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Community Thanksgiving Service

The Interfaith Council of the Chathams and Green Village will be holding the Annual Chatham Community Thanksgiving Service on Tuesday, November 23rd at 7:30 p.m. The one-hour service will be held at Chatham United Methodist Church at 460 Main Street in Chatham, NJ. The ecumenical worship service is open to the entire Chatham community. All friends and neighbors across all faiths and traditions are invited in celebration of the many blessings we share. Several members of the Chatham clergy will participate as well as combined choruses from the Chatham community houses of worship will be featured in the service.

All are invited to remain after the service for a light reception. Not required but much appreciated, are donations of nonperishable food items which will be donated to the CUMC Food Pantry. Monies collected in the traditional offering at the service will be donated to the Chatham Emergency Squad serving both Chatham Borough and Chatham Township.

The Interfaith Council of the Chathams and Green Village is a group of clergy and religious leaders representing the many diverse Chatham churches, congregations, parishes and religious denominations. They meet monthly to discuss relevant issues and support our faith communities. They also sponsor annual, interfaith events such as the Thanksgiving Interfaith Service. Representing faith communities include Chatham-Summit Quaker Meeting, Chatham United Methodist Church, Corpus Christi Parish Community, Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, the Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township, St. Patrick Parish, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, and Stanley Congregational Church.