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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Bakersfield, California T i i t it a i it i m m t a h a to j 111 a it f 11 of i Lff 11 11 f it i in it Church news in Brief a reformation drugs and Christian responsibility Mil be the Sermon for 9 and la . Reformation sunday services in Messiah lutheran Church 1900 Baker Street. The Rev. Paul Friedmann Field director for the narcotic educational foundation of America will be special guest from los Angeles where the foundation has been producing films and publishing literature for National distribution the past 25 years. A film will be shown adults and youth in grades five through High school and College during the to . Church school followed by an informal discussion on the dangers of drugs. A a reformation Day will be celebrated of redeemer lutheran Church with an la . Worship service featuring a Sermon by pastor Louis Fabrizius titled a if the lord is god. Then worship the senior choir directed by mrs. Wanda Jensen will sing a come blessed a potluck supper for members will be held at 6 . Followed by the election of officers for 1971. It will be a laymen s sunday at oar Savior s lutheran Church 3000 Sterling Road according to the Rev. Fred. D. Dummer pastor. Two groups of laity will develop the worship theme a a common Faith. A common commitment for the services at 8 30 and 10 30 at 6.30 . A family Fellowship festival feast will feature a program entitled a Mountaintop a a an amazing confession Quot i Tim. 1 12-17 will be the Sermon subject of or. L. W. Faulstick in the la of clock service at Grace lutheran Church 26th and Drake streets. The ladies Guild will serve Coffee immediately after the service. A a Bakersfield mennonite Brethren Church 2323 my Vernon will be a oriented to the Orient in the 7 . Service. Four Young people of the Church Myra Hins. Rod Heinrichs Diane Jost and Gary Steinert. Travelled to Japan last August under auspices of the mennonite Brethren Board of missions services. They were part of a group of 40 Young people from mennonite Brethren churches who were led by Roy just president of Tabor College and Rudy Bosch of Canada. The Young people will show pictures and report on what they saw and experienced in Japan during several Days at expo-70, where they worked with mennonite Brethren missionaries and japanese Church leaders. They participated in handing our literature personal witnessing and in Church services. During the 9 30 . Worship. Pastor Louis Paul Lehman will speak on a Why a working Man should be a a a Tough Faith is the reformation sunday Sermon topic selected by the Rev. Kenneth Cragg of North Minster presbyterian can Reb. 3700 Union Avenue for the 9 30 . Worship. The Chancel choir under the direction of mrs. Don Hockett will sing a Jesu priceless mrs. Basil Indermill will be at the Organ. Greeters Are or. And mrs. Lawrence Ruby. Coffee will be served by the Clipper mariners following the service. The adult Bible study group led by pastor Cragg. Will meet at 7 . Also meeting at 7 . Will be the senior High Fellowship to plan a halloween party. At 9 and la . Services in first presbyterian Church 17th and h streets or. Glenn d. Puder will speak on a the inexhaustible Supply of god a the third in a Sermon series on a Christian a the hour of renewal at 7 will present Ray Hildebrand associate director of the Fellowship of Christian athletes speaker composer and Singer whose records have sold into the hundreds of thousands. Hildebrand who will be introduced by Henry Wells member of first presbyterian ministerial staff who also is a member of the f.c.a., will present a special program of his music As Well As speak. A a mrs. Glenn Puder will talk on a spiritual Aid for Healing the sick a a topic postponed from last sunday at the order of St. Luke first presbyterian Church 17th and h streets. The interdenominational meeting begins at 5 . A a a a spa a done available and based on the 51st psalm will be the Sermon tomorrow by pastor Charles Wilkinson at Chester Avenue Baptist Church. 1509 South Chester. De English will direct the choir in singing a breathe on me. Breathe of the study of the Book of St. Mark will be continued in the 6 o clock service led by mrs. Peyton Ford a baptismal service will follow at 7 and the pastor will discuss the first la verses of St. Mark. A a a a lost veneration is the theme pastor c. M. Dickau has chosen for the la a in. Sermon at Belle View Baptist Church 917 Shalimar drive. At the 6 . Service the pastor s Sermon will be a the Trinity at a a at be re an Baptist Church Independent 3327 Pioneer drive pastor Norman c. Gun will preach on a missing from heaven at the la . Worship. A the old testament Law of Moses and Why it was will be the theme for the 7 pm evangelistic service. All of the offerings of the Day will go towards the Purchase of the new upholstered pews Winch have been ordered for the Church auditorium. A a a the Rev. Gordon Gilbert will return to the pulpit of University Baptist Church 2515 Church Avenue for the la . Worship. Hts Sermon will Deal with a How satan saps the the Chapel choir will sing under the direction of Don Ixia and accompanied by Elaine Kouches at the Organ. The Alpha teens and Omega youth groups will meet at 6 . The evening service at 7 will Center on a soul winning a agony or ecstacy a it will be the second in the series of the personal evangelism seminar. A the Rev. J. L. Kephart s Sermon for la . At town and country Baptist Church. Wee Patch Highway and Smith Road will be a the hardest part of being a evening worship will begin at 7 30. Nursery care will be provided at both services. A the Rev. Clyde b. Skidmore of first Souther Baptist Church. 