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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 16, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas January Religious Focus New Texas Pages Briefly Regional hearing today in Austin The last in a series of United Methodist sponsored regional hear ings on the rural crisis will be today and Saturday at Emmanuel United Methodist Church in The AgriculturalRural Life Crisis sponsored by the United Methodist boards of church and society and global ministries will focus on key issues affecting rural communities in the South Central region farm future of the small farm Impact on rural environmental degradation and the role of the church In the Commissioner Jim Hightower of the Texas Department of Agriculture will be the keynote A highlight will be the opportunity for farmers and farmworkers to give testimony on how their lives and communities have been San Antonio church to present program Christian speaker and author Florence Littauer will discuss Maturity is more than just Wrinkles 27 at Coker United Methodist Church in San The program Is sponsored by Coker United Methodist Womnes Annual Gathering of Women and will begin at 7 with checkin at in the church sanctuary at 231 North Loop Tickets are Registrations will be accepted on a spaceavailable For more In call Jo Ann Gadberry at 1 4973268 or Kelly Griffin at South Texas priest Local Worship at the church of your choice I Keeps f Or90tten VOW EM Texas AP Fran cemetery uncared with tall cisco Moreno died in but his trash and while the i SpaniSh 255 W Commerce Sunday school evangelisticservice Saturday Bible Baptist Church 1235 Ervenberg Ave Sunday school 10 worship 11 and 7 Wednesday service Calvary Baptist 566 Highway 81 Sunday school worship 11 and 6 Wednesday service 7 Church of 1665 Highway 81 W Bible classes lor 9 worship 10 evening worship and childrens Bible hour 6 Wednesday classes 7 p m Nursery Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day 2386 W San Antonio Priesthood meeting relief society 9 young women 9 primary 9 Sunday school 10 sacrament Cross Lutheran Church Missouri South Hickory and Cross Sunday school and adult Bible 9 worship 1015 Eastslde Baptist 983 Holly Sunday school and worship 11 and 6 Wednesday prayer meeting 6 Vivo Baptist Church Garner Santa Clara and Guenther Sunday school worship church training 6 prayer meeting Wednesday f at 498 Faith United Church of 970 Loop Church school worship Fellowship Bible Solms and Sunday school worship 11 and 6 Firtt Assembly of 1687 Highway 81 Sunday school worship and 7 Wednesday service 7 First Baptist 733 Cross Sunday school worship and 7 Wednesday dinner Bible study and prayer service First Church of Christ 137 Mill Sunday service Sunday school Wednesday service Child cats First Church of the 1465 In terstate 35 Sunday school worship am and 6 First Presbyterian 272 Sunday school fellowship worship 11 and 7 First Protestant United Church of Seguin and Coll Streets Worships and am church school 9 First United Methodist 572 W San Sunday morning worship chuich school morning worship youth activities Freadom Fellowship 330 Hack Christian growth class leaching 10am 11 a Wednesday meeting 7 p I United Pentecost Church UPC I 104 Sunday school 10 evangelistic service 7 Bible study 7 30 pm Thursday Harmony Baptist 1472 Texas 46 Sunday School worship 11 and 7 training union 6 Wednesday y prayer meeting 7 Holy Family Catholic 245 Hidalgo Saturday Mass 5 Sunday Mass 8 Spanish 10 Iglasia Bethel 38 Saturday Sunday and Wednesday Sunday school 10 worship and Monday prayer meeting Lakeside Baptist FM Sunday school worship 11 and 7 Wednesday Bible study and prayer meeting 7 Live Oak 335 Sunday school worship 1 1 Living Word 1254 Highway 81 E Sunday worship 10 and 7 Wed nesday service 7 Mission Pentecoste Church 129 School Si Servic es Saturday and Sunday Mission VaHey Bible T Bar M Conference Texas 46 Worship 930 a Scott pastor teacher New Braunfels Christian Loop 337 Sunday school a m worship 1030 a m and 6 junior church New Braunfels Foursquare Gospel Church Onefourth Mile Irom Interstate 35 on FM 306 Sunday school 10 worship 11 am Wednesday worship 7 p m Our Lady of Perpetual Help 138 W Masses Saturday anrj 8 and 11 am Sunday Firat Mexican 2080 San Antonio St Sunday school 94E worship 1050 a and 6 prayer service 7 R m Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of LatterOay Laufel meenny 300 Laurel Lane Church school 9 45 a m worship 11 a rr Second Baptist Church 743 Mernweathei Sunday school 9 45 a m worship 11am and 7 p m churcn training 6 p TTI Wertnebday service 7 30 I Josephs Anglican Church American Episcopal 446 N Seguin Worship service 1928 Prayer Book St Johns Episcopal Church 312 S Guenther Holy Eucharist 8dm Chnstiap education 9 30 a m Holy E uchanst 10 30 a New Braunfels Presbyterian Church 373 Tree of Life 125 U S 81 W Howard Cburch school 9 30 a m worship 11 Sunday services at 8 30 and a m and at a m Nursery provided p m Wednesday services at 7pm New Braunfels Seventh Day Adventist 2990 W San Antonio St Sabbath Saturday Worship ati a m Saturday Northilde Church pf 1130 FM 306 Sunday Bible classes 9 30 a m worship 10 30 am and Wednesday Bible classes 7 p m Oakwood Baptist Church 2154 Loop 337 North Bible study am worship 10 45 am and 7 p m Wednesday prayer service 7 St Paul Lutheran anrj Santa I Clara Streets Worship service Bam broadcast I on KNOT Radio FM 92i and 1015 am Sunday Schoi 1 1 b a m So and Paul Catholic Church 386 N Castell Saturday Mass Sunday Masses I and It16 am No