Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
g _ TH- lETHBf'r-GE HERALD Salurdov. January :0. 1973 Southern Albertans give missions muscle Guard faith, 'j Lakeview Mennonite Brethren Church i R> M'FL jla t .Vert For :s THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD RELIGION e-i tr.e K-V'.sy In. seas. The men portVrtn hard l2bor in support cf rtl.-sions." Harrir.g-.jn plumb- ers carpenters. architects, engin- Mrs arxl l-.ave all usefully to the Dunn; !S75. MFM! cru- :0 construct a bridge, dig a and a radio t.i siirr.-l.ite trr.s and telephone systen in Col- r: r.i "ite arc a dental clirdc m :-r.d our- pain: nisiiocarv build- ings in Japan: at-d install elec- ec Ml-'MI aiou" years Amocg layrr.en attcr.dir.2 this irrc- ex-vs'i.ted. weei's meeting in Le'hbridee .rjtt'.-tt is :re lay- '.vs-re severs; -.ir.c have aireaiy i-: '.he er.gased in MFMI work cru- HARP L c.--: PI visit to Haiti expanded v interest ir. said Gary Hiiz cf Vulr" Haiti is a very country, yet they have harpy Trey seen: to De on top THE SALVATION ARMY 4th Avar-j. S. ol the world all the lime. Hfre in Canada. Christians are ot'ten down at the mouth.1' "I always felt it wiser to sive the dolJars than spend Iherr. C-E a tour fare." said Adolph of Medicine Hst. "But after being there. I ft.-.d I admire missionaries so much more. You pray [or them more intelligently because you are familiar with their situa- tion. Since returning, I hav? prayed and supported more Irian ever bafore." Mr. Janie said. Other district laymen includ- ing Edward Hanung of Vulcan. Clarence Kncdel of Medicine Hat and Norman Heebner cf Lethbridge eipreiieij similar sentiments. COl-SCIL District support e s hope to organize a Lethbridse cotmcij at their nex: mecring scheduled ior 7.SO p.m. on Feb. 21 Orgsnizer. REV Vern Schorr o: Norbridge C otn m tin i t y Church nil announce the loca- tion it a later date. Knights told TORONTO (CPi Secular- ism is trying to "shoulder the church out of modern John McPeviU. Supreme Knight of the Knights of Colum- bus, told the opening dinner of the annual meeting of the Supreme Council of the society- Calling for a unity of faith within the organization "to bridge effectually the many i barriers in today's society." Mr, McDevttt said the Knights o! Columbus must "say to the world. 10 le innovators, we have the loyalty, the stub- bornness to ouc in de- fence of our now widely attacked and even casually dis- missed by son'.e as irrelevant Bishop Francis A. Marocco, head of the Peterborough dioc- ese of the Roman Catholic church, urged the 2.000 dele- gates and friends of the Catho- lic society to become' more active in all aspects of life although, he said, "in many cases I am only asking that you do more than you are already dcing." He suggested an increased drive in aid to immigrant (ami- i lies "to heip ease tr'eir accept- ance ui their chosen countries" ard greater activity in ics. politics, commerce arid In- dustry. Tr.e Knights of Columbus or- ganization represents more, than 1.2 trillion Catholic rnen arour.d the M'crld Delegates at-' tcr.ding the three-day 1509-29IH Street So. H. P. NIKKEI, Co-ordinalor Ph. 345-3333 i School Service I EVENJ.NG SEHVJCE CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Corner 5th Ave. and 13lh St. S. SALVATION HEALING MIRACLES Poster: Rsv. T. W. Roycrofl Bible Class and Sunday School 11.15 Service Service a.rr. School Service p" Bible "c vivE THE A-VY Sunshine Hour team visiting Alliance EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 12lh Ave, ond Mcvcr Mcarnth Drive Pfcon- 327-6113 H. J. SCHOOL Ac-It Bible B. Steen 11-W a-.