Thanksgiving Hour of Power and Kickball Tournament

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Start Your Thanksgiving with an Hour of Power and Fun!

This Thanksgiving, start your day with a meaningful and energizing Hour of Power at our church. While your turkeys are roasting and the pies are baking, join us for an hour of inspirational worship, prayer, and thanksgiving. It’s a perfect way to set a grateful tone for the day ahead.

Event Highlights:

  • Hour of Power: From powerful prayers to uplifting music, this hour is designed to fill your heart with gratitude and joy. Reflect on your blessings and share in the communal spirit of thanksgiving.
  • Family-Friendly: This event is perfect for the whole family. Children, adults, and elders alike are welcome to join in this special hour.
  • Timing: Scheduled conveniently in the morning, so it doesn’t interfere with your Thanksgiving meal preparations.

Kickball Tournament:

  • Fun After Worship: Following the Hour of Power, we’ll transition to a spirited kickball tournament. It’s a great way to enjoy the holiday in fellowship and fun.
  • Teams and Play: All ages and skill levels are welcome to participate. Teams will be formed on the day, so bring your game spirit!
  • Refreshments Provided: We’ll have light refreshments available to keep players and spectators energized.

Join Us:

  • Everyone is Welcome: Whether you’re a regular attendee or visiting for the first time, we invite you to be part of this special Thanksgiving event.
  • Bring Friends and Family: The more, the merrier! Extend this invitation to friends and family who would enjoy starting their Thanksgiving with community and cheer.
  • No Registration Needed: Just show up with your Thanksgiving spirit!

This Thanksgiving, let’s come together for an Hour of Power to give thanks and then kick off some fun with our kickball tournament. It’s a unique and joyful way to celebrate this day of gratitude.

For more information, please contact Pastor Denora Rodriguez.

“Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name.” – Psalm 100:4


November 28
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