Sudbury Interfaith Thanksgiving Service

Top Pick November 24, 2019 Sudbury Free
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The Sudbury Clergy Association invites the community to an interfaith Thanksgiving service in the center of historic Sudbury. Clergy from Congregation Beth El, First Parish of Sudbury, Memorial Congregational Church, Our Lady of Fatima Parish, the Presbyterian Church of Sudbury, St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church, Sudbury United Methodist Church and Wayland Islamic Center will be co-leading the service, which will include prayers for the world by all participating clergy.

Sudbury’s chief of police, Scott Nix, will speak on gratitude, and the offering will be donated to MCC’s food assistance program.

The Sudbury Clergy Association is a community of religious professionals who serve the 11 faith communities in Sudbury and meet monthly to seek ways to serve one another, their congregations and the community while striving for the greater good.

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Sunday, November 24, 2019, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
First Parish of Sudbury
327 Concord Rd
Sudbury, MA 01776

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