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In the lead up to Christmas, many of us spend time in search of the perfect gift — the gift that communicates to friends and family how much we know and love them.  We scour the stores and shops, hoping to come across the thing that will communicate a depth of love that our words cannot.

As important as gifts to loved ones are, we have an opportunity to give gifts that help many people we do not know through the Christmas Joy Offering.  These gifts in particular draw us back to the manger and God’s perfect gift to us — Jesus Christ.

During this Christmas and Advent Season, we celebrate leadership; past, present and future through support of the Christmas Joy Offering.  We do so because church leaders greatly impact our lives of faith, walking with us down the path to be more like Jesus.  We want those church leaders and their families who find themselves grappling with a critical financial need to have the resources they need which are provided through the Assistance Program of the Board of Pensions.  We also support the offering to help our future leaders in the church and world, like those educated at our Presbyterian-related schools and colleges equipping communities of color.  Supporting these students helps the whole church develop leaders who reflect the wideness of God’s intended diversity. 

For those supported through the Christmas Joy Offering, this help is truly a gift from above.  May our gifts, and the leaders who receive them, point us always to the truth of the one whose birth we celebrate, Jesus Christ — the truly perfect gift.

Please give generously:

●      Through when we receive the Offering on December 16th and 23rd.  Christmas Joy offering envelopes can be found in the pew racks.

●      Text JOY to 20222 to give $10

●      Give online:

To learn more about the Christmas Joy Offering, please visit:

Assistance Program of the Board of Pensions:, click on Plans & Programs

Presbyterian-related racial ethnic schools and colleges:

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