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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 15, 1961, Chicago, Illinois Page 6the bulletin thursday june is 1961 Pook sinners the phrase Quot poor sinner Quot appears in Many a prayer yen. And conversation. The word Quot poor could have the sense of Heing without support. Money less. It could be used to mean Quot requiring we see a mangled dog at the Roadside we pass by and say. Quot poor obviously neither of these makes sense out of Quot poor we Are Quot poor sinners Quot before god. With Only our own goodness and strength we Are totally hopeless the Bible says precisely a sin when it is finished bring eth Forth and again a Eye Are dead in trespasses and sins. We May Tell god. How we Quot performed religion Quot Are not As had As some suffered pm a Are not As had As Quot suffered a meant yet these buy exactly nothing from the holy god i am a Quot poor i am without help or Hope in Elf Best does not measure up god owes not one goodness. As a Quot poor sinner Quot i Pray Quot god be merciful to and i thrill to hear the Bible work. Quot Christ Jesus Cam into the world to save daily Bible headings and prayer suggestions is 111 t Pray that your Church stand with god 1 12-15 t Pray that your Church be Christ Ian 2 113 t Pray that America take Christ seriously 3 i 7 t Pray treasuring Quot free Dom to he godly Quot 3 3-19 t Pray for Christ Honor ing government i 1-12 t Pray thanking for gods holy word 1 13-25 t Pray gods forgiveness for your neighbors june 15�?nahum june 1ft�?nahum june 17�?nahum june 18�?nahum june 19�?nahum june 20�?i Peter june 21�?1 Peter Quot the song of the oratorio Quot office this week for the Quot Chris was the title of the festival of music and dance at the 3rd annual Spring concert of first universalist Church 910 e. 83rd St. Recently. The concert choir of the first universalist Church was augmented by the choir of Congre Tian the deadline is noon saturday june 17. Alvin Lockridge is editor. Fathers Day will be observed throughout services in Kelly gation Roofei Sholom or Cho methodist Church sunday be Dosh and the Tommy Sutton ginning with Church school for dancers in selections from great classic oratories and in songs and dances composed by Max Janowski choir director. Janowski is also music director at . Temple and first universalist Church and is a teacher at the Chicago Institute of music. Soloists of the concert were Nanette Uney Soprano Beatrice Horwitz Mezzo Soprano Frances Gums contralto Kenneth Henricksen Tenor Otis Robinson baritone Edward Warner baritone and Cantor Maurice Levy who Sang songs from Janowski a sacred compositions. Special menus Day services will be conducted at la . In Woodlawn .e. Church 6456-58 s. Evans ave., sunday with the it. Rev. Joseph Gomez Bishop of the 4th episcopal District of the .e. Church As guest speaker. Rev. Jonathan a. Dames is pastor. A smorgasbord dinner will be i served by the menus Day com Mittee at i . In Scott auditorium followed by a Fellowship hour. The final report of menus Day will be Given after the Fellowship hour. E. Earl Frederick and attorney Glenn Johnson Are chairman and co-ch6irman respectively. Delegates from Woodlawn sunday school will attend the South Chicago sunday school convention on Friday and saturday july 14 amp 15 at Arnett Chapel 11218 s. Bishop St theme of the convention is Quot what shall i do with life Quot All Ages at 9 30 . A special fathers Day message will be Given by the minister Rev. Simon p. Jenkins at the morning worship 10 45 . With special music by the senior choir. Mrs. Lilly Kirtly Lay member of the Lexington conference will make her report to the Church during the morning service. At 12 15 ., sunday a dinner meeting sponsored by the commission on Christian social concerns of Kelly Church will be held at which time Squire Lance editor and author will review the Book Quot the Black muslims in America Quot by or. C. Erie Lincoln. Members and friends Are cordially invited to attend this affair. Mrs. Margaret Wallace is chairman. Miss Sherry Hooste of Peoria iii., summer worker assigned to Kelly Church for the season be Gan her work at the Church recently and will continue through the summer months. Miss Hooste will work with the staff of the vacation Bible school engaging in All youth activities including counselling recreation camping Home visitation Etc she has received special train ing for her work from the National Board of missions of the methodist Church. In of Chatham Fields evangelical lutheran 8100 St. Lawrence s we Rev. Laurance a. Bosecke minister sunday Bible school 9 30 .