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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 18, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeituna n Fridav April n 9A Religion Briefs Worlds largest cathedral Installs new dean NEW YORK AP A businessmanturnedEpiscopal priest is the new dean of the Cathedral of John the Divine the worlds largest cathedral The Rev Dr Harry Pritchett 61 was installed Saturday as the eighth dean 6f the 105yearold church He succeeds the Very Rev James Parks Morton who retired after 25 years Prior to his appointment Pritchett served as rector of All Saints Episcopal Church in Atlanta Pritchett a native of Tuscaloosa graduated from the University v of Alabama After a stint in the Army he returned to Alabama to work in his familys insurance and realestate brokerage firm Pritchetts focus turned from business to religion in the early 1960s and he earned a master of divinity degree from the Virginia Theological Seminary in 1964 He added a doctor of divinity degree from Center College in Danforth in 1981 Pritchett was rector of churches in Birmingham and Huntsville prior to his work in Atlanta Fund to rebuild torched black churches started ATLANTA The nations largest black church association has deposited two checks in two Atlanta bdnks beginning a national campaign to raise money to rebuild burned churches The Congress of National Black Churches Inc presented the checks to Citizens Trust Bank and Capital City Bank Bank customers and others will raise money to match the deposits In January the association announced a million campaign to rebuild burned churches using fireretardant materials The group received a million grant from the Indianapolisbased Lilly Foundation Religious relic taken during war on its way home RANKIN Pa AP During the Korean War Air Force Staff Sgt Jack Kudla salvaged a sacred burial shroud from the rubble of a out Russian Orthodox church in Seoul Four decades later Kudla a devout member of a Russian Orthodox church in Pennsylvania joined about 70 other worshipers to return the religious relic to the rebuilt St Nicholas Cathedral in the capital city of South Korea As he explored the church ruins in the fall of 1951 Kudla found a wooden cabinet behind the altar and pulled out a 15pound velvet tapestry the kind used in Easter rituals Fearing the shroud would be destroyed he mailed the purpleand gold tapestry to his suburban Pittsburgh church for safekeeping Kudla 69 a retired foreman of a tool factory was located following a dogged Internet search started by the congregation in South Korea Now the shroud is on its way back home Singers help preserve Sacred Harp hymns BARNESVILLE Ga AP A group of Georgia singers is helping preserve oldfashioned Sacred Harp hymn singing performing in the rhythmic a cappella style at churches across the state Its kind of strange to 20th century says Raymond Hamrick a Sacred Harp singer from Macon Its medieval in The groups members performed recently at the Liberty Hill Primitive Baptist Church Liberty Hill is unique because its last members died a few years ago The local historical society maintains the church just for the singers who perform there once a year In Sacred Harp singing the singers sit in a hollow square facing inward Trebles altos tenors and basses each make up a side of the square The melody is always sung by the tenors and women and men sing both the alto and treble parts Singer takes turns leading giving the songs pitch and swinging a hand to count time Singers in the square reflect that movement with their own hands and their softly stomping feet plan hunger strike to protest chain gangs DENTON Md AP When the Rev Charles Cephas learned that Queen Annes County planned to start prison chain gangs this month he immediately envisioned black slaves in leg irons When I think of slavery the first thing that comes to my mind is the chain and the he says So Cephas a black Pentecostal preacher at the Full Gospel Church of God in Denton