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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 30, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 6-Bennington Banner saturday july 30, 1966 Bennington area Church events second congregational c Hurc h 9 30 . A worship service with Sermon a voice of prophecy a what kind of a voice is that a and selections from the Book of Amos As scripture Reading. Nursery provided. First Church of Christ scientist 9 . A the Bible Speaks to you on Watn. La . A lessons Sermon service sunday school. 7 30 . A wednesday service. Reading room on second floor of hotel Putnam open daily 2-5 ., except sundays and holidays and 7-9 ., fridays. 11 love is the subject of the lesson Sermon to be read in All Christian science churches this sunday. The Golden text is from the first epistle of John a god is love and he that dwell eth in love dwell eth in god and god in related passages to be read from the denominational textbook a science and health with key to the scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy include the following lines a whatever holds human thought in line with unsolved love receives directly the divine Power. Hold perpetually this thought a that it is the spiritual idea the holy ghost and Christ which enables you to demonstrate with scientific certainty the Rule of Healing based upon world of religion its divine principle love underlying overlying and encompassing All True missionary Alliance 9 45 . A Bible school with classes for All Ages la . A morning worship service. The Rev. Richard Lenehan will minister. 7 30 . A evening evangelistic service of testimony song and a message from gods word. Wednesday a 7 30 . A prayer meeting and Bible study conducted by Rick Lenehan with Margaret Hill giving the Bible study. Church of Christ to . A Ages with adult studying a life of Christ the Blind Many a eyes opened a taught by Elmer Patterson summer guest teacher la . A the lords supper will be observed and Sermon delivered by Charles Chandler minister. 7 30 . A evening service with a Praise be the lord As the lesson. Tuesday a to . A Watn radio presents a How to study the Bible getting wednesday a 7 . A a Herald of truth pm Channel 13. 7 30 . A mid week Bible classes and devotional with a Christ and his plan for Many the topic of discussion in adult class. Saturday a 10 00 . A a to do and to teach is the topic for Watn radio. First Church of god 10 00 . A morning worship with Sermon a have you had a Gethsemane a 11 00 . Church school wednesday a 7 30 p. In. A midweek service. First Baptist Church 8 30 and la . A worship services conducted by the Rev. H. Glenn Payne whose Sermon topic will be a on the Side of the Organ selections by mrs. Paul Williams will include a a Galilee by Overholt a a bestial my soul by Joseph and a sortie Triumph ale by Martin. Paul Williams baritone soloist will sing a the prayer perfect at the la . Service which will also include the special service of the dedication of Little children. Nursery care provided at both services. 9 30 . A Church school with expanded session during la . Church service for grades 1-3. 5 . A cookout at parsonage for Church school teachers and members of Board of Christian education followed by planning session for years Church school program. Monday thursday to . A Church school Day Camp with those planning to attend asked to be at Church a few minutes before to. Friday a 7 . A boy scout troop 349 meets in scout room. 8 . A troop committee meets. St. Peters episcopal 7 30 and 9 15 . A celebrations of holy communion. 11 15 . A morning prayer and Sermon. Nursery care available for the two later services. Hospitality hour held on Terrace after the 11 15 service with mrs. H. W. Sanderson or. In charge. Tuesday a 7 30 . A holy communion. Thursday a 9 45 . A holy communion. Vermont soldiers Home Rev. W. Earle Forman chaplain 8 45 . A morning worship Sermon limiting god. Old first Church old Bennington la . A worship service with the Rev. Milton s. Czatt of East Northfield mass., guest pastor preaching on a a person and his mrs. John Mason will sing a Jesus Lover of my soul by Macdougall and a make a Joyful noise by Macdermid. Harold Mcdonald jr., organist will play a Largo in go by Handel and a scherzo symphony que by Guilmant. Methodist Church Sandgate 8 30 . A worship service with the Rev. Granville Green Wold delivering Sermon. First methodist Church 9 45 . A worship service in Church Sanctuary with Sermon by the Rev. Melvin r. Mcgaughey pastor on a called by Anthem will be a a Saraband from sonata in d minor by a. Corelli. Robert Nowak will play the cello and Jeff Crane will be at the Organ. Nursery care provided under the supervision of mrs. Ira Manross. Church school class for children three years through six years old. Teacher for this week will be mrs. William Ash Baugh. Tuesday a 6 . A family picnic sponsored by a pcs at Lake paran North Bennington with swimming games Etc. Those attending