Cedar Rapids Gazette, November 23, 1974, Page 5

Cedar Rapids Gazette

November 23, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Odar llaplds Sat., Nov. 23. 1971 3 Thanksgiving, one of tin- oldest celebrations in AIIILT- ica, will be observed by many local and area churches Wednesday and Thursday. The following churches have planned special services: Members of All Saints ollc and First Congregational churches will hold an Inter- faith Thanksgiving celebration Wednesday at p.m. at First Congregational church The combined choirs will sing. Concordla Lutheran church will hold a 9 a.m. Thursday service with (he sermon "How Can I Thank You, The annual union Thanks- giving service with Center Poiut First Christian and Center Point United Methodist churches will be held Wednes- day at p.m. at the First Christian church. Dr. Theo- dore Ulley will speak on Christ Church United Presbyterian will hold a serv- ice Wednesday at p.m. First Church Christ, Kcl- cnllst will hold a public serv- ice Thursday at a.rn with readings by Argcl Hen- nlngscn and Barbara Nassif. "A Time for Remember- ing" Is the sermon topic for (he service Thursday at p.m. at Bethany Congregation- al church. First Baptist and Church of (he Brethren churches will hold a Thanksgiving service Wednesday at p.m. Four neighboring churches, Immaculate Conception Catho- lic, First Lutheran, First Christian, and First Baptist will hold a united Thanksgiv- ing service Wednesday at p.m. at Immaculate Concep- tion church. The Ihcme of the service will be "Praise God From Whom All Blessings In what will be the first of a series of five meetings, First Covenant, Evangelical Free, Faith Bible, and The Alliance congregations will hold a joint service Wednesday at the Alli- ance church. Shepherd Lutheran church will hold a service Thursday at 9 a.m. with the sermon "Worshiping the Creatures or (he "Thanks will be the sermon for the Wednesday 7: 30 p.m. service at Holy Re- deemer Lutheran church. Two churches, Hus Memori- al Presbyterian and New Je- rusalem Church of God, will hold a joint service Wednes- day at p.m. at Hus Memo- rial. The Rev. Hurley Basscll will speak and the New Je- rusalem choir will sing. The Rev. Marshall Monthd of the United Methodist church, What Cheer, will speak at the Thanksgiving community service at the Keswick United Methodist church Wednesday at p.m. Churches participating In the service are: Gihsea and Wfcllc Oak i'resbyitrlai, Unit- ed Methwllsl Keswick, Tfcoriburg and Wfcai cbetr, Our Lady tt Uardm tit. Jmtfk Instead of Its usual Wednesday evening service, the New ApesUllc church will hold a Thursday service at 10 a.m. A service of singing and praise will be held Thursday at 10 a.m. at Triilty Lithcran church. The sermon title will be "Oh Give Thanks unto the St. Andrew Lutheran church will hold a service Wednesday nt 7 p.m. The sermon title is "A Hymn for Two services, one Wednes- day al p.m. and one Thursday at 10 a.m., will be held at St. Mark's Lutheran church. St. Mark's United Methodist church will hold a joint serv- ice Wednesday nt p.m. with the Palo United Method- ist church at Palo. The Uev. Russell Slrlffler, chaplain a! St. Luke's hospi- tal, will speak Sunday at St. Mlckael's Episcopal church at 10 a.m. The combined Chancel and Sanctuary choirs of St. Paul's United Methodist church will provide the music for the service Thursday at a.m. Communion will be cele- brated Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Valley View Baptist church. A joint Thanksgiving serv- ice with Sacred Heart Cathol- ic, United Methodist, St. Paul Lutheran and St. Sebald churches will be held Wednes- day at p.m. at the Sacred Heart church, Volga. Westmlnsler Presbyterian church will hold