Children’s Christmas Bazaar Slated For Dec. 4 At Trinity On The Hill

The annual Children’s Christmas Bazaar is Saturday, Dec. 4 at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church. Courtesy photo


Parents and guardians are encouraged to sign up their children for the Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church Children’s Christmas Bazaar to be held at 3900 Trinity Drive on Saturday, Dec. 4 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This child friendly community event is for students in kindergarten through 6th grade, where children select gifts for their family and friends.  

This year’s bazaar will have a new look. The bazaar will be held in the old parish hall aka DALA Dance Studio on the Canyon Road side of the church. Children will check in, shop and receive gift bags, name tags, tissue and bows for their selections. Children may wrap their gifts at home. The lower parking lot will be utilized to serve refreshments to waiting adults and siblings and for handicapped parking. A suggested donation of $15 will be collected at check in for each child. Advance registration is required. 

The event empowers children to learn about giving and decision making independent of their parents or siblings. Elves will be available to help children who may need assistance.

This is a huge recycling event, all new, like new or gently use items have been donated by our church members and the community. Items that have been donated include stuffed animals, jewelry, Christmas ornaments, curios, gadgets, toys and much more!  In an effort to be a little more environmentally friendly, we encourage children to bring their own shopping bag(s). Donations are currently being accepted through November 30th.

This bazaar relies heavily on volunteers from our community to help with setup, cleanup, serving refreshments, helping children shop, check in, baking, etc. Adults, middle and high school students are encouraged to help. We love to have former shoppers come to help!

Please visit our church website at, look for the Children’s Christmas Bazaar tab to sign up shoppers, volunteers and bakers. 

Questions about this community event may be directed to the church office at (505) 662-5107 or email