is organizing a 30 day rolling hunger strike in which different volunteers will refuse food and water for two days to protest the plan to shackle prisoners together during work details Cephas plans to go first camping at the detention center parking lot during his fast He will be replaced by other volunteers from several churches in the area I Advertise on our church page Call 6259144 FERGUSON HERMES INSURANCE AGENCY SINCE 1932 6254500 ANTONIO Porter Graphics Your business could be here Call 6259144 for more Information UEBONNET 315 N SEQUIN NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130 HUNTER JUNCTION Gruenes Original TShirt Shop Since 1981 1254GrueneRd Gruene Texas 78130 Your business could be here Call 6259144 for more Information Texas 1M Commerce Bonk Working For Your Success Member FDIC WILD CAR Solms Exit 183 New Braunfels TX 6091000 Your business could be here Call 6259144 for more Information HEB 651 S Walnut 6080017 Service Center Automotive Repairs 211 Hwy 81 E 6291072 Express Your Love with vnt 146 North Castell 6255522 1HI COUNTY OFFICE EOIUPMENT 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BECKER MOTOR CO FIBERGLASS WORK DOMESTIC A FOREIGN INSURANCE CLAIMS WELCOME 547 S SEGUIN Your business could be here Call 6259144 for more Information Vilons Smith Owiwr GOLDEN EAGLE PRINTING Cornpltlt Lint 8631 III 35 Wtsl AW Draunfels TX 78130 Wnln i Center NOW OPEN DAILY AT 11AM Gruene Historic District 6250684 Joes FUHFOODSPIRITS Oasis SAMS CLEANERS Dry Cleaning Laundry Alterations Monogramming Leathers Furs 274 Trade Center Dr 275 Landa St in ike tfie Oft uou to in section please 6259144 Allen Chapel Church 255 Commerce 3331352 Res Rev Bobby Lewis Pastor Sunday School am Morning Service 11 am feerean Bible Church 889 Landa St Sunday services 10 and Wed Mens class at 8 Saturday 6205102 Calvary Independent Baptist Church 2286 W San Antonio St Sun Sun Worship Junior Youth Bible Christ Presbyterian Church Christ centered Bible believing Presbyterian Church in America 1620 Common Sunday school Worship service Wednesday 6290405 Church of Christ 1665 Highway 81 W Bible classes for all 9 worship 10 evening worship Wed classes for all ages Nursery available Church of Christ 117 E Zipp Rd 6200055 Preacher Mark Reeves Sun and Wed 7pm Community Christian Church 1750 Old McQueeney Road New Braunfels Tx 78130 6207174 Office Mr Dee Armes Pastor Services Sunday School Worship Wednesday night Nursery provided Cross Lutheran Church Missouri South Hickory and Cross Streets Sunday school worship 8 and Dayspring Christian Fellowship 1895 S Walnut Sunday School Sunday Worship Wednesday evening service Wesleyan denomination Eastside Baptist Church 983 Holly at corner of Ridgewood Sunday school Sunday services and evening Wednesday evening Pastor Wilburn Taylor 6250718 ECK Worship Service Norwest Bank Meeting Room at corner of Walnut ana Howard Streets Meeting Room is located in the annex at the left of the bank i Sunday April 20 1997 11 am noon i Faith United Church 970 Loop 337 6256761 Sunday Worship Sunday schoolall ages am Pastor Lee Zillman I Youth Faith Extravaganza 2nd Saturday of each month 1pm Fellowship Bible Church Solms Rd IH 35 6290607 am 11 am 6 pm Sunday First Assembly of God 1687 81 West Sunday school 945 worship and 6 Wednesday service 7 First Baptist Church 733 Cross St Sunday school worship and 7 Wednesday dinner Bible study and prayer service First Church of Christ Scientist 137 E Mill St Sunday service Sunday school Wednesday service Child care available First Church of the Nazarene 1465 135 East Sunday service worship and 6 First Protestant Church located on the corner of Seguin and Coll streets one block from downtown plaza Sunday Worship and AM Sunday School Classes AM Breakfast at The First Youth Activities call 6097729 Ext 36 Wednesday PRIME TIME Bible studies seminarsFor Your Intercession Prayer Groups Wed AM Tues PM Adult activities child care provided First United Methodist Church 572 W San Antonio Street