Christmas for Christ

Video Link :  Because You Give

Christmas for Christ

Offering Campaign

Christmas for Christ is an annual offering received during the Christmas season that supports church planters who are working to establish new churches in un-evangelized areas in North America.  Since 1966, Christmas for Christ has raised over 91 million dollars to promote, train, and support missionaries.  This year our goal is to raise $5 million dollars. Here's how it works:

• Each church should set a special day to receive a Christmas for Christ offering.  The official date is December 23, 2018, but this can be altered according to the local need.

• Every pastor should promote this to their congregation at least three weeks before the offering date. One of the most effective ways is to show the Christmas for Christ stories. These videos, and many more resources can be found at www.christmasforchrist.faith.

• When the offering is collected in the local church, pastors send the funds to the district office.  Forty percent stays in the district and is used for promotions, funding, and allocations to local church planters. Sixty percent is given to support church planters all across North America.

Video Link :  Because You Give

Resources

CFC Logo
Because You Give HD 1080p
Because You Give HD 720p
A Christmas for Christ Story HD 1080p
A Christmas for Christ Story HD 720p
CFC Logo Package
Bulletin Insert 01
Bulletin Insert 02

Church & Ministry Locator

The UPCI has thousands of churches across the United States and Canada. This Church and Ministry Locator will assist you in finding a local congregation as well as Bible colleges, campgrounds, and district offices.

The UPCI reserves all rights to the information on this site.

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