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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 16, 1966, Cedar Rapids, IowaAuthor dubs 20th Century age of no religion at Alt Cambridge mass. A Harvard Iberi Exiaa or Harvey Cox says the Mth Century is a an age of to religion at a nah supernatural myths Aad sacred symbols have been broken he says and Man has been left alone a with the world on his hands for Cox this is an age of secularism and is his Book a the secular City he offers a a Celebration of its this is a age said cat la an it review a Wick a Man can free Himsey from his re of is prejudices a via Tern his attention away from worlds beyond and toward this world Anil this time. And step into god s permanent revel tien in a the Mission of the Church a he says a is to be involved in the renewal of the a a dead category Cox 37, associate professor of Church and society at Harvard has been placed among the a god is dead theologians in recent Laganne articles. A we can say god is dead a be said hot he Means that the Rural Many a concept of god is dead a and we now experience god in ways Propri aie for or god is my dead he says a and god does Auto a do Noti hum Linn h or acc Ownby we Cox contends however that god has changed by Way of dealing with Man. Cox says god has withdrawn from the world leaving its affairs to Man. Many a Weipo nitty Man must now assume the responsibility for his world a be says. A the can no longer shove it off on some religious Power. A the question is what is the reality of god what is his intention in human affairs How is Man to Bear witness to god Cox uses the traditional protestant concept of a a witness a the Christian giving visible evidence of his belief. But far Cox the traditional a 1 a in ger a �m0l he a me my an an age m Sadat a Penni and he says fun Christian Mart Otter wit a Majk dds in sat w mini my i al for a standing in the picket line is a Way of speaking he says. A by doing it a Christian Speaks of witness of preaching and Cox is suspicious of organized churches which he says Are a not free to exercise Radical he urges christians to break away from the established churches into a a kind of ascetic disaffiliation so they they May do a a god a work in the present social Cox is Active in civil rights. In 1963 he took part in a voter registration March in Williams town n.c., was arrested and spent five Days in jail. A the charge was parading without a permit a he says. A i am out on bail but 1 done to think the Case will Ever come it Ltd a Himik to i a 3 Survey fails to uncover rumoured Quot givers strike Quot r Law furry to regional synods Only is percent we i a min in of toe funds it requested to sup r is rumoured from time to port the work of the National time that Church Church. Including Home and members Are conducting a a give Giorei a mrs Erst strike in protest against White backlash the Ciui to Oak a rights movement and other so Cial Reform activities. Say that a White backlash against a Thelca a Strong stand on race will recognize i owe support for Cathedral a Farewell Coffee honouring the Rev. Clyde l. Norrgard will be Given in the Church parlor of Hope lutheran Church sunday from 9 to 10 . The Rev. Or. Norrgard will become Campus pastor at Grandview College in des Moines. The Rev. Ray Richardson pastor of first Baptist Church Waukon the last five and a half years gave his final Sermon there last sunday. He will become pastor of first Baptist Church Waverly. Up i phots canopy protects a shrine this tiny wooden Chapel near Jackson mo., is believed to be the oldest protestant House of worship in the Mississippi Valley. The Quot old Mckendree Chapel Quot was built in 