Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, APRIL THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE NINE Church Activities Latter Day Saints '8.15 pstL. and an inter-church ser- At the Latter Day Saints church vice will be held in the same church on school Sunday the Sabbath meet at 19.30 3JH-. by a meeting of the and teachers. Folloislsg School the priesthood groups meet for class vrork. At the eve- mng services of the Lethondge Stake High Council at 11 aja. Good Fnday. The Palm Sunday music mil be: the Uiormag, "He Was j Handel, Miss Marv Needs, solo- j iss, "Open the Gates cl the Tem- Mrs. T. Morgan and and The Kicg of Love My Shep- herd Is." Stults, the 'teen-age girls' of organizations will cease except ripvotional meetings. AH members of the parish are called to use the services provided in order to gain a nea and fuller appreciation, of the passion and death of the only begotten Son of God? The services are as follows: Holy Monday, dav in our church, we trill wor- j tion the people of God, than ship Him as King of Kings and-to the of sin for Lord of Lords. a season; esteeming the reproach In the pjn. Fellowship Ser- of Christ greater nches than, the vice, the theme "sill be the Cross. Itseasare in, Egvpi. At our morning Appropriate hvams, and scripture at 11 aja., Mr. "W. Fick- be in keepicg rath the mes- j ford sill speak upon "Christ's .sage entitled, "Giorjicg in the j Greater Riches." 930 Cross." SchooL service apnropriate to Palm day. Gounod's "Send Oat Thy First Baptist Church the Master knew that the storm Light" Trail be rendered by the cbosr. In the evening service, ihen the speak and a. short report of choir, under the direction of Mrs the general conference at Salt Lake P. In Ante-Cocununion. ill be welcome. The Sunday School, at 10.39 Throughout the Bible -are can read S of public disapproval a-as gather- sermon-taeme is "A Military Ver- Tuesdav. 7.30 a I majors in Bible teaching, and class- of God's covenants. A covenant is t tag. He could hear some of the the choir sing tnean- !es are crowded for aU ages. mutual agreement betwen twos angry muweraigs and felt teat it them by Turner, Sun of My Soul." The Church of the Nazarene or more parties. There is first of i was ready to break when He i Theological debate cas raged annual District Assembly vrali be all a covenant of -norSs, the terms His face steadfastly to go up! around tae meaning and sigmfi- held at tne rene, Holy Wednesday, 10.00 Communion. Maundy Thursday, 9JO Holy Communion. Good Friday, 9.30 Mr. Ward with of God, towards fallen man. At the highest and noblest moiiTe in j cance of the diety of and our evening service, at 730, Mr. hfe. Under the theme, "Message in train Win. Blacker -still speak upon "The j a Pace." the minister will bring Covenants of Promise and the Hope a stirring message in the Of tn Wednesday, 8 Class. in a straight forward and popular The Young People are sponaorinc the TPamily Pellowsbip Hoar" close cf the evening service, and they are very happy to an- nocnce thac George Brown. Jr, wta tell about some of his and cbservaucns in Australia. OK Acnvmss (Ccstinued oa 10J First United The pastor will continue the Len- ten series of messages at both ser- vices on Gunusr. The iheme of the morning sermoa will be "Mercy Por the The sacrament of the Lore's supeer will be observed at this service. Xew members ?.ill be received. The Junior Choir lead tlie praise. The evening sermon wlU be The Pinnacle ol Blessedness." The Senior Choir will tne anthem, So Lovea the Word" (Stam- The Sunday School in all depart- ments Ts.ll! meet at the usual hours. girls' choir, Mrs. P. CuU cirecting. Holy Saturday, 9JSO sing Beethoven s "Creauons l3nd Ante-Coaimunioa. Kvmn." and the church choir will sing Faure's familiar The JDurusg these celebrations She coaioiete history of the passion of our "Lord is read Every evening at 8 nm Cf devotion and "intercession, Saiur- day's being preparation for the Easter Commumoa ishich is one of -he two .veariy times it iocal SL. Andrew's Fresh? terian Sundsv wlil ix; an ap- propriate time to again consider some aspects of the Crucifiijon cf Jesus Christ. The sermon thenie imll about the strange obligator} for each commuEicani of Simon the Cyrenlaa. Tlie ciioj-, J to make his communion, under the direction of Mrs. G.' On Good Friday, from 12 aocri to Broism, will sicg "God So 3 pjn. shere 'Rill be the service of the World" and Janet' the Three Hours' De-vouon. McLeod will sing a solo The Sunday School will meet at tendent. viill preside 200 delegates coi only Adam and Sve, bus Lord. Kis steadfast face pre- from 40 different churches are ex- their that descended from. scats a message that is frougnt By orcinary gecerauons 'hey! with significance for our day. There sinned in Adam and fell hun ss the challenge to oe trae'io con- JG 'hear first tra.isgressScii. There vieuons in the face of is a covenant, of redempiion asd Tnere is a xemjider of tne truth Msuren Rojcrcft. Mr. K. R. Hun-. by grace, favor and mercy i that to pursue. The God is is a member of the Dis'rici i------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Advisorv Boarc. vail also pectsd 10 attend. The delegates froa; 'he churches are. Mrs. rv. H and irla'SS we Church of the Xazarene Sunday be marked in the Church of the Naza- During the evening service _________________________will take a "Look at Calvary" tojrene. 