New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 20, 1987, Page 6

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March 20, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Religious Focus NUA Herald-Zeitung, New Braunfels. Texas Friday. March 20,1987 Briefly Operation Light set at First Baptist On April 4 starting at I p rn., members of First Baptist Church will be visiting approximately 2.000 Hornes in New Braunfels. They will be giving the residents a gift a copy of the Gospel of John “It is out of a commitment to the Word of God and to sharing that Word with those who have not heard it, that these members are going door-to-door delivering the gift of Good News," said organizers “The Gospel of John gives a very clear account of God s love for man and His provision for man to have forgiveness os sins. ’' This is the second scripture distribution in two years by First Baptist Church Last year’s distribu tions covered about 1.800 homes Under the leadership of pastor Dr Gordon Graham, the church will eventually share the Gospel of John With every household in New Braunfels. The scripture distribution tis known as Operation Light, based bn the scripture John 14. “In Him Was life, and the life was the light of bien." Lenten luncheon, meetings at St. John's St. John s Episcopal Church will serve a noon meal each Friday during Lent The homecooked meal will be served in the Parish Hall Tickets are $3. During Lent, the church has a different schedule for Wednesday ser vices The Men s Study will be from 7 to 7 50 a m. The9 a m Eucharist and healing service and lo JO a m Women’s Bible Study will be cornbin ed The combined group will meet at IO a m to study the Book of Revelation and focus on the Seven Letters to Seven Churches Eucharist will bt1 at IO: Jo a.rn Southlake Baptist set singles' retreat Pastor Dean N Lloyd of Southlake Baptist Church invites all single adults to a retreat March 27 The retreat will be at the church on E M J159 in Startzville starting at 6 JO p.m. St. Stephen s Baptist Church is cosponsoring the retreat Several of the single adults will be spending the night at the church There will be Ecumenical coalition protests military aid fellowship, inspirational singing and refreshments. Southlake Baptist Church sponsors a single adult fellowship each Friday at 6. JO p m at Startz Cafe in Startzville Prayer breakfast set by Church Women The public is invited to join in an hour of fellowship and support the Community Service Center by attern ding the sixth annual prayer breakfast sponsored by Church Women United of Comal County. The breakfast is scheduled April lo from 8 to 9 a m at St Paul Lutheran activities building. 181 S Santa Clara Proceeds from the breakfast will be donated to the Community Service Cetner Tickets are S4 and are available from the six member churches First Protestant. First United Methodist. New Braunfels Presbyterian. St Paul Lutheran. St John s Episcopal and Faith United Church of Christ Tickets are also available from board members of the center or at the center. 2o2 E South St Baptist missionaries leave Lebanon BEIRUT. Lebanon i AP Belue tantly. 24 Southern Baptist lins sionanes have left Lebanon after try mg unsuccessfully to get the I S State Department to let them stay Before they and their eight children left in compliance with the U S directive for evacuation ot Americans. Jim Ragland from Oklahoma who had directed Beirut Baptist School said they were lea\ mg “our hearts behind Commission considers archbishop s case SEATTLE. Wash AP    \ Vatican named I S commission has met with Northwestern bishops and officials of tile Seatle archdiocese concerning Vatican curtailment of the authority of Seattle Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen The transfer of key parts of hts. authority to an auxiliary Bishop Donal lier I occul t < <1 i ast September and was the mu «•< t ot ex tensive disui ssion in Noxombei at the annual meeting of I s • diop^ NEW VORK i AP1 Major religious bodies, which steadily have opposed outside military infusions in to Central America, are stepping up pressures against- further U S arms supplies to Contra rebels in Nicaragua • With the issue simmering in Con gross and in investigations into the administration’s arms deals with Iran that funded battle gear for the Contras, a broad ecumenical coali Hon has launched an intensive drive against such aid Called Lenten Witness for Justice and Peace in Central America tho special etfort was to