Each time we have a month with five Sundays, we do something a little different. November 29th is both a fifth Sunday and the first Sunday of Advent, so it will be even more different than usual, combining prayer, praise, thanksgiving, and anticipation of the birth of Jesus the Christ. It will be an interesting service. We’d love to see you here.
In a spirit of gratitude to God and a desire to welcome our neighbors, we host a Thanksgiving Dinner every year. It is open to all and we especially cherish guests who drop by unannounced. Believe it or not, even in St. Paul there are people who don’t have large families or friends nearby, so it’s been a blessing to many over the years.
At noon, we serve the feast! There’s always food left over, so there will probably be a chance to take something delicious home, too.
We hope to see you here.