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St. Paul's Episcopal Church in La Porte will hold an Epiphany Tea on Jan. 7.

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Eucharist Christmas Eve service

La PORE – St. Paul's Episcopal Church at 1000 Michigan Ave. in La Porte, will hold a song eucharist Christmas Eve at 6 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend the service, in which The Rev. John Houghton will celebrate holy communion and deliver the sermon. The church is handicap accessible from the Harrison Street entrance. There will be no service Christmas Day.

 

Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve services

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Special Christmas Eve services

La PORTE – The Presbyterian Church of La Porte at 307 Kingsbury Ave. is hosting special services tor all ages on Christmas Eve. A 6 p.m. service will feature a live manger scene, with every child and adult will be invited to come to the front of the sanctuary dressed as angels, shepherds, wise men, animals, or Mary and Joseph as they enter the scene. An The 11 p.m. service will be contemplative, with a Christmas Eve message from the Rev. Peggy Casteel-Huston and Christmas songs. For more information, contact 219-362-6219 or yourhomechurch.org.

 

Epiphany Tea at St Paul's

La PORTE — St. Paul's Episcopal Church in La Porte will host its annual Epiphany Tea Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020, in the parish hall, 706 Harrison St., at 1 p.m. The public is invited, free of charge.

This is the 129th Epiphany tea at St. Paul's. Women of the parish bring open-face sandwiches, which are served with nuts, mints, tea and coffee. The highlight of the afternoon is the cutting of the Epiphany cake, baked by Irene Konieczny this year, and the reading of the poem which explains the meaning of the trinkets buried in it.

The parish house is handicap accessible.

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