Sunday, December 6th (time TBD – early evening) join us for a St. Nicholas Dinner.
St. Nicholas was a 4th century Christian bishop who helped the needy. He is know as the protector of children and sailors and is associated with gift-giving.
As we gather together, Pastor Kathryn will share the story of St. Nicholas with the children. We’ll enjoy fellowship over dinner. There may be a special visit from St. Nicholas and the rumor is that we may sing some Christmas carols.
We recognize the work of St. Nicholas by asking you to bring white socks, hats or scarves that we will give to the San Francisco Night Ministry. They give them to homeless people who are out on the streets of San Francisco to help them stay warm during the cold nights.
This is an event that everyone will enjoy!