a special service Thursday at 10 a.rn. The What Cheer Baptist church will hold a special service Wednesday at p.m. Five local singing groups will provide the special music. The Rev. Norrls L. Wogen has written a hook about his experience In the Charismatic Renewal movement and about the movement itself. Pastor Wogen, pastor of St. Stephen's Lu- theran church for 21 years before resigning in 1972, said Ills book, "The Shadow of His is about his experience in 1970 and the history of the movement since that time. The book, which came out Nov. 15 and is available in area book stores, is forewordcd by David J. duPlessis, Oakland, Calif., who has been following the movement since 1918. Pastor Wogen is a member of the Amer- ican Lutheran Church, a graduate of St. Olaf college and Luther Theological seminary. He was a chaplain in the army and pastored churches in Tracy, Minn., Kanawha, and Cedar Rapids. He was organizer and president of the First and Second International Lutheran Conference on the Holy Spirit in 1972 and 1973. He was president of the Midwest Lu- llieran Conference on the Holy Spirit in 1973 and chairman of the Rocky Mountain District Lutheran Conference on the Holy Spirit in Denver in 1973. Hi; is now arranging for a 'round-the-world trip to include Indonesia, India, Australia and Scandinavia. The sign in front of this Ann Arbor, Mich., Presbyterian church usually announces sermon titles, but the Rev. Robert E. Sanders made an exception this week. Though he is a native of Ohio, he will be cheering for the Michi- gan Wolverines in their football game against Ohio State Saturday at Co- lumbus, Ohio. Church Camp Is Readied For Winter The Rev. Jerry Erdman, director of Camp Io-Dls-E-Ca, announced the camp will be available for year-round camping as of Jan. 1. The camp, a Missouri-Synod Lu- theran camp is located ten miles south of Cedar Rapids on the Coralville reservoir. A new winterized facility is being attached to the existing lodge at the camp and will contain four dormitories, shower facility and meeting room. Pastor Erdman said tlie need for the building arose when there was no place for Christians to retreat in the winter. Financial support of the camp comes from camper and Camp io-Dis-E-Ca is getting ready for its first sea- son of winter camping by building a dormitory and meeting hall. retreat fees, donations from individuals, congregations and organizations in Eastern Iowa. There is no financial aid from the church district. ASSEMBLY OF GOD zio" (NBC) 82.) 8th St. ger, Paul Ol'ing. Masses: Central 3030 F avo. NW. H'.ielloy While' SS 5orv- 5' 4 Noelrldgo Pork (CBA) 1 1 BAPTIST Clifton ave. NE. Bruce W. Young, hat Beroan 5037 Center Point rd. Serv. 9. "Self Pity In ItlKr c NE. Glen V. High. SS Serv. 10. Evo. "A look Al tife __ __ Eve. 7. t Really Is from f Calvary (CBA) 1203 3rd ave. SW. Harry R. Egnor, Wayne Peterson. Redemption Missionary SS Sorv. Eve. 7. Wed. '014 10th am. SE. Harmon Webb. me. 7. Serv. 11. Eve. 8. Tues. llntnki> tijltt) Edgowood (BGC) E ave. and Edgewood rd. NW. Roger T. Goodson. Twin Plnos 3300 litirtl. 1 SS Sorv. Eve. 7. Wed. NE. Werner Lomke. SS 10. Day worwhip Horvioc eve. 1 1. Evo. 7. Wod. eve. AM Flraf (ABC) 1 ?00 2nd ave. SE. Valley Vlnw _ (BGC) 5555 Dr. Wayne A. Shireman. SS Vernon rd. SE. Carroll Von Anda. Serv. Klaus Family Singers. Sorv. "Bless the Galileo (GARB) 1947 Wash- 7. "Rocd Sians lo ington ovc. SE. Larry R. Englo. SS eve. 7. Setv. Eve. 7. Wed. Shepherd Lutheran Church 7. Immamiol (SBC) 1 900 F ovc. CATHOLIC NW. William R. Rilny. SS 9. Sorv. All Saints 720 29th it. Synod) 2900 42nd N.E. Evo. Wod. eve. 7. Edmund J. Beckor, James t. 393-5736 MIME BAPTIST GRACE BAPTIST 1947 Washington Avo. SUNDAY AM Sunday School