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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE NIKE Church Activities will be esprafegotwi To Settle Latter Day SaiaU The Quarterly conference of the Lethbridge stake of the LJXS. cimrch, will be held Sunday at the church in the city. In addition to special Trill be meetings held general in that citr. With the exception of Evensong and Preparation ior Holy Communion on Saturday, at 8 P-m. All week-day services at St. Mary's church are cancelled this week, as are all .meetings of organizations EJZ3S KCUUKA own; at 10.30 aum, 2 pjn.! in the evenings of the days of the and 7 pjn. Present from church headquarters in Salt Lake City will be Elder Joseph Fielding Smith of the Council of the Twelve, and Bishop Joseph L. Wlrthlin of the Presiding: Bishopric. Salt Thev will be special speakers at the conference. All. will be welcome. English The Bible often pictures Christ as the Good Shepherd and His fol- lowers as sheep. These thoughts will be treated in Sunday's sermon at the Lutheran church, Sermon topic: "The Guiding Shepherd." The service begins at 11 ajn. The Sunday School meets at the church at 12.15. At 230 a Lutheran service will be held at Magrath. Listen to the Lutheran Hour over CPCN, Calgary, every Sunday eve- ning at 9 o'clock. mission. Thus parishioners will be [ree to attend the whole Mission without interruption and derive full enjoyment of it. First United The pastor will preach at both services, taking for his morning subject, "Higher Ground." The Junior choir will lead the praise at this service. The title of the evening subject will be "New Beginnings." The First Baptist Church' Ssinday's feature in the Baptist church will be the Sunday School Rally of Baptist schools in the city. Scholars from First Baptist, Staf- fordville. Fifth Avenue North and the Southeast schools will take part. the Bible and from Health with Key to the Scrip- tures, by Mary Baker Eddy. The Golden Text is from James "Draw eight to God, and he will draw nigh to you. Cleanse your hands, ye sinners: and purify your double minded." ChrttUitelyhUn Ecclesia. At our morning service, at 11 ajn.. Mr. M. J. Pickford will speak upon The Apostle Paul, a. Servant, of Jesus. His Life in Christ." Sunday School at 1239 pjn. On Sunday evening, at 730 p-ra., Mr. Visa. Blacker wiU speak upon. The Earth and its Final Glory." Wednesday evening. 8 P-m., Bibie Class. SC Andrew's FncbTteriam Next Sunday morning, at S3O CJOC. will broadcast Freedom of Air VIENNA, May Mark Clark was reported Friday to have asked Marshal Ivan S. Konev, Rus- sian commander in Australia, Very Reverend T. H. Smye. B.A.. OJD., will preach at 11 ajn. and 730 pjiu the Mission will continue throughout Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, with a Mission Service each week-night at 8 Mission for children The be held Senior Air Officer Goes To England OTTAWA, May pointing to even closer iatergratioc throughout the Dominion on Sun- day. May 12th. Notice is also given that the Diamond Jubilee celebra- tions will terminate on Sunday, May 12th. with a Parish Day. and the Banquet will be held at the Hotel on Monday. May 13, there will be celebrations of the! of the dioeeie after-dinner speaker, Health Minister Clazton aoooune- in Ottawa a. nutritional surrey would be made of Saskatchewan school during the next six sian cvmicauiuejr uu w jaere win oe tin? K-------- discuss and settle, once and for all.! Holy Communion at 7.30 aja. and the question cf freedom of the air: aja. on those days, ilocdar. in for all Allied forces in Austria." The Tuesday and "Wednesday. Wednes- United States commander in Aus- tria was said to have made the re- quest in reaffirming a, protest against one a series of Incidents ia Austria in which Russian places harassed American aircraft. day night, at 8 will mark the concluding service. Special music has been chosen for the services on Sunday, includ- in Britain for a year's course. Ke is Air Commodore H. B. God- win. OJBJ3., of BeUeriUe, Oni.. de- puty of the overseas. Recently defence bead- Thank Offering, Teams of work- ers wiU begin their canvass this week. "The Shield to the Sunday School scor- ing the highest points on the basis cf attendance and Bible drills. Buses will eoavey the scholars and friends from the outside schools to First Baptist. program. Speakers, representing various pans of the church from coast to coast will be heard on these broadcasts. At the regular, morning St. Aagxtia's Anglican) regarding Mission to be con- ducted by the dean of Calgary will be found on the Church Page. Special attention is drawn to the it the Mission will be E. L. Garvin will speak duration Instead of subject. -Helping God." The' Chaneiiur and the Changeless." The Brown., will sing. "O for a closer Senior choir will be in charge of the music and will sing the anthem. -Lift Up Your Heads" (J. L. Hop- The Sunday School in all de- partments will meet at the usual