Celebrating the Season – Thanksgiving Week

Within the next week we have a couple of events that you don’t want to miss.

Annual Thanksgiving Community Meal – Wed Nov. 23 from 5-7 in the Fellowship Hall. Each year we open up the kitchen to the community for a Thanksgiving meal. Mr. Ervin contacts local businesses for contributions and then cooks away! It is an event that is enjoyed by all and a good chance to reach out to the community.
(Don’t forget that choir practice will be on Tuesday night because of the Community Meal.)

Hanging of the Greens – Sunday Nov. 27 at 6 pm in the Sanctuary. This service may vary from year to year, but it is always a special time. We start off the Christmas season with a candlelight service where we hang greenery and other decorations in the church while remembering what these symbols mean to us.

Anyone is welcome to come to either event. You don’t have to be a member of our church to celebrate with us. Come help us start off the holiday season with a good meal and fellowship at the Community Meal, or a service reminding us what the Christmas season is all about, or both!

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I'm a blogger, freelance writer, and former teacher. After 12 years in the telecommunications industry, I taught math and science. I have, however, always loved history! So now I am indulging by reading many great books and sharing what I learn. As Harry Truman said, "The only thing new is the history you don't know." Please comment, I would love to receive your feedback. Thanks for reading.

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