angel tree christmas
a program of Prison Fellowship, reaches out to the children of prisoners and their families with the love of Christ.
When Mom or Dad is in Prison, it is the children who suffer the most. But you can let them know they are not forgotten. You can give the child of a prisoner the joy of Christmas this year. We have opportunities for volunteers. Ask your Angel Tree Christmas coordinator, Martha Burdette, (228) 452-9855 or (228) 234-0863, how you can help and find out how wonderful it feels to “welcome the children” in Jesus’ name. The gifts are bought by Parishioners, supposedly coming from the imprisoned parent, remind the children that they are thought of by Mom or Dad. Thank you for your generosity. –Martha Burdette
2019 Angel Tree Schedule
November 3 and 10
Take an Angel off the Tree. Please register your angel tag on the clipboard with your personal information
November 17, 24, and December 1
Return gifts with Angel tags attached, peel off baking and attach to gift
December 2 1:30 pm at Trinity
Prepare gifts for delivery
December 4—15 : Deliver gifts to families
Our Goal this christmas is 50 families
When mom or dad are in prison, it is the children who suffer the most. But you can let them know they aren't forgotten. You can give a child of a prisoner the joy of christmas this year!
Christmas 2018 Trinity Episcopal church served 18 Families, 41 Children with a Total of 81 Gifts.