New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 11, 1985, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 11, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 11, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas ■ Religious focus Hvpald-ZrltNii) Friday, October 11,1985 Page 5A All important for church to function By JEFF MIHELICH, pastor First Church of the Nazarene Who are the most important people In your church? The least important? In I Cor. 12:14-27, Paul teaches that there are no less important parts of the body; every part is indispensable. It was a church deeply divided. Some of them, you see, had the gift; others did not. You were either in or out. About this there was little disagreement. That the have-nots were less important was clear to all. So clear was it that the have-nots began saying, “I really don’t belong here.” Ministerial alliance The setting was Corinth and the gift was speaking in tongues. Paul’s answer to the problem began with his teaching on the church. The church is like a body, Paul wrote. Every part of the human body is necessary. The eyes need the hands, the head needs the feet. In the same way, you who think you are the important really do need Ute unimportant people in your church. Actually, there are no unimportant people at all — just different. They don’t have your gift? Well, so what? They aren't supposed to! But, they do have gifts, different gifts, gifts you need — abilities the church absolutely has to have! And you people who think you don’t really belong because you don’t have a certain gift — can you imagine your foot saying, “Since I’m not a hand, I’m not part of your body.” Of course not! It is the same way with the church — if everybody had the same gift, it would not be a church at all. Just as the human body needs different parts to do different jobs, the church needs people with different gifts to get all its work done. No one can be the church alone. We all really do need each other. The Corinthians problem went much deeper than misunderstanding the gift of speaking in tongues. Paul saw that it was only a symptom, and he zeroed in on the real problem. First, he tackled their misunderstanding of spiritual gifts in general. Next, Paul described the closely related body life concept. The different parts of the body with their different functions all need each other, working together. Then Paul moved on to the solution to the problem in Chapter 13 — love. If the Corinthians would learn to truly love each other, their spiritual pride would disappear. Worship at the church of your choice Local. Assembles Oe Dios (Spanish Assembly of God), 255 W Commerce St Sunday school 5 30 p.m., evangelistic service 6 30 pm.. Saturday 6 30 p m. Bible Baptist Church, 1235 Ervenberg Ave Sunday school 10 a rn.; worship 11 a m and 7 pm Wednesday service 7 30 p rn Calvary Baptist Church 566 U S 81 West Sunday School 10am. worship 11 a rn and 6 pm, Wednesday 7 pm Church of Christ 1665 US 81 West Bible classes for all 9 a m ; worship 10 a rn., evening worship and children's Bible hour 6 p rn Wednesday classes 7 pm Nursery available Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. 2386 W San Antonio St Priesthood meeting 9 am, relief society 9am. young women 9 a rn., primary 9 a rn Sunday school 10 a rn sacrament 10 50 a rn Cross Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod). South Hickory and Cross Streets Sunday school and adult Bible 9am, worship 1015 a rn Eastside Baptist Church 983 Holly St Sunday school 9 46 a rn worship 11 a m and 7 pm Wednesday prayer meeting 7 p rn Eiemplo Vivo Baptist Church Garner Hall Santa Clara and Guenther Streets Sunday school 9 30 am . worship IO 45 a rn church training 6 p m , prayer meeting Wednesday 7 p rn at 498 Liberty Faith United Church of Christ 970 Loop 337 Church school 9 15am, worship 10 30 a rn Fellowship Bible Church Soims and Morningside Sunday school 9 45 a rn worship 11 a rn and 6pm First Assembly of God 1687 U S 81 West Sunday school 9 45 a rn worship IO 45 a rn and 7 pm, Wednesday service 7 p m First Baptist Church 733 Cross St Sunday school 9 30 am; worship 10 45 am and 7 pm . Wednesday dinner 5 30 pm Bible study and prayer service 6 15pm First Church of Christ Scientist 137 E Mill St Sunday service 10 30 a rn . Sunday