1314-3rd Avenue North, this cengregaisoa is reminded of] see what lesson can learn afresh j coming Lords Day. Rev W. H. the Joint service on Good Fndav-from that all important incident i Robmson. the pastor. -Rill speak at in Soutiimicster church at 11 ajn." of history- The choir anthem -aill 11.30 ajn. on the subject, "Who Is Oa. the evening of Good Friday in Firs; 0mted church, at S pjn.. the choir will present the sacred cantata. "From Olivet to Calvary." the proceeds of mhich will go to the building fund. English Lutheran On Palm Sunday Jesus rode into Jerusalem, and was greeted as a King, vet five 'davs later be, "Behold the Lamb of God" Passion Week Radio Services con- ducted by the Ministerial Associa- tion will begin from St. Andrew's nest Monday as 10.30 pjn. from the scnniure tex: in Matthew "All the city was stirred, saving 'Who is In Jesus' day many said: "He is a. car- some said: "He is a teach- ethers said: "He is a prophet." Today men say "He is our Great St. Starr's, Anglican Christ, before Pilate. During Holy Week, all activities said of Himself. "I am a King To- great many of ttose who had shouted cned out "Crucify Him." Maijy m our cay want to be Christians one day bus, reject Chriss the next by willingly living in sin. These thoughts will be con- sidered in the Palm Sunday service at the Lutheran church at 11 ajn. In the evenicg at 730 the last in a series of Lenten services will be conducted. The Sunday school meets at the church at 12.15. At 2.30 a Lutheran service will be held as ilagrath. Christian Science "Are Sin, Disease, and Death, This question will be an- swered in the Lesson-Sermon at the Christian Science churches to- morrow. IL is taken fiom the EVole and irom Science aad Health with Key to the Scriptures, bv ilarv Baker 3ddy. The Golden Text is: "Why ar; thou case down, O my soul? and why art thou disquieted within .me? hope in God: for I shall yet praise him. who is the health of mv countenance, and aw j Goo." iFsalms Soutbminster United Palm. Sunday as Southmlnster will be marked with special music ss the 11 a.m. and 7.30 services. The church choir will be assisted in the morning praise by the "teen-age choir, and in the evening bv the junior girls' choir, both, under the direction of Mrs Percy Cull. The moramg sermon, will be "You Are An Experiment." A special re- ception of new members, "who will be oat of the citv on Easter San- day will take place. At 7.30 pjn., the minister wsU speak briefly on the relat-onshin of the proposed Youth Centre to the Centre. "Showdown in India" will be the sermon-subject. Can India be given her freedom The situation has taken on fresh developments. Christians need to keep up with tne raoidly chang- ing scenes. At the evening ser- vice the junior girls' choir -Kill sing. Lenten services will be held Mon- dav. Tuescas. Wedcesdav and Thursday in Southmmster at 730- CHRISTADELPHIAN ECCLESIA 633-7th St. South SUNDAY SERVICES God Willing II of Bread. 1230 School. 730 Lecture. Sunject: "The Covenants of Prom- ise, and the Hope of Israel." Speaker: MR. WM. BLACKER Wednesday, 3 Class. All Welcome Christ Is Coming Central Church of Christ 425-llth Sireet South FRANCIS R. JAMES, Minister 10.30 School for all ages. and message: message. 3.30 Hour. Wed. 7 Peoples. Visitors always welcome. IMMANUEL ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH Cor. 6th Ave, and 15th St. S. V. Eicnenlanb, B.D., Pastor. Ees. 710-16th St. N. Phone 4336 Sunday service. scnool. semce. Come and Worship vith tJs! CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Corner 12th St S. and 5th Ave. Bishop's Resident and Office: 6IS-15th St. S. Phone 2633 School. 12 meeting. 7.00 Worship Rearesestatives of the Stake High. Council -arjll be preser.t. AH Wai Be Welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist St. Fourth Are, S. Sanday Service, 11 azn. Subject: "ARE SIN, DISEASE, AND DEATH 12.10 Sunday School- Wednesday Testimony Meet- ing, 800 pjn. Free Reading Room and Lend- ing Library, 325 Twelfth St. S. Hours: Week days, 2.30 to t except public holidays. ALLIANCE TABERNACLE 712-2nd AVENUE SOUTH J. M. BOWKEB a in the series on Jonah. 