MOBILE, Ala. - A local group is making the holidays brighter for local families. This Sunday, they're giving away free food and stockings full of toys! All you have to do is take your kids to church.
The program is called "Merry Christmas Mobile". It's at Pathway Church at 7200 Moffett Road. Families can come to one of two services this Sunday at 8:45 a.m. or 10:30 a.m. to receive a free food box (turkey included).
Children must be present! All kids under 12-years-old will receive a stocking full of toys and candy, plus a $15 gift certificate to Toys-R-Us.
Pastor Joey from Pathway Church says this is the 12th year they have held 'Merry Christmas Mobile', and he believes this program is an opportunity for people to bless others and express the real essence of Christmas by giving.
For more information about "Merry Christmas Mobile", call 251-649-9024.
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