Mormons, Presbyterians, Lutherans, Catholics, and people from the Logan Muslim Center are among the religious groups scheduled to come together Sunday at the annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service.The service starts Sunday at 7 p.m. in the Logan Tabernacle and is sponsored by Cache Community Connections, a group of community and religious leaders that organized after the 2001 9-11 terror attacks.The group’s current chair, Pastor Corrine Tuhl of the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, says it’s an evening of gratitude and beautiful music that will be provided by the Imperial Glee Club, the Kingsmen Barbershop Quartet and the First Presbyterian Church Choir. There will also be a group of talented Indonesian women who happen to be in Cache Valley.”Some contributions are sung, but many are prayers from within a tradition,” Tuhl explains. “This year I’m reading from a current-day Lutheran theologian who’s speaking about diversity and how can we be together with diversity. Really lovely reading. So some will be doing that and others will be offering scripture.”Pastor Tuhl says everyone’s invited to attend the Thanksgiving service and there is no charge.
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