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CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, April 11 - Monday, April 14, 2008 - 89 St. Peter's to host day of reflection April 19 St. Peter's Episcopal church in Lewes invites, the community to a Day of Quiet Reflection from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, April 19. The Book of Ruth gives a strong message about trusting God, even in the hard times. This story provides a rich source of insights into healthy interpersonal relationships. It gives characters who experi- ence grief and sorrow, who treat each other with loving kindness and who were aware and noticed God's activity and invitations in their daffy lives. This story of God's grace can help individuals to glimpse God's grace in their lives. The day will be led by Barbara Tucker, an experienced spiritual director who has completed the Shalem Institute program in Washington, D.C., for individual Avenue UM Church to dedicate new organ Avenue United Methodist Chfirch in Milford will dedicate a new organ Sunday, April 13, with services at 8 and 11 a.m., and a dedicatory concert at 4 p.m. in the church sanctuary. All are invited to share in this musical celebra- tion. Internationally known musician Dan Miller will play for the wor- ship services and at the concert. Miller is a pianist, organist, harp- sichordist and keyboardist who has taught music, conducted choral groups and orchestras, and led worship services in many set- tings. A church organist since the age of 15, Miller was staff musician for live radio broadcasts from Moody Bible Institute as. a stu- dent. At Calvary Church in Charlotte, N.C., he presided over the world's largest pipe organ; at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., he served as assistant organist to Diane Bish. He has been the featured soloist with the Charlotte Philharmonic and the Florida Philharmonic orchestras. The organ is a 120-rank digital and pipe hybrid, built by Rodgers Organs and Fratelli Ruffatti Pipe Organs and is one of the largest on Delmarva. Avenue United Methodist Church is located at 20 N. Church Street in Milford. For more infor- mation, call 422-8111 or visit www.avenue.umc.org. spiritual guidance, growth, knowledge and inspira- She is active with the Episcopal Diocesan ministry of Christian Spirituality, Spiritual Companions, and serves as a spir- itual retreat leader. Throughout the day there will be three brief reflections on the Book of Ruth, as well as an opportunity for individual prayer and reflection. The day will conclude with worship and Eucharist. Tucker also suggests partici- pants bring a journal for personal use during the day. This event is presented by Seekers and St. Peter's Episcopal Church, 211 Mulberry St. in Lewes. The Seekers ministry, as pre- sented in its shop inside the parish hall at St. Peter's, is designed to provide resources for spiritual tion for people of all faiths through outreach programs such as this day of reflection. Net proceeds from the sale of hand-crafted and fair-trade spiri- tual gift items and books are donated to those in need. Visit www.seekerslewes.com for hours and information about this ministry, or call 645-9916. There is a $10 charge for lunch. Register by calling the church office at 645-8479. St. Peter's Episcopal Church is a place for all who seek to grow in the love of God. Visit www.stpeterslewes.org to find worship service times and learn about other workshops, con- certs and ministries of the church. For more information on the church, call 645-8479. Community Lutheran Church to host free concert April 13 Community Lutheran Church will host a free, public concert at 4 p.m., Sunday, April 13. The Papillons Woodwind Quintet is composed of artists who have played together for the past 15 years. The standard wood- wind quintet consists of a flute, oboe, clarinet, French horn and bassoon. All performers have extensive experience performing in a num- ber of different musical groups and venues. Four of the five mem- bers of the quintet are certified music teachers. Two members are part of the professional Mid- Atlantic Symphony Orchestra. The group's repertoire includes quintet literature from Beethoven, Hadyn, Mozart and Milhoud as well as Handel and Bach. They also perform Broadway show tunes arranged for quintet as well as old favorites such as "Amazing Grace," "Battle Hymn of the Republic" and "Ashokan Farewell." For children's audi- ences, the quintet performs "Peter and the WoW' with a narrator. The church is located south of Dagsboro on Route 20 and Omar Road. Visit www.clc 19945.org for a map of the area. Charity Continued from page 88 Jason and Alejandra plan to work through area churches to expand their effort. But anyone can help. Jason has prepared a PowerPoint presentation for church groups and he's opened a Community Bank account for anyone who wishes to anony- mously donate to the fund. Direct funding to Colombia is also avail- able through Western Union, he said. "We have no overhead or administrative costs, he said. "One hundred percent goes to the Colombian Children's Christian Charity." "An abundance of suffering in this world seems overwhelming, but a small donation makes a great difference in children's lives,". said Jason. He also encourages others to start their own charities. "Others shouldn't feel intimidated to do this," Jason said. "Everyone can help in their own way. It all brings glory to God." For more information or to schedule a PowerPoint presenta- tion, contact DiBonaventure's at 16923 Kings Highway, Lewes or call 644-9335. Contact Kevin Spence at kspence @ capegazette, com. Come worship with us "Come all thee that travail and are heavy laden, and I will refresh you." 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