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Marlborough, Hudson faith communities hold Thanksgiving celebration Nov. 15

Marlborough/Hudson – Seventeen faith communities in Hudson and Marlborough are offering the public an hour of music, readings, and reflections, followed by refreshments and fellowship. The event will take place at an interfaith Thanksgiving celebration to be held Thursday, Nov. 15, at 7 p.m., and includes a talk by Rabbi Scott Sokol of Temple Emanuel. A collection will be taken for the Marlborough Homeless Shelter.

Marlborough faith communities participating are the Baha's Community; Holy Trinity Anglican Church; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; First Church of Christ, Scientist; First Church of Marlborough (Congregational); First United Methodist Church; Immaculate Conception Church; New Life Fellowship Church of the Nazarene; Saint Matthias Church; Saints Anargyroi Greek Orthodox Church; Saint Stephen Lutheran Church; and Temple Emanuel. Hudson churches include First Federated Church, First United Methodist Church, Good News Christian Church, Saint Luke's Episcopal Church, and the Unitarian/Universalist Church.

First United Methodist Church, 52 Church St. in Marlborough, is hosting the Thanksgiving celebration.

The event is sponsored by the Greater Marlborough-Hudson Interfaith Association.? For further information, call 508-983-4134.

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