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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1946 THE LETHBKIDGE HERALD PAGE NINE Special Services For Easter Sunday Planned At City Churches Easier Sundar be cele- brated in Lethbridge churches with special services in keeping with ibe Joyous Christian fes- tival. The inspiricg story of our Lord's resurrection will be told again in sermon and song, and sprint flowers as einrch decor- ations will betoken the Easter season. It is expected that throngs will join the -Easter to Lethbridge churches tomorrow. Sundaj. Announce- ments of services follow: time. 7.30 agaro. sage. _ the immortality of in-} Supper ''rill be observed. There will the Easter mes-1 fluence. also be a reception service for those Aa invitation is extended to those i of entering church mem- reminded i do not worship elsewhere to'bership by profession of faith. nil? s'so ffivpn to YT> moa elucidating the subject, "Doc- j The Ja. district hare been taking advantage of the fine weather cf the past few cad tnne of Atonement." It is based on selections from the Bsble and from of the rule of the church whica is i s T __ -e Science and Health with Key to to many the scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy. aJOCQ are wen into their which will be general of next week. SHAli. communicate, as, the three times m the year, OF .Hilda P. Russell at the organ. Ei- _ _ der D H. Eltoa oi the State High siring to remain in full commusuoa t KO creator A" will ober this rule, i I Council win be be speaker. a cluet, -Abide With. 3ie" (Schecker) ________will obey this rule.} The Fifth Avenue North Sunca> The rector will celebrate the Holy; School mil observe "Parents'" Day Daniel ang speak on the subject. raan sin. the Father, 3 Jesus Christ, the righteous: and He bi Glory." and at 7J30 oa "The is the propitiation for oar sins: and Triple Threas to Protestantism." not for out's only, but also for the At the nwruirs the choir nf -wM will render Bairstesr's anthem. "Sing i First Glac Easter messages and Easter music mark the Sunday services celebrausg the great feet of oar, Chrisaan faith. la the morning, in taster Week. I sponsored by the Young People on _ Buck, ms, 2. fcesvy burden .o be carriec. The Sunday School will meet aa, i-I- i follow: Hustlers. 9.i5 ajn.. Junior Intermediate departments and j Girls' 1215 p.ra.. Be- s giaaers' Primary departments, Eel-Pj33- The Christian ENCHANT XOTES ENCHANT. fHNS) Cn Sun- day afternoon Sunday school class- esVere held in she Free Evangelic Churcjs. and a church service was! j held follo-iing the Sunday school i classes. U TV. Fosmark n-as in choir will smg the anthem. "Chnst Mr. G. C. hours 01 Kss insls edge oi will be a church narade lor Scouts. t Cubs, Guides and Bro'iraies at 11 ajn. on Suaday. April 23th, will be the Sunday preceding tne annual Father and Son canqaet on; 30th. week the pastor will a ser.es of studies on the "Lire of m the prajer serrares on Wecnesday eveuEg at S o'clock. Uiuted _. The Easter sen ices, at II First Baptist j st Souihroiuster will If the Christian jear is marked j follow traditional lints. A: the i SJB-. Mr. S. T. upon, Crueifuaon. The (Pathway Christ's Besurrecuon.' Sunday School at 1230 pjn. Oh. TsrhEi corpforting viorcs Angel gave to the urorld: ve the Laving amongst the deac, r.0; here, but is Jesus _5 is a nsen. faath no mor Think of His are amazing impossibilities related to the Easier message. It is vith these perplexing unpossibilines thatj m the II o'clock on Easter morning, broadcast it HJS church lives, andi believsr shall rise. i There will also be Etly Com-' the anthem fay Roberts, "Christ "Very Early in the ilom- The Sunday School meets ai the iii__ -T TVP also i-e Jwmoay accaoi meets at tue thf -fter the morning ser- if e he tnai belieteth on me though 'vrere dead yet shall he live.1 al '-30 the school. cation of children TOll take place! at the close of the service. The minister's evening message j be based on the principle of "Double irnrnor- talsty suggested m the Master's words: "Because I live, ye shall lix'e y 8 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Church of Christ Scientist Twelfth St. and Fourth Ave. S. Sunday Service. 