hours. The Fellowship Group will meet on Friday, at 8 pjn. SoBthminster United Church The Rer. Harry A. Mutehmor. B-A.. BJX, wiU continue his series of morning sermons on "School and on Sunday at 11 ajn. His subject this Sunday will be "Scnoois for Home." At this service South- minster will welcome the Army Cadets and Officers from the Leth- bridge Collegiate Institute. At 730 pjn., the church will also have guest worshippers with the at- tendance of Maple Leaf and Laurel Chapters the Order of the Eas- tern Star, and the Nurses, who will be present to observe their Na- tional Rededication. The east cen- tre front of the church will be reserved for the nurses, and the west centre front for the Order of the Eastern Star. The nurses are requested to be in uniform, and convene hi Southminster Hall at 7.10 PJB- After the evening ser- vice a congregational reception will be held in the hall, to which all the guests are invited. The sermon- subject for the occasion will be -Earth's Final Star." "The anthem at the morning ser- wiU be Matthews' "Father, once more "within, thy Holy and at the evening service Bach's "Jesu. Joy of man's desiring" wBl be sung. St. Mary's Church (Anglican) The Mission of the Anglican church in Lethbtidge. which is be- ing sponsored by St. Augustine church during the week of May 5th. has had to be curtailed in length. This is because circumstances in connection with the Advance Ap- penl necessitate the return of the MJxsion to -Calgary on Thursday, May S. The Mission wiU. therefore, be held from Sunday, May 5th. to Wednesday, May 8th. On Monday; j Tuesdav and Wednesday there will be celebrations of Holy Commun- ion at 730 ajn. and 930 sun.. Chil- dren's Mission at 430 pjn., -Parish Mission at 8 p Jn.. the services being at the same' hours eacn day. The Mlsisoner is the Very Reverend F. H. Sniye. BJL. DJX, dean of the diocese of Calgarv. and rector of the Pro-Cathedral of the Redeemer j ST. MARY'S CHURCH (Anglican) Corner 6th Are. and 12th St. C X. Sunday, May 5th, 1916 8 Communion. Class. 11 .CO and sermon. scnool. 7.3C and Ser- mon. Changing and the Changeless." The choir will render SheUey's. "The King of Love My Shepherd Is." The service will be followed by the Lord's Supper. Because of the Rally there will be no Sunday School ses- sion at 12.15. In the evening service the choir will sing "Softly and Tenderly" (WiU L. and Mr. Ward's sermon title will be "Ego in the Gospel." On Tuesday night aU interested Young People wfil gather at the church at 6.45 to leave for Hender- son Lake where a ball game and weiner roast will be enjoyed. At StaffordvUle Mission on Sun- dav evening lantern sllBes portray- ing the closing days of our Lord's life, and His Resurrection will shown. walk with God" The Sundav School will meet 12.15. 1 "The Moral Value of Man" will I be the sermon theme for the eye- j nlng service and the choir will aing "Sweet is Thy mercy" j In order to fittingly mark the j close of the war the Presbyterian Church in Canada is asking every member and adherent for a. Peace be Christian Science At all Christian Science churches tomorrow the suoject. 01 me Lessan- i Sermon will be "Brerlasting Punish-1 days arranged. Starting on when Dean, the Central Church of 4U-Ilth Street Sooth FRANCIS K. JAMES, Mhilyter School lor all 1030 ages. sage.- pja. Gospel message. 830 Fireside Hour. Communion mec- CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Corner 12th St. S. and 5th ATC. BiBhop-c Bwident mad Ofnee: St. S. theme 2622 STAKE CONFERENCE General Sessions will be held at ajK., 2 pjn. and 7 pjn. ELDER JOSEPH FIELDING SMITH Df the Council of Twelve. and BISHOP JOS. L. HTKTHLIN Df Salt Lake City, will be special speakers. All WiU Be Welcome. Visitors always welcome. IMMANUEL ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH Cor. 6th ATC. and 15th St. S. V. Eichenlanb, BJX, Faster. tits. 710-16th St. N. Phone 4336 service. THE GGrDIKG SHEPHERD" School. Came and Worship with Us! CHRISTADELPHIAN ECCLESIA 633-7th St. Sonth SUNDAY SERVICES God Willing II of Bread. 12.30 School. 7.30 Lecture. Subject: "The Earth and its Final Glory." Speaker: MR. WM. BLACKER All Welcome Christ Is Coming Rev. W. R. Robinson, Minister. Sunday, May 5, 1946 School. "CALLED TJNTO HOLINESS" "EVENTIDE WORSHIP" Visitors Altars Welcome! "A Church with a Bible Message" CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Twelfth St. and Fourth S. Sunday Service. 11 Subject: "EVERLASTING PUNISHMENT." 