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July-August, 2008

The Rector's Report

that I use at the end of our Prayers of the People on Sundays of Easter season which brings me great comfort. It is on page 395 of The Book of Common Prayer: Almighty God, by your Holy Spirit you have made us one with your saints in heaven and your saints on earth: grant that in our earthly pilgrimage we may always be supported by this fellowship of love and prayer, and know ourselves to be surrounded by their witness to your power and mercy.

There is a concluding Collect

Abiding Love and Presence

earth, supported by love and prayer. As Jackie Gleason would say, "How sweet it is!" Our parish family has had much to celebrate and much to grieve together. We rejoice in the safe return from Iraq of our beloved Dustin Myers and the other soldiers of his unit. We celebrate the blessings of new life in our midst through recent births, Baptisms, Confirmations & Receptions, Marriage, new members and new ministries, as we honor the faithfulness of long-time parishioners.

Taylor and B. J. Hall -- and all those we love but see no longer. We commend them into God's hands and into the glorious company of the saints in light. They share in Christ's resurrection, and we sense their abiding love and presence -- they are still with us. As we walk the pilgrim's way and serve God in our generation, let us rejoice in this sacred fellowship. The peace & joy of Christ, Father Max Wolf

Surrounded by the witness of God's saints in heaven and on

What a joy it is to finally be here at All Saints'Church and St. George's Chapel! I have 'gotten my feet wet' the last couple of weeks and have found such a wonderful, friendly and caring group of people! I remember when I first got my driver's license ... more years ago than I care to admit, I might add ... driving past St George's Chapel on my way to teaching Red Cross swimming at Lewes Beach. I had a flat tire right in front of the chapel! For the first time, realized what a beautiful church it was! Now, I am blessed to be the music director there and at the equally beautiful All Saints!! The last several months have been pretty eventful for me. As for church, the last 6 years I have been the Director of Music at

Notes From Our New Music Director

Grace Methodist Church in Millsboro where I led the choirs, handbells, praise bands, was organist, and took care of all things musical. In January, though I knew I would miss the people very much, I made a decision to leave the Methodist denomination. A chance meeting with Dorsey Johnson and talking with Doug Yetter led me to this parish! As for family, my daughter, Brittany, who lives with me, gave birth, June 2nd, to granddaughter#2, Kamdyn, and joined Trinity, who will be 5 in July. There aren't too many dull moments around our house! My son, Josh, graduated from college in May and decided he wanted to find adventure and wanted to move to Thailand for 6 months. I told him that he could find adventure in ... say ...

Together we mourn the recent death of cherished friends Tom McGovern, Lou Sturgis, Louise

Cleveland or Seattle...but he headed for Thailand anyway on June 4th!! As for school, I teach the choirs and guitar classes at Cape Henlopen HS and have finished just this week for the summer. We have combined the adult choirs from both All Saints' and St George's and will be singing weekly at the 10 o'clock services at alternating churches during the summer. What a fun group of people they are! We rehearse at 7 p.m. on Wednesday nights, sometimes at All Saints', sometimes at St. George's. The bells rehearse at 5 St George's every Wednesday and will be ringing the last Sunday of July at All Saints'. We are still looking for 2 more comContinued on Page 7

Chris's Chris's Corner Corner

By Father Chris Moore

unlocking the mystery of who are we. Come and join us as we explore the mystery of "YOU 101"! Sessions will be held at All Saints' on Thursday evenings, July 17, 24 and 31. A fourth possible session will be held on Thursday, August 7, if interest warrants. We will start each session with a bag sandwich or salad at 5:30 p.m., followed by the start of the session a little before 6 p.m. We will conclude promptly by 7:15 p.m. You are encouraged to attend all sessions, if you can, but each session stands on its own, so you can attend whichever session(s) you are able to, depending upon your schedule. For those of you commuting in from St. George's or from west of Route One, traffic should ease by 5 p.m. when you would be coming in. Off-street parking at All Saints' is available at the parking lot down the street from the church on Olive Avenue.


