New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 28, 1991, Page 6

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June 28, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 28, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Religious Focus Page 6A Herald-Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, June 28, 1991Learning to relax Religion in brief By th* REV. KENNY WOOD Harry Langendorf Pelican was no ordinary bird. That’s what his father Charlie saw the minute he was bom. So he made great demands on Harry especially in the art of flying. Harry’s mother,! the direct opposite of Charlie, spent' only a few days with her son in his early birdhood. They mostly sat together and watched the sun. When she died, Harry cried. Wood After that, all Harry did was work on his flying with his father. He could fly higher and dive faster than any bird in 30 million years. But that wasn’t enough for Hamy. He believed that the pelican goal was to reach perfection; and to never be satisfied with anything less. Harry Pelican married Samantha, the most beautiful girl pelican, they had two children — Edward and Mary. Harry pushed them harder than the other pelican fathers. Whenever they complained because they wanted to have fun, or just wanted to rest, Harry told them there was no time to waste. One afternoon on a family trip to the coast. Young Edward challeneged his father to a dive from the highest cloud. Harry said they were up too high to dive, but Edward insisted and started his dive. Harry chased after him hoping to catch him, but found Edward dead in the water. Harry grieved for weeks over Edward’s death — he fealt guilty that he had never really gotton to know his own son. When Harry came back home to the flock he was greeted by the other young pelicans, each telling him about the records they had broken. They wanted his help and his skill. But Harry had changed. He mostly spent his time with the sick and the old and the clumsy ones in the flock that he had never noticed before. He learned to relax. On his dying day he looked at the sun for a final time and thought back on his life and said MI am grateful.” I read this story by James Kava-naugh in the early 70s and have never forgotten it. It means more to me now that I’m learning to relax and enjoy the world around me. Deep and lasting self-satisfaction does not come from our solo performances however perfect. Only God’s love goes deep enough. It’s easy to outrun it. As Ferris Buellcr said, “Life goes pretty fast, and if you don’t slow down sometimes you’re liable to miss it”    / There’s an awful lot not to miss. Patriotic services First Baptist Church of New Braunfels will present “I Believe in America” patriotic services this Sunday. At 10:45 a.m. Wilhousky’s arrangement of the Battle Hymn of the Republic will be performed by the Sanctuary Choir. The message will be delivered by the Rev. Dr. Gordon Graham. The second service begins at 7pjn. Church convention The Rev. Raymond D. Reich, pastor of Cross Lutheran Church, Kristin Boelke, pre-school and day care director, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. McDowell, and the Rev. and Mrs. Albert Wuensche, members of Cross Lutheran Church attended the 52nd Convention of the Texas District of the Luther an-Church-Missouri Synod June 20-24 in Dallas. The Texas District encompasses the state of Texas and numbers 350 congregations and 507 pastors serving 100,000 members. While in session, the convention elected a new president, the Rev. Gerald Kieschnick of Austin. He is the son of Mrs. Martin (Elda) Kieschnick, who lives in New Braunfels and is a member of Cross Lutheran Church. Among the resolutions passed at the convention: • Reiterating the belief that God is the Creator of the universe and all life. • Reaffirming the spiritual prohibi tion of the sin of homosexuality. • Encouraging congregations to continue outreach ministries. • Reaffirming a strong pro-life position. Blood drive First United Methodist Church of New Braunfels is sponsoring a blood drive Sunday, June 30. The South Texas Regional Blood Bank will be accepting donors from 8:30 a.m. to I pm. in Wesley Hall at the church. Wesley Hall is easily accessible from the church's Mill Street parking lot. Free cholesterol screening is available for donors. For more information call Cari Gray at 620-4272. Baptist withdrawal VALLEY FORGE, Pa.