Homo of AM Morning A.M. Evening Sfrvire Wod. Service Service Ifc Grace Whon Joiui was asked A.M. would be the tiqnt preceding Hit Coming, Ho icpliod in Malthdw ?4M-7 Ihnt tlioro Service W Sot' KTOf P.M. Free txi "...wan oncl rumofi of Service notion iholl fiio ogiiinit notion ihcro iholl IHJ fominoi, P.M. phonn Wo (iro gotring Don So. 15th St. pottor Marion, Calvary Baptist The camj) is open lo any church or civic group for summer or winter camping. For more information call Pastor Erdman, 848-4187. David Wilson The Rev. David Wilson, missionary to Jordan, will speak Sunday al the a.m. and 7 p.m. services at Calvary Baptist church. Pastor Wilson began a Bible study and shar- ing lime for teenaged boys in the small evangelical church in downtown Amman. Cedar Hills Evangelical "The Gospel featur- ing Johnny Cash, will be shown Sunday at 7 p.m. al Cedar' Hills Evangelical Free church. Top Lake Uike Tltlcnca, on the Peru- vian-Bolivian border, is the highest lake feet above sea level) in the world on which steamboats can ply. ARE YOU READY FOR THE ADVENT SEASON? ADVENT CANDLES ADVENT WREATHS ADVENT CALENDARS NOT MUCH TIME LEFT GET YOURS NOW ALSO AVAILABLE CHRISTMAS STATIONERY For your own personal CHRISTMAS GREETING ClffilSTIAN BOOK STORE "Your Headquarters for Christian Horns" OPEN UNTIL 8 P.M. MOM. THURS. 363-8697 529 AVE. S E. American Lutheran Church The Cedar Rapids Cluster of Ihe American Lutheran Church will hold a swimming and chili supper Sunday. Swimming at the YMCA will be from 3 lo 5 p.m. The chili supper at the Linn County Co- Op will be from lo p.m. "The New a singing learn will present a concert at Ihe supper. Charities Sunday Ihrough Saturday Ihe Catholic Charities will conduct its annual Thanksgiv- ing clothing collection for the needy overseas. All Catholic churches will accept servicea- ble clothing and blankets dur- ing the week. Christian Churches The Oak Grove, Prairie Creek and Urbana Christian churches will hold a joint Harvest Home festival Sunday at a.m. at Ihe Urbana church. Baptismal services will be held in Ihe morning and afternoon. Cnrisfion Business Club The Christian Business- men's club will hold ils last mccling of Ihe year Tuesday al p.m. al Bishops down- town with Raymond DeLarm, Atkins, speaking. Edgewood Baptist The film, "The Gospel conceived and pro- duced by Johnny Cash, will be shown Sunday at 7 at Edgewood Baptist church. Park Church of God Dr. Slafford Bourke, a med- ical missionary lo Haiti with Ihe Oriental Missionary So- ciety, International, will speak Sunday at (i p.m. at the Ellis Park Church of God. Dr. Bourke is the only physician at the clinic at Vaudreil, a populous center near Cap Haitian on Ihe north side of the island. First Covenant "The a film of two demon-possessed teenagers, will be shown Sunday at 7 p.m. al Firsl Covenant church. Hillside Wesleyan The film, "Blood on the will be shown Sunday at 7 and 9 p.m. at Hill- side Wesleyan church. The film demonstrates the strength of God's love and forgiveness. Immanuel Baptist The choirs of Immanuei Baptist church will present a praise service Sunday at p.m. Lutheran Members of the newly formed Independent Lutheran church will meet Dec. 1 at 2 p.m. at Gloria Dei Lutheran church to adopt the church's constitution. Kenwood Park United Methodist The youth of Kenwood Park United Methodist church will be in charge of the worship service Sunday as part of their weekend project "Youth The deadline for news for the church page of Nov. 30 will be moved ahead to Wednesday noon because of Thanksgiving. The regular deadline ef Thursday nosn will return the following week. Kenwood Park The Rev. Murry Haber will be installed as associate pas- tor of Kenwood Park Pres- Murry Haber