Outreach Adds to Christmas Spirit

Outreach in Fort Worth will include caroling, passing out sack lunches, giving free hugs, and handing out toys.

“Intersection” is an outreach opportunity embodied with the spirit of Christmas.  On December 10, the spiritual development team at Southwestern will take people to downtown Fort Worth for caroling, passing out sack lunches, giving free hugs, and handing out toys.

The group will leave from their regular location, outside of the Chan Shun Centennial Library, on Saturday afternoon.  The exact time of departure has not been announced yet.

You can donate a toy to “intersection” by purchasing a $5 to $10 gift, wrapping it, and labeling it by gender and age.   The toys can be taken to the spiritual development office in Findley Hall on the campus of Southwestern Adventist University.

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