1819. Now a notional methodist shrine it has been restored and a steel canopy constructed overhead to protect the wooden building. Some individuals doubtless relations May be one Factor in have cancelled pledges. And situation. But they Point to some local congregations prob a other factors which May Well be ably have Felt the Emch of fit More important including a Mancial reprisal. I Sharp controversy Over presi a a up Survey of major Dent Franklin Clark Fry a policy dem Mamm this week of combining Church colleges up a evidence of a end seminaries. The United Church of Christ also has experienced a drop in the amount of Money available to the National denomination for ice a has Quot in Cottered financial i5 pms but the decline problems that May conceivably a a a a rel i i $11.1 million in 1963 to $10.6 Mil givers strike a a scale. Only one big protestant body a the lutheran Church in Amer reflect membership dissatisfaction with its policies. During the last two years the la has received from its 31 Cedar rapids chijrc1i notices pastor of the peace methodist Church Shoreview Mia. He will continue work toward a doctorate la Library science. He was ordained june 23 at Indianola. The Rev. Donald l. Klein ordained last year in Rome will celebrate his first mass at 11 . Sunday at st. Johns Catholic Church Independence. A the congregation of first lion �,1 be held for him in methodist Church Tama has voted to authorize using funds on hand to Purchase a possible building site. Funds originally were raised with the intent to build an educational addition to the present building. The building committee concluded that it would be More economical to build All new facilities to replace the present Structure built in 1885. The Rev. James Morris son of or. And mrs. Dean Morris of Keota has been appointed the Church Parlours from 3 30 to 5 30 . The Rev. David b hns lad pastor of the Christian and missionary Alliance Church will Exchange pulpits sunday with the Rev. Paul Frederick pastor of the Christian and missionary Alliance Church of Echo Minn. Marion churches Bethel Baptist Bic a the Rev. Paul h. Stenstrom. Sunday school 9 30. Worship 10 30 and 7 30. First Baptist the Rev. Lawrence b. Sprankle. Worship 9. Sermon a the potential Good in impossible people. Sunday i press. A old rugged Cross stages comeback Nashville Tenn. A for the first time in 35 years the nation s methodists soon will be Able to pick up a hymnal and turn to a the old rugged Cross. The old favorite dropped from the denominations hymnal when it was revised in 1931, is returned to the new one just off the prayers for the state of Iowa will be offered sunday in Wash Inton National Cathedral Washington d.c., in recognition of the support Given to the Cathedral by the Iowa chapter of the National Cathedral Assn. Mrs. Manford Flack of Muscatine is Iowa inca chairman. As a part of its National ministry the Cathedral sets aside one sunday a year to Pray for the work and welfare of each state and its citizens. On a Iowa Day sunday the state Flag will Lead the procession of choir and clergy and be displayed in a place of Honor during morning worship. The 14th-Century gothic style Structure begun in 1907, is now about two thirds Complete. A1 though staffed by episcopal clergy the Cathedral is not supported financially by any denomination and must depend on gifts and legacies to meet building maintenance and operating expenses. An eight stage construction plan has been adopted for completion in 1985 if an average of $1 million can be raised each year to finance the work. When finished the Cathedral will be the sixth largest Church in the world. Assembly of god catral�?3030 f ave. New. Ramon Booth. . 