Angel Tree is a program of PrisonFellowship® that serves incarcerated parents by providing a pathway for strengthening and restoring their relationships with their children and families.
Angel Tree allows WSFirst an opportunity to share Christ's love with the families of prisoners. Angel Tree Christmas connects parents in prison with their children through the delivery of Christmas gifts given on the parent’s behalf.
WSFirst Volunteers provide a Christmas party where presents are given to the children with a loving message from the incarcerated parent, and WSFirst also gets a chance to share the greatest gift of all—the Good News of Jesus Christ.
How to get involved:
Volunteers - We are currently looking for volunteers to be a part of the party on the 9th! WSF will host the Angel Tree Party to distribute the gifts that have been purchased by WSF members to the children selected by Prison Fellowship. The party will start at 10am in our FMC Dining Room. We need volunteers to help gather gifts, decorate tables, distribute food, and care for the families who attend. Volunteers will need to be on campus at 8:30am and plan to stay until all the clean up is completed around 12:30. If you are interested in being a part of this annual serving opportunity. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Give a gift - On Sunday, November 12 we will have a Christmas Tree set up in the West Foyer for you to be able to go in, pick up a tag, and get a gift for one of the children. Gifts need to be wrapped and returned to the church with the angel by Sunday, December 3. The Angel Tree Party will be December 9.