New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 25, 1987, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 25, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Briefs Heraid-Zerfi/ng St. Paul Lutheran plans annual picnic The public is invited to attend St Paul Lutheran Church’s annual church picnic on Oct 4 at the Comal County Fairgrounds Activities will begin at 9 45 am with Sunday School outdoors Church services will be at lo a rn and food will be served at noon Anyone is welcome to attend the services Tickets for the meal are $4 50 for adults Sit 50 for children or $16 for a family ('all the church office at 625-9191 for more information Church Continued from Paqe 6 When the Hebrew people met for worship and later the early Chris tians they told and re told the stories of their faith, and their father's and forefather s faith over and over to each other Phese stories were about real pee pie historical peole who faced in credible odds and who took tremen dous and even terrifying risks to serve the Clod who had revealed himself to them in so many w ay s To day we still gather together because we believe that God is still revealing himself to us In the Christian life we have a goal As ( hnstians we are not un concerned strollers along the biways of life we are wayfarers on the high road We are not tourists who return home rather we are pilgrims who are ever on the wav Our goal is nothing less than the likeness of Christ The Christian life is going somewhere somewhere exciting We are learning to take ownership of our individual gifts as tout s children That s tremendously exciting discovering that we have 'kills we dldn t know we had • hve of the goals of the people of lout on their journey is to witness and serve It is impossible for a servant people to stay huddled together They just naturally burst forth and break (Kit in love anti service sometime' shyly often quietly The people of God i an- for each other Thi' caring involves a special way of hearing a spx-* tai way of seeing We w .tivl hear through the eves of love The people of God communicate with others in a language thrv unders (and W hen we talk to farmers we use 'TW language when we talk to a business person we use other metaphor* and illustrattorn Idw* t»eopir Gild fas erne involved with others hopes ami rw*ed> their strains arni Stresses The (lOMpie of ‘oat respond to the immediate needs of people they encounter They share their life ami their possessions even when there are nu visible returns for their investment* We as Christians are the sacramental witness of God s power ami presence in the world We t*rvx»m» the ‘Hitward ami visible \ym tails if God s inward ami spiritual grate Our lives reflect Gods present e in the world as < hnst takes thr common stuff of our lives and through the Holy spirit enables us to ta* his name to ta- the fw-altng preserver of God in the world If you are not a practicing Chn* tian there is a church somewhere in New Braunfels waiting for v«*u waiting to love you and lo ent ourage vou in your life s journey Won t you see* it ‘Hit this week Haven t you waited long enough We aren t perfect Hut as C hristians we ta*liev»* that God forgives u* mm h more than hi times seven and las ause of His love arui nimpassion we can re new ‘Hit ‘our agt- to pub ourselves up off the floor again and Sociologists find Catholics want more of a democracy NKW MIRK Al* A panel of sociologists analyzing results of a survey into unexplored areas say it points up strongly that American Human Catholics want a more democratic church Tliey particularly want a share in decision making at the parish level but majorities also think they should have a part in determining policies at the diocesan level ami at the top live Vatican • In the face of continual statements by the church hierarchy that this is not a democratic organization live people are saying they want it to Ive says William I) Antonio of Storrs Conn executive officer of the American Sociological Association Mary Ann Camarilla a sociologist at the I Diversity of Nebraska in Omaha, said the "most striking ’ fin ding is "a tremendous commitment to live church, yet a strong preference for democracy ” The results, she says also show a • strong expectation of individual conscience as the arbiter of dec! sums. a self determining streak about personal matters also brought out in other studies Fall religious classes begin at Sts. Peter and Paul The fall Religious education classes have begun at Sts Peter and Paul parish Approximately 600 youth are anticipated in the ii-year old through high school programs A number of adult courses also are get ting under way Thursday morning Bible study will bx1 held from 9 to IO 30 a rn in the parish center Babysitting may be arranged if there is enough interest A four wx*ek Old Testament studv Faith of Our Fathers." will be of fered on Wednesday evenings from 7 to 8 lo p rn The KOA program is getting under way on Sunday morn ings for those interested in learning aobut the Catholic faith and consider mg becoming members Sister Maria Grazie will be a guest speaker on Ort 7; she will talk on the Apparation of May in Medjuforje. " Yugoslavia All are invited to the potluck supper and presentation beginning at 5 30 p rn in St Mary's hall For more information on anv of these programs, call Bill Smith at 625-1519 Women's Aglow to host speaker Rick Godwin, pastor of the Kagle's Nest in San Antonio, will ive the featured speaker Oct 8 at 6 30 p rn at the New Braunfels Civic C enter sponsored by the Women s Aglow Fellowship Tickets are S6 each To obtain tickets and nursery reservations, call 625-4579 again and begin again, knowing we are IovxhI by a love so great that it will not let us go Pastor Schulte 620-0618 Peace Lutheran Church .. .a mission congregation of the K L.C A is being formed on the south side of New Braunfels Pastor David Schulte will be calling on homes south of IH 35 during next two months to introduce himself and this new ministry Worship is scheduled to begin in early December at a site to be determined Please call for further information TOM LABINSKI and TIM WAITS bring local sports home to you in the few Herald-Zeitung Country Colonial Livingroom Entertainment Center Save $99.96! 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NI Extri Clart* Fir Delivery Ait Set-Up (WHIN MUNIS) ATTENTION:! BIBLE-BELIEVING CHRISTIANS The Presbyterian Church in America will be beginning Sunday night worship services, with a view to establishing a congregation in the New Braunfels area. The PCA is a conservative, evangelical body, committed to the Bible as , the inerrant Word of God. lf you are looking for a church home where the Bible is honored and Jesus Christ is preached, you are invited to visit with us. Laurel Plaza Community Room 300 Laurel Lane Sundays at 7:00 PM _ For info call 625*6326 or 629*4222 New Braunfels Texas    Friday    September    25    1987    Page    7 ;

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