The Angel Tree Mission is a FPC Christmas tradition of, which is a program of Prison Fellowship that reaches out to the children of local inmates and their families with the love of Christ. Each year we hang “Angels” on small Christmas trees located in the Tower Room and FLC. Each “Angel” represents a gift and an act of love. We usually share the Good News of Jesus Christ with around 100 children, 200 gifts and around 50 families.

This holiday season, First Presbyterian Church is participating in Angel Tree to remind the local children of prisoners we support each year that they are loved and not forgotten, not only by their incarcerated parents, but also by their Heavenly Father. Please visit one of our two Angel Trees in the FLC lobby and the Tower Room to choose a child. Purchase a gift (not over $25) and bring it wrapped to the church by December 17. Thank you for your generosity this Christmas season!

Visit Angel Tree's website.