Are asked to bring a covered dish. The society will furnish drinks and dessert. Wednesday a 8 . A commission on education meets in Church parlor. By notes the senior High school group of the Baptist youth Fellowship has been meeting weekly throughout the summer. The meetings have been held at the Church in connection with varied plans Tor a summer program. The and in Survey shows most protestant churches too Small to support adequate ministry by Louis Cassels up religion editor the majority of . Protestant congregations Are too Small to support an adequate ministry. That is one conclusion that stands out from a report published this week by the National Council of churches. Entitled a the Church and its manpower management a the report presents statistics for 15 mainline protestant denominations. It shows that two thirds of their congregations have fewer than 400 members and a fourth of them have fewer than 200 members. Only one congregation out of eight has As Many As 1,000 people on its Rolls. Small congregations mean Small budgets. More than half of the local churches covered by the Survey Are trying to function on budgets of less than $20,000 a year. Small budgets in turn mean Small staffs. Nearly two thirds of the congregations have Only one salaried employee the Pas Tor. Only 36 per cent have a paid Sexton or janitor Only 28 per cent a Church Secretary Only 16 per cent a professional director of music and Only to per cent a religious education director. Furthermore the pastor who goes it alone in a Small Church without any staff to assist him is usually paid far less than his colleagues in larger churches. The median salary for pastors serving congregations smaller than 200 persons is about $1,500 a year less than that for pastors serving congregations larger than 500 persons. The Rev. Or. Ross p. Scherer director of ministry studies for the National Council of churches said the report Points up the need Tor protestants to do some creative re thinking of the Way their local churches Are organized and staffed. A probably no other institution leaves the deployment and compensation of its professionals to such a sporadic quixotic inefficient and inequitable system a he said. Jav have in a pocket of poverty ? people. People suffering indignity and injun an frustration. Whose concern Are they everybody a. Yours and mine. Because every Faith says the Well being of others is the business of everybody. See what can be done where you live then see that it gets done. How one place to Start is where you worship. It can become with your help a surprisingly important Center for initiating local programs and for generating encouragement for programs that already Are in action. And this is just one Way you can change things for the better in your Community the nation the world. Worship this week. Even More important put your Faith to work every Day. Religion visor for the group is Sooho Han director of Christian education. The newly elected officers for the by Are Bill Dupree president Kay Smith vice president Lloyd Killen treasurer and Ann Eddington Secretary. A softball game held at the memorial Park in june was the a kick off for the summer program. Attending the game were 38 Young people with three adults also present. Plans Tor a trip to Montreal Canada Are being made. The Date set for the trip is aug. 26-28. Activities planned for this trip should prove to be both amusing and exciting. The by will depart from Bennington at approximately 6 . Friday aug. 26, and will arrive in Montreal at noon. Those going will take a sack lunch to eat on arrival. After the group has settled in at the Motel there will be a walking tour of Montreal which will include Many of the historical sights within a 15 mile radius. That same night the tourists May go to a Wax museum or a planetarium according to individual Choice. Saturday there will be a cruise on the St. Lawrence River and also a visit to the Island of St. Helene where a medieval Castle can be explored or swimming facilities Are available. Sunday the by will attend an Anglo Saxon Church service after which the group will climb it. Royale to View a huge Crucifix and then leave for Home. The expected arrival time will be 6 . Moneymaking projects for the trip have been a food Sale and a Spaghetti dinner. The group made about $35 on the former and about 70 attended the dinner which grossed about $50. Also planned is a Retreat aug. 7, and a hike to the White rocks aug. 21. Almost everything that the by has attempted this summer has been a Success and the Young people Are looking Forward to a productive year where As Bill Dupree aptly expressed it a we can become a group that can serve the the by needs All members to attend meetings so that the nucleus of a Strong group can be formed. Savings up to 50 or More during our summer clearance Sale clothing shoes for the family Fienberg s 447 main St. Bennington it. Sandgate old Home Day a gubernatorial candidate Richard