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Cape Gazette FAITH & SPIRITUALITY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2010 67 Religious Notes )) )e Gazette's Traveler Series* Groome UMC to provide breakfast, snack Groome United Methodist Church of Lewes has started a Saturday morning ministry. On the first and third Saturdays of each month a hot breakfast will be served from 7 to 10 a.m., for anyone in need of a hot meal. The ministry will be served downstairs in fellowship hall. There will also be a healthy snack for each person to take home. Groome United Methodist Church is located at the corner Of Savannah Road and Dewey Avenue in Lewes. For details, call 645-6256 or 645-6732. UUSD to screen "The Brea ast Club" Dec. 3 The Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware First Friday Films and Potluck Dinner will screen "The Breakfast Club" at 6"30 p.m., Friday, Dec. 3, at 33739 Marsh Road No. 2, Lewes. The fdm ex- plores the lives of five high school students who only met once, but it changed their lives forever. All different stereotypes, the students meet in detention, where they pour their hearts out to each other and discover how they have a lot more in common than they thought. The public is welcome to bring a dish to share and join in thoughtful discussion after the film, facilitated by Peggy Smith. For details, call 645-6334 or visit Christmas bazaar set for Dec. 4 in Lewes The Kelly Club of the Lewes Presbyterian Church will hold its an- nual Christmas bazaar from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 4, at the church on Kings Highway. There will be crafts, new and almost-new items, a table of greens, Christmas decorations, baked goods and a drawing. Soup, chili and hot dogs will be available. There will also be entertainment and programs for children. For additional informa- tion, contact Lewes Presbyterian Church at 645-5345. St. Peter's ECW to serve annual luncheon St. Peter's Episcopal Church Women will serve their annual soup luncheon to the people who will be walking the streets of Lewes Sat- urday, Dec, 4, during the Lewes Historical Society Christmas House Tour The menu will include hot vegetable-beef soup, vegetarian minestrone soup, rolls, dessert and beverages. The cost will be $7 at the door, and food will be served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the parish hall of the church located on Second and Mulberry streets at St. Pe- ter's Square. In addition to the luncheon, a gourmet basket, gingerbread house and handmade Christmas wreath will be raffled at the end of the luncheon. Raffle tickets are $1 each and can be purchased at the church office and also at the door. The event provides a substantial part of the funds for the many charities that St. Peter's Episcopal Church Women supports through: out the year. St. Andrew's to hold bake sale, auction Dec. 4 St. Andrew Orthodox Church will have a bake sale and Chinese auction from 8"30 a.m: until 2.30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 4, at Henlopen Grange Hall, 1528 Savannah Road, Lewes. A variety of cakes, pies, cookies and assorted Greek pastries will be offered. An assortment of Christmas gift items will be up for auction. The sale will benefit the St. Andrew's building fund. For more information, call 645-5791. I Hail Bennett of the Bennett Orchard clan recently returned from one of the world's most umque places. One of his compadreS on the trip took this photograph of him and Hail Wrote to us on his return: "Just got back after a month in the incredibly rugged Himalayan mountains of Nepal. After 14 days hiking and camping in thin, frigid air, I climbed a small peak called Kala Patar to an altitude of 18,50Oft. Behind me, and a only of couple miles away, is a closeup shot of Mt. Everest, and one of the most spectacular views on the planet! At 29,036 feet, it is the highest mountain on Earth, and surrounded by many others almost as tall. Once in a lifetime experience that I will never forget." (We're a little miffed that Hall's copy of the Cape Gazette isn't as neatly ironed as some of the colorful prayer flags whipping around him in the six-mile high breezes, but we'll get over it.) When Hail returned to Sussex County, one of the flattest places in the world, his mother, Came, added a footnote to the trip's narrative: "Like all parents, we admired his adventurous spirit while praying for his safe return. Now around our house we sing, "How you gonna keep 'em down on the farm now that they've seen Katmandu?" * 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: Computer Accessible E-edition- only $32/year! A great way to keep up with news from home, away from home! Bethel to host Cookie Walk Dec. :4 The Mary Martha Circle of Bethel United Methodist Church in Lewes is sponsoring a Cookie Walk fron 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 4. All proceeds will go to the capital-improvement campaign. Bethel United Methodist Church is located at the corner of West Fourth and Market streets, across from Beebe Medical Center's east parking lot. Reach Bethel at 645-9426, email or visit Conley's UMC to hold Grotto Pizza fundraiser Conley's United Methodist Church will hold a fundraiser from 4 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 9, at Grotto Pizza on Long Neck Road. The restaurant will donate 20 percent of the total check to Conley's build- ing fund. A voucher is necessary and may be obtained by contacting Pat Short at 226-4221, or the church office at 945-1881. Groome UMC to host ladies' tea Dec. 11 All ladies are invited to attend Groome United Methodist Church's third annual Ladies of Faith Christmas Tea at 1 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 11. There will be Christmas carols and music by the Cape Henlopep Se- nior Choir and others. The tea will follow in Groome's fellowship hall. Groome United Methodist Church is located at the corner of Savannah Road and Dewey Avenue in Lewes. 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