Collecting Shoeboxes Complete!!!

[UPDATE] We successfully donated over 140 shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child this year! We were able to take part in sharing the good news of the Gospel and blessing many children around the world with a Christmas gift, in Jesus’ name.

What is Operation Christmas Child?

If you have never participated in Operation Christmas Child, it is a simple mission project that anyone can do. We prepare gifts for children, place them in a shoe box, and then they are delivered to impoverished children around the world in Jesus' name. The shoeboxes are used as evangelistic tools by missionaries and pastors. Over sixty one million children in 130 nations have received gifts since the ministry was started in 1993. The mission of Operation Christmas Child is to demonstrate God's love in a tangible way to needy children around the world. Together with the local church worldwide, we aim to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.  


Serve in the Shoebox Warehouse

Looking to serve beyond packing shoeboxes? What about handling the boxes at an Operation Christmas Child processing center? We have 20 spots set aside at the Fullerton Processing Center, on Monday, November 28, from 7-10p. At the processing center, volunteers get to be a part of carefully inspecting the shoebox gifts. It’s the last stop before international shipment! Volunteers must be 13 years old to serve. 

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