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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 7, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaTage2 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Saturday morning september episcopal work on City Mission to be reviewed a meeting of All those interested in the growing program of the new Mission Church of St. John s episcopal Church will fake place to St. John s Parish House Mon Day at 8 . Sunday services have been held through the summer at 6 . At Royall school auditorium. What has been done towards the establishing of the Mission will be reviewed at this meeting by Julian Weston a member of the planning committee of St John s Church. J projected plans and future Steps for the development of the new Mission and the property on Cherokee Road will be presented by John o Dowd chairman of the planning committee. This presentation will evaluate relationship Between St. John s Church and the Mission and will suggest the election of a steering committee from among those interested in becoming a part of the new plans regarding the Lime of ser vices for the Mission and the organization of a Church school will be discussed. Services will continue Royall school. Other members of the planning committee include Richard Bry mrs. S. R. Lucas and or. Walter Mead. Church hews edited by five. Bollard Homecoming sunday at Manning Church Rev. E. K. Anderson visiting evangelist. Sparrow swamp revival set Timmonsville sept. 6 the annual fall revival meeting of Sparrow swamp Baptist Church near Here will begin monday night. The Rev. E. K. Anderson Tor of. Fourth Street Baptist Church at Carlsville will be visit ing evangelist. He will speak twice daily at . And . Monday through next sunday. The Rev. Oswell Smith pastor urges his people to come and in vites the general Public to each of the services. Special singing will be held each evening during a preliminary serv ice. Come praying god s special Blessing on each the Rev. Or. Smith said. Manning sept. 6 Homecoming Day will be observed at Liberty free will Baptist Church near Man Ning sunday. This annual event Normall draws a Large number of forme members. The Celebration ulis Yea will feature the Rev. Fred Pon of Timmonsville a forme pastor in the key message. A picnic lunch will be spread following the Sermon. Member Are being asked to bring picnic baskets. A new parsonage is nearing completion. According to mrs. R. C Baggette and mrs. Walter Rich Burg members of the Homecoming committee. We need about to off the indebtedness and buy furnishings. A special offering Wil be taken to assist in this mrs. Baggette said. The Rev. John e. Moehlman pastor urges the attendance o he membership and invites the friends and neighbors of Thi Church to be present. Why were they faithful new York Jesuit priest investigates attendance by Herman r. Allen a writer for a Long time Jesuit father Joseph b. Schuyler had wondered at the faithfulness of a Large group of men and a Small group of boys who voluntarily gave of themselves to their Church. All through the night Between the first saturday and sunday of each month the 800 to of them entered their new York City Catholic Church in shifts prayed for an hour and quietly went Home in the Early morning hours youngsters Between the Ages of 10 and father Schuyler said can be seen trudging along quiet perhaps still darkened streets entering the Parish Church assisting the priest offer mass returning Home for breakfast just As their age mates Are rolling out of Why asked father Schuyler a Fordham University sociologist were the men willing in interrupt their sleep and go out sometimes in bitter cold to take part in the All night Devotion he asked in a report to the american sociological society s recent convention explains this Immanuel hours change this sunday sunday services Baptist Church in be changed Day. at Immanuel Florence will thu Fin during the summer the schedule was changed so As to permit ear Lier services at . The schedule to be resumed to Morrow will include a morning worship service at or. E. E. Colvin. Pastor urges his members to note this change. Questionnaires in search of an answer to these questions which he said May be asked of any religious father Schuyler passed out questionnaires to 800 nocturnal Adora Tion society men in the Bronx and to 50 altar boys As Well As other Church groups. To encourage Frank replies the papers were to be returned unsigned. The 141 men who filled out the nocturnal adoration form expressed some 70 different motives. With some men stating More than one motive there were 150 expressions in the category of giving to thanksgiving and the like. Forty displayed a Hope of per Sonal save my peace of mind in worldly prob thirty nine of the 50 altar boys responded after being cautioned against giving merely Nice an majority reply Here again the majority gave replies indicating purely religious motivation. Twenty nine asked Why they undertook to serve mass chose this from among eight possibilities on the questionnaire because it brings me very close to Christ and the second most frequent reason was because i like to serve asked what arc the chief Bene fits you get from most boys selected either the happiness of being a o s e r to Christ or the Joy of serving eighty four adults of other groups such As the men s holy name society returned the filled in general questionnaire. Among most frequent answers to Why they joined Church societies were these makes me a better the holy name society com Prises the Lay right if the Church in summarizing Chance to work for god and help the the ideals of personal Sanctis cation and helping in summarizing his report a her Schuyler said the evidence is Strong that the highest religious values of the Church Are those which Moti vate these parishioners in their religious Union with god and increase in his Grace or Belgrade bans Book Belgrade sept. 6 Slavia has officially banned import and distribution of the Book the new class for former communist Leader Milovan Djilas. He s serving