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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 19 _ 1HE LEUIBRIDGE HIRAID Solurday, Apill 1, 1971 esus movement conflict grows Ily A I'OMNG note lins Ix-i'ii struck in the eiicmm- ter of Hie Jesus movement and the triiditinnal duirdi. It Iwuml Ij come awl it car- ries (lie seeds of continuing; conflict for (lie Christian church. Tliciv to three aspects of Ihe Jesus j one as far as the. public is con- cerned. This is mifortHiialc nnd Hie several manilcslalions of religious need to be carefully sorted out for they differ drastically. Tlie first aspect of tile Jesus movement is commercial. It centers around the record, and Rrontlv-AV production, "Jesus Christ Superstar." A folk rock nKnvmc-m which blend intojonor.i, it has catchy tunes and a ponutlJTir! pace. The theology Ls Man, presenling Ji-siis as a confused and bewildered hu- inanilarian. The material, cast and song have enjoyed popular acceptance like any other commercial musical. It will fade, for Bi-oadway always looks lo seasons nnd new stars. The Clu'ldren of God is nu international movement, mx'iis for coniplainl Slate and Church friction By CORNELL Al' llolisiim Wrili'r churches from speaking 1 mil rm social concerns. liavc used llic lhrea( of a loss ol lax exemptions as .1 lever .Some chin-ell groups have said against church aclivily an is NEW YORK (AIM Friction inttrnal revenue service agents sues of general public concern. be-Uveeii slate and church is moving inlo souu- touchy areas in the- United SOIIM churches cump'.ain o? i rt-.s lo slop their stands on public issues nnd of government spying on church j perscmiicl. IT I The latest protest camo In a 1 f 1J f ft I briof with the U.S. Su-: WlLiL U PORT ELIZABETH (AT) A white Roman Catholic bi prcrne Courl, contending thai mili tanp surveillance lias in- clwled church Iraders nnd Uiat n rillllv, It violaErs guarantees of rcli- freedom. I u-hilc -m to remain with Such govc-rnmciit mvosUgti- muiau0 flock In this Soulli lion activity noviidays is "n> pletc vilh examples of spocial invasion into religious ot tour national reli- gious organizations >aid iii fl friend of tlie court brief. It was filed in connection with case brought Ly Liic American to ban military investiga- tions of peaceful, lawful activi- ties of persons outside Lhe armed forces. African city. "I'm determined to fulfil my said Rev. John Clif- ford He has been threatened with eviction Irom his home in Gel- vandalc Touiisliip and has legal fiction of race classifica lie said. "I've worked and wilh the so calkd r.on-while peo- pie for 20 years. How ran I now be acciLswJ of He describes his parishioners as bitter. spun out of the JesiLs people that blossomed in California and Texas. Absolute, lolal al- legiance to their fundaincnUiI brniul of religion Is demanded of nK-mbcvs. Young people change theii- names, often leave home, and proclaim a me.csape of Innuccliatc doom. iMosf of them seem in be a wrathfulj (urioiti sect: 'Flic tra- ditioniil efiurrl] Ls Hie enemy anrt Amencau society Ihe vil- lain, lit some areas lha con- flict within family and com- munity has become so intense that a counter organization has been formed, called Par- ents' Comnnttco (a Free Our Children from the Children of God. Wiilo proclauning valid truths of the Bible (judgement of a sensuoius culture, criticism of n lazy churclO they appear [o ignore the lo ;e and peace and rcconcUiLation of the New Testament. Tlie third and, to tliis writer, the most significant, aspect of tlie movement Is the stir- ring of so mtuiy young people and children to a new and vital to Josiu Clirist. The rise of religion for many is nothing less than the mov- ing of Lhe Holy Spirit in indi- vidual lives. It is activated by need for certainly iu a cen THE