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+ II IOUS news From The Ca Gazette's Traveler Series* All Saints' to host Gospel Mass Feb. 26 All Saints' Episcopal Church, Rehoboth Beach, is hosting a Gospel Mass at the 10 a.m. Eucharist service Sunday, Feb. 26. The Mass will feature music from Lift Every Voice and Sing, an African American Hymnal and from "Mass of Glory", a jazz mass that" was introduced during the Rehoboth Jazz Festival in 2004. The combined adult choirs of All Saints' Church and St. George's Chapel will be joined by musi- cians, Anthony Baray on drums and Adam McManus on bass guitar. Jon J. Rania is director of music. Everyoneis invited to attend the serv- ice and people of allwalks of life are invited to receive Holy Communion For further information, call the parish office, 227-7202. Men of Westminster set pancake supper Feb. 28 The Men of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Rehoboth Beach will hold their annual Sausage and Pancake Supper Tuesday, Feb. 28, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. A $7 adult ticket ($3 for children under 12) buys a hearty meal of homemade pancakes and Milton sausage. All are wel- come for an evening of good food and fellowship. The church is locat- ed at Laurel Street and King Charles Avenue. For more information, contact John Rotach at 684-4688 or call the church at 227-2109. Groome UMC to host Ash Wednesday service Groome, St. Paul's, Israel, John Wesley and Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Churches will hold a combined Ash Wednesday worship service, including the imposition of ashes, at 7 p.m March 1, at Groome United Methodist Church, located at Savannah Road and Dewey Avenue in Lewes. A complimentary soup and sandwich supper will be served at 6 p.m. The public is invited. World Day of Prayer set for March 3 in Milton Christians in 183 countries around the world will gather on Friday, March 3, in observance of the 2006 World Day of Prayer. The local observance of this service will be held at 7 p.m Friday, March 3, at St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, 307 Federal Street, Milton, with 12 churches participating. Begun in 1887 by Presbyterian laywoman Mary Ellen James, World Day of Prayer brings together women of various races, cultures and Christian traditions in informal prayer and prayerful actionl i This year's service written by the women of South Africa, focuses on the theme Signs of the Times, which will reflect on their many years of dealing with the AIDS epidemic, and their struggle with violence against the women of their country. Leona Macrane, President of St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church Women and Chairman of this year's service, extends an invitation to all to attend this year's, event. Although it is sponsored by the women's groups, the message is to men and women alike. The speaker this year will be Jimalee Humpton, lec- turer for Bible Study Fellowship, in Milford. Knights of Columbus to sponsor Lenten meals The Knights of Columbus, Msgr. Desmond Council, will sponsor a Lenten dinner that will be served from 5 to 7 p.m every Friday during Lent at the Lewes Senior Center. The menu includes a fried flounder platter for $7; baked tilapia platter for $6.50; steamed shrimp platter for $7.50. All dinners include potato salad, cole slaw, roll, coffee and dessert. Soda, beer and wine are available. The cost for take-out meals is 50 cents extra. For more information, call 945-4962. UU service focuses on dangers of apathy Feb. 26 The Rev, D. Michael Smith, minister at Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delmarva, will conduct the service at 10 a.m Sunday, Feb. 26. His sermon is titled, The Good, the Bad, and the Not-Very- Attractive. In this world, there is good, and there is bad, and there is apathy. Rev. Smith examines all three, with special emphasis on apathy, or simply not caring. For more information, call the church office at 645-6334 or visit www.uusd.org. Learn more about Unitarian Universalism at www.uua.org. Weekly services are held at 10 a.m. Sundays at the intersection of Wescoats and Marsh Roads in Lewes. Ash Wednesday service set at Epworth Methodist Epworth United Methodist Church, at 20 Baltimore Avenue in Rehoboth will hold an Ash Wednesday service at 7 p.m March 1. All are invited to participate in a time of prayer and healing. For more information on services, call the church office at 227-7743. Westminster Presbyterian sets World Day of Prayer Friday, March 3 is World Day of Prayer, an ecumenical celebration of informed prayer and prayerful action. All are welcome to join in the prayers written by women of South Africa dealing with AIDS. Their theme is, Signs of the Times. This service is sponsored by Church Women United and will be held at 1 p.m Friday, March 3, at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 301 King Charles Avenue, Rehoboth Beach. For more information, Carol Jones at 227-2109 CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, Feb. 24 - Monday, Feb. 27, 2006 - 85 In uscany, azette mixes we sun great Tina and Fred Downs of Lewes traveled to the Tuscany region of Italy recently. They are shown here taking a break from sightseeing and shop- ping in Florence to read the Cape Gazette. In the background is the Pont Vecchio Bridge, the oldest bridge in Italy that crosses the Arno river. Tina and Fred enjoyed fabulous sights in Tuscany, including Pisa, Siena, San Gimignano and Monteriggioni. They ate delicious food, drank fabulous wine and relaxed under the Tuscan sun. Most of all they enjoyed reading news of home while in an exotic location. 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