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Operation Christmas Child

First Covenant Church hosts youth groups at the church Wednesday to help out with Operation Christmas Child. The church makes boxes filled with Christmas presents for children around the world, who do not expect presents during the holiday. Volun...

Youth group members help make jump ropes out of shirts for Operation Christmas Child boxes Wednesday at First Covenant Church in Willmar. First Covenant Church has volunteers come and pack Christmas present boxes for children around the world who won't receive presents during the holiday. All boxes must be packed and ready to ship by Sunday.
Youth group members help make jump ropes out of shirts for Operation Christmas Child boxes Wednesday at First Covenant Church in Willmar. First Covenant Church has volunteers come and pack Christmas present boxes for children around the world who won't receive presents during the holiday. All boxes must be packed and ready to ship by Sunday.

First Covenant Church hosts youth groups at the church Wednesday to help out with Operation Christmas Child.

The church makes boxes filled with Christmas presents for children around the world, who do not expect presents during the holiday.

Volunteers are welcome to come the church and volunteer 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

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