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Christmas Tree Lot

sponsored by the united Methodist men

Your support is one more way we can make a difference in our community!

Since 1964, the Christmas Tree Lot has been operated by the United Methodist Men’s Group. There are over 1500 trees to choose from.

Proceeds from the Christmas Tree Lot support many local charities including: LifeWise STL, Circle of Concern, Home First, Manchester Center, Bridge Bread, Sneakers With Soul, Pony Bird, Inc., & Lafayette Work Ct.

Tree Lot Hours

Tree Lot is currently closed for the season.
Thank you for your support and we will see you next year!

Tree Lot Location

Located at 14380 Manchester Rd, Ballwin, MOwest of Highway 141 in the parking lot of the Manchester Athletic Association.

Benefiting Many Ministries & Organizations

The United Methodist Men would like to thank all those who supported the 2023 Tree Lot season either by volunteering or buying trees.

For the 2023 season, 1533 trees were sold in 4 weeks, raising  over $70,000 to support the community. Over 77 trees were donated to Ashbury Church.

At the end of March, several checks were distributed to agencies in the community that were generated by the proceeds from the Tree Lot sales.

Please watch for important emails, including your Junk mail. Important informational emails are being sent on a regular basis to those who sign up. If you aren’t receiving these emails, or have questions about the Tree Lot, please email the Christmas Tree Lot Volunteer Coordinator.

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