11 Subject: "DOCTRINE OF 12J.O School. Wednesday Testimony Meet- Ing. 8.00 pjn. Free Reading: Room and Lend- ing Library. 325 Twelfth St. S. Eours: Week days. 2.30 to 4 n.m.. except public holidays. All Christian Science charge of the services aad trell, on Sunday voJl hear a Lessoc-Scr- meerins held. PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE THE PEOPLE'S CUVRCH" 520 SEVENTH ST. S. TWO GREAT EASTER SERVICES ajn. "THE DOCTRINE OF THE RESURRECTION" The great foundation stone of the church. 7.30 pjn. 'THE LILY OF THE VALLEYS" Mrs. Ida Cook preachins Sunday mght. YOU ARE WELCOME. AND BRIXG A FRIENTO Suushire Evangel Horc. CJOC. JOHX COOK. 3IIKISTER JESUS SAVES The United Church of Canada THE EIGHT REVEKEXP JESSE H. AKXCT. BA. D-P, First United Church CORNER FIFTH AVE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. X. REV. R. MAGOWAN, BJL, Factor Choir Ben MartiB Janet Larson and Mn. A. Wright 11 "THE SOUL'S AFFIRMATION." "'TIS IMMORTALITY." "To aU pray, and to all Co EOS bui ought, this Cfcsrch. opens wide la doors, and m the came ol Carist says SOUTHMINSTER UNITED Corner Fourth Arenne and Elerenth Street Minister Eer. Harry A. Mutchmor. A. K. Pntland, >LA, XKS. ft. FORETASTE OF GLORY Reception of New Infant Baptism The Lord's Supper pjn. THE TRIPLE THREAT TO PROTESTANTISM Soloist: Geo Brown. Jr. __ _ 750 p-ffi., when the reeior wiu laks :a service of preparation for Easter coS to ceie- der the direction of 2fcs. G Brown, will song, J parnby. McLeoa "Alleluiah The Sunday School w-Jl mee. a. Choice of God" win be the wjjo did 35ary Magdalene zhe first Eas- tgr s 7 s Choral EucharisE at 11 a.m., at rector Bamby's -Breat service in the luidtfscSool (Dudley parang :ir communion As many as possible should irv" to communicate at the earlier j celebrations as there Is only one pries: in lie pansn. T-i accordance -Kith the nrovisions nf the Book, of Common Prayer, tns vreefc-clay celtbratioas in Eas- ier week will be on Monday and i Tuesday, a; 9-30 ajn. and. 730 ajrn., _ Since it is obTioas WMI. tns iiea- j ten disciobne is useless uplr-s1; the i good pricnces begun at Ixssz be- rcme permaneni and. habitual the suggestion is inescapable that we should make a real effon 10 make them habits. Tee otter week-day services In i Saster week will be the usual Even- song end Meditation on Wecnes- I day, at 8 pjn.. and Evensong and i Preparauoa for Holy Comniunlon on Sa-urday at 8 pjn. Latter Day Saints The spini of die joyous Easter i season will arevail Sunday at the 1 LIX3. church. At 10-30 ajn. an Easter morning service will be held under the auspices of tne Sunday School- In the evening "Our living Lord." a beautiful Easter Cantata be presentee by the ward choir j with T. N. Green conducting and i Service. The rector will speak on Easter story, and the music will Sbls them to be appropriate. The jurnor cho-jr on Easter EE evensong; sermon wffl bs at the usual! CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF. LATTER DAY SAINTS Corner 12th St. S. and 5th Are. Bishop's Resident and Office: 61S-15th St. S. Phone 2632 EASTER SUNDAY SERVICES 10-30 ajn. Sunday school. Special Easier service. pjn. Evening worship Speaker: ELDER DAVID H. ELTOX Easter Cantara: "OUR LIV- ING LORD." presented by "Ward cnoir, AH W31 Be Welcome. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Corner 5th Ave. and 8th St S. Rev. E. L. Garvin, annister. ilrs. G. Brown, Oriranist. HOT7SE THAT TVAS ONCE A CHOICE OF Christ the Lord Is nsen. COME AND WORSHIP HOI TV ST. AKBREWS 1314-Srd Ave. North Kev. TF. K. Eobinson, Minister. EASTEE. StTNDAT School. "THE LTVTXG CHRIST" "KESCKEECTIOK OPENINGS" EVERTBODT TVELC03EE: "A Cimrcli a Bible Message" ST. MARY'S CHURCH (Anglican) Corner 6tii Ave. and 12th St. C Easter Snnday, 1946 7.00 Corfimunion. 