| Coming Soon! |
Our Fall Keynoter will be delivered to your mailbox soon!
Where are YOU? We would love to stay connected. Fill out an Alumni Update Form to inform us of your contact information or to have your update in the next publication:
All School Thanksgiving Chapel:
Tuesday, Nov. 25; 8:30 am
All School Christmas Chapel:
Friday, Dec. 19; 8:30 am
Alumni Christmas Reception will immediately following chapel.
Kim O'Bryan - Alumni Coordinator
|Upcoming Reunions |
The Class of 1974
40th Reunion - April 11, 2015. Contact Yvonne Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Class of 1989
25th Reunion - November 29, 2014 at Trattoria Giuseppe's at 6 pm. Contact Kim O'Bryan at email@example.com.
The Class of 2004
10th Reunion - November 29, 2014 at McKenzies Brew House- Chadds Ford. Contact Rachel Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Upcoming Alumni Events |
Reception for Milestone Reunion Classes on November 29, 2014 at Tim and Katie Wiens home, the DC stone farmhouse - 4-6 pm.
All graduates of DC's Class of 1959, 1964, 1969, 1974, 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, & 2004 are invited! RSVP today to Kim O'Bryan at email@example.com
|50th Anniversary! |
December 12-13 is The 50th Anniversary of the DC Invitational Basketball Tournament. Former DC coaches will be honored at a special ceremony in chapel Friday evening. Schools invited are: Norfolk Christian, The Christian Academy, Wilmington Christian, Annapolis Christian, Glouchester Christian, Atlantic Christian, and Christian Heritage.
Friday night schedule:
3:30 pm: DC Girls vs. TCA
6:00 pm: Tournament Chapel
8:00 pm: DC Boys vs. TCA
After-party for Alumni and Coaches at the home of Jeff '83 and Leslie '85 Pott in Media.
|Seminar Opportunity |
Renewing the Mind Seminar
Date: Friday - November 14, 2014
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: DeMoss Center for Worship and the Arts
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Delaware County Christian School welcomes Andy Crouch, Executive Editor of Christianity Today, to the school’s first of several Renewing the Mind Seminars for the 2014-15 school year on Friday, November 14th at 7:30 pm at The DeMoss Center for Worship and the Arts located on the school’s Upper Campus at 462 Malin Road, Newtown Square, PA.
Also the author of Playing God: Redeeming the Gift of Power AND Culture Making: Recovering our Creative Calling, Mr. Crouch will be giving a compelling presentation entitled “Christianity and Culture.”
Perhaps no word is more used and less understood in our day than the word “culture.” Anthropologists and sociologists generally agree that this is one of the most difficult (if not most difficult) words to define in the English lexicon. During his presentation, Andy will not only help attendees define “culture,” but will also move to show seminar participants why the frequent use of the phrase “cultural engagement” is misguided and will encourage Christians to become culture makers instead.
Although this event is free of charge, seating is limited. Please RSVP.
For more information, contact Mr. Ron Hoch, Director of Student Life at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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November is here and the cold weather is moving in. There are many events coming up for our alumni and DC community. Take a moment to read and find out what's going on!
Happy 99th Birthday to H. Eugene Vickers TODAY! Eugene and his wife Betty were one of the original families at DC. Their 4 daughters: Betty Jean Vickers Park '60, Barbara Moore Vickers '65, Brenda Vickers Aungst '68, Beverly Vickers Sparling '75 and one grandaughter, Heidi Moore Mottin '92, all graduated from DC.
Read the article about Veteran Eugene Vickers who served in the US Navy in News of Delaware County: http://goo.gl/4mCI1l
Thank you to all our veterans! We are extremely grateful for your service to our country.
|Alumni Chapel Speaker - Friday, November 21 |
Jenny Berg Chandler '88 will be coming to speak to our high school and middle school students in chapel on Friday, November 21 at 8:20 am. She is the author of Jew in the Pew, a memoir of her experiences as a Messianic Jew married to a believing non-Jew. As a Messianic Jew at DC she has returned to share her experiences and to explain how difficult it is to plug in the Christmas tree lights with one hand while lighting the Menorah with the other. Jenny and her husband Tim Chandler '88 live in Ponte Vedra, FL and have two college aged children.
All alumni and parents are invited to attend school chapels throughtout the year.
| New Alumni President |
DC is pleased to announce Mr. Joel Schuster ’96 as the President of the DC Alumni Association Board. Joel is a pastor at Marsh Creek Church in Exton. He and his wife, Sarah '96, are recipients of the Dill Alumni Scholarship and have three girls attending DC: Mikayla (6th), Kathryn (4th) and Emma (2nd). Joel attended DC from K-12 and went on to Gordon College earning a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies in 2000. He continued at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary earning a Master of Arts in Religion with a concentration in Next Generation Ministry in 2005. Joel and Sarah were married in 2000, and attribute the seeds of their love to the 96 choir tour. As an alumnus and now a school parent, Joel is struck that in so many ways so much has changed. "Things we remember have developed and grown in a good way, but it's different - the campus that is. What hasn't changed is the value of the staff and that the teachers hold to shepherd not only the academic growth of the children but their heart and spiritual growth as well. We are moved by the fact that the teachers continue to cherish the kids in the same way they invested in and cherished us."
"I accept this role with a sense of great honor and humility and wonderful anticipation of what is possible. DC has given so much to me and my family over the years. As Sara and I reflect on the things in our lives that have really formed us, by God’s grace we look to our families who sacrificed so much, and really, we look at our time at DC as foundational in the formation of our faith and future. My hope is to engage with those that have been impacted by DC in the past. We / I would love to hear how God has worked, what He is doing, and how DC has played a role. It is equally important to connect the legacy of DC’s past to it’s present and future. Many of us have benefitted so much from what has been given to us, and we now sit in a unique place to give back to those who sit in the same seat we once sat. It never ceases to inspire me when I walk back on campus and consider what God continues to do at DC as I look at this new student body experiencing the very same thing that impacted me and my family so deeply. Moreover we consider it a humbling privilege to have our kids be a part of that story, and we have seen so much happen in just the short time that they have been there. Seeing Alumni from the past connecting with and investing with those that will join our ranks now and in the future, I think that is what excites me most. To connect the past to the present future and to see a growing community of those who were impacted by DC reconnected and even passing that gift on to the next generation in their family. I am excited to humbly serve that cause knowing God’s faithful impact spreading the light of His gospel and Kingdom will continue through DC.”
|The Auction for DC |
Don't miss The Auction for DC on March 21, 2015!
Valley Forge Military Academy
Join other alumni, alumni parents, and current parents for a great night of live music, dinner, winner's circle, and live & silent auction.
Special guest speaker: Lucy Malmberg '67, CEO of Wedgewood Pharmacy, will be sharing her story. 50 years ago Lucy's father opened his Ukrainian Bible in front of the DC mansion door, reading the passage "The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge." He made sure she understood that this fear is one of awe and not of trembling. She remembers it like yesterday...
| WE NEED YOU! |
ALUMNI PARTICIPATION CHALLENGE:
Class of 2004 = $20.04
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Give the amount of your grad year. This small amount makes a difference and raises the alumni participation percentage. Click here to give: www.dccs.org/give.
|Online Business Directory |
Check out the Online Business Directory with listings of DC alumni and parent owned businesses at www.dccs.org/businessdirectory. If you are an alumnus who owns a business and would like to be included in this free online directory, fill out the form found ont he left column of the directory page under "DC Life" tab.
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