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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Siturday, Fcbruwy 15, 1175 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 38 BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS SlrMt South Sunday 1 1 :00 Memorial Service Public Lecture Wednesday Bible Class "THE MISSION OF THIS WORLD" SPEAKER: MR. WM. BLACKER THE SALVATION ARMY 1302 4th Avenue South THELMA M. CORNEY, JOAN M. PIERCE 9 30 School, transportation 327-8957 a.m.-SCOUT-GUIDE WEEK CHURCH PARADE Capt. Peter Roed, Territorial Scout Leader preaching. Families Invited to attend with children. Service Thursday at and Bible Study WINTER GAMES SPORTS RALLY NIGHT Sunday, Feb. 23 at 7, p.m., features movie "THE BIG SPLASH" A story about competitive swimming LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC CHURCHES WEEKEND MASSES ST. PATRICK'S CORNER 4th AVE. and 10th ST. S. SATURDAY, p.m. (SUNDAY OBLIGATION) SUNDAY, 9 a.m., a.m., 12 noon ASSUMPTION 2405-12th AVE. S. SATURDAY, p.m. (SUNDAY OBLIGATION) SUNDAY, 8 a.m.. a.m., 11 a.m., p.m. Folk Mass a.m. In Parish Hall ST. PETER ST. PAUL'S (BYZANTINE RITE) CORNER 7th'AVE. and 12th ST. 'B1 NORTH SUNDAY a.m. and 11 a.m. THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION OF PRESBYTERIAN. METHODIST AND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES Moderator: RIGHT REV. WILBUR K. HOWARD President of Conference: Dr. Nelson R. Mercer Chairman of Presbytery: Rev. T. Medicine Hat SOUTHMINSTER 4th Ave. and 11th Street South MinitKrl: REV. KENNETH W. MORRIS, B.Sc.. 8.D. REV. WILLIAM CALDERWOOD, M.A. Director ol Mullc: MR. WILFRED WOOLHOUSE Organitt Emwllul: MR. A. K. RUTLAND SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16 11-00 Worship SERMON: "PRESSING ON TOWARD THE GOAL" Rev. Kenneth Morris Jr. Choir: "The Lord Is My Shepherd" 4 part canon Unison Q.uartet: "Woodland Scene" A. Rowley Mini-Choir: "I Would Sing, Sing, Sing" Lovelace Church School in All Departments at a.m. NURSERY AVAILABLE TO HpNOUR Winter Games Athletes and Coaches of the Atlantic Provinces MCKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Swing SouthMIt Ulhbrldgt from 15th Ay., md 24th St. 8. MINISTER REV. BLAKE ANDERSON ASSOCIATE MINISTER MR. WILLIAM THWING Choir Dlrtctor: Mr. H. Van Egtenn Organfft: Mra. C. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16 11 '00 am Service, Children's Story SERMON: "DELIVERANCE TO THE CAPTIVES" Music: K.R. Mills Duet: Mrs. H. Plumpton and Mrs. K.R. Mills SUNDAY SCHOOL and Intermediate (9-14 years) and Primary (to 8 years) p.m.-Hi-C (15-17 years) Peoples FIRST UNITED CHURCH Corner of 5th AwniM and 11th SlrMt North Mlnilrtr: REV. KEN JORDAN, B.A., B.D. Organist Mr. Allyn Mills Choir Barbara Hwozdecxl SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16 Worship SERMON: "THE CROWN OF GLORY" Anthem: "Come Holy Spirit" by John Peterson Solo: "It Took A Miracle" Soloist: Glenn Simington School (All Depts.) NURSERY PROVIDED SOUTHERN ALBERTA JAPANESE UNITED CHURCH Control Ml Aw. t fth HN MURATA, B.O. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16 1 1 :00 Joint Family Service will held at Lethbridge BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH 716 23 Strytl North (Phom 327-1484) Morning Service EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 12th Miyor Drlvt Piilot: REV. H. J. JOST Pholit M7-6113 Christian Education Hour Service Rev James Westman of Calgary will be speaking Service "LIFE'S MOST POPULAR GAME" WE WELCOME ATHLETES TO OUR SERVICES ON SUNDAY! YOUNG PEOPLE LEAD ANNUAL SCOUT-GUIDE WEEK WORSHIP SERVICE Baden-Powell promise reminds youth to love and serve God NORBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH School Service MESSAGE: "FEET IN MOTION" MESSAGE: "HOW TO BE SOMETHING" TIM Evungtllcil Church In AM. N. p.ilor-D. E. SIPE Everyone is Welcome By NOEL BUCHANAN Herald Religion Writer Canadian Guide and Scout association leaders are giving fresh, quiet reminders concerning investiture pledges and philosophy behind the two youth programs. Baden-Powell youth program members promise love and service to God during enrolment ceremonies. The Boy Scouts of Canada do not administer programs, explained Robert Jenkins! Southern Alberta region ex- ecutive. "Scouting serves the institu- tion that is chartered to use its Mr. Jenkins said. "It depends on the church to gear this pattern into its own organizational structure and program. The church controls its Scout group as defined in the