Join with StoneBridge Church this Christmas as we partner with ministries that make a difference in our community and around the world. Each project provides opportunities for you and your family to Come, Connect and Make a Difference in the lives of children and families in need.
Every year, Back 2 Basics hosts Christmas parties throughout December bringing the joy of Christ to over 1,500 kids in our local foster care system. StoneBridge will be partnering with Back 2 Basics to host one of these parties at our Youth Building. Here are the different ways you can participate with us:
- Attend a party – If you’d like to attend the party, you will need to complete a short background check and read through a short document about some basic guidelines for working with children in foster care. Please email email@example.com to sign up and get specifics on the day and time.
- Bring Food – A party is only as good as the food! If you’d like to bring a disposable tray of sweet or salty treats, please click here to signup. You can simply drop your tray at StoneBridge before the date of the party.
- Donate Funds – At the party, the goal is to provide each child with a duffle bag filled with a Bible, personal hygiene items, candy, and some small toys. Every $25 given helps cover the cost of a duffle bag and every $50 given helps cover the cost of a bag filled with items. Click here to make a donation and please select ‘Back 2 Basics Christmas’ as a subcategory under missions from the online giving portal of our webpage
Shop the Target Registry and help fill a shipping container with needed suplies for the orphans at the Tree of Life Children’s Village in Zambia.
Stop by the Lobby table for more information or click the button below to go directly to the Tree of Life Target Registry.
We are thrilled to announce ALL the children have been sponsored!
Donations for family gift cards to cover other needs that arise will continue to be accepted. Thank you for the generous donations and helping to make this holiday special for our clients’ children.