It’s the most wonderful time of the year as we celebrate the birth of our Savior, Jesus! Christmas is a season of love and miracles, and the perfect time to demonstrate generosity. Let’s unite to take the story of Christmas—the story of love, hope, and redemption—to our neighbors, community, and the world! We want to do three things between now and the end of the year:
Give of our financial resources to enrich the lives of others
Invite someone who is not connected to a Bible-believing church to attend Thomas Road‘s Virginia Christmas Spectacular, and/or our Christmas Eve service and then, join us for a Worship service in New Year.
Go make a difference by volunteering here at church and by intentionally serving someone in your neighborhood.
Gather your family, friends, and/or Life Group and put our faith into action! Take a look over this packet, choose how you’ll Give, Invite, and Go. Share your experience with us at trbc.org/christmas. Don’t forget to tag us on social media and add #trchristmas to your posts. We can’t wait to see what God is going to do this Christmas season.
The Christmas season involves so many great traditions: decorations, celebrations, and gift giving. Give yourself a gift this Christmas by taking time out to reflect on the awe and wonder that this season brings. It all began that first Christmas, when Jesus came to offer us hope for the future. Let’s celebrate the greatest gift ever, together, at Thomas Road.
We would love to see you at one of our services on December 24 at 3:00 pm or 5:00 pm.
Gift Cards | We are expanding our outreach to help bring Christmas cheer to as many as possible:
•Middle & High School brothers and sisters of the younger adopted angels who attend our Christmas party
•Shut-in’s and Widows from our ministry
• Refugee families
Donate $25 – $50 Visa/Master Cards to help bless many this Christmas season. Drop your cards off at the donation bin in the lobby.
From now till the end of the year, we challenge you to make an impact by volunteering somewhere in our ministry during the month of December. And, we encourage you to get to know your neighbors this holiday season. Ask the Lord for opportunities to bless and encourage someone.
Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others.
Who is new to your neighborhood? Who may be suffering from an illness or needs your help with a project around the house? Simple and thoughtful gestures can have a big impact. Don’t forget to share your stories with us using the form below and use the #trchristmas on social media.