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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, 7, 1974 BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS Street Sunday Service 7-30 Lecture Wednesday Class Subject for Sunday p.m. "THE GLORIFICATION OF THE RIGHTEOUS: Speaker: Mr. W. Pickford CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Cor. 9lll Ave. 13th St. 9. SALVATION HEALINGS MIRACLES Pastor: REV. T W. ROYCROFT School Service Service Likeview Mennonite Brethren Church 15 Avenue ft 29 StrMt South Pastor: Rev. Henry Unriu Phone 329-3543 10.00 School for all ages. '11 -00 a.rn.-Message on "THE BIBLE, THE BOOK. WE LOVE" p.m.-MUSICAL CHRISTMAS PROGRAM presented by the Choir and musical groups of the church Coming: Next Sunday evening Annual Sunday School Christmas Program Monday. Peoples "A Church where Christjs loved and people are appreciated" BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH (North American Baptist General Conference) 329-19th StrMt North H. 328-2045 and English classes) Worship Service Gospel Service WORLDWIDE CHURCH OF GOD (Affiliated with Ambassador College) SATURDAY, DECEMBER to p.m. LETHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE LARGE LECTURE THEATRE Sth Ave. a 18th St. South Minister: CECIL MARANVILLE, Ph. 345-4705 (Collect) Listen to GARNER TED ARMSTRONG ON CFCN RADIO and TELEVISION St. Andrew's PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818-5 Avenue South L. D. HANKINSON B.A. W. VANDER KOOY School 11 -00 am of Holy Communion "CHRIST'S CROSS AND OUR LIVES" Nursery during Church Hour THE SALVATION ARMY 1302 4th Avenue South Majors: THELMA M. CORNEY, JOAN M. PIERCE School IN HEBREWS Major Thelma Corney preaching AM THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD" Major Joan Pierce preaching CHRISTMAS CANDLELIGHT SERVICE Sunday, December 22nd, p.m. Prayer and Bible Study Thursday at p.m. LETHBRIDCE ALLIANCE CHURCH 1202 3rd Ave. S. A. D. GOLDSMITH, Pastor p.m. CHINESE ALLIANCE SERVICES PASTOR J.CHUANG School Service Service "THE KING IS COMING" THREE SCREEN PRODUCTION PRESENTED BY THE SUNDAY SCHOOL SUNDAY, DEC. 15th p.m. Chmch Minister: REV. G. KEITH CHURCHILL, B.A., M.Diy. Organist: MRS. MARILYN SINCLAIR Pianist: MRS. MAIDA MACK Church School OF CHRISTMAS" Service conducted by the Laity Vesper Service conducted by the Young People "YOU ARF INVITED TO WORSHIP WITH US" LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE PASTOR M. L. ISRAELSON Street South Home of the Sunshine Evangel Hour Listen every Sunday p.m. CJOC 1220 K.C. 9-45 a.m School (Classes for all ages) Bus Rides (Phone 328-7461) Worship "THE WILL OF GOD" Service Special Music Watch the "NEW LIFE TELECAST" on C.F.C.N. Channel 13 (Sunday) between p.m. and p.m. Heirty invitation is extended to all ind a warm welcome awaits you Games request stirs pew By NOEL BUCHANAN Herald Religion Writer The advent of the Canada Winter Games has suddenly loomed a good deal larger for several Lethbridge churchmen. Rev. Keith Churchill, First Baptist minister, was approached by the Games society this fall to co-ordinate plans for two drop-in centres. More than a dozen congregations, including Jewish, Buddhist and Chris- tian groups, are discovering the project includes extensive hospitality planning. Priesthood preview RAYMOND (HNS) Dr. H. G. Taylor, George Pittman and Derral Nilsson spoke at the recent annual LDS Church "priesthood preview" here. About 200 people attended, including 100 11 year old boys and their fathers, the honored guests. Churches have been asked to provide their own sup- porting finances, budgeted at A full-time drop-in centre co ordinator will be hired during the Games. Purpose of church involve- ment is to provide a bridge between the community and athletes through hospitality and personal interest. Action includes: Drop-in centres at First Baptist and St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, situated across the street from athlete accommodations in Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute; Bilingual counselling clinic in conjunction with Games medical services; Hospitality organization providing guest meals for athletes in private homes; Religious service infor- mation Provision of up to 500 billets for two-or-three-night stopovers by parents, relatives and friends of athletes; Recreational enter- tainment. Southminster