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   Corpus Christi Times (Newspaper) - May 13, 1961, Corpus Christi, Texas                                CORPUS CHRiSTI TIMES Sat May 13 1961 First Baptist Training Union in Testing Project The Adult Training Union of Jlrst Baptist Church is one in 25 churches across the Southern Baptist Convention selected as pilot units in a testing project in cooperation with the conventions Training Union Department and Sunday School Board Traring un ion sessions meet each Sunday night after the worship service The experiment is concerned with several basic ideas One of these is testing the value of re source units The resource unit is a special study on the subject Christian Family Additional studies win probably be developed for future use j Under the coleadership of Le1 Roy Ford and Robert S Cook of the Training Union Department in Nashville Tenn a vast amount fort to determine possible future of material has been prepared plans for the general training un for use of the local church inion ministry planning the program presenta Dan McLendon minister of eduj lions cation at First Baptist Church is Units of study in the area ofproject director Associated with family life being offred are j him in giving general direc Singie Adults in Todays are Ben Christian training First Methodist DAN McLENDON The Rev A C Be minister of First Methodist Church will preach on A Mothers Ambition as the closing feature of National Family Weck ajid also Mothers Day tomorrow at the and am services The late sen ice will be broadcast over KEYS The Boy Scout charter will presented to Troop 3 at the pCi service The Uev George Lewis Jr associate minister will preach on He Ascended Inroj Heaven The mens ensemble j will sing An orean meditation will besin at pm The Commission on Christian Education will meet at pm Wednesday in the home of Mrsj IWsiter Kalteyer 26 Bayridgo j i The Senior Adult group win meet at am Friday in the church dining room BAPTIST CONFERENCE SLATED FOR MONDAY The Outreach Through Enlargement will be the theme for the Corpus Christi Baptist Association Sunday School Conference at pMn Monday in the First Baptist Church C A Bcvil chairman o the Associational Sunday School work and minister education in Parkdale Church be in charge Opesing nih a song and prayer service directed by Phil of Second Baptist Church there will be 45tninutc con ferences for nine croups Bevil will lead the administrative jroun J D Stcphenson adult Mis N H Morgan young people Mrs T K Rodnitin junior Mrs W J Weissinger primary Mrs Don Kirkindoll beginner Mrs Davis Harris nursery Mrs Tommy Blake cradle roll and Herbert Reh mus aids Three leaders in Sunday school and youth work in the local Baptist churches will short talks on A Place for Everyone following the conferences Dan McLendon minis ter o education at First Baptist Church will speak on Pro vidins a Balanced Teaching Ministry Doyle Holmes direc tor of reiipous education at Second Baptist Cnurcli will speak en Providing Balance in Acquiring and Using Equipment and Bevil will speak on Providing Balance Space is Dr N C BetLis will preach ews FLOKENXE PAXTOX CHURCH EDITOR When Two are One1 LirinI director and his associate jat worship senices at First Bap With the PreSchool Oiild1 and JR T Houser and Jamas G Matt Living With the SchaolAeeihews Joe Tilirnan A H FrithP Child and Leon Davis Adult Dej Discussion leaders in the local ipartmert directors church during May are Mrs Jack j Blackmon Miss Lou Ely Mrs J M Green Mrs W E Harrison i list Chur and E L Minyard The program material is being presented through a varied use of tech school will convene at am training union at Cj and Youth Fellowship un ner the direction of Bob Thur mn will follow the evening wor ship senice Several la niques symposium panel role playing ques in The project is a part of the pits gram of reevaluation and testing of methods and materials being service tomorrow A class of 11 ed to the public at a later dat conducted by the Traincor ing Union Department in an ef iaying buzz groups debate The Rev G A Mstion and answer and listeni