December’s Missions of the Month offer you a chance to give more than just a regular present. In the month of December, we have alternative Giving Opportunities
Looking for the perfect gift for the person who seems to have everything? Consider a mission-based gift! Honor [them] by “purchasing” gifts of animals (all sizes and price ranges) for families in need around the world. The families also receive training about their animals so that they can become self-reliant. Stop by the Missions table in Joplin Hall Sundays in December. Read more about Heifer International and the impact of your past contributions.
CHRISTMAS GIVING TREE:
The Christmas Giving Tree mission helps parents and children in need celebrate Christmas. This mission starts on November 12th through December 3rd. Gifts are due at the church on Dec. 10th and 11th. This year St. Peter’s Episcopal Church will host the reception for families to pick up their gifts on the evening of Tuesday, Dec. 12. Read more about the Christmas Giving Tree and how you can participate.
GINGERBREAD FOR HUMANITY:
Be part of a fun, sugar-infused tradition as Trinity Presbyterian Church of McKinney hosts the eleventh annual Gingerbread for Humanity event, a popular, growing event, which combines great fun with the opportunity to make a positive difference in your community. This year the event takes place on December 9th from 10 am to 2 pm. Read more about Gingerbread for Humanity and how you can participate.