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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, November 2, 1974 BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS 633 7th South Sunday 11 00 am Service 7 30 p m Lecture Wednesday 8 00 p m -Bible Class Subject for Sunday 7 30 p m THE THRONE OF DAVID TO BE RESTORED Speaker Mr A Bennett Lakaview Mennonite Brethren Church 15 Avenue 29 Street South Pas'or Rev Henry Unrau Phone 329-3542 1000 am School for all ages 1100 i m iqe WANTED DEAD or ALIVE 700 p rn SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM with Mr Henry Peters Hepburn Sask directing the choir Monday 7 30 p m YoLng Peoples Wednesday 7 00 p m Pionetr Girls and Boys Brigade A Chtrcn where Christ s loved and people are appreciated WORLDWIDE CHURCH OF GOD (Affiliated with Ambassador College) SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1974 1 00 to 3 00 p m LETHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE LARGE LECTURE THEATRE 5th Ave a 18th SI South Minister CECIL MARANVILLE Ph 345 4705 (Collect) Listen to GARNER TED ARMSTRONG ON CFCN RADIO and TELEVISION NORBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH 1000 a School Classes for all ages 1' 00 am D THE CONQUEST OF ZEAL 7 00 p Reoor' on he CALGARY MISSION ARv The Evangelical Church in Canada 1402-8 Ave N E SIPE Everyone is Welcome St. Andrew's PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818-5 Avenue South L D HANKINSON B A W VENDER KOOY b 30 a m and 1100 School 11 00 am Sunday Title MANS GREATNESS IS FOUND WHERE? Nursery and Kindergarten during Cnurcn Hour CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Everyone Welcome FIRST SECOND ard SEVENTH WARDS 1912 !0tn Avenue South "HIRD ard FOURTH WARDS 28'r> Street and Scenic Drive FIFTH and SIXTH WARDS 2223-6th Aver-ue A North STUDENT BRANCH 28th Street South PLEASE PHONE 328-8305 FOP FURTHER INFORMATION LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC CHURCHES WEEKEND MASSES ST PATRICK'S 4th AVt ardlDltiS" S QBL'GA" 30 3 '2 ronr ASSUMPTION DETER THE SALVATION ARMY 1302 4th Avenue South MAJORS THEIMAM CORNEY JOANM SATURDAY P.M. Experience Singers and Glenmore Youth Band. Tickets at the door 930 11 00 700 7 m Sunday School a m m Hebrews Major Thelma Corney preaching p m Gospel Service p m Prayer and Bible Study LETHBRIDGE ALLIANCE CHURCH 1202 3 Avenue South A.O. GOLDSMITH 3 OOP M CHINESE ALLIANCE SERVICES PASTOR J Sunday CONVENTION 1 1 00 Morning Service 6 -Evening Rejected Witnesses take legal action The Herald Religion Band concert at Citadel Musicians from Calgary Glenmore Salvation Army corps will perform this evening at 7 SO p m in Citadel 1302 4th Avenue S Purpose of the v isit is tu share Chrib'ian lellotvship and heip Lethbndge bandsmen raise funds toward upgrading their instruments Admission is b> SI ticket avaiiaole at the door Witnesses gather at Taber Some 300 persons from Lethbridge are exopcted to par- ticipate m the semi annuai circuit convention of Jehovah s Witnesses m the Taber Civic Auditorium this weekend The assemblv focuses on the life 01 Christ under the theme entitled What Sort of Persons Ought to Be Odptismal ser- vice will be held Sundav morning Donald Sevan of Toronto wll deliver the lecture the Near Future Holds at 2 p m Sundaj afternoon The public is in vi ted Cariboo bishop elected KAMLOOPS BC iCPi Dean John S P Snowaen of St Pauls Cathedral here was elected Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Cariboo at an electoral svnod recentlv The 46 vear old bishop -elect has served in parishes throughout British Columbia and was named dean of the cathedral in 1972 Bishop R E F Berrv of Kootenav chairman at the svnod said Mr Snow den s confirmation bv the B C House of Bishops was expected soon Hutterite addresses !00 women attended UIP October meeting of Soutn Presbvtenal of I n ted Church held ar bow Island I niled Church Oct 22nd President Mrs Ila Skeith of Davtor conducted tti" meeting Theme for tne dav v as Know our Opening worship was conducted bv members ot the evening auxmarv of Medicine Hat based on the storv of the -Good Samaritan Rev John gave a verv inspiring address on the spiritual life of the Huttentes V question and answer period followed House calls? A tribal witch doctor sits in his ceremonial garb in a native village in Rho- desia Witch doctors still practice their ancient arts of diagnosmg ill- nesses curing the sick and making ram (CP> The Gieatet Vancouver Jehovah Witnesses organisation launched