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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta g THI IETHBR1DGE HERAID Too many wrong people go to church these days Lakeview Mennonite Brethren Church 150929th Street Coordinator 3453335 School Service the kind of people are going to church these Police and church officials across the countjy say thefts from churches are on ths but the nature of the church in society makes it increased Because of todays emphasis on social action and community churches are open for long periods at a time to provide forums and study group activities are often open to making it difficult for officials to sort out who is attending on legitimate business and who is A typical example occurred at Experiment pays dividends Give youth greater voice women operating a day nursery j for retarded children were being Finally the case was solved hen a woman visitor was aught with her hand in a Despite signs In warning not to leave handbags hile they go forward to receive purse stealing in lurches is secretary f the United Churchs Toronto says the Timothy Saton memorial United Church Church of the Nazarene 9lh ond 16th Phone 3278827 Minister 3274784 SUNDAY SERVICES School Contest now prizes for all who bnng Worship Prayer Meeting SO LOVED MIDWEEK SERVICES AS USUAL 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 A Friendly Welcome Awaits You Ann Magstadt is blonde d sometimes even ven to girlish A high 100 shes enthuastic about and a her new duties as a deaness of First Congregational lurch in suburban Kirk also 15 and is a deacon at the same The youth rise to office was begun at the annual meeting of irst a congregation of 746 In past the meetings frequently had been lohum says pastor George But this it was What happened reflects a trend in the churches of ost denominations toward an creasing voice for both the local level and on naonal Younger people are sharing ic At the First Church annual several high school and college students showed up or the first time and made lemselves When the ominating committees slate as there wasnt the usual cutanddried quick moon for acceptance and the young people ere none of their age group ominated The board has 18 members and more than one should be a person of student the young leople Maybe next they were RAISED particularly susceptible to Because it is so he j strangers find it easy to in and steal while activities are going ats are a popular target of in a downtown Toronto church a thief stole an xpensive chalice and pawned it across the street a few All 1 IS THERE AHELL j 3rd Avenue SAINTS OF GOD i DANIEt GOLDSMITH Minister SCHOOL DIALATHOT jSh 3274581 Skimpy jring wa CALGAHY CP The tailed Church needs an immeiate 30percent increase in ontributions if social service rejects are to be maintained ind sajs finance chairman Harold Last members f the church in Alberta conributed an average of 23 cents Throughout Canada contributes did not rise as expected nth the result programs were verbudgeted and a leficit incurred with expendiirres about five per cent above many congregations consider all local jeeds must be satisfied before any funds are assigned to the mission and service The tad provides for overseas and domestic work includng innercity Chrisian hosjitals and ecumenical Rea told a meeting of lay members earlier this week tha salaries and cost have irning about per cent and that vithin the next five years conributions will have to be increased 50 per Police say some dieves melt holy vessels and sell the John Roman Catholic diocesan says thieves steal many pulpit microphones and I oudspeakers because they are easy to dispose of on the illegal Such equipment has been stoen in Ottawa algary as MONEY PRIME OBJECT Police say money is usually the prime object of church but if none is anything else of value will radios and even stamps from the church secretarys desk are often In thieves even dismantled and stole a church The result is that churches are installing burglar ocking cloakrooms during chaining candlesticks and arranging police stakeouts to combat Despite increasing church officials do not want to abandon their opendoor Ernest secretary of the United Church General says he believes it would be a pity if the church made itself inaccessible because of a fear of losing Instead of locking churches more precautions should be he says Police suggest church people should make thorough checks oi churches before locking up to make sure no one is hiding doublecheck all locks anc keep lists of serial numbers AnniflUf c i ft IH1 1C W PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818 5th Avenue South MINISTERTHE REVEREND Organist VANDER KOOY slowdown now next a high school mpil The recalls pastor turned into a genuine Some of the older 1 e r s o n s argued against increased youth representation including William backed the young peoMrs a candidate of the nominating committee for a three year deaconess withdrew and asked that a youth be chosen Mis dagstadt was Her election was A few davs the deacon ate received another resigna ion from William loldover member and a dea con or elder for 20 you will appoin one of our young people to fi my unexpired he wrote The board chose young Atkin son to replace I was tickled to death to REDEMPTIVE JUDGEMENT Broadcast CJOC DOES GOD HIDE HIMSELF Church School All classes rom nursery to adult at Nursery and kindergarten during church hour iT church its growth slowing down for the last has come to a virtual halt for the first time recorded in this New figures from 230 denomi nations issued recently showe that total membership inchei up in a year only threehun dredths of one per o to a total of This left the total almost th Among larger Protestant ies showing actual decline were the United Methodis the Episcopal Anglica the United Presbyter ian the American Lu theran the Luthera Church in America and United Church of Ltl liuKIUUt fa PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 