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Christmas Wreath Making

In a heartwarming display of community spirit, Reigate Park Church hosted a Wreath Making Workshop on December 2nd that not only ignited the festive season with creativity but also made a meaningful impact on two vital causes: Alzheimer's and Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders).


Crafting for a Cause:

The workshop invited participants to immerse themselves in the art of wreath-making. Whether they were seasoned crafters or trying their hand at this festive tradition for the first time, attendees were guided by experienced instructors. The result? Beautiful, unique Christmas wreaths that now adorn doors with a touch of individuality.


Supporting Charities that Matter:

What made this event truly special was its dual purpose. The money raised went directly to supporting the selected Christmas charities: Alzheimer's and Médecins Sans Frontières. This gesture allowed participants not only to take home a symbol of their creativity but also to contribute to ongoing research, caregiving, and support services for those affected by Alzheimer's, as well as to aid Médecins Sans Frontières in delivering essential medical care worldwide.


A Festive Atmosphere of Giving:

The atmosphere during the workshop was festive and filled with the spirit of giving. Friends and families came together to craft and create, sharing laughter and joy as they worked on their wreaths. The event proved to be more than just a crafting experience; it was a chance for the community to join hands and make a positive impact during the holiday season.


A Memorable and Heartwarming Experience:

The success of the Reigate Park Church Wreath Making Workshop lies not just in the beautifully crafted wreaths now gracing the community's doors but in the shared sense of accomplishment and goodwill. It was a morning that celebrated creativity, generosity, and the true meaning of the holiday season.


As the wreaths now serve as symbols of both artistic expression and charitable giving, the event stands as a testament to the power of community coming together for a common cause.



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