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i Religious notes Fron00 The Ca )e Gazette's raveler Series* Sanders will be guest speaker at Christ's Church Christ's Church in Harbeson will feature guest preacher Minister Earnest Sanders at its 11 a.m. service Nov. 21. Minister Sanders' home church is Old Land Mark Gospel Church in Brooksville, Fla. All are welcome. Lewes-Rehoboth Thanksgiving service is Nov. 21 The annual Lewes-Rehoboth Association of Churches' (LRAC) an- nual community Thanksgiving service will be held at 7 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 21, at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Rehoboth Beach. The service will be followed by a time of fellowship and refreshment. The Rev. Thomas Johnson of the United Methodist Lewes Charge will preach; Westminster choir will provide the music. Lay readers from several congregations will assist in worship leadership. Everyone is invited to attend. For more information, call 227-2109. Wingfield Ministries to present worship services Wingfield Ministries will host its Salisbury Encounter worship serv- ices through Nov. 21 at the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center, Salis- bury, Md. The Charlie Daniels Band will be in concert Nov. 19, and Youth Night, with Kidz Jam, Out of Eden and Skillet will take the stage Nov. 20. The event concludes with a performance by Jaci Velasquez Nov. 21. For tickets, call 410-548-4911 or visit www.wicomicocivic- center.org. Karp to speak at Lewes Presbyterian Nov. 21 Dennis Karp, a representative of Chosen People Ministries, will be speaking during the 9:15 and 11 a.m. services, Sunday, Nov. 21, at Lewes Presbyterian Church. The program being presented is a Chanukah Message. Chosen People Ministries is on the forefront of Jewish evangelism. The ministry began in 1894 when Rabbi Leopold Cohn came to believe that Jesus was the Messiah of Israel. Beginning in Brooklyn, Rabbi Cohn sought to share the good news with his own people. Since that time, hundreds of Chosen People workers have shared the Gospel message of salvation in Jesus with Jewish people around the world. These services are open to the public and Lewes Presbyterian Church would like to invite the Christian and Jewish com- munity to attend. For more information, call 645-5345. St. John the Baptist to host Auction Night Nov. 20 St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church in Milton will hold an Auction Night at 5 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 20. Many items will be auctioned, as well as gift certificates from local merchants. There will also be a pot luck supper. Everyone is welcome. Proceeds from the auction will go towards the St. John's building fund. For more information, call 684- 8431 and leave a message and someone will return your call. St. John's is located at 307 Federal Street, Milton. Thanksgiving services set at St. John the Baptist St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church in Milton will celebrate the Holy Eucharist at 10 a.m., Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25. Everyone is in- vited to participate. The Rev. Joseph James, rector, and Jill Malloy, senior warden, welcome all newcomers to the Milton area to join St. John, and the Sunday school welcomes all children. Youth are current- ly working tO the annual Christmas pageant, and all children are wel- come to participate. For more information, call 684-8431. UU service focuses on sin of gluttony Nov. 21 The Unitarian Universalists Society of Southern Delaware was founded in 1997, although Unitarian Universalism as a religion is much older than that. The church strives to provide a spiritual home for people of free faith and diverse beliefs, and welcomes everyone, re- gardless of race, physical ability, or sexual orientation. Religious edu- cation for children and youth is offered at the same time as the service. Weekly services are held at 10 a.m., Sundays at the Cape Henlopen Ninth Grade campus, 820 Savannah Road in Lewes. On Nov. 21, Rev. Michael Smith takes the opportunity to visit another of the seven dead- ly sins: gluttony. It may not be very deadly, but it can give its sufferers indigestion and empty the wallet. For more information, call the church office at 645-6334 or visit wwwmusd.org. Learn more about Unitarian Universalism at www.uua.org. Lewes Presbyterian to serve Thanksgiving dinner Anyone who may be alone this Thanksgiving or who is unable to provide their family with an old-fashioned, home cooked Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings is invited to share in Lewes Presbyter- inn's free Thanksgiving meal, served from 4 to 6 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 21. Part of the celebration will be a coat giveaway. Anyone who needs a coat for the winter months for themselves or their family members, is welcome to choose from those on hand. All sizes are available. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 89 In Copenhagen With The Little Mermaid and Cape Gazette Joan and Richard Sciorra of Lewes visited Copenhagen in Denmark earlier this year and visit- ed the famous statue of the Little Mermaid in the Langelinie harbor there. Inspired by the fairy tale by Hans Christian Anderson. the bronze mermaid sculpture attracts hundreds of thou- sands of visitors each year. Once word ge4s out that the Cape Gazette was on the scene courtesy of the Sciorras, it's likely vis- itor numbers will double. The sculpture was placed in 1913, and has since been the symbol of Denmark. As the Eiffel tower in Paris and the Statue of Liberty in New York City have been very important for the two cities, so has the Little Mermaid been important for Copenhagen! nm n m n him m iml m m ml iN im m m m m m n m m n m nm ml m ilu n m m m m n m n n ml m nm] l C_./kPE, GZET'I'I SUB S CIIIO]Nr COUPON I I Please deliver'all the local news to: ! I I I I lease print I I Your name I I I I Your address I I I I city state zuP I I IIrdOone I I I | Second address (Snowbird) I L ....................... -- ............ J SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Enclose check) q $27 Sussex County (52 wk) q $15 Sussex County (26 wk) q $45 Out-of-County (52 wk) q $35 Out-of-County (26 wk) q $35 Snowbird mailed Out-of-County part of the year. q $30 College Student (9 mo.) Make check payable and mail to: Cape Gazette, PO Box 213, Lewes, DE 19958, or call to place credit card order at 1-302-645-7700. +r T "''wr'Trr'rr+rlrllrr-r+rTTl"r/Fl+ -I "I 11  "-rgTw1mnr-'BIBmumT/W7uTTT+1m]rp`|rF " ITIII'IB'ITTmI++'ITrTIW'MIIWINIqlIIIBNIIIII'+IITHIIIIINE+mlI' T+- + i Religious notes Fron00 The Ca )e Gazette's raveler Series* Sanders will be guest speaker at Christ's Church Christ's Church in Harbeson will feature guest preacher Minister Earnest Sanders at its 11 a.m. service Nov. 21. Minister Sanders' home church is Old Land Mark Gospel Church in Brooksville, Fla. All are welcome. Lewes-Rehoboth Thanksgiving service is Nov. 21 The annual Lewes-Rehoboth Association of Churches' (LRAC) an- nual community Thanksgiving service will be held at 7 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 21, at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Rehoboth Beach. The service will be followed by a time of fellowship and refreshment. The Rev. Thomas Johnson of the United Methodist Lewes Charge will preach; Westminster choir will provide the music. Lay readers from several congregations will assist in worship leadership. Everyone is invited to attend. For more information, call 227-2109. Wingfield Ministries to present worship services Wingfield Ministries will host its Salisbury Encounter worship serv- ices through Nov. 21 at the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center, Salis- bury, Md. The Charlie Daniels Band will be in concert Nov. 19, and Youth Night, with Kidz Jam, Out of Eden and Skillet will take the stage Nov. 20. The event concludes with a performance by Jaci Velasquez Nov. 21. For tickets, call 410-548-4911 or visit www.wicomicocivic- center.org. Karp to speak at Lewes Presbyterian Nov. 21 Dennis Karp, a representative of Chosen People Ministries, will be speaking during the 9:15 and 11 a.m. services, Sunday, Nov. 21, at Lewes Presbyterian Church. The program being presented is a Chanukah Message. Chosen People Ministries is on the forefront of Jewish evangelism. The ministry began in 1894 when Rabbi Leopold Cohn came to believe that Jesus was the Messiah of Israel. Beginning in Brooklyn, Rabbi Cohn sought to share the good news with his own people. Since that time, hundreds of Chosen People workers have shared the Gospel message of salvation in Jesus with Jewish people around the world. These services are open to the public and Lewes Presbyterian Church would like to