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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, 16.1974 THE lETHBRIOOE HERALD 7 CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Cor. 5th Am. and 13th St 8. SALVATION HEALINGS MIRACLES Pastor REV. T W. ROYCROFT Service Service BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS 633- 7th South Service BIBLE, GODS MESSAGE TO MAN" Speaker: Mr. W. Pickford Wednesday, 8 a.m. Bible Class A HEARTY WELCOME AWAITS YOU EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 12th AvmiM Mayor Mcgrith Drive, PASTOR REV. H. J. JOST Phone 327-6113 School Service Service 1 "A cordial invitation to all" THE SALVATION ARMY 1302-4th AvenueS Corps Officers MAJORS THELMA M CORNEY. JOAN M PIERCE a.m. Sunday School Worship p.m Service Thursday p.m. Bible Study WE INVITE YOU TO MAKE THE ARMY YOUR CHURCH HOME I St. Andrew's PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818-5 Avenue South Minister Rev L D Hankmson B A Organist Mr W Vander Kooy 11.00 AND FORGIVENESS" Church School: All classes from Kindergarten to Grade six. Nursery during Church Hour BADGE OF DlSCIPLESHIP" Bethlen Presbyterian Church 1014-10th Avenue North Minister Rev. George Teles B.A., B.O., M.th. Orgcnitt-MiM Vivian Toth English Worship Service a.m. Hungarian Worship a.m. Sunday School a.m. WORLDWIDE CHURCH OF GOD (Affiliated with Ambassador College' SATURDAY, MARCH 23rd at a.m. LETHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE LARGE LECTURE THEATRE 5th 18th SL South Minister RICHARD WILDING. Ph 288-4087 (Collect) Listen to GARNER TED ARMSTRONG ON CFCN RADIO and TELEVISION LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE PASTOR M. L. ISRAELSON 520 7th Street South Hi SSs EMiMrt Hour LMMi mry Sunday 10-.30 p.m. CJOC 1220 K.C. a m School (Classes for all Ages) EUNICE MEYER p.m.-EVANGELIST EUNICE MEYER Prayer and Bible Study on the Book of Revelation Young People's Service MIDWEEK SERVICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE Evangelistic Crusade with Eunice Meyer may be continued for second week. (Tues.-Fri. at p.m.) A hearty invitation is extended to all and" a warm welcome awaits you. LUTHERAN _______CHURCHES CHMSTTHMTYUnttHUN CHURCH 419 1201 StfWA SdHPi Pliom CLCC-MSTOM HAHOLO MARTIN Sunday School Worship Service WEDNESDAY. Lenten Service WH VMI wl V f W- 32S-344S Sunday School Worship Service WEDNESDAY, 7 30 p m Service _ EVERYONE WELCOME IMMANUaLUTHEIUUICHUWH FACTOR: PAUL KOESTEH a Sunday School and Bible Class 7 30 p SERVICE WITH HOLY COMMUNION Wednesday: Lenten Service Listen to the Lutheran Hour Sunday, am CFAC Calgary A recipe for life Meal preparation is just one of several practical skills encouraged by the Pioneer Girl program. Above left to right, Charlene Giesbrecht, 12; Sherry Fast 11; Julie Henderson, 11 and Debbie prepare a recipe at Lethbridge Evangelical Free Church. Helen Boschman is Southern Alberta district advisor, striving to develop Christian womanhood. Lady rabbi dumps tradition NEW YORK (AP) Sally Pnesand, 27 and the United States' first woman rabbi, has changed centuries of Jewish- tradition in a matter of months. like to see still more change to give women greater recdgnition. Rabbi Priesand, assistant rabbi at the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue, puts it this way "Women ought to be able to take full and complete roles within the synagogue as far as leadership and positions of leadership are concerned. "I have pretty much redone the wedding service in order to emphasize the equality or individuality of each partner and the necessity for respecting the uniqueness of each partner. "When I come to words like father, men and mankind, I eliminate them." She also has followed the trend in many reform temples and eliminated such words as "obey" from marriage ceremonies. A rabbi for years, she recently reflected on her work in an interview. Rabbi Priesand, whose long brown hair hangs full length below her shoulders, said she did not join the rabbinate as a platform for women's liberation. My decision was based on a belief in God, a belief in the worth of the individual and a belief that Judaism is worth she said. SHUNNED BY SOME Not all congregations would interview her for a job. Still Medical mission other sought her only for her publicity value She said