pastor o First Lutheran Church tirr sesson oe z suPPe Thursday av 10 am ig teams 1307 South Alameda will use the j s available theiFriday ALL SAINTS RevThom The project is a part of the protheme Your Lord Wants will be woied Services in ihe Episcopal as Morris rector Holy Corn Lord Wants You city will be woied bv the State Serviccs to Know at the S am worship Department and widely distiiout i Churches ton thp Episcopal as Morris rector wii include munion ar Holy Holy Com sermon church First Christian Church The last day of Christian Fam ly Week will be observed at and am tomorrow at First Christian Church with Dr Oliver Harrison minister preaching on the subject Chris ianity Begins At Ho ie All mothers will be honored The second service is broadcast by adio KSIX at 11 am The semiannual service of dedication and blessing of in ants and their parents will be ied in Barnard Memorial Chap el at 4 pm The Chi Rno Fellowship and Christian Youth Fellowship for unior and senior high students vill meet for snack supper at pm followed by program and orship Graduating seniors xvill e honored at the CYF meeting Tlie weekly Mens Breakfast vill be served Monday at 7 am The last meeting of the 70 Club until the fall season xvill be in ellowship Hal Monday at Pm Two weekly sessions oi Chapel will be held in Barnard hapel Tuesday at 9 am and Thursday at 7 pm Dr and Mrs Harrison Assembly of God Pastor Served 15 Years The Rev I L Raymond Jr pastor of Central Assembly of God Church 3125 Home Road will observe his 15lh year as pas tor of the congregation tomor row At he same time the congre gation will observe the eighth an niversary of moving into the mod ern church Raymond had a handful o xvoishippers when he began hold ing services in a building at 2002 Water near the old bascule bridge in 1946 Five years later the congregation moved to anj other frame building at IK quite and remained there until hey into the present modem church in 1953 The church owns seven los or which the church and parsonage has a young peoples hall seven vere erected Both the iimi orium which scats and the educational building Arc aircon ditioned The education building REV I L RAYMOND JR classrooms Sunday sciiool of liccs and lounges Raymond will speak at the U am service which will feature Dr Wallace Rogers pastor Parkdale Baptist j a presentation service Boy j Scout Troop Xo 326 will preseiit 50sar American Dag arid pciv Christian flag to the church A iineii will be served at thg vhuivh at noon and the pastor honor charier members church during a service will pm An evangelistic service Dm i speak during the 11 am xvorshiol ho htd invited adults and older iv who have become members i1 nc LI S SS Presbyterians few months to their home at 126 Sea View Lane Wednesday at pm for a get acquainted social hour may dedicate their new babies first Church of Christ Scientist to the Lord His subject at JQ Attend pm will he Worthy to Walk with Synod Here Sunday school begins at 9 151 am and training union at fi Ail ind 1 Familv suDser wil be servrj Wednesdav at 15 pm with the 1 f Adult 2 Department in charge 1UI Presbyterian Second Baotsst The Rev Glen Norniar j Brothe ine uien pastor Spares Df Second Baptist Church vil naa preach at am tomorrow on Tne Ideal Woman1 and at pm on Hope for the Worid Christian Home1 Mrs Bob Kleeb will interpret both senice for the deaf Girls Auxiliary Focus will be observed tomorrow through May Highlight of the meetliiiary annual of Focus Weck Friday at 7 pm Theme of the banquet is Spring with a Maypole hav Dr pace Health xxith Key to the Serini iiod their Family vght in treuros by Marv Baker Fddv uul be Uc oic Qf p Rcv c Cow o Parish House Monday night i Surlda SfhooS mreSs at u a m jr Kelly minuter at iiie the rn u CHLRCH OF Trih INCARNAjMidwpek services including tesjworshb service it Central Parkhhe Rev of Corpus C the RovJohn Sanwm nioiet of hr win be atiresbyfrrian Chun h in retiring moderator irr1 in Lower ship Hail Sun cay school meets at am and training union at G pm Fellowship supper will Juirce Hie asy in a O Shell f Tic Rev Paul D Jitnna rinwn Mrs 11 L ister of Woodiawn