9 30. Serv. 10 45. Eve. 7 30. First�?1101 Oakland re. Be. Fred r. Gottwald. . 9 45. Serv. 10 45. Eve. 7 30. Christian Cedar a 526 3rd ave. So. Barton g. Murray. . 10. Serv. 8 30. A when silence is serv. 9 30, 11. Not Golden. Methodist asbury�?351 26th ave. So. William d. Cotton. . 9 30. First�?840 3rd ave. Be. John m. Hardy. . 8 30. Serv. 10. Services at 526 3rd ave. So temporarily. A when silence is not Golden. Barton Murray guest speaker. Noelridfe�?4529 regal ave. Calvary a Cuba 1203 3rd Nedr. Marion Williams inter bapt1st reran a 5037 Center Point re. Be. Glen v. High. . 9 45. Serv. 10 45. Eve. 7. Bertram a Paul r. Johnson. . 10. Serv. 11. Bethel ame �?512 6th st. Be. John i. Thomas. . 9 30. Serv. 11. School 10. Evening worship 7 45. Grace Baptist a the Rev. Ralph e. Ryal. Sunday school 9 45. Worship 11 and 7 30. St. Josephus Catholic a the Rev. William h. Blessington the Rev. James j. Mcbride and the Rev. J. A. Sullivan will celebrate mass at 6, 7 15, 8 30, 9 45 and 11 30 at the Church and 9, 10 15 and 11 30 at the school. Christians the Rev. Peter m. Morgan. Worship 8 30. Sunday school 9 45. Luther Church of the resurrection a the Rev. William e. Biedermann. Worship 8 and 11. Sunday school 9 10 and 9 55. St. Paul a lutheran Missouri Synod a the Rev. E. L. Brandt. Worship 8 and 10 30. Sermon a the loosing of the legion. Sunday school 9 15. Free methodist a the Rev. Ronald w. Miers sunday school 9 30. Worship 10 30 and 7, first methodist a the Rev. Lloyd c. Kellams and the Rev. Ray c. Howland. Worship 7 30 and 10. Sermon a an invitation to sunday school 8 45. Prairie Chapel methodist a the Rev. Clyde c. Scott. Sunday school 9. Worship 10. First presbyterian the Rev. Jean p. Hauter. Sunday school and worship 9. Speaker or. Herbert Doran. Reformed presbyterian a the Rev. Robert b. Mccracken. Sunday school 10. Worship 11. Sermon a Faith in action. Church of god seventh Day a a. J. Kuryluk pastor. Song service 9 45, Sabbath school 10, worship 11, saturday. Friday Bible study 8. United seventh Day Brethren a a. Allen Bond pastor. Worship 10, Church school 11, saturday. Ave. So. Don l. Andersen . 9 40. Serv. 11. A chosen in Jesus Christ Quot. Eve. 7. A the life that really counts. Cedar bbl 749 old Marion re. Be. Dean Ward. . 9 45. Serv. 10 45. Eve. 7. Dairy Dale a Boca 3408 it. Vernon re. Victor o. Erickson. . 9 30. Serv. 10 30. Quot the word of god. Eve. 7. A the flood. Wed. 7 30. Edgewood a Bic e ave. Edge Wood re. Douglas g. Baltz. 5.5. 9 45. Serv. 10 45. First Abc 1200 2nd ave. Be. E. V. Douglass Bruce Russell. . 9. Serv. 10. A the Art of listening Quot. Galilee garb 1947 Washington ave. 5e. Ronald g. Miatke. . 9 30. Serv. 10 30. Eve. 7 30. Immanuel so 1900 f ave. New. Lewis a. Miller . 9. Serv. 10 15. Eve. 7 15. It. Zion Abc 824 8th st be. Percy Burt. Is. 9 45 serv. 11. Cuba Golf Cliftonne. Robert e. Shackelford. 5.5. 0 40. Serv. 8 30, 10 45. Eve. 7. In minister. ., worship serv combined 9. Congregational Bethany �?1300 6th st. New. Mary a. White. . 8 45. Serv. 9 45. A where the winds blow. Fair oaks�?1243 Apache Trail new. William Hill. . 9 30. Serv. 10 30. Episcopal Grace a 525 a ave. Thomas s. Hulme. Masses 8, 10. St. John�?T��?355 19th st. Be. A a. Loferski communion 8. ., serv. 10 30. Communion first sunday of month. St. Michael�?Ts-220 40th st. Be. James r. Gundrum communion 8. . 