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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas January Religious Focus New Texas PageSA Denominations moving quarters NEW YORK AP Several big Protestant denominations are quitting their Eastern city bas tions and moving their head quarters westward to the heartland of closer to the pulsebeat of common The shift has built up like a with one mainline church after another now totalling three recently taking steps toward transferring their bases to the middle part of the Others may yet join the migra tion away from the It seems to be partly tied In with a yen to get closer to the grass closer to the needs and attitudes of ordinary says James editor of the biweekly Christian published in He says past concentration of denominational headquarters in the East has been a giv ing them a distorted view of the The move west is long he aligning them with more typical This has been urged persistent See Page 10 Evangelist to speak at Church of Christ Local Worship at the church of your choice Assembles De Dios Spanish Assembly of First Baptist 733 Cross Si Sunday 255 Commerce Sunday school school worship and 7 evangelistic1 service Wednesday dinner 530 p m Bible study Saturday and p m Bible Baptist Church 1235 Ervenberg Sunday school 10 worship 1 and 7 Wednesday service Calvary Baptist 566 Highway 81 Sunday school worship 11 and 6 Wednesday service 7 Church of 1665 Highway 81 Bible classes lor 9 worship 10 evening worship and childrens Bible hour 6 Wednesday classes 7 p Nursery Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day 2386 San Antonio Priesthood meeting 9 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 EasMida Baptist 983 Holly Sunday school and worship 11 and 6 Wednesday ptayei meeting 6 Vivo Baptist Church Garner Santa Clara and Guenther Sunday school worship church training 6 prayer meeting Wednesday 7 at 498 Fsrth United Church of 970 Loop Church school worship Fellowship Bible Solms and Sunday school worship 11 and 6 First Assembly ol 1687 Highway 81 Sunday school worship and 7 Wednesday service 7 First Church of Christ 137 Mill Sunday service Sunday school Wednesday service Child cars First Church of the 1465 In terstate 35 Sunday school worship and 6 First Presbyterian 272 Sunday school fellowship worship 11 and 7 First Protestant United Church of Seguin and Coll Worship 8 and church school 9 First United Methodist 572 San Sunday morning worship 8 30 church school morning worship youth activities 6 Freedom Fellowship 330 Hack Christian growth class teaching 10 worship 11 Wednesday meeting 7 iUnited Pentecost Church 104 Melody Sunday school 10 evangelistic service 7 Bible study Lakeside Baptist FM Sunday school worship 11 and 7 Wednesday Bible study and prayer meeting 7 Live Oak 335 Sunday school worship 11 Living Word 1254 Highway 81 Sunday worship 10 and 7 Wed nesday service 7 Mission Pentacosta Church 129 School Servic es Saturday and Sunday Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church 138 W Masses Saturday and 8 and 11 First Mexican 2080 W San Antonio Sunday school 94C worship 10 50 and 6 prayer service 7 Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ ol LatterDay Laurel meenny 300 Laurel Lane Church school 9 45 worship 11 am Second Baptist 43 Merriwciather Sunday school 9 45 a m worship 11am and 7 church training 6 p rn Wednesday service Mission Valley Bible T Bar M Conference Texas 46 Worship Scott pastor New Christian Loop 337 Sunday school worship 10 30 am and 6 junior church New Braunfels Foursquare Gospel onelourth mile Irorn Interstate 35 on FM 306 Sunday school 10 worship 11 Wednesday worship 7 New Braunfels Presbyterian 373 Tree of Lrfe 125 US 81 W Howard Church school worship 11 Sunday services at and am and at 7 Nursery P rn Wednesday services at 7 Josephs Anglican Church American Episcopal 446 N Seguin Worship service 10 a 1928 Prayer Book Johns Episcopal 312 S Holy Eucharist 8 m ChnMian rHoly Euchami 10 30 A Harmony Baptist 1472 Texas 46 Sunday School worship 11 a and 7 training union 6 Wednesday y prayer meeting 7 Holy Family Catholic 245 Saturday Mass 5 Sunday Mass 8 Spanish Iglasia Bethel 38 Grape Sunday and Wednesday Sunday scfiool 10 and worship and Monday prayer meeting New Braunfels Seventh Day Adventist 2990 W San Antonio St Sabbath jl 1040 Saturday Worship uti baturday Northslde Church of 1130 FM Sunday Bible classes am worship am and 6 Wednesday Bible classes 7 Oakwood Baptist 2154 Loop 337 Bible study worship am and 7 Wednesday prayer service 7 St Paul Lutheran jnri Santa Clara Streets Worship service 8am broadcast on KMBT Radio FM 92 ami 1 0 1 5 a rn Sundjy school 916 dm and Paul Catholic 386 N Csstetl Saturday Mass 7 Sunday Masses and 11 15 am No evening Mass through Friday Bracken United Methodist FM Sunday school church service Bulverde Baptist Box 43 Sunday school worship I and 7 Christian training 6 Wed nesday service 7 Bulverde United Methodist 281 North and Cibolo Sunday school church service