an action in British Columbia Supreme Court Wednesday against the Municipality of Surrey B C In court documents the religious sect savs Surrey council conceived and enacted maliciously and in bad faith' a bylaw amend- ment under which the Witnesses were refused a building permit in Julv The Witnesses sav the amendment was introduced and passed after they had applied for a permit to build a regional assembly hall with a seating capacity of 1 800 in a residential area The apphca- Sisters honored at Pine her PIN CHER CREEK (Special) The Sisters of the Order ot the Daughters of Jesus were honored by more than 300 persons here last weekend saluting the orders arrival in Pmcher Creek 70 vears ago Prior to an Open House, St Michael's Church was filled to capacity for a concelebrated high mass at 10 30 a m The principle celebrant was His Excellency Archbishop Henri Routhier, 0 M I of Ed- monton a native son of Pmcher Creek A letter was read from Bishop Paul J 0 Byrne of Calgary Some 50 Sisters were present including visiting members of other religious communities Presbyterians 100 years TOROMO 'CP The Presbvtenan Church in Canada will officialh mark the beginning ot its second centurv itn a centennial ser- vice Sundav at St Andrew s church The special service is the first of a senes of centennial events on the theme of remembrance renewal, response to commemorate the union of eight branches of the church in Montreal June 15 1875 Senator Richard Stanburv chairman 01 the Presbvtenan Church Building Corporation and a memoer of the adminis- trative council will speak on the renewal of the churrh 'vith an address entitled The I nsmkable Church Trie PresbUenan Church 'n dnada ttaces roots to the reformed Church of Scotland in 1560 n is based on of John Calvin the Swiss reformer branches of ihe i hurch united in i875 the new cnurch had 534 minister-, 1 119 congregations and 9653 communicants The major crisis for the church in the f-enturv came with union of the Methodist Congregationalists and Presbvtenan churches into the Lnited Church of Canada in 1925 The union caused an up- heaval in the Presbyterian Church and 154 243 of a reported membership of 379 762 refused to enter the union The Presbvtenan Church is the fourth largest in the countrv with a reported 15 million members Pastoral dinner KTZIKOM (HNS) The s Missionary Societv of the Evangelical Free Church will hold a dinner in tne church basement Dec 2 to honor pastors- and their wives 1 church conference will be he'd Nov ,4 The next meeting is slated for Nov 5 at the home of Mrs Frank Weeks GladvsErdman has resigned the Alaskan Mis sion committee New cults burden church Xiv time djwn Filth in New nt'> nis fcjnup of -ods n_' and me i-', "ui- P.J-M t r Hirt Kri-n ia M an Kr shna Nnvina Bv rrvrlinj, 'or doH bv 1HO 4 Tf A r 11 r- ir 1 ut downright p thai pr iv n -t s ion nmpl u Service EVERLASTING A ed-psd3y 7 30 p m Testimony Wealing READING ROOM Open Noon 2 00 p m Tues Thurs Sat IU I T'l j br t, T K K' j M i nil t' L r. rri 'i f ijri njs ill'1; '-hnuJ'j bf1 in i i iil'- rt ni public of ii jsi fiom iht nrjlum sudicnri it'i! th d ir-i i L T, t I XT-J c r) i i ii i int. i D 'Hf i) dTfl ton 'i ijisbn' >s oi of cults that f'dlirp 1 rm .lior-- CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Cor 5tn Ave and 13th St S SALVATION HEALINGS MIRACLES Pastor REV TW ROYCROFT 9 45 a m School 11 15 Service 7 00 D m Service BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH (North American Baptist General Conference) 329 19th street North H 328-2045 945 a and Lrglish classes) 11 00 a m Worship Service 7 00 p m Gospel Service Charisma Christian Bookstore 310 9 Street South Lethbndge Phone 328-2549 Our scripture text Christmas cards HAVE NOW ARRIVED Why not buy early, era enjoy the wide selection Special Book orders churcn bulletins and Christ- mas awards and novelties should be ordered from us m the next two weeks for December de- livery We are well stocked with books, wall cla- ques and gifts to meet your needs NOW IN LETHBRIDGE TV Speaker, World Traveller, Lecturer. Illustrated in Color on the Screen. VERNE SNOW Saturday, November p m. "United States in Bible Prophecy" Sunday, November p m "Flying or Fantasy" Monday November 15pm "Whan Men Will Give A Fortune For A Sermon" Wednesday and Thursday, November 6 and 7 No Lectures r-r3 (n Tongues and The Movement, Christian or CHAPEL OF CHIMES 2606 Avenue South, Lethbndge Free Transportation, Pnone 327-1372 FREE ADMISSION! in. m i-. to n ;