Alternative Christmas Gift Market 2020

Make a Difference this Season

With the Alternative Christmas Gift Market at First Presbyterian Church of Murray, Kentucky.

Since its inception in 2003, the Alternative Christmas Gift Market has become a beloved tradition for members of First Presbyterian Church of Murray. Simply put, it helps us remember the true meaning of the Christmas Season. Sponsored by our Outreach Committee, this annual opportunity to give an “alternativegift that benefits God’s world and His children has become a favorite way to shop for friends and relatives who already seem to have everything. Alternative gifts may be given in honor of or in memory of a loved one and offer a unique way to give a meaningful gift that gives twice.

Our 2020 ACGM Catalog describes each of the gift opportunities available for your consideration.  Simply select your favorite choices, fill out your 2020 ACGM Order Form, and mail the completed form and your check to First Presbyterian Church. You may also opt to pay online.

You will be given a lovely gift card that was created by Brenda Marquardt, a former member of FPC Murray, to send to your gift recipient.  This gift announcement card will let your friends, neighbors, teachers, or loved ones know that you have donated to a charity in their honor (or in memory of someone they love).

Please make your check payable to “First Presbyterian Church”.  Contributions to each particular charity will be added together and sent to the charity as one large amount.  Your donation will be recorded on your Quarterly Statement from the church.

Please review this catalog to find the gifts of healing and hope that speak most to you.  Giving to others less fortunate is an integral part of Christianity. As believers, we strive to be imitators of God and give to others as He has given to us. God has so richly blessed each of us.  Let us give Him thanks by generously sharing our resources.

Thank you for supporting our Alternative Christmas Gift Market!

Sincerely, your FPC Outreach Committee