Our Shepherd Lutheran plans Thanksgiving worship service


November 28, 1996|By Joni Guhne | Joni Guhne,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

YOUR HOLIDAY celebration begins this morning at the 10 o'clock Thanksgiving worship service at Our Shepherd Lutheran Church.

"Join us, and bring your visiting family members and friends," says Pastor Frederick Eichner. "This is a community holiday. Share it with the people who comprise your community."

There will be songs and scripture, fellowship and conversation.

The church is at 400 Benfield Road. Information: 647-1658.

Shopping ritual

The celebration continues with the ritual of shopping.

The Anne Arundel Community College annual Holiday Crafts Fair takes place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday in the college cafeteria.

The event is sponsored by the student association and health services office.

Information: (410) 541-2480.

The Christmas Bazaar at St. Martin's In the Field Episcopal Church is set for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Dec. 7.

This annual event highlights the work of 60 juried artisans, has plenty of boxwood trees and live green swags, and offers baby sitting.

For more information, call the church at 647-4268.

Art, Antique and Holiday Fare is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Dec. 6 and 7 in the Rew Great Room at Chesapeake Academy.

Work by regional artists Terri Fowler, Annette Macke, Anne Marie Esson, Myra Copus and Sally Clark will be for sale.

A preview party will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Dec. 5. You can attend the sale for free, but there is a $10 admission to the party.

For more information, call Nancy Sabold, 647-9612.

Jaycees' luminaria kits

The Severna Park Jaycees are again selling luminaria kits.

Include your neighborhood in the popular tradition of illuminating walkways and streets with the votive candles that symbolize bonfires built by shepherds traveling to Bethlehem.

Each $5 kit contains 10 candles and 10 paper bags. Proceeds support the Jaycees Community Center in Kinder Park.

Deadline for orders is Dec. 9.

Information: 787-0043.

Call for phone calls

Many of us are in the habit of saving grocery store receipts, which we give to our local schools to be redeemed for state-of-the-art technology.

Now we can accomplish the same thing each time we make a phone call from home.

Archbishop Spalding High, St. Johns the Evangelist, Severna Park Elementary and Chesapeake Montessori schools have joined the AT&T Learning Network Learning Points program.

Each time a person who has signed up for the program makes a qualifying AT&T phone call from home, the schools accumulate learning points that can be redeemed for computer and classroom instructional materials.

Call your school to get your school's learning point account number and program details.

Pub Date: 11/28/96

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