The Annual Community Thanksgiving Service sponsored by the Greeneville/Greene County Ministerial Association will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 19, at Greeneville Seventh-day Adventist Church.
The Rev. Dr. Sam Puckett, Chaplain at Holston United Methodist Home for Children, will preach the service.
Additional leadership will be provided by members of the Ministerial Association.
The Tusculum College Community Chorus, directed by Dr. David Hendricksen, will provide music.
Proceeds from an offering will be divided between the Opportunity House and the Greeneville-Greene County Community Ministries Food Bank.
In addition, those in attendance are asked to bring food items as part of the offering.
Food items may include canned goods, peanut butter, flour, corn meal, soup, crackers, or macaroni and cheese. These are items included in every food basket provided by the Food Bank.
The Food Bank and Opportunity House were established by the Ministerial Association to provide assistance to families and individuals who find themselves in the midst of difficult and trying circumstances, according to a spokesperson.
"The public is invited to share in this opportunity to express our gratitude for the many and manifold blessings we enjoy," the spokesperson said in a news release.