All Saints' Episcopal Church St. George's Chapel 18 Olive Avenue Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 Phone 302.227.7202 Fax 302.227.7085 [email protected] The Rev. Max J. Wolf, Rector The Rev. Christopher C. Moore The Rev. Canon P. Simon Mein The Rev. Harry N. Collins, Priest Associates Melissa Jackewicz, Parish Administrator Cynthia Hyland, Housekeeper Joy Kelly, Administrative Asst. Gail Betton Kelso, Music Director Scott Walsmith, Senior Warden Bernice Brown, Junior Warden Laura Dottterer, ECW President Jamie & Monroe Colvett, N'sletter ([email protected]) Websites:

Summer Course: "YOU 101"

he summer course for All Saints' & St. George's, starting at All Saints' on Wednesday, July 16, will be "YOU 101," an exploration of the wonderful mystery that is you, as interpreted through Scriptural and psychological insight. "I am fearfully and wonderfully made," writes the psalmist (Ps. 139:14). "So wonderfully complex" is a modern paraphrase of this same passage (The Living Bible). Sometimes when we become overwhelmed at trying to understand our bewildering and seemingly contradictory behavior, we feel like saying to God, "Thanks, but could you have made me a little less `wonderfully complex"? Actually, our very complexity, our "pattern," if you will, is our blueprint for functioning effectively and joyfully in the world. The problem, of course, lies in understanding the nature of our particular pattern, so that we can express the best that is in us, and so that we can live with a minimum of internal stress and confusion. "YOU 101" will be a playful and engaging, but at the same time serious exploration of our individual spiritual and psychological patterns. We will draw upon the work of psychiatrist Carl Jung as reflected in the Myers-Briggs typology. John Holland and his theory of work environments, the Enneagram, and even our memories of favorite childrens' books and favorite Bible characters. All these are clues to


Come and join us starting on Tuesday, July 17 at All Saints' at 5:30 p.m. for the first session of "YOU 101."

Understanding your personality or temperament is not only fascinating in and of itself. It is also a way of exploring some of life's most perplexing questions. Who am I? Who am I really? Why am I attracted to the people I am? What kind of work suits me best? What kind of volunteer or leisure activity would I enjoy? How can I be more myself? How can I get more out of life? What kind of prayer or devotional practice suits me best?

Parish Register

Marriages Heather Barrett and Thomas Palazzo Nikki Iacovelli and Kyle Longeway Baptisms Jacob Michael Mayfield Erichson James McMahon Deaths Betty Jane "B. J." Hall J. Louis Sturgis Louise Taylor Confirmations Judith Winifred Kirkey Marina Danielle Mayfield Receptions Deana Lynn Mayfield James Patrick Mayfield William Charles Kirkey

NOTE: St. George's ECW Chapter will be working on craft projects for the Christmas Shop, Thurdays at 1:30 p.m. through October.

Show and Preview Party (July 30) need new leaders! If you're willing to help out with this exciting, important event, please let Connie Shantz at 644-0358 or Dorsey Johnson at 934-1109 know. They need chairpersons for the 2009 Show and the 2009 Preview Party.

The annual All Saints' Antiques

Annual Antiques Show Needs Your Help


Important Dates

1. Someone to contact 6 or 8 people who will make 6 or 8 calls to restaurants to solicit food; call once to get an okay, call again to remind them the day before and then pick up the food and deliver to Convention Center the day of the party. Also, return dishes as needed.

