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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE NINE Church Activities St. Andrews Presbyteriaa held In morning under is Mother's Day. and will the of the Sunday School also be observed as Family Dav in The Lethbndge Ward Primary Con- Ss. Andrew's. The Sunday School ierence will be held at the 7 o clock children will meet in the school- service. Ail will be welcome, room, and parade to the 11 o'clock service. The regular 12.15 session cas been cancelieo. The Sacrament of Baptism, will be dispensed at this semce. The choir anthem will be -Consider the Lslies" Crrembath) and Isabel Ramage will sag the Acvs of the Apostles. This pan. of solo "Thou that once on Mother's i the Scriptures war come under coa- sideration at our rooming _ service Ac the evening service the ser-! at 11 a men theme will be "-The Eternal Batsford [vice. The senior choir, which leads the praise in the evening will sing the anthem "Par from my Heaven- ly Home" make their Corporate Communion at 3 ajsu and will hold a short meet- ing afterwards. Baptisms will be evening At the evening at 2.15 pja.. 3.15 p.m. and C30 Is the 1 service, the anthem will be. "Jesus, i pJQ- After the evening service, J the "Home Life1 First Baptfet "Mother's Day" will be celebrated to the full on Sunday in First Bap- tist. The minister's wsH be closely related to and 'jrttr-'n tiz ttuu 25 intr i ;T. I to be elucidated in the Us- j Tender Shepherd." with George members of the A.Y.P.A. will be pre-eminence everywhere uais Sim- mon at the Christian Science Brown as soloist. Instead of the j hosts at a "Friendly Hour- in the'day. In the morning the sermon j I theme son-sermon churches on Sunday. It is on passages from the Bible and from _ _ Science and Health with Key by the minister. the Scriptures; by Mary Baker j Eddy. This is the Golden Test: "As in Adam all die. even so in Chris: I evening sermon, n meditation ap- 5 ifromipropriate to the pageant wii! be shall all be made alive." thians St. AiicMstin's (Anglican) The parish of Augustin will SouUuninster United Moiher's Day will be observed with special services at Southmin- ster. "The Most Important Teach- er in the World" will be the ser- mon theme in the mominc. This (1 Corin-1 continue the Jubilee on Sunday with special services, ser- mons and music. A Diamond Jubi- lee Banquet will be held at the Marquis hotel on Mondar evening st 6J30, at which the Lord Bishop of the Diocese, the Right Rever- end, H. n. Ragg. be the after-dinner speaker. The rector sermon by the minister, the Rev. i will be the preacher on Sunday. Harry A. Mutchmor. B.A.. BJJ.. will conclude the series on home and schooL At this service the Sunday- School will attend in a body fol- i lowing their regular class sessions! starting at 10 ajn. The Sacrament j i of Infant Baptism will also be ad- and will endeavour to make ade- The junior choir will be in charge ministered. of the music at the morning ser-1 A pageant. "Mothers of the CHRISTADELPHIAN ECCLESIA 633-7th St. Sonth SUNDAY SERVICES God Willing 11 of Bread. 1230 SchooL 7.30 Lecture. Subject: the Bible Speaker: MR. WM. J. PICKFORD An Welcome Christ Is Coming Central Church of, Christ 425-llth Street Sonth FRANCIS K. JAMES, St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Corner Sth Are. and SUi St. S. Rer. C. L. Ganrin, 3Iinister. Mrs. G. Brown, Organist. Broadcast. "THE PRESBYTERIAN ADVANCE FOR CHRIST" DAY SERVICE. This is FAMILY DAY in St. Andrew's The Sunday School will meet as, 11 ajn. The Sacrament of Baptism will be dispensed. ETERNAL CALL." We invite yon to fellowship with us in St. Andrew's. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Twelfth St. aad Frarth Ate. S. Sunday Service, 11 Subject: "ADAM AND FALLEN MAN" 12.10 School. Wednesday Testimony Meet- ing. 8.00 pjn. Free Reading Room and Lend- ing Library. 