-WORSHIP SEKMCE "REPENTANCE AXD T.OO p.m._EiZNINC- SEF.MCE SECOND OF SERIES I.V JOHN 'THE RECOK3 OF JOHN'1 A CORDL4L INTITATION TO YOV! Church of the Nazorene fir, Ave. end !4fh 5. -F-sn> J77-SS27 'EV. R. G. DEiS'.EY, V.iriilsr Ssi. 327-47Si SUNDAY SERVICES Sc'rccl for aii Worship Series 7.M Worship Service MIDWEEK SERVICES AS USUAL Child evangeli5ts "U c c 1 e Eci" szd Vi" PorMray from Prairie Bible Icrtitute. Tares Hilj. will conduct their Sunshine Hour proeram Lethbhdge cert wees. sessions commfflce it 6.-43 ?.IT.. pjesdsy u? Leth- bridge Alliance Church On Sat- urday, tre cMldren Till mee'. at 10 a Leadership training at Cochraue An intensive church leadej- ship program be conducted m Cochrane Feb. 19 to Feb. under sponsorship of the Institute. The fou-niay program. ecti'J- ed Par.sh Leadership Colloquy. -eld 2t Mount St. Fran- cis ce.-tre, rar.e. Ministers acd laymen c( all Christian deEotrunatiois are invited to attend. DEDICATE GIDEON BIBLES at a (CifFnuing memorial PS. 327-S3J3 er PLACED IN HOTELS. SCHOOLS HOSPITALS, PRISONS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE A Friendly Welcome Awaits CHURCCHU Special Gospel Services IN THE MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd Ave. N. SUNDAY, 3.30 P.M., JAN. 2 1-FEB. 11 TESTAMENT 27JO-5I AYS. S. rJill? r Do.icld R. Givtm, TnSL HEALS v Jvongfffiit a School m Sunday: S'-jcy a.m. -Church Sen'ice L w "LITE" L c.r-i e-d 6 00 p.m. WEDNESDAY T Wed: c.n. Testmonv k For information and f 4 READING ROOM 326-08S5 j D E. Open k EVERYONE WELCOME Tties., Tturs., Sat. .A. NEW TESTAMENT PEACE ALL WELCOME! Fay Gustafson Ministers Frances ioyden CHRISTADELPHIANS 633 7ih Streti South EVD C" LIFE VH-iT BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH 3a ''it MR. R. Wednesday Bible Class A Heartv Welcs-ne You Hs-s School 'C-errnari and EcgLsh Classes1 Worship Service H. M-eller- C-'-sy-Mission p C-ties'. Speaker: Mr John Cnle GLAUBENS-VERriEFUNGS-Vy'CCHE SPE.VKER: Rev. Goliath from THEMT: Prscucsl Christianity TIME: Januar.- i3 until Tuesdav. Jar.us.-. "n evening at 730 o'clock. ________Fur .'u.-ther infjnr.aLicn please call NORBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH Trs Cliurch [n i 1402 3 Avs. N. PASTC V. SCHOSS 2 m Sunday Schoc! 1 "lO a n? fl'c.-- ship Ser-.-lce Rev T. E. Ger. 7 JC p Servica ETVERYOVE CunuiAJJ-V p.m. Rev. Stephen Les and Musical Group FPCv CHINESE ALLIANCE CHUSCH, "A CHINESE LANGUAGE SERVICE FOR CHINESE" 2-3 s SUNDAY SCHOOL MINDED" RETURN IS PRE M1LLENIAL ALSO TESTIMONY BY STEPHEN LEE HONPA BUDDHIST CHURCH 3611 Foreitry Ave. a.m School Ene'ifh Seymrm REV. JAMES H. R'-RKEY "THE SUNSHINE HOUR" FOR BOYS and GIRLS TUESDAY.FRIDAY, JANUARY 23-26 6.45 p.rr. SATURDAY, JANUARY 27 10-00 a.m. UNCLE BOB AND AUNT VI CHURCH OF" CHRIST iiti 3'. s. J. P. CHAPVAN. Min.ifsr M'. D. Msiicy. Crgan.it AN ANWER- "27-1771 Family in-no a m. 'Worshio In' adults S.S. Cl.ifjp? (or Eior.ins S.-rvice p m. EVERYBODY WELCOME Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church Invites you to listen to the Back to God Hour even- Sun- day night at p.m. over CHEC radio. HAWAII has a state motto: Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord. Psalm S3 12. It is a motto which must be remembered as the most powerful nation on earth, ths USA, inaugurates its presi- dent for another iour year term. The Christian Reformed church i? heated at 1507 2nd Ave. 'A' North in the city. Sen-ices at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. You are invited cordially. Church 1614 5th Avenue South Minister: REV. G. KEITH CHURCHILL, B.A., B.D. Music Director: MR. LLOYD G. HOPPER, I.R.5.M. School for all the family TO CHECK OIT YOUR F.AITH" IX LUKE-ACTS: THE BIRTH OF JOHN THE BAPTIST ANNOUNCED" EVERYONE WELCOME LtTHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE M. L. ISRAEtEON 520 7th Street South St. Andrew's Employing co'or slides. pup- pets, music verse rrernorizaaon. the Port-rays present gospel truths in a man- ner to Mr. Porcvay a graduate of Prairie Eib'e T-jcrute. He trok further study at the Bible ot Los Aseelei. The couple both graduated from the fctemationaJ Chiid Evangelism Institute, formerly situated at Pacific Palisades, cf pirticipatkg chil- are in-.