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Happenings at St. Paul's (Continued):

Christmas Cookie Sale:

The Women of St. Paul's and Stewardship and Mission Committee are planning a HOME BAKED CHRISTMAS COOKIE SALE for Sunday, December 9 in the parlor. This is in conjunction with the Children's Christmas Program.

If you bake any type of cookie for Christmas or any other time, please sign up in the narthex and help us plan a fantastic Cookie Sale!!!
           
Prices will be $4.00 per dozen and 50 cents per cookie for specialty cookies. Proceeds will benefit the church's current project.
           
Baked cookies can be brought to the church on Saturday, December 8th from 4 – 6 PM. For questions or more information please call the church office.
           
We hope everyone can help to bake or just come out for the Children's Program and purchase some cookies.

2018 Angel Giving Tree:

This year our Angel Tree gifts will benefit children in the Northampton School District, within our St. Paul’s family, and individuals and families being served by Sixth Street Shelter in Allentown. 

For the names on our Angel Tree which is located in the parlor, we ask that you select an angel from the tree.  Take your selected angel to the attendant where you will register and be given a gift wish/suggestion list for that child.  Wrapped gifts must be returned by Sunday, December 16th, the same day as the Senior Choir Cantata.  Gifts should be placed under the Christmas tree in the parlor. 

As an additional means of giving this season, we are collecting the following items for Sixth Street Shelter in Allentown:

* children’s water proof gloves;
* boys’ and girls’ navy blue or white stockings (for school);
* underwear for children, women and men of all sizes. 

All items must be new and in original packaging.  These items may be placed in the bin or box near the Angel Tree in the parlor.  Monetary donations may also be made in lieu of a gift noting ‘Sixth Street Shelter’ in the memo.  The mission of Sixth Street Shelter is:

HELPING PEOPLE HELP THEMSELVES
At the Sixth Street Shelter, we intervene in the crises in the lives of more than100 homeless families per year, showing genuine love to more than 200 childrenwho need all the love they can get. Our love extends to their parents, too, as wedo all we can to guide them to a more stable life in which good decisions are
made, their ability to pay their bills is improved and they can get on with thelives folks like us take for granted.

Please contact the church office with any questions.

 

 

 

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