Church Events
Thursday, June 29th, 2000
Christ Lutheran to host dance
Christ Lutheran Church's youth group will hold an Independence Day dance Tuesday, July 4, from 7 until 11 p.m. Disc jockey will be Wayne Smith. Admission is $3 per person, or $5 per couple. The church is located on the corner of Shipley and Spruce streets, Seaford. For more information contact Amy at 629-9755.

Yard sale planned for July 1
Laurel Wesleyan Women will hold a yard sale on Saturday, July 1, from 8 a.m. till 1 p.m. in the church parking lot. In case of rain, it will be in the fellowship hall. The women will also be cooking up breakfast and lunch.
Proceeds will benefit mission projects. To arrange to donate items to be sold, call Mary Alice Collins, 238-7114. Call the church office, 875-5380, for information about dropping off items.

Church to celebrate 4th year
Christ the Cornerstone Community Church will celebrate its fourth anniversary Sunday, July 2, 2 p.m. The church is located on the corner of alternate US 13 and Bethel Road, Laurel. The celebration will feature "Lights of Home" David Overstreet. The Rev. M. Bryan Rice is pastor. For more information call 875-0771.

Flute, harp set for next concert
A three-concert recital series held at St. John's United Methodist Church in Seaford brings nationally known performance artists to our area.
The series began Thursday, June 22, with a concert by organist Paul Fleckenstein. Other concerts in this series will be by "Heartsound," a Celtic flute and harp duo on July 27, and soprano Catherine Justice on Aug. 24.
Tickets are $10 for each concert. Proceeds benefit enlargement and renovation of St. John's pipe organ. To order tickets, or for other information you may call the church office at 629-9466.
LambJam set for mid-August
The mid-Atlantic's largest Christian music event is returning to Eagle's Nest Campground near Milton, on Aug. 18 and 19. Lamb Jam 2000 has been expanded to include a Friday night program, plus a full-day of concerts on Saturday.
Headlining this year's festival is FFH, a band originally from Lancaster, Pa., that hit it big in the contemporary Christian music field last year with a string of number-one radio singles. The group is best known for its debut smash hit "Big Fish," and records on the Nashville-based Essential label.
Other national acts signed to perform at LambJam are Jonathan Pierce, The Darin's, Russ Lee, Tammy Trent, Natalie Grant and comedian Jeff Allen. Regional artists include Baltimore's acoustic rock band Forever Moon and Virginia's Doug Farris & Co.
A LambJam 2000 Kick-Off Party and Youth Rally have been added to the schedule for Friday night, Aug. 18, featuring the new Christian band Plus One.
Tickets for LambJam 2000 are available by calling The Light FM at 1-888-LAMBJAM or online at More information is available at the LambJam website,
Saturday tickets purchased in advance are $15 for adults 12 and older, $5 for students, 6 through 11, and free for children 5 and under. Prices increase closer to the festival. Friday tickets are $5 for anyone 6 and older.

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