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Connecting Hearts Through Service

dot_flyer2015Sunday, December 6
Crossroads United Methodist Church
43454 Crossroads Dr, Ashburn VA 20147

In honor of the Day of Thanks, we gather to celebrate our shared value of love and service.

OUR CELEBRATION WILL INCLUDE:

  • COLLECTION OF FOOD FROM THE FOLLOWING WISH LIST (AS REQUESTED BY LOUDOUN INTERFAITH RELIEF): Cereal, 100% Juice, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
    Canned Meats (tuna or chicken), Mac and Cheese, Peanut Butter, Hearty Soups
  • GIFT CARDS TO AREA GROCERY STORES AND/OR MONETARY DONATIONS HELP SUPPORT OUR MISSION AND ARE GREATLY APPRECIATED.
  • STORIES OF “INSPIRING ACTS” OF SERVICE BY OUR SPECTACULAR YOUTH • SHARING A SIMPLE MEAL OF RICE & BEANS TO LOVINGLY REMEMBER THE FRIENDS WHO ARE HUNGRY ALL OVER THE WORLD
  • HEARING ABOUT THE WORK OF LOUDOUN INTERFAITH RELIEF AND HUNGER STATISTICS IN LOUDOUN COUNTY.
  • INTERFAITH PRAYER OF THANKSGIVING BY OUR INSPIRING YOUTH

2012 Interfaith Day of Thanks and Service

dot2012Sunday, November 4
3:00 – 7:00 pm.

Location: 3 Congregations, within walking distance: one Jewish – Beth Chaverim, one Muslim – ADAMS (All Dulles Area Muslim Society in Ashburn) and one Christian – Christian Fellowship Church. We will gather at:

Christian Fellowship Church
21673 Beaumeade Circle
Ashburn, VA 20147

Loudoun Interfaith BRIDGES is currently accepting applications for the Community Youth Award for Multicultural and Interfaith Leadership, to be presented at the Day of Thanks and Service. Loudoun County residents in grades 9-12 are eligible. To learn more and to download an application, click here.

At “The Day of Thanks and Service” participants will engage the theme of hunger in creative and meaningful ways. All ages, across our diversity, will work together in preparing food for our local food pantry, Loudoun Interfaith Relief, helping to construct a “Quilt of Hope,” and learning from a panel of local experts about local hunger. A self selected group will also have the opportunity to join in the project of preparing our meal, which we have titled “Multicultural Soup.” At the close of the day we will share our Vegetarian “Multicultural Soup,” as well as bread donated by and representative of the many faith communities of Loudoun Interfaith BRIDGES. All ages are encouraged to attend. This is a chance to give back, while gaining new friends.