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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, February 22, 1975 Hanky-panky plagues Toronto sanctuaries BAPTIST CHURCH 716 23 Street North (Phone 327-1484) Morning Service of Metro churches and cathedrals shows a high rate of thefts and vandalism, often to the point where they are having difficulty getting insurance. Incidents have included used for BAPTIST CHURCH (North American Bcptltt 32S-19IH SltMl North Pailor-REV. H. POSCHWATTA-Plwne 328-2045 Sunday School (German and English classes) German Worship Service Even ng Gospel and an unsuccessful attempt at cracking a cathedral safe. Canon Owen Prichard of the Church of the Redeemer on Bloor "A thief is a thief. He has shown he has no respect for God's commandments. So why should he care? If he has no respect, for man, why should he have re- Iiike most mennonite Brethren Church 15 Avenue 29 Stretl South Pattor: Rev. Henry Unrau 329-3542 School 1 1 :00 Morning Worship with Rev. E. Epp ol Grassy Lake bringing the message NO EVENING SERVICE (Visitation Night) Monday. Young Peoples Bible Study Tuesday. 8 to Adult Bible Study and Prayer meeting Wednesday. Pioneer Girls and Boys Brigade "A Cnurch where Chris is loved and people are the church of the Redeemer is open only throughout the day. A church attendant is always handy. Most suburban church doors are open at night for parish programs that downtown churches do not offer. Rev. David Whitehouse of St. Peter's Anglican church said his congregation is "a bit TABERNACLE Cor. 5th ind 13th St. S. SALVATION HEALINGS MIRACLES Pallor: REV. T W. ROYCROFT Sunday School Morning Service Evening His church was burned by an arsonist 18 months ago and a restoration is almost completed. He noted the church is covered by insurance against mischief but most companies said "it wasn't a risk (with churches) it was a certainty." Rev. Douglas Stewart, rector of the 130-year-old St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, FREE CHURCH 12th Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive Patlor: REV. H. J. JOST Phone 327-81 13 The Christian Education Hour a.m. Worship Service "STARTLING PROPHETIC EVENTS" Evening Service Our youth will be in charge of our evening service. The Omega Cho r singing. Mr. Glenn Redekopp wilt be speaking. A CORDIAL INVITATION TO also limited the church's hours. "There's all kinds of hanky-panky. Winos come in with bottles, kids chase pigeons in towers all kinds of vandalism. We're in lower town and there's lots of derelicts." He said he always fears a carelessly discarded cigarette and things disappear, in- ALLIANCE CHURCH 1202- 3rd Ave.S. A. D. GOLDSMITH, the first night the new sound system was used. Rev. William Phipps of Trinity United Church said older churches are dark and large, offering lots of places to hide. To reduce thefts and vandalism in the sanctuary, Trinity built a chapel for 90 persons, as large as most rural churches, open to the public from 9 a.m. to p.m. Since July, there was only one break-in when someone took a candle, Mr. Phipps said. But Rev. John Furry of Walmer Road Baptist Church said its sanctuary doors are generally locked, the church has a buzzer system and a public announcement system to identify callers. But Mr. Prichard said churches are still "the one place where everybody can come in as a person without someone knowing who they are, what they know and if they have a Chargex card." B-P service p.m. CHINESE ALLIANCE SERVICES J.CHUANQ Sunday School "GIVING OF GIFTS" "WHY MARRIAGES GOSPEL TEAM MARCH 9 TO Christian Reformed Church nvites You to listen to the Back to God Hour every Sunday night at p.m. over CHEC Radio. THE DEVIL'S DESTRUCTION shows how the cross became the place where Satan's grip on creation was decisively broken. This is a message of special significance for those who have contact with the occult. Trie Christian Reformed Church is located at 1807-2nd Ave. "A" North in the City Services at a.m. and p.m. "YOU ARE INVITED CHURCH OF GOD N (Affiliated with Ambassador College SATURDAY, MARCH 1 to p.m. LETHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE LARGE LECTURE THEATRE 5th 1 11th St. South Mlniitur: CECIL MARANVILLE, Ph. 345-4705 (Collect) Listen lo GARNER TED ARMSTRONG ON CFCN RADIO and (Special) -Foremost Girl Guides and Boy Scouts will hold their annual worship service at 7 p.m. Sunday in the Foremost Com-munily Hall. Everyone is invited, p OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Everyone Welcome FIRST, SECOND and SEVENTH WARDS: 1912-10th Avenue South THIRD and FOURTH WARDS: 28th Street South