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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, August LETHBRIDGE HERALO-13 Can A Baptist Church Save? NO! Neither Can Your Church! "There is none other name under heaven given among men (Jesus Christ) whereby ye MUST be saved 4 12 INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH OLD FASHIONED BIBLE STUDY 1714 14th Avenue South 7 30 p m Monday Coaldale girl helps inner-city dwellers NORBRIME COMMUNITY Evangelical Church In Canada 1402 8 Ave. N. 10 00 am School Classes for all ages 11 00 am Service Message THE CONQUEST OF DOUBT 7 00 p m Story for the Children Special Music D Sipe EVERYONE IS WELCOME Christians should learn to care tor everyone on their block, a missionary trorn Coaldale told Lethbndge sup- porters last weekend 'There needs to be a conti- nent wide concern by Christians tor everyone living on their block Mary Thiessen said during an inter- view More Christian homes should have an open door policy regarding spiritual and material help for children, adults addicts, unwed motheis and the she continued Miss Thieseen, 25, a graduate of Kate Andrews High School, Coaldale, par- ticipated in services at Lakeview Mennomte Brethren Church She was accompanied to Canada on a short visit by two girls experiencing their first journev away from the Watts area of Los Angeles Miss Thiessen, a Mennomte, has served for more than two years in the girls home of World Impact Inc Founded three years by Rev Keith Phillips, a Baptist minister, World Impact operates as an interdenominational mission in seven mnter city locations in North America and has in- vitations to enter 30 more similar centres While visiting at her parent's Coaldale farm. Miss Thiessen described World Im- pact ministry Her brother, Walter serves as house direc- tor lor a World Impact men's home in Wichita Kan Life V3lues are very low in the inner cit> area of Los Angeles she said "Children are just dolls Death and mindei and illegitimate mean nothing Bv word of mouth, residents have learned World Impact homes for men and women, and a gang ministry is there to help them spiritually and materially The mission provides vegetables milk, clo'lnng literacy tutoring, sewing and cooking classes shelter and visits Children's club1- and church services are also offered Miss Thiessen is a member of Lakeview Mennomte Brethren Church The congregation provides her missionary support LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE PASTOR M L ISRAELSON 520 7th Street South HOME OF THE SUNSHINE EVANGEL HOUR LISTEN EVERY SUNDAY 10 30 P M CJOC 1220 K C 9 45 a m School (Classes for ail ages) 11 00 am Worship 700 p m Service 7 00 p m (Tues Prayer and Bible Study 6 30 p m (Friday) Young People's Service Hearty invitation is extended to all and a warm welcome awaits you LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC CHURCHES WEEKEND MASSES ST. PATRICK'S CORNER 4th AVE and 10th ST S bATURDAY 7 00 p m Obligation SUNDAY 900am 1030am 12 Noon ASSUMPTION 2405 12th AVE S SATURDAY 7 30 p m Obligation SUNDAY 8am 930am 1100am 430pm Folk Mass 10 45 a m Hall ST. PETER ST. PAUL'S (BYZANTINE RITE) CORNER 7th AVE and 12th ST 'B NORTH SUNDAY am ar d 11 a m THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION OF PRESBYTERIAN, METHODIST AND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES Moderator RIGHT REV N BRUCE McLEOD Toronto President of Conference Dr Nelson R Mercer Chairman of Presbytery Rev T Medicine Hat 'That's a no-no! Above Brad Murdoch (seated centre) depicting the temptress and tempteo .n this scene from God- Jesus warns his followers against worldly ways Playing spell are Paula Byron and BOD Emmens Godspell glitter bringing happy Galilean to the Yates SOUTHMINISTER 4th Ave and11thSt S MINISTERS Rev Kenneth W Morris B Sc B L) Rev William Calderwood M A DIRECTOR OF MUSIC Mr Wilfred Woolhouse ORGANIST EMERITUS Mr A K Putland SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 1100 am Sermon "WHERE IS GOD IN TODAYS WORLD9" Rev Kenneth Morns Church School Registration Sunday, Sept 8th McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Serving Southeast Lethbndge from 15th Ave and 24th Si S MINISTER REV BLAKE VNDERSON Choir Director Mr H Van Egteren Organist MRS C GREENE SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 11 00 am Title "LABOUR AND REST Nursery Facilities Available