school 10 30 am Wednesday service 7 30 p rn Child care available First Church of the Na/arene 1465 In testate 35 East Sunday school 9 45 am, worship 10 50 a rn and 6pm First Presbyterian Church 272 S Krueger Sunday school 9 45 am fellowship 10 30 a rn,; worship 11 a rn and 7pm First Protestant United Church of Christ Seguin and Coll Streets Worship 8 and IO 30 am; church school 9 a rn First United Methodist Church 572 W San Antonio St Church school 9 30 am worship 10 50 a rn and youth activities 6pm Freedom Fellowship Church 330 Hack berry Christian growth class 8 30 am, teaching IO am worship 11 arn Wed nesday meeting /pm Green Valley Apostolic Tabernacle (UPC), 104 Melody Lane Sunday school IO a rn , evangelistic service 7pm, Bible study 7 30 pm Thursday Harmony Baptist Church 1472 T#*as 46 S Sunday school 9 45 am worship 11 am and 7 pm., Bible study 6 pm Wednesday prayer meeting 7 30 p rn Holy Family Catholic Church 245 S Hidalgo Saturday Mass 5pm Sunday Mass Bam (Spanish), IO a rn and 5 p rn (English Iglesia Bethel Pentecoste 38 N Grape St Saturday Sunday and Wednesday 7 30 p re . Sunday school 10 and 11 30 am , worship 11 30 a rn. and noon, Monday prayer meeting 7 30pm Lakeside Baptist Mission FM 725 Sunday school 9 45 am worship 11 a rn and 7 p.m.; Wednesday Bible study and prayer meeting 7 pm Live Oak Baptist 335 Washington Sunday school 9 45 a rn worship 11 a rn Living Word Church 1254 U S 81 East Sunday worship 10 am and 7 p m Wed nesday service 7pm Mission Pentecoste Church 129 School St Services Tuesday, Thursday Saturday and Sunday 7 30 p rn Mission Valley Bible Church T Bar M Conference Center T>»as 46 Worship 9 30 am Sunday Scott J Tjernagel, pastor teacher New Braunfels Christian Church Loop 337 Sunday school 9 30 am worship IO 30 a rn and 6pm, junior church IO 30 am New Braunfels Foursquare Gospel Church one fourth mite from Interstate 35 on FM 306 Sunday school 10 a rn worship 11 am Wednesday worship 7pm New Braunfels Presbyterian Church 373 Howard Church school 9 30 a rn worship 9 45 a rn and 11 a rn Nursery provided New Braunfels Seventh Day Adventist Church 2990 W San Antonio Sr Sabbath school 9 30 a rn Saturday, worship ll a m Saturday Northside Church of Christ 511 E North St Sunday Bible classes 9 30 a m worship 10 30 a m and 6 pm Wednesday Bible classes 7 30 pm Oakwood Baptist Church 2154 Loop 337 North Bible study 9 30 a rn worship 10 45 a rn and 7pm Wednesday prayer service 7 p.m. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, I 38 W Austin Masses 5 30 p m Saturday and 8 am and 11 am Sunday First Mexican Baptist 2080 W San An tonio St Sunday school 9 45 am , worship 10 50 am and 6 pm Wednesday prayer service 7 p m Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of r&i Latter Day Saints Laurel Plaza meeting room, 300 Laurel Lane Church school 9 45 a rn worship 11 am Second Baptist Church 243 Mernweather Sunday school 9 45 a rn worship ll am and 7pm, church training 6pm, Wed nesday serves 7 30 p rn St Joseph s Anglican Church American Episcopal Church), 185 E Jahn St Worship service 10am, 1928 Prayer Book St Johns Episcopal Church 312 S Guenther Holy Eucharist Bite I 8 a rn , church school for all ages 9 45 a rn fellowship with continental breakfast 10am. family worship with Eucharist 10 30 a rn St Paul Lutheran Church Cross and Santa Clara Streets Worship service 8 am broadcast on KNBT Radio FM 92 and IO 30 a m Sunday school 9 15 a rn Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church 386 N Casten Saturday Mass 7pm. Sunday Masses 8 30, IO and ll 15 a rn No evening Mass through Friday Spirit of Life Fellowship 419 Enchantment Lane Off FM 725 near Zipp Lane Sunday worship Sunday school nursery IO am evening service 7pm Wednesday Bible study 7 30 p rn at 1111 Gardenia and 307 E Zipp Pastor Tom Selah Tree of Life Fellowship 125 U S Si West Sunday services 9 45 a rn and 7pm Wednesday service 7pm Area, Bracken United Methodiet Church FM 2252 Sunday school 9 30 am; church service IO 46 a rn Bulverde Baptist Church P O Bor 43 Sunday school 9 30 a rn worship 10 45 am and ? pm, Christian training 6 pm Wed nesday service 7pm Bulverde United Methodist Church U S 281 and Cibolo Creek Sunday school 9 30 a rn church servca 10 45 a m Canyon Lake United Methodist Church Flintston# Drive. Canyon Lake