But this is not any ordinary Christmas Party.
The Becoming One Community Enrichment and Diversity Center is pleased to be partnering with the Angel Tree Prison Fellowship to host 50 children from parents who are current incarcerated in a celebration of the Christmas spirit.
“We have been involved in this fellowship for a few years now, including during our time in Philadelphia,” explained Reverend Albert Reddick, Co-Founder of the Becoming One Center. “These are children who are seeing the holidays unfold around them, yet many wonder what all the fuss is about. They are without their parents, who are currently incarcerated, so all we try to do is fill a void of love and Christmas Blessings for this children each year.”
To sponsor the child of an incarcerated parent this Christmas, please consider a $40 donation. You can click the Donate button below to show your support!
Angel Tree® is a Prison Fellowship® program that serves incarcerated parents by giving them a pathway to restore and strengthen relationships with their children and families. Every Christmas, Angel Tree mobilizes local churches and organizations to minister to hundreds of thousands of children by delivering a gift, the Gospel message, and a personal message of love on behalf of their mom or dad behind bars. In addition, many of our partner churches meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of prisoners’ families through year-round ministry such as summer camps and mentoring.
The Becoming One Community Center will be hosting their Christmas Program on Friday, December 21st. All our welcome to join us, we only ask that you RSVP your intention to attend by Monday, December 17th.