9, serv. 10 15. Shipment of the new hymnal the product of six years of planning began this week from the methodist publishing House where Advance orders have reached 2,125,000. In addition to a the old rugged Cross the 584-Page volume includes a How great thou Art a popularized in part by evangelist Billy Graham a Baptist. But it wont include one re quest received by the publishers a i want to be a Cowboy for Jesus in the holy ghost tent series set at Tama Tama a a series of interdenominational tent meetings Fea turning radio minister and evangelist Milford h. Olson of Boone will begin tuesday in Tama. Services will be conducted nightly at 7 30 through july 31. The speaker is a former pastor of Christian missionary and Alliance Church in Cedar rapids. He will be assisted by other ministers from the Cedar rapids area. There will be vocal and instrumental music selections each evening. Re. 10. Evangelical United Brethren Buffalo a Blairs ferry be. Elmer c. Boom. . Serv. 9. Faith�?1000 30th st. Be. Elmer c. Boom. . 9 30. Serv. 10 30. Salem�?225 1st ave. So. A. F. Frankhauser. , 9 35. Serv. 8 30, 10 45. A journey with us. Catholic sharon�?83118th ave. So. A. All saints Dale Wood 29th Washington. . 9. Serv. 10. Be. Edmund j. Becker Phillip. T c. Mcdermott John h. Herzog. _ �110&Quot _ masses 6, 7 30, 8 30, 10, 11 Carter is 1 l serv 9 noon. Immaculate Conception-859, Jehovah a witnesses 3rd ave. Be. Msgr William a. East unit�?1221 Center Point Roach John j. Of Connor j. I re. Be. Public talk 3. A Faith of David Pepper. Masses 6, 7, 8 15,a patriarch a pattern for us. 9 30,11,12 15. Watchtower 4 15. A manifesting free-800 g ave. New. Howard f. Harris. . 9 45. Serv 10 45. Eve. 7. Kenwood a 302 33rd st. Be. Paul w. Somerville. . 9. Serv. 8,10. Communion. Lovely lane�?42nd and wen in re. Be. Donald t. Caspers. . 10 30. Serv. 9 30. St. James �?1426 Ellis blvd. New. L. George Pimlott. . 9 30. Serv. 8 30. A worship god. St. Mark�?Ts�?4700 Johnson ave. New. Gilbert m. Field. . 9 45, 11. Serv. 11.st. Paul�?Ts�?1340 3rd ave. Be. Be. Or. Jackson Burns Glenn w. Mcmichael Daniel j. Herndon. ., serv. 9 30, 11. A on making the Best of life. St. Peter�?Ts�?30th and Pioneer be. Paul r. Johnson. ., 10 30. Serv. 9 30. Trinity�?3rd ave., 5th st. So Warren l. Feller . 9 30. Serv. 8 30. A the tragedy of being god. Wesleyan�?2600 1st ave. New. G. M. Hubby. . 9 45. Serv. 10 45. Eve. 7 30. Rick of Echo Minn., guest speaker both services. Christian science�?1242 2nd ave. Be. . 9 30. Serv. 11. A a life. Christ sanctified h�ly�?1230 15th st. Be. . 10. Serv. 11. Eve. 8. Church of the brethren�?1057 4th ave. Be. David Hykes. . 11 00. Serv. 10. Cedar Rapida Church of Christ Montrose hotel. Larry Vosdingh. . 9 30. Serv. 10 30. Cedar Valley Bible Church knights of pythias bldg 1101 old Marion re. Be. Reagan Benedict. . 10, serv. 11. Eve. 7. Central Church of Christ a 1500 1st ave. New. Harold Hazelip. . 9 30. Serv. 10 30. Ellis Park Church of god a 726 l ave. New. Earl Osnes. . 9 45. Serv. 10 45. Eve. 7 30. Emmanuel temple�?1014 10th ave. Be. . 10. Serv. 11. Church of god of prophecy 716 8th ave. So. Dudley Hiles. . 9 45,.serv. 11. Eve. 7 30. $10.1 lion in 1965�?and is More than offset by an increase Over the same period in the budgets of the United churches state conferences. In other words total contributions have gone up but state conferences Are taking a larger share of the givers Dollar at the expense of the National body. This kind of jurisdictional jockeying has no relation to the United churches Liberal policies on social issues. Nazarene first�?1328 k st. So. Rev. Marlin Mason. . 9 45. Serv. 10 45. Eve. 7 30. Oakland �?1515 29th st. Be. John Friend. . 9 45. Serv 10 45. Eve. 8. A Cedar Hills Community reformed 5000 Gordon ave. New. George Kroeze. . 9 45. Serv. 11. Serv. 7. First covenant�?701 25th st. Be. . 9 30. Serv. 10 45. The Rev. Robert Teague guest speaker. Eve. Or. Teague. Wed. 7 30, prayer meeting. Covington John d. Hegarty. . 9 30. Serv. 10 30. New Jerusalem Church of god in Christ-1027 6th st. Be. H. Bassett. . 