Christmas Share




Christmas at Southcliff Offering

November 26 - December 10

Southcliff's Worship Ministry will be presenting “Christmas at Southcliff: The Story of Joy” as a free gift to our community. 

Pick up at “Christmas at Southcliff” offering envelope at the information center or in the pews..  You can make a financial gift through December 10.  These funds will go to the many expenses that are incurred in presenting a high-quality production.  You may also give online at

Angel Tree

November 26 - December 10

You can be a Christmas blessing to one of the 1.7 million children in the U.S. that will celebrate Christmas with a parent in prison. 

Angel Tree is a ministry of Prison Fellowship, which was founded by Chuck Colson. Angel Tree began when a former inmate, Mary Kay Beard, realized that many children of inmates spend Christmas away from their moms and dads.  She knew that the holidays can be a sad time for these boys and girls.

You can visit our “Angel Tree” at the Share Engagement Center and pick up a “wish list” to provide presents for children of incarcerated parents.  You then shop for these gifts, wrap them, and bring them to Southcliff by Sunday, Dec. 10.

You can volunteer to help sort the gifts on Monday, December 11,  from 6:30 - 8:00 PM (Fellowship Hall).

Volunteers are also needed to distribute gifts to parents on Friday, Dec. 15 (3:00 – 5:00 PM) or Sunday, Dec. 17 in the Fellowship Hall. Contact Nathan or Terri Benke if you have any questions about Angel Tree.

Week of Prayer for International Missions

December 3-10

This year’s Week of Prayer for International Missions will be observed Dec. 3-10. In this season, Southern Baptists are encouraged to consider the power of “Impacting Lostness Together.”

During this year’s SBC annual meeting, IMB President Paul Chitwood emphasized the importance of working together. “Your IMB missionaries are addressing the world’s greatest problem with the only solution, God’s solution — the gospel. But they need your prayers, your support, your continued generosity and more workers in the harvest,” he said.

Click the link below to access online information about how you can pray for our missionaries.


Collecting Supplies for The Baptist Seminary of Zambia

December 3 - 31

Dr. Rodney Masona, former Southcliff member, leads The Baptist Seminary of Zambia, one of our Share Partners.  He has requested supplies that are needed by students in the course of their studies. 

The following can be brought to the Share Engagement Center. .


3 Ring Binders
Notebook Paper
Blank Journals
Ball Point Pens
Backpacks / Men’s Sachels
3 X 5 Index Cards
Post-It Notes
Insulated Water Bottle
Pencil Case



Link to Amazon Wish List

In addition to this, we will accept donations of new or gently used laptop computers and tablets.  

These need to be in excellent working condition with all personal data deleted.  We will not accept computers and tablets with broken screens, lacking batteries/cords, needing basic software, or needing items deleted.  Please only bring devices that are ready to use.

Items will be shipped to Zambia this January

Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions

December 3 - 31

Southern Baptist Missionaries are reliant on this annual Christmas offering in order to engage in global evangelism and church planting.  You are a part of sending 3,521 missionaries across the globe.  Last year, they were able to engage 67 new people groups and saw 178,177 people come to Christ.

This offering is named after LottieMoon, a pioneer missionary in China in the early 20th Century.  Her persistence to raise funds for struggling missionaries is carried on through this yearly emphasis

There are many ways to give a gift to Southcliff’s Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions. You may pick up an offering envelope at the Share Engagement Center.  You may also give online via  Select “Christmas Intl. Missions.” 

Invite Friends, Neighbors, and Coworkers to


Friday, December 8 at 7 PM

Saturday, December 9 at 4:30 PM

Sunday, December 10 at 4:30 PM

Southcliff is known across North Texas for our annual Christmas presentation. This year’s program, “The Story of Joy,” will include contemporary and traditional Christmas music, dazzling lights, and a clear presentation of the true meaning of Christmas.

Christmas at Southcliff: The Story of Joy

You may pick up invite cards and posters at the Information Center. 

Christmas Caroling at Crossing820 Apartments

December 14 – 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM 

You and your family are invited to a special outreach event along with our Apartment Ministry Interns.
Meet at the Southcliff Foyer (coffee bar area) on Thursday, December 14.  After a quick rehearsal with song sheets, we will walk across the street to the Crossing820 Apartments.  Outfitted with Glow Sticks, we will sing to residents.  Our group will hand out candy canes and Christmas Eve Service Invite Cards to everyone we meet.
If you would like to participate in this fun event for all ages, sign up at the Share Engagement Center or email

Christmas Eve Service

Sunday, December 24 at 11:00 AM

Many of our friends and neighbors are looking for a Christmas Eve experience that is family-friendly.
We will have one service on Sunday, December 24 at 11:00 AM.  Note that childcare will not be provided.  Please pick in Invite Cards at Southcliff and invite friends, neighbors, and coworkers.


If you need more information, email

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(817) 924-2241

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