Event offers opportunity to shop for one-of-a-kind Christmas Gifts while supporting China’s Underground Congregations

Red Bank, NJ – Red Bank Community Church today announced that it will hold a fashion show of handmade clothing created by its Wednesday afternoon knitting circle on Saturday, December 10 at 7:00 PM.

Daphne Jackel, Amber Hesse and Nastya Coyne wearing handmade items that will be for sale.

The event will offer local residents a great opportunity to shop for one-of-a-kind Christmas gifts.

All proceeds will go to support RBCC’s ongoing mission to foster art education in China’s underground congregations.

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“Generations of authoritarian control have robbed the Chinese people of the spiritual and creative birthrights common to all human beings,” said Rev. Lenny Liebmann, founding pastor of RBCC. “We like the idea of supporting the development of their free spiritual and creative activity with spiritual and creative activity of our own.”

For more information, please call 732-872-0056 or visit www.redbankchurch.com.

Red Bank Community Church, 135 Monmouth Street, Red Bank

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