10 30. Serv. 12. Eve. 8. Cedar Hills evangelical free �?326 Lewellen or. New Donald m Lake. . 9 30. Serv. 10 45. Eve. 7. Giving on Rise in All the other denominations surveyed the picture was Clear Cut instead of buttoning up their pocketbooks their members Are giving More than Ever. The United presbyterian Church which has been particularly forthright in its commitment to the cause of social Justice reports that its total contributions increased from $298 million in 1963 to $317 million in 1965. Part of this was due to membership growth but per capita giving also went up from $90.46 to $95.75 per year. Contributions to the world service funds of the methodist a Church which finance the de orthodox i foursquare gospel�?609 1st st. George by 1202 10th a so. Jack l. Hicks. . St. Jude�?Ts�?150 Edgewood re. New. . 9 20. Masses 6 30, 7 30, 8 45, 10 15, 11 30. St. Ludmila�?Ts�?211 21st ave. So. A. L. Zachar j. C. Paisley. Masses 5 45,7 30,9,10 15,11 30. St. Matthew�?Ts�?1st ave., 24th be. Masses 5 45, 7, 8 15, 9 30, 11, 12 15. St. Patrick so 500 1st ave. New. Masses 5 30, 7 15, 8 30, 9 45,11,12 15. St. Pius x a 50th, Council be. Msgr. Is Sheehy Dean Walz. Masses 6 30, 8, 9 30, 11, 12 15. St. Wenceslaus�?1224 5th st. Be. Msgr. A. W. Chihak r. A. Ludwig Arthur Kleve. Masses 6, 8,10,11 30. St. Be. Elias Ziton. Orthos 9 15. Serv. 10. St. John so e 600 7th st. Be. Alexander George. Matins 10. Liturgy 11. St. John so or 501 a ave. Be. Gust e. Hatzidakis. Orthos 9, Liturgy 10 30. Churchgoers poll reveals some shifts new York up a the number of americans who attend Church every sunday has increased during the past 14 years from 32 to 38 percent of the population. This finding a which contradicts the prevalent notion that there has been a slump in religious interest comes from a nationwide Survey conducted by or. George Gallup for the Catholic digest. The results of the Survey were compared with a similar study made in 1952. In 1952, 32 percent of the people interviewed said they never attended Church 36 percent attended occasionally and 32 per cent were regular every Sun Day churchgoers. In 1966, the number who never Darken the doors of the at mass every sunday and Only each age group until there is a one out of eight is so lapsed in decided drop among those Over his Faith that he never attends.j65 ,. The More education a person has the More Likely he is to attend Church. The lowest per the spirit of god. West unit�?1221 Center Point re. Be. Public talk 6. A Jehovah is ruler in the kingdom of Mankind Quot. Watchtower 7 15. A manifesting the spirit of god and a keep on growing under Jehovah a spirit. Latter Day saints mormon�?4300 Trail Ridge re. Be. Lee m. Johnson. Priesthood 8 30. . 10 30. Eve. 6. Reorganized�?120 19th st. Be. Elder Walter e. Gunderson. 5.5. 8 45. Serv. 11. Lutheran Bethany to 2202 Forest or. Be. A. C. Hornbostel. . 9 30. Serv. 8 15, 10 45. Concordia to 4210 Johnson ave. New. Paul a. Scheldt 5.5. 9. Serv. 8, 10 15. A the Christian task action. Among protestants As a group the comparable figures Are one third every sunday one third never. The Survey shows that the number of jews who never attend a synagogue service has dropped sharply from 56 percent in 1952 to 39 percent in 1966. But there has also been a decline from 12 to 4 percent in the number who attend every Sabbath. The vast majority of jews today Are in the occasion al attendance category with the largest single group-43 percent a saying that they show up at the synagogue once a month or less. That More women than men first a la 1000 3rd ave. Be. George w. Carlson. . 