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Christmas Scripture Scavenger Hunts for Women’s Ministry

A Scripture Christmas scavenger hunt is a unique and fun activity that adds a touch of excitement to the holiday season while deepening your understanding of the biblical Christmas story. It’s a great way to be reminded of the true meaning of the first Christmas morning.

Perfect for women’s ministry events and church fellowships, it weaves together fun and spirituality as participants race to find clues and answer questions about the nativity. Not only does this engaging game foster bonding and communication among members, but it also encourages them to explore the Bible and uncover the wonders of the Christmas narrative.

Engaging in a Scripture Christmas treasure hunt is an exciting way for you and your fellow women’s ministry members to explore the powerful Bible stories surrounding the birth of Christ. 

As you embark on this journey, discovering each hidden clue will bring you closer to understanding the true meaning of Christmas. The process of designing the scavenger hunt, from selecting meaningful Scriptures to determining which visuals and treasures correspond to the clues, is a unique experience tailored for a memorable celebration.

Key Takeaways

  • Scripture Christmas scavenger hunts are a fun indoor game and an excellent way to combine festive fun with spiritual growth during the holiday season
  • Engaging in this activity can strengthen bonds among women’s ministry members and encourage deeper exploration of Biblical concepts
  • Designing your scavenger hunt involves selecting relevant scriptures and corresponding treasures, creating an unforgettable experience for all participants
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The Concept of Scripture Christmas Scavenger Hunt

Truth behind the Game

A Scripture Christmas Scavenger Hunt or holiday scavenger hunt is designed to be an engaging and fun way for you and your community to explore the Bible’s stories of Jesus’ birth. It’s so much fun and is a perfect way to get into the holiday spirit. This unique game is perfect for ladies’ church group gatherings, women’s ministry events, or Church fellowship activities. 

The intention of this scavenger hunt is to bring people together, spark meaningful conversations, and share your faith with others in a friendly and entertaining setting.

In this game, you will solve riddles and hunt for clues related to various scriptures that encompass the Christmas story. 

By participating in this activity, you will not only have an enjoyable time, but you will also deepen your understanding of the Bible and strengthen your faith. Keep reading for more about using a Christmas scavenger hunt game to bring your ministry group together.

Scavenger Hunts Vs Bible Scavenger Hunts

Regular Scavenger Hunt:

  • Focus on finding objects or performing tasks
  • Usually based on a theme such as a holiday or location
  • Contains clues that are often unrelated to a specific book, religion, or belief system

Christmas Bible Scavenger Hunt:

  • Centered around exploring and understanding scripture
  • Encourage spiritual growth and faith-sharing
  • Develop clues from Bible verses or stories, such as the Christmas narrative

When planning a Scripture Christmas Scavenger Hunt for your ladies’ church group, women’s ministry, or church fellowship event, consider how the activity will encourage participants to interact and share their faith with one another. 

By incorporating Scripture, biblical teachings, and thought-provoking questions into the clues and riddles, you can create a unique and memorable experience for everyone involved.

Remember, the key to a successful Scripture Christmas Scavenger Hunt is balancing fun, challenge, and spiritual reflection in a friendly, welcoming environment.

Designing Your Scavenger Hunt

When planning a Scripture Christmas Scavenger Hunt, it’s essential to design a fun and engaging experience. Follow these steps to create a thrilling scavenger hunt for your women’s ministry, church fellowship, or any other gathering that desires a Christ-centered activity.

Configuring Teams

For this fun Christmas activity, begin by splitting the participants into teams. Ensure each team has a mix of ages and abilities, so everyone can contribute their unique skills and knowledge. Encourage teamwork and cooperation, as the main goal is to promote fellowship and understanding of the Bible’s Christmas story.

Creating Clues and Riddles

Now, think of creative scavenger hunt ideas for your clues that will lead the participants on an educational and exciting journey through the Bible. Use Bible verses and printables to create clues that relate to the Christmas story. 

Try to be inventive and come up with riddles that inspire critical thinking. For example, “Where was Jesus born? (Bethlehem)” or “Who were the first to visit Jesus? (Shepherds).” The clues can be hidden around your church or within the pages of their Bibles, fostering an interactive exploration. 

