HOPE AND CONNECTION—IN PRISON AND OUT
Incarceration can strain family ties to the breaking point. By providing Christmas gifts on behalf of incarcerated parents, sending kids to summer camp, hosting sports camps, and other activities, Prison Fellowship Angel Tree allows local congregations to extend the hope of the Gospel to families with loved ones in prison.
In addition, Angel Tree invites and equips congregations to integrate Angel Tree families into church activities year-round, resulting in mutually beneficial relationships that foster growth, support, and encouragement.
We are participating in this program that allows us to buy, wrap and deliver Christmas gifts to children with incarcerated parents. Angel Tree tags will be available on Sunday, November 20th.
A couple of important reminders:
1) Gifts are due back on Sunday, Dec. 11th
2) If you haven’t grabbed a tag yet, check out the tree to find a child on-line.
3) If you took an Angel Tag that wasn’t recorded by the NMI Council, please reach out to Glenda Laney or Lisa Gabbard ASAP.