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Cape Gazette Faith & Spirituality FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 - MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2013 67 Dale Dunning featured speaker at Caring for the Shepherd Breakfast Dale Dunning of Jusst So- oup Ministries and Jusst Sooup Kitchen visited Heritage at Mil- ford Aug. 27 to talk with pastors and residents at the Caring for the Shepherd Informational Pas- tor Breakfast. Dunning, the featured speaker at the event, shared her life expe- riences and signed copies of her new bGok, "Jusst Dale." An expert geriatric panel which included Heather Steuer from Home Instead Senior Care, Terri Brisbane from Delaware Hospice, Kristy Handley. from Delaware Hospice and Melis- sa Heverin from Heritage at Milford discussed topics from caregiver fatigue to dementia. Dunning also presented a complimentary copy of her CD, "Just Soup," a song inspired by Dunning and her Jusst Sooup Ministry, and she joined resi- dents for lunch in the Heritage dining room. SUBMITTED PHOTO KEN AND DALE DUNNING are shown with a copy of "Jusst Dale." Groome UMC to hold Back to Church (:elebration Sept. 14 and 15 Groome United Methodist Church of Lewes is getting ready for its Back to Church Cele- bration weekend Saturday and Sun'day, Sept. 14 and 15. Back to Church Sunday is part of a national movement of churches across America that seeks to reach people who once attended church but don't any more as well as those who have never attended. This is the fourth. year of national Back to Church Sunday. About 20,000 churches are expected to participate this year, inviting more than 2 million visitors. Back to Church Sunday's goal is to invite or reinvite Amer- ica to rediscover church. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 14, in the church parking lot there will be a free yard sale of clothing, glassware, kitchen and household items, books and much more. A free lunch of bar- becued chicken or hot dogs along with chips and drink is available. Last Call Motorcycle Ministry, a musical group which travels by motorcycle, will also be perform- ing in the parking lot. There will also be a prayer wall to post prayer requests and someone available to help with prayer. Youth and children can enjoy games with prizes, face painting and Sunday school crafts. Infor- mation tables on all of Groome's ministries and small groups will be on site. Hazel Brittingham, Lewes historian and member of Groome, will conduct guided tours of the church. The Delmarva Ramblers will be guest musicians at both the 9 and 10:30 a.m. services Sun- day, Sept. 15. Special skits are also planned for Back to Church Sunday and social time with re- freshments in the fellowship hall after each service. The Rev. William Hopkins, pastor of Groome, along with tt.e congregation, extends a gracious invitation to everyone to come out for this celebration weekend. Groome United Methodist Church is at the comer of Savan- nah Road and Dewey Avenue in Lewes. For more information, call the church office at 302-645-6256 or go to www.groomechurchlewes. org. Briefly )) Long Neck UMC looks for crafters, sellers for Sept. 7 sale Attention crafters and yard sale sellers: Long Neck United Methodist Women will be hav- ing an Outdoors Fall Craft/Yard Sale Show from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 7. The cost is$20 per unit which measures ap- proximately 18 feet by 20 feet. To reserve a place, contact Carol at 302-258-4794 or email whbl010@ verizon.net. Victorian Gospel Singers of Baltimore to appear Sept. 7 at CHHS The Rev. Jerome Tilghman, pastor, and members of the Faith UM Church Building Fund Com- mittee will present the Victorian Gospel Singers of Baltimore, Md., in concert at 6 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 7, at Cape Henlopen High School. The Victorians have graced the stage with such greats as Vicki Winans, The Jackson Southernaires, Richard Small- wood, the Clark Sisters, Mighty Clouds of Joy and others. Tickets are $15 at the door. For further information contact Tilghman at 302-645-4833 or Waynne H. Paskins at 302-227-8738. Long Neck UMC to host Bar-B-Q on the Grass Sept. 7 Long Neck United Methodist Church, 32051 Long Neck Road, Long Neck, will host Bar-B-Q. on the Grass from 11 a,m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 7. The menu includes chicken or pulled pork; baked beans, potato salad, cu- cumber salad and corn bread. Cost is $8 per platter. For more information contact the church office at 302-945-9453 or email longneckumc@msn.com St. Jude the Apostle Church to sponsor car show Sept. 7 St. Jude The Apostle Church in Lewes is sponsoring its Second Annual Car Show, Crafts Sale and Bake Sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 7, on the church grounds.The car show is held in conjunction with the Historical Vintage Car Club of Delaware. Registration for the car show will be from 8 a.m. to noon with awards presented at 3 p.m. Preregistration of cars is also available by contacting Dan Carpenter at 302-645-2977. Vendors will set up both in- side the Parish Life Center and outside in the parking lot. Spots are still available for vendors. To learn more about this oppor- tunity,, contact Frank Walder at 302-684q892. Besides the Car Show, Crafts and Bake Sale, fresh oyster sand- wiches, chicken barbecue, hot dogs, Rita's water ice, soft pret- zels and drinks will be sold.. St. Jude's is offthe northbound lanes of Route 1, just north of Five Points and south of the Nas- sau Bridge. All Saints' Church and St, George's Chapel resume Sunday school Sunday school resumes Sunday, Sept. 8, for All Saints' Church, 18 Olive Ave., Rehoboth Beach and St. George's Chapel on Route 23, 20271 Beaver Dam Road, Harbeson. Sunday school is open to children ages 3 to grade six and begins at 9:45 a.m. at All Saints' and at 9:15 a.m. at St. George's Chapel. Loving and enthusiastic teachers will help nurture children in their faith, and then the children will join the congregation for Holy Com- munion. This year there is a new assis- tant rector, the Rev. Lara Shine, and the curriculum is Godly Play, which utilizes simple visual aids and figures to teach important Bible lessons. Infant and toddler care is available at All Saints' during the 10 a.m. service and at St. George's during the 9:30 service. Drop-ins and nonparishioners are welcome. For more infor- mation, call the parish office at 302-227-7202. National Back to Church Sunday Sept. 8 at Bethel UMC Bethel United Methodist Church in Lewes invites all Sun- day, Sept. 8, for National Back to Church Sunday. Services will be held at 8, 9:15 and 11 a.m. This will be the kickoff for Bethel's fall ministry schedule'. Bethel is at the-corner of Fourth and Market streets, 129 W. Fourth St. Call 302-645-9426 or visit www. bethellewes.org. The Baritones perform Sept. 8 at All Saints' The Episcopal PariSh of All Saints' Church & St. George's Chapel announces that the Bari- tones will retum for their ninth annual By'the Sea concerts with two shows, 3 and 6 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 8, at All Saints' Church, 18 Olive Ave. in Rehoboth Beach. The Baritones will offer a program of patriotic music; Broadway tunes and opera. Per- formances are open to the public at no charge; a free-will offering will be taken. Solid Ground Community Church to host family fun event Solid Ground Community Church is offering a free End of Summer Bash to thank the community for all it does from ! to 6 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 8, at the American Legion Post on Route 24 in Long Neck. The event will Continued on page 68