Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, June 6, Events In By DAVID POLING PRESIDENT NIXON'S dcd- sion to invade Cambodia and thus to widen the war in Indochina has fired the resis- tance of an increasing number of American clergymen. While this group is a small total of the ordained ministers in America, it dees repre- sent a sudden surge of opposi- tion that did not exist two or three years ago. Our contention has been thai the Christian Church to the United States has been hesi- tant and mute during the Viet- nam war. Radical clergymen were at the front of peace moves but national leaders like Billy Graham and Norman Vin- cent Peale and the late Car- dinal Spellman endorsed the policies of the last two admin- istrations. While church con- ventions took moderate opposi- tion, tho war went on and the killing continued. N o w the Cambodian adven- ture has jarred some min- isters, and the killings on the Kent State University campus have appalled many, and put Anglicans Draw Up New List Commandments( TORONTO (CP) The Angli- can Church of Canada has drawn up a modern list of 10 commandments, concerning pol- lution instead of morality. Published in The Canadian Churchman, the publication of the Anglican Church, they are: I. When you accumulate too many coat hangers, don't throw them away but return them to the cleaners. Boycott a cleaner who will not accept them. II. Don't buy non-returnable Nazarenes Plan Annual Assembly The pastor and a large dele- gation of members from the Church of the Nazarene in this area will take part in the an- nual assembly of the Canada West district to be held at the First Nazarene Church in Red Deer, Thursday and Friday, June 11-12. Annual reports will be made by all 56 pastors en the district. Dr. Herman L. G. Smith, Cal- gary, will give his annual ad- dress as district superinten- dent. He will outline plans for the 1970-71 year. District offi- cers will be elected. The presiding officer will be Dr. Samuel Young of Kansas City, Mo., who is the senior general superintendent in the for missionary and home mis- sions programs and for work- ing toward goals. denominational Africa's Religions It is estimated that less than half the population of Africa has been affected by religions of foreign origin. Of this propor- tion, by far the most are Moham medans. The Christian popula- tion is less than 4 per cent. bottles. Hold aluminum can pur- chases to a minimum. HI. Do not use pesticides or DDT. If you must spray, use bo- tanicals, natural poisons ex- tracted from plants. Iv. If you don't need a car, don't buy One. Over half the pol- lution in Canada is caused by cars. V. Harass gasoline manufac- turers into removing lead addi- tives from gas. Lead can build up to lethal levels in your body. VI. Never flush away what you can put in the garbage. Birds can feed on fat and coffee grounds and tea leaves make excellent garden compost. VII. Take a reusable tote bag shopping to cut down on the number of paper bags. VIII. Patronize the untreated, pesticideless food in health food stores. IX. Take a noisy neighbor to court. Or, if the problem is an airline or a negligent anti- pollution official, band with oth- ers to file a mass-action suit. X. If you want more than two children, adopt them. Anglicans Asked Open Boors o To Young Summer Travellers Winni- said the majority of the young denomination. He has served continuouslyinthe highest elective position since 1948. The district will make HIIUU-peg Anglicans have been invited to open their doors this summer to young travellers passing through the city. Bishop Barry Valentine said, In his words: "an emergency situation is imminently upon us in Winnipeg, where literally thousands of young people will be in and passing through our city during June, July and August, and for whom no over-light accommodation of any kind exists." The Bishop of are "alert and intelligent, adventurous and independent students" who are travelling to see Canada, learn about the world and themselves. The bishop said the need is "quite simply, a bed to sleep in and an open-hearted welcome." Bishop Valentine said a group, with backing from the government and community groups, will keep a list of available places for the young people to stay. LETHBRIDGE BUDDHIST CHURCH 1303 13th Street North REVEREND S. KOSAKA REVEREND O. Asked To Assist Draft Dodgers TORONTO (CP) Church-men in Canada and the United States have called on church congregations "to take specific rabKc action to assist" United Mates draft dodgers in Canada. The churchmen urged financial support for 26 aid centres set up in Canada to provide humanitarian, health, employment, social and other assistance to draft registers. Representatives from the Canadian Council of Churches and "he N at i o n a 1 Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S. met with dratf dodgers here. GOSPEL CHAPEL 907 9th St. South SUNDAY SERVICES Breaking of Bread Family Bible Hour and Sunday School Prayer and Bible Study ALL ARE WARMLY CHURCH OF CHRIST SUNDAY WEDNESDAY a.m.