United' Church has announced a New- foundland Night for athletes from that .province. The visitors will be treated at a church sponsored dinner Feb. 16. Cathedral awaits builder TORONTO (CP) At the end of the 19th century, they tore down part of a Roman wall in England, brought the bricks to Toronto and placed them in the ceiling of a building down- town. If the building had been fin- ished, it would have been one of the greatest sights on the after a famous European cathedral. But in 1935, the project was abandoned. Today there is just a vast room with a magnificent ham- mer-beamed ceiling and a rec- tangle of foundation walls for what was to have been the Cathedral of St. Alban-the- Martyr. It was planned by John Stra- chan, Anglican Bishop of To- ronto, who founded what now is the University of Toronto. He collected gifts of land and money for the cathedral in 1843, but died before a site was chosen. Niagara bishop tempted to ordain women priests TORONTO (CP) Rt. Rev. John Bothwell, Anglican bishop of Niagara, said this week that he is tempt- ed to ordain women to the priesthood without official approval of the Canadian Anglican House of Bishops because a firm decision on the matter by his peers continues to be put off. Bishop Bothwell is attending a meeting of 35 prelates in nearby Port Credit. He said he is frustrated by the fact that two days of discussion on the sub- ject had resulted in a decision to submit the matter to further study "without a set time limit." Bishop Bothwell said he had every sympathy with four United States Episcopal bishops who ordained 11 women priests in Philadelphia last July. He could not get a seconder among fellow bishops here when he tried to introduce a motion that would permit any individual Canadian bishop to ordain women for his own diocese without risk of penalty. A suggestion that one or two dioceses try the innovation on an experimental basis met with similar disapproval. "We keep proposing more studies even though General Synod (highest legislative body of the church) approved of the principle of women priests more than a year Bishop Bothwell said in an interview. "It passed by a large major- ity and it was clear that the synod intended we should begin to move on it. The bishops who have reservations are holding up the whole process." He said he has no objection to further study "if only there could be an agreed timetable for action." The House of Bishops will bring the issue back for ratifi- cation to a General Synod in 1975. A site was agreed on in 1885 and in 1887 its cornerstone was placed. The crypt was built in 1889. The great chancel containing the altar and the choir stalls was built in 1891. In 1921, Queen Victoria's son, Prince Arthur, then Governor General of Canada, laid the cornerstone for the second stage which was never built. The original esti- mated cost soared to more than million by 1921. Sir Henry Pellatt, who was then building Casa Loma as his home, was chairman of the finance committee to raise funds to complete the second stage, but failed. In 1929, fire destroyed most of the interior of the building and some said it was a sign from heaven that God was fed up with the project. The bishop said it was God's way of drawing attention to the un- completed cathedral. But the project was finally abandoned in 1935. The finished part has been used as a parish project was so big that the altar and choir area is large enough for a congregation of more than 300 persons. The remaining foundation walls were finally covered in 1964 when St. George's College was built on top of them. Church Chuckles CAKTWKir.HT Transition troubles Anglican professor KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) Rev. Henry Gordon Hill, 52, says he is apprehensive about becoming bishop of the Angli- can Diocese of Ontario. A professor at the Universi- ty of Windsor, he said: "I see lots of problems in making the transition. I will have much to learn about the administra- tion of the diocese." Mr. Hill said he will also have to win the confidence of many of the clergy in the diocese extending from Trenton to Brockville and about 40 miles north to Parham. More laymen than clergy voted him bishop. He said his cautious attitude to proposed union of the Anglican and United Church might be a cause of some coolness towards him by clergy who want union quickly. Mr. Hill said