SALVATION ARMY Corpt Oflicer CAPT. AND MRS. H. COBB 1302 4tli Avenue S. Scliool Worship Service! WE INVITE YOU TO MAKE THE ARMY YOUR CHURCH HOME NORBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH Tho Evangclicol Church In Canada 1402 B Avo. N. PASTOR: N. W. HEEBNEfl .School Worship Special Music by Zachaiias Family Service EVERYONE CORDIALLY WELCOME. Church of the vth Avo. ord liilh Si. S. -Phono 327-8827 REV. R. G. DEAS1CY, Minister Res. 327-J786 EASTER SUNDAY SERVICES Worsliip and .Sunday School Family Service. Easier procession nml Yoiilli pre- sentation of The CliallcMUie of The Cross. Singing by Hio Combined Choirs. Service. Subject: Tho Joy of Easter Combined Clioirs Will Sing Midweek Services As Usual EASTER SUNDAY Set vice Liturgy a.m. ST. PETER PAUL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH 7 Avo. ond 12 St. i o[ change. It is a yearn- entified! .ng- for morfll spiriuiill in a society drenched sexploitation, an adver- tising avalanche to buy buy buy, and a nation that talks i pence and builds bigger bombs. hey do not look upon me FLS hluldrwis o( thou-sanus of white. Im their priest and they TAX sible prosecution for illegal oc- cupation under I he Group Arons Act. This specifies where the various races mnv live and "5." Foune. Thu jiisl cannot understand I should he moved away from them." Tlw parishioners are deter- mined to keep Lheir priest with Lhcin. "We want to feel ho'.s near to The churcli fit ing the brief arc I he Uiu tod Clmrcii of Christ's Council for Christian Social Action, the American Friends Service Com- miiice, the Unitarian Univcrsal- ist Association and the National Council of Churches, made up of 33 Protcslaiit nnd de- nominations. They said some congre- gations, members and many church leaders been sub- jected to military surveillance, especially those working with an interdenominational anil -war agency, Clcrgj' and I-aymen Chnremrd about Vietnam Earlier, the policy-making board of the National Council complained that povermnenl lax pressure being iLscd to work. The priest was born land's County Waterforri but came here in IW9 and now is a South African citizen. If Ihe department of commun- ity development docs not grant more priviletfod classes have 'their polilical in Jre- MH independent. For u.s, cur father Ls our security. Wo must Ix? able to to him at any time o[ Lhe night or day. "It will be no good lo us at all him a special permit to remain in Lhe area, he is "prepared and happy" to apply for reclas-sifica- lion as a non-white. "Maybe lhat will expose Lhe Father CHHord has to live somewhere else nnd come In to Gclvanrtale every day." The Indian town ship of Mala- bar is also pnrt of Father Clif- ford's pariah, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 1203 A AVE. S. SUNDAY a.m.-CJOC "The TRUTH That HEALS" School Service "UNREALITY" WEDNESDAY Meeting HEADING ROOM p.m. Open Tues., Thurs., Sat. National Art Cavalcade marks S.A.'s 90th birthday TORONTO In the obser- vance of its 90th anniversary in Canada, The Salvation Army is trying a new approach to informing people of its human- itarian and spiritual services the help of a group of Toronto artists, The National Art Cavalcade, CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST -425 lllh 51. S. J. R. CHAPMAN, Mirmtcr Mr. D. Maisey, Organiil Family Service a.m. fWorship service for adults S.S. Classes for Children) Evening Service p.m. EVERYBODY WELCOME an exhibit covering a wide spec-triim of artistic interpre- tation, i.e. water colors, oils, counte drawing, charco.ils etc., began its cross-country jour- ney nt Victoria in early Jan- uary, and will all major eenlrcs in Canada during 1572. The Calvncade consists of ap- proximately 60 pieces of art expressly prepared for Tlie Salvation Army by The Ontar- io Institute