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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 8, 1962, Chicago, Illinois Page 4 the bulletin thursday february 8. 1%2 so you have Faith in god no thoughtful can say a i have Faith in god and let it go at that. Of course there is nothing wrong with those words. They certainly can be understood in terms of gods revelation of himself in the Bible. Yet. That is precisely the Point of the problem. Men say a i believe in god a and mean almost anything else but what the Bible teaches indeed they seem not to know what the Bible teaches. So often these words Only mean i recognize that there is a god. The Bible answer to this kind of thing is psalm 14 1 a the fool hath said in his heart a there is no god a they who deny that god is. Says the Bible Are a a silly the kindest Way of giving the word a a fool. The Bible says More James 2 19 Quot thou believes that there is one god thou Doest Well the devils also believe and whatever else devils Are they Are not a a silly they know that god is and they tremble. The Bible quotes Jesus Christ John 14 6 Quot i am the Way. The truth and the life no Man cometh unto the father but by face up to divine truth Friend Jesus Christ alone is the Way Back to god. He god the son. Came into the flesh to redeem sinners in his blood. In him salvation is prepared for you and offered to you. With him belonging to him worshipping serving him. Because you know you Are a bought with his precious blood a with him you Are acceptable in heaven Welcome and wanted you must respond to that else you Are missing everything that is and you remain absent from god. 0 Church notes i Bethel lutheran Church regular worship services will be held in Bethel lutheran Church 6200 s. Peoria St., sunday. Feb la in the 9 15 . Services. Boy scout sunday will also be observed in the 10 45 . Service. Tile Rev. Bruce d Johnston is pastor. Fast economical Crump s cleaners 7855 cottage or. A 4-0872 Christ methodist Church Christ methodist Church. 6401 s. Sangamon St. Will observe race relations Day sunday feb. La on two fronts. Rev. William w. Morris pastor of Christ methodist and Rev Fred Morris pastor of Good Samaritan methodist Church of Addison 111. Will Exchange Pul pits. Each minister will be accompanied by the choir of his respective Church. Also on this Day Robert l. Moore Lay Leader of Christ methodist will be guest speaker in the Polo methodist Church in Polo 111. Moore has been certified As a Lay speaker by the Rock River conference of the methodist Church and is very Active in his duties As Lay Leader. A cordial invitation is extended to All who care to worship i with us on this occasion for our House should be a House of i prayer for All Peoples. Uie bake to please you Ftp swamber bakery -8246 cottage Grove to 4-6777 a Complete line of delicious bakery goods Uve poultry dressed free to order first presbyterian Church worship services will be held in first presbyterian Church 6400 s. Kimbark ave., sunday feb. La at 9 30 and la . The revs. Charles Leber and Ulysses Blakely Are co pastors. Or. Douglas v. Steer who was to have been the guest peaker in the la . Services will not be Able to he present due to prior commitments. He is nationally known author of devotional literature and a professor at. Haverford College in a. Invitations Are in the mail for a getting to know you occasion on sunday feb. La from 3 30 to 5 . In John Knox Hall. There will be Tea cakes and conversation All this plus More. Plan now to keep the Date with the women of first Church. The senior High youth Fellowship is now developing a group program on youth employment tile project includes the setting of standards Tor youth employees inventory of skills responsibility on the Job and a commitment to school training the role of the Church in helping to develop incentive support and standards for our youth in this project is a Central one. Consultative services Are being provided by their advisor Philip Smith the Woodlawn businessmen a association. The Chicago City missionary society and individual adults from the Church. Recently the group met with Charles Livermore executive director of the Chicago youth welfare commission and an elder at the United Church of Hyde Park. Interest in this project is encouraged on the part of first Church members especially men and women in business offices retail work skilled trades professions and Industry part time work now and preparation for future careers Are being stressed in this program the group meets every Sun Day at 12 15 ., in the Dia Konia room of the Church. First Church takes time to congratulate the following youth for their Fine leadership careful preparation and outstanding participation in the recent serv ice held in Observance with youth week congrats to Donna Burrell Hershel d u n g e a Caroline Hughes Thurman Mathis Helen Owens Rose