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Caring & Sharing 2019

2023 Christmas Caring & Sharing Launches The Reign of Christ | November 26, 2023

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We are privileged once again to be able to bring hope to so many through the annual Caring & Sharing ministry.  This a long-standing tradition at Christ Church going back generations.  Each year it grows and changes as we adapt to current circumstances.  We work in partnership with local ministries/agencies and support those within our orbit at Christ Church.


The last couple of years approximately $10,000 has flowed through this ministry.  The needs of our community have never been greater ~ basic needs of shelter, food and clothing have grown even more scarce.  It can often feel that the need exceed our capacity, but with God’s good grace, working through us, we have been able to meet the needs time and time again.  It is always a blessing to see so many people take part in this ministry initiative.


  • Buy a gift(s) and/or cards - Take an ornament with gift suggestions included from the Caring and Sharing Tree.

    • Bring the wrapped gift(s) with the original tag to the church before 10:00 am Sunday, December 17.

  • Make a financial contribution and we will do the shopping for you.  Please mark your contributions as “Caring & Sharing”

    • Place in the Sunday offering

    • e-Transfer to:

      • No password required

      • Indicate Caring & Sharing in the notes

      • If you believe we may not have your address, please include that too!

    • Donate via CanadaHelps to Christ Church Brampton

    • Donations are tax receiptable & will be included in our 2023 tax processing early in the year

  • Shop for gifts.

  • Drive to deliver on Sunday, December 17

  • Show Up to be a packer/wrapper Sunday, December 17 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.

    • Help to coordinate and package each family’s gifts with care.


Whatever your talents they are greatly needed and appreciated. Thank you in advance for your prayers and participation. May our blessings overflow.   For further information please contact: Jean Jamieson at:  416-457-5686 /

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