—The general secretary of the American Baptist Churches says Southern Baptist withdrawal from a joint Baptist religious liberty lobby is a "rejection of centuries of Baptist history and tradition." The Rev. Daniel Weiss referred to the action of the Southern Baptist Convention in ending any funding of the Washington-based Baptist Joint Committee on Public Affairs, which for 50 years has represented eight Baptist bodies on church-state issues. The Southern Baptists in 1990 cut its yearly allocation to the committee from $400,000 to $50,000, and the remainder also was terminated at a Southern Baptist convention this month in Atlanta. Controlling fundamentalists have criticized the committee for opposing school prayers, among other things. Weiss said the committee has been "an eloquent and courageous mouthpiece for religious liberty" and that its postilions "have been well within the mainstream of Baptist thought and practice." Religion takes back seat DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — Religion has been demoted to a "back seat" in the nation's media, particularly on television, says Robert B. Beusse, a communication consultant. Beusse, who for IO years was national communications director for U.S. Roman Catholicism, said at the University of Dayton, where he received its religious communications award: "Current studies show that most people in the media tend not to have a religion. They’ve shied away from religion and its values." CLOUT forms JAMAICA PLAIN, Mass. (AP) — Protestant clergywomen who are lesbians have led in launching a movement called Christian Lesbians Chit Together, or CLOUT, to "empower our lesbian sisters and ourselves to challenge the churches." A group of 113 clergywomen and lay women from 14 denominations signed an organizing statement of commitment, declaring that "we are committed especially to the empowerment of ordained lesbians and d ose who are being rejected for ordination because they are lesbian." A CLOUT convention is planned in November, organizers said. The Rev. Carter Heyward, an Episcopal priest and professor at Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Mass., said: "For the churches to coerce either celibacy or silence is morally unacceptable for us." Armstrong appointed FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) — Former United Methodist Bishop James Armstrong, who once rocked U.S. Protestantism by quitting a top ecumenical post because of marital problems, is becoming a Florida pastor. Armstrong’s appointment to lead the First Congregational Church of Winter Park, Fla., a congregation of the United Church of Christ, was announced at the United Methodist Rocky Mountain annual conference here. Armstrong, who for seven years has been a professor at the United Methodist-related Iliff School of Theology in Denver, said, "It will be marvelous to return to pastoral ministry, though in a sense I’ve never left. I will be doing what I love most, and probably do best." HOFFMANN FLOORS 710 Loop 337 TUA SS etc Service Center ‘Automotive Repairs" 211 Hwy 811    62$    10/7 204 W San Antonio 625-3241 Canvas Shoppe Canvas Work 2-025-2319 IH35* w? Schwab Rd Ll^oeppenschrriiclt CJu ntia 189 N. Seguin 625-3434 American Heart Association Tim tpmt r*»- nun! •» • putt* arr. © 146 North Castel! *2S ftAfH-AHD •''.