Simmons and George Watkins. Also Edward Brooks Mike Cummings Frank Carlin. Ray mond Day jr., Elmer Hawkins Ron Hawkins Charles t. Leber Iii William Pierre Raymond Thomas James Ward and Lawrence White. Park Manor Church Immanuel evangelical United Brethren Church worship services will be held i world service Day worship in Park Manor Church will he held in Immanuel Van 600 e. 73rd to. Sunday. Fab. 2&Quot&Quot ing. The Grade a v7i\mut m a a aaa o farm fresh eggs 3 a live stewing hens. Live fryers. J1 29 -35 09 c la c la and fresh fish we also Corry c full line of ducks geese amp turkeys groceries fresh meats amp fresh vegetables hours Dally 8 10 until 7 . Open sunday until i . Closed All Day mayday Sabels products wholesale amp retail 7223-29 Wentworth ave. A. 3-4161,. .901 w. 66th St sunday. Feb. La at 10 55 ., with the pastor at 1045 m Hev Wilson w Rev. Charles h. Webb official-1white is pastor. The world service Day pro membership visitation ram will be sponsored by the nit my Koala a women a society of world serv Marion will be held in my sue Church mrs . In the Church. Wilson White is president. Spec at 6 . Sunday a Vesper a offerings will be taken from program will be held in of both the youth Fellowship and Servance of negro history week wows. All offering is for j u to Mission work at Home and sponsored by the department Roa of education and the a a followers of Jesus will be department of action the topic of discussion of the and Community service. Youth Fellowship sunday at 7 guest sneaker will be Russell in it flowed by the University Adams member of the Arnee of life a discussion on Dafen icon negro emancipation Cen warfare of the . Tennis authority a n e c a. The world Day of prayer plan the Centennial will be held in Quot in meeting will be held thurs Mccormick place in the sum be 8 for the Wor d Day Mer of 1963 much work has service program scheduled gone into the study of negro March 9 in the Normal Ark history. Adams will Point out Church 71st s some interesting and surprising s Ion 8ve things about the negro. The. relations the program will open with a committee will meet Friday dramatization of the a creation Quot of a 6 with or Cravens super the Start of All people with the a Quot Henriem. This meeting includes combined work of a soloist the j0 churches Atwood Heights speaker and the Church s senior of 8 to . And in choir. The program will take the men Al. From 8 30 to . In negro from the creation through Annex room i. Committee african history slavery the re members Are requested to be construction Era and the con prepared to attend this import temporary period. It ant meeting with or. Cravens As part of the contemporary period Betty Jackson King s Woodlawn .e. Church a wide wide River will be Sung mens Day will be observed in by the choir. In conjunction with Woodlawn e. Church. 6456-i the program there will be an pkg s. Evans ave., sunday feb. Exhibit in Fellowship Hall of then in the n Arn. Services. Rev. Church. Jonathan a. Dames is pastor. The exhibit will feature spot guest speaker in the morning lighting of mrs. Rosa Page worship will be Bishop e. C. Welch world known Singer Art Hatcher of the 3rd Elisc Opal work by William Scott among of strict. Bishop Hatcher is displays consisting of a a a Hobby chairman of the general Board Corner by the churches Young of education of the ame. People and selections of african Church and chairman of the a of Board of trustees of Wilberforce mrs. Elsie Green is chairman University Wilberforce. Ohio and Alvin Lockridge is co chair at 6 . An a a appreciation Man. Banquet will be tendered Rev. Thursday feb. 8, the Chris Jonathan a. Dames in the but Tian women s Fellowship meets Veteria room of Mccormick a in the Church at 7 . The place. Guest speaker will be of membership visitation briefing Rev Archibald Carey pastor of x session will meet Friday feb. 9 Quinn Chapel .e. Church at 8 . And formerly a pastor of Wood. Members Are urged to keep Lawn Church. Of in mind sunday. Feb. 25 when members and friends who it the August birthday club will have not already secured tickets present the mens chorus of the for the banquet Are asked to a it Church in a musical at 4 . Call the Church office no 7 x sunday feb. 18. The member 4555. The men of Woodlawn Are t ship visitation dinner will be expecting a Large Success in a served to callers at 1 15 . Their annual Observance. Of this will be an Effort to re the health Guild will hold inactivate some 300 delinquent monthly Assembly sunday at Kelly methodist Church the woman a society of service of Kelly methodist Church 6955 South Park ave. Will sponsor a study course on a missions in latin America a beginning saturday feb. To at 4 ., in connection with the regular monthly meeting of the society. Three additional sessions on the study course will be held sunday feb. La at i . Monday feb. 12 at 6 ., and tuesday feb. 13 at 