8 Communion. Eucharist and Sermon. Church school. and Scr- inoi. CHRISTADELPHIAN ECCLESIA 633-7th St. South. SCSDAY SERVICES God -Willing 11 of BreacJ. School. 7.30 LecSure. Suoject: "The Resurrection of Jes- us and its Bearing on the Christian." Soeaker: >OJ, W. J. FICKFORO AH IVelcome Christ Is Coming Central Church of Chaflat 425-llth Street Sonth FRANCIS R. JAMES, Minister ST. AUGUSTIN'S PARISH CHURCH (ANGLICAN) Clergy; Comer of 4tb Ave. S. and nth St. S. The Reverend Leslie L. Grant, RJX, Rector. The Reverend Victor E. Smith. Priest-organist. Church Office: Mrs. A. R. Lendi. EASTER EVE, for Easter Communion. EASTER Conunaiuon. This service is for those -siio, like Mary Magdalene, -srculd "corae Altp for nurses going on duty. Communion. Comniuaion. FAMILY SERVICE. Members of all Sunday Schools and Bible Class are asked to attend this service, with their parents. CHORAL EUCHARIST. Rector. Forth Into Bamby. 3.00 Baptism. AND SERMON. Bector. Pesta. THE SALVATION ARMY (426-5lh Street South) Officers in and Mrs. A. CartmelL SATURDAY: 3 Salvation Army in Rhodesia." Adju- tant Margaretta who has been in Africa ior ten 3 ears, speak. SUNDAY: "HE AROSE. HALLELUJAH! CHRIST mommg uiarch. 11.00 meeting. meeting. Adjutant Kelson in charge of al! meetings, accompanied by her mother THURSDAY: 8'S) pJE Public musical meeting. "VICTORY QUINTETTE" FROM C.1LGARV. Major Buckley in charge. A trarm welcome awaits you at ail these Attend Sunrise Easter in. HoUyvcood Botcl THE SYMBOL OF School lor all end message- 7-30 message. Hour. Wed. 7 Peoples. Visitors veleorae. ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH Cor. 6th Ave. and 15th St. S. V. Eichenlanb, BJ5, Pastor. Res. 710-16tb St. X Phone 4336 service with Koly CiOrnmurjiori. "CHRIST IS RISEV .school Come and Worship with Us! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 4th Are. and 8th St. S. REV. GERALD >L WARD, E.A.. HOI., pastor Jftrs. R. A. Thrall, Choir leader >Iiss Elsie Westcott, Organist SPECIAL EASTER SERVICES "EASTER'S IMPOSSIBILITIES" Sunday School. 7.30 pjn. "DOUBLE IMMORTALITY" Tuesday, pjn. Sound film, "The Pirsi. Eastsr." Wednesday, servics. STAFFORDVIIXE BAPTIST 207 Ninth Avenue North Miss Margaret Missionary. ajn. Sunday School. pjn. Gospel service and the Ixards Supper. Open session of Fifth, Avenue North Baptist Sunday School at pjn. Special Rer. G. M. Ward. Parents and friends cordially invited. RESURRECTION The Ecsster festival serves to dramatize and vitalize the supreme fact of the universe continuity of life. It comes at a season of the year wr.en ins rising sap restores !he cuds to the trees and bushes, tender new plants creep forth from their bed in the warm earth, end all animate creation is hlied with the song of endless l.fe. Its deepest significance, ho-.vever, is spiritual and lies in the Resurrection of Jesus after rus cruciLxion and death. Associated vith it indelibly are events that at Joserh's early that Easter mcrrjir.g in c' the scrrowing the re- .css'Jiring c: an angel, and the spectacie of an tornb. The tragic rr.istcEC cf those who figured :n the crucif.jdcn of Jesus, end of the soldier v.-ho p.erced s.de, t'-.e.r belie: that deatn the end cf and that it would draw tne final curtazn upon existence. ICow we know that it was merely a phase of His lire which ended on cress that dreadf-I Friday evening, end that a niv.' and far more glorious phase of it began at Joseph's tomb the Sunaay rnom.ng. The Church treasures the Easier and the cf Jesus that the faithful inherit eternal l.fe Because I l.ve, ye chall I. re the Mas'er said. This is the rr.eamr.-7 cf Easter and the subl_T.e substance of all Christian teaching. B. H ar liis m or Message is Presented by DON RAWORTH LETHBRIDGE SPAPFRf ;