Hudson: Unitarian Church’s Thanksgiving service« Back to Events
All are welcome to join the Thanksgiving Family Service at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson which will consider, through Native American storytelling, music, and dance, how best to live in harmony with one another and the earth.
The history of Thanksgiving is complex and for indigenous people it is considered a day of mourning. At the Sunday, Nov. 24 service learn and make connections with White Mountain Apache Loril Moondream, Iroquois B’N’Ducco and T’K’Lyn Song, Blackfoot Peter White Fox, Shawnee Wejua, and Penobscot Barbara Giammarino. The service, to be held from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m., will be led by the Rev. Alice Anacheka-Nasemann, lifelong learning director Deborah Levering, Moondream and friends from the Medicine Mammals Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.
For more information call the church office, located at 80 Main St. in Hudson, at 978-562-9180 or visit www.ucmh.org.