his new posi- tion will mean a change of habits. A bachelor, he will move from a converted boathouse beside his mother's home to quarters in Kingston more suitable to a bishop. DEDICATED GIDEON BIBLES at continuing memorial Phone 327-5322 or 327-2735 PLACED IN HOTELS, SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, PRISONS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE AVE. S. 9.30 a m School Service "GOD THE ONLY CAUSE AND CREATOR" Wednesday. p m Meeting READING ROOM Open Noon 2'00 p m. Tues Thurs Sat. While he now wears a sweater instead of the customary clerical vest under his jacket, he will soon wear a bishop's robes. Mr. Hill grew up in Kingston and received his BA at Queen's University in 1945, his L. Th. (licentiate in t theology) at Trinity College in Toronto in 1948, and his MA in church history at Cambridge. He was ordained as a deacon in 1948 and as a priest in 1949 in England. Mr. Hill was a priest in churches in Belleville, Adol- phustown, Napanee, Redden- dale and Brockville, Ont., and in England. He was chaplain at St. John's College in Cambridge and at Canterbury College at the University of Windsor, where he has also been a professor for 12 years. He teaches English, European and church history. Bob Hope lauded NEW YORK (AP) Come- dian Bob Hope received the New York Salvation Army As- sociation's 1974 citation of merit this week for "wonder and joy of his good humor that for more than five decades he has shared with others." Past recipients of the 30- year-old award have included presidents Richard Nixon, Dwight Eisenhower, Herbert Hoover and Lyndon Johnson. 1381 "'Clever way to collect the special Christmas offer- ing, but it's confusing the heck out of Churches lifting baptism barrier CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) Nine United States churches have pledged to work toward removal of any restrictions to the "receiving into full mem- bership" baptised members of any of the other participating churches. The churches, meeting at the closing session Friday of the Consultation on Church Union, adopted a resolution calling on participating unions to affirm that membership in a particular church is full par- ticipation in "the whole Peo- ple of God." Consultation leaders said it marks the first time they have Religious book sales high CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 425 -11th St. S. J R CHAPMAN, Minister' MR D MAISEY, Organist "DIAL AN 327-4774 Family Service 10-00 a.m (Worship Service for Adults S S Classes for Children) EVERYBODY WELCOME! NEW YORK (AP) Reli- gious books are selling at a heavy clip in the United States., a new survey in- dicates. It found that 42 per cent of American families bought Bibles or other religious books in the last year. With U.S. census data putting the total number of families at about 52 million, that would mean that 21 million of them in the last 12 months bought at least one religious book. The survey was made by National Family Opinion Inc., an independent research agen- cy, and involved a sampling of families representative of a national cross-section in OthfiT f3C- tors. It found that 18 per cent of them have purchased new Bibles in the last year and 24 per cent, have purchased other religious total of about nine million Bibles and 12 million other religious books. The largest proportion of families, 6 per cent, own copies of the 350-year-old King James version, while the next Herald- Religion Messiah at Southminster Southminster United Church senior choir will perform its sixth annual presentation of Handel's oratorio, The Messiah, Dec. 15 at 3 p.m. in the church sanctuary. Conducted by Wilfred Woolhouse, this year's program will feature soloists Renate MacMillan, soprano; Mary Thomson, contralto; Walter Goerzen, tenor, and Arthur Hunt, bass. Starvathon aids distressed Members of St. Patrick's Spedapso unit will conduct a star- vathon in Lethbridge Dec. 13-15. Purpose of the event is to raise funds for Oxfam relief work in East India, Honduras, West Africa and Ethiopia and funds for local Catholic youth programs. Sponsor pledges are being sought by participants who will gather for the Starvathon in Catholic Central High school. New bookstore opens Christian education supplies, records, greeting, cards, music and home decorations are now available from a new business in High River. Maria de Rijke and