Greenwood Events
Thursday, May 10th, 2001
 

Hopkins new GOP leader
The Sussex County Republican Committee voted in a new slate of officers at its meeting last night at Delaware Technical and Community College. Among the new officers is Bridgeville businessman Keller Hopkins, new Sussex County GOP chairman. Hopkins succeeds Georgetown attorney Bruce Rogers. "I am a heavy equipment operator and pipe layer at heart," said Hopkins, owner of Hopkins Construction in Bridgeville. "I have found that newcomers are welcome at all levels of the Republican Party. We are a party of ideas and hard work and all are welcome." Hopkins resides in Bridgeville with his wife, Joann, and their seven children. The Sussex County Republican Committee meets at 7:30 p.m. on the second Monday of each month at Delaware Technical and Community College in Georgetown. For details, call 856-6323.

Prayer class to start May 10
River of Life Christian Center is sponsoring a 10-week class on interceding for others with prayer beginning tonight, May 10, 7:30 at the Bridgeville Senior Center, 414 Market St., Bridgeville. Cost of $15 covers the workbook and literature. For more information call 349-9055.

Greenwood services set
Greenwood and Todd's Chapel United Methodist Churches will hold a series of services, "Journeying with Jesus," May 13 through 16 with John Hobbs, evangelist, and Kenny Davis, musician. Sunday morning services will be held at Todd's Chapel UMC at 9:45 and at Greenwood UMC at 11. Evening services will be Sunday through Wednesday, 7 p.m., at Greenwood UMC. Bible study will be Monday through Wednesday, 10 a.m. at Greenwood UMC. For more information, call 349-4741.

Support group to meet
The Grieving/New Beginnings support group will meet Monday, May 14, at 10 a.m. in the fellowship hall of Mt. Calvary United Methodist Church, 28 Church St., Bridgeville. For more information call Carolyn Moody, 337-3281.

Antique tractor club forming
First State Antique Tractor Club's first meeting is at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 17, at Sam Yoder & Son's Truss Office, 9387 Memory Lane, Greenwood. For details, call 684-1971.

Church to help community
The Bridgeville Charge and the Bridgeville Union United Methodist Church are working with Methodist churches from the Smyrna area in a program called Communities of Shalom. The goal of this program is to enable the church to be the catalyst for the rebuilding and renewing of communities. Through a collaborative style the Communities of Shalom strategy works to equip the community to plan for its future, using church and community assets for spiritual, social and economic growth and development. The Communities of Shalom was started in 1992 as the United Methodist Church's response to the Los Angeles riots. The initiative started in three Los Angeles communities and has spread throughout the country. Today, more than 300 Shalom sites are active in the world with more than 50 new ones beginning each year. For more information about this project contact the Rev. Purnell Moody (337-3281) or the Rev. Gary Tulak (337-7409).