2019 Year-End Gift

Thank you for giving to Christ Community's 2019 year-end gift.

Learn more about the two parts of this project: Feed My Starving Children Packing Event and Supporting Our Community Impact Partners.


With your generous year-end giving, we have exceeded our original goal of paying for 750,000 Feed My Starving Children. With your partnership, we are now able to pay for 1,000,000 meals that will feed our most vulnerable neighbors: hungry children around the world. 

We now as a community get to pack those meals in four large-scale packing events to be held this February and March. This is a great opportunity to invite your neighbors to serve with to meet this real need across the world.

How to Invite Your Neighbors to Serve with You!

First: Check out the packing schedule for your campus below. Decide on a few options when you can invite people to join you!

Second: Print this Invite Flyer or grab some invite cards from your local campus (available the weekend of January 18th & 19th).

Third: Ask your neighbors when they would like to join you.

Fourth: Visit this site and select your campus to serve with. The registration link will redirect you to the FMSC website to sign up groups for your preferred time slot!

Do my neighbors need to register themselves?

You can register your neighbors as a part of your group without any additional information. However, if they are registered with an email address, they will get reminder emails from Feed My Starving Children directly about their upcoming time slot and appropriate clothing to wear.

Can I reserve a block of time if I don't have people committed yet?

In order to reach 1,000,000 meals, it is crucial that every spot has a person in it. We ask each person to only sign up groups that have committed people. You can always go in and modify your group size as many times as you need to. 

What is the age requirement?

Anyone 5 years and older can pack meals accompanied by an adult! 

Packing Event Schedule:

Streamwood Campus

February 29
Schaumburg FMSC Packing Center
1 packing shift available

Join Streamwood

DeKalb Campus

Sunday March 1st and Monday March 2nd
DeKalb Campus

Add Me to the Waitlist

Click below to see shifts available

Join DeKalb

Aurora Campus

Sunday, March 8th
Aurora FMSC Packing Center
2 packing shifts available

Add Me To The Waitlist

Click below to see shifts available

1:00 pm join Aurora | 4:00 PM Join Aurora

St. Charles Campus

Thursday February 27th through Sunday March 1st
St Charles Campus

NEW SPOTS AVailable!!!

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Naomi’s House is a comprehensive residential program in Geneva and West Chicago offering hope and healing to women who have been the victims of sex trafficking. Our home is a safe place fostering healing and faith in Christ that leads to life-transformation.

Funds will be used to establish a community transition program for women who have completed their current program and are looking for a soft entry back into the community. This program/phase will offer affordable rent, continued case management and therapy from their partners, and most importantly, a community to continue to do life with.

As a church we want to come around potential adoptive and foster parents and provide community, stability, and support.

Funds will be used provide financial assistance to prospective adoptive parents in their pursuit of adoption.

TLC and Waterleaf are pregnancy resource center ministries that provide free medical, material, emotional and spiritual support to local women facing unplanned pregnancy situations. To learn more about this ministry at Christ Community Church, go to Pro-life Ministry.

Waterleaf Pregnancy Center is less than 500,000 away from fully funding their 3.2 million build directly across from Planned Parenthood. Neighbors in Need funds will assist with eliminating this mortgage. We will also use funds to help TLC create a new mobile unit.

Christ Community’s DeKalb Outreach Center is a bridge to the community resulting in transformative experiences with Jesus.

Funds will be used to create a functional outdoor space, purchase tech equipment, and pay ministry start-up costs.

Administer Justice provides free civil legal assistance to low income individuals and families while also strengthening the local community through educational and outreach programs. In addition to free legal assistance, they also provide financial counseling and conflict coaching services.

To learn more about this ministry at Christ Community Church, visit Administer Justice.

Funds will be used to start a new Administer Justice site.

Funds will help establish a church plant among Nepalese and Bhutanese unreached people group in Aurora. Specifically, we will help purchase worship equipment, video equipment, and educational ministry supplies.

Learn More About the Feed My Starving Children Event

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