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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHSRIDGE HERALD March Most loyal followers of Jesus Faith of women steadfast By DAVID POLING The Christian Church has been taking its lumps from Womens Liberation Much of it is deserved when vou consider the iron hand that has been ruling the faithful over the some are some have been given top jobs in teaching or administering hospitals and nursing But the long siory has been that the Christian Church and any other religious group for that matter is run with the control and precision of West The Bible has plenty to say about this and Womens Lib has not been slow to quote from the putdown phrases of Paul or the assumptions made by the writer ot But then you come to the New Testament account of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus What a fascina ting story awaits Just for an immediate surprise and an Neiv attitude toward worship Mod liturgical attire SAN FRANCISCO AP The traditional vestments of Episcopal clergymen at Grace Cathedral are giving way to yellow and blue creations spangled with butterflies and It all represents a new at titude toward says Vienna a 36year old onetime Broadway actress who designs the mod liturgi cal Since last when she started creating the color ful clerical Miss Ander son says she had had 100 or eight from The Episcopal Church in the United States is a member of the Anglican Fivj of the brilliantly hued including one made of dyed blue burlap with huge yellow are being used at Grace Ca EFFECT SALUTARY It really has a salutary ef fect on most people when they see said Very Julian the cathedral It gives many people a sense of release from the sort of drudgery I think this is a characteristic of our contemporary People of all ages often want to change from what theyre ac customed Miss Anderson said It used to be more of a peniten tial Now the emphasis is more on the Ministers agree taxation church property inevitable OTTAWA CP Three United Church ministers who seldom agree on anything found common ground recently on the issue of church At a panel discussion mark ing the 75th anniversary of Glebe United Church in down town Murray Stanley K n o w 1 e s and David MacDonald agreed that taxa tion of church property is inevi McBride is Liberal MP for Knowles represents Winni mpeg North Centre for the New Democrats and MacDonald is Conservative member for McBride and the CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE SALVATION HEALING MIRACLES Pastor Roycroft Corner 5th and 13th Service Service BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS 633 7th South of Bread School IS THE TRUTH Speaker Blacker 800 Class A Hearty Welcome Awaits You Herel THE SALVATION ARMY Corps Officer AND COBB 1302 4th Avenue School Service Service WE INVITE YOU TO ATTEND 1202 3rd Avenue DANIEL GOLDSMITH Minister CHARLES WILSON OPERATION MOBILIZATION EUROPE SCHOOL DIALATHOT SERVICE SPIRITFILLED LIFE others that Christian churches could not always ex pect to have a free ride at the expense o He added that it might prove difficult for churches to adjust to having to pay municipal Virginity no proof of virtue LONDON AP John Car dinal primate of the Roman Catholic Church in Bri says that virginity is no proof of And that goes for the clergy he said in a BBC televi sion The archbishop of Westmin ster told viewers Paul made it clear that in his view the state of perfect or was superior to the married But then he was not so fool ish to imagine that this was counsel to preach to all be cause we would not be here i everyone was a Cardinal Heenan said some men and women were virgins simply because no one will have They may have tried time and again to get he You cannot say that be cause this person is a virgin therefore he is a better man or more virtuous than a marriet And that goes for the entirely new read he the last chapters of joke and this s essentially a narrative of the ast hours of written al most in newspaper Here are some obvious conclusions were the most oyal followers of During the arrest and the disci les fade Peter md the rest avoid The are prominent at the gnoring guilt by worry and determined to sitay until the took tough The Cross may be a rom antic art symbol but death and burial was certainly a arduous experience in the First We are talking about jremortuary when the jreparing of bodies for burial was an unpleasant evsn for devoted loved The women faced this assignment often related to disease or in fection witan early rising de They took the job be cause no one else would do announced the res urrection of Although the accounts vary in the Four Gos pels and John has Joseph of Arimathaea in charge of the women followers of Jesus became the heralds of good And even this was poorlv received at if we are to believe who probablv had the firsthand ac count from the mother of But the story appeared to them to be and they would not believe New English Bible women were mature and yet filled with the concerns of Inter they were all over Two were probably grand Mary Magdalene must have been in her It is correct that the disciples were young and mostly unattached Vet the the personal ities who form so much of the gospel account of death and were adults o respect and This was their story and they were not On this last too often we have heard that only young people give a damn for the trials of the world or the heart aches of Yet a recenl study conducted by Paul Cam eron and Associates and pub lished by the Kentucky Psycho logy reveals that women between the ages of 5664 think more about the needs of other people than any other segmen of the A sampling o seme teenagers and older adults demonstrate a vast outreach and compas sion bv these older The New Testament is right they are at the centre of the Chris tian faith and probablv respons for most of its Nwespaper Enterprise Anglican Churches Are Moving Toward Union LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 520 7lh Street South PASTOR LETS GROW WITH LETHBRIDGE a m School with Classes For All Ages 1100 a Worship Students from our Bible College in Edmonton will be in charge Complete Collcgaire