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   Holland Evening Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1963, Holland, Michigan                               PAGE EIGHT THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1963 Youth Rally Set Sunday At Civic Greater Holland Youth for Christ announces its Novem- ber Civic Center Rally for Sun- day evening at 9 p.m. The fea- tured guests will be Al Kuhnle. Dave Smits and the Camp Gen- eva Singers This program is in keeping with "Every Teen and Church Sunday" which is being pro- moted" in the community and throughout the area schools with Dave Huseby. director of Youth for Christ, in charge of arrangements. Mr. Kuhnle was involved in the program of Youth For Christ for 15 serving as the second YFC Club director in the history of Youth For Christ and spent the first three and one half years of his Youth For Christ ministry in Detroit. He went from there to take two ralh positions, one in Elkhart, Ind.. and the other in Minnea- polis. Minn While in the pro- gram of YFC he was given the first award as Club Director of the Year by Youth For Christ International. He traveled ex- tensnely overseas with a group of teenagers representing the winning quiz team which was one of two national champion- ship teams he coached. Mr. Kuhnle was editor of a teenage magazine. as well as the compiler of a book that is used for leadership train- ing which carries the name "Formula." For the past two years, Mr. Smits has been the leader of SIGN'S PROCLAMATION Mayor Nelson Bos- man is shown signing a proclamation which designates Sunday as "Every Teen and Church Sunday." Looking on are Dave Rotman 'left) Youth for Christ Club president at West Ottawa School and Dave Huseby, local director of Youth for Christ. Need for Higher Academic Standards Plea of Lutherans the musical Geneva for staff the of Camp By Robert M. Andrews United Press International Lutherans have been given some discouraging news about the academic level of the theo- logical students who will some day fill the pulpits of their church. In a report on the nine U.S. seminaries of the Lutheran Church in America, the Rev. Dr. Conrad Bergendoff said 60 per cent of all students enrolled Reformed i had only C averages in college. Church. He is an accomplished rjr. Bergendoff. executive sec- organist and pianist and pre- retary of the denomination's sentry is a senior at Western j Board of Theological Education Theological Seminary where he this discovery came as a is majoring in Christian educa- shock ancj was a disturbing tion and music. commentary on the role of the Along with Mr. Smits will be j church today, the Camp Geneva Singers. Miss may wen be that science Sue Bentall, Miss Janiece Smoll, j ancj engineering are capturing and Miss Jean Mast. They will, the best Of our genera- i H f__ later than 1967, to plan a new attack on adult education prob- lems in the denomination. Meeting in Chicago, the Na- tional Methodist Conference on Christian Education heard Bish- op James K. Mathews of Bos- ton complain that "our mem- bers neither know their faith adequately nor are they, by their own admission, guided by it in any marked degree in the decisions of everyday living. "The great multitude of church members try to get a lifetime of mileage out of their teen-age view of the Christian the Methodist bishop said. Haven Reformed Church To Have Guest Minister HAMILTON Dr. Louis H. Benes, editor of the Church Herald, will be guest minister in the Haven Reformed Church of Hamilton on Sunday. In the morning Mrs. Floyd Kaper will be guest soloist and in the eve- ning the choir will sing "Thanksgiving Hymn." At the congregational meeting held Tuesday evening, the fol- lowing were elected to serve as Elders for the next two years: Earl Poll, Richard Brower and John Kaper. Deacons elected were Harold Brink, Lawrence Sal and Gene Immink. Thanksgiving Service Set At Sixth "Every Man a Steward" is the topic chosen by the Rev. Henry A. Mouw, pastor of Sixth Reformed Church for the a.m. service Sunday. At this time the Senior choir directed by Mrs. J. Van Voorsc will sing "Thanks Be to God" Subjects Listed By Rev. E. Mulder Sermon Set At Rose Park "Expanding the Church" is the sermon topic for the a.m. service Sunday at Rose Park Reformed Church. The TT Junior choir will sing "A Song p.m. Mrs. Ham will sing i the Swedish Thanksgiving song, i "Thanks to Rev. Ham Lists Topics, Music The Rev. B. G. Ham will speak on "Divine Healing I Be- lieve In" Sunday morning at the First Baptist Church, and the choir will sing the "Thanks- giving anthem, "Come Ye Thankful People, Come." Sunday School begins at a.m. and the youth groups meet at 6 p.m. The sermon for the evening is "Why Waste Your Time in Mary Kaiser and the Male Quartet will provide the special music. The annual Sunday School banquet will be held Saturday evening at the Northshore Com- munity Hall. A special Thanksgiving ser- vice will be held with the prayer meeting Wednesday