run.through Lout s 4o days of penitence before Faster and include events in the na tuni s capital and in’cities across th** country Both Roman Catholic and I‘rotes tant leaders were spearheading the effort, wth local churches urged to hold special services prayers study and weekly vigils in front of federal buildings Administration policies in Central America are a belt aval ot the American heritage s.t\x Hie Rev Ane Brouwer general secretary of tin- National Council of Churches rn eluding most major Protestant and Orthodox denominations It is participating in the Lenten coalition’s drive of mainline Protestant denominations and national Roman Catholic organizations, such as the leadership conferences of men s and women’s Catholic religious orders The U S Catholic Conference, atturn arm for Catholic bishops, last week reiterated their consistent op position to I S military aid in Cen tral America and specifically to the Contras The Lenten drive to include week iv demonstrations on the Capitol steps in Washington and lobbying visit-* w itti (’engross members began on Asti Wednesday March 4 when five religious leaders were arrested in the ( apitol rotunda rho process is continuing each Wednesday through April 15 with a turnout of Lutherans aud P re si) y t o r I a n s this week in VV arlington Uh- arrests take on a familiar pat tern as incurred with the original group of Protestants and ( atholics Refusing police orders to leave they instead knelt in prayer carrying crosses Nating names of civilians killed t>v the i ontras in Nu aragua rn- Worship at the church of your choice Local Assembles De Dios (Spanish Assembly of God) 255 W Commerce St Sunday school 5 30 pm evangelistic service 6 30 p m.. Saturday 6 30 pm ■IM* Baptist Church, 1735 Ervenberg Ave Sunday school IO a rn worship ll a rn and 7 p m Wednesday service 7 30 p m $ Calvary Baptist Church, 566 Highway 81 W Sunday School IO a rn worship * ll a rn and 6pm Wednesday service $ 7pm Church ot Christ, 1665 Highway 81 w Bible classes tor an 9 a rn worship IO a m.; evening worship and ch.idren s Bible hour 6pm Wednesday classes 7 p.m. Nursery available & Church of Jesus Christ ot Latter-Day Saints, 7386 W San Antonio St Priesthood meeting 9 a rn relief society 9 a rn young women 9 a rn primary 9 a rn Sunday school IO a m., sacrament IO 50 a rn Crest Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod), South Hickory and Cross Streets Sunday school and adult B>bie 9 a rn , worship 8 and IO 15 a rn Eastside Baptist Church, 983 Hotly St Sunday school 9 45 a rn and worsmp ll a rn and 6pm Wednesday prayer meeting 6pm Eiemple Vivo Baptist Church Garner Hail, Santa Clara and Guenther Streets Sunday school 9 30 a rn wor ship IO 45 a rn church training 6 p.m.. prayer meeting Wednesday 7 p rn at 498 Liberty Baith United Church of Christ. 970 loop 337 Church school 9 IS worship IO 30 am Fellowship Bible Church. Sol ms and Morningside Sunday school 9 4S a rn worship 11 a rn and 6 p rn West Sunday school 9 45 a rn wor ship IO 45 a rn and 7pm Wednesday service 7pm First Baptist Church, 733 Cross St Sun day school 9 30 a rn worship IO 45 a rn and 7pm Wednesday dinner 5 30 p rn Bible study and prayer se' vice* 15 First Church of Christ Scientist, 137 E Mill St Sunday service IO 30 a rn Sunday school IO 30 a rn Wednesday service? 30 pm Child care available First Church ot the Naiarene 1465 in terstate 35 East Sunday school 9 45 a m worship IO 50 a rn and ap rn First Mexican Baptist, 2080 W San An tonio St Sunday school 9 45 a rn wor ship IO 50 and 6pm Wednesday prayer server 7pm First Presbyterian Church. 272 S Krueger Sunday school 9 45 a rn fellowship IO 30 a rn worship ll a rn and 7pm First Protestant United Church of Christ, Seguin and Coll Streets Wor ship 8 and IO 30 a rn church sc boo 9 a rn First umtod Methodist Church. 572 W San Antonio Sunaa, s< hoo 9 30 a rn worship IO SO a rn youth a, tv* es 6 8 p rn Freedom Fellowship Church, 330 Hackberry Christian growth < ass 8 IO am teaching IO am worship ll a rn Wednesday men* ng J p m Harmony Baptist Church. U72 Texas 46 S Sunday school 9 45 a rn worship 11 a rn and 7pm Bible study 6pm Wednesday prayer meeting 7pm Holy Family Catholic Church, 245 S Hidalgo Saturday Mass 5pm Sun day Masse a rn (Span,sn IO a m First Assembly of God. 1687 U S 81 ivtosia Bethel Pentecost* ut Grape St Saturday Sunday and Wednesday 7 30 p rn Sunday school IO and ll 30 a rn worship ll 30 a rn and noon Monday prayer meeting 7 30 p rn Lakeside Baptist Mission, FM 725 Sun day school 9 45 a rn worship ll a rn and 7pm Wednesday Bible study and prayer meeting 7pm Live Oak Baptist. 