*-0278 IN 38 Kit ward I). Jane* 4 Co.’ stan * Cunningham investment Aepresentitive 1 CKX) \ Walnut 629 0055 State Farm Insurance Companies Dick Koegie. CLU 398 Landa St. 625-6081 ‘■rf iL—faFftwmiig Tota1 Fam.iy Health Cs'e Medical Equipment Sales A Rental 353 Landa St. 525-7777 NEW BRAUNFELS AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING Servicing window/room/package air conditioners 4 heat pumps I 776 E. Torrey 620-5006 (HI PLUMBING CO INC. ParttSSeVce Plumbing-Heating “THE OO IT YOURSELF SHOP” 532 S. Seguin Ave 625-8031 Worship at the church of your choice Local iMUrtt Jm'I I HUNTING 0 COLDEN EAGLE HUNTING' CmifUu Lim 4 (512) 629-4352 §04 IU 35 Wtm • Nm Jrmmmjrk, TI HUMHEB V FOODS DRUGS Bit VV. Baa iatoa!• 626-77B7 >Re*identiei"ConvnefGts»*New Const mc tier "Electric Sewer Cfeening«Wai*r nee iv * Cooper Wale* Line* (HH Duality (ii Fiatw'tih end Suppi" * WB Ibid BttMHlfftl    625    547? Hwrald-Ztitung Your Hometown Newspaper 707 Lend* 625-9144 HUMTCX JUNCTION MOI Healer IS. S2S4S00 Beman Bible Church, Laurel Plaza Community Room, 300 Laurel Lane Sunday services are 9 30 a rn Saturday night Bible Study at 411 Windsor in Northwoods at 7:30 p.m. Bible Baptist Church, i?35 Ervenbarg Ave Sunday school IO a m.; worship 11 a m and 7 p m , Wednesday service 7:30 p.m. Calvary Baptist Church, 2386 W San Antonio St Sunday School 10 a rn . worship 11 a m and 6 pm.. Wednesday service 7 pm. Christ Presbyterian Church (Presbyterian Church in America), BBS Loop 337 at Common Siree: Sunday School 9 45 a m., Worthy 11 ■ rn Christ the King Confessional Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod), 142 Comal Ave Sunday School a: 9 a m Worship at 10:30 a rn Church of Christ, 1065 Highway Bi W Bibi* classes tor all. S am. worship 10 a m . evening worship and children's Bibi* hour 6 p m., Wed nesday castes 7pm Nursery available. Church et Christ (Northetde), 1130 FM 306 Sunday B<bi* classes 9 30 am; worship 10 30 a rn and 6 p.m., Wednesday Bibi* classes 7 p.rn Church of Christ, 174 West End St BiOie study at9 26a.m.andSp m Sunday and 7p m Wed nesday Worship is at 13 30 a.rn and 6pm Sunday Call 625-10B* or 648-1734 (or information Church af Christ, 366 Lands Street. Suit* J. Bidi* class 9 am. Wo*snip 10 a m and 6pm Sunday. Bible class 7 p.rn Wednesday Church et Beau* Christ of Latter-Day taints, 1390 Hanz Road Sunday School and Primary 10am, Priesthood Relist Sooety 10:55 a rn.; Sacrament Meeting 11 SO a rn Crees Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod), South Hickory and Cross Streets Sunday school 915 a rn.; wo'sri ip I and 10 30 am Last eld* Bapt tai Church. 963 Holly Si Sunday school 9 45 a rn and worship 11 a m arid 6 p rn Wednesday prayer meeting 6 pm Faith United Church of Christ, 970 Loop 337 Church school 9 16. worship 10:30 a rn Fellowship Bibi* Church, Sotms and Morning side Sunday school 9 46am worship 11 am and 6 p m Firs* Assembly et Qed. 166/ U S 91 West Sunday achoo 9 46 am . worship 10 30 a rn and 6 pm . Wednesday service 7 p m Fir* Bapt let Church, 733 Cross Si Sunday school 9:30 arn worship 10.46 •.rn and 7 pm ; Wednesday dinner 6 30 pm Bibi* study and prayer serve* 6 16 Ftrel Church of Chn*! Scientist 1371 Mill St. Sunday service IO.30 am, Sunday school 10 30 am ; Wednesday service 7 30 p rn Child car* available First Church af lh* Naaarana 1466 intel sis ie 35 East Sunday school 9 46 am wo ship 10 BO a m and 6 p m First Mesiean Bapt ie*, 2080 W San Antonio St Sunday school 9.46 a rn . worship 10 60 and 6 pm . Wednesday prayer service 7 pm First Presbyterian Church 272 8 Krueger Sunday school 9.46 a rn . fellowship 10 30 a rn . worship 11 a m and 7 pm First Protestant Unitsd Church of Christ, Seguin and Coll Streets Worship 8 and 10:30 a rn ; church school 9 a rn. First Spanleh Assembly of God Church, 1944 US 61 at Reach Street Sunday School 9:45 am Worship services IO 45 a rn and 6 30 p rn Weonetday 6 30 pm First United Methodist Church, 572 W. San Antonio Sunday school 9 30 a rn ; worship 1C 50 a.m.. youth aetites 5-7 p.m. Fraadom Fellowship Church and School, 330 Hackberry, Sunday services 10 am. to noon, nursery and children's Church Wednesday family mootings in homes Call 625-1286 Oatharlng et th# Remnant Church, 419 Enchantment Sunday worship at 10 am and 7 p m ; Tuesday and Thursday at 7 p.m. Harmony Baptist Church, 1472 Texas 46 S Sunday tcnool 9.45 a m.; Sunday worship 