Annual Thanksgiving Non-Perishable Food Drive – Nov. 11th & 18th

Every year the Sunday School children at St. Thomas participate in a wonderful service project in loving response to the needs of the community.

The Thanksgiving Non-Perishable Food Drive in support of Second Harvest Food Bank has become an annual event and all are invited to join in!

DONATIONS

Drop-off boxes will be available in the back of the church just as you come through the big red doors.

We are accepting the following non-perishable items: Canned Food, Powdered Milk and Dry Goods (e.g. Sealed Packages of Beans, Pasta and Rice). Non-perishable Baby Food is also greatly appreciated.

Pet Food donations are welcome as well (e.g. Canned Pet Food and Dry Kibble).

All non-perishable food collected will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank that makes of difference in the lives of many local individuals and families in need.

VOLUNTEERS

If you would like to help out, please Contact Sue Beckham.

Thank you for your help and generosity 🙂
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Sunday School’s Thanksgiving Canned Food Drive 2017

REMINDER

LAST DAY TO DROP OFF CANNED GOODS AND POWDERED MILK IS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH – DON’T FORGET!

Every year the Sunday School children at St. Thomas participate in a wonderful service project in loving response to the needs of the community.

This year’s Sunday School service project is a canned food drive in support of Second Harvest Food Bank. All are invited to join in and send a can or drop off a few!

DONATIONS

Food bags will be distributed on November 5th to the congregation to take home, fill with canned goods and powdered milk, and then return on the following Sunday.

If you’re not available to pick up a food bag, a “Drop Box” will be conveniently situated just inside the Big Red Doors leading into the sanctuary. Donations will be accepted between November 5th through 19th.

All canned food collected will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank that makes of difference in the lives of many local individuals and families in need.

QUESTIONS?

If you have any questions or need further assistance, please Contact Sue Beckham.

Thank you for your help and generosity 🙂
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Sunday School’s – Thanksgiving Canned Food Drive

This year’s Sunday School service project is called “The Thanksgiving Food Ingathering” – a canned food drive in support of Second Harvest Food Bank. All are invited to participate!

DONATIONS

Food bags will be distributed on November 6th to the congregation to take home, fill with canned goods and powdered milk, and then return on the following Sunday.

If you are not available to pick up a food bag, a “Drop Box” will be conveniently situated just inside the Big Red Doors leading into the sanctuary. Donations will be accepted between October 30th – November 13th.

All canned food collected will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank that makes of difference in the lives of many local individuals and families in need.

QUESTIONS?

If you have any questions or need further assistance, please Contact Sue Beckham.

Thank you for your help and generosity 🙂
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Thanksgiving Day Service – Nov. 24th

Begin this day set aside as a national holiday for celebration and thanksgiving with a time of worship with the faith community at St. Thomas.

An attitude of gratitude brings healing to the body and renewal to the spirit. It is a wonderful time to remember the hospitality once showed the pilgrim settlers in 1621 by native American people in the breaking of the bread shared during the Eucharist or holy communion. It is also a time we can offer continued prayer for our country and all of its people today.

WORSHIP SERVICE – TIME, DATE & PLACE

Worship Service will begin at 10:00 AM on Thursday, November 24th in the sanctuary at St. Thomas Episcopal Church – see Directions & Campus Map.

Slider image is derived from Happy Thanksgiving card crafted by Kristin Munday; design courtesy of Cranberry Hill Mercantile in Sunnyvale.

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