9 40. Serv. 8 30, 11. A a guilty. Or. George w. Forell guest speaker. _ Gloria Dei a Alc 153 cent age of regular churchgoers a Cherry Hill st. New. Royn was found among persons with a a Quot less than an eighth Grade Educa Jorgenson. Fellowship 9. Serv. 8,10. Tion the highest percentage a pm re is ? an no town a i a Pierce school 2332 42nd st. Among those who had gone to be d0nahi a. Seifert. . 9. College. Serv 10 15 other figures corroborated the indication that churchgoing is Church remains at 32 percent attend worship services is a fact but there has been a marked shift from occasional to regular attendance with Only 30 percent now in the once in a while category and 38 percent showing up every week Cattes Lead anyone can discern by simply looking around him in a Church or synagogue. The Survey documents the disparity Between the sexes. Forty two percent of the women and Only 34 percent of the men attend regularly. The new Survey shows that age differences catholics continue to be much More a faithful in Church Atten dance than protestants. Two thirds of americans catholics Are age also makes a difference. Attendance is lowest in the Young adult 25 to 34 years bracket and becomes higher in More prevalent among Middle class families than among those who have had fewer advantages. Among occupational groups the highest percentage 40 percent of regular attendance was reported by business and professional people and White Collar workers the lowest by manual and service workers with Only 33 percent. Surprises geographically the s u r v e y contains two mild surprises. The big cities far from being a religious wasteland actually surpass Small towns and Rural areas in Church attendance. And new England has a slight but definite Edge Over the Southern a Bible belts in the percentage of residents who Are a Church every week. Holy redeemer la 1915 e ave. New. Cedric j. Lofdahl. 5.5. 9. Serv. 10 30. A a who a Good enough a Hope la 2736 Bowling st. So. Clyde l. Norrgard. No s. S. Serv. 8, 10. Our Savior so Alc 3634 1st ave. Be William Hilker. M. O. Kraabel. . 9, 11 15. Serv. 8, 10 15. St. Andrews la 4420 Center Point re. Be. James m. Lesher. . 9 30. Serv. 8 30, 10 30. A alive to god. St. Mark so la 2100 1st ave. Be. Or. David Belgum Philip Hougen student pastor. 5.5. 9 30. Serv. 8 30, 11. St. Stephen so Alc Meadowbrook 31st st. Be. N. L. Wogelt no s. S. Serv. 9. Presbyterian calvin�?715 38th st. Be. Or. Alfred a Kelsey. . 10. Serv 9, 11. A the touch. Central Park �?1700 b ave. Be. Allen s. Van Cleve Keith Trembath. . 9 30. Serv. 8 15, in Sanctuary 9 30 in Chapel. A from Many one. Christ church�?2000 1st ave. New. John e. Wheatley Edward d. Byrd. No . Serv. 8 30, 10, a the Man who gave others a second chances. First�?310 5th st. Be. Or. Francis w. Pritchard Gary l. Kush Michael d. Seitz. . 9 30, serv. 9 30. A what a Day Quot Hus memorial�?631 9th ave. Be. William Harnish. . 10 30. Serv. 9 30. A a Christ a pulpit a boat. Kenwood a 327 35th st. Be. D. R. Jafvert. . 9 30. Serv. 8 30, 9 30. Communion. A the lowly Cross. Twixt town theater 11. A a it a sin by any name. Knox�?1525 Hollywood blvd. Be. . 9 10. Serv. 10 30. The Rev. Ronald Hawkins guest speaker. Olivet .237 10th st. New. Roger d. Patton Ronald d. Hawkins. . 9 15. Serv. 8 15, 10 50. A who delivers us from the Wrath to come. Sinclair memorial�?829 12th ave. Be. Ray Garvey. . 9 15. Serv. 10 30. Westminster �?1285 3rd ave. Be. Or. John p. Woods Dee Jay Reiff. . 9 30. Serv. 9 30, 11. Quot Christian morality. 9. Serv. 10. Eve. 6 30, 7 30. Interdenominational�?225 5th ave. So. A. J. Stokes. . 9 45. Serv. 10 45. Eve. 7. Islamic center�?1335 9th st. New. . 8 45. Serv. Friday noon. Sunday 11 15. Meth Wick chapel�?1224 13th st. New. L. W. Soule. Serv. 9. First open bible�?1311 l st. So. Neal b. Gail. . 