If you believe that your pet is more than just a pet and is a member of your family you might be interested in this!
Community members and their pets are invited to a Pet Blessing Service at 10 a.m. on Sunday September 24th. The service will be outdoors at the Hancock Town Memorial Lot located at the intersection of Route 1 and Point Road, adjacent to the Hancock Town Hall.
The informal service celebrates our pets and the important roles they play in our lives. The Blessing Service is sponsored by the Union Congregational Church of Hancock, a Open and Affirming congregation of the United Church of Christ. Pet or no pet, everyone is welcome to attend.
Children are invited to participate and all types of pets are welcome, leashed as appropriate. If your pet does not play well with others, you may use a carrier or bring a picture.  Dress for the weather and bring a chair.
In case of inclement weather, the service will be moved to the church, located at 1368 US Route 1 in Hancock. Please contact the church office at 422-3100 with any questions.
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