Choir will Minister j in Word and Song i CP Ernest secretary of the General Council of the United Church of said here that the United and Anglican churches in Canada are defi nitely moving toward He said he sees union as a means to making religion more relevant to modern day Me and said those opposing it can be de fined into two People with the attitude I couldnt care less whether the church comes together or not think the day is gone when any union of denominations is rele vant to todays he A second argument is stressed by people who are so loyal to traditional concepts that they stress the attitude I wont give up my Dr who spoke to a j luncheon meeting of clergy and ONCE AGAIN THE NORTH WEST BIBLE COLLEGE CHOIR WILL VISIT THE THEIR MINISTRY IS ALWAYS A HEARTY INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO YOU AND A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 425 llth Organist R Minister Sunday Morning Evening EVERYBODY WELCOME said Weve stoppei dealing with the church as if i was the way wed like it to Membership is goinj financial support has the budget has beer cut and the priorities have to be He said youth wont support an institutional church struc but said if the chore stressed happenings anc young people get caught up in doing some particular the i church will Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church Invites you to listen to the Back to God Hour Radio broad heard every Sunday at over Hear the dynamic radio minister Joel Nederhood as he deals with todays problems in the light of the authoritative He addresses you Local services every Sunday at 10 and 7 The church is located at 1807 2nd A YOU ARE INVITED EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 12th and Mayor Magrah Phone 3276113 Pastor JOST School IS A REAL CHRISTIAN Jim Cunningham of Vancouver A CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL 9th ond 16th Phone 3278827 Minister 3274784 SUNDAY SERVICES School Worship MIDWEEK SERVICES AS USUAL Andrews The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Officers named to UC missions TORONTO CP The United Church of Canada an nounced tte appointment of three officers to its mission in a new church Harold cur rently president of the board of home was appoint ed secretary while Harriet Christie and W Clnrke MacDonald were ap pointed 1912 10th Avenue South in Ward 2nr Warrl Stoke Contre28th Street South 1 Ward lib Waid 6th Ave A and 23rd I 5th Ward nih Ward i University Weird 2808 28th priesthood Meeting K DO 9nO a S 00 Si00 a K 00 900 a m J 00 a m Sunday School P 11 0 31 a n a Hi a 1030 Sacrament Meeting 2 00 p 4 00 2 00 200 4 IX CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 1203 4 j SUNDAY I o 15 a i The TRUTH l That HEALS i 9 30 a ni SLIIUU a m Service MATTER WEDNESDAY p Meeting READING ROOM Noon Open PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818 5th Avenue South MINISTERTHE REVEREND Organist VANDER KOOY a Service LOVES ARGUMENT Service CHRISTIANSWHY DONT YOU REBEL Church School All classes from nursery to adult at Nursery and kindergarten durhg church hour FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH AT TWO LOCATIONS Organist and Marilyn 70TH ANNIVERSARY SERVICES I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH SPECIAL SPEAKER GERALD WARD Pastor in Lethbridge 19451950 now minister of Queens Street Baptist Worship Broadcast CJOC THREE SCORE AND TEN GEtALD WITH A MESSAGE Pictures by Ward Church School 930 Norbridge 1614 5 EVERYONE WELCOME THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA SAINT AUGUSTINES Rector Associote B Organist ond Choir Director Dolores Reid a Communion 900 Communion 1100 Senior and St Monicas Choirs Nursery Provided All departments of Church School MIDWEEK SERVICES March Holy Communion March Holy Communion MARY THE VIRGIN and 6th RECTOR The Reverend Canon Robert FOURTH IN LENT a n 00 Eucharist a School 1055 in Hall 1100 Eucharist and Discussion Tuesday 930 Eucharist Thursday Arrnunciation of Our Lady EuchansI Saturday Preparation for Parish Eucharist Lakeview Mennonite Brethren Church Cordinator 3453335 1509 29th Slrett School Service CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720 21st SUNDAY Study Service Service WEDNESDAY Study NORMAN FISK EVANGELIST Phone 3285781 Bethel Baptist h arc 716 23rd Street North PASTOR SUNDAY SERVICE AND Lutheran Churches CHRIST TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 416 12th Street South Phone 3270709 PASTOR HAROtD MARTIN School Worship Each Wednesday p Lenten Service IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Corner 6th Avenue and 18th Street Minister SchoeppPhone 3274336 3286987 School and Bible Class Service School Teachers Institute March Service Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd ELCC lUh Avenue and 24th Street South PASTOR AtBERT OLSON School Service Communion First Sunday of Each Month Listen to the Lutheran CFAC Calgary THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION OF METHODIST AND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES Moderator ROBERT FRCS Calgary President of Alberta Conference BRIAN Lethbridgs South Alberta Presbytery SOUTHMINSTER 4th ond llth MINISTERS ELLIOTT KING Musical Director Woolhouse Organist Emeritus Putland MARCH 1971 Sunday in Lent Girls MUSIC Junior Choir Sing Sue Ellen Page Psalm Jan Vermulst Senior Choir Thy Will Be Bruckner CHURCH SCHOOL IN ALL DEPARTMENTS IN SOUTH MINSTER HALLINCLUDING NURSERY McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Serving Southeast Lethbridge from 15th and 24th Minister Brian Choir Director Von Egteren Organist Longford MARCH 1971 IV Easter Music by all four Choirs CHRISTIAN EDUCATION III to Years to Seven Years Nursery facilities for Tiny Tots EVERYONE WELCOME FIRST UNITED CHURCH Corner of 5lh Avenue and 13th Street North Minister Ted ESKDALE Director of DOROTHY CLOCK RMT MARCH 1971 LENT 4 Divine Worship at REPORT OF GENERAL COUNCIL HELD AT NIAGARA By Betty Meyers Presbytery Representative SUNDAY JUNIOR DEPARTMENT at INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR DEPARTMENT at PRIMARY and BEGINNERS DEPARTMENT at Nursery facilities as A CITY WITH A RURAL WELCOME ;