This is a holiday with a tortured history that needs recognition and reckoning. At the same time, we need time and space to recognize those people, events, and everyday gifts in our lives that cause us to feel gratitude. It is another part of the great paradox in which we live our lives. Join us as we celebrate this gratitude and sit down to a meal together.
We begin with a shorter service in the sanctuary and end with a procession to the social hall for a ritual of gratitude and our potluck feast.
If you are unable to prepare or pick up anything, please come anyway. There will be plenty. And we need people to help with set-up and clean-up which is just as good as bringing food.