It’s time to serve Angel Tree children for Christmas. Please join us to be the hands and feet of Jesus, helping incarcerated parents connect with their children this Christmas. Gifts shared through Angel Tree lead to improved relationships between incarcerated parents and their children. And the joy that results when children wake up on Christmas to see that their mom or dad in prison has not forgotten them is simply priceless. Since prison visits have been prohibited for more than six months, this Christmas it is more important than ever to keep families connected through Angel Tree.

That’s why we serve Angel Tree kids! We will have the Angel Tree set up in the back of the church on Sunday, November 15th. This is a little bit earlier than usual to give you more time to buy the presents and for us to deliver them, regardless of any COVID-19-related restrictions at Christmastime. We would like all the gifts returned to the church by Sunday, December 6th.

If you attend the Sunday services, you may choose an angel gift card from the tree. (Please sign your name to the lists provided, so if we are missing a present to deliver, we’ll know who to contact.) If you prefer to be home at this time, you may call the church office and Sandi will check the lists for you and let you know which angels are still on the tree. You may also email using the contact form here.

If going out to buy a gift is not something you would like to do this year, consider making a donation and we will make sure all the kids are provided with gifts.

You may buy a gift or provide a gift card. Most all the families have more than one child and we ask that you only spend $20 – $25 per gift to make sure no one feels left out. The cards on the tree provide the child’s first name, gender, age and the desired gift the parent would like to give.