The Shepherd’s Table will serve a traditional Thanksgiving feast, when they meet on the first Thursday of December at the First Presbyterian Church of Paris. The take out service will begin at 4:30 pm, December 2nd, at the Fellowship Hall, located at 105 S. Market St., next to the Post office in Downtown Paris. The meal was so popular in November that they will do it again for December, this time the church promises to have plenty more to feed as many as possible. But, all the same, it is first come first serve. It may not be turkey and dressing, but no one will leave empty-handed.
Due to Covid safety regulations at this time the meals will be served curbside only. The volunteers ask that you approach the church on Blythe St. and park by the gate next to the church playground. Overflow traffic will be directed to the First Presbyterian parking lot across the street from the church and instructed to move curbside as space becomes available.
December’s meal will include roasted turkey, homemade dressing, sweet potato casserole, and green beans. Delicious pumpkin pie will be served for dessert. Shepherd’s Table is open to everyone. If you are in need or just want a break from cooking. Visit us for supper to go next Thursday night.
More information about volunteering or donating to the Shepherd’s Table may be obtained by calling The First Presbyterian Church of Paris, at (731) 642-2962. If no answer, please leave a message, someone will get back to you as soon as possible. The church welcomes everyone and hopes to see you on Thursday, December 2nd, beginning at 4:30pm.