night at The Rev. Edwin Mulder will speak on "Guests of God" at the 9 a.m. and a.m. worship services at Christ Memorial Church Sunday. The Senior choir will sing "Onward Ye People." Sunday School will meet at a.m. Dr. Kenneth Weller will teach a class for all Sunday school teachers and other adults on the new Coven- ant Life Curriculum. There will also be a missionary speaker. At the 7 p.m. service, Rev. and "Prayer of Thanksgiving. topic will be "The Life be combining with Mr Simts tlon because of the prestige and j Tom Swiftie- to present the music for the, emoluments of these profes- eyening in solos, duets and j ne said jn the trios. same degree the church has Another special feature of the lost its ieafjership in current Theologian Reinhold Neibuhr's biweekly journal, Christianity and Crisis, has got into the act with what it calls "theological rally will be a bit of a new twist on traffic safety, trying to determine who drives best, fel- lows or girls. This will be cap- ped off by Sheriff Bernard Gry- sen Still another feature of the pro-1 the semjnanes. thinking The results of Dr. Bergen- doff's year long survey were mailed to the denomination's pastors with a plea for higher academic standards in samples: "I have said Adam originally. "Nonsense! I'll look behind me all I responded Lot's wife saltily. "I'll sit in the rear of the boat if I said Peter sternly. of Thanksgiving The Church School meets at 11 a.m. to study the lesson "God Works Through Us." A nursery I and mother's room are provided I for small children. The Church School will tinue to receive the "White Gift" missionary offering each Sunday. Afternoon activities include the Children's Fellowship for grades one through six at p.m. This is a missionary educa- tional program. The Junior and Senior RCYF meet at 6 p.m. The Fellowship will view the filmstrip "A Place for while the older groups will con- tinue the study ''The Changing City Challenges the Church." The Intermediate choir will sing "Within Thy Temple at the 7 p.m. service. The ser- mon is "Dead in Sm." The Couples Club will meet at p.m. following the evening Rev. Mouw's topic for the 7 p.m. service is entitled "The Peril of Indecision." A special worship service will be held Thanksgiving day at a.m. The pastor's topic for that service will be "A Nation Gives Thanks." Music will be furnished by the Senior choir. Of special significance to the congregation will be the burn- ing of the mortgage of the par- ish house. Assisting the pastor in this ceremony will be Lloyd Maatman, church treasurer, and Alvin H am e 1 i n k, who served as chairman of the I building committee at the time the unit was constructed. of Love." The Senior choir will sing "Sing Praise to God." Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. the Family night will be held. There will be a Thanksgiving Day service on Thursday at 10 a.m. at which time Rev. Mulder will tell of "God's Bounty and Our Responsibili- ties." GOSPEL CHAPEL Cor. 26th St. Sunday, Nov. 24 Worship A.M. Sunday School A.M. Eve. Service P-M- Mr. B. Leavenworth Grand Rapidi. Mich. Wed. Prayer 7 "30 P.M. You Welcome 'Sou! and Body' Selected As Bible Lesson Topic "Soul and Body" will be the subject of the Bible lesson to be read Sunday at the local Christian Science church. The Scriptural readings in- clude a verse from Psalms Wait on the Lord: be of good courage, and He shall strengthen thine heart: wait, I say, on the Lord." VENTURA BAPTIST CHURCH] Quincy between Butternut and Lakeshore Drivel NORTH of Holland 10'OO A Vail of the Tabernacle" A M School y.QO origin and nature" Thursday 10 00 A and Praise Service A Friend gram will be an attendance con- test between the area schools. Students must sign up in the hall before the rally begins to get credit for their school. BibleCiass Sets Meeting An adult Bible Class, meeting j at 11 am each Sunday morn-, 6 seryi best ing at the Central Avenue Chris- interests f the en. tian Reformed Church is wel- couraging every young man of coming new members to its character to choose group. Gemt De Vnes chernis- he said. try teacher at Holland Christian High School, is Bible teacher designed to improve theological training Seminary professors paid. "Surely the Lord can use men with limited intellectual endow- ments." he said. "But this does not excuse a church which can- not attract its most gifted men into this high calling." Dr. Bergendoff asserted that seminaries have a right and an obligation to be more selective among applicants. The best de- vice might be to require a B i average of all college graduates service. Monday evening at the elders will meet in regular ses- sion. The annual Thanksgiving Russians cherish colorful pot-! Service will be held Thursday "I see through a said Paul darkly. ted plants, perhaps as a com- fort during long, dark winters. Vendors selling bouquets dot Russian streets in the summer; morning at 10. The United States govern- ment's first plane was purchas- papers flowers find a ready j ed from the Wright Brothers in market in winter. 