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Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God's grace in its various forms.
- 1 Peter 4:10
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Join us in attending the Annual Interfaith Service of Thanksgiving.
This year the service will be hosted by the Saint James Lutheran Church here in Southbury. All are welcome.
The event will begin at 7pm, and will include readings and remarks by leaders of many of Southbury and Woodbury's houses of worship.
A free will offering will benefit the Fuel banks of Southbury and Woodbury.
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Watch an interview - Rabbi Eric Polokoff and Reverend Walter Pittman sat down for an interview with former First Selectman Ed Edelson to discuss the history of this community event, share some amusing anecdotes and preview this year’s service
When the entire world is rejoicing, why am I the only one in pain?
Christmas is supposed to be a time of great joy, but for many it brings only sadness and painful memories. Holidays can be a difficult time for those who have lost loved ones, are suffering from a broken relationship, have lost their job, or are just “feeling blue.” This year, we will again be offering a special service to reach out to those who are struggling this holiday season.
Join us Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 7 pm for a
Service of Remembrance
If you know someone who is in need of God’s comfort and assurance this holiday season, please invite them to come with you. We will celebrate the memory of loved ones who have passed away, and make doves for them. The doves will be hung on the greens in our Sanctuary for the Christmas season. Please call the Church Office and let us know if there is someone you want remembered at this service.