Stevensville Hosts Thanksgiving Feast

Stevensville Church members determined to do something special for their community. They decided to host a harvest and thanksgiving dinner. They put posters up all around town and personally distributed invitation letters. As a result, more than 50 members, neighbors and friends joined together to celebrate God's blessings in the special dinner held at the church.

A festive mood, complete with candles and autumn leaves, filled the multipurpose room. The afternoon included craft activities for the youngsters. Rob Liss, Stevensville Church associate pastor, led out with prayer and Scripture readings. Guests were then treated to a lavish full-course feast. Gary Patchen added to the atmosphere by playing guitar music softly in the background as guests dined.

Liss asked the question, “What are you thankful for?” Many guests replied with various comments. There was a warm feeling of peace and love throughout the entire afternoon, and many new friendships were made.

February 10, 2015 / Montana Conference
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