Church News
Thursday, January 25, 2018
100 Men in Black The Mighty Men of Calvary will hold 100 Men in Black at 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 3, at Mt. Calvary A.M.E., 25206 School Rd., Concord. Come and sing for joy to the Lord. Everyone is welcome.

Mardi Gras dinner/dance A Mardi Gras dinner/dance will take place on Saturday, Feb. 10 in the Our Lady of Lourdes church hall (next to Seaford Middle School). There will be a live band, dinner will include Cajun fish and Gumbo, and there will be a cash bar. Dinner will start at 6:15 p.m. with dancing at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available at church hall or through any Knights of Columbus member.

Harvest Ministry in Delmar needs volunteers Harvest Ministry in Delmar is in need of volunteers. If you can work a few hours a week it would be greatly appreciated. If you are interested pleasecall Russell Smart at 302-846-2253 or Harvest Ministry at 302-846-3009.

Lesson in peace What do Martin Luther King, Jr., Mohandas Gandhi and Bugs Bunny have in common? It all has to do with peace. The Season for Nonviolence was established by Arun Gandhi, Mohandas Gandhis grandson, as a yearly event celebrating the philosophies and lives of Mohandas Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. The season begins with the anniversary of Mohandas Gandhis assassination on January 30 and ends with the anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.s assassination on April 4. It is anchored by a mission, statement of principles, and commitments by participants towards living in a nonviolent way. All Bugs Bunny ever wanted was to live in peace. And it never failed, Elmer Fudd always tried to end that peace. Yet Bugs never lost his cool or his sense of humor, and he always used his opponents energy to outsmart them. Because of his equanimity, Bugs was victorious and able to return to his own peace and privacywhich was all he ever wanted anyway. This is the Lesson in store of us at Unity on Sunday.

We meet at 10 AM at the Spiritual Center at 98 Rudder Road, just off Long Neck Road in Long Neck. All are welcome.

Old Christ Church meeting The Board of Directors of the Old Christ Church League are holding their annual meeting and dinner on Saturday, Feb. 3 at St Philips Church in Laurel. Social time will start at 6 p.m. with appetizers and wine, and dinner will follow at 7 p.m., prepared by the women of St. Philips. The price of the dinner is $20. Following dinner, and a short business meeting, there will be a special presentation by Kenneth Serfass from Gettysburg, Pa. A renowned professional impressionist and living historian of President Ulysses S. Grant, he will provide the opportunity for audience involvement, answering any questions they may have. It promises to be a very interesting program. Old Christ Church, built in 1771 is very unique in our area in that it is one of a few intact wooden churches and has never been modernized. Church services are held there monthly in the summer, and threeconcerts a year, as well. Weddings are held there as well. The public is welcome to attend this event to learn more about this treasure in our area. To make a reservation, please call Stacy Northam-Smith at 302- 258-7621 or email her at

The Ten Commitments Unity of Rehoboth Beach, located at 98 Rudder Road, Long Neck, will continue the series, The Ten Commitments this Sunday at 10a.m. This series is asking the congregants to revisit their understanding of the Ten Commandments and look at each one with a different understand them from a Commitment or a Challenge viewpoint. This week we discuss Commandment #2; Thou shalt not make unto thee and graven image. What idols do you have in your life...if there is anything you place before God, you are denying God. Everyone is welcome at our Service as well as any activity we have at Unitys Spiritual Center.