Here are specific areas of need for the 2008 Preview Party:

3 -- Holy Communion & Fellowship, 2 p.m., Brandywime Assisted Living 4 -- Independence Day, parish office closed 5 -- Taize Service of meditative singing & Holy Communion, 6 p.m., All Saints' ´ 12 -- Summer Saturday Evening Service with Holy Communion, 6 p.m., All Saints' 14 -- St. George's ECW, 10 a.m., parish hall 14 -- Vestry, 7 p.m., St. George's parish hall 17 -- "You 101" -- a summer series discussion group led by Fr. Chris Moore, All Saints' parish hall 19 -- Summer Saturday Evening Service with Holy Communion, 6 p.m., All Saints' 24 -- "You 101" -- a summer series discussion group at All Saints' parish hall, 5:30 - 7:15 p.m.. 25 -- "Reclaiming a Life in Balance," discussion group at All Saints', 6-7:30 p.m. 26 --Summer Saturday Evening Service with Holy Communion, 6 p.m., All Saints' 30 -- Antiques Show Preview Party, 6-9 p.m., Rehoboth Beach Convention Center 31 -- "You 101" -- a summer series discussion group at All Saints' parish hall, 5:30 - 7:15 p.m..


2. Make a poster for Preview Party to thank restaurants, listing all participants on poster. 3. Someone needs to type/print thank-you notes for helpers.

2 -- Antiques Show, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Rehoboth Beach Convention Center 3 -- Antiques Show, 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Rehoboth Beach Convention Center 4 -- Antiques Show, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Rehoboth Beach Convention Center 4 -- You 101" -- a summer series discussion group at All Saints' parish hall, 5:30 - 7:15 p.m ´ 2 -- Taize Service of meditative singing & Holy Communion, 6 p.m., All Saints' Church 7 -- Holy Communion & Fellowship, 2 p.m., Brandywine Assisted Living 9 -- Summer Saturday Evening Service with Holy Communion, 6 p.m., All Saints' 11 -- St. George's ECW, 10 a.m., parish hall 16 -- Summer Saturday Evening Service with Holy Communion, 6 p.m., All Saints' 23 -- Summer Saturday Evening Service with Holy Communion, 6 p.m., All Saints' 30 -- Summer Saturday Evening Service with Holy Communion, 6 p.m., All Saints'

Deadline For Items In September Newsletter, August 15

4. Need someone to type/print letters to restaurants for thanks and to give them a tax ID as the food is picked up. 5. Be at Preview Party, get volunteers to come early to set up, serve and clean up. 6. Connie Shantz has the timeline of things to do and when to do them.

Call them. They need good or`BURNING MORTGAGE' -- On Sunday, June 15, The Rt. Rev. Wayne ganizers and hard workers to run the P. Wright participated with The Rev. Max Wolf in "burning the mortShow and Party in 2009. gage" for St. George's parish hall. Ben Winsor is in the background.


Ps 100:1-2 1 Shout out praises to the LORD, all the earth! 2 Worship the LORD with joy! Enter his presence with joyful singing! NASB thought about the power of music? I like to believe that music has existed with the creation of Adam and Eve. Music is ever present in our lives. Movies use it to change our emotions. Observe that producers use music to create a sense of joy, sorrow, fear, surprise, or to just stimulate our thinking. Advertisers use it to catch our attention; it is used to open public events, sporting events and many other uses. Read: Psalm 100

Have you ever given much

mental churches have held onto the music and hymns of the past. When was the last time you wanted to stand and sway, tap your feet or raise your hands in praise to the Lord? Now don't get me wrong, I don't want to say that this is our real weakness. I am the last one to tell anyone about music. I love it, I can play it over in my mind but it is not a gift I can use. I have no voice ability to keep in any key or tunes would run out of me like water through a sieve. The words to the hymns in the hymnal are awesome and the music is wonderful when you sit and listen to a choir singing all the parts, as they should be. Unfortunately there are many others in the congregations like myself and all we can do is make joyful noise. Thanks be to God for those with the gift of music who can carry us in the worship. Other Bible translations open this psalm with "make joyful noise," and that is very comforting to me. Whatever be the hymn, sing with joy in your heart and if it be joyful noise offer it willingly to God in praise and you will be blessed. If you get caught up and sway a bit or tap your foot or raise your hands just remember this psalm and enjoy your worship. Pray: Father God, give me voice to sing your praise and make joyful noise that is pleasing to your ear. Help me to use the hymns to come more fully into your presence to listen to the words and apply them sincerely with my heart. In Christ's name I pray. Amen Your brother-in-Christ John Birdsell