Sunday Worship Sunday School Youth Activities Freedom Fellowship Church 330 S Hackberry 6251288 Pastor Dennis Gallaher Sun Worship Sun Bible Study Wed night home ministries Foursquare Gospel 430 FM306 Pastor Fred McMichael Sun School 10am Sun Worship 11am Wed 7pm Greater Life United Pentecostal Church 134 Enchantment Lane off FM 725 Pastor Jack Dool Sunday services and Wednesday For more information call 6091325 Harmony Baptist Church 1472 Hwy 46 S Bible study at Sunday Worship 6 Wednesday Prayer Bible Study at 7 Holy Family Catholic Church 245 S Hidalgo 6095320 8am Spanisn Wed Sam English Fri Sam Sat 1pm Sun Sam Spanish and 10am alher James Wasser Lakeside Baptist Church FM 725 Sunday school worship 11 Wednesday Bible study and prayer meeting 7 worship ministry ana home groups Life Christian Center temporarily meeting at the Gymnastics 1437 S Walnut New Braunfels Sundays 10 Thursdays Pastor Don Dalton 620LIFE New Braunfels Christian Church 734 Loop 337 Sunday School for all ages Worship Celebration and Junior Church Nursery provided Youth groups adult Bible study A non denominational fellowship 629 2202 Pastor Rick Bartlett 608 0330 New Braunfels Presbyterian Church 373 Howard Worship Sunday school worship 11 nursery provided New Braunfels Seventh Day Adventist Church 2990 W San Antonio St Box 311551 Sabbath school Saturday worship Saturday 6295673 Oakwood Baptist Church 2154 Loop 6250267 Sundays Si 15am Sun Bible Wed Pastor Ray Still Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church 138 W Austin Masses Saturday and 8 and 11 Sunday Monday through Friday Masses 6 Wed 8 Peace Lutheran Church 1147 S Walnut Worship and am Sunday School am Pastor David Schulte 6200618 New Life Fellowship Church 104 Melody Lane New Braunfels 78130 mi south of 135 on FM 725 behind SacnPac 210 6065527 Worship Sundays 10 am Wednesdays pm Resurrection Baptist Church 909 FM 1518 6580459 Second Baptist Church 273 Merriweather St Sunday School Sunday Sunday Pastor William Kaberle St Johns Episcopal Church 312 S Guenther Holy Eucharist Rite One Rite Two at and Sunday School Adults Only Sunday School All Ages St Josephs Anglican Church 446 N Seguin Sun 8 Holy Communion 11 3rd Sundays Holy Communion 2nd 4th Sundays Morning Prayer Church School Sundays St Paul Lutheran Church Cross and Santa Clara Streets Sunday worship 8 broadcast on KNBT radio FM Sunday school Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church 386 N Castell 625 4531 Monsignor Eugene OCallaghan Mass Sat 5pm Sun Sam Tree of Life Fellowship 652 N Loop 337 Sunday services including childrens church at and and 7 ladies Bible study 10 Wednesday Pastors Bible study and Youth Meeting 7 Wednesday The Unitarian Uniyersalists of Comal County will meet on Wednesday at the Faith United Church of Christ 970 N Loop 337 at pm 6294262 Public invited Unity Church of New Braunfels Sunday Service at the Senior Citizens Center at 655 Landa St Victory Temple Church 608 1300 1121 Oasis New Braunfels Pentecostal Church of God Pastor Donald Beard Sunday worship and Sunday School 10am and 6pm Wed 7pm AREA Bracken United Methodist Church 20377 FM 2252 Sunday school Church services and UMYF Sunday 5 Church of Christ FM 3159 and 2673 Bible class 10 Sunday worship 11 and 6 Wednesday service 7 899 7077 St Andrew Lutheran Church 7420 FM 2673 1 mi E of Startzville Sun Service 8 Church School 9 Worship Holy Communion 1st 3rd Sundays Nursery provided 9 St Francis By the Lake Episcopal Church FM 306 at Spring Mountain Drive Canyon Lake Sunday Holy Eucharist 8 and Sunday School for adults and children Wednesday Bible Study and Holy Eucharist The Rev John D Badders Rector 964 3820 Unity Center of Practical Christianity in San Marcos 16870 No State Hwy 123 5 miles from 204 towards San Marcos TX 78666 Sunday Bible class 11am worship Tuesday 11am prayer service 512 392 5199 DialAPrayen 512396 LIFE Sondra Von Gyllenband spiritual leader Call for weekly class schedule
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