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Church Calendar published Nov. 26, 2022

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Old Log Church

PENNOCK — A pioneer Advent service will be at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 27, in the Old Log Church of Norway Lake. Hear the Christmas story as it was told 150 years ago out on the Sunburg prairie. There will be traditional hymn singing in Norwegian and English along with a Reader’s Theatre. Dress warm as the church is not heated. The log church address is 9601 195 Ave. N.W. Pennock, which is north of Kandiyohi County Road 40, west of New London.

Trinity Lutheran

GROVE CITY — The 28th annual “Christmas at Trinity” will be from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Dec. 3, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Grove City. There will be cards, napkins, quilts, crafts, baked goods, lefsa and ethnic goodies for sale. Brunch will be served; adult tickets are $13, ages 10 and under are $6, take-outs are $13, coffee and roll for $4.

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Litchfield Area Christian Women

LITCHFIELD — The Litchfield Area Christian Women will have “The Flavor of Christmas” coffee and rolls at 9:30 a.m. Friday, Dec. 9, at the Church of the Nazarene in Litchfield. Debra Lord of Indianola, Iowa, will present “Yuletide Morsels, An Unexpected Gift,” about finding peace and hope in difficult circumstances, God’s provision and faithfulness. The Mike Kingery family will provide the music. Tickets are $5. Reservations deadline is noon Dec. 5. Call Barb Werner at 320-693-2504 . Walk-ins are welcome.

First Lutheran

LITCHFIELD — The 69th annual St. Lucia breakfast will be from 6 to 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, at First Lutheran Church in Litchfield. Traditional Swedish breakfast with the option of scrambled eggs. Adult tickets are $10, ages 6 to 10 years are $5, under 6 eat free.

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