The meal is free, but donations are accepted. If you're stopping through on your way somewhere else, you're welcome.
Unity Missionary Baptist Church in Cheyenne recently voted to stop preparing and serving its free annual Thanksgiving Day meal.
Guests may dine in or carry out. If you're visiting family or friends, you're welcome. There is a five-plate maximum per vehicle for take-outs.
Sisters Isabella and Natalia Calderon, a sophomore and freshman at Hart High School, have volunteered at the event for several years.
The Point Pleasant Presbyterian Church hosted its annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner where members of the congregation and community volunteers work together to provide a homemade meal for guests. Carry-out plates will be available as well.
Pretty Rick said he's had a tough couple of years and sometimes had to go without lunch or dinner.
How fitting the name is - Community Thanksgiving Dinner. Past year they delivered 225 meals and also provided meals for the New Castle Police Department. Carryout meals are offered for those who are immobile and have no means of transportation.
Churches offer Thanksgiving dinner
From 1-5 p.m. Karma in Cullman will also be on-site, taking applications from families who might need help over the Christmas holidays.
The St. Ignatius Christian Missionary Alliance Church is hosting the event.
Sponsored by Cullman area churches.
They kitchen crew will begin its day Thursday with a 9 a.m.
"Operation Turkey" delivers hot meals and other necessities to people in need on Thanksgiving Day. "So far, we have more than 200 people who have confirmed they are coming, but we plan on expecting far more than that".
A Thanksgiving meal will be served at noon Wednesday at Williams Chapel AME Church at 1198 Glover St., Orangeburg.