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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 27.1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE Church Activities St rresbyterfam a. 6s. modern concept of Easter and Lent, Sunday Schools will meet j mpnd Another of the popular "Fellow- ,t 1U and .11 and the Mond Bus "xhori one another Another of the popular ".Fellow- ship Hours" will be held following the evening service, the Allya "Croup providing the refreshments. One of the features will be a game of "Bible resulting from the Berean Bible Class's challenge to the "Win-One" Class. An laterest- should hear choir, under the direction of G. Brown, will sing "Lord On Tuesday evening the Young People will sponsor the visit to our church of Miss Lucy Cooper. missionary from India now in Can- on her first, furlough. Miss mtr AW Rector's Bible Class will meet at Monday, May hotel. 13. INCREASE 4 noon. i ?SSl I OPPOSES IT.S. of the Diocese, who will be accompanied by the Archdeacon el and the Diocesan organ-, YfAsmxGTON, April 2 the Anglican Advance AP- g B "his meeting will be on j The Office of Price Adsnru evening, as 8 pm., and it as j tile of Economic an those who took par.; at 25 SERIOUS FUEL SHORTAGE SEEN ficlent fuel to keep ships In service another are tso t MONTREAL, April Lack Harbor officials said about 6557.000 bushels there are in Dl str due have left tons ol _. buli c fleet. April elevators and anticipated shortage of United 5 there would be enough on hind to ie w the soft coal' supply demands of ocean-going ves- it idle more than seJs in port. Canadian the inland per Steamships but a j- _ snake is nos snake. ASK VAKCOUVHEt. April British Columbia Teachers' feder- ation -sras on record today as de- manding salary increases avert jac a year. at an- nual convention passed rescindon. containing: a salary wale to be used in school boards. m 12-15- You are Invited to hear sage OQ "Belle re It Or Noi." trie Successful evening The choir an- them will be "O cosse let us wor- of tKord nceBace Sandav morning, at 11. the pastor today focused on India, her address. Servant ol An Ajnale- 15ie communicant class be held Monday, at 8 pjn.. for the benefit, of those who Irish to uniie with tiie church. gt_ ___ ____ There are two holy days during the week ol April 28. Monday is the festival of Ss. Mark, evangelist and martvr. Wednesday is the .._- feast in honor of St. Phi3ip andssuswn. rsPliel. Chrlsiadelphian Eeclesia. __'Tuesday tne annual s by the The two their ves- and submitted their views to a brief' sels reached she grain ports of ttoe following Sunday. An auractive ___------------ monthly Sunday School ai 12JO pjii. "Mission the con- On Sunday evening, at 7.30. Sir. S. T. Batsford speak upon a World of Con- gregation will bid farewell to Miss Margaret Gegeny who has served as Sissionarj- for the past year. Sr Jaines. Por this week the usual celebration ot Holy Commim- luu on TucaiaT. at 7J30 ajau Will be omitted. But esch of the two Saints" Deys will be obseri-ed by a celebration of Eoly Communion noft _ -n evenics Mar 1. v.- a Bfehef." Where Shall We Find Wednesday. S pui.. Bible Oass. A heartv invitation is extended to" all. ______ English Lutheran "Abide wsth said the disciples v.-ho walked with Christ on the road local conaaiiUecs of the Anglican Advance Appeal and as many other interested church members as can manage to attend. The diocesan authorities of the Appeal will be present and the purpose of tne meeting will be organization for the financial drive in coanecuoa with the Appeal. There will be no service at St be treated in Sunday's sermon at the Lutheran church. The service begins at 11 o'clock. The Sunday School meets at 12.15 at the church. Gegeny' will bring "her final on" Sunday evening, and. j will be honored on Monday evening opening of the building is "observed by members of the congregation and friends. St. AuRUstin's (Anglican) Members of St. Augustin's Scout Troop. Cub Packs. Guide Company, and Brownie Group will parade to church on Sunday morning 11 Special hymns and service lorv on Thursday next, at 8 pjn. The A.YJPJV. meet on Mor.day at I 8A5 the firsi nieeUEg after. the Easter holidays. j TsiS. information will be found In tins column next week regardir-g the Parish Mission which starts' Syndav. Mav 5, with the Very Rev- erecd P. BJi.. DJD., Dean of Calgary, as mlssioner. The Dsa- ,-._, First Baptist aon The Sea will attend m a utied: "Missions will preach on the forthcoming mis- TKill