Spirit of Christmas Dinner

T he Granville United Methodist Church & Bethel Peniel Presbyterian Church will hold the “Spirit of Christmas” Mission Fair & Sale on Saturday, Nov. 6 from 9 a.m. to 1 pm. at the United Methodist Church, located on Church St.

The Mission Fair is an opportunity for you to make a difference in the world with your Christmas gift giving.  You will be able to shop for alternative Christmas gifts from all over the world – and the gifts will help people in need make a better life for themselves.

The Mission Fair will include gifts from SERRV – handcrafted gifts from around the world; Heifer Project International – farm animals to assist families in need; and Fair Trade Products – coffee & tea proceeds go to the farmers directly.  In addition, our local Girl Scouts will be holding a bake sale to raise money to help local families in need during the Christmas season.

So start your Christmas shopping early – and give a gift that will make a difference to the world.

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