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   Daily Review (Newspaper) - November 16, 1963, Hayward, California                                Members In Today Christian Youth To Sold' i Page 10 HAYWARD. CALIFORNIA. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER It. 1963 More than 50 members Westminster Presby teri- i an Church, 27287 Patrick nue, are involved in the parish.; communicant education proj- ect, an experimental program of the North Coastal Area, Sy- npd of California. The United Presbyterian Church, USA I This project grew out of the concern for more serious lay education in the churches. It is based upon adult participation in small local groups, commit- ted to disciplined study over a five-year period. The groups are led by laymen, and mate- rials include selected textbooks gnA 15-minute recorded lectures. classes cover Understand- Jjig the Old Testament. Under- standing the New Testament and Christian Thorght Through the Ages. Lecturers are Rev. J. David Alexander anrl Rev. Her- man C. Waetjen of the San Francisco Theological Seminary and Rev. H. Jackson Forstman of Stanford University. There are four classes meet- ing once a week for 36 weeks. Also at the local church a class meets on Sunday evening which is led by the pastor, Rev. O'Linn McGuire. Jr., entitled 'Exploring Our Faith. It is for those interested in the history and teachings of the Presbyte- rian Church. This is a 12-week course designed especially for SAN LEANDRO-Members of the Christian Youth Fellowship of First Christian Church, 1190 Davis St., will be auctioned off to the highest bidder following ill a.m. worship services Sun- day, Nov. 17. The youngsters will be piit on he "block" and auctioned off :o work for members of the con- gregation in an effort to earn money to provide scholarship lid to these who will be attend- ing the Disciples of Christ Con- vocation. The auction will be held dur- ing a coffee hour at the church. those ''ship. seeking church member- Service For The Deaf A new service for deaf people SfGN LANGUAGE PASTOPv Rev. Al Johnson practices his sign language in preparation for his Sunday service for the deaf at Bethel Temple, 354 B St., Hayward. Johnson's are believed to be the only services for the deaf in Southern Alameda County. _____ ___________________________ Play Part Of LDS's Conclave being extended by Bethel jTemple, 354 B Street, with its I meetings in the fellowship hall each Sunday at 11 a.m. Rev. Al Johnson conducts worship services in sign lan- ;uage and aloud. Realizing that program HAYWARD A play called "The Unspeakables" will be featured during the Mutual Im provement Association confer- ence of the Hayward First Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Tuesday, Nov. 19. The event will be held at p.m. at the 24000 Sec- ond Street. The play, under the direction of Mrs. Cardon Crockett anc Mrs. Edward Flanagan, will show ways of learning to com- municate and expressing one'b self. The cast is composed of al! fcTn age members of the mu- tual. irery few deaf people have an ipportunity to attend church, lev. Johnson, who was then a msinessman, took a special course in sign language. He was then ordained as a minister o the deaf and was assisting at a church in San Jose until the middle of October, when he gan his service here. Pastor James R. Swanson of 3ethel Temple said he believes :his to be the only service held 'or deaf people in Southern Ala- meda County. It is non-denom- inational. