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Shoreham news for Dec. 9

SHOREHAM — Due to the rise in COVID cases, the Shoreham Congregational Church has changed its plans for this year’s Christmas Eve service. An alternative service of prayer and meditation will replace the traditional Christmas Eve service.

The Church Sanctuary will be open between 4 and 6 p.m. on Christmas Eve  for anyone to come for a time of prayer and meditation during this holy season.  There will be recorded music and printed meditations available to celebrate the birth of Christ. All are invited to come any time between 4 and 6 p.m. and stay for 15 minutes or an hour, to find a place of quiet and inspiration during this most busy time of year. Facemasks are required regardless of vaccination status.

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