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*Public Invited to Attend Epiphany Church Thanksgiving Dinner

Photo of last year's Thanksgiving Dinner at Epiphany Church
CNBNewsnet (Gloucester City, NJ)(November 13, 2019)--The Epiphany Church, Monmouth and Sussex Streets,  is  holding its second annual “Friendsgiving” dinner on TUESDAY, Nov. 26.  "Last year dinner was such a success we had to move it from the Church facility to the Pine Grove Civic Association on 9th and Jersey Ave.", said Pastor Joe Marlin.
"Nobody has to go without a traditional turkey dinner and all the sides or be alone this holiday.  Everyone is welcome to come eat, and those who are able to help serve and clean up. I would like to thank everyone from the community who signed up to cook turkeys and sides this year! We are expecting 200 guests," the Pastor said. 

Epiphany church plans to make the meal an annual event, to provide “a warm and welcoming atmosphere for families to gather as a community and give thanks.

 "It a good thing to meet with others and give thanks. Giving thanks reminds us that there is someone to give thanks to. Despite the fact that our lives may be hard at times, our lives are not guided by blind fate, but by a God who loves us. Epiphany is a place where that love can be felt. It is not a place where anyone is put to shame but a place where, by God’s grace, you don’t have to stay the sam," said Pastor Marlin.

     Epiphany Church is a new and growing church in town that meets at the First Baptist building at 5 pm every Sunday and shares community dinners once a month. They serve the Food Bank of South Jersey every month and have programs for children and youth. They maintain an open invitation to anyone to join them. For questions, call or text the church office at (856) 432-2118.