Continuing a long-standing community tradition, the Washington County Ministerial Alliance has announced the Annual Community Thanksgiving Service is scheduled for Tuesday, November 24 at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, 330 N. Buhrman, Nashville.
The much enjoyed Gospel sing will begin at 6:30 p.m., with the main service commencing at 7 p.m. Several ministers from neighborhood churches will be participating, including Pastor Scott Sharp (First Baptist), Father Andy Knopik (St. Ann’s Catholic), Pastor John Campbell (Oakdale United Presbyterian), Pastor Scott Osenbaugh (The Healing Place-Nashville Assembly of God), Pastor Syd Osenbaugh (The Healing Place-Nashville Assembly of God) (who will be delivering the sermon), and host pastor, Rev. Beverly Kahle of St. Paul’s.
The service will feature several hymns and musical selections enhancing the celebration of Thanksgiving, and will be followed afterwards by a cookie and punch gathering in St. Paul’s fellowship hall. A freewill offering will be received in support of the compassion efforts of the Washington County Ministerial Alliance. Throughout the year, the Alliance provides one-time assistance to persons needing help with a utility bill or one night’s lodging for transients or displaced persons.
More information about the service can be obtained by calling St. Paul’s at 327-4326.