Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Settnley, July 21, THI LETHMIDGE HHALO Lakeview Mennonite Brethren Church 1509-29th Street So. H. P. NIKKEI, Coordinator Phone 345-3335 School Service Service CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Corner 5th Ave. and 13th St. S. SALVATION HEALING MIRACLES Paster: Rev. T. W. Reyeroft Service Service BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH (North American Baptist General Conference) 329 19 Street North Church Moderator: MR. OHO FRITZ 327.6779 and English classes) Worship Service Gospel Service "We Preach Christ the Power and Wisdom of God" EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 12th Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive PASTOR-REV. H. J. JOST-Phone 327-o113 School Service MR. KEN STEWART Service "A CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL" 9th Ave. and 16th St. S. Phone 327-8827 REV. R. 6. DEASLEY Minister 327-4786 SUNDAY SERVICES School for all ages Worship Service Service MIDWEEK SERVICES AS USUAL A Friendly Welcome Awaits You Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church Invites yon to listen to the Back to God Hour every Sun- day night at p.m. over CHEC radio. Topic for Today: THE MORTALITY PACKAGE is a program that shows you cannot' play games with morality. It. is a reminder that those who want to be good have to be good all me way. The Christian Reformed church is located it 1807 2nd Ave. 'A' North in the city. Services at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Yon are invited cordially. a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL B ETHEL A 716 23rd ST. N. P T I S T a.m. WORSHIP SERVICES p.m. EVENING SERVICES (NURSERY FACILITIES FOR ALL SERVICES) Lutheran Churches CHRIST TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 416 12th South Mwne EICC PASTOR HAROLD MARTIN Hour Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd 11th Avenue and 24th Street South EICC PASTOR ALBERT OLSON Service EVERYONE WELCOME IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Comer Avenue and Street S. Minister W. F. Schoepo Phone 327-4336 Office. 3284987 Sunday, a.m. Morning Worship with Holy Communion School 8 p.m. Worship Service litfen to the Uniterm Hovr-Sentfoy 740 CfAC H Religion analysis: Churches adopt tough line preserving flock By EDWARD B. FISKE New York Times Service NEW YORK One of the marks of recent religious his- tory has been a breakdown of traditional sources of au- thority. ___ Leaders ranging from the Pope to local pastors have lost much of their influence over people's lives. Suspicion of centralized bu- reaucracies has ted to decen- tralized authority and spend- ing policies in most major American churches. Young people ate aban- doning established churches in favor of new sects, many of them Eastern in origin, Hard line Within the last fortnight there have heen two efforts to counter this trend. The Vatican issued a word statement denouncing theologicans who criticize the doctrine of papal infallibility. In New Orleans, the bi- ennial convention of the Lu- theran Church-Missouri Sy- nod adopted a new hard-line doctrinal standard for its teachers and preachers and gave new enforcement pow- ers to its conservative presi- dent, the Rer. Jacob A. O. Preus. Both actions raise the is- sue of what sort of religious authority is viable in today's society. Pope Paul VTs counter of- fensive against the Rev. Hans Kung, the Swiss German theologian, and others who have challenged papal author- ity was essentially a reaf- firmation of the traditional idea that has been honored more in theory than in prac- tice. In praising infallibility, though, the document was careful to incorporate mod- em thinking on UK subject, which puts this charisma of the Pope in the context of the infallibility of the church as a whole. The Missouri Synod action was a good deal more com- plex. It constitutes a new Naramata offers choral training A rare opportunity for musi- cal families or individuals to gain workshop, experience m church music and general cho- ral music is offered at Nara- mata Centre for Continuing Education, Naramata, B.C. in tbe August 11-18 week. Led by Dr. Oswald G. Ragatz, professor of organ and chairman of the organ depart- ment of the University of In- dkna school of music, the vs-eek long summer school of music arts is for choir direc- tors, organists, choristers and their families. Mr. Ragatz, in lectures and demonstrations, will cover adult choir work, includ- ing repertoire, organ methods and techniques, and the art of choral accompaniment Youth choir work will be ted by Marilyn Perkins, bead of tbe department of fine arts, Viscount Bennett High School, Calgary, and director ofjnusic at Scarboro United Church, Calgary. REHEARSALS Tbe week-long session wifl include adult, youth and chfld choir rehearsals and anthem reading sessions. Preparation of worship services will also be for Con- sporsored given. Naramata Centre tinuing Education, by the United Church of Can- ada, offers ecumenical and coaunaniSy oriented programs CHURCH OF JESUS LATT1 DAY SUNDAY SACRAMENT 1912 10th Axe. S. o.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. 28th St. ond Scenic Or a.m. a.m, p.m. p.m. 2223 6th Ave. 'A'N. 2 o.m. a.m. p.m. 2.-00 p.m. 2808 28th St. S. a.m. at the residential centre at Naramata, B.C., nine miles north of Penticton on the east shore of Lake Okanagan. Residential accommodation ranges from two bedroom cot- tages to tent or trailer spaces, and a full meal service is avail- able at moderate cost A registration form sad de- tails of tuition, accommodation and meal rates for tbe long Summer School of Music Arts are available by writing to tbe registrar, Naramata Cen- tre, Naramata, B.C. Bible page sign earns fine THETPORD MINES, Que.