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Give an Alternative Gift this Christmas

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While we know that Christmas shopping seems to start earlier and earlier every year, November is the perfect time to cross a few people off your list with an alternative gift during the Christmas Missions Market.

Start your shopping by visiting the Missions Market webpage where you can browse the organizations being supported and find more information about their impact in the communities they serve. Organizations include:

  • Alpha Center
  • Banderas Bay Women’s Shelter
  • CompassioNET Impact
  • Finally Home Foundation
  • Freedom Fellowship
  • Habitat for Humanity Fort Collins
  • Jesucristo es Mi Casa
  • Royal Family KIDS, Inc.
  • SERVE 6.8 Resource Center
  • Sarah Miles – Timberline Ambassador to Uganda

On the website, you will also find the lists of needed items. Items range in price from $5 to $500 so there is something for everyone on your list. When you are done shopping, you can then click on the donation link and be taken to an easy form to make an online payment.

During the weekend services, there will also be a table in the mall with some of the items and more information about the various ministries being supported.

Christmas Missions Market Is Coming

christmas-giftsIf the merchandise available at local stores is any indication, November is not too early to start shopping for Christmas gifts. Once again, the Christmas Missions Market will be available in the Timberline Church mall during the weekends of November 8/9, 15/16, and 22/23 to help you find an alternative Christmas gift for your loved ones. Cards will be provided to send to your loved ones telling them about the donation that has been made in their names as you share the true meaning of Christmas.

Ministries being supported this year:

  • A Place For Grace (a solution-focused employment program to empower women)
  • Adopt-a-Family / The Bridge (providing Christmas gifts for families in need)
  • Alpha Center (Fort Collins crisis pregnancy center)
  • Banderas Bay Women’s Shelter (San Pedro, Mexico)
  • CompassioNet Impact (Puerto Vallarta, Mexico)
  • Enlace (Timberline missionary partner in El Salvador)
  • Finally Home Foundation (support for foster and adoptive parents)
  • Jesucristo es Mi Casa (Timberline missionary partner in Guatemala)
  • Murphy Center for Hope (support for homeless or near homeless in Fort Collins)
  • Uganda / Sarah Miles (Timberline Ambassador)

Christmas Missions Market Offers One-Of-A-Kind Gifts


Have you started thinking about Christmas shopping yet? Don’t pass up the opportunity to give a unique gift in honor of the special person on your list who already has everything they need.

Stop by the Christmas Missions Market in the mall at Timberline Church this weekend or next and buy an alternative gift for your loved ones. Donation amounts range from $5 to $400 and pay for everything from diapers to eco-stoves, building materials to Bible study materials, and hot meals to trees. In exchange, you will receive a card to send to your loved ones telling them about the donation that has been made in their name as you share the true meaning of Christmas.

Ministries being supported this year include:

  • Adopt-a-Family/The Bridge
  • Alpha Center
  • Building Hope
  • CompassioNet Impact
  • Enlace
  • Finally Home
  • Freedom Fellowship
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Jesucristo Es Mi Casa
  • Katia’s House
  • Murphy Center for Hope
  • Sarah Miles in Uganda
  • SERVE 6.8 Disaster Relief

The next two weekends are also the time to bring new or gently used shoes or sleeping bags to the mall to be donated to Homeless Gear.

Christmas Missions Market

Do you struggle with getting Christmas gifts for relatives or friends who don’t really need anything? Consider honoring them by donating money in their name to help people who do need things like food, clothing, and housing.

This weekend, November 10th and 11th, the annual Christmas Missions Market will be hosted in the Timberline Church mall area with volunteers present to answer questions and provide information about different ministries. Suggested gift items on the bulletin insert range from $5 to $500 so everyone can find something to meet their budget. For each donation made, a card will be provided to notify friends and family what has been donated in their name.

Represented in the mall this weekend:

  • Adopt-a-Family/The Bridge
  • Alpha Center
  • Asian Hope
  • Building Hope
  • CompassionNet Impact
  • Freedom Fellowship
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Homelessness Prevention Initiative
  • Katia’s House
  • Sarah Miles/Uganda

Also featured this weekend will be Timberline Café gift baskets, Living Water, and the Community Shoe Drive.

Please stop by the Missions Market in the mall and get a jump start on your Christmas shopping while making a difference in the world.