Snelling of Shelburne will give the main address aug. 7 at the annual event to Benefit the Sandgate methodist Church. A Cook out and luncheon from 11 30 to i . Will be followed by a hymn sing. The Rev. Granville Greenwold will give the Sermon at 2 . Resch founding of mormon Church told in pageant at Palmyra . Palmyra . Up a a please be reverent a says the sign at the Entrance to a stand of Silvery Beech and rough barked sugar Maple not far from this Finger lakes country Village. The place is the a sacred Grove where mormon Prophet Joseph Smith is said to have seen the vision that led him to found the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints. Sunlight filters cooly through the spreading tree tops. Fallen leaves carpet the ground. . Department of agriculture markers attest that some of these Trees were standing Long before Smith s birth in 1806. For a mormon a visit to this Grove is a Homecoming leading Back Over almost a Century and a half to the moment when the Angel Moroni told Smith of the Golden plates of the Book of mormon buried in a nearby Hillside. For More than 400 Young mormons who have made a pilgrimage Here to act this week in their annual Church pageant a visit to the Grove also is a time for rededication to their role As missionaries for their Church. At a a testimony meeting in a Clearing roofed by the arching tree tops the a a Sisters and a a elders seated on makeshift Board and Cemen Block benches asked earnestly for advice on How to spread their gospel to the a a gentiles non mormon a members of the pageant audience. The pageant presented on Hill Cumorah where Smith unearthed the Golden plates in 1827, dramatizes the message of the Book of mormon that this continent was populated by israelite who fled Jerusalem in 600 . And that after his resurrection Christ visited them Here. Members of the cast a most of them about 20 and College students or Young men presently serving the traditional two years of unpaid missionary duty to the Church a act As Ushers before the free open air performance of a a american a witness to they were advised and reprimanded mildly for an occasional excess of missionary Zeal among members of the audience by Reed Bankhead president of the Cumorah Mission covering upstate new York. Bankhead put aside his livestock business in Nephi Utah and his Post As professor of religion at Brigham Young Stamford Church is Host to annual Pomona service University to accept h i s churches Call to serve As Mission president without pay. A no one is Here to Force ourselves on anyone a Bankhead said. A but you can encourage the gentiles to read the Book of mormon for the message of Christ on Earth. You can Tell them it in t a matter of changing their religion its a matter of finding Christ in the Book of a what happens to All those people you d like to visit with but you have to go and get dressed for the pageant a one serious faced girl asked. A get dressed a Bankhead told her sternly a although i know it hurts to have to leave when the going is you la buy better with this giant Gibson Frost Clear feature special on the Stamford a the methodist Church Here played Host sunday to the 17th annual Ethan Allen Pomona Church service with the pastor the Rev. Edward a. Roberts As principal speaker. About 45 attended the service which opened with a prelude by mrs. Carl Lesure Church organist and the processional of state and Pomona officers. Following the responsive Call to worship mrs. Viola Wilcox Pomona chaplain delivered the invocation and mrs. Helen Clough Flora Sang a Solo. David Howe Church Lay Leader welcomed the Grange members and Clarence Decker sr., Pomona master responded on behalf of the visitors. Mrs. Belle Decker Pomona lecturer announced the picnic to be held following the service at the Stamford Valley Grange Hall and the speaker was introduced by mrs. Edyth Jepson. Arrangements for the service were made by mrs. Wilcox and mrs. Decker and mrs. Florence Hattat chairman of the Home economics committee provided the Flowers for decorating the Church. William Hattat assistant Steward and George Coolidge gatekeeper were Ushers and guests were greeted at the door by mrs. Hattat and mrs. Rose Gleason Secretary. William Hattat Theresa Wood Julius Hill Frank Chilson Roy Crofut and mrs. Gleason were members of the picnic committee. Lutherans Iii m Mission areas new York up a lutheran churches and missions maintain a total of 3,436 elementary secondary and teacher training schools in latin America Africa Asia and new Guinea according to figures released by lutheran world federation. The statistics presented at a meeting of the Lwft commission on education in Jerusalem Jordan showed the schools have 334,569 pupils and 9,957 teachers. Show t Quot i l Hanson Walbridge what should you expect of a funeral director. Assurance of dignity and Quality. Full responsibility for arrangements. Full disclosure of costs. 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