Prcsbvterian Banquet nt pm serrnon vil bo boadca3t am over KRYS Sunday evening worship ser xvill be discontinued e vices ship Hall and the churchwide it pt hi Bradley ducted in the sanctuary pufairncet at am nc the School prayer service xviil meet in the is invited to attend Christian LivinE i Conference Room at ice xvhich consists of a solo bv Stearinen ii deliver jone of the churchs vocalists haccainureatc sermon at I organ music by Mrs if L JohnprcsbJtoian Amc VUKtrflUflt isoji organist a scripture reading in L i by one of the ministers and emfi Presbyterian Imwith prawr j andthe minister wil i The Rev Allen II Craft minism lho Tne Rev C T Kelly ministerter the Rev A Arnott WardiTcws Snn of Centra Pail Presbyterian j associate minister and eiders Thursday Church will be the guest speakeriFrcd W Hodson and Frinklini I1 at Covenant Presbytnrian Church JFlato will attend the Evangelism1 Jicrv meeting at Lexington j Conference and tlie Blvd His topic will be TV Sethc Synod of Texas at the First Westminster meeting Texas at the Firni n L j cret of the Christian Home j Presbyterian Church in San ArJ rf Church school meets am Pioneer and Serin Fellowship xvill meet at next week Highj Tlie Pioneers will have Warren To Get nrr Honorary Degree An hoiKriry ducloi Church of Christ Church will speak at the il tile program and ripcoratirns 4215 service lomorroxv in lav v of Motiiers Dav Mothers in Uie to o persons Soniers to he hon be on the Rev pastor of St ew Hiitist Churh at the itist Tiiiyjlogical Scm iiison Mondiv niuiit Inccn congregation ocree will h xvill be guests ofiored nrn Bournr ring the scnice Bibesdra Kubnn Patti Leffm presented to the plith Taylor Tionrs Moore president for 11 Primary t Women of Church a The sacransiil of the depirCnenl iSLipxr will be obsened at pm service Following this Iark rrvT an aftergloxv for the Sen Junior group xvill be W E Cnffman minister of ths 6 pm it Oikiev an Yoiih Choirs vill Unity Church of Christianity Service Senior Uighj Tlie Pioneers will have a hay1 Honoring i mothers The Rev Ross C Peeler minsack minister and accompanied byj terian Cliurch w pre Frank Bonner xvill leave the11 church at 3 pm and return Portrait HO pm Evenone will striP entitled Tiie ister of Unity Church of Chris towel and supper bathing suit and Sacramenis tianity 3421 Houston will usefees and miniature golf tlie subject Behold Thy at the 11 am service tomorroxv Sunday school meets at 10 am for bath house Corpus Christi Beach 7 pm The service with i hymn for Vacation Bible School to oe June IMS and 1D1H will tomorrow tie narlh ex of the chirch Tho school will A class in Lessons in BaotlSt will meet at pm Tuesday and a class studying What Are The Rev F A pastorjbc hel af You at 10 am Wednesday of Corpus Christi thrush the adult level with a healing service at 11 Church 3702 Avenue D Men of Unity will have a covj preach at am and S pm ered dish supper at the church j tomorrow Mothers Day will be at pm Friday xvill Iciiver th sermon for pralimtes Hih group meet M r iirionths Rcguiar rnvarils villlxvill he stuuscu it pm Pioneer Bible study will he atibe scheduled foih fall Thursday j minister S V Burke Phippcw xviil be church at the meeting Tcd of Texas Mondavi i rough Thursdy in San An Siunlays and R 7 ain devotion tomorrow Dominant idea of theSunday and Friday at 7 pm mass tomorrow Firm Saturdays eves o ever to serve God in feasts and first Fridays at to vices ami in sermon Biptist Ckirch in I preach I for DrI The Rev Carl Q Jr of Southern Methodist Uni versity Dallas wiii preach at the and rvrnins serv ices at St Matthews Church tc Church of Christ Buffalo and Peabody The Sum Toti of Dr Hereford To Go To Baptist Meeting Church of Christ jobserved and flowers will be given j and i to the oldcst and youngest mother Dr C E Hereford pastor c First Bantist Church will leave 711 j onnivv q io will attend I he South rrn Baplit Convention ja spirit of ihanksgivinz anl with pm and to pm confidence First Kpistie oi St SS CYRIL METHODIUS Latter 4201 of the bc I1e Spirit of Christ John V Marlatt Lords Supper will he served Dr Hereford will prearh a K to prnclice of