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Cape Gazette FAITH & SPIRITUALITY FRIDAY APRIL 6 - MONDAY, APRIL 9, 2012 83 Easter Continued from page 82 Groome invites the public to services and events. Groome United Methodist Church is at the corner of Savannah Road and Dewey Avenue in Lewes. Long Neck UM Church Easter services set Easter Sunrise Service .for Long Neck United Methodist Church is scheduled for 6:45 a.m. at the end of Long Neck Road at Masseys Landing, followed by an 8:45 Daybreak Contemporary Service and 11 a.m. Traditional Worship. For more information, call the church office at 302-945- 9453. Lutheran Church of Our Savior Easter schedule The Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Rehoboth Beach invites the community to its Easter serv- ices. On Good Friday, the church offers its Tenebrae service with Chancel Drama at 7 p;m., April 6. On Easter Sunday, Festival Eu- charist with choir and bells will be held at 8 and 11 a.m., April 8, with a contemporary Eucharist service at 9:30 a.m.. For more in- formation, visit lcosrehoboth. org or call 302- 227-3066. St. Jude the Apostle holds Easter services Morning prayer will be held at 7:30 a.m.; Good Friday, April 6, and Holy Saturday, April 7, with no 7:30 a.m. Mass either day. The service of the Lord's Passion will be at 3 p.m., Friday, April 6, in the church. There will be no 4:30 p.m. Mass or Sacrament of Rec- onciliation available Saturday, April 7. The Easter Vigil Mass will be held at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, April 7. On Easter Sunday, April 8, Masses will be at 7, 8:30, 10 and 11:30 a.m. St. Jude's is off north- bound Route 1, just north of the intersection of Route 9 and Route 1 at Five Points. Southeast Sussex Ministerium sunrise set The Southeast Sussex Minis: terium Inc. will hold its ecumeni- cal Easter Sunrise Service at 6 a.m., Sunday, April 8, at the band- - stand in Bethany Beach. American Guild of Organists to present recital April 15 The Southern Delaware Chap- Thomas, Tom Richardson and ter American Guild of Organists Sally Waugaman from Lewes; will present an organ concert at 4 Linda Field and Georgiana Ibach p.m., Sunday, April 15, at St. Pc- from Rehoboth Beach; Kevin ter's Episcopal Church in Lewes. Chamberlain and Melanie Lein- Ten local organists will convene bach from Milford; and Stephen to present a recital of organ mu- Klyce from Dagsboro. sic that includes the music of J.S. The public is invited to attend Bach, Camille Saint-Saens, John the concert and to enjoy a recep- Rutter, G.T. Thalben-Ball, Nico- tion in the church's parish hall las de Grigny, C. Hubert Parry, immediately following the pro- Charles Callahan, Theodore gram. DuBois and more. There is no admission fee for Performers will be Carolyn the concert. Fogerty, Bruce Horner, T.J. The organ at St. Peter's Episco- Space available for May 5 community sale at Epworth UM Church in Rehoboth Epworth United Methodist goods. We have also added a fam- Church and Preschool in Re- ily fun area for all to enjoy that hoboth Beach is set to host the will include a moon bounce, train Third Annual Park-N-Shop event rides and clowns with face paint- from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, ing." said Leslie Bond, event May 5 (rain date May 12). The chairwoman. The cost of renting public is invited to rent a parking a parking space is only $15 with spot for the day at Epworth and all individual proceeds from the use the space to sell household sale going directly to the sellers. items, furniture, children's toys The $15 rental fee will benefit Ep- and gear or anything legally sal- worth Preschool and raise man- able in Delaware. ey to help fund scholarships, ex- "We will have 80-plus sellers of pansion of resources, staff train- a variety of items. It will be a bar- ing workshops and more. Ep- gain hunter's paradise. The