Dear Friends,
We hope you will be able to join us for the Multi Faith Thanksgiving service on November 23 at 5:00 PM at St. Michael and All Angels Church in Concord. It will give us an opportunity to express gratitude for our blessings and hear an inspiring call to action for  the work of our Multi Faith A.C.T.I.O.N. Coalition.  It will be an uplifting and informative service with clergy from all over the County participating. Please join us and spread the word to others in your congregation.

We would ask that you publicize this service in your community (See attached flier)  and if members of your choir would like to join the Multi Faith Choir for the event, please contact Cantor Korn at cantor.korn@temple-isaiah.org.

With hopes for peace and blessings,

Rabbi Roberto D. Graetz    Rev. Fred Weidmann    Rev. Will McGarvey
Thanksgiving Multi-Faith Celebration & Service
Inspiring call to action by
Rev. Phillip Lawson

Clergy from across the County

With a Multi-Faith Choir 
Led by Cantor Leigh Korn

Sunday, November 23
5:00 p.m.

St. Michael & All Angels
Episcopal Church
2925 Bonifacio Street, Concord

Refreshments will be served.
Find Inspiration 
Share Gratitude for Abundance
Commit to Confronting Poverty

For more information, please email contactmfac@gmail.com.

Sponsored By:
Multi-Faith A.C.T.I.O.N. Coalition

(Advocates & Communities Taking Action 4 Our Neighbors)

We are a Multi-faith coalition of Contra Costa County residents working together to address the root causes of poverty through advocacy and public policy change.  Our shared values and our experiences as faith groups providing food, shelter and other services make us strong voices for those in need.
Help us spread the word about our Thanksgiving service by inviting others in the community. If you would like to share our flyer with others, please visit our website http://www.MultiFaithACTIONCoalition.org for links to our event flyer.

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