Saturday, December 13
Each December Cross Pointe hosts guests in need from throughout the surrounding communities as we provide Christmas gifts and a Christmas meal to these families. Our 2014 Christmas Project will be held Saturday, December 13, at Cross Pointe Church.
Public Registration Full
Registration for the general public has filled and online registration is closed. Partners and attenders of Cross Pointe who are in need of Christmas Project assistance may still register on Sunday at one of our campuses--registration material for Partners and attenders only is available at the Guest Services Desk in the lobby at both Sugarloaf and Mill Creek.
Volunteer is still available. Click a button below to begin:
What Is The Christmas Project?
Join us as we connect with our community and give back to those in need in our church and the surrounding area. The goal of The Christmas Project is to actively meet people where they are. Christmas can be a difficult and challenging time for those struggling financially. We want to help families have a great Christmas season regardless of their situation, and to show them the love of Jesus Christ.
What Will We Do at The Christmas Project?
We will be giving toys and gifts to adults and children. Moms and dads will "shop" for toys for their children, and kids will pick out gifts for their parents. We will provide each family with ingredients for a full Christmas dinner, complete with a turkey and all the trimmings. We will also have kid’s activities. Finally, we will build the day's activities around a presentation of the Gospel by Pastor Merritt.
How Can I Help?
You can volunteer to help on one of our teams--many are needed! You can also donate toy items ($10-$20 price range) or purchase toys through the online Toy Store or at our Christmas Project Toy Store in the church lobby (November 16 and 23). You can donate financially, or give $20 gift cards to Target or Wal-Mart. All donations will go to families in need. Donate now...
Donations may be brought to the church lobby beginning October 5, and continuing through December 7, to the Christmas Project display.
Photos from the 2013 Christmas Project