Ways to make Christmas Brighter

Children's Emergency Food Bank 

Help support the Food Bank this Christmas through their annual Food Drive.

CLICK HERE for a list of the most needed items. 
Items should be non-perishable and within expiration date.

The Food Drive will  continue through Christmas Eve.

Also - Visit Lucky Grocery Stores this December....

Thank you!

 Monthly Miracles Warm Clothing Drive

JKPC will be helping out again this year by collecting coats and warm clothing
(new or gently used), hats and gloves (new or handmade), new socks and underwear.

Please drop off item in our Collection Bin outside the church office from 
Sunday, November 19 - Monday, December 11

Monthly Miracles, a local, Christian nonprofit, is hosting it’s annual Christmas Miracles event on December 16th.  They are expecting 2000 guests from the homeless community or those who are struggling to make ends meet.  They will need many volunteers for the event.
For more information please check Monthlymiracles.org or call Jackie at 925-309-9049


Local Christmas Toy Drive 

This is JKPC's 3rd year in joining this event! For 2023, the Blue Oaks Church Christmas Toy Drive is focusing on the 200+ “unhoused” children and their families in the Pleasanton, Dublin and Livermore public school districts.
By sponsoring a family, you can help make this Christmas merry and bright
for children in your neighborhood who often don’t know where their next
meal or good night’s sleep will come from.

Visit https://toys.blueoaks.church for all the latest info and to sponsor a
family beginning November 19th through December 5th.
The last day to drop off gifts is December 10th at Blue Oaks Church in Pleasanton, or December 8 at JKPC  



 "Shop Heifer"
until December 17


A Gift that keeps on Giving… Your purchase of a Heifer International Animal can: End Hunger, Build a Community, Create Sustainable Futures, Improve the Environment and CHANGE THE WORLD!  We have lovely honoree cards, as well as fun animal fact cards, too! 🐮 Stop by the Heifer Table after church or during the week in the church office. 




Through Heifer International, animals and trees can be purchased on behalf of a family in need, allowing the family to create income and a future for their community.  Giving an animal is like giving someone a small business, providing wool, milk, eggs and more. Animal donations can provide families a hand up, increasing access to medicine, school, food and a sustainable livelihood.

Your animal donation will support the lives of families in need. The one you choose is up to you.

CLICK HERE for the Heifer Order Form.

We will have pretty honor cards to give out if you would like to buy a llama for your mama or some honey bees for Aunt Louise! We have fun animal fact cards, too!

Please turn in your order form and check/money by Sunday, December 17. Please contact Nancy Polcyn for more information