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The St. Nick Project
 December 16, 2018 01:00pm

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The St. Nick Project is a service project of our youth ministry where we assemble care packages and deliver them to the homeless on the evening of Dec 22, just as St. Nick was believed to have delivered gifts to the poor. The St. Nick Project motto: "To those whom God loves, from those who love God."
 
The purpose of the Project is to show those who are recognized as a problem––the homeless and the destitute in Hawaii––that there are people who care about them deeply as God’s children who have been beautifully and wonderfully made.
 
HELP BY DONATING THESE ITEMS FOR THE CARE PACKAGES:

  • Travel packs of wet wipes
  • Travel packs of sunscreen
  • Canned tuna
  • Apple sauce, pudding cups, or fruit cups
  • Raisins/dried fruits
  • Chewy granola bars Chips (single-serve bags)
  • Individually bagged candies

 
Younger keiki can be part of the St. Nick Project too. You and your child could donate a wrapped gender-neutral toy that could be included in the care packages. Drop off your gift at First Prez’s Children’s Ministry no later than Dec 16. For more info, go to youthfpchawaii.org/stnick
 
SCHEDULE OF THE ST. NICK PROJECT

  • Dec 16, Sun, 9:30 AM-12:30 PM = card-writing and toiletry-bag packing
  • Dec 21, Friday, 5 PM-9 PM = prayer and worship, sandwich-making, towel prep, and sock prep
  • Dec 22, Saturday, 4 PM- approximately midnight = final package preps, prayer time, delivery of care packages to homeless communities 

 
We also need to borrow trucks! If you have a truck and are willing to drive us from about 9PM-midnight on Sat, Dec 22, we would greatly appreciate it. Email us at youth@fpchawaii.org, if you can help.
 
Thank you!

 



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