Sunday, November 25 on the liturgical calendar is Christ the King Sunday. All commemorations, recognitions, holy days and festivals flow into this day which proclaims the reign of Christ over all things. We shall celebrate that and offer our thanks for the heritage of our faith by affirming our places in the Christian Church through our involvement as members of Peace. If you have not done so already, please return your estimate of giving cards. We’ll collect nonperishables for the Wayland Food Pantry.
A potluck brunch follows the service on Sunday. Bring anything you care to share with the rest of us. There will be craft projects for the children.
Thanks to everyone who attended the Wayland Thanksgiving service at Temple Shir Tikvah. Kim Ho did her usual fine job of telling about Family Promise. As you know, her reports are always personal, heart-felt, clear and inviting. Folks from the Islamic Center including the president, indicated their community’s intention to be involved with Family Promise. New volunteers will probably come from the Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit as well, following Kim’s presentation. Happy Thanksgiving to all of you!