The Thanksgiving Interfaith Service has a wonderful program for everyone in Livingston.
Adult and Youth Choirs with over 60 singers from throughout the entire interfaith community.
Meaningful presentations by many of the Clergy from Temples and Churches throughout Livingston.
Heartfelt comments from many local residents who want to share their stories.
An opportunity to help those in need by participating in a food drive for distribution to Livingston’s CHOW project.
A candle lighting ceremony that will light up all of your emotions leading to the beginning of the Season of Celebration.
Delicious refreshments will be provided with a chance for all attendees to interface with many members of our community.
And a special surprise…The Bicentennial Committee that sponsored last year’s full house Thanksgiving Interfaith Service is providing free of charge for every family or individual attending this year’s program with a copy of “200 Years…A Bicentennial Portrait of Livingston Township” The commemorative book was written especially for the Bicentennial Celebration by Livingston Historian, Barry Evenchick.
The Service will be held on Sunday November 23 at 5:00 PM.
The location will be at St. Philomena Roman Catholic Church, 386 S. Livingston Ave.