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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Religious Focus Mitefv Operation Light set Fifst Baptist On April 4 starting at 1 6f First Baptist Church will Tie visiting approximately in New they will e giving the residents a gift a cbpy of the Gospel of is out of a commitment to the of God and to sharing that with those who have not heard that these members are going doortodoor delivering the gift of Good said The jSospel of John gives a very clear ac count of Gods love for man and His for man to have forgiveness os is the second scripture distribution in two years by First Baptist Last years distribu tions covered about Under the leadership of pastor Gordon the church will Eventually share the Gospel of John jftlth every household in New The scripture distribution Jsknown as Operation based scripture John In Him Jvas and the life was the light of Lenten meetings at Johns Johns Episcopal Church will serve a noon meal each Friday dur ing The homecooked meal will be served in the Parish Tickets are During the church has a dif ferent schedule for Wednesday ser The Mens Study will be from 7 to The 9 Eucharist and healing service and Womens Bible Study will be combin The combined group will meet at 10 to study the Book of Revela tion and focus on the Seven Letters to Seven Eucharist will be at Southlake Baptist set singles retreat Pastor Dean Lloyd of Southlake Baptist Church invites all single adults to a retreat March The retreat will be at the church on 3159 in Startzville starting at Stephens Baptist Church is co sponsoring the Several of the single adults will be spending the night at the There will be cumenical coalition protests military aid inspirational singing and Southlake Baptist Church sponsors a single adult fellowship each Friday at at Startz Cafe in Start Prayer breakfast set by Church Women The public is Invited to join in an hour of fellowship and support the Community Service Center by atten ding the sixth annual prayer breakfast sponsored by Church Women United of Comal The breakfast is scheduled April 10 from 8 to 9 at Paul Lutheran activities 181 Santa Proceedsfrom the breakfast will be donated to the Community Service Tickets are and are available from the six member churches First First United New Braunfels Paul Johns Episcopal and Faith United Church of Tickets are also available from board members of the center or at the 202 South Baptist missionaries leave Lebanon Lebanon AP Reluc 24 Southern Baptist mis sionaries have left Lebanon after try ing unsuccessfully to get the State Department to let them Before they and their eight children left in compliance with the directive for evacuation of Jim Ragland from Oklahoma who had directed Beirut Baptist School said they were leaving our hearts Commission considers archbishops case AP A Vaticannamed commission has met with Northwestern bishops and officials of the Seatle archdiocese concerning Vatican curtailment of the authority of Seattle Archbishop Raymond The transfer of key parts of authority to an Bishop D o n a 1 W u e r occurred last September and was the subject of ex tensive disucssion in November at the annual meeting of I S bishops NEW YORK AP Major religious which steadily have opposed outside military infusions in to Central are stepping up pressures againstfurther arms supplies to Contra rebels in With the issue simmering in Con gress and in investigations into the administrations arms deals with Iran that funded battle gear for the a broad ecumenical coali tion has launched an intensive drive against such Called Lenten Witness for Justice and Peace in Central the special effort was to through Lents 40 days of penitence before Raster and include events in the na tions capital and incilies across the country Both Roman Catholic and Protes tant leaders were spearheading the win local churches urged to hold special study and weekly vigils in front of federal Administration policies in Central Amerfca are a betrayal of the American says the Rev general secretary of ihe National Council of in cludingmost major Protestant and Orthodox It is participating in the Lenten coalitions drive of mainline Protes tant denominations and national Roman Catholic such as the leadership conferences of mens and womens Catholic religious The Catholic ac tion arm for Catholic last week reiterated their consistent op position to military aid in Cen tral and specifically to the The Lenten to include week ly demonstrations on the Capitol steps In Washington and lobbying visits with Congress began on Ash March when five religious leaders were arrested in the Capitol The process is continuing each Wednesday through April with a turnout of Lutherans and Presbyterians this week in Washington The arrests take on a familiar pat tern as occurred with the original group of Protestants and Refusing police orders to they instead knelt in carrying crosses bearing names of