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Livingston Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration to be Held Sunday

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Cantor Perry Fine leading a rehearsal of the Voices of Harmony Interfaith Chorus
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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Mark your calendar: The Livingston Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration will be held this Sunday, Nov. 19, at 5 p.m. at St. Philomena’s Roman Catholic Church, located at 369 S. Livingston Avenue.

This free, special event has been a major program involving the majority of churches and temples throughout the community. The event was a major highlight of the Livingston Bicentennial Celebration in 2013 and has continued with growing momentum each year.

The program features beautiful and inspirational presentations from members of the clergy and many members of the Livingston community. There will be musical presentations from several of the local adult and children’s choirs.

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Highlighted will be the Voices in Harmony, Interfaith Choir, led by Cantor Perry Fine from Temple Beth Shalom. This choir was formed as part of the Bicentennial Celebration and has become very well known in Livingston and throughout other communities in New Jersey.

As the festive holiday season is about to begin, there is no better way to get into the spirit of the season than to come and take in the beauty of this special program.

The program is sponsored by the Livingston Interfaith Clergy Association and the Township of Livingston.

Special thanks to Pastor Daniel Martian, Cantor Perry Fine and Monsignor Robert Fuhrman for coordinating this special program.

Light refreshments will be served following the program.

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