ROCKLAND — Members of Adas Yoshuron Synagogue, in Rockland, and many community volunteers are getting ready for the 30th Annual Christmas Day Community Dinner on Wednesday, Dec. 25.
Appetizers are served at 12 noon and dinner at 1 p.m.
The meal is free to the public; all are welcome.
The meal, which features appetizers (donated by area restaurants) followed by roasted turkey with all the trimmings and an array of desserts (also made by area restaurants), takes place at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church at the corner of White and Limerock streets in Rockland.
“Meal coordinator Linda Garson Smith promises great food, good company, music, and lots of holiday cheer for anyone who attends this community event,” said the Synagogue, in a news release.
If you would like to help out on Christmas Day at St. Peter’s, contact the synagogue office, 594-4523, firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Thank you for making the holiday season brighter for the greater community!” said the Synagogue.
Located at 50 Willow Street in Rockland, Adas Yoshuron is an unaffiliated, all-inclusive synagogue serving the Jewish community of Midcoast Maine since 1912. All are welcome to all services and events.
A Hebrew School for grade-school children is open and accepting enrollment.