12.15 School and Bible Class. LAST MESSAGE FROM THE THRONE." >'We extend a cordial welcome to alL" Chrisiadelphian Ecclesia. It, is because of our fcope to par- ticipate in Chnsi's greaser riches thai -ae eadea-.or to orzig our Mas- ter to our remembrance We do this whea we assemble together around His table in obedience to Him. In order that we may these greawr riches of Chnst in she_age to Tie must now en- dure the sufferings anc trials leadeth unto tha; haien of rest. casting in our lot with Moses in i choosing rather to suffer affiic- ST. MARY'S CHURCH (Anglican) Comer 6th Ave. and 12th St. C N. Palm Sunday, April 14, 8 10 Class. i Eucharist and Sermon. Church school. j and Ser- mon at Iron Springs. and Ser- i at Iron Springs. 7.30 oion. ST. AUGUSTIN'S PARISH CHURCH (ANGLICAN) Clerry: Comer of 4th Ave. S. and llth St. S. The Reverend Leslie L. Grant, R.D, Rector. The Rererend Victor E. Smith, Priest-orjanist. Church Office: Mrs. A. R. Lendi. Lord Bishop Saturday. Parochial confinnation. 8 pji The H-verend H. R, Rsgj. of Sunday. Holy CoscsasiRfon. Corporate Comrrmrion for A.Y.PA. Celebrant The Bishop of Calgary. 11.00 MOSNIXG PRAYER AND SERMON. The Right aeverecd H. R. Ragg, 51A-, Lord Bishop of Calgary. Anthem "Benedictas qui Tours. 7'30 EVEKEfO PRAYER. AND SERMON. The Rector. "The or the Cross." SUNDAY SCHOOLS 10-00 ajn. Junior Church School. Mr C. S_ Dawson. Supt. 11 00 Beginners' Sunday School. Miss A. Supt. pja. Rector's Class for Young People. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Corner 5th 4ve. and SiSt St. S. E. L. Garrin, Minister. Mrs. C. Brown, Organist, THE CROSS." LOOK AT CALVARY." We invite yoa to worship fa Ki. THE SALVATION ARMY Street Santh) Officers in and Mrs. A. CartmelL Meeting. Theme: "I WOCLD. YE WOULD NOTE." 3 OO People's comtsany raeetuis. 7.30 Meeting. Theaae: "IF I HAD KNOWN." Thursday. 3 meeting. Friday 11 service. Rev. R. James, guest speaker. The Jubilee nuxed tno will sing. Lister, to the Holy Week Services over CJOG Monday throagh Friday. pjnu. sponsored by the Lethbndge Ministerial Association. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 1314-3rd Ave. North. REV. W. R. ROBINSON, MINISTER 10-30 SCHOOL. "WHO IS A Pata Sunday message. "GLORIFYING IN THE CROSS" STRANGERS AND VISITORS WELCOME. "A Church with a Bible Message." FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 4th Ave. and 8th St. S. REV. GERALD M. WARD, KJL, HuM., pastor Mrs. R. A. Thrall, Choir Leader Miss Elsie Westcott, Organist "MESSAGE IN A School. "A MILITARY 8.45 HOUR featuring George Brown, Jr, in reminiscences and songs. STAFFORDVILLE BAPTIST MISSION 907 Ninth Avenue North Miss Margaret Gegeny. Blissionary. 10.30 School. 7-30 Service. Fifth Avenue North Baptist Sunday pjn PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE "THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH" 520 SEVENTH ST. S. SPECIAL SERVICES FOR SUNDAY REV. HARRY ECCLETON Of Trinidad, British West Indies DON'T MISS THIS OUTSTANDING PREACHER AND MISSIONARY ajn. and p Evangel Hour, CJOC. JOHN COOK, MINISTER JESUS EAVES The United, Church of Canada RIGHT REVEREND JESSE H. ARNTJP, B.A, D.D, Moderator First United Church CORNER FIFTH AVE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. N. REV. R. MAGOWAN, BJ1, Pastor Choir Ben Martia Janet Larson and Mrs. A. Wright 11 Cojnmurlcn. MeditatSon. "MERCY FOR THE MERCIFUL." 7.30 "THE PINNACLE OF BLESSEDNESS." To all pray, and to all wco Co not but tnis CliurcJi opens wide its doors, and m the name of Christ says WELCOME." SOUTHMINSTER UNITED Corner Fourth Avenue and Eleventh Street Sonth Rev. Harry A- Motchmor, B.A, B.D. A. K. Pntland, 3I.A, Mas. B. THE EXPERIMENT IS YOU Teen-age Mis. P. Cull. Mrs. T. Morgan and Choir Miss Mary Needs, soloist. pjn. SHOWDOWN IN INDIA "The Palms" Junior Girls' Mrs. P. Cull. JLJL ruler the Humblest o? instruments! Ye! it meets tremendously important needs. It guides__giving man a straight, sure rule Hy vrhicn to "draw. his lines and sketch his plans. 'AnH it measures showing man wHere to ISegiii, anH -wHere to end, and proving the dimensions of his work. That which the simple ruler Hoes in the physical realm ol life Is the work of the Church in the spiritual realm. For every man's life is like a blank sheet of paper, until, by his own living, he places upon it the lines which give it meaning and character, The Church is our guide giving us the tried one sure truths by which we can "daily live pointing us to the straight and unwavering paths which lead to God. And the Church" Is our measure showing us tHe standards by which every man's life must be judged__revealing the Christ whose teaching and example are the beginning and ending of all spiritual achievement, the perfect dimensions of life. Are you letting the Church" meet these tremendous needs in your life? E. Siisitr. SMiSSfS. 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