she came to Stephen Wise because she admired the head rabbi, Edward Klein, and the principles of the synagogue. There are three branches of Judaism reform, conserva- tive and orthodox. Stephen Wise is reform. The congregation has given her an enthusiastic response. She also is received well during her many speaking tours. There is little time for an active social life, but she would like to marry some day. The man she marries will have to be secure, not feel threatened by her public posi- tion, proud of her profession and must never ask her to give it up, she said 'Gangling farmboy' has world pulpit report A missionary report from New Guinea will be presented Sunday in Lethbridge Church of the Nazarene. Ellen Syvret, formerly of Jersey Island off the English coast, is now on her first furlough since appointment to medical missionary work in 1969. Miss Syvret took medical and the theological training in the United Kingdom. Following two years of nursing in Edmonton. Miss Syvret became a missionary to New Guinea. She has since gained experience as a head nurse, learned bush language and taught for a year before furlough. Miss Syvret will participate in regular services at 11 a.m. and 7pm Nazarene youth, in the following week, will hear guest speaker Cec Thompson of Nampa, Idaho Dr. Thompson, a sociology professor at Boise State College, is scheduled to address public meetings Wednesday. Thursday and Saturday at p.m. On Sunday, March 24, he will participate m II a.m. and 7 pm worship. Dr. Thompson teaches coHege students and police officers, said assistant pastor Larry Spkrer. By CLIVE LAWRENCE Christian Science Monitor MONTREAL, N.C. In a North Carolina cow pasture almost 40 years ago a tall, gangling farmboy, William Frank Graham Jr., listened "spellbound" to evangelist Mordecai Fowler Ham thundering against sin and extolling Jesus Christ. That night young Graham felt "a kind of stirring pleasant and scary" The "stirring" grew over the years into a conviction as imperative and constant as the tides of the seas Today he is known around the world as evangelist Billy Graham. Last year" his 25th of massive crusades he preached to a crowd of at least in Korea (his associates estimate it was more than a This may well be the largest audience addressed by a clergyman. Dr. Graham reckons he already has lasted at peak level a good 10 years longer than any other evangelist. And his 25th year with the of his illustrious career. In addition to three to five major crusades a year, Billy Graham heads a religious organization The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association with annual expenses of 120 million and a dozen offices around the world. The association publishes a monthly magazine with a total circulation of 5 million, broadcasts a weekly radio program- heard worldwide over stations, and has produced over 100 evangelistic movies. Dr. Graham has written four major books translated into 90 languages "Peace with God" has sold more than 2 million copies. All this makes Billy Graham one of the most famous clergymen in the world He plays golf with presidents, has counselled powerful people and enjoyed (he distinction of having an emperor Haile Selassie close schools for his rally. In his mountain retreat he looked alertly relaxed, dressed in checked coat and wool knit pants with natty black buckle shoes. He had on a rich red tie wi'h black irregular lines The sun streaming through a large window heightened the vigorous appearance of his steel-grev hair Q. Do tfciak Ike worM fan since ytm begn yemr evangelism 25 yean BILLY GRAHAM A. Human nature hasn't changed. We've become sophisticated and educated savages. Our hates and murders and muggings, all the offenses we read about in history, are going on right now throughout the world. Q. You've been criticized for not speaking against some of these for example. How do yon respond? A. I don't think anyone really knows the answer to Vietnam. At a certain point I decided to make no public statements because there are so many wars being fought around the world. I preach all over the world, and if I went around trying to tell everybody how to settle their wars I would find myself in an endless situation. Q. Does it botker yon that despite the Inge crowds you draw yoi've made ao appreciable impact on the