DC Jio iciviuc- iiie oea WA.A Marv's Wednesday evening. There body the morning service at First snri Pren2ration and rhp minister's sermon will "be Evensong" and Preparation on Saturday ai 8 pjn. First United The twenty-ninth anniversary ol First United will be celebrated on Sur-cav nest, with Rev. John Soro- chan. as the preacher. Mr. Sorochan was called from St. Paul to Taber a year ago. He- is a IO o. Jttu. graduate in Aris of the University of 3ritish Cplumbia. and a gradu- ate in Theology of St. Stephen's College. Edmonton. The Junior Choir will be la charge of the praise as; the morn- ing sen-ice- Miss Janet Larson be the soloist at that service. In the evening the Senior Cnpir Trill lead the praise, ana wul sing the anthem, "King of Kings Miss Margaret Dates wHi The Sundav School, in all de- partments, wfll meet ai the usual At 6 -osn., on Monday, April 29, there will be an anniversary sup- per and concert. Southminster United Day will IK observed _ at Southminster United this suncav as 11 ajn. Every Sundav School is asked to bring his fam- ily out, to church and every .iam- ilv Is asked to sic as a boay in church- This will be the beginning of a series of three services lead- ing in to Day- The ser- j inon theme this Sunday will be, i "Home Is followed oa sue- cessive Sundays hy Sermons on church, home and school. Tne will be delivered on Mothers' Day, May 12. _ One of the three religions thai, had sheir inception is. America is, "The Jehovah's Witnesses." They have made their nresence very visi- ble and confront the churches -with sin open challenge. Recently. Pro- fessor H. H. Stoup has issued a study, through the Columbia Uni- versitr Press, in reference to tms group" It is a very careful and oisBassionate survey of their devel- opment. It -will he used by The Eev. Harry Mutchmor in his Sun- day evening study as 730 latter Da-y Saints The Sunday School will meet at I 10.30 a-m.. Sunday, at the church followed by the monthly j priesthood meeting. A aull i attendance is desired- At 2.3G P-m- the Lethforicge stake leadership meeting will be held with represen- tatives present from the various Pres. A. E. Palmer will preside. The regplar sacrament service- will be held at 7 pja. and all will be welcome. Christian Science On Sunday the lesson-sermon in the Christian Science churches will deal with the topic. '-Probation Af- ter Death." It will be expounded fium. passages in the Bible and in and the "minister's sermon title is appropriately "Aye. Aye. The service will also feature the choir. Under the leader- ship of Mrs. Gladstone Virtue the girls will sing two numbea from Eolton's cantata. "The Promise of Easter." The first is. "They took Jesus and led Hun and the second. "Bells of the Faster Gar- den." A solo. "How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings" (IJddle) will be rendered by Pat Masson. "Saviour, "When Kight In- j volves the Sky" (Buck) is the eve-! ning anthem. The minister's mes- sage, "Back to will be an examination of the evidences of both strength and weakness in the and the sermon will be en- for Saincs anti Central Church of Christ 425-llth Street Sooth FRANCIS R. JAMES. Minister 10.30 School for all ages. g and mas- sage. message. 830 Hour. Wed. 7 Peoples. Visitors always welcome. in the rec- 131i-3rd Ave. North Her. W. R. Robinson, Minister. Sunday, April 28th, 1946. Sunday School. "THE LORD GAVE THE WORD" "JESUS IN THE MIDST" EVERYONE WELCOME "A Church with a Bible Message" PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE -THE PEOPLE'S CHtHRCH" SEVENTH ST. S. DONT MISS THE "MUSICAL MESSENGERS" Artbt, Coming May 5th. Sunshine Evangel Hour, CJOC "The Church in the Tribulation 'The Ever-Open Door" YOU'LL ENJOY THE TABERNACLE SERVICES JOHN COOK, MINISTER JESUS SAVES THE SALVATION ARMY Street South) Officers to and Xn. A. CartweB. The leihteMSe Salvaiioa Anaj Cub Wolf Pack win parade. Theaie: "MY People's Meeting. Tteaie: "THEY BELIEVE SOT.1" Thursday. and praise service. A warm weJcome awala you at aU Aese 4th ATC. and Slh St. S. BET. M. WAJLD. ThJK, pastor____ Leader Miss Elsie Wetteatt, Orzaafct Mra-K-J 11-00 "AYE, AYE, Cfcoir. Sea Cadets in aiten School. "BACK TO NORMAL" 3 LJicy Cooper. of India. and Slides. ___ STAFFORDVUJLE BAPTSST 907 Ninth Avenue North Miss Marjaret Missionary. 7-30 It. Gegeny speakiiig a; "FareweU "Fifth Avenue North Baptist Sunday School. 