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October 23, 2014

The Flash! – October 23, 2014

The Flash! - October 23, 2014

Sometimes the best stories and lessons emerge from the more challenging moments in life.Sparing you the longer story about discovering a massive pool of green liquid under our car in a restaurant parking lot this evening, suffice to say I have never been more appreciative of the importance of anti freeze/coolant in the life of […]

October 22, 2014

All Saints Day – November 1, 2014

All Saints Day - November 1, 2014

Each year on All Saints Day (November 1) we dedicate our worship service to remembering our loved ones who have gone before us. If there is someone you would like to remember, there will be a time to light a candle in memory of them while meditative music is played in the background.

October 9, 2014

The Flash! – October 9, 2014

The Flash! - October 9, 2014

A few weeks back in this space I offered the flash that I had entered the social media realm of Twitter. In that piece I advocated for mediums that serve to keep us connected. In the words of Dr. Seuss’ famous elephant Horton: I meant what I said, and I said what I meant. Responses […]

October 8, 2014

200 Years Celebration – October 18-19

200 Years Celebration - October 18-19

On the third weekend of October the Female Harmony Society and Hanover Church invite you to commemorate our historic partnership and two hundred years of contributions to education and social justice in Delaware. On Saturday, October 18, join us at Arsht Hall on the University of Delaware Campus for a banquet. See the PDF below […]

October 2, 2014

The Flash! – October 2, 2014

The Flash! - October 2, 2014

This week we welcome special Flash! feature writer: historian, harrier, novelist, and Ruling Elder: Hillary Mohaupt.One hundred years ago, in October 1914, Hanover commemorated a century of Christian education with a month of special services, complete with hymns bearing titles like “Dear Hanover We Love Thee!” and “Song to Hanover.” In 1939, Hanover marked the 125th anniversary […]

September 25, 2014

The Flash! – September 25, 2014

The Flash! - September 25, 2014

At the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement and in the midst of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, Mother Pollard, a 72 year old participant in the movement, was asked after several weeks of walking to and from her destinations whether she was tired.  She responded: My feets is tired, but my soul is rested. Something […]

September 19, 2014

Bicentennial Celebration – October 18-19, 2014

Bicentennial Celebration - October 18-19, 2014

On the third weekend of October the Female Harmony Society and Hanover Church invite you to commemorate our historic partnership and two hundred years of contributions to education and social justice in Delaware. On Saturday, October 18, join us at Arsht Hall on the University of Delaware Campus for a banquet. See the PDF below […]

September 18, 2014

The Flash! – September 18, 2014

The Flash! - September 18, 2014

Despite endless vows, protestations, reservations, and absolutes, I’m now flying with the bird.  No, not the Holy Spirit – I signed on to fly with that bird a long time ago.  I recently let go of yet another “never”: I’m now a password protected participant in the world of Twitter. My caving comes as no […]

September 15, 2014

March for a Culture of Peace – Sept. 27

March for a Culture of Peace - Sept. 27

From the March for Peace Website:Pacem in Terris, Wilmington Peacekeepers and the First Unitarian Church of Wilmington Social Justice Forum are organizing a March for a Culture of Peace in Wilmington on September 27. This march has two purposes: to speak out against gun violence in Wilmington, and to participate in the national Campaign Nonviolence Week. […]

September 11, 2014

The Flash! – September 11, 2014

The Flash! - September 11, 2014

Tonight, remembering 9/11. Last night, the President proposing a plan to confront unimaginable acts and rebuff inconceivable evil. Two days ago, another young man shot and killed in our neighborhood. Three days ago, teenagers on the front page of our local paper brutally attacking a developmentally disabled man. At moments it is overwhelming. How can […]

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