o[ Painters and presented free of charge. Lakeview Mennonite Brethren Church M09-29lh Slreet So. H. f. NIKKEL, Co.ordinalor Ph. School Worship Service EASTER PROGRAM Tumble doll BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS 633 7lh St. Soulli 11 :M ol Bread School HESUHIIECTION OF JESUS CHRIST" Speaker: Mr. Pickford A Hearly Welcome Awaits You Herel The first tumble doll was an image of Buddha, a Chi- nese god. Such dolls were weighted at (lie bottom for! the Chinese believed Buddha could not. fall. Push this doll over and it bobs up again. The Chinese name for it means "stuck, not falling." young people, the New Testa- ment has become a relevant and thrilling book but the Ijook is absut a Person, not on idea cr concept. The result of all Ihis Is mixed. One comment, by Peter Adgie. Jie pastor of the United Church, Los Alamos, N.M., is timely: "During (be pnsl month n number of high school students in Los Alamos have committed llieir lives to Christ in a man- ner which perhaps can best bo described, as sudden and won- derful, although inexplicable to some. .Some of those who have found a new vision of Clu-Lst are from the United Church, but many are. from the com- munity at large. Their zeal, earnestness ami eagerness to learn more of their Savior is amazing In see; heartwarming to some, disconcerting to others. "Clearly, these new Christ- ians need support, understand- ing, compassion, and love, as they lake their first steps in Christian life. From var- ious parts of our community they have already experienced ridicule, rejection, severe cri- ticism and scorn, and thcra are even those who are at- tempting to stamp out tlaeir faith ere it can be anchored in prayer and the Bible. "Christians in (lie United Church! Talk with these stu- dents, help I hem whenever you can, go mil of your way to know them, and pray for them! How happy and Lhanklul we are thai the Holy Spirit has found them." Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church Invites you to lislcn to the Hack to God Hour every Sun- day night at p.m. over CIIKC radio. Today Rev. Ncdcrhood will speak on BREAKING THE DEATH HABIT. It is hard for man lo believe the resur- rection, but for those who believe in Jesus Christ a totally new death defying way of existence opens up, IJsten in to the message of hope from the Scriptures. The Christian Reformed church is located at 1807 2nd Avo. 'A1 North in the city. Services at It a.m. and 7 p.m. You are invited cordially. 1202 3rd Avenue b. Mtrmlersi D. GOIDSMITH J. KRESTIN5KI 10.00-5UNDAY SCHOOL SERVICE 7.00 -EVENING SERVICE DIAL-A-THOT 327-4581 April 9th Can. Bible College Choir a.m. DEDICATE GIDEON BIBLES ai a continuing mnmorial Ph. 327-5322 or 328-4565 PLACED IN HOTELS, SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, PRISONS EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 12th Ave. ond Mayor Magrnth Drivi Phone 327.6113 Pa.lor, REV. H. J. JOST School Service "THE GLORIOUS EASIER MORNING" Evening Service "FACTS ABOUT CHRIST'S RESURRECTION" A CORDIAL INVITATION TO CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720 21st Ave. S. SUNDAY Study Service WEDNESDAY Study 323-2703 or 327-7S91 KVEIIVONE CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE SALVATION HEALING MIRACLES Paslor: Rev, I, W. Roycroft Corner Jlh Ave. and lOfh Si. S. in c Service Service p Service SOUTH LETHBRIDGE ROMAN CATHOLIC PARISHES EASTER MASSES ST. PATRICK'S CORNER Xlh AVE. ond lOtli Sr. HOLY p.m. Easier Vnil EASTER SUNDAY-7 a.m., 9 a.m., a.m., 12 Noon ASSUMPTION 2405 12th AVE S. HOLY SATURDAY p.m., Easier Vigil EASTER SUNDAY- -3 a.m., a.m., 1 I a.m., p.m. rFolk In Hall 1CM5 n.m An IndependfinP Pre Mrllenaiol Tes.amenl BapMil Churth D. OLDF1ELD, Pauor PHONE 023-6173 e a) Ihe, Corner of 5th Ave. and 18lh Si. N Sunday a.m. Morning