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Delaware Days


7th Annual Delaware Days
October 13, 2019

Yes 2019. 
We are taking a Sabbath Rest in 2018! 
See you in the fall of 2019.
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Why do we celebrate Delaware Days? 
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Christian Cross Project for Gnadenhutten

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  • Why We Celebrate It is 1770. In a cabin, alongside the Big Beaver River in western Pennsylvania the Chief of the Delaware Indians, or more accurately the Chief of the Lenni Lenape, waits to speak with a great teacher. The great teacher is David Zeisberger, a Moravian missionary who just built a new community called Friedensstadt; which means “City of Peace”.  This place is known to the Delaware as Lagundo-Utenunk. Under the auspices of the Moravian Missions, Zeisberger hopes to raise converts from among the Seneca. But today, great chief Netawatawes has come with a heavy heart for his people the Delaware. He hopes both his story and his request will be received with favor by the Moravian Missionary. You see, in ...
    Posted Jun 15, 2017, 10:52 AM by Brent Heishman
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