Groups will start with the first clue and continue finding clues until they reach a special note and prize at the end. There’s no time limit, but most games last between 15 and 30 minutes.

To keep things visually engaging, consider incorporating various formats of clues such as:

  • Riddles in textual format
  • Images or drawings that hint at the answer
  • Cryptograms or puzzles

As a host, be friendly and supportive of the participants, providing guidance when necessary. Remember, the goal is to encourage learning, fellowship, and enjoyment in a Christ-centered activity. 

Design your Scripture Christmas Scavenger Hunt with creativity and enthusiasm, and watch as your participants eagerly delve into the wonders of the Bible’s Christmas story.

Done-for You Christmas Scripture Scavenger Hunts

Christmas is a magical time to engage your women’s ministry in a Bible verse scavenger hunt.

I always equate Christmas with the birth of Jesus and the gift of salvation He brought to us. This season truly embodies the love and grace of God.

To help you create memorable ministry events this Christmas, I’ve crafted five unique Christmas scripture scavenger hunts.

Included here are the instructions and all the clues. While you have the option to craft your own clue cards, if you’re looking to save time, there’s a link to premade cards for every theme available in the Loving Christ Shop.

The Star of Bethlehem: The Guiding Light that Led the Way

Instructions:

  1. Each clue will correspond to one of the Fruits of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.
  2. Clues will be in the form of a verse or series of verses that embody that particular fruit. Participants must then identify the fruit and find the location that best represents it at the retreat.
  3. Participants can work individually or in small teams.

Clues and Answers Suggestions:

Clue 1: Reflect on Luke 2:7. “Find the place where you could rest your head, but unlike the King, you have more than just a manger bed.” (Answer: A place with beds or pillows (e.g., dormitory, sleeping area)

Clue 2: Reflect on Matthew 2:1-2. “Like the Wise Men, you must follow your own star. Go to the place where maps and compasses are.” (Answer: A room or area where a map or compass is displayed.)

Clue 3: Reflect on Luke 2:13-14. “Angels proclaimed His glory with song. Find the place where music belongs.” (Answer: A music room, near musical instruments, or near a speaker system.)

Clue 4: Reflect on Matthew 2:11. “Gifts were given to honor His birth. Go to the place where you find items of worth.” (Answer: Near a gift shop, or a place where personal belongings are kept.)

Clue 5: Reflect on Luke 2:20. “The shepherds returned with hearts full of praise. Go to the place where His word is displayed.” (Answer: Near a podium, chapel, or an area where a Bible is open.)

Clue 6: Reflect on Isaiah 9:6. “He is known by many names, a true Counselor and King. Find the place where advice and guidance take wing.” (Answer: Near a counseling or spiritual guidance center, or a library with self-help books.)

Clue 7: Reflect on Matthew 2:16. “Herod was filled with great wrath; go to a place that promotes a peaceful path.” (Answer: Near a garden, prayer room, or meditation space.)

Clue 8: Reflect on Luke 1:31. “Mary was told she’d bear a Son; go to the place where announcements are done.” (Answer: Near a bulletin board, an announcement screen, or an information desk.)

Clue 9: Reflect on Luke 2:8. “Shepherds were out in the fields at night; find the place where you can view the starlight.” (Answer: An outdoor area where the sky is visible, like a field or patio.)

Clue 10: Reflect on John 1:14. “The Word became flesh in a miraculous way. Head to the place where you first started today.” (Answer: The starting point of the treasure hunt or registration area.)

Treasure Ideas:

For Individual: The treasure could be a Christmas mug or key chain. 

For Multiple: To give something to everyone when they finish, you might want something small. Scripture bookmarks (included in this pack so you can print, cut, and laminate) or other small tokens of faith would be perfect.

Treasure Note:

Along with the treasure, include a note that says, “Congratulations on completing the treasure hunt! May this journey remind you that the true treasure of Christmas is the gift of Jesus Christ, who lights our path every day.”

–>>Want to save time? Grab the pre-made cards to print on card stock and use for this hunt HERE or by clicking the image below. You’ll also receive an end note for you to include with the treasure and blank cards for your own clues.

Star of Bethlehem Scavenger Hunt Collage.

