Source: Chicago Daily Herald
On November 27, 2002 the Chicago Daily Herald reported that "a smorgasbord of religions will emphasize the spiritual side of Thanksgiving next week. Participants in the DuPage Interfaith Thanksgiving Service will include Muslims, Catholics, Jews, Zoroastrians, Hindus, Sikhs, Bahais and theosophists. The annual service began in the early 1990s after members of the DuPage Interfaith Resource Network decided they could find common ground in recognizing that Thanksgiving goes deeper than turkey and football. The ceremony will involve prayer and music from the different faiths. For example, the Benedictine monks of St. Procopius will perform a Gregorian chant, the choir from Lombard's Congregation Etz Chaim will sing and a cantor from the Islamic Foundation in Villa Park will chant from the Quran."