Del Whitney recent- ly opened the Christian Book Boutique on 4th Avenue. Bibles in English, French and Dutch are available to customers, the owners report. Taber Mormons gather TABER (HNS) President Kenneth P. Anderson has an- nounced the quarterly conference of the Taber Alberta stake, LDS Church this Saturday and Sunday. A leadership session p.m. tonight will involve all ward and stake leaders, as well as all neighborhood missionary families. There will be no representation from Salt Lake City. The 10 a.m. Sunday meeting at the Stake Centre, 47th St. and 50th Ave. is open to the public. Bishop Maguire resigns MONTREAL (CP) The right Rev. R. Kenneth Maguire, Anglican Bishop of Montreal since 1962, has resigned his post. The resignation takes effect in mid-January. Bishop Maguire, 51, became one of the youngest Anglican bishops ever in Canada when elected at the age of 39. He said in a statement released through his office he had no immediate plans, but he intended to stay in the ministry and in Quebec. Bishop Maguire said the decision to resign was made after a "great deal of thought and prayer." A special synod of the clergy and lay delegates of the Montreal diocese will be called to elect Bishop Maguire's successor. Member decline 'good' TORONTO (CP) The recently-elected moderator of the United Church of Canada says that a decline in the church's membership in recent years has done more good than harm. Rt. Rev. Wilbur Howard, elected moderator Aug. 19, was speaking on the Let's Discuss It program on Toronto radio sta- tion CFRB. "There has always been some deadwood, which has been cleared he said of the reduction in membership. Rt. Rev. Howard, minister of Emmanuel Church in Ottawa, is the first black and first bachelor to be elected moderator of the United Church of Canada. He said a woman will soon hold the post. "Of the eight candidates for moderator in August, two were women and both were eminently qualified to be moderator he said. Artifact collector acquitted PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. (CP) A woman who admitted taking religious objects from a church on a nearby Indian reserve has been acquitted here of possessing stolen property. Judieth Patricia Faye Lepage, 31, of Prince George, ad- mitted taking and possessing the goods, but denied she intended to steal them. In a statement introduced during the trial, she said she believed the church was abandoned and about to be burned last July when she removed paintings and statues. She said unidentified persons were damaging religious ar- tifacts in the church when she arrived and they told her it was all right to take items. been asked to positively af- firm that all who are baptized into any of the churches are members of "His Universal Church" and they considered the resolution a landmark in the ecumenical movement. The nine churches are: Afri- can Methodist Episcopal, African Methodist Zion, Chris- tian Church, Christian Methodist Episcopal, Episcopal Church, Presbyterian Church in the United States, United Church of Christ, United Methodist Church the United Presbyterian Church in the United States. EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 12th Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive Pastor: RfV. H. J. JOST Phone 327-8113 School Service Evening Service "A CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL" most widely-owned version, the 30-year-old Revised Stan- dard version, was in 32 per cent of the homes. The third-placed version, now in 23 per cent of the fami- ly homes, was the three-year- old Living Bible. It is a paraphrase of the Bible, adding background material and clarifying obscure passages. "The continued growth in Bible sales has been stimulated by the new easy-to- read modern a summary of the report said. Bethlen Presbyterian Church 1014-10th Avenue North Lethbridge Minister Rev. George Teles B.A., B.D., Organist-Miss Vivian Toth Service School Service Guest speaker Rev. K. C. Doka, Super- intendent of Missions. Reception in honor of Mr. Doka following the service. NOHBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH Church at Study (Bible study for all ages) Church at Worship "A MILITANT CHURCH" (A Baptismal Serv- ice and Reception of New Members) Message: "MAN'S GREATEST CONQUEST" The Evangelical Church in Canada 1402-8 Ave. N. Pastor-D. E. SIPE Everyone is Welcome ;