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Schofer Road 1 Tyrrell Edward L. Peer, Pastor 712-5383 Sunday School :30 and a.m. Worship Service Nursery Core Provided THE UNITARIAN SOCIETY OF FREMONT 40979 Fremont Blvd. P.O. Box 1297 Adult Strvice Sundoy a.m. Sunday School a.m. Program on Methodist Women's Society Set liSSK Talk on Tap SAN LEANDRO Tomorrow at the 7 p.m. worship service, Mrs. Lawrence Kearney, mis- sionary to the Philippines, will be the guest speaker at the Ban- croft Avenue Baptist Church, Bancroft and Joaquin Avenues. Mrs. Kearney was originally from Denver and is a former school teacher. Her husband is director of the department of religious education for the Bap- tist Convention in the Philip- pines. They have been in the islands since 1953 and are here on a furlough with their six children. HOLIDAY BAZAAR Preparing display of holi- day merchandise to be offered at a bazaar sponsored tomorrow by women's groups of St. Clement's Catholic Church are (from left) Mrs. John Carpen- ter, 30838 Carroll Ave., Mrs. William Borden, 25522 Delmar Ave., and Mrs. Charles S. Wright, 6 Harder Road, all Hayward. The sale will be held at the church, Mission Boulevard and Calhoun Street. Hayward. Photo by Steve Rubiolo Week's Preaching Ends Tomorrow en's Society" Thursday at Wes- ice, followed by the program ey Methodist Church, Schafer Road. Station Airs CURACAO, Dutch West" Indies of the world's mos powerful Protestant radio sta tions went into operation here in October. It was established by Trans World Radio, headed) by Dr. Paul E. Freed, for trans- mission of gospel programs in 25 languages to Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the Western hemisphere. Four ladies will present entitled "What a The Women's Society for It Christian Service will meet at Heans to Belong to the Wom- a.m. for a prayer serv- 628 which includes Mrs. June Mil- ler, Mrs. Myrtle Thome, Mrs. Vivian Bryson and Mrs. Dolly Murray. Luncheon will be served by the Jessie Lee Circle of the W.S.C.S. The Mary Elizabeth Circle is Faith Forum To Commence FREMONT The first in a series of classes for men and packing gift boxes of toilet ar- icles to be distributed to adull lalients at Fairmont Hospital. Film Strip To Be Shown Mrs. Joe Monroe, head of the ocial concerns committee, will onduct a meeting of the Worn- n's Fellowship at the Unitec Church of Hayward, 30540 Mis- ;ion Blvd., Monday at 1 p.m. A film strip called "Members )ne of Another" will be shown The script was written by Ross nyder and the art work done ly J. Thomas Lemos. vomen will be held tomorrow at p.m. at the Centerville Pres- byterian Church, 4360 Central Ave. The Christian Faith Forum will continue each Sunday at the same hour in Westminster Hall. It is designed for adults who want to learn more about the Protestant movement and the Presbyterian Church in par- ticular. DIAL-A-PRAYER 538-4422 CHURCH OF CASTRO VAUEY 20121 Santa Mario Avenue 11 00 a.m. Sunday-Worship Service and Sunday School John D. Rankin. Miniiler "Faith Work" a.m. Tuej.-Spirituol Hialing o.m. Wed.-Midweet Study Telephone 538-0031 or 337J179 Edenvale Church of the Nazarene (Formerly East Oakland Church of the Nozarcne) Building under construction at 19230 lake Chabot Rd., Castro Valley Morning Worship at Chapel al th. Valley o.m. 20359 Lake Chabot Rd. Evening Service at the American ttgion Hall 4 p.m. 3451 Strobridqe Ave. Rev. J. Wilmer Lambert, minister Mr. Ralph Hautir, minister of music FREMONT Rev. Boyd R. Kifer, pastor of the Napa junior Church of the Nazarene, will onclude a week's preaching mission at the Irvington Church f nd 7 p.m. and there will be spe- ial musical groups appearing with Rev. Kifer. Hayward First Community Church 2500 Hansen Road, Hayward Stanley E Sherman, Paitor a.m. SERMON "Is There No Balm in H. Sherman LUTHER" Dramatic Feature length sound film Redwood Chapel Community Church 19300 Redwood Ro.d, Castro Vall.y Sherman Williams, Pastor I a.m. Sermon: "Why Good People Go to Hell" Pastor Williams Special Music. Solo: Mrs. Sherman Williams p.m. "The Gift oj Lijc" Pastor Williams Ladies' Night Sunday School Sharp" Training Hour p.m. Prayer and Bible Study, Wednesday, p.m. Nursery Provided at all Church Service! 