DECEMBER 3-4, 2016

Put Gifts of Justice and Joy On Your Shopping List

  • Saturday, December 3 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Sunday, December 4 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

In addition to the hand-crafted items, shoppers can choose charitable projects and Fair Trade items as gifts to honor and delight their friends and families.

Hand-Crafted Gifts Double Your Giving
Double your giving with hand-crafted items created by local artists and the St. Barnabas community. All of the proceeds from the sale of these items go to the charitable projects supported by JustGifts Market. This means the money you spend on a hat, necklace or painting for a loved one goes to support one of ten humanitarian projects. These include microloans for women, farm animals to help people become self-sufficient, sanitation efforts, restored eyesight through cataract surgery, health ministries around the world, and more.

Charitable Gifts are Tax-Deductible
Last year one woman surprised a young couple with a charitable gift of a goat purchased from JustGifts Market. They were thrilled when they opened their card to find that a family in need was receiving a gift that would help them become self-sufficient. In addition to delighting her friends and helping a struggling family, this charitable gift was tax-deductible.

Free Trade Items Support Charities, Too
An array of Free Trade items from Ten Thousand Villages will also be available. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of these items goes to support the market’s charitable projects.

Don't Forget the Lefse!
Several St. Barnabas members have eagerly stepped up this year to offer a Scandinavian treat for shoppers to enjoy through the holidays. Fresh-made lefse will be available for sale.




WORSHIP: Sunday, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM • Saturday, 5:00 PM