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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Medical missionary (Catherine Wiens, a nurse from Coaldale, recently returned to Africa for her fourth term as a missionary nurse. Coaldale nurse returns to Zaire COALDALE (HNS) A for- mer community resident has recently returned to Africa for her fourth term as a mission- ary nurse. Wiens, the eld- est-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wiens, is stationed at the Mama Yamo Hospital in Kinshasa, Zaire. She serves under the appointment of the American Mennonite Brethren board of missions. Zaire was formerly known as Balia'i dialogue in Lettbridge About 80 persons attended a proclamation of the Baha'i faith in Lethbridge last weeekend, group secretary Anna Gangur reeports. Sponsored by the Lethbridge Baba'i Community, an inform- al dialogue, film and enter- tainment were presented in the meeting at the Catholic Cen- tral High School. Leading a discussion of Ba- ba'i beliefs were Reg Newkirk of tbe Alberta Human Right Commission and Earl McAuley, a musician with the Frank Slide Band which provided entertain- ment. CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 425 11th St. S. J. R. CHAPMAN, Minister Mr. D. Maisey, Organist "DIAL AN ANSWER" 327-4774 Family Service a.m. (Worship service for adults S.S. Classes for Children) Evening Service p.m. EVERYBODY WELCOME tbe Republic of the Congo. A member of the Coaldale Mennonite Brethren Church, Miss Wiens graduated from Prairie Bible Institute, Three Hills, prior to commencing missionary service. Varied experiences in nurs- ing and other hospital duties have equipped Miss Wiens with a wide background. Her minis- try to a patient's physical needs also provides opportunity to share the Christian Gospel, Miss Wiens said. During her recent furlough in Canada, Miss Wiens obtained fresh medical background from orientation programs in com- munity hospitals. Miss Wiens also renewed con- tact with Christian friends and supporters in Canada, assur- ing them tbe salvation of souls remains the prime objective of her life. EFC elects Presbyterian president A Presbyterian minister has been named president of the Evangelical Fellowship of Can- ada. Rev. Donald MacLeod, 34, a suburban Toronto pastor, was eelected for a two-year term at the 1973 EFC convention held recently in Toronto. Mr. MacLeod is a former vice-chairman of the Presby- terian board of world mission. His parents are missionaries to Taiwan. The EFC organization pro- vides a central service agency and lobbying voice to govern- ments on behalf of individual and denominational members. Moscow churches house museums., theatres, and fish By JAMES. R. PEIPERT MOSCOW (AP) Russia, religious belief belongs to an other generation. Tomorrow Palm Sunday, a few aged people may trickle into ever fewer ant older churches o Moscow that now double as mu scums, aquariums and movie theatres. A visitor to Moscow today doesn't see nearly as man; guided, onion-shaepd cupolas as there once were, but there are Anglicans to meet at Regina TORONTO A new style ol decision-making will be triec by the Anglican Church of Can- ada when its general synoc meets in Regina, May 3-11. The 290 delegates bishops, clergy, laymen and women, anc youth representing parishes and dioceses from coast to coast, the Yukon, the Arctic, and Labrador, are alread} gathering hometown opinion and feelings to bring to the Regina session. Policy-maldng plenary ses- sion will be interspersed with centering on four major themes: quality of life and community, quality of faith, quality of ministry, and quality of the church. Delegates will discuss such issues as ordination of women, overseas policy, public social re- sponsibility, the condition and needs of the Church in the North including the state of af- fairs surrounding the Jaaies Bay hydro development pro- ject NEW RITE They will also deal with a proposed new rite of Christian initiation, combining the rite of baptism and confirmation, community issues in the con- temporary parish, long range planning.and current program. Several guests representing indigenous churches overseas, or Anglican mission outside Canada had been invited to take part in the consideration acd policy-making process of general synod. They include Bishop J. W. A. Howe, secretary-general of the Anglican Consultative Council, London, England; Bishop Dav- id Goto, Bishop of Tokyo; Bish- op Clive Abdulah of Trinidad; Bishop Antonio Ramos of Costa Sica; Dean Martin Mbwana of Dar Es Salam, Tanzania; Rev. Walter Lini fof New Hebrides; v. Edmundo Desueza of the Dominican Republic; Rev. Wel- >y Walker, recently returned rom the Windward Islands, and Dorothy Robinson, recently re- turned from Uganda. SYNOD'S TONE The tone of general synod's deliberations will be set by the 'rimate, Archbishop E. W. Scott, in an address during the opening service at St. Paul's Cathedral on the evening of May3. The address will be, in part, a "state of the union" message, etting out where Archbishop Scott sees the church as it is auctioning in Canada and in >art, a "speech from the hrpne" setting out the respon- ibilities of general synod in its deliberations. A. DANIEL GOLDSMITH MINISTER 120? 