335 Washington Sun day school 9 45 a rn worship 11 a rn Living Word Church. 1254 u S 81 E Sunday worship IO a rn and 7pm Wednesday service 7pm Mission Pentecost# Church. 179 School St Services Tuesoay Thursday Satur day and Sunday 7 30 p rn Mission valley Bibl* Church T Bar m Conference Center fetas 44 Worship 9 30 a rn Sunoa, Scott J T ernage, pastor teacher New Braunfels Christian Church, loop 337 Sunda* sc hoc 9 30 a rn worship 10 30 a rn and 6pm tumor church IO 30 a rn New Braunfels Foursquare Gospel Church, one fourth rn.ie from in terstate 35 on FM 306 Sunday school IO am worship ll am Wednesday worship 7pm New Braunfels Presbyterian Church. 373 Howard Church school 9 30 a rn worship ll a rn Nursery provded New Braunfels Seventh Day Adventist Church 2990 W San Antonio St Sab path School at IO 40 a rn Saturday Worsh,pa'9 15 a rn Saturday Northsid* Church of Christ, 1130 FM 306 Sunday Bible Classes 9 30 a rn worship IO 30 a rn and 6 pm Wednesday Bit » class**- ’pm Oakwood Baptist Church. 7154 loop 337 North B Ole study 9 30 a rn worship IO 45 a rn .mo 7pm Wednesday prayer service ’ p rn Our Lady ot Perpetual Help Church 138 A Austin Masses 5 p r» Sa' r day and 8 ana ll a rn anc Arm «. day Reorganned Church of Jes> ■ Chn'* of Latter Day Saints a , meet ng r ex Church school 9 4: a w a rn Second Baptist Church .* Mi r weatfie*    la,    *    • worship ll am mo • j. «, r training 6 I 30 p m 1 es*j a, se Area Brae ken Un ted Methodist Cf ch tM 2252 Sundays. rwiv , am n,,f n serv el *‘ a r Bulverde Baptist Chunh    .    * Sunnay srtioo1 9 * a n a •> • 1 ; «s a rn and ’ p rn Che st a’ *ra 1 .ng 6 p rn Wednesday se' . e '    •» Bulverde United Method st Church day S hot)    a    n    •    .    •    ,    e IO 45 a rn Canyon lake United Method st Church FI milton# Dr ye Canyon a*e Mot ie ti jv «* t state'    'ay ’ ■ 9 15 a m worship 5    *•    a Chapel    m the    Cove    <    ter    a tiona    C yI re*    .,»,* k    • m.    .*    A    • ship 9am Church ot Christ t* v 11 - • a - /n ■ 8 pie ass I a rr ".un lay e ,r st I 1 a rn and 6pm Wedne-. -a, ,-ry . p rn Church    in th#    Valley    d’r    Ir-norrvna tionai    Deei    A,'e'    a    ,    *r Church sc hoi), 9am o ast i 1    15 a rn B.bie study 7 p m Church in the Wildwood Assent! , >• God FM 2673 Thy- Oa» ■ "lay sc boo* IO a rn worst p ll v a f? and St Joseph s Anglican Church A , ,*r v Et • n a Ct-or, h *46 N Sesju A or s’ t ser v e IO am 19 28 St John s Episcopal Church i)2 St Paul Lutheran Church Cross anc • "a ara Streets Wy-' t service I an i I ca ' a s f    * N H * Wa*1 IV Cranes Mill Baptist Church f M J6’i a’ •arf;, e ..nyJay B<t>'# Stilt • K a rn    worship K 45 a rn and 6 JO i ne    Wed aesc a. Bit e study ana Fi'eden s United Church of Christ »t * I    fYK;, t * f Si    * MX>1 * J fT\ AO* First Baptist Church of Canyon Lake Horseshoe    Fa    I s'a'es    Sunday Vi • cid    * $ A rn    a -jf %t    40 a rn in ? F p fT N t Sit* f f f Q * _ I ort ‘ Gethvemane Baptist Church ,’a •' y e Commur t y r ter '    ' ’ a» s* boo' H a m wor shit ll a rn and * ti rn Ar* im** -a, tv or V I , r* Hock Hill Gospel Faith C*nt*« V . ret este Vi. *r ti New B • a 'es '**' did "y 'es* area Sun rat Sc noo a rn    worst t    8 and ii a rn    and * * p rn    I ut*via >    B.t    e iO' eye ?    JO p rn ti ,r •> r a, sd es meet rig v U a rr arid Southlake Baptist    Church (SBO    tv a 'n';, i    i. , Bt »• st :, r    4‘    I rn worst    t 11 a rn an i    e IC t    nt    Wednesday    t*'ra,er nieei ng    and 8 t i* st I, I p r> N ji ser y pros >d St Andrew lutheran Church lALCi tv 6 east of Start.', e Sunday 9J and I 15 a rn Sunday Sc.hot)1 9 15 Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church ilia N Caste a' iraa. Mass ' p rn Sunday Masses 8 k IC ana 11 15 a rn N eve* i mass 'hr ougf U la. Tree of Lit# Fetiewship IJS USHA Sunday se' , es IO a rn and * p rn Wednesday se' , es af p m United Pentecost Church l p C KM Me'ody . ane Sunda, s r>oo IO a rn e*a ge st    se'» . e * pm    B Pe study ’ IO p rn thursday s- t kX) v an *,yv t I- 15 am ommun.on t.rst Su1 da, St Francis By th# Lake Episcopal Church '4 rn es wes* o* interstate 35 on FM c 6 Sev es ’ am Sunda. OO* Ar*1 fill    b    iRjft ' c , kf i    v ’i St John s Mission Church iJur . ady or IV! Pe* a rce*p m ss or* Huht#f Sun lay Vass 9 JO a rn St Paul Luther an Church ! 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