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SHELBURNE — The First Congregational church of Shelburne has a video of our car parking zone Communion service performed final Sunday, which was Worldwide Communion Sunday. The pastor, Rev. Robert Gormbley, is on trip this week. The Communion service is accessible through our church’s web site at shelburnechurch.org.
ASHFIELD — The First Congregational Church (UCC) of Ashfield will maintain three fundraisers throughout October as a part of Ashfield’s Farmers Market, stated Wendy Prée, clerk and coordinator. “We’ll provide pumpkins and gourds, dried preparations, and handmade masks with a Halloween or vacation theme. We’ll even be promoting apple and pumpkin pies.” These fundraisers will happen on the primary three Saturdays in October, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m For more information, contact Prée 413-628-3875 or at email@example.com
SHELBURNE FALLS — Trinity Church, 17 Severance St., is as soon as once more internet hosting a free group meal each Friday from 5:30 to six p.m., served to-go by drive-thru and walk-up. All are welcome and no reservations are wanted. For extra data, name 413-625-2341.
The Interfaith Council of Franklin County is among the sponsors for “400 Years: Fact and therapeutic for the following seven generations,” an internet gathering set for Sunday, Oct. 18, at 2 p.m., to mark the anniversary of the 1620 touchdown of colonists on Native homelands within the Northeast. Indigenous voices on this system are Rhonda Anderson, Larry Noticed Crow Mann, John Peters, Bryan Blanchette and David Brule (program host).
The occasion guarantees ceremony, prayers, music and acts of solidarity. Different sponsors embrace Interfaith Alternatives Community, Nolumbeka Challenge, RiverCulture and Traprock Heart for Peace and Justice. For extra data, go to
SOUTH DEERFIELD — Holy Identify of Jesus Church in South Deerfield will maintain an annual Fall Bazaar on Saturday, Oct. 31, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. There can be takeout orders of pierogi (cheese, potato and cheese and cabbage), galabki (stuffed cabbage), do-it-yourself apple pies and French meat pies. Look ahead to extra data.
ASHFIELD — The First Congregational Church (UCC) of Ashfield is scheduling out of doors prayer providers till November, or so long as climate permits, each different Wednesday afternoon. We welcome others to affix us at four:30 p.m. on Wednesdays by means of October.
The Ashfield church continues to satisfy through Zoom each Sunday at 10 a.m. To obtain the Zoom assembly invitation and interactive bulletin, contact Wendy Prée, clerk, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or name 413-628-3875.
In a letter, the Rt. Rev. Douglas J. Fisher Bishop and an extended record of diocesan leaders encourage each eligible voter within the diocese to make sure that they’re registered and, if doable, to vote early (in individual or by mail), thereby avoiding lengthy traces at polling locations.
The decision to vote faithfully included an invite to volunteer from dwelling with two non-partisan organizations working to register voters across the nation. Reclaim Our Vote is a volunteer-driven, nonpartisan voter outreach marketing campaign organized by the Heart for Widespread Floor of Virginia. Religion Local weather Justice Voter Marketing campaign, organized by Interfaith Energy & Mild, mobilizes individuals of religion to vote with local weather and Creation in thoughts. “This election will set the course on local weather change and different vital points which are central to our religion. Many people think about it probably the most important election of our lifetime.”