Chrismons for Christmas

So, what's a Chrismon, you ask?  Chrismons, meaning "Christ monograms," traditionally are white and gold designs made from Christian symbols that signify Christ.  Often displayed on an evergreen tree during the Christmas season, symbols such as stars, crosses, fish, crowns, and the alpha and omega remind us of Christ's identity, his story, and of the holy Trinity.

We're offering several Chrismons for purchase this year.  Check out the choices - we have pictures of them below!  All Chrismons are $20 each, with all the proceeds benefitting our youth ministry's mission trips and GodSquad.  This price includes postage and mailing, as we will be sending them out to your homes!  We ask that you reserve your Chrismon using the online order form below or by contacting Phyllis Williams at

Each Chrismon has a limited supply, so please indicate your first choice as well as a second choice when you order, in case your first preference isn't available.  The cutoff date for ordering is FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11.  If you have any questions, please contact Char Keith at 913.526.4008.  Thanks so much and have a wonderful holiday!

Chrismons Order Form

Please submit all Chrismon orders by Friday, December 11, and note if they are in memory of or in honor of a loved one.

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Each Chrismon is $20 and includes postage and mailing.  If you would like to pay via check, please make the check payable to Asbury UMC with "Chrismons" in the memo line.  If you would like to pay online, please visit Choose "Other Fund" in the dropdown box, and then enter "Chrismons" in the Note box.

Chrismons Available:
  • Descending Dove
    • The dove is a symbol of the Holy Spirit, recalling the Holy Spirit's descent on Jesus as a dove at his baptism.  The nimbus, three-pointed rays around its head, is a symbol of the Trinity.

  • Crown
    • A King's Crown is the symbol of royal power and authority.  It symbolizes Jesus as King of the Jews, in fulfillment of prophetic expectation, as well as the exalted Christ as King of Kings.

  • Pax
    • "Peace" in Latin, representing hope for peace in this world.

  • Alpha and Omega
    • The Greek letters alpha (first) and omega (last) from Rev. 1:8 and 22:13, symbolizing Jesus as the Christ who has come and will come again; it also symbolizes the continuity of God's presence in human history.


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