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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HCRAID Snlurdny, April It. ant-mi I'.mmin' i iuj: tin' lurnuliMH yuurs of ['rolcslatU i-uinlucuO I I'in-uliiUnii from T e clergymen. has ofi a Ji'm: hi'uiik cliscowapi'd in Cliin.i since llu1 10 Tlic in i 1 i I a ]i I inovciiu'nl effwlivoly eliminated insiilu- ri'Yi'hilion. ConinnMusls cuiiK1 lo in lioniil riMulion. Kiicli Sunday, small lU'oups LSII'J nnd services succumbed I Tliu tirsl sorvicc whicli lor- of nin.-ily for- lo (lie Kcil Guard aliack were allowed lo at- i-: f vr> pivcn showing -H cent cJjil-rlren i L porH1'! lu1 -Lu'fore the Siwiel ci :ick-doivn on cuunfy's liberal TJii'-- rfi'i'atrd in .1 bwiklil on n'-htisUc and Ihe slat u cf churclu's published hero h> li'c Czechoslovak The pubiished as a monthly. a Mysl, ihe most ccnunvhensive survey of the of ihe churches publishKl lierp in recent H snid th.L're an in religious life in thr-liberal era. '.-.Kb a TIM- iu fnu luinibc of baptisms, c h u r c 1-. v.eddings ann fniiLTitli. but gave no figures fur Hi at period. H o ever, hiier i n religions in schools in I'.'Tfi. i ilh 22 per cent in HALF ATTKM) CLASSKS in Slovakia, more.1 than of the children arc attending religious ?aid. it noted Hint Ihc slate R-r-ognizcs IB church denomina lioiis. However, no official 011 have available since 1951 The Rnnvin Catholic Church the largest and influential. Nova Mysl sale! Ihe 1949 law d s 1) a n d ing religions ie-u.-.iablislmietii, While assorting that religious orders had net in Czechoslovak society, a conceded female rclijiiuu> orders carrying on nseiul 'A-ork in hospitals ;inr] social in-Prote.s-anl churches -o expanded t Ii p i r activities in and demanded changes-in church laws or their liquidation. The Kvinigclical Church ul Czech Brethren is tlic 1 Protestant churcli in Czeciio-1 Slovakia. union .not for CHURCH 1 UK SI. S. J. R. CHAPV.AN, fAnMer Mr D MaFsey. Orgonisl Service1 a.m. I 5en ire1 for adults SS Classes for Children> Kvoning p.m. KVKHVHnDY WELCOME EDMONTON (CPl Tlio. I.uUicran Church will never be i involved in complete union uUli any oilier denomination, I an official of the church in Unilori State.s snid here I Rev. Brady Faggarl. assis- i tanl to the presirlcnt of the l.u- HiLTnn Ciuirch in A in e r i c a, said "complelc union is the lowest common denominatev reliirion nnd rlon'l want I that "CRISIS IN EDUCATION" Hear ALBERT E. GREENE, JR. Printlpal of BeMevue Clir. Sch. (Wosh.) will spsaV on FRIDAY, MAY 5, al 8 p.m. At The IMMANUEL CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 802 6lh AVE. N. EVERYONE WELCOME THE SALVATION ARMY Corps Officer CAPT. AND MRS. H. COBB 1302 4fh Avenue S. a.Tn School a Worship p Evening Service (Uniting Church irJVITE YOU TO THE ARMY YOUR CHURCH HOME Spenking at the llth annual convcntioi: ot the synod, he Iherc ore hu- man reasons Icr having differ- ent denominations and people must accept the validity of dif- ferent church bodies "Our president lias been deeply involved in discussions uith Anglicans and also at L some length the Roman Catholics. If studied closely, I here are actually very few dif- ferences in many areas of our beliefs." Mr. criticized the rhurrh "carrying conprega- lionalism a liillc Loo fai." saici people often tliink Ihcir in- dividual congregation is the church's vilal and oiily opera- tion and forget the