Local ministers virtual Thanksgiving service Sunday
The Mocksville Ministerial Alliance is sponsoring a virtual Community Thanksgiving Service on Sunday, Nov. 22.
This YouTube service will be available all day Sunday and thereafter.
The sermon will be given by the Rev. Natalie Gray of First United Methodist Church of Mocksville.
Other participants will include: Pastor Fred Terry, Second Presbyterian Church; the Rev. Dr. Glenn Myers, First United Methodist Church; Father Dan Wall, Rector, Episcopal Church of the Ascension at Fork; Carole Demmy, Holy Cross Lutheran Church; the Rev. Dana Fruits, First Presbyterian Church of Mocksville; the Rev. Chance Kuzma, First Baptist Church of Mocksville; the Rev. Nathan Bratton, St. John’s AME Zion Church; the Rev. Nettye Barber, New Jerusalem Apostolic Church; and the Rev. Father Eric Kowalski, St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church.
The music was selected and the YouTube recordings were arranged by the Rev. Natalie Gray and Tommy Dunn, both of First United Methodist Church.
“An offering is designated to make our community a better place,” Carole Demmy said.
Benefitting in equal measure will be The Advocacy Center of Davie County, A Storehouse for Jesus, and Our Daily Bread Food Pantry. To give an offering for this purpose, submit it through your church or to one of the participants’ churches, noting “Community Thanksgiving Service” on the memo line of the check or offering envelope.
View the service at: https://youtu.be/hDX2SZoB8Vs.