6 . Mrs. Geneva Hall is president of the women a society. Participating in the various phases of the study course will he mrs. Helen Rush vice president mrs. Joyce Bowles mrs. Alice Mays mrs. Dorothy Murph mrs. Willie wills. Also mrs. Deloris Mccree mrs. Willa Lyles mrs. Naomi Preston. Mrs. Sylvia Cunningham mrs. Simon p. Jenkins mrs. Lorraine Dotson mrs Anna George mrs. Kathryn Towler Roy tally and Walter Wiltz. Refreshments will be served at the sunday session and Din Ner will be served in each of the evening sessions. Everyone is invited to attend. A Brief meeting of the official Board will be held sunday. Feb la at 12 30 . The Rev. Simon p. Jenkins is pastor of Kelly methodist Church. Emerald Avenue presbyterian Church a weekday Church school will be held in Emerald Avenue presbyterian Church 6701 s. Emerald ave., on wednesdays beginning feb. 7 and operating through May of this year. Each wednesday will have two sessions a morning session from 9 30 toll . For children who attend school in the afternoon and an afternoon session from 2 to 3 30 . For children who attend school in the morning or All Day. The classes will be for children from the 1st through 6th grades. The revs. Clyde Allison pastor and Frank y. Ichishita assistant pastor share the deep concern of parents for the spiritual and religious training of their children and Trust that All parents will enrol them in the weekday Church school. Cleft c i or i of the South Side s oldest amp Best Chevrolet dealer Superior Chevrolet 6943 s. Hoisted monogrammed Tumbler Start your set today one free with each 10-gallon Purchase Powell a cities service 45 e. 71st St. A 4-1914 buy u.5. Savings Bonds a it a a a it to or a a a it it i it ii,>i,v>ii%ri4w act Quick open thurs. To 9 . Gerald Lebo furniture 715 East 79th St.-114 blocks West of cottage Grove going out of business liquidation Sale hurry time is Short. Buying must be fast. After 27 years we Are closing our doors forever savings unbelievable St. Stephens lutheran Church regular worship services will be held in St. Stephens lutheran Church. 65th and s. Peoria sts., sunday feb. La at 10 30 ., with the pastor. Rev. Edgar r. Plur officiating. The a train two program will get underway with a meeting of the planning committee in the Church office in one week a train two attempts to train two Bible class teachers for every existing Bible class and every potential class. It is program for inner renewal and spiritual growth. It will Chal Lenge old and Young to do some a a searching of the it is hoped that members of St Stephens will wholeheartedly co operate and be led to study the word As never before. The Luther High school Guild will hold its regular meeting on Friday feb. 9 at 8 . A Hake Sale will be held in connection with the meet. Meetings of the Luther child welfare will be held Friday feb. 16 in Trinity lutheran Church. Elston and Foster Anc the lutheran Church Chantier fund on Friday. Feb. 23 in the Crystal room of Palmer House speaker Wall he or. John Klein. Member. St. Mark s evangelical lutheran Church a a the transfiguration and us will be the Lermon topic of the pastor Rev. Ray forsworn in worship services of St. Marks evangelical lutheran Church 88th St. And s. Langley ave. Services Are held at 9 30 and la ., with sunday school at 9 30 . Thursday feb. 8, today at 7 30 ., a meeting of the sunday school teachers and the sunday school committee will be held. Beginning monday at 8 ., a discussion class will be held in the Church. General theme for the class will be a the family of All members and friends Are invited to attend these classes. Those interested in learning More about the lutheran Church Are urged to attend. There is no obligation to join the Church because of attendance in the classes hut those wishing to May join the Fellowship of St. Mark following the series of classes. Tuesday feb. 13, tile Board of administration will meet. Every wednesday at 3 45 ., the Junior and senior confirmation classes meet. Of you do not have a Church Home you Are invited to join is at St. Marks in the worship my work of the lord. 10 15 . With the showing of a movie. A Challenge science versus or. Leonidas h. Berry is director. On our entire $147,000.00 Stock of famous custom 2-pc., 3-pc., 4-pc., 5-pc. Regular amp curved style sectionals. Sofas. 2-pc. Sofa amp chair suites. Bedroom suites. Bedroom amp dining furniture. Formica dinettes. Tables. Chairs. Contour chairs. Rockers. Table floor pole a Crystal lamps. Desks. Bookcases. Record Cable nets. 912 Nylon rugs. Fine clocks. Wall items. Etc. I v i entire St Ock slashed to absolute Giveaway prices Sun. Ufos 5�?mon., thurs to Fri. To 9�?other Days to 5 30 closing out permit 1441 please Don t buy a gimmick Quot one that could Cost your life one that could cause you and your family a a lifetime of mis Fortune. 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