three years in prison for anti communist writings in St. John s to hold rally Day sunday this sunday will be rally Day at St. John s episcopal Church All the members of the Church Are urged to attend one of the four ser vices of the Day. These will con Sist of 8 ., communion a Church school promotion Cera Mony and rally at . Morning prayer and Sermon a . And evening prayer and address at Royall school mis Sion at 6 . The Church school promotion sen ice which will be for All Chil Dren and their parents will include Brief addresses on audio visuals in the Church by Maitland Chase attendance by c. Whistle Smith and the birthday thank offering certificates of promotion will be Given to each child by Frank ban Well. The Short service will be conducted by the Church schoo superintendent Paul Davis and the clergy the Rev. Joseph Horn Anc the Rev. Joseph Dirando. Music will be under tie direction of miss Bolty Darby. Hospitality hour usually scheduled after the . Ser vices will be held after the . Rally service. At this time he parents will be Able to meet he teachers of the various classes of the Church school. Churches adopting orphan children Turbeville sept. 6 Sev eral churches of the original free Ivill Baptist denomination in the South Carolina association Are adopting children from the f. W. B. Children s Home Here. By the Rev. Harvey a Coburg superintendent explains it Means that churches have Tak n on themselves obligations to assist in the clothing of respective children at their mrs. Winnie Thigpen District or Hanage chairman adds an Appeal or More churches to follow in his movement. Presently seven churches have adopted children and two oth is have pledged stated amounts Oward helping the youngsters those listed on a bulletin from irs. Thigpen s office Are Darling first f.w.b. Church Florence first f. W. B. Church horse ranch Church Manning Church Lack River Andrews Church ast Side Florence Church Beu a Pamplico Church new town at first Baptist Church Harris ordination service held wednesday youth evangelist Buck Harris with or. E. L. Byrd after service. Beach Church approves plan for building special Lottie Myrtle Beach sept. 6 make City Church toward Church. And Salem returned missionary Pamplico Church Pamplico sept. 6 a re turned missionary from Africa will leak at the 11 o clock service sunday at first Baptist Church Here. Miss Neale Young of near Flor ence who has made numerous appearance about the area since her the Western press. His from the Field speak was smuggled out of this country the Rev. Claude n. Campbell and published in new month. York last i pastor Hend. Invited the Public to at lans to expand he Church Plant y construction of a Edu National building were approved unday by the congregation of Yrtle Beach s first Baptist Church. Construction is expected to begin within ninety Days. The three Story fireproof Structure will be erected on Church owned property immediately in the rear of he pres ent Sanctuary. The first phase calling for an expenditure of for hulling the entire building and completing the main or second floor will be financed in part through a Bond Sale to Church members and others interested. Details and arrangements for the program will be handled by the Providence Church plan inc. Of Atlanta whose representative j. C. Johnson explained the finance simple prayer banned by Jersey state Law associated fress god is great. God is Good and we thank him for this food. By his hand we All Are fed thank thee for our daily for years children at Edge water Park school in new Jersey lad piped this simple prayer be Ore lunch. Then this Spring came a com plaint Grace before meals Vio ated a state Law which prohibits religious exercises in Public schools. The state attorney general found ilm self forced to agree. The new Jersey episode was just the first in a series of re Igloo in the classroom cases hat have sent educators and re Gigious leaders to their typewriters his year. Since then the new York state commissioner of education has ruled that display of the ten commandments in new Hyde Park classrooms would cause Dissen Ion detrimental to the Well being of the ing plan to the members sunday. Ita time new it was also announced that the Church s prior building loan of has been completely paid. The fast growing membership of the Church made possible the ment in six years of the 15-year obligation. Plang for the new educational Structure have been under study for the past several years by a special Survey and planning co Mintlee headed by c. C. I built. Presenting the proposal to the was the building plans committee of which Henry 3onnette, chairman of the Board of deacons is chairman. Other members of the committee Are Tom Merrill h. Tallevast Tommy Nance and Arthur Vereen. Cedar swamp methodist Church recently dedicated at Kingstree. New edifice at Kingstree dedicated Kingstree sept. 6 the Ini tial service in Cedar swamp meth Odist Church s new building was held Here last sunday. The new building was recently completed and affords a seating capacity of 120, with the use of folding doors in the contemporary design. The Rev. D. H. Poston. Pastor and the Rev. J. F. Lake City District superintendent were in charge of the dedication service. The first service in t h e Church known As Cedar swamp was held in 1820 under a Brush Arbor. This Fellowship Mode up a part of the Black River circuit. During 1853 the Church was organized und a bunding was erected under the leadership of John Ervin Scott. Joseph b. Chandler and or. John c. Williams. All i rep of these men Are now buried in the Church cemetery. This original build no served us a House of worship until the Early ir90 ism a Church Edi fice built on a different to Cailynn with a d. A Norrien. S. 11. and j. Y. Mogill in the Effort Hyde Park Case was under Way however a new York state court was upholding the education com missioner in his decision to recommend to schools that they in Sert the words under god in the pledge of allegiance. In 1954 Congress passed a Law amending the official pledge to read one nation