Canyon Lake United Methodist Flirtstone Canyon Lake Mobile Home Estates Sunday school worship Chapel in the Cove Cypress Cove Qub House Worship9 Church o FM 3159 and FM 2673 Bible class 10 Sunday worship 11 and 6 Wednesday service 7pm Church in the Valley Imterdenominationall Deep Canyon Church school 9 worship am Bible study 7 p m Church in the Wildwood Assembly ol FM The Oaks Sunday school 10 worship and p m Cranes MillBaptist FM 2673 at Siaruville Sunday Bible study worship a m and Wednesday Bible study and prayer 7 30 Nursery provided Friedens United Church of Church school 9 worship service am First Baptist Church ol Canyon in Horseshoe fills Estates Sunday school a m worship 10 40 a i tint 6 Nursery provided Gethsemane Baptist Staruville Community Sunday school 10 worship 11 am worship 7pm and 7 p m Wednesday Rock Hill Gospel Faith Center 502 Interstate 35 south of New behind the rest Sunday school 10 worship 8 and 11 and Tuesday Bile college p Thursday ladies meeting and young Southlako Baptist Church FM 3159 at Staruville Sunday Bible study worship 11 find Wednesday prayer meeting and Bible study Nursery provided Andrew Lutheran Church FM 2673 easi of Staruville Sunday school 9 a m worship communion Itrst Sunday St Francis By the Lake Episcopal 14 miles west ot Interstate 35 on FM Services 10 Sunday noon Rev Katharine Johns Mission Our Lady ot Perpetual Help mission Sunday Mass Paul Lutheran FM 1863 at U S Sunday school 9 am worship a m Paul United Church of South Main and FM Cibolo Church school and worship at 10 Thomas Chapel Roman Catholicl Canyon Dam hillside Sunday Mass 9 30 ui a proSunday Mass Saturday 5 Triumphant Lutheran Bat Cdvi Road at Schoemhal Road Worship S u Sunday school lor all ages 10 15 Unity Church of San 1723 off Broadway Sunday service 11 Sunday youlh education 11 Wednesday class 7 Dial a Prayer 824 Reuel editor and writer for Christian publications and director of World Bible will speak at the Sunday morning services at Church of 1665 81 Lemmons will speak to adult Bible study classes at 9 and at the worship service at 10 His sub jects will be world evangelism and the Bible correspondence He has been involved in missionary work for many founding the Pan American Lectureship in 1962 and directing it for 20 He founded a similar European lec tureship in He is director of World Bible School with more than 1 million cor respondence students and more than recorded baptisms each Lemmons was editor of the Firm Foundation Christian newspaper for 29 yeras and has served on the staff of the 20th Century He is now an editorial writer for the Christian Chronicle and editor of two Image and Action He is author of Abundant Living and The King and His He edited two hymn books and still conducts the Foundation School of Music which he founded 20 years ago at Reuel Lemmons near He serves on the board of trustees of Abilene Christian University and the board of regents of Pepperdine University and Korea Christian Col He is an elder in the Westover Hills Church of Christ in Johns Episcopal elects Vestry officers New Vestry members were elected during the annual parish meeting 18 at Johns Episcopal New members elected for three year terms are Charlene Ed Jerry Sarah Karen and Bern Continuing terms through 1987 are Don Gary Bob Bill Jane Overall and Ed Serving through 1988 are Bruce Davis Hylmar Bill Les Thorn and Bruce Wilson Bob Keith announced that Hylmar Karbach will serve as senior Officers for the Vestry are Ed junior warden Sarah secretary and Bern The 83rd annual Council of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas will be 12 through 14 in San Host churches will be Marks of San Marcos and Stephens of Registration will be 12 at 9 in the promenade of the main floor of Strahan Coliseum at Southwest Texas State A highlight of the council will be the installation of the John MacNaughton as the seventh bishop since 1874 to lead the MacNaughton is now serving as The installation and wor ship service will be 15 at 6 in Johns Catholic Church in San Delegates attending from Johns of New Braunfels will be Ann Burnice Ed Emma Lou Smith and Cindy Alternates will be Vincent Mike Stenberg and Helen Keep an ear to the ground on local events in the HeraidZeitung ANITAS Catering Service CALL FOR YOUR FOOD SERVtCE NEEDS 425MH Associated Air Systems Air Conditioning Heating SalesServiceInstallation feck Pty Owner 6250866 BLUEBONNET NEW TEXAS n FORD LINCOLN I 315 Auto Economy Store 1924 Ant Custom Canvas Work 204 San Antonio 6253241 FRIED 824 San Antonio 6250491 City Pharmacy 386 Landa St 6251711 Colonial Manor Nursing Hqme ComalBowl Schwab Rd Century Housing 40 Abandon Homes Direct From Mortgage Easy 24 Approval I ilUlriwj Bl W b20 4003 189 Seguin 6253434 Doras Catering Bills Depot Lf 1195 San Ajitonio DSMOR 699 San Antonio 6252361 6255522 DUcoim for new customers FRONT ROW VIDEO 99S UW 397 6294656 H E D FOODS DRUGS HILL COUNTRY RESTAURANT fcrauses Cafe FOOD 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