invite the Christian and Jewish com- munity to attend. For more information, call 645-5345. St. John the Baptist to host Auction Night Nov. 20 St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church in Milton will hold an Auction Night at 5 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 20. Many items will be auctioned, as well as gift certificates from local merchants. There will also be a pot luck supper. Everyone is welcome. Proceeds from the auction will go towards the St. John's building fund. For more information, call 684- 8431 and leave a message and someone will return your call. St. John's is located at 307 Federal Street, Milton. Thanksgiving services set at St. John the Baptist St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church in Milton will celebrate the Holy Eucharist at 10 a.m., Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25. Everyone is in- vited to participate. The Rev. Joseph James, rector, and Jill Malloy, senior warden, welcome all newcomers to the Milton area to join St. John, and the Sunday school welcomes all children. Youth are current- ly working tO the annual Christmas pageant, and all children are wel- come to participate. For more information, call 684-8431. UU service focuses on sin of gluttony Nov. 21 The Unitarian Universalists Society of Southern Delaware was founded in 1997, although Unitarian Universalism as a religion is much older than that. The church strives to provide a spiritual home for people of free faith and diverse beliefs, and welcomes everyone, re- gardless of race, physical ability, or sexual orientation. Religious edu- cation for children and youth is offered at the same time as the service. Weekly services are held at 10 a.m., Sundays at the Cape Henlopen Ninth Grade campus, 820 Savannah Road in Lewes. On Nov. 21, Rev. Michael Smith takes the opportunity to visit another of the seven dead- ly sins: gluttony. It may not be very deadly, but it can give its sufferers indigestion and empty the wallet. For more information, call the church office at 645-6334 or visit wwwmusd.org. Learn more about Unitarian Universalism at www.uua.org. Lewes Presbyterian to serve Thanksgiving dinner Anyone who may be alone this Thanksgiving or who is unable to provide their family with an old-fashioned, home cooked Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings is invited to share in Lewes Presbyter- inn's free Thanksgiving meal, served from 4 to 6 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 21. Part of the celebration will be a coat giveaway. Anyone who needs a coat for the winter months for themselves or their family members, is welcome to choose from those on hand. All sizes are available. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 89 In Copenhagen With The Little Mermaid and Cape Gazette Joan and Richard Sciorra of Lewes visited Copenhagen in Denmark earlier this year and visit- ed the famous statue of the Little Mermaid in the Langelinie harbor there. Inspired by the fairy tale by Hans Christian Anderson. the bronze mermaid sculpture attracts hundreds of thou- sands of visitors each year. Once word ge4s out that the Cape Gazette was on the scene courtesy of the Sciorras, it's likely vis- itor numbers will double. The sculpture was placed in 1913, and has since been the symbol of Denmark. As the Eiffel tower in Paris and the Statue of Liberty in New York City have been very important for the two cities, so has the Little Mermaid been important for Copenhagen! nm n m n him m iml m m ml iN im m m m m m n m m n m nm ml m ilu n m m m m n m n n ml m nm] l C_./kPE, GZET'I'I SUB S CIIIO]Nr COUPON I I Please deliver'all the local news to: ! I I I I lease print I I Your name I I I I Your address I I I I city state zuP I I IIrdOone I I I | Second address (Snowbird) I L ....................... -- ............ J SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Enclose check) q $27 Sussex County (52 wk) q $15 Sussex County (26 wk) q $45 Out-of-County (52 wk) q $35 Out-of-County (26 wk) q $35 Snowbird mailed Out-of-County part of the year. q $30 College Student (9 mo.) Make check payable and mail to: Cape Gazette, PO Box 213, Lewes, DE 19958, or call to place credit card order at 1-302-645-7700. +r T "''wr'Trr'rr+rlrllrr-r+rTTl"r/Fl+ -I "I 11  "-rgTw1mnr-'BIBmumT/W7uTTT+1m]rp`|rF " ITIII'IB'ITTmI++'ITrTIW'MIIWINIqlIIIBNIIIII'+IITHIIIIINE+mlI' T+- +