On Saturday, December 22nd at 5PM, South Plainfield residents will get to experience a tradition that is rarely carried out. The Tabernacle Church, along with children of the community, will be traveling through different neighborhoods of South Plainfield, NJ spreading holiday cheer as they sing classic Christmas carols door to door-the old fashioned way. This is sure to get residents in the holiday spirit.
On Sunday, December 23rd at 12PM, children and youth from both the community and The Tabernacle Church will deliver holiday cheer, in the form of gift and song to developmentally disabled residents of Keystone Community Residence (http://www.keystonecomliving.com) in South Plainfield, NJ. They will also be serving the residents of Ozanam Family Shelter (http://www.ccdom.org/
“The holidays are about family and hope. But there are many who feel lonely and left out while spending the holiday alone. The Tabernacle Church is here to let them know that they have a family and someone they can depend on in us,” said De’Andre Salter, Senior Pastor of The Tabernacle Church.
This Day of Community Giving has attracted local residents and businesses alike who are looking to impact the world this holiday season. Global companies such as the Red Cross have also taken notice of The Tabernacle Church’s efforts and have already donated in excess of 30 brand new coats, blankets, toys, and other items that will be distributed at the Ozanam Family Shelter and Keystone Community Residence.
All who are interested in donating gifts or monetary funds to be used specifically for this Day of Community Giving are encouraged to visit www.thetabernacle.com, call (908) 222-9990 x13, or email c.salterlewis@