531-2800 537-9901 Yule Bazaar In Hayward Six circles of the women's or- ganization at St. Clement': Catholic Church, Mission Boule- vard at Calhoun Street, are co- operating to present a Christ- mas bazaar tomorrow. The all-day affair will be held at the church and will offer variety of handmade merchan- dise suitable for the Christmas Rev. Kifer is the director of season. There will be orna- high activities for the Northern California District of the Church of the Nazarene and has directed many camps, con- has geared his messages to modern youth. Rev. John Fabrin is pastor of tlie local church. ments, Christmas stockings for the youngsters, doll clothes, candy and needlework for sale. General chairman is Mrs. Raymond Bogdanowicz Centerville Sermon By Dr. Miller FBEMONT Dr. c. I James Miller will be the guest speaker tomorrow at and 11 a.m. services at the Center- vine Presbyterian Church, 4360 Central Aveme. Dr. Miller is director of sem- inary development at the San Francisco Theological Seminary in San Anselrao. He is spending :he weekend in Fremont to lead j service study project for 55 senior high school students from Centerville and Menlo Park Presbyterian Churches. "Speaking of Worship" will be Dr. Miller's theme. He was graduated from the University >f California and San Francisco Theological Seminary with hon- ors. Before assuming his pres- ent position, he served churches in Idaho and in Los Gatos. Thirty young people from Henlo Park will join 25 local youth for the service project. They will discuss the theme 'Work and Worship" led by Dr. Miller. They will also paint fences and buildings and clean up church property. Chairmen for the project are Miss Connie Garret of Fremont and Wayne Jones of Menlo Park. Advisors from bolh groups will give assistance. Relief Agency To Hit Mark NEW YORK indicate that the shipment of food, clothing and medicine abroad by the Catholic Relief Services. this year will exceed the million-ton mark, for the the Nazarene, 3922 Adams ferences and youth projects. He Mrs. Donald'Lewis is handling first time .in its 21 years-of op- Vve., tomorrow. Services will be at 11 a.m. publicity. eration, the agency said; WELCOME TO CHURCH of CHRIST 22307' Montgomery. St., Hayward The Church You Read About in the Biblo Joe Giimore, Jr. MMr Rom. NEED TO BECOME A CHRISTIAN I need to become a Christian because 1 desire peace in my soul. Ineed the rest Jesus promised. (Matt. I need the peace that comes by being right with Cod. I need the burden of guilt lifted from my soul (I Pet. My heart will.be cleansed when I obey the word of truth. (1 Pel. (HEAR BROADCAST Sunday a.m. 107 f.m. KMPX) FIRST MATE BOB AND THE CREW OF THE GOOD SHIP GRACE WILL PRESENT A SERVICE OF WORSHIP AT THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF CASTRO VALLEY Redwood Road at Seven Hills Road CASTRO VALLEY .SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Epiphany Lutheran (Luthtran Church in America) loind Ave at Foolhill Blvd. Sunday School 10 a.m. Services and I I a.m. "God's Standard For Judgment" try. Arthur W. Aim HAYWARD CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 26221' Gading Rd. Sunday School a.m. Morning Worship a.m. Youth Meeting p.m. Evening Service