civilians killed by the Contras in i Worship at the church of your choice Local i I Assembtea De Dios Spanish Assembly of God 255 Commerce Sunday school evangelistic service Saturday Bible Baptist 1235 Ervenberg Sunday school 10 worship 11 and 7 Wednesday service Calvary Baptist 566 Highway 81 Sunday School 10 worship 11 and 6 Wednesday service Church of Highway 81 Bible classes for worship 10 evening worship and childrens Bible hour 6 Wednesday classes 7 Nursery Church of Jesus Christ of LatterDay 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 worship 8 and Eastside Baptist 983 Holly Sunday school and worship 11 and 6 Wednesday prayer meeting 6 Ejemplo Vivo Baptist Church Garner Santa Clara and Guenther Sunday school wor ship church training 6 prayer meeting Wednesday 7 at 498 Faith United Church of 970 Loop Church school worship Fellowship Bible Soims and Sunday school worship 11 and 6 First Assembly of 1687 81 Sunday school wor ship and 7 Wednesday service First Baptist 733 Cross Sun day school worship and 7 Wednesday dinner Bible study and prayer ser First Church of Christ 137 Mill Sunday service Sunday school Wednesday Child care First Church of the 1465 in terstate 35 Sunday school worship and x First Mexican 2080 San Anl tonio Sunday school afmrtvbr ship and 6 Wednesday prayer service 7 First Presbyterian 272 Sunday school fellowship worship 11 and First Protestant United Church of Secjuin and Coll Wor ship 8 and church school 9 First United Methodist 572 San Sunday school worship youth activities 68 Freedom Fellowship 330 Christian growth class teaching 10 worship U Wednesday meeting 7 Harmony Baptist 1472 Texas 46 Sunday school worship 11 and 7 Bible study Wednesday prayer meeting 7 Holy Family Catholic 245 Saturday Mass 5 Sun day Mass 8 Spanish 10 Iglesia Bethel 38 Grape St Sunday and Wednesday Sunday school 10 and 11 worship and noon Monday prayer meeting Lakeside Baptist FM Sun day school worship 11 and 7 Wednesday Bible study and prayer meeting 7 Live Oak 335 Sun day school worship 11 Living Wort 1254 81 Sunday worship 10 and 7 Wednesday service 7 Mission Pentecoste 129 School Services Satur day and Sunday Mission Valley Bible T Bar M Conference Texas Worship Scott pastor New Braunfels Christian Loop 337 Sunday school worship and 6 junior church New Braunfels Foursquare Gospel onefourth mile from In terstate 35 on FM Sunday school 10 worship U Wednesday worship 7 New Braunfels Presbyterian 373 Church school worship 11 Nursery New Braunfels Seventh Day Adventlst 2990 San Antonio Sab oath School at 10 40 Worship at 9 15 a m Saturday Northside Church of 1130 FM Sunday Bible classes worship 10 30 and 6 Wednesday Bitiie classes Oak wood Baptist 2154 Loop 337 North Bible study worship 10 45 am and 7 Wednesday prayer service 7pm Our Lady of Perpetual Help 138 W Austin Masses 5 30 p m Satur day and 8 and 11 am and 6pm Sun day Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of LatterDay Laurel Piaia meeting 300 AK Church school 9 Jb a m n a m Second Baptist 243 Mer nweather Sunday school 9 45 a m worship II am and 7pm church training 6 p m 7 30 p m Wednesday service Josephs Church American Episcopal 444 N Secjum Worship service 10 a m 1928 Prayer Johns Episcopal 312 S Guenther Holy Eucharist 8 am Christian education 9 30 Holly Eucharist 10 30 a m Paul Lutheran Cross and Santa Clara Streets worship service 8 a m Broadcast on KNBT Radio FM 97 and 10 15 a m Sunday school 9 15 a m Peter and Paul Catholic 384 N Casteii Saturday Mass 7 Sunday Menses 6 10 and U 15 m No evening mass through Friday Tree ol Life 125 81 W Sunday services 10 a m and 7pm Wednesday services at 7 p m United Pentecost Church 104 Meiody Lane Sunday school 10 a m evangelistic service 7 p m Bible study 7 30pm Thursday Bracken United Methodist FM 225 Sunday school 9 30 a m c north service 10 45 a m Bulverde Baptist P u Box 43 Sunday ichool 9 JO a m worship 10 45 am and 7pm Christian trdimng 6 p m Weoneiday service p m Bulverde United Methodist U S 81 North and Cibolo Creek Sun day school 30 a m church serve e 10 45 a m Canyon Lake United Methoditt Flmtstone Canyon LaKe Mobile Home Estates Sunday school 9 IS a m worship 10 30 a m in the Cove imterdenomma Cypress Cove Cub Mouse Aor ship 9am Church of FM 3159 and 2673 Bi Die class 10 a m Sunday worship II a m and 6 P m Wednesday service 7 p m Church In the Valley mterdenomina lionall Deep Acres Canyon Oty Church school 9am worship 10 15 am Bible study 7pm Church In the Wildwood Assembly of FM 2673 The OaKs Sunday school 10 a m worship 10 M J m and 6 JO p m Cranet Mill Baptist FM 2673 at SldrUville Sunday Bible study 1 10 a m worship 10 45 am and 6 30 p m Wednesday Bible study and prayer 30pm Nursery provided Fnedens United Church of Christ Gerortimo Church school a m wor ship service 10 Ham First Baptist Church of Canyon in Horseshoe Fans Estates Sunday school 30 a m worship 10 40 a m and 6 p m Nursery 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