Fill The Chancel Food Drive

Conducted every November by Immanuel Lutheran Church & School– Palatine

Can you taste it? The turkey, the stuffing, cranberry sauce, sweet potato casserole with marshmallows….so yummy! How blest we are by the abundance we have been given by Christ. Let’s share that with those who would like to have some stuffing, or cranberry sauce or even a turkey! Please bring in non-perishable food items before Thanksgiving. Our chancel needs to fill up —there is plenty of room for cans and boxes of food.

What Can I Donate?

peanut butter
jelly
chunky soup
flour
sugar
baked beans
black beans
rice
instant mashed potatoes
salad dressings
pastas
crackers
applesauce
Jell-O

cereal
hot chocolate
spaghetti sauce
canned fruit
pancake mix
canned chicken
tuna
paper towels
laundry detergent
toilet paper
dish detergent
single serving coffee
Kool-Aid or crystal light
Please NO GREEN BEANS

Help Us Take the Food to the Pantry on Thanksgiving Day!

chancelfooddrive2Plan to stick around after the Thanksgiving Day worship service and help us move it in assembly line fashion to the food pantry in the south parking lot! It’s a lot of fun and goes very quickly!

 

Chancel: One of two main divisions of the worship space. It is the part of the building where the altar is located, that is, on its actual or so-called liturgical east end. In most church buildings the chancel is one or two steps higher than the nave.

Nave: The large, central area of the church building where the congregation (people) gathers for the service. In traditional churches the nave contains two or more rows of pews (benches) from front to back. Many churches of more modern architectural style have chairs that can be arranged or moved depending on what kind of service is held. To the east of the nave is the chancel and to the west is the narthex.

Narthex: The entryway leading from the outside of the church into the nave. The narthex is located at the liturgical west end of the building.