The church’s annual Thanksgiving Eve gathering “allows the local community to come together in celebration of the diversity of our community,” says UCP’s website. “We share the unity of our humanity in the simple, yet universal message of ‘giving thanks to God’ for the gift of each other and lift up the call anew to care for our neighbors and neighborhood.”
The service is Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the UCP Sanctuary, 11508 North Shore Dr.
Participants will include:
• All-Dulles Area Muslim Society
• Shoreshim Community
• St. John Neumann Roman Catholic Church
• Unitarian Universalist Church, Reston
• Hunter Mill Supervisor Cathy Hudgins
• Del. Ken Plum
A social time for connecting and re-connecting follows the service.
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