Journey to the Manger: Footsteps in Faith

Instructions:

  1. Each clue will correspond to one of the Fruits of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.
  2. Clues will be in the form of a verse or series of verses that embody that particular fruit. Participants must then identify the fruit and find the location that best represents it at the retreat.
  3. Participants can work individually or in small teams.

Clues and Answers Suggestions:

Clue 1: Reflect on Luke 1:28. “Find the place where greetings are exchanged, much like the Angel greeted Mary.” (Answer: Welcome desk or entrance.)

Clue 2: Reflect on Luke 2:19. “Go to where memories are stored, just like Mary pondered things in her heart.” (Answer: A photo booth or an area where mementos are kept.)

Clue 3: Reflect on Matthew 1:20. “Find a spot to dream, where you’d lay down to sleep.” (Answer: Sleeping area, nap room, dormitory.)

Clue 4: Reflect on Luke 1:39-40. “Seek the place where friends meet, as Mary met with Elizabeth.” (Answer: Social area, lounge, or fellowship hall.)

Clue 5: Reflect on Matthew 2:9-10. “Like the Wise Men, go where the light leads.” (Answer: Near a lamp post, or a well-lit area.)

Clue 6: Reflect on Luke 2:16. “Find the humblest of places, as Jesus was born in a manger.” (Answer: A simple or understated area, perhaps even outdoors.)

Clue 7: Reflect on John 3:16. “Seek a symbol of eternal love.” (Answer: Near a cross or religious symbol.)

Clue 8: Reflect on Matthew 2:12. “Go to where choices are made, like the Wise Men chose another route.” (Answer: Near a junction or intersection of paths.)

Clue 9: Reflect on Luke 2:30. “Go where you can ‘see’ the salvation, perhaps with books and revelation.” (Answer: Library or reading area.)

Clue 10: Reflect on Hebrews 1:3. “End your journey at the throne, where He sits at the right hand.” (Answer: Near a special chair, perhaps at the main speaking area.)

Treasure Ideas:

For Individual: The treasure could be a Christmas journal or small, scented candles.

For Multiple: To give something to everyone when they finish, you might want something small. Scripture bookmarks (included in this pack so you can print, cut, and laminate) or other small tokens of faith would be perfect.

Treasure Note:

Along with the treasure, include a note that says, “Great job on completing the hunt! Remember, the joy of Christmas isn’t just in the finding, but in the journey towards the love and hope Jesus brings.”

–>>Want to save time? Grab the pre-made cards for this hunt HERE or by clicking the image below. You’ll also receive an end note for you to include with the treasure.

Journey to the Manger Scavenger Hunt Collage.

Gifts of the Magi: Three Offerings, Eternal Meaning

Instructions:

  1. Each clue will correspond to one of the Fruits of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.
  2. Clues will be in the form of a verse or series of verses that embody that particular fruit. Participants must then identify the fruit and find the location that best represents it at the retreat.
  3. Participants can work individually or in small teams.

Clues and Answers Suggestions:

Clue 1: Reflect on Matthew 2:11. “Find the place where gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh were laid.” (Answer: Altar)

Clue 2: Reflect on Revelation 8:3-4. “What carries prayers to God and is a type of gift from the Magi?” (Answer: Incense burner or area where incense is stored)

Clue 3: Reflect on Matthew 6:19-21. “Where would you store treasures on Earth?” (Answer: Treasurer’s office or donation box)

Clue 4: Reflect on Matthew 2:10. “Where did the star stop in the Christmas story?” (Answer: Nativity scene)

Clue 5: Reflect on 1 Kings 10:2. “Sheba brought this gift to Solomon, and it was also a gift for the King of Kings.” (Answer: Any gold-colored decoration or object in the church)

Clue 6: Reflect on Philippians 4:6. “Where you can offer prayers, like frankincense offered to God.” (Answer: Prayer kneelers or prayer corner)

Clue 7: Reflect on Matthew 19:14. “Who did Jesus say the kingdom of heaven belongs to?” (Answer: Children’s ministry area or nursery)

Clue 8: Reflect on Mark 14:22-24. “Where we remember the ultimate offering for humanity.” (Answer: Table with communion elements or sacristy.)

