While most of us were sleeping or finally unwrapping those presents under the tree, members of a Hernando County church were busy spreading holiday cheer.

They left their cozy homes to help those in need.

Every year on Christmas morning members of the Ridge Manor Community United Methodist Church, with some help from other churches, get to work early loading up their cars and trucks with donated Christmas goodies.

Food, toys, clothing and more all wrapped and ready to be delivered to families in need around Pasco and Hernando.

Jeanette Morgan loves it.

"Some of these kids don't have anything, have not got anything at all for Christmas," she said.

For these church members, this is what Christmas morning is all about. The families, the kids they are going to help, have no idea what's coming.

Everyone breaks off into groups with a list of addresses and they hit the road. They call it their "drive by Christmas" and it is a complete surprise.

Marcelina Zarate says her family just got robbed. Presents and food were taken, so this act of kindness is perfect.

"Thank you and I appreciate it for giving us all these things and we thank god too," she said.

Hundreds of presents delivered to 200 families that didn't have much, if anything, under the tree this year.

"Just seeing the looks on the faces, it's fantastic, it really is," Jeanette said.

An incredible act of generosity, that created a lot of smiles.

This is the fifth year the church organized the event. Donations came from local groups, businesses and church members.