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The Board of Music Ministry of the Orange Congregational Church invites the community to join in a festive concert on Sunday, December 3, 2023 at 4:00 pm. The Handbell Choir will perform seasonal selections as the audience joins in singing familiar carols.
The Holy Infant Women’s Guild’s Christmas Dinner is on Tuesday, December 5th, 5:45 pm at Gabriele’s Ristorante at 336 Boston Post Road in Orange. The cost is $40 per person. Dinner choices are Chicken Parmesan, Chicken Marsala, Scrod Calabrese, Eggplant Siciliana.
Join us on Friday, December 8th for Hanukkah Happy Hour, latkes and more…5:45pm-7:00pm, followed by a Shabbat Service & Menorah Lighting. We will finish up with an Oneg featuring sufganiyot, “Hanukkah donuts”. RSVP is a must by December 1st, 203.799.2341.
The first offering in the Music on the Green concert series at the Orange Congregational Church on Sunday, November 12, 2023 at 4:00 will feature Grace Cloutier, harp and David Enlow, organ. Together they are known as “Duo Celeste.” Enlow is an internationally acclaimed organist based in New York
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Temple Beth Sholom is hosting a paper shredding event on October 29th from 9am-12pm. Bring your old documents to be shredded securely and affordably. Hard drive destruction and computer recycling also available.
The Holy Infant Women’s Guild is having an outdoor rosary on Saturday, October 14th at 10am. It will be held in front of the statue of Mary on the church’s front lawn. This is in honor of the anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima and for all the intentions Our Lady asked us to pray for.
Congregation Or Shalom in Orange, CT offers a variety of weekly services, virtual learning, and special events for all ages.
Saint Barbara Greek Orthodox Church announced today details regarding ODYSSEY ’23: A Greek Festival. This 41st annual festival, to be held September 1-4, is a 4-day party featuring all things Greek, including mouthwatering cuisine, live music, dancing, and a bustling Hellenic agora (marketplace).
Please join us on Friday, September 8 at 5:00 pm for the Annual Temple Emanuel Family BBQ and Shabbat Under the Stars. This event is FREE for those who pre-register on the TE website – www.tegnh.org – and is open to both current and prospective members. Registration at the door is $10 per person