714 Columbus Street will preach during the la . Service on a the Challenge of Calvary a Luke 23 33-43. The adult choir will sing a holy lord of at the 6 30 . Service the Sermon will be a the War to end All wars Rev. 20 1-10. The Chapel choir special is a let All the world in every Corner Planz Assembly of god 600 Plaxa Rood �?�31-4950 services sunday Setal. Is sunday warship. Uhm sunday evening. Ihm wednesday. 7 30 Famiie night Faith Tabernacle Assembly of god 529 Crawford Street revival starts tues., oct. 27th 7 30 . Nightly guest speaker Keith Miller of Colorado pastor Vestus Smith Kuth Uhlir Bethel missionary Baptist Church has moved from latent to the foresters Hall 328 Eye Street Bakersfield pastor j. W. Collum announces. Sunday school classes will begin at 9 45 . Followed by worship at la . Evening worship will be at i . Tomorrow. Midweek service will be at 7 . Wednesday. A the Rev. Jack Peacock s 10 45 , talk will be a love a a Many Splendore things John 3 16 at Calvary Bible Church Monterey and King streets. Hon and Ruth beams will sing a duet. Pat Coday will Lead the responsive Reading. A tile Power of god Luke 24 will be the pastor s Sermon for 7 . Warship. A halloween fun time will follow for High school College and career classes at the Home of Chuck and bilk to Hill. 3129 galenites. Egg a there i stand will be the Rev. Richard Corsons reformation Day Sermon at Bethany United methodist Church la Iglesia Meto dista. It will be the first of a three part series dealing with Faith Hope and love the three key gifts pointed to by Paul the apostle. A voice choir will interpret the scrip Tural basis for the Sermon with the congregation joining in singing of favorite hymns to the accompaniment of guitar music. Services at Bethany Are bilingual English and Spanish. Egg St. Mark s United methodist Church. 1510 Mccray will observe youth sunday at la . Services. Rev. D. V. C. Blacks Sermon topic will be a the Early Church and youths participating will be Paula Hogan Pati Hogan. Kelly Besst Jan Ricksford Chris b e n z e i Karen Gereghty and Carol Sweet. The choir will sing a immortal invisible under the direction of Dick Stafford a us a untangling human relations is the second in a series of sermons by or Kenneth w. Adams minister of first United methodist Church. 1701 Truxton Avenue on a handles of the Sermon will to delivered in the 9 30 and la . Services. Egg the Rev. Donald j. Zerbe s to . Sermon is entitled. A Faith and the i awesome valleys of life a at Niles and Kings Street Trinity United methodist Church. The choir will sing a Jesus walked this lonesome Coffee Fellowship will follow the topic for the 7 Fellowship will be a echoes of Crossroads 70.�?� with mrs. Ben Kellner As Leader. Egg a the Law of love a fourth in his a chalice series a will be the Sermon of the Rev. Mason d. Moore at the la am. Worship service at first Church of religious science 222 Eureka Street. Tile text is from Matt. 22 37 a thou Shalt love the lord thy god with All thy heart and with All thy Soui and All thy mind a directed by William b. Burton the choir will offer a no Man is an Island and a using Praise to Ted a a a compared by mrs. Opal Penny. Organist. How an understanding of Man s True being helps to support moral and other stun Dante will be explained at la . In first Church of Christ scientist 19th and c streets and second Church of Christ. Scientist 2825 mount Vernon Avenue. The subject of the lesson Sermon is a probation after the Golden text is from hebrews a cast not away therefore your Confidence which hath great recompense e of Reward. For be have need of patience that after be have done the will of god. Be might receive the egg a pinpointing the Unity teachings a will be the la see Church Page 6 Pir californian so Turnoy pct. 24,1970 3 Grace combines anniversary Mission fete feature Sienna Osborn my Zion program Thum three women Hare a common goal that being to become priest. They Art an qualified to be clergymen in Hie episcopal Church. The denomination does not however ordain women into its Priesthood. Lending their voices to a move to Hare the ordination rules changed at the 63rd triennial convention held in Houston wore l to i miss Suzanne Hiatt of the diocese of Pennsylvania miss Carol Anderson a chaplain in a Boston Hospital and in. Betty Schiess completing her Seminary work this