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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June 1, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WORLDWIDE CHURCH OF GOD (Affiliated with Ambassador College' SATURDAY, JUNE 8th at a.m. LETHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE LARGE LECTURE THEATRE 5ft Ave. A SI. South Minister RICHARD WILDING, Ph 288-4087 (Collect) Listen to GARNER TED ARMSTRONG ON CFCN RADIO and TELEVISION Lothbridge Christian Rsfcrmed Church Invites You to Listen to the Back to God Sunday Night at p.m. over CHEC Radio We must never play down the power of God's Holy Spirit. Using Acts 2: 2 this radio message underscores the fact that on Pentecost Day the power of the Holy Spirit came into the Church LIKE A MIGHTY WIND The Christian Reformed Church is located at 1807 2nd Ave. "A" North in the City Services at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. You are invited cordially LETHBRIDGE I CATHOLIC CHURCHES I WEEKEND MASSES ST. PATRICK'S CORNER 4th AVE. and 10th ST. S. SATURDAY, 7 00 Obligation SUNDAY, a.m., a.m., 12 Noon ASSUMPTION 2405 12th AVE. S. SATURDAY, Obligation SUNbAY, 8 a.m', 9'30 a.m., a.m., p.m. Folk Mass a m Hall ST. BASIL'S 60413th STREET NORTH p.m. (SUNDAY OBLIGATION) a.m., 9.00 a.m., a.m., noon a.m. Sunday ST. PETER ST. PAUL'S (BYZANTINE RITE) CORNER 7th AVE. and 12th ST. 'B' NORTH SUNDAY LITURGY 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION OF PRESBYTERIAN, METHODIST AND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES Moderator RIGHT REV. N. BRUCE McLEOD, Toronto President of Conference: Rev. A. Chairman of Presbytery: Rev. T. Medicine Hat SOUTHMINSTER 4th Ave. end urn sis. REV KENNETH MORRIS ZSc.BO MR WILLIAM CALDERWOOD M A DIRECTOR OF MUSIC-Mr Wilfred Woolhouse ORGANIST EMERITUS-Mr A K Rutland SUNDAY, JUNE 2nd, 1974 11 00 "THE SECRET OF A LIVING CHURCH" Kenneth Morris Sr. Choir Anthem: "Blessed is the Na- tion Thack" Selected numbers by the Handbell Choir Jr. Choir: "Hear Us Holy France "When I Go Up to Shinum (Indian Folk Song) Church school in'all departments. Nursery Available SUNDAY, JUNE Sth, 1974 Sunday School and Congregational Picnic, east end Henderson Park. Children invited Congregation invited immediately following morning worship. McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Serving Southeast Lethbridge from 15th Ave. and 24th St S MINISTER REV. BLAKE ANDERSON Cboir Director: Mr. H. Egtena Orgufat: MRS. C GREENE SUNDAY. JUNE 2nd Worship CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 9.30 a.m.-Junior Department (Grades and 6) Intermediate Department (Graces 11 00 a m.-Kmdergarten (ages ana 3 years) Primary Department (Grades 1, 2 and 3) Nursery tor tiny tots is available at the service FIRST UNITED CHURCH Comer olSlh Avenue end Street North MINISTER REV KEN JORDAN 8 A B O of Music MRS DOROTHY CLOCK ATCH. RWIT SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1974 11 00 a.m. Anniversary Service Sermon: "FIRST, THIRST, BURST Dr. Jack Paterson, preaching. p Monday (June 3) Annniversary Dance 7-30 p m (June 6) Musical presentation by Ron and Chris Klusmier. SOUTHBW AlBHTA JAPANESE UNITED CHURCH Comer rt flh Ml Wreet Berth Minister Rev Sen Muraia SO SUNDAY, JUNE 2 9 30 a Worship Service 11 00 am Sunday School English Worship Service Sermon. "What Means Pentecost" Tuesday, June 4. p cooking class __________will be held ajLethbridge Church._____ The flying pastors Olaf Rankinen (left) of High Level and Lester Stahlke of Edmonton. Airborne clergy encourage Christians in the north EDMONTON (CP) In the great expanse of unoccupied land that is Canada's north, traditional church organ- ization is pretty difficult but a couple of flying Lutherans think they have the answer. They are Lester Stahlke of Edmonton and Olaf Rankinen of High Level, Alta., both pas- tor-pilots for the Lutheran As- sociation of Missionaries and Pilots Indeed they are the only pi- lots flying for the four-year- old association but they ex- pect to be joined in July by another flyer who will be re- sponsible for northern Sas- katchewan. At the moment they are covering northern Alberta and a bit of British Columbia. "L.A.M.P. is gearwi to de- veloping a ministry in hard- to'reach places in Canada us- ing pastor-pilots to visit Chris- tians in Mr. Stahlke, 35, said