event worth UMC is at 19285 Holland has been advertised in area news- Glade Road in Rehoboth Beach, papers, radio and websites, cam- just off Route 1 northbound next munity calendars;posters around to Seaside Tanger Outlets. town, church email blast and For more information, contact monthly newsletter, banners and Leslie Bond at 302-258-4950, definitely word of mouth. We ex- email leslie@oceanboulevardfur- pect the best flow of potential niture.com, call the preschool of- customers yet. Sellers must bring flee at 302-227-7120 or go to their own tables to set up their www.epworth-rehoboth.org. In the event of inclement weather, the service will be in the sanctuary at St. Ann's Catholic Church, Garfield Parkway (Route 26), Bethany Beach. The offering will be for the Pyle Cen- ter Emergency Fund, to help lo- cal families in need. The Blowing of the Shofar by Brett Buchler will introduce the service. The Rev. A1 Taylor of Mariners' Bethel United Methodist Church will preach. Other members of the clergy who will participate include the Rev. Don Shell, the Rev. Kerry Shell, the Rev. Chris Hobgood and the Rev. Cliff Toomey. St. Georges United Methodist Church of Clarksville RN|GHTS SUPPORT 80YS & GIRLS SUBMITTED PHOTO THE BOYS & GIRLS-CLUB of Riverdale-Oak Orchard was the recipient of a $100 check from the Bishop Burke Council No.11285 of the Knights of Colum- bus. The Knights made the contribution ingratitude for the useof club facili- will provide music. ties for the recently held Free Throw Championships. Presbvterian Easter Show. are (I-r) Club Athletic Director C.J. Pitts club.members Brandon Ip, services begin April 6 Ashley, Vienna lacona and Jeremiah Davis; and Knights Youth Director Joe EI-:~,,- lis at the check presentation. The Knights make many donations to local groupsinneed of assistance for both adults and youths. For more information about the, Knights of Columbus, calL Jack McGinley at 302-945-069& PALM SUNDAY, 10:00 'Lift Up Your Heads' fr0m Handel's "Messiah" MAUNDY THURSDAY SERVICE, 7:00 PM GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE, 1:00 PM EASTER SUNDAY, 8:30 & 10:00 AM R. Vau0han Williams. 'Easter' from "Five Mystital Songs," -CHRIST IS RISEN"- Hey. Dr. Frank S. Detains, Jr. Pastor k; e F. Johnson, 0rganist/Direct0r" Sally Wauuamau. Guest 0r0a@% PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Charles Avenue. Reh0b0th Beach. DE 1997L 302-227-2109 At Westminster Presbyterian Church in Rehoboth Beach, a service of contemplation and prayer will be observed at 1 p.m., Good Friday, April 6. Easter Sun- day, April 8, services will be at 8:30 and 10 a.m., with special joy- ful music, including the Hallelu- jah Chorus from Handel's "Mes- siah." Go to westminster-presbyteri- an.com or call 302-227-2109 for details. pal Church is a hybrid combining both pipe and digital voices total- ing over 75 ranks played from a console with three manuals (key- boards) and pedal. It is equally suitable for leading hymn singing, accompanying the choir and playing the standard organ repertoire. More information 0n the or- gan, including a full specifica- tion, can be found at www.stpeterslewes.org. The church is at 211 Mulberry St. in downtown Lewes. HOLY WEEK WORSHIP + Good Friday, April 6 12:15pm "Journeying with Jesus" - a Celebration for Children 7:00pm Service of Tenebrae + Prayer Vigil, Saturday, April 7 12pm until Sunday 6:00am Easter Sunday - April 8 6:30am Community Sunrise Worship Service - Rehoboth Beach Bandstand 8 & llam Traditional Worship Service 9:30am Contemporary Praise! Worship Service with American Sign Language a Unltexll Open/-/earta Methodist Church O~n Mi@ @ ~,rzr Holland Glade Rd., Rehoboth Beach ~ 227.7743 Sundays: 8 & 11 am Traditional Services with Choir %; 9:30 am Contemporary PRAISE! Service w/ASL 9:30 am Sunday School. Nursery at all Services. Visit us online www.epworth-rehoboth.org :