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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta g THI UTWMOCf HBALD Youth Has A Message For Church And World By DAVID POUXG DAY used to be the last big event for the church It came along at the end of May or oh the first Sunday In The only other that made any kind of nlash in the life of a congre cation before fall was the straw berry festival of the AllChurch Childrens Day was not so pop ular with Christian They accused the youngsters of showingoff and parents ot being far too proud of the memory verse performance of their off With Sunday School sort of giving way to long spring nobody bad time to practise for Childrens It is not so popular hi the sophisti cated 70s but here is one vote for In March of this this writer was parUcpating in a Len ten senice conducted by the Umon Presbyterian Church of Pastor Don ald Stake and a gathering ot senior higi school students be gan the Seventeen students stood up with a date marked in large numbers on a It went 1954 The year I was Bethel Baptist Church WllH A COMMUNITY CONSCIENCE KSO1ED IN CHRISTIAN COMMITMENT School Service Service More Significant Tasks Taken By Church Women By GEORGE CORNELL NEW YORK AP In a downtown church in Minnecpo women now serve as tbowing people to their seats and taking up the role traditionally reserved to ft was time for a lays Francis of Olaf Roman Catho lic And the men seem to ap Tbey enjoy says a parish Pat TKach rf the udbers are attractive young working Father Fleming says oaere vac a shortage of availa ble for the ushering so the langetanding practice of using Oriy men needed to along with other customs that have to impede rather than i worship in an i umber of other congregations fa the United now also ierve K or fo Siaiptae as educaitoc directors choirmasters a n long leaders for worship serr On other women taking on greater functions more influential portions in Americaa church beyond CYNTHIA WEDEL their oldtime work in special ranens groupsbut they stffl barred from seine Cynthia the presJden of the National Council ol Churches and the First woman to hold the says At one the role of boVd 3 bazaars and church suppers the role of women in gei but today women are be ter educated and they want Bore significant tasks to In DetroH a young Sister Mary Comae succeeded a bishop as the Cath olic archdiocese chief repre sentative of religious in uding monks and Says she Tberes a movement m tne of women taking more of the decisionniaking roles wherever they are The Vatican 1970 yearbook for the first sis posi tion fitted by There are women employed at the Women serve increasingly on national church boards and and on local church b o th rotestant and Roman men still dominate he parish governing Male delegates also far outnumber women at denominational con with women excluded the Supreme Court banned rac ial segregation in the public 1955 When I was Jonas Salkss polio vaccine was pronounced a 1956 When 1 was we exploded an Hbomb with the equivalent of 10 million tons of 1937 When I was the Russians launched Sputnik j 1958 When I was Car dinal Aagrio Giuseppe Roncal li became Pope John 1958 When I was Fidel Castro assumed power in 1960 When I was John Kennedy was elected presi 1961 When I was the Peace Corps was 1962 When I was John orbited the earth 1983 When I was John Lokeview Mennonite Brethren Church loewen Study Hour Senice variety program Friday Bethany Bible Institute Choral group presentation BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS 63 7lh tiBg 4 12 N School AND ACTIVITIES OF THE ANGELS Class A Wei AwiiH You CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE SALVATION HEALING MIRACLES Comer 5th end 13lS School Service Service from some Lutheran national Although American Baptist and Presbyterian bodies admit wcmen to the ordained few are on the clergy and theyre barred from it in Episcopal Lu Southern Roman Catholic and Orthodox churches in the Bible Spread Sets Record Kennedy was 1964 When I was the Senate passed Hie Gulf of Ton kin Resolution and we bombed North 1365 When I was there was a march in 1966 When I was the Red Guards appeared in 1967 When I was there were riots in Detroit and other 196B when I was Mar tin LuBwr and Rob ert Kennedy were murder 1969 when I was men walked on the 1970 I am now These are the events that have shap ed my What difference will tbe church make in the bape of my life tomorrow Children and youth have spme hina to say tb the church and lie It is daily and more often relevant than Older young people must have an active part in this society n and gov Already youth slyles and tastes govern of mass Barry Gold hardly con sidered to be the chief advocate of Now has some pithy remarks to make in support of lowering vot ing age to 18 years Some more idealism will do us all It will help re GOSPEL CHAPEL 907 9th South SUNDAY SERVICES of Bread Bible Hour and Sunday School arid Bible Study ALL ARE WARMLY WELCOME Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church j 2nd A ond 18th UY Km rAim APRIL 1970 CHURCH IN CHILD BIRTH Service guest minister FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH AT TWO LOCATIONS Marilyn 1402 8th Avenue School 1614 5th Avenue School FOR DARK HOURS Broadcast CJOC FRIENDSHIP OF GOD to The MidWeek EVERYONE WELCOME TORONTO The the previous This repressive figure is far short of the estimated world Kith the population world increasing at the rate of a million per annum and new literates in tbe the opportunity of increased scripture distribiiion is greater than at any