1MMANUEL ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH Cor. 6th Are. and 15th St. S. V. Eichenlaub, B.D., Pastor. Kes. 710-16th St. Phone 433C service. "THE ABIDING CHRIST" School. Come and Worship with Us! ST. MARY'S CHURCH (Anglican) Corner 6th Are. and 12th St. C S. Sunday, April 28th, 1946 8 Communion. Class. Eucharist and Sermon. Church School. Eucharist and Sermon. Church school. Communion at Iron Springs. 7.30 and Ser- mon. ALLIANCE TABERNACLE ?12-2nd AVENUE SOUTH J. M. BOWKER REQUISITES FOR A SUCCESSFUL CHRISTIAN LIFE." School and Bible Class. SERVANT OF AN A3IALEKTTE." CHRISTADELPHIAN ECCLESIA 633-7th St. South SUNDAY SERVICES God VfiUiag 11 of Bread. School. 7.30 Lecture. Subject: "Wanted Amidst a -world of confusion, a sol- id foundation for our be- lief. Where shall we find Speaker: MR. S. T. BATSFORD All Welcome Christ Is Coming St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Corner 5th Are. and 8th St. S. Kev. E. L. Garrin, aiinister. 3Irs. G. Brown, Organist. PRESBYTERIAN ADVANCE FOR Guest soloist: Mrs. N. A. MacPhee. Service broadcast over CJOC. IT OR Without Christ you cannot do your best. COME AND WORSHIP HIM IN ST. ANDREWS________ ST. AUGUSTIN'S PARISH CHURCH (ANGLICAN) Clergy: Corner of 4th Ave. S. and llth St. S. The Reverend Leslie L. Grant, Rector. The Reverend Victor E. Smith, Priest-organist. Church Office: Sirs. A. R. Leudi. ComnmnloE. Parade for Cubs, Brownies, Guides and Scouts. Address by the rector. 7-30 prayer and sermon. ___ "MISSION FOR SAINTS AND SINNERS" Communicants -who did no; make their Easter Communion are respectfully reminded that Sunday is still within the octave of Easter and Easter Communion may still be made. Junior Church school, 10 aJn. Sunday School for Beginners, 11 ajn. Rector's Bible Class, The church people are reminded of the radio address, tonight, Saturday, at pjn. by Archbishop Sherman over CPCN. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Corner 12th St. S. and 5th Ave. Bishop's Resident and Office; 618-15th St, S. Phone 2533 School. 12 Ward Priesthood meeting. Leadership meeting. pjn.Evenir.g -worship. AH Wfll Be Welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Twelfth St. and Fourth Ave. S. Sunday Service. 11 Subject: "PROBATION AFTER DEATH." 12.10 Sunday School. Wednesday Testimony Meet- ing, 8.00 pjn. Free Reading Room and Lend- ing Library, 325 Twelfth St. S. Hours: Week days. 230 to 4 p.m.. except public holidays. The United Church of Canada THE RIGHT REVEREND JESSE H. ARNCP, B.A., DJX, Moderator First United Church CORNER FIFTH AVE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. N. KEV. R. MAGOWAN, B.A., D-D, Pastor Choir Ben Martin Janet Larson and Mrs. A. Wright ANNIVERSARY SERVICES Guest Preacher: REV. J. SOROCHAN, B.A. SERVICES: 11 a.m. AND p.m. ANNIVERSARY SUPPER AND CONCERT Monday, April 29. Supper at p.m., Concert at 8 p.m. SOUTHMINSTER UNITED Corner Fourth Avenue and Eleventh Street Sonth Harry A. Mutchmor. B.A.. B.D. K. Pntland, M.A, Mus. B. "HOME IS SCHOOL" Family Day at Church. Sit toother with your family. "JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Based on a study by Prof. H. H. Stoup What an opportunity! No wonder these young people look-out upon the world calm in the confidence they will be masters of their own lives. They believe they are ready to play their part in an intriguing world. But, are they? That depends upon a necessary three-fold equipment. They have education; they hax-e graduated. Although education is a process of mental development which is never finished, these young- people have mastered such subjects as mathematics, history, several languages, music, the physical and social sciences. Perhaps they have even had specialized training for some particular service to humanity. They have good health; that radiates from their faces. From childhood up their every physical need has been whole- some food, medical attention, physical exercise in the great out-of- doors. They have enjoyed all the comforts of modem homes. But Canadian youth, able as it is mentally, and strong as it is physically, needs also to graduate to greater moral and spiritual power, especially since it must assume leadership in a world filled with per- plexing problems, in an age dangerous and difficult. This end can be attained only through religious growth in the Church, through regular church attendance, through devoted church work, through steady church loyalty. Are your children and their associates receiving proper religious taming and spiritual guidance? This Message is Presented by Lethbridge Laundry Company KWSPAPLRl .'SPAPERf ;