�?divine worship 8 15 . And 10 45 . A a a a a a Christ Unity Center 6156 cottage Grove no 7-3179 Johnnie Coleman minister sunday school�?9 15 .�?1st service 10 30 . Second worship service�?12 noon a a a a a a first universalist 9101.83rd St 3-5910 Rev. Jesse Cavileer minister Church school 10 45 .�?worship la . A a a a a a Kelly methodist 6953 South Park he 3-3530 Rev. S. P. Jenkins minister Church school 9 30 .-worship 10 45 .-Myf 12 15 . Maryland ave. Baptist 8058 s. Maryland he 3-0677 Rev. David d. Clays pastor sunday school 9 30 . Worship 10 45 . And 7 30 . Wednesday 7 30 . A a a a a a Park Manor Baptist 366 e. 69th a 3-3566 Rev. Samuel y Atisa minister Church school 9 . Worship 10 45 i. 7 30 . Park Manor Christian 600 e. 73rd he 3-3635 Rev. Charles h. Webb minister sunday school 9 30 .-worship 10 45 . I 6 . A a a a a a Salem lutheran 74th amp Calumet St 3-7776 James p. Claypool pester sunday school amp Bible classes 9 30 .-worship la . A a a a a a St. Stephan s lutheran 910 w. 65th to 3-5871 Edgar r. Pflugk pastor Sun. School 9 15 . Morning worship 10 30 . A a a a a a Woodlawn .e. Rev. Jonathan a. Dames a minister sunday school 9 30 . Or. Church 10 45 . I worship la . A a a a a a is your Church listed a Quot Flower communion Quot service will be held in the la services sunday in first universalist Church 910 e. 83rd St this Beautiful ceremony was originally developed by czech unitarians. It has come to symbolize the idea of a free Church in a free Community holding to the Ideal of democracy and of Quot action weaving itself into texture of persuasive Beauty analogous to the delicate spleen Dor of in this service everyone is invited to bring a Flower of a sort that has significance for him and to take away a different one. Children will be dedicated baptized christened at this service also. Rev. Jesse Cavileer minister of the Church will preach on a the religious rather than have separate father and Mother Days the universalist Church stresses the obligations and love of fathers and mothers to each other and of the whole family together. Children Are invited to attend this service with their parents. Regular services will be observed at Park Manor Christian Church 600 e. 73rd St., sunday with Rev. Charles h. Webb pastor. All chairmen and birthday club leaders Are urged to Send in news articles to the Church Rev. Laurance a. Boseck will preach the Sermon Quot the problem of Jesus relatives Quot at both worship services sunday 8 15 . And 10 45 . At Chatham Fields lutheran Church St. Lawrence ave. And e. 81st St. A picnic involving the congregation and sunday Bible school will be held this sunday the Glenwood Forest preserve. Friends of the Church Are surely Welcome. The Rule is Quot first to worship then to the picnic a Quot driving map will appear in the Church program. As an act of obedience to Jesus Christ and of Faith in him the following were received in the sacrament of holy baptism on last sunday Donna and Kirby e. Denson 8421 s. Vernon ave. Dean p. Graves 8517 s. St. Lawrence ave. Julie Gudger 8112 s. Ellis ave. Irvin Haddox 7915 s. Rhodes ave. Cynthia Long 8117 s. Langley ave. Fran Chette and Walter h. Mccann 6559 s. Peoria St. Robert l. And Sharon Tucker 652 e. 81st St., and Rosalyn and Phyllis Wyatt 8741 s. Indiana ave. The sunday Bible school according to pastor Boseck will be in session All through the summer also at the regular time. 9 30 . Each sunday. New scholars enrolled Are Ron Ald and Yvette Astin 7921 s. St. Lawrence ave. Barbara Bond 8201 s. Langley ave. Henry Moore 8148 s. Champlain ave. John Odom 7915 s. Maryland ave. Jean Stewart 8006 s. Rhodes ave. Michael Townsend 7947 s. Vernon ave. Elsa and Ingrid Tullos 8055 s. Rhodes ave., and Lydia White 8111 s. Rhodes ave. 6456 Ivans for additional information and help in listing your Church Call miss Andersen Blawert 3-1040 no 7-4555 buy retail at Whol Isali prices except fair Trade Llama Wilda selection of Slid and movie Hoe Trie Eyo Quot zoom Quot cameras and tape recorders Welcome shoppers charge a make photostatic cop Ira Seal photos in plastic 7s29 s. 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