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Cape Gazette FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21 -MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24,2014 71 Unitarians host dayprinciples valuing the worth and enced dance and kirtan leaders dignity of every person and that from New England. Arif Le- of singing UUsprovide a religious home for ininger began dancing in the all traditions, early 1970s, and Amina Silk be- Join Amina, Arif, and friends at People's relationships with one gan dancing in the early 1990s. Unitarian Universalists of South- another, with diverse peoples, In 2007, they joined to present ern Delaware on the Saturday races and nations, should be the Dances of Universal Peace. after Thanksgiving, Nov. 29, as governed by justice, equity, and Combining Arif's musicianship they feel deeper into hearts, find compassion, and Amina's graceful, heartfelt connections with each others' The Dances of Universal Peace movement, they express their hearts and with the One Heart. are body prayers - simple music, love for this powerful practice of UUSD is at 33739 Marsh Road lyrics, and circle dance move- healing, community and peace. off Route 1 and Wescoats Road ments that touch one's spiritual Donations follow the Gift- in Lewes. essence, ing Economy model; no one is The day will start with singing Songs include themes of peace, excluded due to lack of funds, and chanting Kirtan/Songs of healing, and the celebration of and if someone is moved in this Peace from 10 a.m. to noon. Share life's great mystery. Dancers cre- current time, the donation basket a potluck lunch from noon to 2 ate a sense of solidarity and is a way to express thanks. No p.m. The Dances of Universal community, and honor the un- preregistration is required. Peace event continues from 2 to derlying unity of all spiritual For more information, contact 6 p.m. Everyone is welcome; no traditions. Live music includes Beebe Frazer at kodnik@earth- experience is necessary, drum, guitar, clarinet, and har- link.net or 302-645-6770. Unitarian Universalism is a re- monium. For directions and information ligious tradition based on seven Amina and Arif are experi- about UUSD, go to uussd.org. ARIF LEININGER BEGAN DANCING in the early 1970s dancing in the early 1990s. SUBMITTED PHOTO and Amina Silk began WHITE'S CHAPEL WELCOMES ALL TO GIVE THANKS NOV. 26 sUBMITTED PHOTO A THANKSGIVING SERVICE will be held at White's Chapel United Methodist Church at 15373 Coastal Highway, Milton at 7 p.m., Wednes- day, Nov. 26. White's is on the northbound side of Route 1, four miles south of Route 16 and three miles north of Red Mill Pond. Everyone is welcome, and refreshments will be served following the service. For more information, call 302=645-8098. Briefly )) Barratt's to host Thanksgiving Eve Vigil Nov. 26 The Reminders will lead a Thanksgiving Eve Vigil at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 26, at historic Barratt's Chapel. The vigil will be a meditative and moving concert with acclaimed guest artists sharing their special brand of music to celebrate and give thanks. The concert is open to the public and free of charge; a love offering will be taken. Barratt's Chapel and Museum are on Route 113 in Kent County, 6362 Bay Road, just outside of Frederica. For more information contact Barratt's Chapel Curator Barb Duffin at 302-335-5544, barratts@aol. com or visit www.barrattschapel.org. Faith UMC to offer free dinners Nov. 26 Free Thanksgiving Dinners will be available starting at 11 a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 26, eat in or carry out, at Faith United Method- ist Church Fellowship Hall (former Rehoboth Day Care Center) at Route 1 and Oyster House Road, Rehoboth Beach. Sponsored by Faith United Methodist Church of Rehoboth. For more information call Waynne Paskins at 302-227-8738. All are welcome. Cookie Walk at Epworth UMC set Epworth United Methodist Church will hold its Sixth Annual Cookie Walk at 9 a.m. until sold out Saturday, Dec. 6, offering a delicious opportunity for holiday entertaining and gift giving. "Tables and tables of yum- my homemade cookies will be available for you to select your favorites. We will have pre- packaged cookie assortments wrapped with Christmas spirit as well as gift baskets of Fair Exchange coffee and chocolate. Selected cookies will be sold $8 per pound. Pre-packaged as- sortments and gift baskets will be priced individually," says Sue Sprague, event chair. The "Heavenly Creations" Cookie Cookbook, a collection of over 120 recipes from the kitchens of the Epworth family, will be on sale. Proceeds from the cookbook and the Cookie Walk will be used to further the ministries of the Caring Pathway, whose mission is to provide care for church members and the community through a variety of outreach services. In previous years, proceeds have been used for the upkeep tions to the CRC Transitional of the Epworth bus which offers Housing Program. transportation to Sunday wor- "Our Cookie Walk has become ship from Brandywine Senior such an anticipated and popular Living. Also, monies have been Christmas event for the beach used for DVD players so shut-ins community, my advice would be are able to watch Sunday morn- to arrive early," says Sprague. ing services; for the Epworth Epworth United Methodist Sunday Soup Kitchen; for the Church is ati9285 Holland Glade church's new handicapped-ac- Road, off Coastal Highway north cessible doors; for scholarships of Rehoboth Beach. to the Pen-Del Annual Youth For more information, call the Rally and to the West Rehoboth church office at 302-227-7743 or Youth Program; and for dona- go to www.eumcrb.org. HUNGRY CUSTOMERS LINE UP the Epworth Cookie Walk. SUBMITTED PHOTO to fill their boxes with delicious cookies at Heritage Sunday at St. George's Chape set Nov. 23 On Sunday, Nov. 23, at 9:30 our 1716 altar edition of the 1662 Sunday will include music ap- a.m., the Episcopal Parish of All Church of England prayer book propriate to the period, dre;'s Saints' Church and St. George's in the service. Many worshippers and wigs of the colonial times Chapel will celebrate Heritage will come dressed in colonial will also be in evidence as the Sunday at their historic chapel attire, reminiscent of colonial congregation pays tribute to its located at 20274 Beaver Dam times when the members of the long and colorful history. Pie, Road in Harbeson, six miles congregation were primarily refreshments and colonial era south of Five Points on Route 23. farmers and merchants. We al- games are planned afterward at Services at St. George's Chapel ways have a sense at St. George's the parish hall. All are welcome date back to 1719 at this location. Chapel that we stand on the and invited to receive Holy Com- "We willbe celebrating 295 years shoulders of generations who munion. of worship, ministry and loving have gone before us, a continuity For information, call the pariah service," stated the Rev. Max of that Communion of Saints." office at 302-227-7202 or go to Wolf, parish rector. "We will use The service on Heritage www.allsaintsandstgeorges.org.