synod. "YJ'e have to start working together. Congregations may do a lot of wheel spinning and get intention, hut they really uon'L very effective if they insist on working by themselves." Respecl Lakeview Mennonite Brethren Church >l So. H. P. NIKKE', Co.ordir.alcr Ph. 345-3335 School ,'i.m Morning V.'orship Service NO EVENI.V; KFRVICK EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH I2th Avc. anj Mngrolh Drive Phone Pastor: REV. K. 1. JO5T a.m. CHRISTIAN EDUCATION IIOL'H ii.iu The Worslnp Service: "Tlir: FI1UIT OF TflE SPIIUT" ji in Service at ITic Naznrcno Churcli A CORDIAI. INVITATION" TO AI.I. Bethel Baptist Church 716 23rd Slreel North N. CARLSON, PASTOR Day set Lost year Roman Cnlh- olic Bishops of Canada doculpd (o set aside a .special da> cncli year lo emphasize rc.spL'Cl lor life in all Us stages The deri- sion was an expression of Hie Bi.shops' cunceni for Ihe un- 1 Christian and inhuman violence by action, deprivation of rights, cvc-n by indifference and committed against human Life uxlny in C.inada anrl abroatl. '1'his year Ihc spe- j cial day will bu uhservcc] Sun- i day, April Tliis year's theme is ''Tlie Ajjcd in Llic I-'junily of Man.'1 the Dioc-o.w of Cal- gary churches are bein" It) use special readings and ini- liaU; programs incline; and cmplia.sjyc: "A c d IL Ihe Family rif Man." CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 1203 4 AVC. 5. SVJNDAY a.m.-C-inC "The Tlial IIKAUS" fc.lO a Sunday Schnol Clnirch Service 111 nd IHTC for more llian live _MMIS tm'k place hisl Novem- ber '.vlu'ji an old Catholic clnux'h opened for a visit- ing Haluin culuiral delegation to attend tiKiss. The soi Ufi1 concluded in Latin. TIKTC was ;io sinking iiiul. in the okl-fashioin'i! style. Hir- pL'K'st koui liis bad; (o the inosl of Uu' sL'rdce AITKNDAXCI. SMALL On I'aslor Sunday tliis year, services were also held (or the first time. On tho holiday. Ihe Cathoic mass celebrated, led by a (hnir nf six riiini-SL1 serviee attended li> only .-.bonl IM people. nuj.Mly foreign diplomats u few Chinese in each con.ure- although Easier Sun- day is I lie most imporlaiU dute im the Christian calen- dar, commemorating the res- uri'i'ction of C'hrist Tin1 P-otestant services arc held in an upstairs room of an old building in central Peking, bcbiiul Hospital, for- merly known as t'lie Anti-Im- perialist Hospital. TliL-y arc conducted by a Willie-haired pries'.. Falher Kan Ik1 is by a dea- con and an old Chinese lady, v, ho played the piano to ac- company [he hymns. On Eac'er Sunday, there were other Chinese in the congregation, all of whom took communion. The service, said in Thincst, included reg- ular Kapler lessons, pray PS 2 ani! hymns, including a Chinese version of Jesus Christ is Risen Today, Halle- lujah. r PKIESTS LF.FT Father Kan. who wore a plain black cassock, said afi- LTV-'ards tliat all the IJrotcs- PC'rls hud joined in one unified movement, hut, now there vere only a few prieMs left and no bishops. He -aid he occasionally held small Forvices for Chinese be- lievers, but they wore inlor- miltcnl Enid vvcre not nUended hy many people. Nevertheless, he conducted (lie service, with nhvious fa- miliarity and communicant.s noted that wafers of bread used in Ihe ritual had been niitdo specially for a religious service, stamped with a rep- resentation of Chrisl on the cross. The Cnlholic church belongs In the Patriotic