12.10 Sunday School. Wednesday Testimony Meet- ing. pjn. Free Reading Room and. Lend- big Library, 325 Twelfth St. S. Hours: Week days, 2.30 to p.m.. except public holidays. ALLIANCE TABERNACLE 712-2nd AVENUE SOUTH J. 3t BOWKER SERVICE. School and Bible Class. INEVITABLE FACTS." St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Corner 5th Are. and 8th St. S. Kev. E. L. Garvin, Minister! Mrs. G. Brown, Organist. ADVANCE FOR CHRIST.' CJOC, Broadcast GOD." 3IORAL VALUE OF MAN." "Worship God in. the Beauty of Holiness" WE WELCOME YOU TO ST. ANDREWS THE SALVATION ARMY (426-5tb Street South) Officers in and Sirs. A. Cartnvell. Meeting. People's Company meeting. Meeting. Members of the Home League will provide special numbers ta the Sunday services. Thurs., meeting for ladies. Mrs. Brigadier Rayiner, guest speaker. __ Tmirs., meeting conducted by Brigadier and Mrs. Raymer. A warm welcome awaits you at all these services. PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE "THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH" 520 SEVENTH ST. S. HERE THEY ARE! 'THE MUSICAL MESSENGERS" Singin' Bill Murphy, Amarillo, Tex. and Paul Cantelon Preachers, Singers, Musicians Sunday Week pja. DONT 3HSS THE REVIVAL JOHN COOK, MINISTER JESUS EAVES ST. AUGUSTIN'S PARISH CHURCH (ANGLICAN) Clergy: Corner of 4th Ave. S. and llth St. S. The Reverend Leslie L. Grant, R.D., Rector. The Reverend Victor E. Smith, Priest-orpmist. Church Office: Mrs. A. R. Lendt DIAMOND JUBILEE MISSION VERY REVEREND F. H. SMTE, B.A, D.D. Dean of Calgary, and rector of the Pro-Cathedral, day of Mission. Communion. Church School Sunday School. EUCH.-VRI5T AND SERMON. Dean of Calgary. Bible Class. of all Canada wlH broadcast over CJOC. broadcast on "Sunday over CJOC. Baptism, AND SERMON. DEAN OF CALGARY. Loyal Order of Moose will attend this service. a.m. and Communion. Dean xrill address the Rotary Club. Missions. Service. Come early. a.m. and 9s20 Communion. Dean wiH the Kiwanis Club. Mission. Service. Come early, ajn. and Communion, Mission. MISSION SERVICE. It has been necessary to cancel the Thursday and Friday ar- rangements, and those planning to a.ttend the mission are remind- ed that Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will be the only weekdays upon which the mission will be held. f -w i designated to attend the All Canada, the Most Reverend Der- wyn T. Owes. Archbishop of Toronto, will broadcast over CJOC, at 2.03 p.m.. on Sunday. The Loyal Order of Moose are w> at'.enc the Sundav evening service ia a body. On Friday. May 10th. a parish 1 Advance Appeal. meeting will be held 8.30 pjta. !io complete for the Anglican will start FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 4th Are. and 8th S. REV. GERALD M. WARD, BJL, ThJL. yaator Mrs. K- A. Thrall. Choir Leader XMW 'THE CHANGING AND THE CHANGELESS The Dora's Supper No Sunday School at CITY-WIDE BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY "EGO IN THE STAFFORDVILLE BAPTIST 30SSIOS 907 Ninth Avenue Nortfc SchooL Rally Bus. Service. Slides. FIFTH AVENUE NORTH SUNDAY SCHOOL for Rally Bus. The United Church of Canada TOE- SIGHT KEVEKEND JESSE H. AXSVt. BJt, First United Church FIFTH AVE, AND THMTEENTH ST. X. REV. R. 34AGOWAS, D-D, Pacter Choir Mr. Ben Janet Larson and Mrs. A. a-is.-- "HIGHER GROUND" "NEW BEGINNINGS" To aB -arho pray, and to -ssrho do rjot bat oegnt, tKs chtsch opens u-isie ia doors, asc in the name of Cirist says irelciXEe-" SOUTHMINSTER UNITED Conwr Foarth Areane and EteTesth Street Rer. Harry A. Mntehmor. B-A, BJX Orputbt-Cboirauuter .4. K, Pntiznd, Mus. B. SCHOOLS FOR HOMES Army Cacets Church Parade pjn. EARTH'S FINAL STAR The nurses attend as part of their National Re-Dedication. Annual Church Service for :he Order of the 2asters Star, Leaf Chapter No. 7 ace Laurel Chapter Xo. 43. A reception will be held in the haH after the for the special guests. -IT lather! P' 1 Tl iers in ilie Face mes is Bou The tie fhot binds a parent to his child is a subtle and powerful one. It is the basis of ail family relations. The strength or -weakness of the parental tie "denotes the strength or weakness of the family value to its own members and to human society. It is the most pjowerful of all incentives to human effort and human achievement When a father looks searchingly into the face of his son, he is seeking something far more important than beauty of feature and perfection of contour. He is trying to look through those clear, boyish eyes into "the soul that lies behind them. He is trying to comprehend the spirit with" which this lad of his will carry on the life that has been imparted to him. If he is a -wise father, he knows that a strong life must be built on a foundation of in the best things in human life, the enduring values; faith in the purpose and end of human existence, and in a supreme and beneficent intelligence which orders the course of the universe. Religion has been the guiding star of the human race as man has climbed upward to better things. So wise parents in all ages, by precept an3 by example, hare en- deavored to implant religious faith in their children. That is why. churches exist in nearly every community. They are the repositories of religious faith, the fountainheads of spiritual power. Drink deep of what they have to give. And let iheir blessed waters flow into tha lives of your children. r. atiutwx. -T .This Message Presented By Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. Limited NEWSPAPER! ;