You can do that at our wonderful Thanksgiving morning worship service at 10AM.
This year, make this your most important Thanksgiving tradition!
Let us come before His presence with thanksgiving, and make a joyful noise unto Him with psalms.(Psalm 95:2)
Our Food Pantry clients will enjoy turkey and the fixings this Thanksgiving thanks to the efforts of our Food Pantry workers on Thursday.
Donnie Lewis, who manages our Food Pantry, rallied her Food Pantry volunteers and assistance from Dexter House, to hand out approximately 80 turkeys and meal accompaniments to Food Pantry clients.
It was a joy to see this annual tradition return after the long pandemic hiatus!
Sometimes life gets busy and things are put aside for a bit. For those who have not yet pledged for 2024, we’re reaching out with hearts full of hope and a simple ask: support our church, support our community.
In the past year, we’ve seen incredible moments of kindness, connection, and growth within our church family. But to keep this flame alive, we need your support.
Your pledge of financial support, will help us extend our arms further into the Cecil County community helping the hungry and homeless, supporting our programs for senior ministry, our Recovery ministry, teaching our children, and maintaining the warm embrace of our sacred space.
Let’s weave a tapestry of love, compassion, and faith together. Your support means the world to us.
To donate, please the pledge button on this website or drop your pledge envelope in the offering plate on Sunday.
Thank you for being the heartbeat of our community.
Fr. John and the Vestry of St. Mary Anne’s