-Bible Stadj p.m._BlbIe stlldy Worship JQE CQRtEY Minister Evening Worship Phono CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE SALVATION HEALING MIRACLES Pastor: Rev. T. W. Roycroft Corner 5th Ave. and 13th St. S. Sunday School Morning Service Evening CHURCH OF CHRIST 425 llth St. S. Mrs. Penny Dodd, Organist J. R. CHAPMAN, Minister Sunday a.m. Morning a.m. EVERYBODY WELCOME The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Priesthood Sunday 1912 10th South Meeting School 1st Ward a.m. a.m. 3rd Ward a.m. a.m. 4th Ward................................ a.m. a.m. 2808 28th Street South University Ward a.m. a.m. 6lh Avenus 'A' and 23rd Street North 2nd Ward a.m. a.m. 5th Ward a.m. a.m. 6th Ward a.m. a.m. Elders a.m. Day Saints Fast and Testimony p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. the domestic scene into a whol new perspective. Before tlu's, the vice pres: dent was telling Uie clergy t get back to tbo old-time reh gion. That phrase has neve been a favorite among person who value biblical scbolarshi and shun the frothy emotional ism of tent-meetings a la 19t century. The vice-president I'm thcr hinted that many minis tors were led around on string by executives from th National Council of Churches or olh never been popu lar with preachers, nor polili clans lecture them public ly on their moral shortcomings A peace rally was held in small New York State villag on a recent Saturday. Of the dozen speakers, four wer clergymen. Just two years ago only one of the four appeare< on a similar protest platform But the rising concern of the clergy for this warfare society is nothing compared to what is happening on seminary cam puses. Perhaps the best example o the overnight radicalization o seminarians is not to be seen in the traditional centres of pro- test Union in New York, or Yale Divinity in New Haven 01 the cluster in Chicago. Rather should look at the studen body of Princeton Seminary, a historic stronghold of conser vative political thought anc evangelical theology. The seminary student body on May 4, 1970, called upon their president and the boan of trustees to "publicly express their moral outrage at the Uni ted States' recent actions in Southeast Asia." They also voted to set aside two weeks in the fall term so that the entire community could devote ful time to the political campaign and the election of representa lives committed to ending the war. Aside from calling on the community to sup- port the Hatfield-McGovern bil military appropriations, the student body of Princeton went on to spark another issue: That the seminary declare open admissions to all students with bachelor's degrees, de- clare the seminary a sanctuary from the war to comfort those in their struggle, and provide legal defence in then- struggle against the draft. What is happening here must be seen in its full impact. Princeton is the liistoric, pres- tigious seminary of the United Presbyterian Church. It has been the major pipeline of young men and women going into full-time service of the church. Unless some major re- conciliation develops and some massive turnabout in domestic and foreign affairs of this country comes to pass, more chaplains will be with the rev- olutionary students than ever served the armed forces. It's just that serious, and I think you ought to tell the people next door. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) WHAT IS YOUR INCOME? Listen this Sunday to the Christian Science Radio Series for some interesting insights on this question. It's on 4 Alberta stations: a.m.-CJOC-mO.KC a.m.-CHQR-810.KC a.m.-CHQT-lllO KC o.m.-CHAT-1270 KC THE nmir SPEAKS DIDLC TO YOU CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH 1103 4lh ATI. I. Sunday School a.m. Sunday Service 11 a.m. TESTIMONIAL MEETING Wednesday, p.m. READING ROOM Open TUBS., Thurs. and Sat. except holidays. Noon 2 p.m. Lakeview Mennonite Brethren Church 1509-29IH Slrcol So. Paston Rev. Henry loewon ANNUAL CHURCH PICNIC at the Indian Battle Park, beginning at a.m. liricrcrest Bible Institute Quartette In attendance presents program. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Paston REV. R. DEAStEY 9th Avenue and 16th Street South School Hour Worship Service Service BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS 633 7th St. South of Bread School EARTH AND ITS FUTURE" W. Pickford Thursday, Class A Great Welcome Awaits You Hers Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church 2nd Ave. A and 18th St. N. REV. JOHN VRIEND. PASTOR SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 1970 UNFINISHED JOB" SECRET OF A STRANGE RELATIONSHIP" In both services Rev. J. Vriend plans to bring farewell messages. EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 12th Ave. and Mayor Magrath Dr. Phone 327-6113 Pastor, REV. H. J. JOST School "COMMUNION SERVICE" Service Rev. Adams and Briercrest Bible Institute Team will be with us for the evening service. A CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL! 1202 3rd Avenuo South Phone 327-2996 School Service Rev. C. Bayley Service Rev. C. Bayley Wednesday p.m. Bible Study and Prayer. For Inspiration Ditd-A-Thot 327-4581 Service (Nursery and Pre-School HN on duty at all times) Service LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE REV. W. 1. GAMBLE, PASTOR 520 7th Street South School with classes for all ages Worship Service p.m.