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International Christmas Market Shares Available

Thanks to all who worked and those who purchased crafts and shares, as well as the hard-working Mission Work Area team of planners/movers/decorators!  

$133,300 was given for merchandise and shares!  

Shares may be purchased in the Shawver Welcome Center on Sundays and online through the end of the year. 

Shares Brochure     Purchase Shares Online 

Give Hope

The International Christmas Market is a unique shopping experience that provides a different way to remember and honor family and friends during the Christmas season. Your dollars spent at this Market GIVE HOPE and a chance at a better way of life for people in communities around the world. Every dollar spent at the Market will go outside this church to assist others as they work to provide clothing, shelter, food, and education for themselves and their families. None of the money raised stays within the budget or operating funds of First United Methodist Church Richardson. 

Market Merchandise Sources

  • Serrv
  • Ten Thousand Villages
  • Batwa Baskets
  • Mission Work Area Bean Soup & Chili Mixes
  • Equal Exchange Coffee & Chocolate
  • Haiti Crafts
  • Marfa Ministry
  • Nets for Ghana
  • Outreach Uganda
  • Threads of Hope

Vietnam, Haiti, Russia, Eqypt, Israel,
Latin America, many African countries,
India, Indonesia, Bangladesh and more

Shares of Non-Profits

  • Ark House
  • Body & Soul
  • Clean Water/Water Wells
  • Haiti Rebuilding
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Heifer Project International
  • Health Women Healthy Liberia
  • Read with Me
  • Stovebuilders of Guatemala
  • Skuinskloof Primary School, South Africa
  • Youth Missions Projects

Gift cards will be available to give to recipients.

Getting There

Entrance to FUMCR's Bartula Family Life Center will be through the doors on the west (Custer Road) side of the building.

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International Christmas Market 2015 BROCHURE

International Christmas Market 2014 PICTURES

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