p.m. Charles W. Grim, I'astnr ST. CHRISTOPHER'S EPISCOPAL Via ToUdo and Hacienda Avei. ond o.m.: Morning Prcytr (Holy Communion lit ond 3rd Sundayij Church School a.m. through 9th grade 1) a.m. through 7th grade HAYWARD CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH 25V27 Kay Avenue Rev. Jay C. Vander Ark, Poilor Sunday School: [for all agti) Scrviuit 11 A.M. and 7 P.M. Nurisry Provided Rose of Sharon Chapel Tht Fnmont Arta'i Oldest Irtaitpindint Ptntecoital Church Sunday School a.m. Sunday Morning Worthip a.m. Fvangiliitic Service p.m. Sunday llbU Study p.m. Graham t Sycamore Slritli, Nawork Pattern Riv. and Mn. Frank Cordciro Rti. LU 1-3914 Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) 166 HARDER ROAD Sunday School i Bible Classes a.m. WORSHIP SERVICES end a.m. SERMON: "Fu'.lh and Interpreting kvcnts" Nurnry at Service Paitor Neil J. Osfruske LU 2-7241 MARK Of DISTINCTION Banner of Christ is one of dignity ond honor. It is a real privilege to be i o Christian. fr YOU CAN SHAW IN GOD'S a.m.-Sundoy School 11-00 a.m.-Mormng Worship p.m.-Evening Services BAPTIST CHURCH H2nd AVE. AND MATED STREET Harold E. Themai, Pastor CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH 17296 Via Migdaltni San Lorenzo (Affiliated with Lutheran Miiiourl Synod) Rev. David Kreitzer, tailor 276-6504 Sunday Services and UtOO a.m. Sunday School o.m. STEWARDSHIP SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH 22582 So. Gord.n ol Marin. Haywort Sundoy Slhool a.m. Wonhip Service II o.m. 7 p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. Sundoy Prayer Service p.m. Wednesday Phones LU 2-6523. IU 1-0073 MT. EDEN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Hesperian Blvd. at Depot Rd Donald M. Raymini Church School a.m. Morn. Worship- If am. Messiah Lutheran Church 25400 Hesperian Blvd., Hay. 782-6559 a.m. 11 am. Wortlop Service 1! a.m. 2nd Son Set, Ige i 6; a m. Church V :l and Clouti the Co; iiunit cj ol Pol--3 Ceia, Soulhgotr. Edfn Oordeni, Weilwood ond Winlan Grove FIRST AMERICAN RAPTIST CHURCH Coding a) Sihoftr Sunday School, a.m. Morning Worship, and 11 a.m. 7 00 p m.i Rapliit Evening Fellowship SiOO p.m.i Evening Worship REV. ROBERT A, MURPHY, Pallor SOUIHERN BAPTIST Cornir of David and MarihatI Sti. Coitro Volley Rev. BUI Bol.i, Pcitor Sunday School................ Wbikhip Strvice a.m. Evening Service p.m. Nurtery at all Christ Lutheran 100 Hacienda Ave. (Corner Hathaway) Divine Worship and I! a.m. Sunday School and a.m. SERMON: "Our Cummitme.nl tti GuJ'' p.m.: Jr. and Sr. Leaguas Poilor, tuthtr G. Knock 274-7960 First Christian Church (L-I5CIPLES OF CHRIST) 22175 Montgomery St. Sunday School, a.m. Morning Worship and a.m. J. RICHARD FRIEDLINE Minister P.M. Youth Groups FIRST METHODIST B 2nd Streets Robert M. DiWolf, Paitor 581-2246 a.m. Church School and Worship Service a.m. Morning Worship Broadcast by KBBM-F.H. 101.7 K.C. SERMON: Little Things" Nursery Care Provided P.M. Church Wide School of Missions YOU ARE INVITED TO South Hayward Assembly of Cod 28767 RUUS ROAD. HAVWAUD CHURCH SERVICES Sunday School a.m. Morning Worship a.m. Evangelistic Service.... p.m. Prayer Bibli Study-Wed. p.m. VICTOR JOHNSON, Paitor Church Phone 782-7880 RES. 712-4977 CHURCH OF CHRIST SAN LORENZO VILLAGE 520 Grort at SUNDAY P.M. WEDNESDAY P.M. Phone BR 1-2423 Grace Lutheran 1836 B Street (Missouri Synod) Classes a.m. Retarded Sunday School A.M. Church Service a.m. Sermon: "Two Vifal Questions" Christian School-Grades 1 to 8 Rev. Walter Lucbkeman, Pallor San Lorenzo Community Unitfd Church of Christ 945 Paieo Grande 276-4808 Franklin W. Kelsey, Pastor Church School and Worship Services and A.M. Nursery