A Neighborhood Christmas
In 2020, Redemption Church was given the opportunity to minister to our neighbors who were devastated by the Easter Tornado that hit the Ooltewah and Greater Chattanooga area. We partnered with Operation Compassion, other churches and community members to meet the physical needs of those in our area through serving in the community and as a distribution center. One of the hardest hit areas in our community, Auburn Hills Mobile Home Park is still continuing to rebuild in the aftermath of the Easter Tornado.
Through Partnerships with Operation Compassion and Men and Women of Action; on Saturday, December 12th Redemption Point Church will have another opportunity to bless our neighbors in the Auburn Hills Community. We will be providing a drive through Christmas experience for these families. We will provide toys, food and household items for these families. Families in need are currently registering for this event.
How You Can Help
How can you help?
1.) You can help by donating to "A Neighborhood Christmas" you can give online, on campus, or mail in your gift. We are asking families to donate $40 to sponsor Christmas for a child.
2.) You can volunteer to serve in this event, we will need Christmas Elfs to organize gifts the days before, to help distribute gifts the day of, help with transportation and in other areas. You can learn more about volunteering by contacting Pastor Rachel Barker at [email protected] and by completing the form below.
Organizing Elf- Organize Items for Distribution (Friday Only)
Transportation Elf- Ride with our van drivers to help residents load and unload items (Saturday Only)
Loading Elf- Unload items and Load items into vehicles (Friday and Saturday)
Utility Elf- Help wherever needed (Friday and Saturday)
3.) Translators- due to the large Latino population in the Auburn Hills Community we are in need of Spanish translators in multiple areas. If you are bilingual and would be available to help with this event. Please contact Pastor Rachel Barker.