High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 6 1972, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 6, 1972, High Point, North Carolina A High Point end hit saturday Moy 6, 1972 wow i i i 1221 involved in Hunion needs illustrated didst luvs i i scripture Luke 22 24-27 hebrews 13 1-3 James 1 27, 2 14-17. By Alfred j. Buescher desire for personal glory and prestige is unbecoming a Christian As Christ s own purpose was not to be served but to serve. A Luke 22 2427. Brotherly love hospitality and compassion Are sacred duties of christians directed to All men not limited to other christians. A hebrews 13 13. God requires both a Good words and Good works a True worship of him and service to others undefiled by worldly motives. A James 1 27. No Christian can honestly love god and remain insensitive to the desperate needs of others. A James 2 14-17. Golden text Matthew 25 40. This week s Church Calendar Mon lieu Avenue revival services will be held in Mon lieu Avenue United methodist Church sunday through thursday starting at 7 30 p in. The speaker will be the Rev. Lloyd Hunsucker minister of College place United methodist Church in Greensboro. The Rey. Gary h. Brown minister said that Nursery facilities will be available. Hillcrest Baptist Kernersville Hillcrest Baptist Church it. I Kernersville will hold revival services starting sunday and continuing through Friday. The evangelist will be the Rev. Charles Stines pastor of King s first Baptist Church. He is a graduate of Wake Forest University and Southeastern Baptist theological Seminary and has been in King since december of 1970. Music for the services will be directed by Ray Whitaker according to the pastor the Rev. Vincent g. Wall. Church of Christ Virgil Hale evangelist will present a the gospel of Christ a in the Church of Christ on Highway 68 each night at 7 30 through sunday. James Stutts minister is leading the singing i n the services which began monday. Temple memorial choir Day will be observed in Temple memorial Baptist Church sunday at the la a. In. Worship with the senior choir no. I the Young adult choir and the gospel choir participating in the joint concert. Richard j. Nixon will direct the choirs assisted by the Rev. L. L. Macon pastor of the Church located at 316 Taylor St. Speaker Thomas j. Mullen associate Dean of Earlham College s school of religion in Richmond ind., will be the speaker sunday As Springfield friends meeting observes its 199th year of continuous service. In addition to his Post in the school of religion Mullen is a member of the colleges Board of trustees and is a minister at Large he is to speak at the la . Worship. Pleasant Grove memorial Day and Homecoming will be observed sunday in pleasant Grove methodist Church. The guest speaker for the la a. In. Worship will be a former pastor the Rev. Herbert t. Penry. A picnic lunch will follow the morning service. Family night congregations of s. Main and College Village United methodist churches will gather at College Village sunday at 6 30 p. In. For family night. Heidelberg Thomasville a a special Parent teenage evening will be held sunday at 5 p. In. In Heidelberg United Church of Christ. Two features Are planned the showing of a filmstrip and a message by Elmo Allgood senior High school principal. This will be followed by a question and answer discussion period under pie meetings theme a Concrete ways to close the generation Harmony memorial revival meetings will begin sunday and continue through saturday in Harmony memorial Baptist Church on Burton Street. The Church is meeting at Post no. 1960, vow. The visiting pastor will be the Rev. J. Charlie Monk jr., of Brentwood Baptist Church. Poplar Ridge the Poplar Ridge friends meeting will observe Homecoming memorial Day services sunday. Barney Pierce pastor will give the Homecoming address. Lunch at the old building will follow the morning worship. The memorial service will get under Way at 1 30 . Ground breaking ground breaking for the first unit of the Wesleyan arms retirement Center sponsored by first Wesleyan Church on n. Centennial Street will be held sunday at the conclusion of the Church s morning worship. Tringale Archdale a the annual Homecoming of t r i n d a i e Baptist Church will be held sunday with lunch to follow the la . Service. The pastor the Rev. Stanley Earomirski will preach at the morning service. A program of special singing by the Oakley family of Burlington will begin at 2 . Here will be no evening services. Saint Matthews two preaching services will be held sunday in Saint Matthews holiness Church on Meredith Street according to the pastor elder a. G. Garlington Eider Frank Logan will preach at 3 . And evangelist Louise Hawkins will preach at 8 . Revival services will begin worship w Ith us. 9 45 . Sunday school 10 40 . A morning worship Sermon by or. Clyde porker a making of 20th Century disciples 7 30 . Evening worship Sermon by Rev. J. A. Grout Tell take mine now Quot 7 30 .