11 a rn and 7pm, Church training 6pm.; Wednes day prayer meeting 7 p.rn Holy Family Catholic Church, 245 S. Hidalgo Saturday Mass 5 pm.; Sunday Mass 8 im (Spavin) 10 am Hosanna Baptist Church; 626 Mat bar (bilingual) Sunday School 9am. Sunday worship 10 a rn anc 6pm. Wednesday Prayer Service 7 p rn Iglesia Bethel Pentecost# 385 Grape St Saturday. Sunday and Wednesday 7 p.m.; Sunday school 10 a m Monday prayer meeting 7:30 pm Iglesia do Cristo, 117 E Zipp Bible data 6 a rn . Service 9 a rn Sunday. Bibi* class 7:30 p rn Wednesday Lakeside Baptist Church, FM 726 Sunday school 9 45 a rn., worship 11 a rn and 7 pm ; Wednesday Bible study and prayer meeting 7 pm Live Oek Baptist. 335 Washington. Sunday school 9 46 a m . worship 11 a rn.. Baptist Training Limon (2nd and 4th Sunday) 4 p m , Brotherhood and Missionary Society Wednesday 5 30 pm; prayer service and Bible Study Wednesday 6 30 pm . choir rehearsal Wednesday lpm Living Word Church, 1264 U S 91 E Sunday worship 10 a rn and 7pm, Wednesday service 7 pm, M lesion Porn acost* Church, 129 School St Services Tuesday Thursday. Saturday and Sunday 7:30 pm Mission Valley Bibi* Church, 996 Mission Hills Drive (NOGA) Christian Education 9 16-10:16 am Worship strvics 10 30 11:46 am 629 9101 New Braunfels Christian Church, Loop 337 Sunday school 9:30 am.; worship 10:30 am and 6 pm.; jumor church 10 30 am New Braunfels tar Chria* meats each T uesday and Sunday at 6 30 p rn ai 330 Hackberry Pas tor a Gilbert Terras and assistant pastor « Ernest Moreno Torres invites persons who ars hooked on drugs or alcohol, att*. arad of hemp abused or neglected depressed or unemployed r "att the aery aes Maw Braunfels Fowrsgwars Osage! Church, one touhh mtfe (rom Interstate 36 on FM 306 Bunder school 10 •rn ; worship 11 *.m ; Wed nesday worship 7 pm New Braunfels Prsebytarian Church, 373 Howard Church school 9 30 a rn worship 8 30 8 11 am Nursery provided New Braunfels Ssvsnth Day Advsntist Church, 2990 W San Antonio St Sabbath School at 10:40 a rn Saturday Worship at 9:30 am. Saturday. Lit# Assambly, full gospel, Oasis Street near K-Bob's. Sunday School at 10 a rn.; worship 11 am. and 6 pm Sunday and 7 p.m. Wednesday Oakwaad Baptist Church, 2i54 Loop 337 North. Bibi* study 9 30 a rn ; worship 10 45 a rn. and 7 p.m.; Wednesday prayer service 7 p m. Our Lady et Perpetual Help Church, 138 W. Austin Mosses 5 30 p m Saturday and 8 and 11 a rn and 6pm Sunday Pose# Lutheran Church, SICA, Memorial Primary on County Line Road Sunday services at 9:30 am 620-0616 Reorganised Church of Jesus Christ al Latter-Day Saints, 1138 Dunlap Drive. Church school 9 45 a m ; worship 11 a rn. Second Baptist Church, 243 Marnwaathar Sunday achoo19 45 am; worship 11 am. and 7 p m . church training 6 p m.. Wednesday service 7:30 pm Bt. John s Episcopal Church, 312 S Guenther Holy Eucharist 6am; Christian education 9 30 am . Holly Eucharist 10 30 am Bt Josephs Church (American Episcopal Church), 446 N Seguin Worship sonnc* 1926 prayer boo* Holy Eucharist first and third Sundays at ii am .Sunday School 11 am;Thursday B bl* study 7pm Bt Paul Lutheran Church (ELCA), Cross and Santa Clara Susan Worship eervto* I a.m. (broadcast on KNOT Radio FM 92), 10:30 a.m. and 6 p rn Sundays Sunday school 9:16 arn. Sis Peter and Paul Catholic Church, 366 N Casten Saturday Mass 7 p m . Sunday Masses 8 30. 9 45 and 11 15 am. No evening mass through Friday Tree at LH* Fellowship, 652 N Loop 337 Sunday services (including Chadron'# Church) ai 830 am. and 10:30 am. Sunday evening aer-vice (and ChSdran's Church) pi 7 p m Ladle* Bibl* Study at 10 am. Wednesday Pastor’s Mite study and Youth Meeting at 7 pm. Wednesday United Pant acost Church (UPC.) 104 Melody Lane. Sunday celebration of praise 2 p.m., Bibi* Study and Children's Church 7:30 p m Area Bracken Linked Methodist Church, FM 2252 Sunday school 9 30 am . church sanrios IO 46 am, Bulverde Baptist Church, P.O Boa 43 Sunday school9 30 a rn .worship 10.46a rn and 7p m; Christian training 6 p m Wednesday serv e* 7 pm Bulverde United Methodist Church, U S 2B1 1 North and Cibolo Creak Sunday school 9 30 arn ; church service 10:46 am Canyon Lake Presbyterian Church, Shepherd HSI. 4314 FM3673 (Hallway between Barter and StartzvSfe) Sunday Bahoo! 