Cars Youth Group P.M. FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 20080 Redwood Rd., Caslro Valley Services and Sunday Schools Bolh at and a.m. and a.m. SERMON: "Cheerful Giving" ANKER M. JENSEN, and THOMAS S. JORDE, Pastors 582-0818 EDEN CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Grove Way nl Birch St. Dr. Philip G. Murray, Miniiter Worihip Church School Interest Groups A.M. A.M. A.M. Youth Groups P.M. Nursery Care at All Ser EVANGELICAL COVENANT CHURCH "The church beside the road" 1027 W. Tennyson Rd. Rev. Earl lindgren, pastor, 782 5244 Sunday School ....._............ a.m. Morning Worship a.m. Veipir Servic. ............._ p.m. Mid-week Service p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST SOUTH HAYWASD 120 Alauir. Rd. 531-3351 Murriol Walker. Miniiter Sundoy a.m., p.m. Wednesday p.m. ST. TIMOTHY LUTHERAN CHURCH AlC Muntwood Ave. Scholar Rd. 782-2373 ROBERT A REUSCHE, Pastor Sunday School and Bible Classes a.m. Regular Service ........IhOOt.m. (Nurtiry Cora) ASSEMBLY OF GOD of SAN LORENZO 562 Lewelling Blvd. San Lfttindro Sunday School, a.m. Worship Service, o.m. Sun. Evening Servian, p.m. Wednesday Friday Evet. p.m. REV. P. A. SCKOGGINS NE 8-6723 FULL GOSPEL TEMPLE 27953 E. 12th St., Haywsrd Sunday a.m Worship Servics a.m Sunday Evtninq p.m TUBS. Youth Servicv p.m Tuns. Bible Study a.m M. Fain LU 2-2698 7-7338 Yes UNDENOMINATIONAL CHRISTIANITY Many express confusion today. Cer- tainly today, if we follow Jesui Chrijt. too, can be fusl Christians, having "like precious faith" with Apostles (2 Peter The early. of Christ were simply called Christians (Acts and collectively "Churches of Christ." (Romans Ancnd, I he Services of ths urch Of Christ 28.VJO Ave.-Hayword, Calif. ROBED! IE CROIX. MINISTER For information Call JE 7-9696, BR 6-1045 or 782-7847 Bible Class a.m. Morning Worship 11 >00 a.m. Evening Worship p.m. Wednesday Bible Study RELIGIOUS SCIENCE CHURCH (Scltnc. of Hindi 27471 Maple Court off A St. Service and Sundoy School II o.m. Friday, ?royet Circle Noon to I p.m. Hill D.D. Minister FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF HAYWARD 2490 Grove Way PAUL B. RHODES GILBERT B. CHRISTIAN ond CHARLES D. MESSINGER MINISTERS AND A.M. SERMON: "Stewardship and Christian Hone" i.v. Paul B. Rhodll p.m. Sermon: "The Church and the fence .Mnrcmcnl" Rftv. Charlet D. Mtuinger Nuriery frovldld Church Schojl ond foulh Croup, P.M. P.uyer and Bibli Study, P.M. CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN 890 Fargo Ave., San Leandro Phonn EL 1-8534 Reverend Dorcl Lnndagin, I'aslor DIVINE WORSHIP AND CHURCH SCHOOl and o.m. Sunday School Nursery at all Services FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF NEWARK (SOUTHERN) 6320 Dairy Sunday School----------------J-.4S a.m. Warship .......lliOO a.m. t, p.m. Training p.m. p.m. J. E. Chaffin, Paitor 797-3070 horn. 793-ttlO thurch HUNTWOOD BAPTIST 25830 Gading Rd. "The Friendly Church" Marvin Jost 782-7661 a.m. Sun. School All Ages 7 p.m. Family Goipil Hour 11 a.m. Worihip Sirv. Nurlvry Praytr S.rvict, TRINITY BAPTIST "Till CAtrrch by Fn.way" Strobridgi at Castro Vallty Blvd., Caitro Valliy Eugene J. Peterson, Pastor WORSHIP II A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL A.M. EVENING SERVICE P.M. FIRST CHURCH of CHRIST SCIENTIST 1814 'B1 ST., HAYWARD Sunday 11 a.m.; Sunday School 11 a.m. Wednesday p.m. Reoding Room 923 'A' St. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday 'til 9 p.m. Sundays and Holidays Exctptad "THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU" EVERY SUNDAY MOBNINO ON KOO (810 ke.) 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