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Cape Gazette FAITH & SPIRITUALITY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014 77 Briefly )) First Friday Film Nov. 7 at UUSD First Friday Film at Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware will offer potluck at 6:30 p.m., followed by a film at 7 and discussion following the film Friday, Nov. 7, at 33739 Marsh Road in Lewes. "Grand Canyon" begins when a lawyer's (Kevin Kline) car breaks down in a dangerous Los Angeles neighborhood, and a tow-truck driver (Danny Clover) arrives iust in time to save his life. The two men begin a deep friendship that sets offa chain of unsettling and sur- prising events involving their families and friends for years to come. Lawrence Kasdan's powerful, uplifting film about the harsh realities of contemporary urban life costars Steve Martin, Mary McDonnell, Mary-Louise Parker and Alfre Woodard. For more information, call Anne Riley, 302-436-2211. St. Andrew Orthodox Church Fall Festival Saint Andrew Orthodox Church will have a Fall Festival featur- ing a basket auction and bake sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Friday and Saturday, Nov. 7 and 8, at the church, 33384 MacKenzie Way, Lewes. Offered for auction will be an assortment of gift baskets. A variety of delicious cakes, pies, cookies, and assorted Greek pastries will also be available for purchase. The sale witl benefit the Saint Andrew's building expansion fund. For more information regarding the bake sale or services and sacraments, call 302-645-5791. Public invited to Weekend of Wellness First Millsboro Seventh Day Adventist Church at 30007 Cordrey Road, Millsboro, will host a Weekend of Wellness event Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 8 and 9. Attendees can learn powerful principles of health; how to cook appetizing, low-fat meals; disarm diabetes, cut cholesterol, beat high blood pressure and more. There will be a pro- gram on "Preparation H" at 11 a.m., Nov. 8, and at 3 p.m. will be "Your Life Your Choice." 'A Taste of Paradise Cooking Demonstration" will take place at 2 p.m., Nov. 9. The event will include one-on-one con- sultations with a doctor, health educational resources, and free gifts and prizes. For more inforfiaation, call Melvina Tull at 302-945-2260. Unitarian Universalists meet Nov. 9 The Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware will meet at 10 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 9, at 33739 Marsh Road in Lewes. The topic is A Quality Greater Than Love. Guest speaker Mark Bernstein, a mem- ber of the Congregational Life Staff of the Central East Region of the UUA, will speak about trust, the glue that binds members of congre- gations together. It is the essential ingredient in managing conflict, negotiating change, and growing stronger. Why is it so difficult for some to trust? Bernstein lives in the Philadelphia area and has been a trusting member of the UU Church of Delaware County in Media, Pa., for the last 20 years.For details, call the church office at 302-645- 6334 or visit uussd.org. St. Edmond to hold fall mission on faith St. Edmond Church will sponsor a fall mission on faith at 7 p.m., Sunday to Tuesday, Nov. 9 to 11, in the church at the corner of King Charles Avenue and Laurel Street in Rehoboth Beach. Fr. Dennis J.W. O'Donnell will lead the mission, which will include reconcilia- tion afterward on Sunday and Monday. A reception in the hall will follow the Tuesday session. For those who prefer a morning session, O'Donnell will hold two morning presentations Monday and Tuesday after the 8:30 a.m. Mass. One of the unexpected highlights for Cape Gazette readers Jennie Keith, Kathryn Harris, Betsey von Dreele and Roy Fitzger- ald while on a two-week tour of Morocco, was attending a cooking school in the countryside outside Marrakesh. They wrote on their return:"ChefTarik has created a fine program at his Atelier De Cuisine which included picking vegetables from his organic garden, creating and eating a magnificent meal of five different tagines cooked on outside braziers, and a wonderful walk through the hilly countryside at sunset as the meal finished cooking. Of course the Cape Gazette traveled the country with us!" ,: in Michele Williams, vice president of Sussex Cyclists, took the bicycle ride of a lifetime this past summer as one of 30,000 or so cyclists took part in the 49th annual Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa, or as it's better known, RAGBRAI. Spon- sored by the capital city Des Moines Register newspaper, the ride has become one of the top cycling events in the nation. Michele is part of a 124-member U.S. Air Force team supported by another 16 people participating in the cycling and party extravaganza. During the seven days of RAGBRAI, she crossed Iowa from west to east covering about 450 miles With overnight camping stops at small towns that really put out the red carpet. Among her gear- delivered to the nightly stop-over points- is a well-read copy of the Cape Gazette. And by the way, that's not all of Michele's gear in the photograph. * Share your adventures with fellow Cape Gazette readers! Take your Cape Gazette on your travels and send us a photo and description - and don't forget names/Show our readers just hoW, wide a territory their newspaper covers/Send to: Cape Gazette Travelers Series P.O. 213, Lewes, DE 19958 Email to Dennis Forney: dennisforney@capegazette.com Join the CapeGazette.com Community: iMembershi - $25 A GREAT WAY TO KEEP UP WITH NEWS FROM HOME WHILE YOU TRAVELI. UUSD series on religious traditions meets Nov. 11 The Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware invites the public to the series on exploring the sacred or divine in religious tra- ditions, meeting from 2 to 3:30 p.m., Tuesdays, at 33739 Marsh Road in Lewes. The next session is Nov. 11: The God of Israel to the Christian Triune God to the rise of Religious Humanism. The course requires no preregistration; there is a $5 donation for the entire series. Come to one or all of the sessions. Contact LenBowman@gmail.com, 443- 286-3495, or visit www.uussd.org. Sunday W0rship BEACH 7:45 & 11:15 am a United Methodist Church o.=. opt. o .... Traditional Services 19285 Holland Glade Road 9:15 am behind Tomato Sunshine Contemporary PRAISE! 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