FIRST UNITED CHURCH Corner of 5th Avenue and 13th Street North MINISTER REV KEN JORDAN B A B D Organist Mr Allyn Mills SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 11 00 am Worship SERMON 'LIMITED ViSION Sunday School Registration Sept 8 at 11 00 Youth Group Registration Sept 10 at 7 00 SOUTHERN ALBERTA JAPANESE UNITED CHURCH Corner ol 9th Ave ft 8th Street North Minister Rev BenMurataBD SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 1 9 30 a m Japanese Sunday Worship Service to be held in Lethbndge 7 30 p m Service at Taber Sermon "I AM THE WAY AND THE TRUTH AND THE LIFE" Rev Ben T Murata Bv NOEL BUCHANAN Herald Religion Writer Wisdom fi om a happv Galilean is about to descend upon Lethbndge next week with paiables incorporating song and dance Theatie One a thedtm ul touring companv from Santa Barbara Calif will present the pop musical Godspell in Yates Memorial Centre Sept 5 6 and 7 Based on the Gospel ot St Matthew Godspell was written John Michael Tebeldk and S t e p h n Schwa I to portraj Jesus as a man said Brad Mur- doch m an interview Mr Murdoch a former Lethbndge resident has per- formed on stage since he was eight years old Godspell is people he said vehic le tor to as well as adults The parables in the lirst half ically draw people out Then things get a little heavv towards the end as Jesus he must die Mi Muidoch a member ol the Church ot Jesus Christ of 1 atter Saints Godspell has received a good reception from a variety of faiths Some clergy wonder a little at first Mr Murdoch said but after seeing the show lor themselves become quite enthusiastic Favorable responses have been received from Catholics Jews Mor- mons Baptists and many otheis he said Stephen Schwartz who wrote the songs is a Jew John Michael Tebelak who wrote the book is a Christian fundamentalist Michael Driscoll who portravs Judas in the produc lion has a conservative Catholic familv background Mr Driscoll said the Godspell scoie has had definite effect on the actors When are a touring compam on the road for five months there can be all sorts ot ego clashes Mr Driscoll said There are seven or eight strong egos in our com- panv All ol them have their private lives to lead as well as perform Things can get out of hand but with Godspell somehow differences just sort themselves out Mr Murdoch said script in addition to good theatrical rrui e lal, needs a degree o> uve enthusiasm and dedication to perform well He said he has observed some difference when other actors without genuine sympathy for a celebration of o >d perform Godspell No one has reacted adverse Iv to the clown attire Godspell characters ptrlorm in Mr Murdoch said borne audiences art, a bit shocked at first noticing Jesus wears a Supel man shirt But tnen thev realize the S tould also stand for Saviour Mi Muidoch said We want to know when, at the end of the performance the carrv Jesus above their heads that this is sym bolic of the resurrection We don t leave Jesus dead on the fence Richard Molmare is the current production director with Isaac Jenkins in charge ol music tickets for the Lethbndge performances be obtained from Leister s Dominicans name new N Italy CVP> The Roman Catholic order of the Dominicans elected Rev Vincent de Couesnongle of France as superior general Wednesday He replaced Rev Anicetr. Fernande? ol Spam who juverned tho orvlt'i toi 12 with relativc-h liberal po The PomiiiK an oicier is widelv regarded at t! e Vatican as of somr ot Ini mosi progressive thmkois tn 'lie Roi l Iniuh enter ithol THE SALVATION ARMY MAJORS 1302 4th AvenueS Corps Officers THELMA M CORNEY JOAN M PIERCE 9 30 a m School 11 00 am Worship 7 00 p m Service Thursday 7 30 Bible Study WE INVITE YOU TO MAKE THE ARMY YOUR CHURCH HOME rathei dc Couesnongle 58 entered I lie bom' 19.i5 and bi'i ns troublmi'his son will be featured in t< bt hown hr 7 and 8 turn niit.od Son on ,md 8 irt pin Sunday in I.ethbridge Chinch ot the Assistant pastor Lnrrv Spicei sav- 10 public is invited to attend THEOPHILUS VUD1FS REVEAL THAT FACH CloARET YOU SMOKh -x SHORTENS NOUR Lit l4kVNLHFS VWbL SO BLJI W_ HAVE AM ADVANTAGE V, OVLR NO t1 AT U AST WE. KNiCW WHAT v WE'LL PIE. FRO" CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720 Ave S Don lid R Givens Fvrinqolisi Sunday 10 1 TI Worship 11 A 11 ind 6 ni 7 10 p m For Information and Home Study Phone 328-0972 or 328-0855 j f Vf RYONF VvTl OOMr ;