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Cape Gazette FAITH & SPIRITUALITY FRIDAY, MARCH 15 - MONDAY, MARCH 18, 2013 ~ Faur6 Requiem, a Lenten of- Church, the parish artist in resi- fering by the Episcopal Parish of dence, is guest organist. Organist, All Saints' Church & St, George's pianist and teacher Gabriel Faur6 Chapel, will be presented at 4 (1845-1924) was one of the fore- p.m., Saturday, March 16, at All most French composers of his Saints' Church and at "1 p.m., generation, and his musical style Sunday, March 17, at St. George's influenced many 20th-century Chapel under direction of composers. Alex Helsabeck. Faur6 composed his Requiem Paul Reif, boy soprano; Peter in D minor, Op. 48, between Campbell, bass; and a nine-piece 1887 and 1890. A short requiem orchestra including harp will lasting 35 minutes, it is writ- be joined by the parish choir, ten for orchestra, organ, mixed Washington, D.C. organist Rob chorus and two soloists, and performed in Latin. It consists of seven movements; most famous is the central soprano aria Pie lesu. This event is offered to the public at no charge; a free-will offering will be taken. All Saints' Church is at 18 Ol- ive Ave. in Rehoboth Beach; St. George's Chapel is at 20274 Beaver Dam Road, Harbeson. For more information, call the parish office at 302-227-7202 or visit or GenSilent Task Force now forming in Cape Region GenSilent Task Force is a the Lewes-Rehoboth area will group of seniors from the greater join in. Lewes/Rehoboth area affiliat- The purpose of the GenSilent ed with All Saints'/St. George's Task Force is: Episcopal Church in the initial To provide volunteers from stages of establishing a network the progressive faith community of progressive faith communi- who would receive training and ties to help care for the area's wol;k through CAMP Rehoboth/ aging lesbian, gay, bisexual, and Mautner Project transgender community. In par- To educate healthcare pro- allel, CAMP Rehoboth also has fessionals about the LGBT recently established a similar community needs in times of group under the umbrella of the failing health CAMP-Mautner Project. To reach out to people from CAMP-Mautner Cares offers their congregations and the larg- services and volunteers to LGBT er community in need of this people living with serious ill- service. nesses in the area. The motivation for estab- GenSilent wishes to part- lishing the group stems from ner with CAMP Rehoboth to the documentary "GenSilent," strengthen outreach to vulner- filmed in Boston. It reveals the able seniors and the ill within the sometimes-tragic problems ag- LGBT community. It is this new ing LGBT seniors face as they group's hope that other members choose to remain in their homes, of the faith communities from yet still need help in doing so. The Task Force with the CAMP-Mautner Cares Project is planning a screening of"Gen- Silent" at All Saints' Episcopal Church, 18 Olive Ave., Rehoboth Beach, Saturday, March 23, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. They will be reaching out to many area con- gregations in this effort. It is their hope that the public will join them in this exciting and vital new ministry. For a a clip of the movie go to Refresh- ments and lunch will be offered. RSVP to All Saints' at 302-227- 7202. The GenSilent task force in- cludes the Rev. Beth Doty, the Rev. Max Wolf, the Rev. Dr. Eliza- beth Kaeton, Merrijane Pierce, Paul Chervenie, Jack McClel- land, Carol Wells, Gloria Walls, Dr. Paul Somerset and the Rev. Deacon Katherine Tote. Briefly )) Ministerium to hold final joint service The Southeast Sussex Ministe- rium Inc., made up of Christian congregations in the lower por- tion of Sussex County east of Route 113, will sponsor the fifth and final Wednesday Evening Joint Lenten Worship Service for the season March 20 at Beth- any Beach Christian Church on Pennsylvania Avenue in Betha- ny.Beach. This service will be cohosted with St. Martha's Epis- copal Church, Bethany Beach. A light supper of soup, salad and bread at 6 p.m. precedes the evening worship. All free-will of- ferings will be given to the Pyle Emergency Center to assist those in the community with daily liv- ing expenses. The ministerium Will host an Easter Morning Sunrise Service at 6 a.m., Sunday, March 31, at the Bethany Beach Bandstand. Lighthouse Church to host Spiritual Warfare The Lighthouse Church at 6 South Railroad Ave. in Wyoming will host a Spiritual Warfare Seminar. The seminar will run from 7 p.m., Friday, March 15, to 6"30 p.m., Saturday, March 16. There is no registration and no cost for admission. Contact Brother Christopher Gore at events@lighthouse- or at 302-632-4679 for more information. St. Paul UMC to celebrate Women's Day The Women of St. Paul invite the community to join their An- nual Women's Day celebration at 4 p.m., Sunday, March 17. Guest preacher will be Elder Shirley E. Baker from Upper Room Church, Milford. All are invited a fellow- ship dinner that will be served starting at 1:30 pm. at the Ma- sonic Lodge Temple No. 8 on Church Street. For more infor- mation, call 302-422-0709. Unitarian Universalists meet March 17 The Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware will meet at 10 a.m., Sunday, at 33739 Marsh Road in Lewes. In "Broadening Your UU Horizons," the De- nominational Affairs Committee will present a service about the many activities made available to members each year from the Joseph Priestley District staff and the UUA. For details, call 302-645-6334 or visit BEACH 7:45 & 11:15 am a United Methodist Church Traditional Services * 9:15 am 19285 Holland Glade RoadContemp.orary PRAISE! Service behind Tomato Sunshine with American Sign Language A Sunday Worship Nursery Care at 9:15 & H:15 Seasonal Sunday School Schedule * We worship at 9:15 and 1hi5 am only during the months of January & February Celebrate Easter With Us! l. wes Pres eria. Our a United Methodist Church Open Hearts Open Minds Open Doors The Song Everlasting T, SACRED CANTATA BASED ON EARL Y AMERIC 4N SOA GS PREgENTED BY Lewes Presbyterian Church Chancel Choir Sunday, March 17- 9:00 a,m. Sunday, March 24-11:00 a.m. Maundy Thursday Service, March 28- 7:00 p.m. Tenebrae Service, Good Friday, March 29- Noon Easter Sunday, March 31 LPC Worship Serffces- 8, 9, 11 a.m. Kids" Easter Egg Hunt, LPC- 9:00 a.m. Lewes Presbyterian Church 133 Kings Hwy Lewes, DE 302.645.5345 onathan Hall. 19285 Holland Glade Rd., Rehoboth Beach ~ 227.7743 Sundays: 7:45am & 11:15am Traditional Services with Choir 9:15am Contemporary PRAISE! Service with ASL 9:15am Sunday School. Nursery at all services.