under god commissioner James e. Allenjr. Moved to make new York practice conform but was challenged by a citizen who said compulsory use of the words under god violated the state and Federal constitutions. The court held however that the complaint was groundless. It said believed that the first amendment to the . Cons Titu was intended to prevent establishment of a state religion but was not intended to prevent or prohibit the growth and develop ment of a religious religious journals have been full of articles exploring the significance of these cases. The Jesuit Magazine America n its aug. 17 Issue Calls the new Jersey mealtime prayer Case just another example of the absurd conclusions that follow from Blind application of the so called principle of Church end the seventh Day adventist Magazine signs of the times car Ries an article this month which says there Are Many arguments in favor of teaching religion and the Bible in the Public however it says endless controversy and inequity under the. Law lie ahead if religion it to be taught in any the answer to the dilemma says the writer Richard Lewis is to rely upon the Home and the a june statement by the Board of Christian education of the presbyterian Church in the .a. Northern says we Are deter minted to encourage educators to work for a carefully defined religious dimension in the Public it cautioned however that the fundamental principle that there shall be no establishment of Reli Gion by government be preserve Many educators Are wording hard to find an acceptable formula for religious based moral training. Moravian Church racial stand Bethlehem pa., sept. 6 it the world moravian Church to Day took a stronger stand against racial prejudice adopting a Reso Lution opposing any discrimination in our midst because of race or the Resolution revised before passage originally read we will not belittle any one in our midst. Synod delegates meeting in Gen eral session to debate the report of the committee on doctrine favored rewording the Resolution be cause they Felt the original did t express accurately a definite stand by the the Synod also adopted a new arrangement of designating con Sliment branches of the Church. They will be known As Unity pro Vinces Synodal provinces or associate provinces. Pastor Byrd officiates in ceremony climaxing a summer filled with youth meetings throughout Texas and other parts of the Southwest and Central states George Lee Roy Buck Harris or. Was ordained into the gospel ministry wednesday night. The Young Florence evangelist who became Well known through his work As a High school student Leader in the Florence Christian crusade rally was ordained in a ceremony at first Baptist Church. His pastor or. Edward a Byrd officiated in the ordination which was attended by a Largo number of members and visitors. The Rev. Or. Harris is a Mem Ber of the Florence Church. He is currently a student at Baylor University in Texas. He is the son of or. And mrs. Lee Roy Harris of 520 West Palmetto St. S. W. Shanko Church music director began the ceremony with an Organ prelude. The congregation Sang More about the recommendation of the or Daining Council preceded the presentation of the Bible by the Kev. Silas h. Garrison assistant Tor. Edward l. Byrdjr. Rendered the Solo on a hugged or. Byrd then delivered a challenging message on ardor and accuracy after which the Ordina Tion prayer and laying on of hands ritual was instigated. A certificate of ordination w a 5 then presented followed by the prayer and Benediction by uie or dance. Five Points schedules Luther film making another appearance in a Florence Church is the film Martin scheduled to night at 8 in five Points Baptist Church. This renowned Christian film is much i demand among protes Tant churches. It gives the details concerning Martin Luther s stand which threw the world into a re i Tiitu chaos and established protestantism. Drama is at a Peak when the reformation period was begun and Luther s dramatic Appeal be fore the diet of Worms is a High Light of the picture. The Rev. Bill Howard pastor urges the attendance of his Church members and invites the Public. Christ crusade tent reopens monday night under the direction of laymen and pastors of churches through out Florence Tho crusade for Christ tent meeting on Douglas Street Extension will reopen Mon Day night at 8. The tent which has been trans planted at Mission Points through out the City features evening ser vices directed by various Chris Jan laymen and ministers. Services were discontinued at the Douglas Street location due to the recent Florence area Christian crusade. Royal visit sought Georgetown sept. 6 u British Guiana s new executive Council showed no indecision in its first official act. It unanimously agreed Princess Margaret should visit Here on her trip to Trinidad next april to inaugurate he new West indies nation of the Commonwealth. Sermon topics Central methodist the Burden of re 8 . God and our frus Lra Greenwood Baptist ., or. H. G. Hammett guest speaker. 8 ., full bellies and empty East Side free will 11 , Are you a 8 . Or Wilst i Rejali Elci inn . The Alpha and Omega by the Rev. C. P. Coble Piest speaker. 7 . Evening family hour the kingdom of god by the Rev. C. P. C6blc. Jim Amir pm. How to live joyously Nyrl i . The seventh command Seiil Pamplico first 11 ., miss Neale Young re turned missionary from Africa will speak. P.m., imitating Westminster presbyterian 11 ., message by the Rev. Lacy Harwell. P.m., he forgot five fulfil Balm 11 . A report on the Billy Graham new York crusade by the pastor. 8 ., tomorrow he is. Paul Melli Ollil . Message by the rav. James f. District superintendent. P.m., doing our bust for i Etc Nazit in Pilsl 11 ., sixty seconds from 8 . The piss Ali Neil Rignry trove mall Mills 10 . Pis Rali contemporary 11 . Piney Grove con cup ornery finl the new . i ., compliment or con miss Betty Russell a will speak sunday afternoon p. M. Special service singing the gospel Mission Highway 301 North Natl to Star Mylor co

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