Brookline Interfaith Thanksgiving Service – November 18
Brookline Interfaith Thanksgiving Service
Sunday, November 18, 7:30 – 8:30 pm
First Parish in Brookline 382 Walnut Street
Join TBZ at the Brookline Interfaith Thanksgiving service. This service is open to all, and Reb Moshe and Rav Claudia will be participating. There will be hospitality following the service.
In honor of Thanksgiving we will collect Tzedakah offerings of money and non- perishables for The Brookline Emergency Food Pantry. The Food Pantry, housed in St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, was founded 12 years ago. It runs today largely because of the work of volunteers and generous donations from the community. It is led by a new manager, Rene Feuerman, a dynamic Brookline woman who is dedicated to meeting the nutritional needs of those in our community who are ” food insecure.”
The following canned or boxed goods (with valid expiration dates) are needed:
Macaroni and cheese
Pasta/ rice noodles-whole grain or protein enriched is best
Toothpaste, toilet paper, and shampoo
In addition, the Pantry can always use money to insure that staples, like bread and eggs, are available.
This event is organized and sponsored by the Brookline Clergy Association, whose members include-
Temple Beth Zion, The First Church in Chestnut Hill, Congregation Kehillath Israel, First Parish in Brookline, St. Mary of the Assumption Parish, Temple Ohabei Shalom, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Temple Sinai