a m. p.m, KVKRYOM-; WELCOME St. Andrew's PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818 5th Avenue Soulh MiNISTER-THE REVEREND L. D HANWNSON, B.A. ORGAN1S7-MR. W. VANDERKOOY EASTER HAPPENING" p.m JOY" vSchrxil: All cls.sscs Troin nursery to arlult at n.m. Nursery nnd kinrlergarlcn rlnring rlnirch hour also. "Bethel 'Baptist Church 23rd Slreel Ncrlh N. CARLSON, PASTOR Worship Worship Lutheran Churches CHRIST TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 414 12lh Street South Phono 327-0709 PASTOR HAROLD MARTIN Film "HE LIVES" Dny Family Worship IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Corner 6lh Avenue ond Ifllh Streel S, Minister W. F. Stlicepp Phono 327-J336 Office. 328-6987 Res. a.m. -Matins with Communion 9M5 School and Bible Class Worship with Communion Lurtieran Church of the Good Shepherd ELCC llth Avenue ond 14th Slrcet South PASTOR AlBERT OLSON am.- Sunday School Service Communion First Sunday of Each Month Uslen lo Lutheran a.m. CFAC Calflarv ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA SAINT AUGUSTINE'S Corner 4lh Avenue and llih Sired South Rector: Rev- R. t. Cristieldj B.A., B.D. Associoto Rev. R. Doyle, B A., L.l.H. Organfir ond Choir Director Mr. Edward Greenwood L.T.C.I. CASTER DAY Communion (said) chapel Communion (said) duirch Communion, SI. Monica's Choir Eucharist, Senior Choir, Presentation ol Roxos (Nursery facilities) All departments of Church vScliool Evensong, Senior and SI. Monica's Clioir MIDWEEK SERVICES Thursday, April 6th, a.m. Holy Communion Cor. 12lh St. "C" nd 6lh Ave. N. RECTOR: The Reverend Conor Robert Cowon, B.A., l.Th. ST. MARY THE VIRGIN EASTER SUNDAY Eucharist School In Parish Hal] Eucliarist Discussion Monday a.m. Holy Tuesday a in. Holy Eucharist Saturday p rn. Preparation (or Parish Com- munion THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION OF PRESBYTERIAN, METHODIST AND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES Moderalor: OR. A B. B MOORE. Toronto President of Conference- REV. R. J. THOMSON. Calgary Chairman of Presbytery: REV. KEN JORDAN, Pincher Crcct FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1614 5th Avenue South Minister, Hcv. G. KEITH CHURCHIU. B.A., B.D. Music Director: MR. 1LOYD G. HOPPER, l.R.S.M. Sunrise Sen-ice and Brcaklast Chiu-ch Scliool (or all ages HEAL MEAMXG OF EASTER" Sjieciat Music hy llic Junior and Senior flioirs PILGRIMAGE OF DEVOTION EVCDYOM: WKNCOMF; LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE SEV. J. GAMBIE, PASTOR 520 7th Slreel Home of the StinsTiinc Evangel ITotir Listen every Sunday p.m. CJOC 1220 K.C. School wilh classes for all ages. Worship 7.M ol Evangelism TIIf.SK AUK THE CLOSING SERVICES WITH EVAN- fJKLIST AM) MRS. MILTON fOME f.NO HEAR THEM SINfi, TRAY AND PRrlACII. SOUTHMINSTER 4th Ave. and 1 1 Ih Si. S. MINISTERS: R. W. K. E1LIO1T REV. A. T. KING Musical Direclor: Mr. W. Woollinusg OrrjaniM Emeritus: Mr. A, K. Rutland SUNDAY, APRIL 2, 1972 II :M) family Music: Ls Tliy Name" Hymn" Melccci No Church Sciioo] Services Available McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Serving Southeast Lilhbridgo from 1 5lh Ave. and 24lh St 5. Minister REV. flORENCE WILKINSON f! A., B.D., M. Th Clioir Director: Mr. H. Von Eqtc-rcn Organist: MRS. C GSFFNe SUNDAY, APRIL 2, 1972 Sunday Service "SICICIXG IS HKMEVIN'O" No Sunday .Scliool CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 9.30 and Intermediate Depl. (3 (o U yrs.) and Primary On 7 vr.s Nursery T'acililies for Tiny Tols FIRST UNITED CHURCH Corner of 5lh Avenuo and 131h Street North Minister: REV. R. E. (Ted] ESKDAIE Jireclor of Musk-MRS. DOROTHY GtOCK AICM, RMT SUNDAY, APRIL 2, 1972 Divine Worship at II a.rn All Sunday School IJepls. Meet nl n m. Nursery Facilities Available "A CITY CHURCH, WITH A [UIRAI, ;