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February 8, 2007
A herd of milk cows, a flock of sheep, a battalion of "hugging Christian grannies" and enough school supplies to fill a warehouse. These were all part of the final accounting for the Christmas Market at La Cañada Presbyterian Church, an outreach project that raised $102,361 for needy causes around the world and across the Arroyo Seco. "God gets all the credit for this," said the Rev. Jim Milley, associate pastor for outreach and equipping at La Cañada Presbyterian Church. Contributions were up a staggering 76 percent from the previous year's Christmas Market, which meant a number of the church's ministry partners got a much-needed boost.
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December 8, 2005
La Cañada Presbyterian Church will host its annual Christmas Market to benefit organizations that serve the needy both in the Los Angeles area and around the world on Dec. 11. The entire community is welcome. Shoppers will have the opportunity to buy things like sheep, library books, building supplies, health care, scholarships, school supplies and Bibles for those in need in honor of a personal loved ones, family members and friends. For each gift purchased, an envelope and note are given to purchaser to give to a family member or friend, that says a gift (i.e.
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December 4, 2008
Donations will be accepted for charitable causes around the corner and around the world at La Cañada Presbyterian Church’s annual Christmas Market on Dec. 7 and Dec. 14 in the church patio. The community is invited to participate in this life-saving and world-changing endeavor. Participants will have an opportunity to engage in meaningful gift-giving, perhaps arranging for a “hugging Christian granny” to cuddle neglected babies in a Chinese orphanage, purchasing anti-malarial bed nets for children in Uganda, or aiding at-risk teens and homeless families in Pasadena.
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By Bianca P. Gallegos | December 14, 2006
Sometimes the best present a person can give to their loved one is a donation to the needy in their honor. This month, The La Cañada Presbyterian Church is holding its annual Christmas Market. The monetary donation has meant the world to many people. In many cases the money has funded programs that give a sense of direction to youth at risk or offers basic human needs such as food and shelter for hundreds. Donations made to any of the 18 ministries is a 100 percent tax-deductible contribution that is directed to the designated ministries and used for the described purposes.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 14, 2011
La Cañada Presbyterian Church recently partnered with Harambee Ministries to help Northwest Pasadena elementary students create Christmas tree ornaments for use in the church's Christmas missions market. Harambee will hold its Christmas program at 6 o'clock tonight at the Harambee campus, 1609 Navarro Ave., Pasadena. The program is open to the public. The students will sing and perform, and La Cañada Presbyterian Church will deliver gifts to the children. In other La Cañada Presbyterian Church news, a number of services are planned in coming days.
FEATURES
November 29, 2007
Gift ideas for the needy at LCPC The community is invited to visit La Cañada Presbyterian Church Dec. 2 and 9 for a unique holiday shopping experience. The church’s annual Christmas Market presents opportunities to buy special gifts for needy people around the world and around the corner. For $100, hire a “hugging Christian granny” for an entire year in China, enabling her to cuddle neglected infants at an orphanage. A gift of $30 will provide immunization against polio, tuberculosis, hepatitis and other scourges for 10 children in Uganda.
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By Jane Napier Neely | December 22, 2005
The excitement of little ones can hardly be contained as the time draws nigh for Santa Claus's visit. Yes, I'm even running on high octane too -- after all, this is my favorite holiday. The other evening I could hardly believe my ears when I heard the clip-clop of a horse's hooves traveling down my street. I ran to the window and saw the Montrose Shopping Park's bright red trolley and its trusty steed passing by. The trolley was all lit up and it was quite magical as its passengers waved hello.
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December 4, 2008
Donations will be accepted for charitable causes around the corner and around the world at La Cañada Presbyterian Church’s annual Christmas Market on Dec. 7 and Dec. 14 in the church patio. The community is invited to participate in this life-saving and world-changing endeavor. Participants will have an opportunity to engage in meaningful gift-giving, perhaps arranging for a “hugging Christian granny” to cuddle neglected babies in a Chinese orphanage, purchasing anti-malarial bed nets for children in Uganda, or aiding at-risk teens and homeless families in Pasadena.
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FEATURES
February 8, 2007
A herd of milk cows, a flock of sheep, a battalion of "hugging Christian grannies" and enough school supplies to fill a warehouse. These were all part of the final accounting for the Christmas Market at La Cañada Presbyterian Church, an outreach project that raised $102,361 for needy causes around the world and across the Arroyo Seco. "God gets all the credit for this," said the Rev. Jim Milley, associate pastor for outreach and equipping at La Cañada Presbyterian Church. Contributions were up a staggering 76 percent from the previous year's Christmas Market, which meant a number of the church's ministry partners got a much-needed boost.
NEWS
December 8, 2005
La Cañada Presbyterian Church will host its annual Christmas Market to benefit organizations that serve the needy both in the Los Angeles area and around the world on Dec. 11. The entire community is welcome. Shoppers will have the opportunity to buy things like sheep, library books, building supplies, health care, scholarships, school supplies and Bibles for those in need in honor of a personal loved ones, family members and friends. For each gift purchased, an envelope and note are given to purchaser to give to a family member or friend, that says a gift (i.e.
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