world? A. No, because my object is so different from what the average person thinks it is. The object of the church since Pentecost has been to call out a people for God's name which is always a minority hi every generation Q. What is the major obstacle to more Western people committing themselves to Christ? A. Materialism. We put our confidence in material things to bring about our happiness like motorcars, television sets, and entertainment. We have to be entertained constantly We have the idea that money is the answer to everything. The great turning to Christ today is in the Orient, and I think just as the gravitational centre of Christianity moved from the Middle East to North Africa then to Europe then to America, it's now shifting to the Orient. Thousands are turning to Christ. Q. Do you still feel strongly about the threat of world communism? Yon don't mention it much these days. A. I quit preaching about it because I thought I was off the track. My wife sat beside the man that's head of finding out the counterfeiters for Scotland Yard and she said. 'You must spend a lot of time studying counterfeit and he said. 'No, I spend all my time looking at the real thing.' You see if you study the real thing you'll know what's counterfeit. If we are true believers in Christ, we'll recognize these other 'isms' that come along whether it's fascism or communism. I feel that my job is to proclaim the gospel. Q. In your life at'every moment do yoa feel the presence of God? A. No. There are times when I don't feel His presence, but that may be the time when He's testing me the most. That's when I walk by sheer faith. I remember I wrote my mother that many years ago. I said. 'Mother. I don't feel God at times." And she said. 'Son. that may be when He's closest to you: you reach up by faith, and His hand'll be I never forgot her letter to me Sometimes I feel His presence, and sometimes I don't. NEW HOPE CENTRE PhoiM 329-3011 'A CHARISMATIC COMMUNICATION CENTRE SATURDAY THIS WEEK JESUS PARTY at TABER CIVIC p.m. with Film "Jesus People" SUNDAY Praise Worship and Evangelism with Musical Ministry by John Syratt of Calgary MONDAY NOON "JESUS PEOPLE" Film at Room E690 Lethbridge University _____Come and enjoy liberated life BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Service: Baby Sitting Service Sermon: Preaching Foolishness or the Foolishness of Preaching 1 Cor -1 Evening Service Baby Sitting Service Topic: "THE END TIME" Theme: "WHAT WILL YOU DO IN HEAVEN" 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. and 11th SLS. REV KENNETH MORRIS B Sc, B 0 MR WILLIAM CALDERWOOD M A DIRECTOR OF MUSIC-Mr W.lfred Woolhouse ORGANIST EMERITUS-Mr A" K Rutland THIRD SUNDAY IN LENT "JESUS AS OUR TEACHER" Rev. Kenneth Morris Senior Choir "I WILL LIFT UP MINE EYES" Lekberg Hand Bell Choir: "SONG OF JOY" Beethoven Church School in all Departments at a.m. NURSERY AVAILABLE Classes Service in Buchanan Chapel J CHRISTIAN at p.m. at p m. C G.I at p.m. McKILLW UNITED CHURCH Serving Southeast Lethbridge from 15th, 24th St S MINISTER REV. BLAKE ANDERSON Choir Director: Mr. H. Via Egteren Organist: MRS. C. GREENE SUNDAY, MARCH 17th Worship "HE WHO IS GREATEST" in Buchanan Chapel (Southminster) CHRISTIAN EDUCATION a.m.-Junior Department (Grades and 6) Intermediate Department 11.00 a.m.-Kmdergarten (ages 3, t ana o Primary Department (Grades 1, 2 and 3) Nursery for tiny tots is available at the service FIRST UNITED CHURCH el 5th Avwtw and 130t Sbwt North MINISTER REV. KEN JORDAN B A. B 0 Director of Music noROTHY CLOCK ATCH. RM1 SUNDAY, MARCH 17th Worship Sermon: "THOU SHALT NOT BE LEGALISTIC" Service of Installation for Board Members at Southminster MIDWEEK GROUPS at p.m. at p.m. at p.m. at p.m. at p.m. SENIOR CHOIR: Thursday at 8 00 p.m. SOUTHERN AlBEBTA JAPANESE UNITED CHURCH Cwnwof Mi Strwt Mortti Minister Rev. Ben Muratt BO SUNDAY. MARCH 17th Sunday School English Worship Service Sermon: "MANNA" Joint Worship Service will be held at Taber Chapel Wednesday. Language Class Thursday: U.C.W. Meeting TABER CONGREGATION joint Worship Service Friday: p m Church School rHEOPHILU XTOLP TmWCKll? 6.UT X VWLL 6E FINISH CH0S7UWTV Will. HE A PFAJ> A BOOk! CHURCH OP CHRIST 2720 S. Donald R Grvpns SWUL Study 10 STl WOTMrip: 11 am and 6pm 7 30 c m For Inhnn 32S-WT2 or SVEHYOWE WELCOME ;