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FAITH & SPIRITUALITY Cape Gazette EAGLES NEST CHURCH OUTSIDE MILTON HOLDS RECORD BREAKING EGGSTRAVAGANZA Jamie Janus shed some tears because he tried to grab some more eggs with the big kids who stampeded. But he still managed to find some eggs. Below, PaStor Mike Harg- reaves holds up[he three-minute sign, the time that egg dyers had to keeo [heir eggs-in the dye, STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTOS ~ EAGLE'S NEST CHURCH near Milton held its Eggstravaganza Easter Evefit March 31 at the church. An egg hunt,m0on bounces and face painting in the gym were preludes to the Guinness World Record egg-dyeing event. Adhering to Guin= ness' strict paperwork and organization, 606 people s multaneously dyed their.eggs, breaking the previous record of 317 set in Charleston, S.C. Shown scrambling for the eggs in the egg hunt is Juliann Webb of Lincoln. Insight hosts Jon Waterman weekend The Insight Meditation Com- ing partner of Mind Body Health mtmity of Lewes presents its an- Associates, a group dedicated to nual theme, The Four Founda- bringing applied mindfulness to tions of Mindfulness, with re- hospitals, universities and the ~nrning meditation teacher ]on workplace. He has been leading Waterman. A public Dharma talk stress management programs followed by refreshments will be within the Maryland Depart- held from 7:30 to 9 p.m., Friday ment of Corrections since 2000. pri113, at St. Peter's parish hall, St. Peter's Episcopal parish halt followed by a daylong retreat is at 211Mulberry St. near Second from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Street in Lewes. The suggested /',pril 14, at the Lewes Public Li- donation for Friday's talk is $5. brary. Beginners and experi- TheLewes Public Library is atlll enced meditators are welcome. Adams Ave. off Kings Highway Waterman began practicing in Lewes. The suggested dona- rOga and meditation while teach- tion is $35, which includes lunch. ing martial arts in the early 1970s, Chairs are provided, and atten- concentrating since 1994 on Bud- dees should bring floor cushions ilst insight meditation, known or blankets. For information and as Vipassana or mindfulness to help plan food amounts for the meditation. His workshops corn- retreat lunch, reserve with Nick inemindfulmovement, insight Edge at 302-645-7006 or dialogue and meditation tech- niques. Waterman has a personal For information, go to FQaching'practice and is a found- 8:00 The Episcopal Parish of Saints' Church & St. George's Chapel HOLY WEEK SERVICES Mau_ d- Thursda.-A ril 5 Washing of the Feet and Holy Eucharist 7 p.m.. at All Saints' Church An Observance of Our Lord's Last Supper Goo d Friday - April 6 Prayers, Hymns and Meditations on The Passion All Saints' Church - 12 noon & 6:00 p.m. St. George's Chapel - 12 noon Holy Saturday- April 7 The Great Vigil of Easter 8:00 p.m., at All Saints' Church Easter Day-Sunday, April 8th Holy Communion Services 7:30 a.m.. 9:00 a.m. and 1i:00 a.m. at All Saints' Church a.m. and 9:30 a.m. at St. George's Chapel Compassionate Friends to meet April 12 The Lighthouse Chapter of The Compassionate Friends will meet at 7 p.m., Thursday, April 12, in the Branford Lounge at Epworth Unit- Methodist Church. The topic of the evening will concern the hol- idays and weekend observances of Easter, Passover, Mother's Day and Father's Day, and the response when people ask, "How was your oliday weekend?" The TCF Lighthouse Chapter Memory Table will be set up, and participants are encouraged to bring a photo of their child as part of the opening discussions for the meeting. Bereaved parents, grandparents and siblings are encouraged to at- : end this support group meeting at Epworth Church on Holland Glade Road off Route 1 north of Rehoboth Beach For information, call team co-leader Hope Tyler, 302-645-7572 or oan Wallen, 302-226-1623, or go to In the Moravian tradition, a brass quintet will greet worshippers in the churchyard and garden egg hunt for the children in the Rector's Wife's Garden will the 9:00 a.m. & l l.'O0 a.m. services at All Saints'Church. At St. George's Chapel, an egg hunt for the children will be held in the Churchyard following the 9.'30 a.m. service. l Saints' Church ~ St. George's Chapel 18 Olive Avenue "--[- 202-'4 Beaver Dam Road Rehoboth Beach Rt. 23, Harbeson Since 1892 Since 1719 ttsrehoboth, org www.stgeorgeschapel, org more information, please call the parish office: 302.227-7202