On Thanksgiving Day, the Parish Church of St. Helena will host the 42nd Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner, Thursday, November 25th, starting 11am at the church’s Parish Hall at 507 Newcastle Street in Downtown Beaufort.
As always, all are welcome.
Providing a free Thanksgiving dinner for the community is one of the favorite traditions at the Parish Church of St. Helena, with over one thousand traditional Thanksgiving meals served each year. Rosalind Dixon, who coordinates the meal, said the church expects to carve up more than 60 turkeys for the event, which is in its 42nd year.
This year, the sit-down dinner is also back at the church. So you may come and dine with friends, family and the community.
Drive up take-away meals are also available for those who need one or for want to carry meals to the elderly or home bound, and delivery to home bound is also available.
The food is donated to the church and the dinner is a gift to the community with the cost only being a smile and thankful heart.
Visit https://www.sthelenas1712.org/ for more info.