A church in the Bangor area celebrates Thanksgiving with a 1621-style service.
|"Pilgrims" and "Indians" greet each other.||Men sit on one side of the church, women on the other.|
|The tithingman keeps order and wakes nappers.||Several Mayflower descendants attended the service.|
|The pastor's sermon was a condensed version of a 45-minute sermon first delivered in 1621, and the music was from a seventeenth-century hymnal.||And then the feast! Venison, partridge, pumpkin soup, wild rice, and cornbread accompanied the "traditional" turkey, cranberries, and pies.|
Church members and their guests decided:
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