We recommend you begin by reading the short Attack on Christmas essay to find out more about the spiritual implications behind silencing “Merry Christmas" and the strategy for saving Christmas.


The Wish Me A Merry Christmas Campaign partners with churches to carry the banner of keeping Christ in Christmas. Join the Campaign by purchasing buttons or car magnets for your church or by applying to be a Community Impact Church today.


The focus of the Wish Me A Merry Christmas Campaign is to influence retailers to put Christmas back in the holidays thereby saving Christmas in the marketplace. Get your church involved, purchase a button or car magnet, and wear or display it with pride during the Christmas shopping season in order to change the tide of America’s culture today!


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Putting Christmas Back in the Holidays

The Wish Me A Merry Christmas Campaign is a loving and actionable grassroots campaign that appeals directly to retailers to put Christmas back in the holidays in order to save Christmas. The Angel of the Lord announced that the good news of Christ’s birth would be proclaimed to all people (Luke 2:10), and we seek to keep spreading that good news, indeed! Churches across the nation will partner with the Campaign as they purchase buttons or car magnets that say, “It’s OK, Wish Me A Merry ChristmasTM,” and then distribute these buttons or car magnets to congregation members, or use them as a fundraiser. Participants, in turn, will wear these buttons and display these car magnets during the Christmas shopping season, demonstrating to retailers their desire to be wished a “Merry Christmas.” In that way we will be saving Christmas by putting Christmas back in the holidays.

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