The Giving Tree Starts November 28 – In Person and Online
The Giving Tree, a CPC Christmas tradition, is here. A physical tree with ornaments detailing your options is by the Gathering Hall ﬁreplace, and some online giving options are available. Details here.
- Mendota School children and families: Christmas wish list gifts (sign up online to purchase specific gifts)
- Fairhaven School for children with disabilities in Egypt: funds for school fees for students in need
- Urban Mosaic in Mexico City: funds for food security starter kits, water tanks, neighborhood alarms or a youth soccer tournament
- Luke House for men in Madison: winter hats and gloves
Investing in God’s Community
We are called to respond to the many blessings God has given each of us by returning a portion of these blessings to support the work of Jesus in and through our church to the wider community. In the Old Testament of the Bible, King David acknowledges, “But who am I, and what is my people, that we should be able to make this freewill offering? For all things come from you, and of your own have we given you” (1 Chronicles 29:14). Jesus also reminds us to invest what has been given to us in meaningful pursuits by saying “For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also” (Matthew 6:20).
A Legacy of Love, A Generous Life, A Future With Hope!
Three great reasons for us to celebrate, dream, and join together in contributing our unique gifts and our financial resources for all that God is doing in our midst in this coming year.
If CPC is your church home, consider making a financial pledge for the 2022 season, so our church leaders can plan accordingly. You can make your 2022 pledge online; as well as explore how to find your fit with the gifts and talents God has given you.