325 Twelfth St. a Hours: Week days. 2JO to 4 except public holidays. THE SALVATION ARMY (42C-5th Street Smrth) OfOeen la aad Mn. A. CartmeU. Meeting. MOTHEIfS DAY PKOGRAX. Meeting. Major and Mrs. G. Wagner, of Calgary, will bring special Mother's Day messages at.each'of the Sunday Services. Thursday, prayer service. A warm welcome awaits you at an these services. ALLIANCE TABERNACLE ATEXCK SOCTH mcv. j. X. BOWKKK AN IDEAL MOTHEK. Sunday School and Bible CiMtm. TtHE SIASTTJt IS COMf CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 1314-3rd Are. North. REV. W. B. ROBINSON, MINISTER MOTHER'S DAY SERVICES A.M. AND P.M. BIBLE SCHOOL A_M- ALL WELCOME! "A CHURCH WITH A BIBLE MESSAGE" ST. AUGUSTIN'S PARISH CHURCH (ANGLICAN) 4th Are. S. aa4 llth SL S. The JUmsrwtMl L. Grant, Iterter. The XerersDd Victor E. Smith, Church Office: Xn. A. K. Lendi. A DAY OF RE-DEDICATION TO "MOTHER CHURCH" CoaiiausloB, and CorErcunion of Tbe Guild cf the Servers of the Sanctuary. PRAY3R AXD SSRMCHJ. "ST. AUGCSTIS AND HIS MOTBOOt" HecMr. Anthem, "With a Voice of Martin Shaw. PRAYER AND SERMOJf. Hector. Anthem, "The Is Loving TJato Srery The anay cadets will parade. The will be hosts. Yousg and old are invited to the Parish Hall far Christian fellowship. Sunday schools and Bible at usual times, 10 ajn. 11 and noon. Bible School for all ages. Communion and mes- sage. pjn. Gospel message. 8.30 Fireside Hour. 7 Young Peoples." Visitors always welcome. ST. MARY'S CHURCH (Anglican) Corner 6th Ave. and 12th St. C X. Sunday, May 12th, 1946. 8 Holy Communion. Bible Class. ajn. Choral Eucharist and sermon. Church school. Evensong and ser- j mon. Iron Springs. 7.30 Evensong and Ser- mon. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 4th Ave. and Sth St. S. REV. GERALD M. WARD, B.A., Thjtt, pastor Airs. R. A. Thrall, Choir Leader Miss Elsie Westcott, Organist "MOTHER... A TRIBUTE" Girls' Choir. school. "HOUSE SHORTAGE OR HOME Youth Choir. HOUR'' with men In charge. STAFFORDVILLE BAPTIST MISSION 907 Ninth Avenue North. School. Service. FIFTH AVE. NORTH BAPTIST SUNDAY IMMANUEL' ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH Cor. 6th Are. and 15th St. S. V. Eichenlaub, B.D., Pastor. Bes. 710-16th St. N. Phone 4336 Da- service. "A CHRISTIAN MOTHER" School. Come and Worship with Us! CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Corner 12th St. S. and Sth Are. SUNDAY SERVICES ajn. Sunday school Soother's Day service. Confer- ence. All Wilt Be Welcome. The United Church of Canada THE RIGHT REVEREND JESSE H. ARNUP, B.A., DJO, Moderator First United Church CORNER FIFTH AVE. AND THIK1EESXH ST. N. REV. R. MAGOWAN, B.A., D.D., Pastor Choir Ben Martin Janet Larson and Mrs. A. Wright "CHRISTIAN MOTHERS" School Mothers Day Service. Ooen Session. "THE PERIL OF THE SECOND BEST" "To all who pray, and to all who do not but ought, this church opens wide its doors, and in the name of Christ says welcome." SOUTHMINSTER UNITED Corner Fourth Avenue and Eleventh Street South Harry A. Mntchmor, B.A., K. Potlacd, Mas. B. THE MOST IMPORTANT TEACHER IN THE WORLD Mother's Day Special Service 3. 3. departments meet as usual, but attend church. Sacrament of Infant Baptism. MOTHERS OF THE WORLD Special Annual Mother-and-Daughter Service. PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 520 SEVENTH STREET SOUTH HEAR THE MUSICAL MESSENGERS PLAYING THEIR ELECTRIC GUITARS 1 SINGING SPECIAL GOSPEL SONGS PAINTING GOSPEL THEMES IN OILS HEAR THEM PREACH THE OLD GOSPEL p.m. p.m. SUNDAY p.m. WEEK NIGHTS EXCEPT MON. AND SAT. SINGIV BILL MURPHY PAUL CANTELON A BEAUTIFUL OIL PAINTING AWAY TO THE ONE BRINGING THE MOST VISITORS TO THE SERVICE The Crowds Are Gathering At The Tabernacle The MOTHERS of Men T xi.Hi ideal of motherhood has not varied greatly from age to age nor from land to land. Al ways she is the center of the home, the focal point of the family life. She carries that life on from generation to generation, and is the indispensable human link between man's yesterdays a nd his tomorrows. In a large measure she molds the lives and characters of her children. Many great men have attributed their achieve- ments to her, and one of them said, "All that I am and ever hope to be I owe to my angel mother." She is the most sublime and ineffable character in human history. Mothers live closer to God than most other people. In the process of bearing and rearing children; in meeting the countless human problems that arise in a home; in all her toil and tears and gladness, she realizes better than most of us man's final dependance upon a higher power. We pay her tribute on this Mother's Day. and lay our hearts at her feet We love her for herself and all that she is. We love her for her toil and travail and endurance. We love her for her faith, which looks beyond the shadows.of life's darkest hour and sees the light of God. This Message is Presented by Lethbridge Laundry Company JEWS PA PER I IV .FWSFAPFRl ;