-wednesday-Bible study Rev. J. A. Grout pastor or. Clyde Parker associate pastor first Wesleyan Church 1911 North Centennial ave. A monday at 7 30 . Conducted by elder Theodore Rice. Lay revival first Baptist Church on n. Main Street will hold a Layman a revival sunday through wednesday starting with sundays la . Worship. The theme is guest speakers will be Albert Lineberry of Greensboro and Albert Long former unc athlete. They will be at two of the services and Church Lay people will be featured in the remainder of the meetings. Friendly Baptist Friendly Baptist Church on new Street will have a youth weekend revival concluding on sunday. Services will begin at 7 30 . Today and sunday. Tonight a service will be led by Young people of Union Cross Baptist and sundays will be presented by youth of Friendly Baptist. A dinner on the grounds will follow sundays la . Worship in Observance of the arrival of the Rev. Billy Long As full time pastor of the Church. Freewill the Angel family of Bryson City will sing during sundays c. E. Minister Charles Adams a native High Pointer is to become the minister of Christian education at High Point friends meeting effective july i. A son of or. And mrs. John t. Adams of route 5, Adams is presently filling a similar Post in first congregation Christian Church in fort Lauderdale Fla. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina and Earlham school of religion. Prior to his Florida Post Adams served As a friends minister on Indiana and As National youth Secretary of friends United meeting in Richmond ind. La . Worship in first original freewill Baptist Church on Gaines Avenue just off Baker Road. City Union the City Union will meet sunday at 3 . In Calvary Baptist Church 808 Hilltop St. Calvary Nazarene Homecoming will be observed sunday in Calvary Church of the Nazarene on w. Fairfield Road. A former pastor the Rev. Glen Vanhook will preach at the morning service. Also the Dixie Melody boys of Kinston will sing at both the sunday school and morning worship hours. Dinner on the grounds will be held following the morning service and the quartet is to sing in the afternoon. Lay led revival Archdale a a two Day Lay led revival will be held tonight and sunday in first Baptist Church. A Donald Green of Hickory will Lead a 10-member team of laymen in presenting the revival. Services will begin at 7 30 p. In. Today and at la a. In. And 7 30 p. In. Sunday. Evangelical revival services led by the Rev. W. H. Key. Will continue tonight and sunday in evangelical methodist Church at the Burton Street Joe Moore Road. The revival began april 30, and services Start at 7 30 p. In. Teacher appreciation the congregation of Calvary United methodist Church will hold a Church school teacher appreciation banquet starting at 6 30 p. In. Today. Or. Eldora Terrell is to be the guest speaker and the Church a youth singers will provide music. The Rev. Hank Thompson minister o f Thomasville a Trinity United methodist will be the speaker at a breakfast for the Church men and youth sunday at 7 30 a. In. Spring revival Thomasville the Spring revival of Friendship Baptist Church will begin Sun Day and continue through Friday. The Rev. Rankin Cheek pastor said that the Rev. Evan Church will Lead sundays 3 p. In. Service. Week night services and the visiting pastors will include monday the Rev. Or. Young tuesday the Rev. O. B. Cook wednesday the Rev. Moses Caldwell thursday the Rev. J. G. Gaston and Friday the Rev. J. W. Flake. In each Case the visiting pastor will be accompanied by his churches choir. Crusade the annual crusade for Christ sponsored by the Church of god of prophecy will continue through thursday at the churches state campgrounds on old Mill Road. Services begin at 7 30 p. In. Daily. The crusade speaker will be Bishop Elwood Matthews International director of evangelism for the Church of god of prophecy of Cleveland. Tenn. Bishop Matthews is also chaplain at Tomlinson College in Cleveland. His wife Roberta will participate in the nightly services. Special music by trios quartets and youth choirs will be a part of the crusade. Or i ag1�1&Quot a Christian so Janet Church first Church of Christ scientist toc will k Arth it Al to of services son. A 11 . Wed. A 8 . Sunday school 9 30 . Pupils to ago of 20 Reading room tues. 2-4 . Wed.6 30 to 7 30 pm sat. 10am-12 noon All Are Welcome Calvary Assembly of god 1500 Guyer Street Quot holding the word above the world Quot Daniel r. Duncan pastor ii Church of Jesus firl Cosu oneness pentecostal Mendenhall re. Off w. Fairfield High Point n. C. And whatsoever be do in word or deed do All in the name of the lord Jesus giving thanks to god and the father by him. Col. 3 17 Catholic meet now a in open r by George w. Cornell a religion writer new York a the lure of secrecy is gone now. The