Clue 9: Reflect on Matthew 28:19. “The Magi traveled from afar; where are we commanded to go?” (Answer: World map or missions board)

Clue 10: Reflect on Acts 2:42. “Where believers come together in fellowship, like the Magi came to honor the Christ child.” (Answer: Fellowship hall or common gathering area)

Treasure Ideas:

For Individual: The treasure could be a small gift symbolizing the gifts of the Magi such as gold-wrapped chocolate coins or small, scented candles.

For Multiple: To give something to everyone when they finish, you might want something small. Scripture bookmarks (included in this pack so you can print, cut, and laminate) or other small tokens of faith would be perfect.

Treasure Note:

Along with the treasure, include a note that says, “Congratulations! As you go forward, let the spirit of giving and receiving remain with you. Remember, the most precious gifts are not material but spiritual, filling our lives with love, compassion, and understanding.

–>>Want to save time? Grab the pre-made cards for this hunt HERE or by clicking the image below. You’ll also receive an end note for you to include with the treasure.

Gifts of the Magi Scavenger Hunt Collage.

Angels Among Us: A Heavenly Christmas Scripture Hunt

Instructions:

  1. Each clue will correspond to one of the Fruits of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.
  2. Clues will be in the form of a verse or series of verses that embody that particular fruit. Participants must then identify the fruit and find the location that best represents it at the retreat.
  3. Participants can work individually or in small teams.

Clues and Answers Suggestions:

Clue 1: Reflect on Luke 1:26-28. “Where did the angel first find favor with a maiden so pure? In a city called…” (Answer: At a replica or image of Nazareth or near a world map with Nazareth highlighted.)

Clue 2: Reflect on Luke 2:8-9. “In fields where they lay, shepherds did stay. Where might you find woolly creatures today?” (Answer: Near a nativity scene with shepherds or in a children’s play area with sheep toys.)

Clue 3: Reflect on Hebrews 1:14. “Ministering spirits sent forth to serve. Where would believers gather to hear the Word?” (Answer: At the pulpit or the main preaching area.)

Clue 4: Reflect on Matthew 1:20. “In dreams, he was told not to fear taking Mary near. Where might one rest and dream without fear?” (Answer: Near a pew or a quiet prayer corner.)

Clue 5: Reflect on Luke 2:13-14. “A multitude praised and sang ‘Glory to the newborn King!’ Where can voices rise in song within this building?” (Answer: At the church choir area or near the musical instruments.)

Clue 6: Reflect on Acts 12:7. “Peter’s chains fell off at the angel’s touch. Where would you find water symbolizing freedom as much?” (Answer: Near the baptismal font or pool.)

Clue 7: Reflect on Genesis 28:12. “Jacob saw them ascending and descending in a dream. Where might you climb to get closer to Him?” (Answer: Near the church’s staircase or ladder.)

Clue 8: Reflect on Matthew 28:2-5. “A stone rolled away, an angel bright as lightning did stay. Where might you find reminders of that resurrection day?” (Answer: Near the church’s Easter display or an empty tomb representation.)

Clue 9: Reflect on Revelation 5:11-12. “Countless angels around the throne did say, ‘Worthy is the Lamb!’ Where do congregants kneel and pray?” (Answer: At the church’s main altar or prayer kneelers.)

Clue 10: Reflect on Judges 13:20. “As the angel ascended in the flame, Manoah knew God’s messenger’s name. Where might you light a flame in His name?” (Answer: Near the church’s candle stand or votive candle area.)

Treasure Ideas:

For Individual: The special surprise gift at the end could be a small gift symbolizing the angels such as a small angel prayer box.

For Multiple: To give something to everyone when they finish, you might want something small. Scripture bookmarks (included in this pack so you can print, cut, and laminate) or other small tokens of faith would be perfect.

Treasure Note:

Along with the treasure, include a note that says, “Congratulations! Each step you took today is a testament to your faith and commitment. May the angels continue to guide and protect you, and may the lessons you’ve gleaned from today’s scriptures light your path always.”

–>>Want to save time? Grab the pre-made cards for this hunt HERE or by clicking the image below. You’ll also receive an end note for you to include with the treasure.