year in Rochester . Unti episcopal Bishops ask overthrow of South Viet regime by George w. Cornell a ret Tiea writer Houston. Tex in episcopal Bishops have appealed to the . Government to Stop supporting the present regime in South Vietnam. They called it repressive and an apparent obstacle to peace the Bishops also urged a hah to . Bombing in Vietnam and withdrawal of All american forces by december 1971. They said the repression is directed a especially against those who seek to bring peace and includes police torture military trials inhumane prison conditions and holding of political prisoners without charges. The Bishops approved the Resolution by a vote of More than 2 to i and passed it on for action to the other Branch of the Church s governing convention. The Lay clergy House of delegates. The Resolution commended president Nixon s oct. 7 offer of a cease fire but declared South Vietnam a Thieu by regime a seems to be a hindrance to peace it urged the United states to withdraw its support and Back speedy elections arranged by a Neutral interim government under International supervision Bishop e. Lam Hanchett of Hawaii urged support for Nixon s Southeast Asia policies saying that Bishops Are a not political or military strategists and that the Resolution would a further polarize the Church a earlier departing from a centuries old tradition the Bishops approved trial permission for children to partake of the lord s supper before receiving confirmation. The change is subject to action by the House of deputies priests and laymen elected by dioceses. Earlier in the convention the Bishops approved the ordaining the women As deacons a first step toward the Priesthood and revived the Issue of their rights to become full priests and Bishops it was ordaining of a woman As a Deacon which in the mid 60s brought a rebuke to the late Bishop James Pike from the Church s Bishops themselves. As a Deacon a person is regarded in holy orders listed on the mater of clergymen with the title of reverend. A Deacon May preach teach be put in charge of a congregation and distribute communion but not consecrate the bread and wine. The action by the House of Bishops remains subject to ratification or veto by the other Branch of the 3.4-million denomination s bicameral legislative convention the Lay clergy House of deputies. The Bishops after voting to Bange the Church Laws to admit women to the diaconate also agreed to take up the question of their eligibility for the Priesthood and to be Bishops the deputies in a closely divided ballot saturday had rejected a proposal to affirm women s rights to become priests or Bishops. In approving the ordering of women As deacons the Bishops moved to Clear up the vague status of the churches women Deaconesses a about 30 of them a who have not had clergy standing. Nor was being a a deaconess a considered a stage on the Way to the Priesthood. A Deacon a a member of the clergy. Can officiate in funerals and at civil marriages but is not qualified under Church rules to pronounce the final marriage Blessing however the Rev. Phyllis Edwards ordained a Deacon in California in 1964 by the late Bishop Pike reportedly has officiated in marriage services. She is now working in the diocese of Chicago. After the late Bishop Pike ordained her the House of Bishops subsequently rebuked him for the action saying it was unilaterally improper and unauthorized and told him not to proceed with admitting her to the Priesthood. Asked if the procedure a see Bishops Page i the Rev. Robert Stuebbe pastor of Grace reformed Church Columbus and Tulare streets reports the congregation will tomorrow Combine its 25th anniversary and the annual Mission festival. The latter emphasis is the Mission work of the reformed Church in this country and in Korea. These include projects in Minot . Pierre . Hastings neb. Fort Collins colo., and Orland. Sunday s collections Are designated for this purpose. Grace reformed Church was organized As a congregation of the reformed Church in the . In 1945. The Rev. Robert Klaudt. Pastor of Ebenezer reformed Church in Shafter had also been serving a number of families in the Bakersfield area who were convinced of the reformed Faith. These families Felt a need to organize As a congregation and so the Rev. R. Klaudt became the first pastor of the Bakersfield Church. Rev. A. Stienecker served As Supply pastor until the arrival of the present pastor who has served the congregation since May 1,1951. The Rev. Jeff Duckett will be the guest speaker at la . And 2 . Services. A noon meal with mrs. Ronald Kundert in charge will be served the Church choir directed by mrs. Stuebbe and accompanied by miss Gail Brower will sing at both services. Rev. Duckett is a graduate of the Citadel has served churches in Washington and California and is presently teaching in the Public schools of Lodi members of Ebenezer reformed Church of Shafter will be the guests of Grace reformed Church for the Day. Mrs. Keith Osborn Mother of three daughters and a former English teacher