and Scenic Drive FIFTH and SIXTH WARDS: 2223-6th Avenue 'A' North STUDENT BRANCH: 28th Street South PLEASE PHONE 328-8305 FOR FURTHER J GIDEON BIBLES n continuing memorial u Phorw 327-5322 or 327-2735 PLACED IN HOTELS, SCHOOLS, tl HOSPITALS, PRISONS 3 n CHURCH OF CHRIST id 4JJ.11lhSt.S. J. R. CHAPMAN, Minister H MR. p. MAISEY. Organist pj "DIAL AN ANSWER" or 327-4774 pi Family Service a.m. {Worship Service for Adults S.S. Classes for Children) th re EVERYBODY WELCOMEI fr fa ENTECOSTAL FABERNACLE ON S20-7th StrMt South unihlne Evangel Hour CJOC 1290 K.C. tool (Classes for all ages) (Phone 328-7461) c Service usic) tomorrow, February 23, from n C.F.C.N., Channel 13. all and a warm welcome awaits M. L. ISRAELS Home of Listen every Sunday Sunday So Bus Rides Morning W Evangelist (Special M Watch "THE NEW LIFE" p.m. o Hearty Invitation ll eilended SCIENCE d AVI.S. I" Sunday School tin Sunday Service in "MIND" JJ Wednesday, Testimony 'n Meeting aK READING ROOM Open Noon p.m. cn Tues.. Thurs., Sit. tui an WALTER KERBER photo A scene from the steppes? Snowy rooftops, a gate and Orthodox Christian crucifixes surround Assumption Church of the Holy Virgin in North Lethbridge. A visitor looking through the gate could easily feel this view was part of a Russian village. Drop-in centres popular Drop-in centres for Canada Winter Games athletes have helped bring together Lethbridge faith groups, a city clergyman reported this week. "The Games have provided a good ecumenical venture because many different faith groups were Rev. Keith Churchill, chairman of the co-ordinating committee said. Drop-in centres operated from 10 a.m. to midnight at First Baptist and St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, south of the athletes village, were ex- tremely well attended, Mr. Churchill said. Cardinal virtues A steady stream passed through First Baptist .were. The Bridge offered a graffiti board for scribblers, recreational table tennis, burlap for making team banners, a pinball machine, souvenir photography of visiting athletes and a light refreshment service. At Chimo in St. Andrew's, standing room crowds attend- ed evening entertainment which included folk singing, musicians Plink and Plunk on piano and banjo, Nova Scotia jazz and a classical guitarist Dale Ketcheson. "We've had no problems with discipline or Mr. Churchill observed, adding warm appreciation for the efforts of Bill Roycroft, drop-in centre co-ordihator. Faith groups also made available emergency billet space in private homes and counselling services at the Games medical centre. Mr. Churchill anticipates the budget set by faith groups will now be met since ad- ditional revenue has come in during the Games. Cross stolen JUSTICE By DAVID POLING NEA Religion Writer The ancient Hebrew Psalmist gives us some clues to the many dimensions of justice when he wrote: "Give the king thy justice, 0 God, and thy righteousness to the royal son! May he judge thy people with righteousness, and thy poor with (Psalm 72, R.S.V.) How interesting it is that the seven cardinal virtues did not include or specifically identify freedom and truth. Apparently these were realities taken for granted, like gravity. These were the basic conditions of created order; justice emerges as the primary enforcer of the un- seen verities. The classical scholars and the Hebrew prophets quickly realized that the loss of freedom and truth meant the failure of a just society. Over and over again the Old Testament cries for the exer- cise of justice, particularly for the poor. Justice is the only way that the weak, powerless and dis- inherited can survive in this turbulent world. The presence of justice protects the widow, the orphan, the refugee, the ged. Justice is a bridge between church and state, the sanc- tuary and 'the court. H holds an inherent awareness of moral consequence, for it is a reflection of the axiom that all true religion begins in mystery and ends in politics. Justice is truth in action. Thales, the Greek philosopher, looked to the social and economic definition of this virtue when he wrote: "If there is neither excessive wealth nor immoderate poverty in a nation, then justice may be said to prevail." If we accept his judgment, then our world, in the present arrangement of food, shelter and health care, presents a living theatre of in- justice. Albert Camus way right when he said: "Our task as men is to find the few prin- ciples that will calm the in- finite anguish of free souls. We must mend what has been torn apart, make justice im- aginable again in a world so obviously unjust, give hap- piness a meaning