Northern NJ church ladies who make pierogies to raise money
Good evening everyone. I know that there are many churches who do this at certain times of the year. However, I read an article on a Northern NJ church where some of the ladies make pierogies and the church sells them. I think they do it year-round. The chuch was in Clifton, I think. Maybe somewhere else.
Does anyone remember the story or know the church? Thank you in advance.
Ela, I'm pretty sure the church you are looking for is the
Ukrainian Orthodox Holy Ascension Church
655 Broad St
Clifton , NJ 07013
I've passed it a number of times and they always have the sign out for the pierogies. I think it's one day a week that you can pick them up. Give them a call to find out.
Hope that helps you out.
I don't know about that church, but there is a church on Maple Ave. in South Plainfield that has a pierogies for sale sign, "just call or ask sign" that I always find interesting.
I've had homemade pierogies from women from eastern Europe, but for my time, money, and GI safety I'd rather go to Clydz's for their happy hour deal on them.
LOL. I know it's pretty common for some churches to do this seasonally, a few times a year, etc. I've even seen some churches host a pierogi dinner and/or something of the like.
This church does it year round and apparently they are incredible. It raises good money for the church and these ladies are passionate about their pierogies.
Your welcome Ela. If you do get some please post about it as I've thought about ordering some and I'd like to hear what you think about them.