If you’re going to be in town without family on Thanksgiving, the Cathedral of Hope wants you to know you do have a family here — one of choice. The church is hosting its annual worship-and-feast Thanksgiving Day celebration. It begins with services at 11 a.m., immediately followed by a potluck dinner.
But this being a queer church, the menu is a little, umm, queer. Entrees and sides include turkey chili, creamed butternut squash soup, mixed-greens salad, homemade cornbread and hot apple cider, among other items. All you need to bring is your appetite. (They are requesting a dessert, but it is not required.) Then it’s on to the more traditional celebrations, including football on the big screen.