time At the recent annual Canadian Bible Society m B following officers were elecrt ted President William g VicePres Very William vicePresident fi ery Ritchie Ljh w VicePresident 1 Is eneral Treasurer f Becording t Secretary Ivan p The Canadian Bible Society s reports that scripture diatriban on in Canada increased by t 75 per cent Distribution of c and scripture selections in Can ada in 1969 was The Canadian Bible Society provided more than for publication and istribution of the scriptures hroughout the world in the saop Bible Society reports that w o r 1 d Scripture distribution a record high of 145 Billion gosiels and selections in This rax m increase of 34 which are promised to dont ever seem to get It will make us nd the positive that ill put us on Ihe right istead of explaining why this iw of that program cant benet the public tbe we yjught it when it was idealism will send us earching for innovations and ew departures that will get job sre are speaking if worid cleaning the air md stopping crime in he eliminating smut in he mails or any other impor ant energies and enihusiasm and urgings of young Americans vnll help us to do LETHBRIDGE BUDDHIST CHURCH 1303 13th Street North REVEREND KOSAKA FUJIKAWA DAY OF BUDDIST Hanama Tasini Supper and CHURCH OF CHRIST 425 llth Penny Organist Minister Morning EVERYBODY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Pastor DEASIEY 9th Avenue and loth Street South Sunday School Hour Morning Worship Service Evening was the largest amount in its history and mikes the Canadian Bible Society tbe third argest Bible Society in tbe YOU Gartrell New Bishop VICTORIA V D e a n Frederick Rcy Gartrell of Ottawa will be consccnM bishop and installed te eighth bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Vancouver Island at a ceremony to be held May 7 rt Victorias Christ Church Cathedral Dean Gartrell succeeds Bishop John Ogle who died here last NovnwmbVr after only four months in ABOUT POLLUTION isten this Sunday to tho Christian Scienw Radio for some interesting insights on this 1ft on 4 Alberto ilarTonst KC KC 270 KC CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH 1W 4ft I Sunday School Sunday Service 1 1 TESTIMONIAL MEETIKG READING ROOM Open ond except Noon 2 CHURCH OF GHRIST SUNDAY WEDNESDAY Study 730 p study Worship JOE CORlEY Minister Evening Worship Phone The Church of Jesus Christ of L Mil lOtn Avenue South Mettinj 1st Ward Day Saints Sunday Sacrament Scnool Meeting f 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Street Mi Avenue A ond 23rd Shfit North sth ward th Ward EWers EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 12th and Mavor Mogioth Phone 3276113 Pa JOST Sunday School Worship Service IF YOURE FOLLOWING YOUR FISHING p Evening Service THREE VERY IMPORTANT APPOINTMENTS A CORDIAL INVITATION TO THE ANGLICAN CHURCH Of CANADA SJUMt AUGUSTUS L Choirmotiec and 1202 3rd Avenue South Phone 3272996 School Service Service Wednesday Bible Study and For Inspiration DialAThot 3274581 3274581 Choral Monicas Choir Choral Senior Choir The Rector Nursery Provided All departments of Church Sunday School MISSION HALL Holy School MIDWEEK Holy Communion MARY THE VIRGIN Riivermil Canon Robert THIRD SUNDAY AFTER EASTER School in Hall Eucharist for Sunday Eucharist Lutheran Churches CHRIST TRINITY CHURCH 4le itmt JJ7WW t Morning Worship IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Avenge arid 18th Minilter SchoeppPhone 3274336 3236987 School and Bible Worship 1 Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd lllh Avenue and 24th South PASTOR AtBERT OLSON School Service Communion First Sunday Each Month to lottaran CFAC Colfary Andrews PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818 5lh Avenue South Miniiler REVEREND Dlretlor cf A N D Hope REFORMED CHURCH Reformed Church in America 1505 th Avenue Soulh COME TO WORSHIP at Andrews VISION AND LIFE in Hope Reformed Church INWARD RENEWAL Church School for all ages and DEPART TO SERVE 520 7rh Street South LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE PASTOR School with classes for an ages TRANSPORTATION PHONE NUMBER 3274112 or 3283621 Worship Service DECISION FOR CHRIST of Evangelism lo THE SUNSHINE EVANGEL CJOC 1220 Wednesday Prayer and Bible Study Thursday Crusaders and Cadets for boys and girls 7H Friday Christ Ambassadors Youth Service THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION OF METHODIST CHURCHES Moderator FRCS FRED Caloary President of Alberta Conference BRIAN tethbridge Preifaytery SOUTHMINSTER 11th COMING MAY 1ST AT COUEGA1RE CHOIR FROM EDMONTON A HEARTY INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO YOU AND A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MINISTERS HtlOTT KING Muticbl Direttori Woottiouw Oroanitt Emeritus Rutland 1970 A MISSION Wide as the Stata Near as our Thursloa Deep as Human Tennant CHURCHSCHOOL IN ALL PEPARTMENT MUSIC Anthem MY SHEPHERD IS DIVINE Haydn Thomson McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Strvinj Southeoit tethbrltfje from 13th and 24th Minister Brian Choir Oirettofi Ward prganish Longford ANTIQUE RELIGION Service o Infant Baptism CHRISTIAN EDUCATION Intermediate Kindergarten and Primary SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT Listen for it on CJOC weekdays noon by Brian EVERYONE WELCOME FIRST UNITED CHURCH NORTH LETHBRIDGE Ted ESKOAIE Choir Director VAN EGTEREN LOIS LEES APRIL 1970 WORLD OF SPACE VEHICLESAND NOWHEELBARROW Sunday School and Senior Sunday School and Primary Dept Nursery Facilities Available A CITY CHURCH WITH A RURAL WELCOME ;