Angels Among Us Scavenger Hunt Collage.

Journey to Bethlehem: Steps of Salvation

Instructions:

  1. Each clue will correspond to one of the Fruits of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.
  2. Bible scavenger hunt clues will be in the form of a verse or series of verses that embody that particular fruit. Participants must then identify the fruit and find the location that best represents it at the retreat.
  3. Participants can work individually or in small teams.

Clues and Answers Suggestions:

Clue 1: Reflect on Micah 5:2. “From you shall come forth the ruler of Israel. Begin where His journey was prophesied to unfurl.” (Answer: Near a map or globe highlighting Bethlehem or a display of Old Testament prophecies.)

Clue 2: Reflect on Luke 1:26-31. “An angel brought news to Mary so sweet. Where might one find a place to sit and retreat?” (Answer: Near a prayer corner or a quiet meditation space.)

Clue 3: Reflect on Matthew 1:18-21. “Joseph had dreams, guidance so clear. Find where one might rest without any fear.” (Answer: By a pew or a representation of a sleeping area.

Clue 4: Reflect on Luke 2:1-3. “A decree went out, all were to be enrolled. Find where messages and announcements are told.” (Answer: Near the church bulletin board or announcement area.)

Clue 5: Reflect on Luke 2:4-5. “From Nazareth to Bethlehem, the journey they made. Where do travelers gather before they’ve strayed?” (Answer: By the church entrance or foyer.)

Clue 6: Reflect on Luke 2:6-7. “No room in the inn, in a manger He lay. Where might animals find shelter today?” (Answer: Near a nativity scene or a children’s play area with farm animals.)

Clue 7: Reflect on Luke 2:8-10. “Shepherds in fields, an angel did tell. Find where music rises and church bells swell.” (Answer: Near the choir area or bell tower.)

Clue 8: Reflect on Matthew 2:1-2. “Wise men from the east, a star they did see. Where might one gaze upon the vast, open sea?” (Answer: By a window or an area with artwork of the night sky.)

Clue 9: Reflect on Matthew 2:9-11. “Gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh they did bring. Find where offerings are made fit for a King.” (Answer: Near the church’s offering or donation box.)

Clue 10: Reflect on Luke 2:13-14. “Angels sang praises, their voices did ring. Where in this building do voices uplift and sing?” (Answer: At the main altar or where the congregation gathers to sing hymns.)

Treasure Ideas:

For Individual: The treasure could be a small gift symbolizing the journey to Bethlehem. Creative ideas might include a small olive wood cross or a Bethlehem star ornament.

For Multiple: To give something to everyone when they finish, you might want something small. Scripture bookmarks (included in this pack so you can print, cut, and laminate) or other small tokens of faith would be perfect.

Treasure Note:

Along with the treasure, include a note that says, “Congratulations! You’ve walked the symbolic path leading to the birth of our Savior, each clue guiding you deeper into the heart of the Christmas story. Just as Mary and Joseph journeyed with faith, may your own journey of faith be continually illuminated by the Star of Bethlehem.”

–>>Want to save time? Grab the pre-made cards for this hunt HERE or by clicking the image below. You’ll also receive an end note for you to include with the treasure.

Journey to Bethlehem Scavenger Hunt Collage.

Bible Stories Relating to Christmas

The real reason of Christmas, at its core, is a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ, a pivotal moment in Christian history that resonates with believers around the world. The Bible, our guiding light, provides rich narratives that shed light on this miraculous event and the surrounding circumstances. The best part is that we receive so many blessings of this special gift through His Word. Here are some key Bible stories that relate to the Christmas season:

  1. The Annunciation: Found in Luke 1:26-38, this story recounts the Angel Gabriel’s visit to the Virgin Mary, announcing that she would conceive and give birth to Jesus. It’s a tale of faith and acceptance, as Mary responds, “Behold, the handmaid of the Lord; be it unto me according to thy word.”
  2. The Birth of Jesus: The heart of Christmas, this story is described in Luke 2:1-20. It tells of Mary and Joseph’s journey to Bethlehem, the humble birth of Jesus in a stable, and the shepherds who came to worship Him after hearing the good news from angels.
  3. Visit of the Magi: Detailed in Matthew 2:1-12, this narrative follows the journey of the wise men or Magi from the East. Guided by a star, they traveled to Jerusalem and eventually to Bethlehem, where they presented Jesus with gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh.
  4. Escape to Egypt: In an effort to protect the young Jesus from King Herod’s decree to kill all boys under two years old in Bethlehem, the Holy Family fled to Egypt. This story, found in Matthew 2:13-15, emphasizes the lengths God went to ensure the safety of His Son.
  5. Simeon and Anna Recognize the Lord: As described in Luke 2:25-38, when Mary and Joseph brought baby Jesus to the temple in Jerusalem, two devout believers, Simeon and Anna, recognized Him as the Messiah. Their reactions and prophecies underscored the significance of Jesus’ role in salvation history.

Each of these stories offers a unique perspective on the events surrounding Jesus’ birth, making them essential readings during the Christmas season. They remind us of the profound love God has for humanity and the hope that Jesus’ arrival brought to the world.

Conclusion

When you’ve finished this biblical Christmas themed scavenger hunt, be sure to take time for a little holiday cheer together. It’s a good idea to gather afterwards to exchange holiday gifts like Christmas decorations, sweet treats, or even non-candy treats. You can enjoy hot cocoa together and experience the peace that comes from having dear friends in Christ. The joy and spirit of Christmas are deeply intertwined with the stories and teachings found in the Bible. A Scripture Christmas Scavenger Hunt offers an enjoyable and meaningful way to reflect upon these narratives, fostering a deeper connection to the essence of the season. 

By engaging with the biblical stories of Jesus’ birth and the events surrounding it, we not only enrich our own faith journey but also share these profound messages with others in our ministry. Playing one of these games is a favorite way to get into the Christmas spirit, so gather around the Christmas tree with your ministry group and start finding answers to our Christmas treasure hunt clues. It’s a great Christmas tradition!

As you celebrate this Christmas, whether it’s through games, discussions, or quiet reflection, remember the true reason for the season: the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ. And if you have other Christmas scavenger hunt ideas, I’d love for you to share them in the comments below.

Merry Christmas! May your festivities be filled with love, joy, and the blessings of God’s Word. Let it all be done for God’s glory! 

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I create a fun Bible-based Christmas game?

Creating a fun Bible-based Christmas game involves blending the joy of the season with the teachings of the scripture. 

Different ideas include a “Bible Verse Charades” where participants act out a scene or concept from a given Bible verse related to Christmas or a “Nativity Scene Puzzle Race” where teams compete to assemble a nativity scene the fastest, using pieces that have scripture references on the back.

What are some engaging Christian icebreakers for holiday parties?

Engaging icebreakers can set the tone for a wonderful holiday gathering. Consider “Christmas Carol Pictionary”, where participants draw and guess popular carols. Another option is “Name That Prophet”, where attendees match prophecies to the prophets who declared them. 

A simple “Two Truths and a Christmas Tale” can also be a hit, where guests share two true holiday memories and one fictional one, and others guess the tale.

Which Bible verses are suitable for Christmas cards?

There are numerous Bible verses that capture the essence of Christmas. Some popular choices include Isaiah 9:6, Luke 2:10-11, and John 1:14. 

Verses that emphasize love, peace, joy, and the birth of Jesus can all be wonderful additions to a Christmas card.

Can you suggest any inspirational Christmas activities or Bible games for adults?

Absolutely! Adults can engage in a “Scripture Exchange”, where each person shares a verse that speaks to them during the season. 

Hosting a “Christmas Candlelight Reflection” can also be moving, where participants light candles and share prayers or thoughts on the meaning of Christmas. Another activity is “Advent Art”, where attendees create art pieces (like paintings or crafts) inspired by Advent themes.

What are some unique ideas for a Christian Christmas party?

Fun Christmas scavenger hunt printables like we have in this article are always a big hit. For a unique Christian Christmas party, consider organizing a “Living Nativity Scene”, where attendees participate in reenacting the birth of Jesus. 

A “Christmas Carol Sing-Along” with a focus on hymns and spiritual songs can also be a hit. Hosting a “Gifts for the Needy” party, where guests bring items to be donated to those in need, can be both festive and fulfilling.

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