Join with StoneBridge Church this Christmas as we partner with ministries that make a difference in our community and around the world. We are Giving Away Christmas with three specific projects: Hope’s Path, Food Pantry Christmas Angels and the Latvian Teachers’ Conference. Each project provides opportunities for you and your family to Come, Connect and Make a Difference in the lives of foster children, families in need in Montgomery County and teachers and children clamoring for God’s Word in Riga, Latvia.
Hope’s Path is a Christ-based program with the goal of helping young men you no longer qualify for foster care but are not ready for successful independent living. Hope’s Path works with these young men to develop and implement a life-plan.
You can support this ministry in a number of ways: be a mentor, help teach life skills workshop or class, help with transportation, help with the organization and maintenance of the home or be a part of our prayer team. Or, you can support this project financially by clicking on GIVE on our web page menu, selecting MISSIONS and then selecting HOPE’S PATH on the pull-down menu. Or, you can purchase items needed by Hope’s Path from its registry at Target.com. When prompted, enter “Hope’s Path” under “search by other information”.
The Hope’s Path home is located in Spring, TX on Plum Creek Drive. For more details, contact Brian Dunn at email@example.com.
Food Pantry Christmas Angels, a project of the StoneBridge Church Food Pantry, supports families in need during the Christmas season. How can you make a difference? When you donate $50, you provide joy to a child; another $25 supports their parents.
We have 41 children waiting to be sponsored and another 81 on our waiting list. Stop by our table in the lobby this Sunday to adopt your Food Pantry Christmas Angel. Or, you may give by going online by clicking the GIVE option on the web site, selecting FOOD PANTRY and choosing FOOD PANTRY from the pull down menu.
The Latvian Teachers’ Conference serves teachers, students and the parents of those students through workshops and instruction to bring God into the classroom and, by association, the homes of families suffering persecution and displacement because of their Christian faith.
Part of their task is to distribute Bibles along with the instruction of using the Bible as the basis of classroom instruction. In Latvia, the government supports teaching from the Bible. Your generous support places Bibles in the hands of these teachers!
Our team of volunteers will leave for Latvia to attend the January conference on January 14th. Stop by the table in the church lobby throughout the Christmas season to learn more on how you can make a difference!