Annual Christmas Boutique – Dec 4th

Looking for a gift for somebody special, need some ideas for decorating or just plain have a sweet tooth – come check out the annual Christmas Boutique for a selection of arts & crafts, homemade goodies – baked goods, jams, jellies and more…

DATE & TIME

Sunday, December 4th following 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM worship services.

LOCATION

Saint Thomas Episcopal Church in Cowans Hall, see Directions and Campus Map
231 Sunset Avenue, Sunnyvale CA 94086

CHRISTMAS WREATHS & POINSETTIAS

Interested in a Christmas wreath or poinsettia? Don’t miss out – send us a message ahead of time and we’ll reserve one for you for pick-up the day of the sale.

Contact Us to submit your request and please include the item(s) and quantity. We’ll make arrangements with you for payment.

LOOKING FOR DONATIONS

We are looking for donations of arts & crafts items, and homemade goodies to sell at the boutique in benefit of St. Thomas.

Over the years, we’ve had a wonderful collection of hand-crafted items created by parishioners and friends alike.

Special Instructions: Arts & crafts items can be dropped off at the church office in advance of the event. Baked goods and any perishable food items should be brought in on the morning of December 4th.

At last year’s boutique we had a wonderful display of Christmas crèches or nativity scenes from all over the world on loan to us by a parishioner. We would like to continue the tradition of this display and are asking anyone who would be willing share their crèche with the parish to bring them in, either by Dec. 3rd, the day before or Dec. 4th, on the morning of the boutique.

We will label the display table carefully to indicate that the crèches are For Display Only.

Thank you to in advance for your participation and sharing the joy of the season.

COME ONE COME ALL

Tell your friends and neighbors – come and discover some unique items for gift-giving or even treat yourself!

QUESTIONS OR FURTHER ASSISTANCE

If you have questions or need further assistance – Contact Us.

Photo courtesy of Andrew Munday.

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