We give thanks in the community and at First Christian.
Join FaithAction for its Annual Multicultural Thanksgiving Monday, Nov. 12, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
All are invited to join FaithAction for its annual Multicultural Thanksgiving on Monday, November 12, at the Mullin Life Center of First Presbyterian Church, 706 N. Greene St. Join hundreds of your neighbors from around the world to eat, sing, dance, share stories, and take pictures—celebrating our rich diversity and giving thanks for one another! You simply need to bring a dish from your own culture or ancestry to share, and a food or diaper donation to help stock FaithAction’s pantry for the winter!
Worship with us at the Interfaith Thanksgiving Service Sunday, Nov. 18, 5:00 p.m.
Please join us for this service of “thanks” that leads us to “giving,” at West Market United Methodist Church, 302 West Market St. This annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service will include words of thanks from a range of religious traditions, but the main focus will be “giving” to Mustard Seed Clinic.
Friendship Sunday Thanksgiving Meal Sunday, Nov. 18
We call it Friendship Sunday, so why not bring a friend to church on Sunday, Nov. 18? Then, plan to stay for the feast! We’ll have turkey and dressing—you bring a side dish or dessert to share.
Thanksgiving Dinner Boxes for our Neighbors
Help us create turkey dinners for those in need. Individuals can donate an entire box or individual items.
Thanksgiving Box Ingredients:
1 box of stuffing 1 box or bag of instant mashed potatoes
1 can of yams 1 can of corn
1 can of green beans 1 pkg or can of turkey gravy
1 can of pumpkin pie mix
Disciples Thanksgiving Offering
The Thanksgiving Offering benefits the Colleges, Universities, Seminaries, and Divinity Houses affiliated with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). These learning communities are an extension of the church, challenging students to understand and respond to God’s call to serve. This special offering will be collected during worship Sunday, Nov. 25. Gifts can also be mailed to the church and marked “Thanksgiving Offering.”