9" x 13" glass pan, sprayed 1 cup sugar 1 cup light Karo syrup 1 cup peanut butter 6 cups Rice Krispies 1/2 bag each of chocolate & butterscotch chips Mix sugar & Karo on stove until sugar is dissolved. Stir in peanut butter. Add Rice Krispies in pan and press down. Melt chips in micro-wave and spread on top. Cool to set, then cut. -- Joanne Bonner

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Prayer Shawl Ministry Response Beyond Words

We continue to be touched by the response of people who receive the gift of a prayer shawl ­ they are frequently moved beyond words to a healing place. There is something about having a gift made by loving hands and a praying heart, and brought into the midst of the Body of Christ where additional prayers are offered to God for individual healing and thanksgiving. Thank you to all who are part of this ministry by knitting or delivering the shawls near and far to those within and without our parish. For a shawl or directions to make a shawl, please call Susan Phillips at 422-3257 or Lois Johnson at 945-7492.

Not to long ago a question arose as to why the Pentecostal Churches were growing in great numbers while many other denominations were falling in great numbers. Having attended some of these services I discovered that music was a very important part of the worship. People were up on their feet tapping their toes, bodies were swaying, hands were clapping, piano, guitars and drums were playing and words to simple hymns were displayed an the wall. More amazing was to just look and observe the joy on the participant's faces. All of this was being offered to the Lord in praise. The more conservative and sacra-

n Tuesday, June 10, we held another chicken dinner for the people who live at the Taton and Hope Houses. The response from the parish has been wonderful! At each dinner, we have had an abundance of food and a group of people who enjoy the fellowship and interaction of the evening. Gail Kelso enthusiastically graced us with her guitar and singing talents, making sure that there were no spectators, only participants in the fun of the evening. We are planning another dinner for later in the summer. Thank you to everyone who has donated linens and personal care items. These items frequently go to people who are leaving the state hospital after many years in residence. Every time we restock the emergency food/personal care banks, the staff are so appreciative to us for making the lives of the people who come to this center better. We continue to collect these items. The individual-size soaps, shampoos, toothpaste, etc. available from hotels and dentists are very helpful. These items and linens in good condition can be placed in the silver-colored bin at All Saints' parish hall.

Mental Health Dinner Declared Another Success


Monthly visits continue yearround to the people at Taton House. Thanks for your prayers and support of this ministry. Susan Phillips, Postulant for the Diaconate, 422-3257

We Are An All-Inclusive Church

Anne Ratledge J. J. Hudson John Lucid Joey Myers Marianne Phillips Maggie Robertson Sam Thomas Jay Wingate Barbara Keck Betsy Plowman Mary Furbush Gretchen Richardson Binky Tompkins Brittany Bailey James Chandler Al Madeksza Jack Lingo Janice Moore Liz Dixon DeeDee Fisher Claude LeSieur Dick Tikiob Mary Anne McGovern Harley Jones Jon Rania Steven Smailer Libby Gibson Dick Bryan Cynthia Hyland Ken Lingo Alice Robinson Peyton Holtzclaw Karen Shaud Jane Dodge Jerry Sipes Ray Thayer William Lord Norman Smith Ann Tikiob Tara Becker Ashley Wagamon King

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Jack Hickey Ron Dotterer Sam Townsend Joanne Bonner Rob Shade Marion Anderson Joan Thompson Henley Graves Marianne Metz Anne Embert Joan Fletcher John Bonner Bill Davis Barbara Scott Michael Bailey Betty Fleming Annie Plowman Doris Tew Margaret Carey Peter Issel, Jr. Regina Radomski Tom Robinson Robert Smith Frederic Slagle Jamie Colvett Barbara Travers Ronald Redd Sue Vanmansart Bernie Brown Jack Crystle Lynn Misener Laura Issel James Manion

BOY SCOUT AWARD -- Bishop Wright presented John Hukill the St. George Award for his association with the Boy Scouts at the June 15th service. John has served the Scouts for a great many years.