11909. for the Adult Class. Sunday- School for children meets at the same hour on Sundays. Baptism will be administered at the 9.30 Sunday morning ser- rev d to t more stress on when Dr. Dick L Van literature and thought Halsema will speak on the first______ petition of the Lord's Prayer, Presbyterian institutions have Be Thy Name been to use their building Jerry Heerspink will lead the anH inwstinm, funds as a too6! the an- Praise will Christian Science Society 125 West llth Street Subject: "Soul and Body" Sunday Service................. 1 A.M. Sunday A.M. 1st Wednesday Testimonial Meeting 8.00 P.M. Reading Room 1st Wednesday and Saturdays.....2 to 4 P.M. Arlene Bareman sen e as organist. The evening service will fea- the fourth sermon on a series of Bible truths about sal- and investment funds as a tool to help wipe out racial discrimi- nation. The Rev. Gayraud S. Wilmore Jr., the commission's executive director, said the Presbyterian church intends to purge itself nounced by the pastor Martha Tibbe, evening organist, has prepared the Junior choir to sing an anthem for Thanksgiv- us. Metnodist have FIRST God and King. Central Avenue church will hold its annual Thanksgiving service next Thursday morning at 9.30. Junior choir members will assist the Ladies' Choir in singing a Worp-Olds setting of Psalm 105 from the Psalter. "0 Make a Jojful Noise to while Dick Landman, trumpeter, will ac- compam Martha Tibbe in Pur- ct'H's "Voluntary on the Doxo- tion of teachers, to be held no Presbyterian Church Corner 28th and State Streets Rev. Wm. F. Burd, Pastor 9 45 A School 11 00 A M of Promise" 6 30 P M Fellowship 8.00 Collegians 1 0 30 A M Day Service Nursery and Cry Room Provided. I The Church Is Open Daily For Meditation j Dr. De Boer Guest At Faith Christian i Dr. Willis P. De Boer, Assist- j ant professor of Bible at Calvin College will conduct the ser- vices at Faith Christian Reform- ed Church, Sunday. Dr. De Boer's topic at the morning service will be the Benefits'' At the 7 p m service his theme will be "Water From the Rock." The choir, at the evening ser- i vice, will be under the direction of Marvin Baas. At 9 p.m., after the evening service, a program will be pre- sented by the Harderwyk Male Chorus. This program is spon- sored by the Faith Young Peo- ple's Society. The Rev. E.B. Pekelder, pas- tor-emeritus, will conduct the Thanksgiving Day services at a.m. Rev. Pekelder's sermon text will be "Always Giving Thanks to God." THE CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCHES OF CLASSIS HOLLAND INVITE YOU TO ATTEND OUR WORSHIP SERVICES WITH US IF YOU CANNOT BE PRESENT, TUNE YOUR DIAL TO WHTC 1450 EACH SUNDAY EVENING AT 7 P.M. THIS WEEK HEAR REV. WESLEY TIMMER PASTOR OF THE CALVARY CHRISTIAN REF. CHURCH Theme: "A Timely Coll to Awoke" Text: Romans 13: 11-14 Calvary Chr.stian Reformed Church was officially organized as a Church only about four years ago. Its actual history dctcs back much further than that. Undoubtedly many will long recall its dynamic missionary witness to the community when it was situated on River Ave and known first as the orthside Gospel Hall and laler ab CaKary Chapel Today Calvary is a fully Church and has moved farther north to its new locat'On on Beelme Rood off from Logwood Blvd Calvary definitely intends to continue to be a living miAionory witness to this new community in which God has placed her, even as the Chapel was such a witness to the community nror River Ave. The congregation of Calvary extends o cordial invitation to oil to como and worship with them IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH 22nd St. Pine Ave. Pastor Arthur R. Pyke Sunday, November 24 1 0 45 A Deceptive Devices Of The Devil" The fourth in a series 10.45 A Church ages 3 thru Kindergarten Primary Church, grades 1 thru 3 7.00 Citizens of Holland" 8.30 P and Careerists Sunday School 9.30 A.M. Youth Service 6 00 P M. Wednesday, P.M. Bible Study for all the family. Thursday 10.00 Day Service "Preaching the whole Bible for the whole world." Rose Park Baptist Church SERVICES Sunday School Morning Service Youth Meetings Evening Service Wed. Prayer Hour SUNDAY EVENING TOPIC "The Lost World War II Garland Cofield, Pastor "Every Visitor An Honored Guest" 600 Butternut Dr. Two Miles north of the Tower Clock CIVIC CENTER RALLY featuring L KUHNLE VICE-PRESIDENT.OF YOUTH. FILMS, INC. FEATURED SPEAKER TO TEENS at the Capital Teen Convention, Washington, D.C. RELIGIOUS DISC JOCKEY, "The Platter Parson AL KUHNLE Let Al "Clue You" on how you con be o teenage film star! DAVE SMITS MUSICIAN EXTRAORDINARY Organ Stylist Piano Superb SUN The past two years music director at CAMP GENEVA plus the CAMP GENEVA SINGERS NOV. 24 P.M. Doors Open at P.M. A Youth for Christ Event NORTHGATE FURNITURE 211 N. River ad courtesy of STOLTZ PIANO ORGANS 336 River Ave. HOLLAND SHEET METAL 82 East 8th ;WSPAPfe.RI   

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