HURST Green Methodist Church is holding its first ever Christmas craft fair on Saturday, November 26.
The Narrow Lane church holds monthly craft fairs but they are pulling out all the stops for the Christmas craft fair.
Anne Willetts, from the church, said "It is the first time we have done a Christmas craft fair and we have worked hard on this all year and we wanted to give people the chance to buy quality gifts in Halesowen for a good cause.
"We are delighted the Black Country Artists will selling their paintings, there will be vintage stalls and plenty of good quality craft stalls, cakes for sale and refreshments will be available."
All the money raised will be donated to charity and the church is hoping for a big attendance as the craft fair is on the same day as the Blackheath Christmas lights switch on.
Mrs Willetts added: "We are donating money to Birmingham City Mission which does great work with the homeless and we want to raise as much money as we can for them this year."
The Hurst Green Methodist Church, Narrow Lane, Christmas craft fair is between 2pm and 4pm on Saturday, November 26.