once more lo people poisoned by the mis- ery of the century." Justice is the beginning of the lull life. It was the signal for the coming of Christ, first through the powerful social preaching of John the Baptist. Then, the appearance of Jesus who said: "The poor have the good news preached to them to set at liberty those who are oppressed No wonder that Aristotle said that justice was brighter than the stars. Next: Fortitude HAMILTON, Bermuda (Reuter) Police are investigating the reported theft of one of Bermuda's priceless gold .cross with five emerald'in- sets that was found in a sunken 16th-century Spanish vessel. Diver Teddy Tucker, who discovered the cross along with other gold and jewelry pieces about 15 years ago, reported to police that a take had been substituted for the real one. -'the Herald- Religion Iron Springs ready for prayer IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The Iron Springs Christian Reformed Church will host an interdenominational World Day of Prayer service at p.m. March 7. A social hour will follow, in the church. Mission reminder at Cardston CARDSTON (HNS) Approximately people were present to hear a missionary message at the recent Cardston LDS quarterly conference. President. Fred Spackman said the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints is a missionary church. It teaches two fun- damental truths, the divinity of the Lord Jesus Christ and the restoration of His gospel. He told members that everyone can be a missionary through friendship and example. Other speakers were Robert Low, Robert Lawless and Bon- nie Perrett. President Ray Beckam of the Alberta Saskatchewan Mission also spoke. Teddy Brewerton, regional representative of the Council of the Twelve Apostles based in Calgary shared experiences he had while serving in the South America mission. 'Problem' leaves Bible school HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP) "Every man in the world is sin- ful, some more than says Rev. Lee Stanford, who became president of Florida Bible College after his father resigned and admitted he was having an affair with a student. "Men fail. The Bible says Rev. Stanford, 34. "There was a problem at the college, and the problem left." His father, Dr. Ray Stanford, rocked the college he founded 12 years ago by running off last month with a 20-year-old coed. "I look for only positive things to come from my father's says the son. "Certainly the college has a clean record'. Our work here is based on on one person." The elder Stanford, 58, gave the reasons for leaving the student school in this South Florida city in a taped message. The message was played to an assembly Jan. 26, the day after his disappearance. The faculty unanimously elected Rev. Stanford to assume his father's role as leader of the school, one of the largest of its kind in'the United States. Bishop's reputation defended PARIS (Reuter) The French Roman Catholic Church today absolved from moral guilt a bishop who died last month in a room in a Paris hotel used by prostitutes. After a month-long inquiry into the death of 57-year-old Msgr. Roger Tort of Montauban, the episcopate acknowledged that it cannot account for all his movements on the night he died, but said the facts do not bear out any shameful allegation. Bishop Tort arrived here from Montauban on a church mis- sion Jan. 12 and took a room at the Catholic Aid Society head- quarters, an episcopate communique said. He went out on the evening of Jan. 16 saying he planned to meet a wartime friend. The communique said there is evidence showing that the bishop saddendly fell ill and sought help around 11 p.m. in a hotel in the Rue de Ponceau, a notorious Paris red light district. "A few minutes later he died suddenly in a room put at his disposal. A doctor was called urgently but he could only conirm the death. These are the facts." Church Chuckles by CARTWRIGHT "What's a charitable way to say your last three pledge payments have "YE DO ERR, NOT KNOWING THE SCRIPTURES" Matthew Ignorance of God's Word usually means ignorance of Christ. (John Bring your Bible to an old-fashioned Bible study. INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH Moling In ttw Uthbridgt Conilructlon AMocirtion Building 122 5 AVMIM South Monday, p.m. 1875 -1975 THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN CANADA CENTENNIAL YEAR ST. ANDREWS 1 5lh Avenue South MlnliUr: REV. L.D. HANKIN90N, B.A. School "TO SIT WHERE YOU SIT" Organist: W. Van der Kooy BETHLEN 10JO-10 AvtniM North MinKter: REV. O. TELCS, B.A. B.D., M.TH. LENTEN SERVICES ENGLISH School HUNGARIAN Organist: Vivian Toth ;