UPDATE: We will be raising money for From Bethlehem To The Worldthroughout December, you can continue supporting them through KCI this Christmas.

While the eyes of many settle on sales, promotions and gift-buying, there is much need around the world. Often it becomes even more necessary around the Christmas season. Throughout December, King's Church International are supporting a number of different Christmas activities, but on Giving Tuesday we would love to focus on just one.

The West Bank and in particular Bethlehem, the place of Jesus' birth, has been seeing a lot of unrest over the last few weeks and months. There are many area closures and violent clashes while the authorities try to resolve differences and bring peace back to this beautiful land.

Working with From Bethlehem To The World, King's Church International are able to support families and communities in Bethlehem and the West Bank this Christmas, and to bring hope in a place that is currently full of strife.

We are glad to be able to support in lots of practical ways; with the purchase of gifts for children, youth and families; food baskets for families; and Christmas outreach to bring the good news to people's lives!

If you would like to give towards the great work that's being done, you can do so in one of two ways.

1. Give via BACS:

Pay: King's Church International

Account number: 11635558

Sort Code: 16-31-27

Reference: Bethlehem

2. Give via cheque or cash:

This can be given during any of our Sunday Services or alternatively dropped at the church offices at King's House, 77a Frances Road. Please label the cheque and/or envelope'Bethlehem Appeal'.

All moneys given to this appeal will go towards one (or more) of the following, through From Bethlehem To The World

1. Christmas food baskets for familes

2. Gifts for the Sunday school kids

3. Gifts for the youth

4. Gifts and prizes for the special dinner program

5. Outreach Christmas Dinner

6. Rent for busses to bring people for the Christmas celebration from Bethlehem area, Jerusalem and Jericho