St. Michael's Parish once again provided the community with a delicious turkey dinner. We are pleased by the continuous growth of the feeding program which is designed to bring people together for a community meal. We advertise in our local paper, and of course happy participants spread the word.
The cook and manager of the event is our parish priest, Fr. Peter Preble. Endearing is what he is to all. As I entered the parish hall yesterday, all I could smell was the turkey's cooking in preparation for the feast. Since he was up at 5:00 A.M., I can only imagine how exhausted he had to be last night. We are fortunate to have him in our small brim-filled parish, filled with activity which is Christian driven. People that contribute to the basket on the refreshment table are feeding our local food share program. So we feed to feed other's. This is a bible solution.
I don't think that many parishes can hold a candle to ours. We focus on our brother, beginning with our own congregation each Sunday. So, look forward to December 17th. for a great meal, hospitality and pastry that's prepared the way mom did it, the old fashioned way.
We're here to serve you, and serve you we did. And, while your at it, don't forget our Sunday Liturgy begins at 10 A.M., your invited.
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