-ited tfl attend the ccuEcludina serv-iee. Rsv Dan- iel Goldsn-tn of t'-e A't'srt-f Kbeduled for 7 p.rr... Jar. IS. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1318 Avenue South MIMSTER-T.HE REVEREND I. D. HANKINSON, 6.A. ORGANIST-MS. W. VANDERKOOY 11.00 A MODEL FOR LIFE PROBLEM OF EVIL" CHURCH SCHOOL: All classes from nursery to adult at a.m. Niirsery and kindergarten during church hcur also. SOUTH LETHBRIDGE ROMAN CATHOLIC PARISHES WEEKEND MASSES ST. PATRICK'S CORSE1! ilh AVE. 1C1'-. ST. 5. SATURDAY, p.m. (SUNDAY OBLIGATION) SUNDAY, 9 a.m., 10.30 a.m., 12 nic-' ASSUMPTION IJ-n AVF S. 7.3D p.m. ;SUNSAY CBLIC-ATICN) cm., 9.30 a.m., 11 o.m.. p.m. Mass in Hell at 1C.45 o.rrO Lutheran Churches CHRIST TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH At; S'-TL' Sl.-i P-T-9 2 T. 11 am.-The Worship Katir Lurfieran Church of the Good Shepherd lit1- Avcr.-e c-d 2J-- 3'rs-1 i _ O.5C'- 9-45 a n.-Sunday Schwl Service WELCOME IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Ccrre: Avsnue 1 31- 5'ree! S. vv f 69 7 E-45 a-. -Folk Service School ar.d Bible Worship Listen to th- Lurhefan a.m. CFAC Calgary Home o[ the Snnshioe Evangel Hour Listen every Suaday p.m. CJOC 1320 K.C. School Tith classes for all ages. Worship Service Wednesday p.m. Prayer and Bible Friday Ambassadors Youth Service A HEARTY INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO ALL AND A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU. COALHURST PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY j RcV. K. BOSET, Fc.lcr i a School i lltlX1 Sen-jcc Service "A HEARTY WELCOME AW All S YOU B ETHEL A 716 23rd ST. N. a.m. ji FOR GODLINESS" o.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL T p.m. 'THE DEVIL'S ARSENAL" S (NURSERY FACILITIES FOR ALL SERVICESl J ,30 r I GIRLS' CLUB WEDNESDAY, P.M. ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION CF CCNGREC-AIIONAl CHUXCKiS REV. s. TORONTO c' f. A. EdrrcnlM C-c'r-cn c' Presbytery: Ij-s'. KEN JORgArJ, LelKb-iege SOUTHMINSTER Jth Ave. ont' lllh 51. S. R. W. K, ELUOn. REV. A. T. KING M.'ni'T c: .Wtrt: W. U'COLHOUiE A. K. FUTLASD. Ore. E-j-itui PRAYER11 Ml'SIC: 'Tr.e Lord Is My Shepherd. Smart. Co'een end Michael Kaufmacn. "0 TTorsvi? twe Lord." 11 '--1 .T-.-CHURGi SCHOOL IN" ALL DEPARTMENTS NCR5ERY SERVICES AVAILABLE Hi-C IK- youth of ;5 IS years In chsw! Key 73 McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH St S. iii THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA (EPISCOPAL; SAINT AUGUSTINE'S P.ev. R. L Crisfield, B.A., B.D. s fc-r. :r in: 5- s MIDT7EK SERVICES Jar-jar.- :5tr.. 9 3j am -Holy Ccrr.rr-u.-cn AT FOLLOWI-.Ti TH" 5PCD.AV SERVICE. HONORING CP.ISFIELD FAMILY, IN THE PARISH HALL. ST. MARY THE VIRGIN iSMVT RECTOS: The Revertrd Sobsrj W. Ccwon, B.A., l.Th. THIRD AFTE? EPIPHANY 7.31 a f :00 a E'.ichtin-l in.ro a m.-rhurth 10 a m in Hall am EiKhan.-t 6 M p m Evcnsorj Timothv "1 a m Jurist of .c' ni E'l Saturday p.m. PrepariiiMn lur Communion v s ELAVE C -ectcr: H. j..R5. c. GCEESF S'.S'DAY. JANUARY 1973 A-.-.e Cit-.-r-r'.l Sirgs-s Dream CoEt" by Webber ari R c-e orjer- facilities avtilstle a.m. setrtce aiHiSTIAN EDl'CiTIO.V 9 3C Ir. A Jr. B Graces 5-S Graces 7-9 K'-derEsner. 3 years to 5 vears Grf.des 1 2nd r Grace? FIRST UNITED CHURCH ef Avenue and I3lh Street Nonh _ K. C uO'OT-." C-.CC< ilCM. R.WT SUNDAY, JANUARY 21.1, 3 ?ZRMON: "IVhr.T Adrice a "Trvst ii I'JiRiSTIAN EDUCATION: ALL cissfes al am. ba'ry son-ices 7 M Wcrshrp (ol'.cTed by Discussion 'irc'ip fin BeinJ Part I: WELCOME CHINOOK CO-OPERATIVE PARISH REV ALBERT BALDEO COAIDALE REV. CECIL CARNOCKAN CARDSION W. CAICERWCOD -BARON'S- NOBLEFORD MORNING WORSHIP AT: BARO.VS- lO.-Wa.n. FICTTRE BV7TE- NORI.EFORD- a ra, UAVMCXn P-.3 a n, -F.PNTON am. lOALDALl. 11. '0 a m. MAGRATH _ a.m.