Church Events
Thursday, November 18th. 1999
Recording artist coming to Seaford
Alan McGill, who for many years was one of the most recorded soloists in the field of religious music, will present a program of "Song and Christian Testimony" at First Baptist Church, 543 N. Bradford St., Seaford, Sunday, Nov. 28, at 7 p.m.
McGill has recorded numerous single records and 23 albums.
Early in his Christian recording career while under contract in Hollywood, his rendition of "Each Step of the Way" became the fastest-selling sacred record in America.
There is no admission charge.

Trip to Sight & Sound theater is planned
Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church, Laurel, is sponsoring a trip to "The Miracle of Christmas Show" at the Sight and Sound Theater in Lancaster, Pa. on Saturday, Dec. 18.
The cost of $71 includes transportation by Savages' bus service, buffet meal, ticket to the show, shopping stop at Rockvale Mall and a short tour of holiday lighting in Lancaster.
For more information and reservations, call 302-846-2694.

Visiting pastors to be at Trinity Nov. 20, 21
Pastors Kenny and Kim Davis of Rocky Mount, N.C., will lead services at Trinity United Methodist Church near Trap Pond on Saturday, Nov. 20, and Sunday, Nov. 21. Evening services will begin nightly at 7 and Sunday morning service will start at 10.
Kenny Davis has ministered frequently on the Delmarva Peninsula. He and his wife are both pastors and musicians. Everyone is welcome.

Homecoming at Line Church set for Nov. 21
Line Church, Whitesville Road, Delmar, will hold its homecoming Sunday, Nov. 21, at 1:30 p.m.
The guest speaker will be Kenneth Matthews from Salisbury and music will be provided by the Lights of Home. Dinner will follow at the community hall.

Sounds of Grace to perform at Portsville
A gospel concert featuring the Sound of Grace will be held at Portsville United Methodist Church on Sunday, Nov. 21, at 8:50 a.m. The church is located west of Laurel on Kenney Road. For information call (302) 875-4672.

Church, radio, Mountaire join to feed hungry
For the third year, Mountaire Farms in Selbyville and partners WOLC Radio and the Dagsboro Church of God will provide food for more than 10,000 people on Delmarva.
On Monday, Nov. 22, at the Mountaire warehouse on Railroad Avenue, Dagsboro, 300 people will begin packing cases of food to be delivered and picked up the following day.
Mountaire will contribute the boxes for donations and pickup around the community. Each box will contain a whole Mountaire chicken, canned vegetables, boxed stuffing mix, instant potatoes, canned cranberry sauce, canned sweet potatoes/yams, box of cake mix, canned icing and a box of brownie mix.
In addition, coats, gloves and scarves collected during the Freedom Blast Concert held at the Salisbury Civic Center and sponsored by WOLC radio will be offered to the agencies, churches and individuals who pick up their Thanksgiving food boxes.

Shiloh Ministries to be introduced
On Sunday, Dec. 5, from 2 to 5 p.m., an open house will be held at the home of Randy and Barbara Walter to introduce Shiloh Ministries, which is being developed as a disciplining and training program for single mothers and their children. Anyone interested in finding out more about this ministry is welcome to come.
The house is located at 209 West St. in Berlin. For more information, call 410-641-4004.
On Tuesday, Nov. 23, at the Wal-Mart Store on US 50 in Berlin, Md., a bake sale will be held between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. to benefit Shiloh Ministries.

Ninety and Nine to hold Christmas dinner
The Ninety & Nine invites women to its annual Christmas dinner at the Seaford Golf & Country Club on Monday, Dec. 6, at 6:30 p.m.
The Ninety & Nine is a ministry which was formed in 1984 by a group of women who care about the needs of others.
The speaker will be Barbara Wilson from Laurel. Wilson taught in the public school system and Delaware Technical & Community College for 30 years.
During her career she also taught seminars and workshops for educators, and business and industry workers.
After Wilson's retirement in 1991, she was active in ministry at St. John's UMC in Seaford, serving as volunteer lay pastor of visitation. On July 4, she was appointed pastor of the Laurel-Mt. Pleasant Charge.
She plans to continue theological studies at Duke University until she concludes her requirements to be a licensed local pastor in the United Methodist Church.
Music will be provided by Esther Marval.
Reservations are necessary. For details call Joyce Thomas at 629-2248 or Mildred Fager at 629-7228.

Kids' Club set for every Wednesday
Christ United Methodist Church, Laurel, is hosting a weekly, after-school fellowship group for children called Kids' Club.
The weekly fellowship group will include safe homework hours, tutoring, meals, music, recreation and crafts. The club will meet on each Wednesday from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
The Rev. Dr. Brooks Reynolds of Christ United Methodist Church welcomes the children of the community to join the activities and fellowship.
For more information call the church office at 875-4233.

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