in an interview. "My dream had been to use flying in the ministry but there really was no opportun- ity. Four years ago, when I was in Fort McMurray estab- lishing a new mission, I real- ized the Lutheran church was not involved in the ministry in Canada's huge North because we didn't have the money or the manpower. "I realized that if we were going to do any work we'd have to change our style be- cause establishing a congre- gation in an isolated settle- ment just doesn't aren't enough people." He said L.A.M.P. aimed at the people who "had been for- gotten because there weren't enough of them to make it pay and they were just too hard to find." Visit monthly So over the square miles they now cover and the square miles they ex- pect to cover with a third pas- tor-pilot, the association of- fers a minister who tries to visit Christians in the North once a month and a recruiting service that tries to put "Christians in service" into the North to act as a kind of lay ministry. Christians in service, Mr. Stahlke said, are "people who have a desire to share their faith with other people in the context of their work and be- come involved in the commu- nity." emphasis is on estab- lishing a relationship with people that is meaningful and honest and in that context, as the opportunity presents it- self, to share their faith in Christ." Rather than a minister preaching, it's a Christian liv- ing and being visited once a month by a pastor pilot. Not that the service is lim- ited to Lutherans. As Mr." Stahlke said, the North makes people ecumenical -and L.A.M.P. does not wish to be a threat to other denominations nor does it feel threatened by them. "We've discovered that part of our ministry is visiting clergy of other denomina- tions. They get pretty lonely too sometimes and appreciate having a chance to share with a member of their peer group L.A.M.P. operates on a budget of all of which is donated by people in the south but Mr. Stahlke said that has to change if the proj- ect is to survive. "As we get more Christians in the North we hope to have a congregation that's just scattered all over the place, but those Christians in service in an area of, say, square miles will be support- ing their own pastor." Eventually, he said, L.A.M P. should grow to about 12 pastor-pilots, each with a plane covering a sec- tion of all of Canada's North. The association seeks Chris- tians who can work in the North at whatever they do in the south and will, as well as support themselves, live their lives as a kind of lay ministry by example. They get them- selves north and the pastor- pilot visits them to offer spiri- tual support. The L A.M.P. pilots are married with children and both admit to being at home only about half the time. Anglican row erupts over sale of 6earthly treasures' TA8ER CONGREGATION 7.30 p Worship Service LONDON (CP) A sudden, sharp increase in thefts from churches and the growing need of many parishes for ready cash has led to a new trend within the Anglican community of auctioning ir- replacable treasures. Predictably, this has led to a row, with many tradition- alists arguing that the churches have no right to cash in on treasures donated by the faithful hundreds of years ago. "It's rather like popping some of the Crown says Rev. Peter Hawker, keeper of the treasury at Lin- coln Cathedral. "The treas- ures of the church are na- tional church has no right to sell what people have entrusted to it." Nevertheless, the practice is growing, with the medieval parish of Middleton, York- shire, recently seeking per- mission to sell a unique 15th- century silver cup worth about It was found in the vicarage attic about 100 years ago and now is in a London bank vault be- cause the church cannot af- ford to insure it. Value grows This situation underlines the argument of those who say such treasures are never used, hardly ever even seen and that the church is justified in taking advantage of the current inflated prices for antique silver. Several years ago it was es-. timated that the Owrch of England's treasures were worth aboJt 420 million PIW'THE MAW. JUST ONE CHUKCH 50YOUKAWTHLR S AWP OOULP I WORSHIP CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720 S. Donald R Gtvsns Sunder: S'blf Studv "D am Worthtp: 1 a m and 6 o m Wed- 7 JO O n Home Study Phone- 32W972 or ;