Christmas Child Boxes

Last night (Friday) a group of us got together to assemble Christmas boxes for Samaritan’s Purse. These boxes will go to children in Third World countries, and will bless them with little things they would not normally have.

We decided that six boxes was a reasonable goal to set, so we divided up the contents and each of the five families attending brought assigned items: toothbrushes, wash clothes, small toys, soap, etc.

One of our four major values is service. Assembling these Christmas Child boxes gave attention to this value, and will be a continuing part of our DNA as a church.

To God be the glory.

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