Missions Christmas Virtual
Shopping Event

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Please join us as we seek to live our Matthew 25:40 and help others this Christmas season in the most pleasant way possible...by shopping!

Section 1 below lists ministries you may either donate/shop online for Christmas OR visit our in-person FPC shop on December 1, 8, 15 by contacting the office or Rev. Joyce. The 2nd section lists ministries you can support by online shopping or donating directly by clicking on the logos or link provided. There are items to purchase as gifts from these ministries as well as opportunities to simply donate (or donate in someone's name as a gift). This site will remain active December 1-15, 2021.

Shop In-Person at FPC (december 1, 8, 15) or Online
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There are three ways to support Still Waters Family Ministries as they seek to give a hand up and way forward for struggling families.
1. Shop in person at FPC on Dec 1, 8, 15 from 9-5. Contact the Church Office or Rev. Joyce for an appointment.
2. Shop virtually by face-timing Rev. Joyce (appointment only). She will set aside your purchases for delivery or pick-up.
3. Shop online by visiting https://www.still-waters-psalm23.com. (you may also click the logo to your left) Email or call the church office or Rev. Joyce will the items you have chosen and she will set up pick-up/delivery with you. 

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Doors of Hope Murfreesboro seeks to empower women to break the cycle of addiction, homelessness, and incarceration through education, intervention, mentoring and case-management in a safe and supportive recovery-based environment. You may shop for gifts that support this ministry by visiting Rev. Joyce's in person shop at FPC on Dec. 1, 8, or 15 OR donate directly to their ministry by visiting: https://www.opendoorsofhope.org/

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The Coalition for Appalachian Ministry (CAM) Mission: to make a positive impact wherever Reformed tradition and Appalachian culture come together by networking with church and community to provide educational and service opportunities. For more information on the ministry, visit: https://www.appalachianministry.org. To shop, either visit Rev. Joyce's in office store on Dec. 1, 8 or 15 OR visit https://www.camcabincrafts.com/crafts

Shop Online Only
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Thistle Farms is a nonprofit, based in Nashville, TN, dedicated to helping women survivors recover and heal from trafficking, prostitution, and addiction. We provide a safe place to live, a meaningful job, and a lifelong sisterhood of support because we believe love is the most powerful force in the world. Enjoy lovely gifts for body care while enjoying a 10% discount! 

https://thistlefarms.org/discount/MurfreesboroFirstPres

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10,000 Villages is a Fair-Trade Mission which believes that each community in the world represents a unique, distinctive group of people. Multiply that idea by ten thousand and it represents the large, diverse community of artisans that comprises Ten Thousand Villages. We seek to provide economic security worldwide to needs families. Shop online at 

www.tenthousandvillages.com/nashville

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Buy Coffee. Support Youth Ministry! 
https://www.41change.com/coffee
Vida Joven (Young Life Nicaragua) began with the purpose of helping youth accept Jesus Christ as the enter of their lives, believing that this would help them become transformed people capable of valuing themselves and their neighbor, of not only surviving, but growing and developing in difficult circumstances, and helping others to do the same. Plus - the coffee is amazing!

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Engaging followers of Christ for his work in the world. One ministry in our organization is the Home of Hope in Beirut is a long-term shelter (in a former elder care home) which currently serves 24 children, between the ages of 7 and 18, who have been exposed to abuse by their primary caregivers or community and are at risk. The children are brought to Home of Hope upon a judicial order and with a protection file. Although most are not Christians, they are lovingly cared for in Christ’s name and given academic support, counseling, and, for the older children, vocational training. Visit https://www.theoutreachfoundation.org/alternative-christmas-gifts-2021