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A Multifaith Thanksgiving Service This Weekend In Chattanooga

Banner for Thanksgiving MultiFaith Service.
Pilgrim Congregational Church

As this Thanksgiving approaches, the world is again in turmoil.

This weekend here in Chattanooga, a multifaith Thanksgiving service seeks to light a candle despite the darkness.

Sunday’s service begins at 4 PM at Pilgrim Congregational Church - 400 Glenwood Drive.

Craig Lewis is the Rabbi of Mizpah Congregation.

Allison Bright is associate minister at First Christian Church Chattanooga.

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