Charles Dickens knew what he was talking about when he wrote of the “ghosts” of Christmas! Our Holy Days are permeated with thoughts and memories of those who have lived among us, loved us and been loved by us, but who now reside with God on another shore. On November 20, at 6 p.m. join us in the church as we celebrate those persons who we still love but see no longer. Persons are asked, if they so choose, to bring a picture of their loved ones to place on the altar prior to the service. This is an offering of thanksgiving and a reminder of the light of God that shines through the darkness. Please feel free to bring your families and friends.