9 30 tm , Worship 11 em 964 2427 Canyon Lek* Linked Methodist Church, Flints ion* Drive, Canyon Lake Moon* Horn* Eats tea Early worship sonnc* 9 30 am , Sunday school 9 46 a m. worship 11 am Chaps) in th# Cav* (interdenominational), Cypress Cove Addition Sunday School 9 a rn Worship 9 am 986 4063 Church al Chria!, FM 3169 and 2673 Bibl# clast 10 am . Sunday worship 11 a m and 6 pm Wednesday aennot 7 p m Church In the Valley (interdenominational) FM 306 and River Road (at Canyon Qty). Sunday school 9:15 a.m.; worship 8 and 1030 am.; Wednesday Bibi* study 7 p.m. Church In th* Wildwood (Assembly of God). FM 2673. The Oaks Sunday school 10 a m.; worship 10 50 a rn. and 6 30 p m. Covsnant Baptist Church, Duck Blind Lounge at Forest Waters Country Club in Garden Ridge. Sunday School 9 45 am, Coffee 10 30 am.; Worship 11 a m. Sunday Cran#* Mill Baptlat Church, FM 2673 at Start-zvill* Sunday Bible study 9 30 a rn.; worship 10:45 a m. and 6 30 p.m.; Wednesday Bibl* study and prayer 7:30 pm. Nursery provided. Friedens United Church of Christ Geronimo. Church school 9 a rn.; worship service 10:15 • rn. First Baptist Church of Canyon Leks, in Horseshoe Fails Estates Sunday school 9 30 a rn.; worship 10 40 a rn and 6 pm. Nursery provided. Fischer Baptist Mission meats at th* Fischer Store School Community Center for Sunday School st 9 45 a rn. and for Sunday worship at 10 45 am and 7 p.m. Call 936-2632 for information Oathsemane Baptist Church, Startzvitfe Community Conter. Sunday school 10 am.; worship 11 a m and 7 p rn.; Wednesday worship 7 p m Rock Hill Oospal Faith Cantor, 602 intarattat* 35 south of New Braunfels, behind the rest area Sunday school 9 30 am, worship 10:16 and 6 30 p m ; Tuesday night 7 30 pm.; Saturday night roguiar service 7 30 pm. Southlake Baptist Church (BBC), 77 FM 3169 across (rom th# Guadalupe Valley T alap hon# Co op Sunday Bibi* study for all agas 9:30 a rn ; worship 11 am, discipleship training 6 pm; Wednesday prayer, pres* and worship 7 30 pm Nursery provided St Andrew Lutheran Church (ELCA), FM 2673 east of Sisrt/viife Worship 10:15 a m.; communion first Sunday Sunday School. 9 a rn St Francis By-The-Lak# Episcopal Church, 14 miles west of Interstate 35 on FM 306, PO Boa 2031, Canyon Lake Holy Eucharist and Sunday School 10 am Bl. John1* Mission Church, Our Lady of Perpetual Help mission) Hunter Sunday Mass V JU am St Paul Lutheran Church af Bulverde FM 1863 at US 261. Sunday schools 16* rn worship lam and 10 30 am, Bt Paul United Church af Christ, South Mom and FM 79. Cibolo Church school and worship ai 10 am Bt Thomas Catholic Church Oust below Canyon Dam) Saturday Mass ai 6 p rn .; Sunday at 9 30 am and 11 30 am Triumphant Lutheran Church, Bai Cav* Road ai Schoenthal Road (Garden Ridge) Sunday School tor an agos. 146 a rn , Worship IO a rn 661 9090. Unity Carder af Practical Christianity In Ban Maroa*, 222 San Antonio ti Sunday worship 11 a rn , Wednesday study group, 7 lo I 30 p rn 392 6199 Unity Church al Ban Antonio, 1723 Lawndale ok Broadway Sunday service nam; Sunday youth education 11 am; Wednesday class 7 pm ; Dial O Prayer 924 6222 IS? THE PORTER COMPANY 1620 S. Seguin    625-8577 •We Guarantee our Work S Parts’ 1474 S. Seguin Av#.    C20-7000 625-I929fed&h ftokmk* Custom Framing • Local Artwork 618 S. SeguinWAL-MART 629-9121 IH 35 & Walnut (IvJ WALNUT PHARMACY MI N. WALNUT NCW MAU NEELS. TEXAS UDO puces: SZI Sill    Owner:    tim    C.    Millerygelh Z SFUN 'cr FL 'NtKAL HOME 819 LANDA 825-2349 mw BAAwMHI *1 tl'M 625 6011 I AUM BUM AU Farm Bureau Insurance Will Laubach Complete Insurance Service LHa • Auto • Home 1105 Elkel 625-6924 OPEN AT UiOO AM torte District 625 0664 625-8017    1051    I-35    F et Longhorn Grill 10)0 Hwy ll Can 620-1344 Worship at the church of your choice. See our church listing above for locations and service times. ;