evening Mass through Friday Texas AP Fran cisco Moreno died in but his vow made a quartercentury ago to maintain the MexicanAmerican side of the Gregory cemetery is be ing kept by his fellow The cemetery was divided along ethnic lines as a result of segrega tion dating back to the early 1900s and lasting up to the early said David Krebs president of the GregoryPortland Cemetery which owns the Moreno kept the without on the MexicanAmerican side of the cemetery for about 23 years until he got too sick to continue in Krebs He made some kind of vow Krebs And he carried it Moreno died said the Michael pastor of the Immaculate Conception Catholic of which Moreno was a in a newspaper interview in said he had made his pledge in October when he retired as a worker from one of the area ran After his he had the time to care for the grounds in the MexicanAmerican section of the which was not being cared while the Anglo side was being kept by a paid he said in the After Moreno died the Mexican American side was virtually aban Heras Heras said when he arrived at the parish in January he found the MexicanAmerican side of the cemetery uncared with tall trash and while the Anglo side was well he I wouldnt say I was the priest I was I was hurt for my I was hurt because it looked Heras helped organize a group of his parishioners this summer to maintain the MexicanAmerican side of the The group named itself San Francisco de Guadalupe a leader of the San Francisco de said the group also plans to honor Morenos He is the one that really started Bazan After he something had to be done to And we chose to do he Krebs said the Anglo side of the cemetery has been maintained ever since the association was establish ed in the early The money for upkeep is raised from dues paid by association plot sales and he although anyone may be buried on either side of the membership in the association is only available to those owning property on the Anglo Krebs The association stopped the prac tice of when a who was killed in the Korean was buried on the Anglo Krebs The association is made up of about 100 25 to 30 of whom are Krebs Church leads in Baptisms Bracken United Methodist FM Sunday school church service Bulverde Baptist Box 43 Sunday school worship and 7 Christian training 6 Wed nesdav service 7 Bulverde United Methodist 281 North and Cibolo Sunday school chuich service Canyon Lake United Methodist Flirlstone Canyon Lake Mobile Home Estates Sunday school worship Chapel in the Cove Cypress Cove Club House Worship 9 Church of FM 3159 and FM 2673 Bible class 10 Sunday worship 11 and 6 Wednesday service 7pm Church In the Valley linterdenominationall Deep Canyon City Church school 9 a m worship 10 15 Bible study 7pm Church in the Wildwood Assembly ot FM 2673 The Sunday school 10 worship a m and p m Cranes MillBaptist FM 2673 at Startzville Sunday Bible study worship a m and p m Wednesday Bible study and prayer 7 30 Nursery provided Friedens United Church of Geionimo Church school 9 wurship service am First Baptist Church of Canyon in Horseshoe Falls Sunday and 6 Nursery provided Gethsemane Baptist Startzville Community Sunday school 10 worship 11 am worship 7 p m and 7pm Wednesday Rock Hill Gospel Faith Center 502 Interstate 35 south ot New behind the rest area Sunday school 10 am worship 8 and 11 am and p m Tuesday Bile college 7 30 Thursday ladies meeting 9 30 a m and young ministers p m Southlake Baptist Church FM 3159 at Startville Sunday Bible study 9 45 am worship 11 md 6 30 p m Wednesday prayei meeting and Bible study 7 30 p i Nursery provided Andrew Lutheran Church lALCi FM 2673 east ol Startzville Sunday school 9 a worship communion first Sunday St Francis By the Lake Episcopal Church 14 miles west ot Interstate 35 on FM 306 Services 10 am noon Wednesday Katherine vicar Johns Mission lOur Lady ol Perpetual Help missionl Hunter Sunday Mass a m Paul Lutheran Church FM 1863 at U b 281 Sunday school 9 a m worship 10 15 a m Paul United Church of Christ Smith Main and FM 78 Cibolo Church school and worship at 10 a m Thomas Chapel Roman Catholic Canyor hillside Sunday Mass 9 30 at a 11 15 apre Sunday Mass Saturday 5 Triumphant Lutheran Church Bat CJVL Road at SL hoenthal Road Woibiip 9 Sunday school fo all ayes 10 16 A Unity Church of San Antonio 17i3 Ldvvnddle nil Bioadway Sunday 11 a m Sunday youth Mducation 11 am Wednesday rlass 7 p m OMI a Piayer B24 5222 SAN ANTONIO AP First Bap tist Church of San Antonio is leading all Southern Baptist congregations in the number of officials The church baptized people between and Sept 30 Southern Baptist Convention researchers in said that the number is the largest total recorded so There is a very strong chance San Antonio First will lead the convention in a convention official San Antonios First Baptist Church is the largest Southern Baptist church in the area with officials The Southern Baptist Convention is the nations largest Protestant denomination with more than 14 million ANITAS Catering Service CALL FOR YOUR FOOD SERVICE NEEDS 12524M Associated Air Systems Air Conditioning A Heating Specialists SalesServicelnstallatlon Jack Day Owner 6250866 BLUEBONNET TEXAS n Jeep 31 5 Seguin o25t011 Auto Economy Store 13209323 Canvas Sboppe Coustoro Canvas Work 5216252249 i Schwab Rd Century Housing 204 San Antonio 6253241 824 Antonio 6250491 ButHgOn Preacrptto Service City Pharmacy 386 Lamia St 62W7U Colonial Manor Nursing Home 6257526 GomalBowl AbondcMi Homes Diroctic From 1 89 Seguin 6253434 Easy 24 I Bills Depot 95 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