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ii'8 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 - MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2010 FAITH & SPIRITUALITY cape Gazette From The Ca )e Gazette's Traveler Series* mus Notes )) UUSD coffee house set for Sept. 24 The Unitarian Universalists of Southem Delaware Coffee House will be at 7"30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 24, with finger foods and refresh- ments available for a $5 donation. Ten different artists and groups will be performing, including Dianne Conine, Gary and Amber Peter- son, Jenni Callard and Jesse Friend. The church is located at 33739 Marsh Road, No. 2, Lewes. For details, call 645-6334 or visit uussd.org. 'Meditation introductory session set Sept. 25 Insight Meditation Community of Lewes will host an introduction to Insight Meditation from 10 a.m., to noon, Saturday, Sept. 25, at St. Peter's Episcopal parish hall, 211 Mulberry St., Lewes. An ideal way to learn or refresh one's meditation practice, this is a special two-hour session providing the basic view and the basic insight meditation techniques for seated, standing, walking and prostrate meditation. The session is open to the public; the suggested donation -is $5. For information, contact Frani at franil4@aol.com or 947-9212. Walk to benefit homeless shelters Sept. 25 _. The 2010 Walking for the Homeless Walk-A-Thon will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 25, at Delaware Avenue on the Boardwalk in Re- hoboth Beach. Check-in for the 2-mile walk is from 8 to 8:45 a.m. All proceeds will benefit Sussex County homeless shelters. The dead- line to register is Friday, Sept. 24; checks may be mate payable to Faith UM Women and mailed to PO Box 691, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971. For more information, contact Christina Miller at 227-3118 or Tenesha Duffy at 644-1159. New Zion AME to host marriage seminar New Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church invites the public to a marriage conference from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 25, at the church, 28594 Lewes-Georgetown Highway near Milton. Speak- ers include Apostle Ivory Hopkins of Pilgrims Ministry of Deliver- nce, Georgetown; the Rev. Fred Duncan, Bethel United Methodist Church, Lewes; the Rev. Debra Ryder, Lighthouse Christian Center, Millsboro; the Rev. Ouemonde Brangman, New Zion AME Church, Milton; and the Rev. Anthony Dickerson, Greater Mount Olive Full Gospet Church, Cambridge, Md. The theme of the conference is Re- claiming the Family: One Marriage at a Time. The cost to attend is $35 per person. For more information contact Brangman at 302-253- 8212 or Alisha Broughton at 302-344-3710 or 302-381-8732. Seaside Jewish Community to hold service Seaside Jewish Community will host a Sukkot service at 10 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 25, with a pizza lunch following. Everyone is wel- come. For information, visit seasidejewishcommunity.com or call v226-8977. There will also be an Ugly Gift and Potluck Dairy Dinner at 6 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 26, at 18970 Holland Glade Road, Rehoboth Beach. RSVP to bonneandbarry@verizon.net or 684-3485. Bring an ugly gift to exchange. Learn all about angels on Sept. 29 feast day St. Jude the Apostle Parish Life Center will host a presentation on angels from 7 to 8:30 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 29, the Feast of the Archangels. Dr. Alfred Hanley, a member of St. Jude the Apostle Parish and recently retired professor at St. Charles Borromeo Semi- Computer Accessible E-edition- only $32/year! A great way to keep up with news from home, away from home! nary of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, will explore a variety of questions, including who and what angels are, why and when God created them, how they serve God and help humans, who the demons or fallen angels are and more. The presentation will be based on authoritative Catholic teaching and tradition. St. Jude is on Route 1 north of Five Points. For more information, call 644-7413. Indian Mission UMC to hold homecoming Oct. 3 Indian Mission United Methodist Church recently welcomed its new pastor, Karen Mumford of Millsboro. Mumford is retired from the U.S. Postal Service after 30 years of service. Her church experi- ence includes service as a moderator, financial secretary, director of Christmas and Easter programs, and organizer of various services and studies. She has completed four Disciple Bible studies, been a lay speaker and leader, and she has served on various other commit- tees. She and her husband Steve reside in Millsboro. She can be reached at 934-8314 or 302-448-9714. Indian Mission United Methodist Church will host its 57th Annual Homecoming Service at 11 a.m., Sunday, Oct. 3. Mumford will give *the sermon, and there will be congregation participation for songs, praise and other talent. A fellowship dinner will immediately follow the service at the Indian River Volunteer Fire Company Banquet Hall in Oak Orchard. Everyone is welcome to attend. Ta ng a After hiking the first leg of the Bright Angel Trail in the Grand Canyon in August, Kathy and David Fatten of Lewes took a relaxing break with their Cape Gazette. On their return home, Kathy wrote: "Located on the south rim of the Grand Canyon, the Bright Angel trail- head elevation is 6,785 feet, and offers three stops along the way down (1.5 miles, 3 miles and 6. lmiles) with water and restroom facilities. The trail offers wonderful views and makes it easy to lose track of how far you've hiked. The steepness of the trail is very mis- leading on the way down. Plan on taking twice as long to hike up as it took to hike down. -And watch out for the mules who have the right of way! !" * Share your adventures with fellow Cape Gazette readers! 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