LAUREL HILL — With the holidays just around the corner, the north county town of Laurel Hill prepares for its annual launch of the season with its community-wide Harvest Supper.
“This is when as many of our Laurel Hill churches as possible come together each year for a combined service and supper on the Wednesday one week before Thanksgiving,” the Rev. Mike McVay, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Laurel Hill, said. “The service is led by a different local congregation each year. We are proud to have Ebenezer Baptist joining us this year, and they will be leading the worship service with their pastor, Brother Jonathan Shepherd, bringing the message.”
The supper is always held in First Baptist Church’s Fellowship Hall, which has the largest capacity of any of the town’s other churches, though hosting duties rotate among the other congregations. The event begins at 6:30 p.m.
“Please come join us as we worship together as a community of believers before enjoying a great meal and fellowship time,” McVay said.