3rd Avenue S. IChOO-FAMILY SUNDAY SCHOOL SERVICE SERVICE still some splended remnants o ecclesiastical glory. As the seat of the Russian Or thodox faith, Moscow was known in Napoleon's time "the new Jerusalem." And on the eve of the Bolshevik revolu turn in 1917 there were 65 churches. Today, the Moscow patriarchate says only 45 Ortho- dox churches still have serv ices. Many churches, come of them priceless monuments of Russiai architecture, were destroyec under Stalin and NiMta Khrush chev. Others were turned into museums, aquariums, movie theatres, clubs, furniture facto- ries, laboratories, offices or apartments. Still others were simply abandoned to rot. The queen of Moscow's c: vlving churches is the 16th-cen tury cornucopia of multi-colorec domes and spires, crosses ant arches called St. Basil's Cath- edral. CITY'S TRADEMARK Looming "at the southern en Choirs All departments of Church School MIDWEEK SERVICES Monday, April is- Noonday Rt. Rev. D. A. Ford- Tuesday, April Noonday devotions- Rt. Rev. D. A. Ford Wednesday, April Holy Rt Rev. D. A. Ford Rt Rev. D. A. Ford Mannday Holy Gcnranhn Good Friday Devotions-One ajn. SERVICE OF CONFIRMATION Tuesday, April Rt Rev. D. A. Ford of Saskatoon ST. MARY THE VIRGIN HECTORj Reverend Conen Robert W. Cowon, 8.A., LTh, THIRD SUNDAY BEFORE LENT Eucharist School in HaH Eocharfet with Procession Monday, Tuesday, Eucharist Good of Good Friday Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church Invites you to listen to the Back to God Hour every Sun- day night at p.m. over CHEC radio. The Christian Reformed church is located at 1807 2nd Ave. 'A' North in the city. Services at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. You are invited cordially. CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Corner 5th Ava. and 13th St. S. SALVATION HEALING MIRACLES Pastor: Rev. T. W. Royeroft Bible Class and Sunday School Service Service SOUTH LETHBRIDGE ROMAN CATHOLIC PARISHES WEEKEND MASSES ST. PATRICK'S CORNER AVE. and 10th ST. S. SATURDAY, p.m. (SUNDAY OBLIGATION) SUNDAY, 9 a.m., a.m., 12 noon ASSUMPTION 2405 12fh AVE. S. SATURDAY, p.m. (SUNDAY OBLIGATION) SUNDAY-8 a.m., a.m., 11 a.m., p.m. (Folk Mass In Hall at a.m.) BETHEL A 716 23rd ST. N. a.m. D MORNING SERVICES T a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL I S T p.m. EVENING SERVICES (NURSERY FACILITIES FOR ALL SERVICES) MONDAY, P.M. GIRLS' CLUB THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION OF PRESBYTERIAN, METHODIST AND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES MODERATOR.- RIGHT REV. N. BRUCE McLEOD, TORONTO President of Conference: REV. P. A. CLINE, Edmonton Chairman of Presbyteryi RcV. KEN JORDAN, Lethbridge SOUTHMINSTER 4th Ave. anc' llth St. S. Ministers: R. W. K. ELLIOTT, A. T. KING Ministry of Music: W. M. WOOLHOUSE A. K. PUTLAND, Org. Emeritus PALM SUNDAY OF DECISION" Music I Survey Wondrous Cross" Guest Soloist; Walter in the April Evening" Robertson School !n aTJ departments. NURSERY SERVICES AVAILABLE Midweek Noon Day Services at St. Augustine's with the Bishop of Saskatoon D. Force in charge. lunch following for youth 15-18 years McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Serving Southeast lethbridge from 15th Ave. end 24th St. S. MINISTER REV. BLAKE ANDERSON Choir Director: Mr. H. Van Egteren Organist: MRS. C. GREENE PALM SUNDAY, APRIL 15th of new members by Profession of Faith and by Certificate of Transfer Special Easter Music by tbe Choirs GOOD ajn. Joint Service at Southmineter CHRISTIAN EDUCATION A and Jr. B Grades inclusive Intermediate Grades 7-9 inclusive 8 years to 5 years Primary Grades 1 and 2 Grades 10-12 inclusive Nursery for Tiny Tots FIRST UNITED CHURCH Corner of 5th Avenue and Street North MINISTER REV. K. JORDAN Director of Music-MRS. DOROTHY GtOCK ATCM, RMT SUNDAY, APRIL 15th Choir Contata "OUR MIGHTY E. Boalt Sacrament of Baptism p.m.-DISCUSSION GROUP GOOD at April 20tb. CHRISTIAN EDUCATION ALL Sunday School Classes at a.m. Nursery Services avaflabSe at a.m. CHINOOK CO-OPERATIVE PARISH REV. ALBERT BALDEO COAlDAlE REV. CECIL CARNOCHAN CARDSTON W. CAIDERWOOD-BARONS-NOBLEFORD MORNING WORSHIP ATi BARONS a.m. PICTURE BUTTE RAYMOND a ro- p m. nAi v 11 -ftf. o m WON a.m. CARDSTON a.m. NOBLEFORD a.m. MAGRATH a.m. ;