-SERVICE OF EVANGELISM Rev. Jack Hunka, Pastor of Bethel Temple, Regina, will be our guest speaker. to: "THE SUNSHINE EVANGEL CJOC 1220 K.C. Wednesday p.m. Prayer and Bible Study Friday, Ambassadors Youth Service. Prayer for the sick up "A HEARTY INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO YOU AND A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU" PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818 5th Avenuo South Minister: REVEREND i. D. HANKINSON, B.A. Director of Music-A. G. BARTER, F.T.C.L., A.R.C.T. A N D REFORMED CHURCH (Reformed Church in America) 1505 oth Avenuo South at St. Andrew's COME TO "THE VALUE OF TUB INDIVIDUAL" in Hope Reformed Church "WE HAVE INSIDE INFORMATION" Church School for all ages nml a.m. DEPART TO SERVE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH AT TWO LOCATIONS Minister, REV. G. R. EASTER, B.A., B.Th. Organist end Choir, Director, Marilyn Sinclair, A.R.C.T, R.M.T. 1402 8th A.venuo N. School 1614 5lh Avenuo S. School Minion Johnston of Toronto Communion Service VOICES OF GOD" Wednesday, to p.m. The Mid-Wc'ek Service Dr. Johnston, who will speak nt the morning service only, served as a Chaplain in the R.C.A.R during the last war. He rose to the rank of Wing Commander. He is the author nf five hooks, and for 20 years served on the Religious Advisory Council of the CISC. EVERYONE WELCOME Lutheran Churches CHRIST TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 416 1211, Slri.l South Phoni 327.070? REV. 1. MOODY, S.A., t.P. II Worship IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Corner 6th Avenuo and 18lh Street S. Minister W. F. Schoepp-Phono 327-4336 Office, 328-6987 Roi. with Holy Communion School and Bible Classes Worship Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd lllh Avenue and 24th Street South PASTOR ALBERT OlSON No Sunday School until September. Service Communion First Sunday Each Month listen to the Lutheran a.m. CFAC Colgary E3 D THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA CAIfcIT Corner 4th Avenuo SAINT AUGUSUNE S and Street South Rector: Rev. R. L. Crisfieid, B.A., B.D. Choirmaster and Organist: B. G. Barrow, A.T.CJA. Parish Eucharist, St. Monica's Choir. Family Service, Junior Choir (Nursery Provided) Closing exercises for Sunday School, Presen- tation of attendance awards. Holy Communion MISSION HALL Holy Communion Closing exercises for Sunday School to be held at the Church. Confirmation Service The Bishop of Calgary Tuesday, June 9th at p.m. MIDWEEK SERVICES Thursday, June llth a.m. Holy Communion (St. Barnabas) ST. MARY THE VIRGIN RECTOR. Ths Reverend Canon Robert W. Cowan, B.A.. L.Ih. SECOND AFTER TRINITY Mattins Holy Eucharist Church School Nursery in Hall Sung Eucharist p.m. Evensong Tuesday St. Columbia p.m. Conifrmatlon and Eucharist at St. Augustine's Thursday St. Barnabas a.m. Eucharist Saturday p.m. Preparation for Parish Eucharist THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION OF PRESBYTERIAN, METHODIST AND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES Moderator: DR. ROBERT B. McCtURE, MD, FRCS FRED HOLBERTON, Calgary President of Alberta Conference REV. L. BRIAN JONES, Lethbridgo Chairman, South Alberta Presbytery SOUTHMINSTER 4th Ave.and llth St. 5. MINISTERS: R. W. K. ELLIOTT REV. A. T. KINO Musical Director: Mr. W. M. Woolhouie Organist Emeritus: Mr. A. K. Rutland SUNDAY, JUNE 7th, 1970 Education Working for YOU! Mr. D. Dofam, Director Mrs. E. Johnson, C.G.I.T. Mrs. S. Knowles, Cubs Mrs. E. Gilchrist, Explorers. Mr. A. Walker, Superintendent, Church School "The Child Faces an Adult MUSIC: Junior Choir SENIOR CHOIR "Holy Lord of Sabaolh" E. Williams NURSERY SERVICE WILL BE PROVIDED McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Serving Southeast Lethbridge from 15th Ave. and 24th St. S. Minister: Rev. 1. Brian Jones, M.A., B.D. Choir Director: Mr. F. H. Ward Organist: Mr. J. E. langford SUNDAY, JUNE 7th, 1970 School Promotion (Junior and Intermediate Departments) School Promotion (Kindergarten and Primary Departments) Meditation: "THE MODERATOR'S VIEW" CHRISTIAN EDUCATION A, Jr. B, Intermediate Dcpts. Kindergarten and Primary Depts. SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT: Listen for it on CJOC weekdays at noon by L. Brian Jones. EVERYONE WELCOME FIRST UNITED CHURCH Corner of 5th Avenuo and 13lh Street North Minister: REV. R. E. (Tod) ESKDAIE Choir Director. MR. H. VAN EGTEREN Organist: MRS. J. I. (LOIS) LEES SUNDAY, JUNE 7th, 1970 Divine Worship: a.m. SERMON TITLE: "A CRISIS THEOLOGY" For Critical Times (Considering the Book of Revelation) Mr. Eskdale Preaching. School For Intermediates and Seniors Sunday School and Primary Dept. Nursery Facilities Available A CITY CHURCH WITH A RURAL WELCOME!