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Cape Gazette FAITH & SPIRITUALITY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2012 61 Briefly )) fe.ows p at 5:30 p.m. Explosion of His Love Israel UMC to holdset Nov. 28 to 30 Historic Hebron church Advent service The Lighthouse Church, 6 needs urgent repairs Sponsored by the United South Railroad Ave., Wyoming, Established in 1888, the his-Methodist Women's Ministry, will be featuring its very own toric Hebron MP Church, 18282 the annual Advent/Christmas evangelist, Barbara Lynch, as the Seashore Highway, Georgetown Candlelight Service will be held -speaker for a three-day gather- asks for contributions to help at 6 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 2, at Israel ing, Explosion of His Love, which with needed replacement of sills, UM Church, 20230 Plantation will run at 7 p.m., Wednesday to floor joists and its foundation, as Road, Lewes. Friday, Nov. 28 to 30. There is no well as roof repair. Its congrega- All are welcome to come and registration, but a free-will offer- ing will be collected. This event tion recently had the structure worship as the church prepares powerwashed and painted, to welcome the Christ Child into is open to all. Children are wel- thanks to generous donations, the world. The theme is Expecta- come but there will be no nurs- Donations for the current urgent tion and Hope, with special ery. Call Christopher Gore at 302-632-4679 for information. projects can be mailed to Nellie songs of praise from sister Adams, 21902 Vaughn Road, churches in the community, i~.Visit us online Georgetown, DE 19947. For de- jf tails, call 302-856-7996. St, John the Baptist to hold Advent Service Advent begins Dec, 2 atAn Advent Service and cele- Lutheran church bration in The Episcopal Church of St. John the Baptist, 307 Feder- The Lutheran Church of Our al St., Milton, will take place at 7 Savior, 20276 Bay Vista Road in p.m., Sunday, Dec. 9, with a tradi- Rehoboth, begins its Advent tionalprogram of Advent lessons schedule of services with Advent and carols including seasonal fa- Lessons & Carols at 11:15 a.m., vorites. Call 302-684-8431 or visit Sunday, Dec. 2. Wednesday night www.saintiohnmilton.org for ad- Advent services will start at 7 ditional information. Everyone is p.m., Dec. 5, with soup and salad . welcome. YOUTH TO RAFFLE BOATS DEC, 9 TO SUPPORT HURRICANE RELIEF Lewes Presbyterian to hold annual bazaar The Kelly Class of Lewes Pres- byterian Church will hold its an- nual Christmas Bazaar from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 1. There will be crafts, new and most-new items, a table of greens, Christmas decorations, baked goods and a drawing. Lewes Presbyterian Church is at 133 Kings Hwy. For more infor- mation, call 302-645-5345. TRADITIONAL FAITH AND WORSHIP "The Faith as given" -JUDE 3 23269 Anglican Church 1928 Book of Conunon Prayer Park Avenue Georgetown, DE Rectory 302-238-7464 Sundays 8 and 10 AM CHRISTMAS AT EPWORTH Sun 12/02 5:30 pm Greening of the Church & Family Advent Potluck Dinner Sat 12/08 9:00 am Annual Cookie Walk t Sun 12/16 7:30 pm Holiday Concert Featuring Countertenor Christopher Berg Mon 12/24 5:00 pm Christmas Eve Family Service; Children present "The Journey to Bethlehem" 7:30 pm Lessons and Carols: Chancel and Memorial Bell Choirs 9:30 pm Christmas Eve Contemporary Service; led by the PRAISE! Team I l:00 pm Christmas Eve Contemplative Service Sun 12/30 Combined Worship ] 0:00 am Christmastide and Red Rose Sunday Mon 12/31 5:00 pm - Watch Night Communion 6:00 pm SUBMITTED PHOTO SHOWN IS ONE OF THREE 12-foot skiffs, built by St. Peter's Youth with the help and guidance of the Lewes Historical Society, which will be raffled off at noon, Sunday, Dec. 23. The proceeds will go to Episcopal Relief & Develop- ment to help with Hurricane Sandy relief. Tickets can be purchased at the church office, 211 Mulberry St. (comer-of Mulberry and Second streets) in downtown Lewes. They are $20 each or three fo.r $SO.-To learn more about St. Peter's historic church, go to www.stpeterslewes.org. Saint George's Chapel (Parish Hall) Rt. 23 / Beaver Dam Road Harbeson, DE 000000000000 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1st 9 AM to 3 PM ADMISSION FREE! 000000000000 1 Featuring handmade crafts, baked goods, white elephant items such as used books, kitchen and household items. Fresh cut greens, I soup, chili and much more. I I roy JI, li ] I (Tours of the Chapel that day, too) (k lr] Need more info? Call 302-945-2368 IIL, 19285 Holland Glade Rd., Rehoboth Beach - 227.7743 Sundays: 8 & 11 a.m. Traditional Services with Choir 9:30 a.m. Contemporary PRAISE! Service with ASL Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Nursery Care at all services. Visit us online www.epworth-rehoboth.org. Countertenor Christopher Berg Christmas Concert Sun., Dec. 16 7:30 p.m. No Time To Bake For Ctgr/stmas Enteetain/ng & Giving ? Saturday, December 8 9am until all gone HomemM Cookies & Treats Tables & Tables To Select Your Favorites ! $7.00 per pound ,Heavenly C . tlons" Cookie Cook3ook Pre-Pacit ged Cookie Gift Assortments Gift Baskc -s of Fair Trade Coffee & Chocolate Available Methodist Church Open ,Wim Ooom 19285 Holland Glade Rd., Rehoboth Beach -227.7743 Sundays: 8 & 11 a.m, Traditional Services withChoir 9:30 a.m. Contemporary PRAISE! Service with American Sign Language Sunday School: 9:30. Nursery Care At All Services Visit us online www.eumcrb.org