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O God, your will for all people is health and salvation. Please send your Holy Spirit to comfort and heal these loved ones for whom we offer our prayers, in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Amen

Robin Abrams Richard Appleby Joyce Allen Patricia Anderson Edith Ayres Janis Bardi Zachary Barkley Gerri Beckett Cathy Bell Taylor Lee Bretl Patti Brittingham Bob Brown Kerry Brown Michael Brown Julia Bryan Cat Cameron Will Cathcaart Buzz Campbell Sarah Cecil Nathaniel Chapman Bev Chifton Norm Cochrane Fr. Harry Collins Henry Wheaton Collins Jr. Monroe Colvett Violet Creighton Marcia Davis Mary Lou Deakyne Jane Dodge Diane Dower Dee Dreer Karen Edwards Janine Eisold Deanne Elliot Spencer Evans Maria Frear Nelle Filden Richard Fischer Mary Fisher Pam WampoleFitzgerald Marion Fleming Paul Flood Bro. Dominic Fontaine Cindy Foster Chandler Fox Maria Frear Maureen Gallagher Charles Gilbert Debra Gingrich Bonnie Grulke Susan Harvey Chris Henning Charles Hildebrand Liz Holmgren Charles Horn III David Hubbuch Jean Hughes The Hussein Family Tony Jackewicz Katherine Johanson Andy Johnson Sue Jones Allison Keck Lee Kerin Charlotte King Jeff Kihn Gregory Kinney Donna Dirkpatrick Julie Kojock Cordell Koland Dr. Eileen Kuhns Chrissy LaCastro Lorainne Lackman Christopher Lamb The Lennox Family Cliff & Debbie Leong James Lewis Barbara Lifflander Carla Mootz Logan Danny Lundy The Madison Family Nancy Martin Fran Marvin Charles McCabe Claudia McCloskey Paul McCool Matthew "Mac" McDermott Warren MacFarland Sharon McKane Debra McKinney Nan Mein Leo Menard Elizabeth Mercer Louise Miller Rick Miller Bob Mitchell Terri Murphy Erin Muse Betty May Patterson Susan Paul Jack Phillips Mari Phillips Beth Pile Katie Pile Gladys Pinover Jane Pittman Charlie & Jane Proud Mary Ann Rania Laurie Ramseyer Franklin Richardson Bob Rider Mary Kathleen Rorick Cindy Ross Olivia Ruggiano Joyce Saville Barbara Scott Mickey Screpsi Linda Showell Cheryl Skinner Irene Simpler Walter Slavin Beau Smith Jean Smith Mike Smith Sadie Smith Christine Snyder Carol Soldall Bill & Rebecca Spare Will Stoddart Dean Sturgis The Rev. R. Swartout Frank & Bennett Taylor Ruth Thursby Sean Toner Rosemary Vaccalini Mary & Wm. Van Wart Jeane Vest David Vinjamoorie Eve Walton Lisa White Lance Whitlock Charlotte Whyte David Williamson Jordan Wolf Nancy & Judy Wolf Pat & Tom Wolfe Harriet Wright Bishop Wayne P. Wright Angelo Zenorini Ella Mae Zorb The Way Home Habitat for Humanity