Association of Chinese Catholics, which was formed in 1HV7 and by IflliX bad consecrated 42 Chinese bishops, none of (hem recog- nized by the1 Vatican. At the Catholic Church of the Virgin Mary on Easier Sunday, there were six Chinese in the congregation. In addition to the choir, a organist uc.cuinpanicd the The service, i n c I u d i n g hymns, was in Lalin through- out and was conducted by Hev. Want; who wore Irarlilional veslments and de- scribes himself as Ihc vicar- general of Peking. There were an estimated Ihr PC million Chinese Cailin- lics and one million Proles- lanls in China before Ihe Communist revolution. CHURCH "1702 3rd Aven IsluM: D. GOLDSMITH J. KKES11NSKI ''CRUSADE AFTERGLOW" CHURCH OF NAZARENE SCHOOL 1 SERVICE DIAL-A-THOT 327-4581 CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Corner 5lli Av0, and 1 3lh 51. S SAIVA1ION HEAUNG MIRACIES Patter: Rflv. T. W. RaycioM Service I Service BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS 633 7th SI. Sojlh ll.OU o[ Bri'ad -in ID. Sundiiv Srhool DO WE Speaker: Mr. W. PicWoixl A Nearly Welcome Awails You Herel CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720 2Ut Ave. S. SUNDAY SU'th Service WEDNESDAY p.m. [iiblc Sludy .128-2708 or :I27-7MI EVERYONE WELCOME NORBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH The C'lureh In Canada 140? B Avc. N. PASTOR: N. W. HEEDNER School Worship with Crusade After Clow Rally at Xazarrnp Cluirch. KVEHYOXE CORDIALLY WKT.COME. Two Lutheran insurance firm KITCHKNKK, Onl. fCEM Two Lulheran in the L'niled Elates have an- nounced Mini they liavu their operations in Canada by i-rcaling u new fraternal in- society. 'Die Lulheran f.ife [n.surancc j Sru iety of Canada, uitli (jnarU'is in Waterloo, uill sinrt million of insurance in force, alwui millimi in asptls and SO.Wi niemljer.s in 12ft local in five prov- inces. Sponsors of UK: .society <'irc llui Aid Association for Lu- therans of Applelon, Wis.. and Ihr- Lutheran Rrnllierliood of Minneapolis Worship p i7i KvcninR Worship IMXISIIMKNT Testimony Meeting KOOM p.m Open Tues Thins Sat. DEDICATE GIDEON BIBLES a coniiriuing memorial Pti. 327-5325 or 328-4S65 PLACED IN HOTELS. SCHOO1S, HOSPITALS, PRISONS 9fh Ave. and 16th Sv -S -Phono 327-8827 P. C, Rci. SUNDAY SERVICES r: Srhnol for ;ill M ,Scrvicc p.m AKfT-Glfiw nnfl Sinnspirahon AS BilL t A FrierteLTy. Welcome Awcdtff Corner of 5lh Ave. and IBlh SI. N. Sunday a m. Morning .n.m Srn'irc p.m FVT.RYONT: D O1DFIELD. Pml PttOHl 3284170 LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church Invites you to listen lo tlic Back to God Hour every Sun- clay night al p.m. over CIIKC L'rulio. Today [lev. Ncderhood wil! spcnk oil WHO' DETUHMINKS T11K liOSI'EL? With all llio religions Icatliiiigs [loaling around, ttiis question on the Back of liolir is very sionificant. Paul's comlemmitiojj of anyone who brings a false gospel is a useful reminder to cnrefully sock the trulli in these days. Tlic Clirislian Rclonued church is located at 1B07 2uil Ave. 