a Laura of mystery no longer prevails their president put it. The private process is out in the open. What a it like generally ifs routine often tedious yet also revealing. That a the impression observers brought away from an initial look at the inner Workings of a meeting of the nations roman Catholic Bishops the first Catholic Church Hierarchy in the world to admit reporters and others followup comment has dwelt on the common pros in although much of the proceedings in Atlanta ga., the tightness of the Agenda and avoidance of Clear debate there also were intriguing glimpses into ecclesiastical diplomacy and Man Euver. A ifs a matter of tactics a Bishop Ernest j. Primeau of Manchester n.h., observed at one Point. The discussion was Over whether the Bishops should petition the Pope to permit lowering of the present 35-year a minimum for deacons to 25 or 30. A if we go for 25, perhaps the holy see will Grant 30,�?� Bishop Primeau suggested. A if we ask for 30, we might get 33.�?� nevertheless the decision was to try Only for 30. Many Touchy Points that percolated briefly to the surface were quickly passed Over without action a momentary Ripple on the generally even paced flow of reports and presentations. As in meetings f the methodist Council of Bishops or the episcopal House of Bishops there was a distinctive tone of fraternal Solidarity and Mutual a in group rank among Peers. A Welcome to the club gentlemen a the a president John Cardinal Krol t it John Cardinal Krol put it when new Bishops were introduced. He injected notes of a fall the o s e opposed say altogether 237 Bishops were present. Fair havens n 200 w. Springdale sunday school 9 45 . Morning worship 11 00 . Evening worship 7 30 . Prayer meeting wed. 7 30 . Rev. . Secures pastor Welcome Church of god e. Green a High Point . Herron minister pm. 882-4729 sunday school 9 15 worship services ii .and 7 per training hour wed. 7 30 . Of my people which Are called by my name Thall Humble themselves and Pray and seek my face and turned from their wicked ways then i will hear from heaven and forgive their sin and will heal their land. Chron. La 7-14 t Springfield Baptist Church 1322 Baker Road a or a bin Bobby Loving pastor 9 45 . A sunday school ill of am. Worship service 7 30 . Evening worship mid woo k Sonvico 7 30 . Foo sus Sirks 4 1-301 s teaching and broaching Tho fundamental doctrines and gospel of Christ Jesus. 4 1 neighbourhood Baptist Church 705 Nance St. High Point . Sunday school. 10 00 . Morning worship i Loo . Evangelistic service 7 30 . Wednesday service7 30 . Rev. Ronnie Akins pastor Eyestone is invite a o a it a Fitt Headquarters for charismatic Rooks religious records and it cassettes. 314 n. Main St. Sheraton hotel phone 883-1997 Hish Point Baptist Camp meeting rally service a May 13 a place Woodland Baptist Church n. Main St. High Point speaker Rev. A. B. Asbill time 7 30 p. M. Special singing by Church choir come and see a Miracle of god Rev. A. B. Sabiu was Given or twice by doctors to die but the lord touched him. Bring All your family and hear this Man of god. A spurt Aai Quot it ram p a i s v a brother Leland will be speaking in 11 00 morning worship service. Special evangelistic service Grace Pellowski Baptist Church 2700 East Green drive evangelist a John a. Leland preaching famous Sermon Buck out at Calvary sunday night. May 7th service time 7 p. M. Public is cordially invited to attend a my a end r revival services May 7-11 at 7 45 . Evangelist Rev. Woodrow Hill song Leader or. For Taylor English re. Baptist Church ii English re. Samuel e. Hill. He is a graduate of High Point Central High school in class of 1935. He has his . From Carson Newman College and the. M. From Southern Baptist theological Seminary. He was ordained by Green Street Baptist Church in High Point . Rev. Hill was for the past seven years pastor of the first Baptist Church of Thomasville and is presently on the staff of the biblical recorder newsmagazine of the Baptist state convention of North Carolina. Rev. Hill has three children James Hill William Hill and Collis Hill of High Point. Rev. Hill s daughter Collis Hill Charlton and husband Paul Charlton will sing for the services tuesday May 9. A / or. Hill is a native of f god radiance fill the world bringing to each and every one of us a ene of Newneka a rebirth of Hope and Promise. 8 35 messages of Faith mfr 1230 on am or. Price a 9 40 sunday school 10 55 morning worship 3 00 Power line 5 45 training program 7 00 evening worship a place of Bibl study for everyone special losses for the deaf and retarded. All the Way Quot or. Price a radio ministry for Young people a program featuring our children s choirs performing the music used in the recent state festival. Green Street Baptist Church Green or. At Mangum St. . Price . Pastor main Sanctuary. Educational Ruhling

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