510 7th Street South PASTOR LETS GROW WITH LETHBRIDGE Sunday School with classes for all Morning Worship Service of Evangelism 1030 p to THE SUNSHINE EVANGEL CJOC 1220 KC A HEARTY INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO YOU AND A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 425 llth Organist Minister Sunday Morning Evening EVERYBODY voung people ask to says M i d d 1 e t o They vigor and new thought our and leam a lo about our church at the sam FIRST BAPTIST AT TWO LOCATIONS Organist ond Marilyn U02 8 Avenue Church School for all ages 16H 5 Avenue Church School for all ages THE GREATEST WORD IN HISTORY PRODUCTION During Canac turned out million big jump from the millio in the same month of church Church m for Christian VATICAN CITY Reuter Pope Paul said Wednesday that much of the blame for the divisions of Christianity is attributable to the Roman Catholic He said Roman Catholics should learn tolerance am generosity from other churches in the search for Addressing pilgrims in Peters Basilica at his weekly general the pontiff said i is strange and absurd tha menaced by mod ern were disunitec and often to blame divisions towards the separated We must make an effort of loving understanding an effort which we have not always duly He was speaking with reference to a week of prayer for unity among Christians now being held throughout the CHRISTIAN SALVATION HE Pastor j Corner 5th AUNG MIRACLES Roycroft and 13th e RECITAL PRUEGGERS ACCORDIAN COLLEGE Fellowship Hour at the close EVERYONE WELCOME 700 p Evening BEREAN CHR 633 7tr of South attacks Catholic Sunday Speaker Bennett 8 00 Bible faith in their own churcl is a fountain for dialogue foi Roman Pope for THE ANGLICAN CHURCH A Hearty Welcome Awaits You Thus we can change our Paul has1 attacked Roman olic publications and information centres that dissent OF CANADA EPISCOPAU ll THE SALVATION ARMY j s Jjol of rAPT Awn Corps Officer AND COBB 1302 4th Avenue 9 30 a School Service Service WE INVITE YOU TO ATTEND EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 12th Ave and Mayor Magroth Phone 3276113 JOST 10M a School 11 00 a m PORTRAIT OF A CHRISTIAN p Youth will be in A CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL The sword Curtana was the blunted sword of the En ghsh Edward the Confes sor A sjmbol of it is caniod in the coronation pro before the kings of between the swords of justice temporal and justice spiritual i Prized mules Mules were greatly prized by ancient Roman The Empress Poppaea had golden shcxs nude for her the Emperor Nero had his shod with sowing division and confusion among The pontiff told his commis sion on social communications in an audience such informa tion outlets create a dangerous a sorrowful stu and widespread uncertain ty in Catholic Pope whose father was an editor of a smalltown Cath olic has frequently assailed both the secular and the Catholic press for publiciz ing unrest and divisions in the Catholic He named no publications in his CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 1912 10th Avenue South Ht Ward 2nd Waid Stoke Street South 4h Warrl Priesthood Meeting f in a m no a SliO a a 5th Glh 0 a m 6 iO 3 in Sunday School 0 0 a m 11 00 a m 9 SO a a lift a 10IM H Hi Ward 2808 28th St S Sacrament Meeting 2 00 400 p 2 00 4 00 p 2 M p 5 p 1203 4 S SUNDAY 8 15 a m The TRl TH I hat HEALS 9 3 m School Service REALITY WEDNESDAY Meeting READING ROOM Norm 2 M p m Open Tues Ihurs Sat SAINT AUGUSTINES Rector Associate Organist and Choir Director Dolores Reid i 00 Communion Communion Prayer Senior and Monicas Choirs Nursery Provided All departments of Church School MIDWEEK SERVICES March Holy Communion April Holy Communion MARY THE VIRGIN C00nd RECTOR The Reverend Canon Robert CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720 21st SUNDAY Study Service Service WEDNESDAY Study NORMAN F1SK EVANGELIST Phone 3285781 Bethel Baptist 716 23rd Street North PASTOR SUNDAY SERVICE AND Lutheran Churches CHRIST TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 416 12th Street South Phone 3270709 PASTOR HAROLD MARTIN a School Worship Each Wednesday Lenten Service IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Corner 6th Avenue and 18th Street Minister SchoeppPhone 3274336 3286987 School and Bible Class Service a Service with Holy Communion March Service Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd ELCC 11th Avenue and 24th Street South PASTOR ALBERT OLSON School Service Communion First Sunday of Each Month Listen to the Lutheran HourSunday CFAC Calgary THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION OF METHODIST AND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES Moderator MOORE Calgory President of Alberla Conference L BRIAN Lethbridqe South Alberta Presbytery SOUTHMINSTER 4th and llth MINISTERS ELLIOTT KING Musical Director Woolhoun Organist Putland MARCH 1971 Helen Huston of the Gorkha Project In Nepal will MUSIC Junior Boys and Youth Choirs Two negro Senior You CHURCH SCHOOL IN ALL DEPARTMENTS IN SOUTH MINSTER HALLINCLUDING NURSERY McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Serving Southeast Lethbridge from 15th and 24th SI Minister Brian Choir Director Von Eqteren Organist Longford MARCH 197 Helen Huston To be seen on closed circuit television CHRISTIAN EDUCATION a III to 1100 Years to Seven Years Nurwry facilities for Tiny Tots EVERYONE WELCOME PASSION SUNDAY a SOO Eucharist School 1053 a in Hall Eucharist and Discussion 7 00 Friday Eucharist Saturday Preparation for Parish Eucharist FIRST UNITED CHURCH Com f Avenue nnd 13lh Street North Ted ESKDALE of DOROTHY CLOCK RMT MARCH 197 ALL SERVICES WITHDRAWN 2ffllO for Special Service to he held in the SOUTHMINSTER UNITED CHURCH at 11 00 NO Sunday School Sessions tomorrow SUNDAY DEPARTMENT at INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR DEPARTMENT at PRIMARY and BEGINNERS DEPARTMENT at Nursery facilities as A CITY WITH A RURAL WELCOME ;