'A' N'orlll in the cily. Services at 10 a.m. anfl 7 p.m. You are invited cordially. REV. W. J. GAMBLE, PASTOR 520 7lh Slrcel Sovlh of (In1 Evangel Hour Listen every Sunday p.m. L'JOC 1220 K.C. 9M5 School classes for at! ages. Worship livening Service St. Andrew1! SOUTH LETHBRIDGE ROMAN CATHOLIC PARISHES WEEKEND MASSES ST. PATRICK'S CORNER Jlh AVE. or.d ]0lh ST. 5. SATURDAY, p.m. (SUNDAY OBLIGATION) SUNDAY-7 a.m., 9 a.m., 1030 a.m., 12 Noon ASSUMPTION 2405 12lh AVF. S. SATURDAY, p.m. (SUNDAY OBLIGATION) SUNDAY--8 a.m., a.m., 11 a.m., p.m. (Folk Mass In Hall a.m.) PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818 5lh Avenue Snulli MINISTER-IHE REVEREND L. D HANKINSON. B.A. ORGANIST-W.R. W. VANDERKOOY OF LIFE" BEYOND OURSELVES" Church School: All classes rrom nursery lo adult at a.m. Nursery and kindergarten during church hour also. L u theran Cli u rches CHRIST TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 416 12lU Sueei 5ou1h Plionu 377-0709 PAJTOR HAROID MARTIN 9: In a a.m. -Worship Service Church 1614 5lh Avenue South MInislcr, Rov. G. KEITH CHURCHILl, B.A, B.D. Busic Direclor; MS. LLOYD G. HOPPER. L.R.S.M. 9M5 a Chui'cfi School for all ngc.s "THE STHAJVGE CASK OF THE VI.SmU5 CIlUKCil" p.m.-CItUSADK AFTHK-GLOW MAI.LY a[ Tile Chui'ci] of Iho Njizarenp" (No evening ser'.'icc in First Baplibl) KVERYON'E THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA (EPISCOPAL, SAINT AUGUSTINE'S Rsclor: Rnv. R. L. Crisi'ieltl. S.A.. B.D. AMOciolo Rtv. e P. Doyle. B L 1 H and CNoir Mr. Fd'.vnrd Grt.-enwood l.T.C.L. Holy Communion El Jloly CcHinnLininn n in.- -MnniinH T'rnvcr, Senior Clioir f Nursery huililiisi All rlfpartrnonls of Church Sohwl OKOANISATFONS OK THK MASONIC ORDER ATTENDING p ni Paradr Sfvnpo. I2lh lAthhridgr Guide SKH VICES Tlnirsdny, May lib, a.m. Holy Commnnion IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Corner 6lh Avonun and SlrcDt 5. Minister F. Schocnp Phone Office. 318-6997 Res. ;mil Kiltie Class Worship with Cotnimmian Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd ELCC lllh Avenue ontJ 2.'.Hi SFreel Soulh PASTOR ALBERT OLSON a.m.-Sunday School Service Coiiitniinion First Sunday of Rach Month Thursday, April 27, nt Sinflcvs from Cnrnrosc" Llilen to Ihc Lutheran a.m. CFAC Calparv THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION OF PRESBYTERIAN, METHODISI AND CONGREGATIONAl CHURCHES Modernlor DR. A B. B. f.'.OORC, Toronto President o! Conference: RtV. P. J. THOMSON. Colgcry Choirmot, o( Preihytcry: REV. KEN JORDAN. Pincher Creek SOUTHMINSTER Ave. and SI. 5. MINISTERS: R. W K tlllOTT REV A. T. KING Muiicnl Dirrttor: Mr W. M. Wool OfKinisI Emonlus: Mr. A. K Purlc SUNDAY, APRIL 30, 1972 ST. MARY THE VIRGIN RECTOS: The Reverend Canon Robcrl Cowan, B.A., I. III. FOURTH AFTER EASTER 7-30 .-i.m.- MMIins Srlinnl KI.5.S a y in F.'irisli Hall JNIoiKiriy .SI f'rnlip and SI. James tti.'iri a.m. Eucharist MnnK-.'i 7 I'M! p.HI Kncliarist SaUiiTlay p in. Prrpnrnlion lor I'arLsh Com- a I'KIl: Mt'SIC: .Sonifjr Choir; "155111 I'salm" n m n.rn.-riinir n .SCHOOL AI.I. IIKPAHTMEMS sicnvirrs AVAII.ARI.F McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Serving SoulhecM I.etVibrldne fcom 1 .Vh A'.-c. ?4lK St. S. REV. FVORENCr. WHKIMSON B A B.O M Th Choir Oircclor: Mr. H. Von Ccitcrcn MRS. C GREENE SUNDAY, APRIL 30, 197? "POWKIl AND POLITICS" CIlRISTtAX KDTTATIO.V a.m. -.Inninr and Internicrliato iJtpl tn 1-1 yrs) a.m.-I'rcM'hool rinrl Primary itn 7 yr.O Nnrscry [''.--.cililios for Tiny Tnls FIRST UNITED CHURCH Corner of 5lh Avenue nnd 13lh Slrcei NorrS Direclor of Music-MRS. DOROTHY GIOCK AKM. fiMT SUNDAY, APRIL 30, 197? I'-OURTII SUNDAY AFTF.Ii KASTIiH Divine Worship a.m. Mr. 11. All Sundny School Dipts. Meet nl 11 rxi n in I-'acililics "A CITY CIIIJUCII. WITH A TIUHAI, WKI.COMI-V ;