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84 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, February 8 - Monday, February 11, 2008 FAITH & SPIRITUALITY DCHS students reach out with soup kitchen Delmarva Christian High School students and staff brave the cold Thursday, Jan. 24, to serve soup and sand- wiches outside Grace United Methodist Church in Georgetown. Taking part are (l-r) freshman Kayla Burd, Spanish teacher Janice Curtis and senior Tara Holland. Curtis said the month of January is set aside for students and staff to com- plete mission outreach proj- ects. Ron MacArthur photo Spiritual, aromatherapy classes set to begin Feb. 8 Common Scents Health & Wellness Center in Lewes recently announced its 2008 class schedule for Certified Clinical Aromatherapist and Healing Touch Spiritual Ministry. These classes are taught by instructors from the Institute of Spiritual Health and Aromatherapy. The first class, Sent to Heal and Anoint, will take place Friday- Sunday, Feb. 8-10, at Common Scents Health and Wellness Center at 34382 Carpenter's Way, Suite 6, Lewes. For more infor- mation or to register, visit www.ISHAhealing.com or call Barbara at 302-265-6929 to get a list of classes to be held through- out 2008. Healing Touch Spiritual Ministry (HTSM) is a multi-level educational program presenting healing based in the Judeo- Christian Scriptures. Students Continued on page 85 Religious Notes Steven Billups photo Conley's chapel marks 170th with historical marker The Delaware Public Archives dedicated a historical marker Sunday, Feb. 3, at Conley's United Methodist Chapel located at 22150 Robinsonville Road in Angola. This is a new style of marker with text on both sides and designed in a new color. Unveiling the marker are (l-r) Shirley Pettit and Mary Joseph, church members who organized the documents for the marker, and Rep. Pete Schwartzkopf, D-Rehoboth Beach. The text describing the historical signifi- cance of Conley's Chapel begins: "On February 9, 1838, a meeting was held at the Angola Schoolhouse for the purpose of formally organizing a Methodist Episcopal Church to serve the needs of local residents." The ROv. Randy Booth, pastor of Conley's, presided over the dedication ceremony. Special recognition was given to the efforts of church members Mary Joseph and Shirley Pettit, Delaware Secretary of State Harriet Smith Windsor, Rep. Pete Schwartzkopf, D- Rehoboth Beach, and Russ McCabe and his staff at the Delaware Public Archives, in making the marker a reality. The current chapel was built in 1875 and the adjacent cemetery dates back to the 1860s. Although it is 170 years old, Conley's continues to grow in its service to the com- munity and beyond. In response to an expanding membership, a new church will be built on Route 24 in the near future. Everyone is invited to see the marker at the intersection of Robinsonville Road and • Conley's Chapel Road. Contact the church office at 945-1881 for more information. Services, activities set atSeaside Jewish Community Seaside Jewish Community will hold Shabbat services at 10 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 16, at its Holland Glade Road site in Rehoboth Beach. Torah Study will be held at 7:30 p,m., Thursday, Feb. 21, and at 6 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 23, it's Dinner and a Movie at the Midway Theater screening room. Reservations are needed by calling 227-1107. Dr. Cynthia Cooper, associate professor at Salisbury University, will give an adult education lecture at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 28, at Seaside Jewish Community• Cooper will discuss Internet Hate Groups and a discussion will follow, centering on First Amendment rights, advancing technologies, responsibility and changing definitions of community• Finally, the Mah Jong Club meets from 1 to 3 p.m. every Friday• Those who want to participate should contact Cheryl Fruchtman at 227-1056 for information and location• For Seaside Jewish Community information, call 226 8977 and leave a message. Antiochian Mission to hold services Feb. 10 The Eastern spirituality centering on the "Jesus Prayer" will be high- lighted at Saint Andrew's Antiochian Orthodox Mission service Sunday, Feb. 10. The Divine Liturgy is at 9:30 a.m. and is an all- English service. The Mission meets at the Henlopen Grange, 1528 Savannah Road, Lewes. Visitors will be warmly welcomed• For additional information on the mission and the liturgical schedule, call 436-7189. Basic Judaism course offered in Rehoboth Beach Seaside Jewish Community, an unaffiliated Jewish congregation in Rehoboth Beach, invites the community to its Basic Judaism course, led by Beth Cohen. As part of Seaside's free adult education program, these monthly meetings will be held at 7:30 p.m., on Holland Glade Road. The first class will be Monday, Feb. 11, with the remaining classes meeting on the second Thursday of each month. These classes can be attended singly or as a series. For more information, leave a message at Seaside, 226-8977. More Religious Notes on page 86