Advent Mission Market and Giving Tree

Giving Tree – Select items on-line for the Bucks County Housing Group, CSSH (Code Blue), and Lenape Valley Foundation – CLICK HERE to see the list of items and to sign up! Please returned UNWRAPPED items which are clearly marked with the name and location to the Andrews Hall Lobby no later than December 6 or to the Mission Market on Sundays, November 28 and December 5.

Advent Mission Market – The Mission Market will be in person in the Celtic Cross Room on Sundays, November 28, December 5, and 12, immediately following the worship.  On December 5, it will also be available at the Advent Workshop.  This year products will be available from:

Americans for Native Americans – One of ANA’s programs is working with schools on the Navajo Reservation. A list of books to purchase for Lake Valley Community School in Crownpoint, NM will be available as well as angel and Santa ornamentsTo learn more:

BARC Developmental Services serves and advocates for people with intellectual disabilities and autism.  Christmas cards and note cards will be available.  To learn more:

Coalition to Support and Shelter the Homeless (CSSH / Code Blue) – In preparation for the upcoming Code Blue season, some items are available through the Giving Tree.  The Mission Market will provide an opportunity to learn how you can be involved during the next five months and sign up to help when the shelter is at DPC in February.  To learn more:

Equal Exchange builds long-term trade partnerships that are economically just and environmentally sound.  Coffee, tea, hot cocoa, chocolate, and olive oil will be available.  To learn more:

Feed My Starving Children strives to eliminate starvation in children throughout the world.  T-shirts and wrist bands and a few additional products will be available.  To learn more:

Good Reasons Dog Treats is a not-for-profit company which creates all-natural dog treats, while providing employment opportunities to people with autism and other developmental disabilities.  A variety of dog treats will be available.  To learn more:

Spring Rolls sales benefit orphanages in Vietnam through the Pearl S. Buck Foundation. Spring rolls can be ordered through Sign Up Genius. Checks should be made payable to Margaret Moore and sent to the church office by November 20.  Some spring rolls and Christmas ornaments will also be available at the Mission Market.  To learn more:

Women’s Bean Project’s mission is to change women’s lives by providing stepping stones to self-sufficiency through social enterprise.  Soups, mixes, and snacks will be available.  To learn more:

Women’s Recovery Community Center is a safe, structured living environment for women seeking to establish a foundation of recovery. A variety of ways to help the women at the center will be available. To learn more: