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80 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 Reliance Church " puts its focus on building community Guitar-driven music, tiat-screen monitors, caf6 tables, candles, short movies poking fun at them- selves, a serious discussion on life - a new trendy coffee shop? No. It's the new church meeting in, of all places, Beach Babies on Route 1, Lewes. Reliance Church Community started their regular Sunday morn- ing services on the first Sunday of October and the congregation is pleased at how the transformation from a child day care center to a multisensory sanctuary has gone. "We had an image in our minds of what we would like to see, but I had no idea just how well our group would be able to pull it off," said Pastor Doug Short, a graduate of the University of Center Continued from page 72 tion, directors of the Jean & Joan Fund announced the $29,000 is dedicated toward the Tunnell Cancer Center's patient care, thanks to the continued support of the local community and busi- nesses. Jeffrey Fried, president and CEO of Beebe Medical Cen- ter, announced the creation of the Jeanne Andrews Annual Trophy in memory of the fund's co- founder. The first winner of the award was Tricia Ritthaler from King's Creek Country Club. Since this was the fund's fifth anniversary, sponsors who sup- ported the tournament from the beginning were honored at the tournament dinner Oct. 5, with an inscription on the plaque to be displayed at Beebe Medical Cen- ter. These sponsors were the A1- legis Group Foundation, Bear In- Maryland and Southeastern Theo- logical Seminary. Short says that the church is open to everyone but it has been structured to appeal specifically to the twenty and thirty-somethings of the Milton-Millsboro-Re- hoboth area. "Statistics show that those in that age group are leaving the church in high numbers, and it really is no surprise as to why. The church, as it has been present- ed to them, has been perceived as archaic and irrelevant. While we will incorporate ancient/tradition- al elements to our services, we will always seek to bridge the gap between then and now, keeping the historic faith while presenting  it in a modern, relevant way. We Continued on page 81 I dustries, Beebe Medical Center, Burris Logistics, Crowley Associ- ates Realty, Kings Creek Country Club, Midway Realty Corp., John J. Pohanka Family Foundation, Peninsula Masonry, Smith Barney and USExpress. The teams from Abraxus Oncology and the A1- legis Group Foundation tied for this year's championship, and in a "match of cards" the Abraxus foursome of Ed Barnes, Ed Lafer- ty, Luis Ramos and Beth Maxwell were named the winners. Jean & Joan Fund Committee members include chairman Jim Martin, Donna Brockstedt, Frank Cannatelli, Mardee Corbett, Jane DelGaudio, Jim Holdridge, Beth Magnus, Tillie McHugh, Nancy Stack, Tyson Mayers, Victor Bal- com, Pamela Rutherford, Jeffrey Fried, Cherrie Rich and Nancy Cummings. The sixth annual tournament will be held Oct. 4, 2004 at Kings Creek. 'Tis the Season... Lewes Ice Plant 110 New Rd. 302.645.4596 www.soapfairy. Chris Gorsueh is the praise and worship leader at the Reliance Church. Submitted photo Bou/evard at the Beach 2004 CLEARANCE SALE Every 2004 Ford, Lincoln & Mercury MUST BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF PROFIT I Rt. 1, Midway (302) 64512801 I I I *Prices & Savings include all factory rebates ]1 1 ...... r .... ,[Vl-]lllllililillllll|lllml ....... I l-I - -IIIIIIIIIIl|illlllliillllillllllllllWI177 11 F 7! 111 I  l]llPlTIlllllllllllllllgglllllllllrTll " r T .... T " -- [ { r  -] [ [ l] 80 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 Reliance Church " puts its focus on building community Guitar-driven music, tiat-screen monitors, caf6 tables, candles, short movies poking fun at them- selves, a serious discussion on life - a new trendy coffee shop? No. It's the new church meeting in, of all places, Beach Babies on Route 1, Lewes. Reliance Church Community started their regular Sunday morn- ing services on the first Sunday of October and the congregation is pleased at how the transformation from a child day care center to a multisensory sanctuary has gone. "We had an image in our minds of what we would like to see, but I had no idea just how well our group would be able to pull it off," said Pastor Doug Short, a graduate of the University of Center Continued from page 72 tion, directors of the Jean & Joan Fund announced the $29,000 is dedicated toward the Tunnell Cancer Center's patient care, thanks to the continued support of the local community and busi- nesses. Jeffrey Fried, president and CEO of Beebe Medical Cen- ter, announced the creation of the Jeanne Andrews Annual Trophy in memory of the fund's co- founder. The first winner of the award was Tricia Ritthaler from King's Creek Country Club. Since this was the fund's fifth anniversary, sponsors who sup- ported the tournament from the beginning were honored at the tournament dinner Oct. 5, with an inscription on the plaque to be displayed at Beebe Medical Cen- ter. These sponsors were the A1- legis Group Foundation, Bear In- Maryland and Southeastern Theo- logical Seminary. Short says that the church is open to everyone but it has been structured to appeal specifically to the twenty and thirty-somethings of the Milton-Millsboro-Re- hoboth area. "Statistics show that those in that age group are leaving the church in high numbers, and it really is no surprise as to why. The church, as it has been present- ed to them, has been perceived as archaic and irrelevant. While we will incorporate ancient/tradition- al elements to our services, we will always seek to bridge the gap between then and now, keeping the historic faith while presenting  it in a modern, relevant way. We Continued on page 81 I dustries, Beebe Medical Center, Burris Logistics, Crowley Associ- ates Realty, Kings Creek Country Club, Midway Realty Corp., John J. Pohanka Family Foundation, Peninsula Masonry, Smith Barney and USExpress. The teams from Abraxus Oncology and the A1- legis Group Foundation tied for this year's championship, and in a "match of cards" the Abraxus foursome of Ed Barnes, Ed Lafer- ty, Luis Ramos and Beth Maxwell were named the winners. Jean & Joan Fund Committee members include chairman Jim Martin, Donna Brockstedt, Frank Cannatelli, Mardee Corbett, Jane DelGaudio, Jim Holdridge, Beth Magnus, Tillie McHugh, Nancy Stack, Tyson Mayers, Victor Bal- com, Pamela Rutherford, Jeffrey Fried, Cherrie Rich and Nancy Cummings. The sixth annual tournament will be held Oct. 4, 2004 at Kings Creek. 'Tis the Season... Lewes Ice Plant 110 New Rd. 302.645.4596 www.soapfairy. Chris Gorsueh is the praise and worship leader at the Reliance Church. Submitted photo Bou/evard at the Beach 2004 CLEARANCE SALE Every 2004 Ford, Lincoln & Mercury MUST BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF PROFIT I Rt. 1, Midway (302) 64512801 I I I *Prices & Savings include all factory rebates ]1 1 ...... r .... ,[Vl-]lllllililillllll|lllml ....... I l-I - -IIIIIIIIIIl|illlllliillllillllllllllWI177 11 F 7! 111 I  l]llPlTIlllllllllllllllgglllllllllrTll " r T .... T " -- [ { r  -] [ [ l]