charter it receives and renews annually." Section leaders are en- couraged to be members of a religious faith of their own choosing, thus setting an ex- ample to boys in their care, Mr. Jenkins said. "Scouting under good leadership helps to develop desirable traits of character and habits of conduct that are a part of the Christian way of life. As a supplementary aid in the religious education of boys, Scouting helps them relate to the church and trains them in 'skills which enable them to be useful Mr. Jenkins added. Pat Horan, based in Ottawa but travelling continuously for the national Scout office, heads up a recently-developed sponsor relation program for Scouting. Mr. Horan, who has visited Southern Alberta, es- pecially seeks to cultivate good relationship with religious bodies interested in the Scout program. In addition, a four-page sec- tion with practical hints and news of church sponsored Scout programs is included periodically in The Canadian Leader, a national Scout adult publication. "Most groups in Southern Alberta are sponsored by a religious Mr. Jenkins said. "But even where a ser- vice club or community association sponsors Scouting, leaders are instructed and en- couraged to provide spiritual example." All Scput groups are en- couraged to include simple prayer in section meetings, to say grace before group meals and to conduct a simple form of worship in camp dubbed a Scouts Own. "The aim of Scouting is spiritual, social, physical and mental development of Mr. Jenkins secret of gearing Scouting into the church lies in the quality of leadership that is recruited for the job." Any church has the privilege of restricting section membership in Scouting to children of that church, or where others are permitted to join, to make religious exer- cises and instruction a condi- tion of membership, Mr. Jenkins added. He noted, particularly the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Salvation Army have both of- ficially endorsed Scouting as their official boy programs. missioner to determine com- pany definition. Churches nominate section leaders who are then appointed by the commissioner when she is satisfied they understand their responsibilities to the sponsor and to the Guide organization. Open Scout and Guide groups encourage membership in a faith of one's own choice. Prayers and camp worship are kept volun- tary and in simple form. There are currently no clos- ed Brownie Packs or Guide companies in Lethbridge. Religion in Life Awards are available to Scouts and Guides affiliated with a varie- ty of faiths including Catholic, NEW HOPE CENTRE OF LETHBRIDQE 1505 6th Ave. South SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16 Worship and Ministry Worship and Ministry A BIBLE CENTBED CHARISMATIC CHURCH WHERE YOU ARE WELCOME! COME THOU WITH US AND HE WILL DO THEE GOOD The strongest Scout units are those with a good church- Scout relationship, the United Church of Canada has dis- covered. And with this observation in mind, new effort has been in- jected into United Church Scout programs across Canada. Donald Laing of Saskatoon, an ordained United minister, has written an interdenominational volume published by the national council of the Boy Scouts of Canada entitled, Let's Celebrate. The book sets out some practical suggestions on how to operate good Scout programs in conjunction with Christian education. Some years ago, the United Church operated Sigma C and Tyro as the official denominational boy program. However, a national survey revealed nearly 10 times as many boys were joining United Scput groups as attend- ed the denominational program. Close to United Churches sponsor Beaver, Cub, Scout, Venturer and Jesus introduction aim at Sally Ann One of the strongest Scout- Guide units sponsored by the Salvation Army in Canada operates out of Lethbridge Citadel. Alberta division youth secretary Maj. Fred Halliwell of Edmonton notes the Lethbridge corps is the only one in the province offering a complete range of Salvation Army young people's sections. Units have operated with some lapses since the Lethbridge corps was the first in Canada to operate a Beaver colony (boys 5-7 years) and Sea Scouts (boys 11-14) under Army leadership. Strong emphasis is placed on supporting basic Scout and Guide citizenship goals with active and open Christian ex- ample. Section members are in- vited with their families to two annual church parades; prayers are said at all meetings and periodically films, devotional