at East Bakersfield High school will be the featured speaker at tomorrow s annual women a Day program at it. Zion Baptist Church 825 p Street. The theme of this year s program a a god a perfect num. Church on Taft Highway started the Bakersfield chapter of Bible study Fellowship with 60 members five years ago. She is now area director of the Fellowship supervising five classes with a total membership of More than 1,000. Coordinating women a Day activities at it. Zion Are Sisters Annie Mccloud president Irene Lewis chairman and Minnie Wilson co chairman. The pastor is the Rev. A. Dirks. Mrs. Keith Osborn Ber seven a win be presented at the la . Service by verde Mae Carter. Mrs. Osborn will speak at the 3 . Service. The closing address at 7 30 . Will be by Gloria Mcdonald. Mrs. Glenna Osborn a member of Kern Union missionary couple at Delano Assembly Delano a speaking at the first Assembly of god Church at la . Will be the Rev. And mrs. Wayne Turnbull missionaries for 18 years in the dominican Republic and Uruguay. Rev. Turnbull was graduated from the Southern California College in Costa Mesa and did graduate work at the University of Redlands. His program will include slides curios Indian Ware and costumes. More Church news Page 6 Frazier Park Church holds treasure Hunt Frazier Park Faith at work is the Sermon chosen by the Rev. Burt Van for la a in. Service at Frazier Park Community Baptist Church 317 Pomona Trail. A treasure Hunt with an All Church participation. Will begin at 3 . At the Church. Following the treasure Hunt. Rev. Van will deliver an inspirational message and refreshments will be served. Ai a soon hews 2801 Hughes 4 mocks South of Valley Maza attention parents we will help you with your kids l. Wayn Quinn Paston sunday school rally Day Welcome All friends Moi Church or the Unarene 2801 Hughes Eastside Christian Church 1306 Patent re. Jock a May minister sunday Claus far Alf of go 9 45 morning warship.11 00 watch Kev Ivil fires Quot sunday 9 my. Owl 17 Quot Tho end of your san Reb for a Friendly Church Quot you of invited to a gospel meeting presented by the Church of Christ which meets at 5300 Pioneer dr., Bakersfield Calif. Time a. Oct. 26th thru nov. 1st. Ivan Ings 7 30, sunday 10 45 .-6 30 . Speaker a a a a a or. Clyde Wilson Santo Clara Calpurnia come and hear the gospel of Christ proclaimed in its purity. We have nothing to offer but the truth. The lard said a came new. And let As reason together. Isa. 1 18 wont you accept this invitation Assembly of god Oil Dale the Sanctuary Chom will present them Harvest festival. An entire evening of Beautiful music. Lee Robins recording artist will be the featured soloist. Avenue g. P. Mown pastor revival services ims., of. It thru son., not. Isl featuring evangelist cuff Meeks my the Meeks family of Houston taxes nightly at 7 30 Emmel Assembly of my 3000 Ming a. 3tt-41i7 attend the Church of your Choice sunday. And then meet your friends at Wyatt s for our special dinner is cafeteria Valley Plaza next to soars across from pay Laos r t i t a a i t a i i i a in f what does the Bible teach about Faith John 3.16 is no doubt the most misinterpreted and the most might con it trued of any passage in the entire Bible. Many religious orders hold on to it As a a one passage we of the Church of Christ know that the Bible does not contradict itself hence this passage must be harmonized with All other scriptures. Lets take a look at it. From the Start of the verse Down to the first j comma there is a a whosoever Beli Eveth in him should not perish a. This scripture does not say will not or 11 shall not perish of i have a headache and take an j asprin the ache should go away not definite but May j be. The greek Interlinear new testament George Ricker i Berry pad. Renders it a May not perish but May have eternal Faith wily is used but once in the new testament and that is in James 2 24 and it says a a not i by Faith it is often repeated that Abraham was s justified by Faith. However it was not by Faith a a Only. He had Active Faith one which moved him to obey. J James 2 21,22. The Bible teaches that Faith without i obedience will not please god. And is a dead Faith James j 2 17-24. Whether ifs obedience in Faith or confession j repentance or baptism All must be consummated in i obedience Luke 6 46. Abrahams Faith was an Active Faith for it moved him to leave All and go into the land that god would give to him. Also his Faith moved him to offer his son is amp acas a sacrifice to god As god had commanded him. Gen. 22 11-14 James 2 17-20. As Beautiful As the passage of John 3 16 is done to rest your salvation on it alone. Blend it in with other passages of scriptures that Are essential to one s salvation. And discover what god would have you do. No one will Ever reap eternal life by simply believing in Jesus Christ. By Bob Tatum if any one has any questions or would like More information please write to the Church of Christ 859 Minter ave., Shafter. California. 4

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