charity lr iw1Is wlr Cospel ar jeordim lo Si John 16 am on Home Builder Dan McLendon minister of education will speak at pm on Amen Amen The annual Girls Auxiliary coronation will he held at pm Wednesday in the sanctu ary replacing the regular mid week service Our Greatest lGlost illc will bo ful filled Lexington Rt Rev Francis J Kaspcr pastor Sun day masses and am and 7 pm daily masses at and am Holy Day Masses and am and pm con Feast days will he St Johni fessions Saturdays to 5 pm pm Bishop side at the Church of Jesus Christ of Traffic Latter Day Saints 4201 UpRiver day Road at 6 pm tomorrow Priest hood meeting xvill be at 9 and Sunday school at Mutual Improvement Association Wgrfgn and Geneological Society xvill j meet at pm Tuesday j Jesus Cares For You of Christ WedresGod Why Thou Forsakj en Me1 xviil bc his subject at 5 pm Prescott Christian Tne Rev Ardra Walker minis ter at Prescott Christian Church will preach tomorrow at on the subject The Church and the Church school with classes for all ages meets at am In the study program at 6 pm Mrs J E Breeding will lead a discussion on The Ecumenical Church in which adults high school and older youth groups will be combined Mrs B P Pope will direct the junior high school group in a study program Following a per iod of fellowship in which all groups participate the worship services will be directed by the Chi Rho Fellowship An intensive visitation evange lism program will be conducted during the week leading to Deci sion Day May 21 the anniversary of Pentecost the birthday of the church The visitation program is being directed by the Evangelism Committee of which L M Mills It chairman will bc j the sermon home of Russell M J Ingalls minister of Norton Street Church of Christ at the am service tomorrow This will be a flannclgraph lesson At pm Ingalls will use a chart entitled Preaching Christ Bible school with classes for all ages meets at am and pm A Bible class for women meets at 10 am Wednesday Aubrey MoMinn an elder in the church will speak at the service at pm Wednesday Church Bible classes for ail ages ncct at 0 am and 5 pm Mid iay at pm Womens Bible nass Tuesday at 10 am and mid week services will be pm Wednesday at Seventhday Advintist The Rev C S Pat Meyer director of the Nieces County jMarnase Center will speak at the pm service I at the Parkside Church of God Kosory tomorrow week service Wednesday pm at South Bluff Methodist Service The Rev Raymond M Brink pastor of South Bluff Methodist i Church will preach on the sub ject What Is Your Home al Eighteenth Street Baptist Services Dr Sen M David pastor of j Eighteenth Street Baptist Church Arlington Nazarene The Glory of Motherhood will be the subject the Rev L Lee Gaines pastor of tlie Arlington Heights Nazarene on Highway 0 at 31 am tomorrow He will use as his sermon subject at pm Revival or Revolution Sunday school will begin at am At 7 pm there will be a meeting of workers in tlie coming vacation Bible School Prayer meeting and Bible study will be at pm Wednesday r L K Rogers at am Sunday school on Responsibility of Mother o Seventh day Adventist wm mcct at am and the hood His Eldc o ho Church 1220 South Alameda will preach at 11 am Saturday May 20 on Doing Gods Will Sabbath school and Bible classes start at am Ropers will lead the prayer services and studies at pm Wednesday The Voice of Phophccy radio program may bc heard over Sta tion KOPY Alice at pm Sundays The Rev Floyd Myers xvill jwjji speak at 11 am tomorrow Gospel of John the 11 am service tomorrow His theme at tlie pm serv ice will be Goodness Not Enough Church school meets at 9 G am Midweek services xvill be at pm Wendesday with the pastor leading the study in the Henriksen in Boston The Rev Alfred J N Henrik sen minister of Unitarian Church is in Boston Mass at tending the formative meetings of the UnitaiiariUnivciotilist As sociation He xvill return Thurs day Services in Ihe YWCA at 11 am tomorrow xviI be conducted by the youth group of the church Junior Church at pm Trinity Baptist There isSomething In It For You will be the subject of the Rev K McCoy Bynum pastor of Trinity Baptist Church