9 45. Serv. 11. Eve. 7 45. First pentecostal Church 860 Center Point re. Be. James 0. Mccoy. . 9 45. Serv. 11 eve. 7 45. Religious society of friends a Myca Gray room. Serv. 10 30. W. R. Haworth correspondent. Salvation army�?1123 3rd st. Be. Joseph Irvine. . 9 45. Serv. 11. Eve. 7. Seventh Day adventist�?3424 1st ave. Be. Robert Goransson. School sat. 9 30, serv. 11. Seventh Day Church of god a Meridian 3336 Prairie or. Be. W. T. Mcmickin. School sat 10. Serv. 11 30, Sunshine mission�?121 3rd st. Be. Henry Mensinger supt. Nightly 7 30. Temple Judah a Bever and Lindsay Lane be. Rabbi Isaac Neuman. Serv. Fri. 8 . Peoples unitarian a 600 3rd ave. Be. Walter a Kellison. No services until sept. 11. Unity center�?1015 2nd ave. Be. Mabel k. Swanson. . 9 30. Serv. 11. A the worship of one god Quot. Wed. 7 30, class. Nominations National programs and foreign missions increased 6 percent from 1963 to 1964, and another 10 percent from 1964 to 1965. In the episcopal Church the amount of Money passed along by dioceses to the National denomination has increased by 18 percent since 1963. Sharp increase the Southern Baptist convention largest . Protestant body has been relatively conservative on social issues but not so conservative As to avoid some fairly Sharp controversy among its membership. The controversy however has had no visible effects on its financial support. Since 1960, the income of the convention has increased by 38 percent. The roman Catholic Church does not publish financial reports. A spokesman for the National Catholic welfare conference said he knew of no Catholic diocese that has suffered serious financial problems because of dissatisfaction with the churches social policies. When the archdiocese of new Orleans integrated its Catholic schools in 1962, militant segregationists waged a Public Campaign to organize a givers strike. But contributions actually increased that year. St. Paul a United Church of Christ Eden e and r 351 8th ave. So. Donald a. Mcpeek. . 9 30. Serv. 10 30. First congl.�?361 17th st. Be j. Richard Wagner Welton Warkentin. . Serv. 9 30. A be a millionaire a Hope Hiawatha school. Lyle v. Kuehl. . 9 15. Serv. 10 30. Other churches Bahai i center�?1810 Ridgewood Terr. Be. Wed. 8 . Grace brethren�?2905 d ave. Trinity to 1363 1st ave. Be. Wayne Baker. . 9 30. So. E. W. Koberg . 10. Serv. 8, 9,11. A a you re a threadbare Christian a ten a to Highway 150 Hiawatha. Gilbert Meseke. . 9 30. Serv. 8 30, 10 45. A a difficult task Quot. Wed. 10, pre school. Serv. 10 30. A the acts of the holy spirit. Eve. 7. A a Paradox. Wed. Prayer meeting. Christian and missionary Alliance-3412 Oakland re. Be David b. Hustad. . 9 30. Serv. 10 30. Eve. 7. Paul Frede 1340 to Laird Avenue be sunday services 9 30 and 11 00 . Sermon by or. Glenn w. Mcmichael Quot on making the Best of life drive in Church twixt town theatre ii . Sundays rain a Shis Kenwood Park presbyterian Church $ Trinity lutheran Church lit Avonak at 14th Strait so 3 services 8 00�?9 00�?i 00 . Sunday school and a lilt classes at 10 00 . Sermon topic Quot you a threadbare Christian Quot Postar i. Koborg first lutheran a Hugh Bethany lutheran Church 2112 hot or 1st so services 1 1 s and 10 4$ . Sunday school 9 30 . Visitor Ai Way Welcome a. C. Hornbostel Pastar 1000 3rd Are. Be Cedar rapids worship services 8 3011 . Sermon Quot guilty Quot or. George w. Forell. Guest speaker sunday Church school 9 40 . Pastor re. G. W. Carlson director Parish education Mist h. Sprenger music director or. L. Many an organist or. H. Christians in every visitor an honoured ghost

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