Mobile Home Estates Sunday school 9 15 am worship IO 30 a rn Chapel in the Cove (interdenominational) Cypress Cove Club House Worship 9a rn Church of Christ FM 3159 and FM 2673 Bible class IO a m Sunday worship 11 a m and 6pm Wednesday service 7pm Church in the Valley (interdenominational) Deep Acres Canyon City Church school 9 a rn worship 10 15am, Bible study 7pm Church in the Wildwood (Assembly of God) FM 2673 The Oars Sunday school IO am, worship 10 50 a rn and 6 30 p m Cranes Mill Baptist Church FM 2673 at Starkville Sunday Bible study 9 30 am worship 10 45 am and 6 30 pm Wed nesday Bible study and prayer 7 30 pm Nursery provided Fneden s United Church of Christ Geronimo Church school 9 am worship service IO 15 a rn First Baptist Church of Canyon Lake Horseshoe Fails Estates Sunday school 9 30 a rn worship IO 40 a rn ai d 6pm Nursery provided Gethsemane Baptist Church Starkville Community Center Sunday school 10 am worship 11 a m and 7pm Wednesday worship 7pm Bock Hill Gospel Faith Center 502 In terstate 35 South behind rest areal Sunday school 10 a rn worship 8 and 11 am and 7 30 p rn , Tuesday Bible college 7 30 p rn Thursday ladies meeting 9 30 am and young ministers 7 30 p rn St Andrew Lutheran Church ALCi FM 2673 east of Starkville Sunday school 9 am, worship 10 15 am communion first Sunday St Francis By the Lake Episcopal Church 14 miles west of Interstate 35 on FM 306 aav -sew avswu&V    , Services 10 am Sunday and noon Wed nesday Rev Katherine G Bigg* vicar St John s Mission Church (Our Lady of Berpetuel Help mission) Hunter Sundey Mass 9 30am St Baul Lutheran Church FM 1863 at u S 281 Sunday school 9 am worship 1015 a rn St Baul United Church of Christ South Main and FM 78 Cibolo Church school and worship 10 a rn St Thomas Chapel Bornan Catholic Canyon Dam hillside Sunday Mass 9 30 and ll 15 a m pre Sunday Mass Saturday 5 and 7pm Triumphant Lutheran Church Bat Cave Bead at Schoenthal Road Worship 9 a rn Sunday school tor ail ages 10 15 a rn 'I' f5V.«/ytv -SSW av av Briefly Faith United to cite ministry's beginning Faith United Church of Christ will celebrate the 175th anniversary of the founding of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions now known as the United Church Board for World Ministries. The celebration will be Sunday at 6 p.m. with mini-world’s fair for families. There will be exhibits, snacks, toys and games from some of the 67 countries that more than 5,500 missionaries have served. All interested persons are invited to sample some of the cultures the missionaries have known. A special program is planned at 7 p.m. The church is located at 970 Loop 337. Stewardship drive kicks off Sunday First Protestant United Church of Christ begins its stewardship drive Sunday with a chuck wagon dinner at noon at Eagles Hall. W.P. Arnold, finance chairman, and Herb E. Schneider, general manager of the Pony Express, are in charge of arrangements. All members of the church are urged to attend the kick-off of the 1986 campaign. Reagan declares National Bible Week WASHINGTON (AP) — President Reagan says the Bible “has formed not only American culture but also the cultures of many other nations around the world ” In a message for observance of National Bible Week Nov 24 to Dec. I, he said “we sometimes forget that for most of America’s history, the only book most Americans possessed was the Bible.” It “formed not only our moral habits but even our language,” he said, adding that it “remains far and away the most popular of all books.” He urged appropriate ceremonies and reading of the Bible in the nonsectarian observance sponsored by the Layman’s National Bible Committee to encourage increased Bible reading Jewish groups blast passage of resolution NEW YORK * AP) - A spokesman for 39 national Jewish organizations has assailed U.S. failure to veto a United Nations Security Council resolution condemning Israel for its raid on headquarters of the Palestine Liberation Organization in Tunisia. SUofX 1072 W. 8u Aatoalo #25-4115 COMAL BOWL Opan Bowling Special Every Friday Noon 6 p.m. 48' per game 1053 Hwy 81 W. 625-6263 ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME •IS Lauda    #25-2340 1297 Common St. 629-6505 Warr/ a/ (mw trip Antiqua* A Clift* 186 E. 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