talks and an- nouncements concerning Army church progiams are made at section meetings. Salvationists view youth programs as an outreach for building Sunday school classes among non-church going families, and for active en- couragement of individual spiritual growth. "The greatest thing any of your leaders can achieve is to introduce a boy to Maj. Halliwell said address- ing Sea Scouts during a fall visit last year. Most Army Guide and Scout leaders are active members of a Christian denomination. Several teach Sunday school, preach or lead other worship activities. Their open role in church life is intended to arouse interest in the Chris- tian faith, Maj. Joan Pierce, Citadel officer and Beaver leader said. Army youth leaders take part in Boy Scout and Girl Guide training courses. In ad- dition, the denomination re- quires a temperance endorse- ment by section leaders and emphasis on high character and active programs. In addition to weekly sec- tion meetings at the Citadel, Army groups in Lethbridge place heavy emphasis on out- door and community service experience for members! Sunday at 11 a.m., Salvation. Army territorial Scout leader Capt. Peter Roed of Toronto will address an all-sections youth parade. Families and friends of member children are invited to attend, Maj. Pierce said. uiu uuiuco uui.ii presbyterian, Pentecostal, open and closed companies Angiican Baptist, Disciples explained Nancy Rutt, area of Christ, Lutheran, Latter-commissioner day Saints, Reorganized LDS, Mrs. Rutt claims there are United church Christian spiritual values expressed Scjen Salvation Army and throughout the whole Jewish faith, nzfesz am Breligious en. program is at McKillop, Mr. vironment Carefoot said. The AOTS men's club of the Mr. Carefoot said some church sponsors the McKillop United Church Scout leaders program. Members serve on previously hesitated about the Scout group committee spiritual instruction but feel and provide financial support new directives from .the and some section leadership, denomination and the Boy Bill Thwing, assistant Scouts of Canada will en-minister, has helped cultivate courage them to push a an awareness of Scouting stronger religious emphasis in among church members. grouP activities. Blazer B helping step for LDS A stepping stone program award before turning 12. for eleven year old boys "When a boy is invested, the helps the transition from Cubs older members attend an to Scouts in units sponsored by .afternoon session for the the Church of Jesus Christ of Mrs. Prince ex-LatterTday Saints. plained. "Mormon Scouts are The Blazer B patrol meets 'also being prepared for the during Primary, a daytime Aaronic priesthood and seem children's program of the LDS to have little difficulty ad-church, justing to a more relaxed According to LDS Scout Scout instruction program leader Claudia Prince, church after their twelfth birthday." policy does not allow boys un- Y DS usuallv iforms and through a series of regimented lessons have op- About 30 boys are involved portunity to gain the Pioneer in city Blazer B THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF PANADA Anglican Parishes of St. Mary the Virgin and St. Augustine welcome the Canada Winter Games Competitors to Lethbridge'and wish you SAINT AUGUSTINE'S REVEREND L. FRANK LEE, B.A. S.T.B. RECTOR REVEREND DEREK HOSKIN, L.Th., CURATE DENNIS WHITELEV, A. MUS. T.C.L., A.R.C.O. Orgnnitf and Choir a.m. Holy Communion a.m. Holy Communion a.m'. Choral Eucharist, Senior Choir (Nursery Provided) All Departments of School MIDWEEK SERVICES Tuesday. February 18, Holy Communion Wednesday, February 19, p.m. Holy Communion Thursday, February 20. Holy Communion UIDV TUT UIDffly Corner 12th St. 'C' d 1 MART 1 nt VIKWl ino eth N. RMtor: THE REVEREND CANON ROBERT W. COWAN, B.A., Lttl "FIRST SUNDAY IN LENT" Martins Holy Eucharist Church School Nursery Parish Hall Sung Eucharist Evensong Vestry a.m., Eucharist Wednesday Ember Day: p.m. Eucharist Saturday: p.m., Preparation (or Communion Scout and Bronze Challenge _ _ CUT OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON! Gentlemen: Please enroll me in the Free Bible Correspondence Course. I understand there is NO obligation, and that the course is conducted entirely by mall, based entirely oh the Bible, and is undenominational. MY NAME 272021st AM. Donald R. Givens. Evangelist SmxUv: Bible Study 10 a.m. Wenhfp: 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. p.m. For infarmaMon Md 1M-M72 or WELCOME ;