byterian church Sunday at 9: 30 a.m. Dr. David Hay will be the guest speaker. Other par- ticipants will be Dr. John Walker, Northesasl Iowa Presbytery; Elder Ted Healy, First Presbyterian, and Elder Gene Hcrrington, Kenwood Park Presbyterian. Mt. Zion Baptist The Ml. Zion Baptist church congregation will observe the seventh anniversary of its pastor, the Rev. LeRoy White, at the church. The Rev. J. Laster, Second Baptist church, Fort Madison, will speak at the service Sunday at 4 p.m. United Presbyterian The women of Olivet United Presbyterian church will conduct praise services Sun- day at and 11 a.m. Lucille King will be the speaker. Foursquare Gospel A fall in-gathering mis- sionary rally will be held Sat- urday at 6 p.m. The district youth directors, Glenn and Peggy Nicholls will be present and a film of missionary work in Jamaica will be shown. HEAVEN Help the HOME By Kownrd Hendrleks 3519Flnt Avo. S.E. Codnr Rapids 366-7189 !F YOU BKUKYK... Slinulll a person ftiriilvun fur a crime cumnllUod? I Iwlk-ve a ijiTsun should IK iiunishnl fur a crime commuted but al the same lime ho Mimilil forcivrn. Ill Hie llihle .Icsus says anyone who believes in him and asks for forgiveness shall be forgiven. But afterwards they should live (he Christum way. Jesus asked God to forgive tlie Koiimus for Hie wanes of sin is death, ljul Hie free cirt of (iud is elerual life tliroUKh .lesus Christ our YOUIIB People's Class of First Christian Chnrrh. CONGRATULATIONS Dan E. Koehn Dan E. Koehn 6042 We.tviow Dr. SW Cottar Rcipldi, Iowa 53404 Phono: 365-2687 Mr. Dan E. Koehn has been selected MAN OF THE MONTH in the Richard A. Danowsky Agency of Aid Association for Lutherans. Dan provided outstanding service to area Lutherans during the month of October. Dan is professionally trained as a fraternal life and health insurance counselor for Lutheran families. As an AAL Idea Man he is dedicated to common concern for human worth. Richard A. Danowsky Agency 709 MN3 Building Cedar Sapids, Iowa 52401 phone 363-8588 Aid Association for Lutherans Fraternallfe Insurance Gueat Stars PAT BOONE-PEARL BAILEY SKEETER DAVIS-ALVIN DARK DALE JEANNIC C. RILEY Peoples Unitarian Sunday at 10 a.m. different mission areas will be studied. At 11 a.m. "Area Code the Kirkwood folk group, will present a program. At a.m. Bill Simbro will speak on the goals of the Unitarian Uni- versalist Service Committee. Redemption Baptist The Rev. W. Starling of Burlington will speak Sunday at p.m. at Redemption Baptist church. The church will also present a film, "Thief in the Saturday at p.m. at Bethel AME church. United Methodist The film "Thief in thp Night" will be shown Sunday at and p.m. at the Springville United Methodist church sponsored by the Springville and Prairie Chapel youth groups. Zion Lutheran Kindred, a campus resource team from Lutheran Youth Encounter, Minneapolis, will present programs Saturday and Sunday at Zion Lutheran church for youth from high school Ihrough college age. They will present a program Saturday at p.m. Sunday they will appear at both wor- ship services. Because gratitude Is a powerful, healing force an acknowledgement of God's goodness that replaces complaint with satisfaction. Self-pity with joy. Lack with abundance. You may bo surprised to find how much you have to be grateful for. You're warmly invited to read the Thanksgiving Bible Lesson in our Reading Room. And come to our Thanksgiving service, where you'll hoar people share their gratitude for God's presence and power In their lives. This service Is free, and all are welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE THANKSGIVING DAV SERVICE a.m. Thurs. Nov. 28 1242 2nd Ave. S.E. Fitst Clwtli uf Christ, Scientist Cedar Rupids, Iowa ;