11 2011

Hope for New York: His Toy Store

Hope for New York created His Toy Store in 1995 to provide toys to families in need during the Christmas season. HFNY partners with host churches to set up and run several “toy stores” in low-income neighborhoods. Churches invite families to shop for toys at these stores—at no cost. Last year, HFNY mobilized over 350 volunteers to collect and distribute nearly 3,000 toys to over 750 families! Through this program families are able to provide gifts for their children and also make a lasting connection to a local church.
 
We need your help and contribution to make this amazing Christmas ministry possible! There are many ways to get involved. Donate a new toy, give financially to the Toy Campaign or volunteer to collect toys and run a toy store. Please visit  www.hfny.org for more information.
 
Hope for New York will be collecting toys every Sunday in November and on December 4 after ALL Redeemer services. Bring your new toy and visit our Christmas table!



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Articles in this Issue

November is Nomination Month for Elders, Deacons and Deaconesses
 
Catalyst: Activating People for Ministry
Abe Cho
 
Hope for New York: His Toy Store
 
CCM: Two Years of Answering Questions
Michael Keller
 
Baptizing the Imagination
Alison Lytton
 
Launching the Jesus Storybook Bible Curriculum
Tracy Thornton
 
A Global Movement: International Intensive and Open House
 
Youth Group Mission Trip to Uganda
Casey Smithand David Plant