Nutley Clergy Fellowship hosts Community Thanksgiving Service

The Nutley Community Thanksgiving Service will be held live virtually on Monday evening, November 23, at 7:30 p.m. on Zoom.

There will be a time of remembrance for the struggles of this past year and a time of thanksgiving for God’s grace and presence through it all. Rev. Jill Fenske of Franklin Reformed Church will give the message, area clergy will participate, there will be the blowing of the shofar, music will be offered, Mayor Mauro Tucci will share remarks, and the service will close with candle lighting.

Worshippers are invited to have a candle ready at home to light during the candle lighting. An offering will be invited for the COVID relief work of the Nutley Family Service
Bureau at NFSB Donation Page .

The Nutley Clergy Fellowship cordially invites the entire community to attend this interfaith service online at Grace Church Zoom Link or call in at 646-876-9923 (Meeting ID 851 518 546).

Thanksgiving blessings to all.

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The Nutley Community Thanksgiving Service will be held live virtually on Monday evening, November 23, at 7:30 p.m. on Zoom.

There will be a time of remembrance for the struggles of this past year and a time of thanksgiving for God’s grace and presence through it all. Rev. Jill Fenske of Franklin Reformed Church will give the message, area clergy will participate, there will be the ...

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