at the am worship service to David McCaig ministerial stu dent and youth pastor for the week will speak at 7M5 pm The Youth Choir will sing and young men xvill serve as ushers at this service Tomorrow marks the conclu sion of Youth Week in which the youth will have charge of the Sunday school and Adult Depart Sunday school meets at fim and training union at pm Prayer meeting is Wednes day at pm s topic at pm xvil be Sifted Sunday school meets at 10 am and Youth Pcopless service at 7 pm Academic Bible School meets at pm Tuesday and midweek services are at the same hour Wednesday Free Methodist Tlie Rev Paul M Fitch pastor of Free Methodist Church 3500 Naples will speak on The Great Home Builder as his Mo thers Day sermon at 11 am to morrow A special service will be held with a roll call of mothers in Ihe congregation who have died during the year His sermon topic at pm will be Where Art Thou Sunday school meets at am and Youth services at pm Prayer mcetlnK xvill be at pm Wednesday NAS Services A service of Holy Communion Episcopal xvill be conducted at S am tomorroxv in the Protest ant Chapel at the Naval Air Station by the Rev Hollier Tom lin priestinChargo of the St Bartholomew Church Sunday school xvill meet in Building 39 at am Classes are provided for children begin ning at ago three Bus transpor tation is provided Chaplain James L Carter will preach at the am service and Chaplain Leslie L OConnor at 11 am Youth Fellowship will meet in Building 39 at 6 pm All youth are xvelcomc Roman Catholic Masses arc at and am at the Cath olic Chnpcl Daily Mass is at am Monday through Fri day The pastor is Chaplain Laur ence E Boyle 4 Baptist do la Salle Monday St Uhaldus Tuesday Paschal Bay Ion Wednesday St Venintius Thursday St Peter Celestine St Pudentia Friday and St Bernardino Saturday CORPUS CHRISTl CATHE DRAL 620 Lipan me Rt Rev Msgr Albert Schmitt pastor Sunday masses 6 7 8 10 12 noon and 6 pm daily masses am Holy Days 6 7 8 am and 6 pm and to 9 pm OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP 5801 Lexington the Very Rev Henry Porten CSSR pas tor Sunday masses 79 11 am and 7 pm daily masses and am Holy Daysj 7 9 am and 7 pm confessions Saturdays 5 to 6 pm and to 9 pm SACRED HEART 1303 Comas die the Rev Anthony Eising MSF pastor Sunday masses G 7 8 and am awl confession Saturdays eves pm Hojy DayS TTntv TtnVQ first Holy Days and first Fridays to 6 pm and to 9 pm ST PATRICKS 3330 South Al ameda Rt Rev Msgr C R M al ien pastor Sunciay masses 7 8 9 10 11 am and 6 pm Holy Days 6 7 8 9 am and 6 pm daily masses and am confessions Saturday eves of Holy Days to 6 pm and first Fridays to 9 pm CHRIST THE KING 1625 Ar Jngton Rt Rev Msgr Al Can non pastor Sunday masses 7 8 9 10 11 am and 6 pm floly Days 7 8 9 am and o and 7 pm daily masses and S am confessions Satur day and eves of Holy Days to 6 pm and to 9 pm OUR LADY STAR OF THE SEA 3110 Ave E Norm the Rt Rev Msgr Michael Ad ams pastor Sunday masses 8 and 10 am Holy Days 8 am and pm 1 daily mass 8 am confessions Be ore masses Saturday 5 to 6 pm ST THERESAS Lantana and JpRiver Road the Rcv Patrick lannon 0 S B pastor Sunday masses 6 7 10 and 11 am Holy Days 6 7 and 8 am and 7 pm school days 6 and 9 am and pm daily masses 6 7 am confessions Saturdays to 6 pm and 7 to 3 pm HOLY FAMILY MISSION 2509 Nogales the Rev Thomas Fer nanle 0 M I pastor Sunday masses 8 9 10 and 11 am 6 pm Holy Days and 8 am and 7 pm daily masses am and 7 pm Wednesday Confessions Saturday 3 to 6 pnu and 7 to 9 pm OUR LADY OF THE PILAR CHURCH Bloomington St Mo lina the Rev Thomas Fernandez OMI pastor Daily masses 7 9 am and 11 am Thursday at pm ST JOSEPHS CHURCH 710 Nineteenth The Rev Henry Ro mer MSF Sunday 6 7 10 am and 7 pm weekday Masses 6 7 am Wednesday at 7 pm Holy days of obligation and First Fridays 6 7 am and 7 pm Confessions Saturdays from 36 and from pm during the week before Masses HOLY CROSS 1109 N Staples tttc Rov Charles J Aubry pas tor Sunday masses 7 and 8 am Holy Days 6 and 9 am daily masses 7 am Friday 7 to t Dra atenci the ar incetirg of i PirlvAax Oiurch of Christ i   

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