We commend to your gracious care all the men and women of our Armed Forces at home and abroad. Defend them with your heavenly grace, strengthen them in their trials, give them comfort, grant them a sense of your abiding presence, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Chris Ashinhurst Mike Berge Charles Bowen Bob Burner Luis Cancel Thomas Chesley John Clanton Christopher Connors William Cooper James Diniz Duane Duke Colin Eaton William Ewald Neil Ewachiw John Fisher Stephen C. Flor Christopher N. Hall Lamar Hall Amanda Hammond Matthew Heil Alex Helsabeck Gary Hogan Randall "Hap" Holm Joseph Holt Nicholas Imperial Andrew Jones Joshua Jones John L. Kallerson Rex Kenyon Curtis Kinsey Rocky Lackman III Steven Levasseur Christian T. Lewis Jackie McClelland Bob McDonald H.I.B. McNeilly Brandon Melvin Mariann Miller Danny Mosko Toby Myer Matthew Nall Jesse Neace Patrick O'Kane Cliff Ogea Alvy Powell Matt Ryan Keith Rybicki Scott Schwartzkopf Jonathan Seiter Jennifer C. Snyder Justin Snyder Alison Sposato-Jones David Stevens Vincent Street Crystal Thompson Billy Thompson Tim Thornton Michael Todd John Ulmer Karl Wethe Nicholas Whitney Pete Wilks

We give thanks for the return from Iraq of Dustin Myers and Bruce Ritter

FUN IN THE JUNGLE -- 78 children attending Vacation Bible School at All Saints' June 16-20 had fun in the Rainforest Adventure: A Tree Top Bible Blast. They did crafts, games, sang songs and heard stories.

Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor, Having served as parish newsletter editor and having done a lot of writing during my lifetime, I feel that I'd like to make this statement: It's my observation that Jamie and Monroe Colvett, St. George's Chapel members and current editors of the parish newsletter, who have served in that capacity for four years, are doing outstanding work. We ought to give thanks to them for their generous, tireless work. Not only do they do the newsletter, they are helping the St. George's stewardship committee with its work, as well as this writer with the St. George's Chapel history now being compiled. And ... as all parish members will see, they have been very instrumental in the re-issue of Fr. Richard S. Bailey's parish history. In addition, they are active in MS work and fund-raising. Hat's off to them. -- Betty Fleming

Book Discussion Group To Continue In The Fall

All Saints' & St. George's book discussion group, "True Tales and Faithful Fiction," will resume Wednesday, September 10 at 5:30 p.m. at St. George's. Our book will be The Monk Downstairs, a novel by Tim Farrington, available at $14.95 from Browseabout in Rehoboth Beach or by order on the Internet. In this deceptively simple tale about a harried female advertising copywriter from San Francisco who takes as a lodger a monk leaving the cloistered life, we find an engaging contemporary treatment of an age-old problem, the conflict between the active and the contemplative life. The monk, encountering the world after 20 years in the monastery, discovers the joys as well as the challenges of active life in the

mitted ringers to round out our total to 11. If you have an interest, or have an interest in the choir, please give me a call or email me. We'd love to have you! In September, we will have rehearsals on Thursday evenings and, at this point, will continue to combine the choirs. We also hope to have the bells ring once a month at altenating churches. As for the children, we'll find a good time for a cherub choir rehearsal and for the youth/teens, we'll explore the possibility of a youth choir, maybe a praise band and even a bell choir. If you have any interest, again please let me know so we can start planning! Call me at church or at home...Gail 934-8491 or [email protected] I truly look forward to meeting you and being a part of the parish! Blessings! -- Gail Kelso

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Successful Bible Study

Thanks to all for another successful session of bible study as we completed the Gospel of Mark. Thank you to all those who helped make the class successful with your attendance, patience and most of all your input. Looking forward to another study to start in September. -- John Birdsell world. His landlady, a young mother and a harried "secular" woman, discovers through her unexpected relation with him the possibility of a more reflective, contemplative existence apart from the hustle and bustle of the world. Last month's selection, Chris Moore's Solitude: A Neglected Path to God is still available at Browseabout.


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