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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta TOO LETHBRIDBE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE PASTOR M.L.ISRAELSON 520-7th Strettt South of tht Sunthlne Evangel Hour Lliten every Sunday 10 30 p m CJOC 1220 K C 9 45 a m School (Classes for all ages) 11 00 am Worship Message "BEAUTY FOR ASHES" from Isaiah 61 7 00 p m Evangelistic Service CHANGE OF VIEWING TIME tor the "NEW LIFE TELECAST which will be released next Sunday, Nov 17th from 1 00 p m to 1 30 p m on C F C N Channel 13 Hearty invitation it extended to all and a warm welcome awaltt you LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC CHURCHES WEEKEND MASSES L ST. PATRICK'S CORNER 4th AVE andlOthST S SATURDAY 7 00 p m (SUNDAY OBLIGATION) SUNDAY 9am 10 30 a m 12 noon ASSUMPTION 2405-12thAVE S SATURDAY, 7 30 p m (SUNDAY OBLIGATION) SUNDAY Sam 9 30 am 11am 430pm Folk Mass 10 45 a m In Parish Hall ST. PETER ST. PAUL'S (BYZANTINE RITE) CORNER 7th AVE and 12th ST 'B NORTH SUNDAY LITURGY-9 am and 11 a m THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION OF PRESBYTERIAN, METHODIST AND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES Moderator RIGHT REV WILBUR K HOWARD President of Conference Dr Nelson R Mercer Chairman of Presbytery Rev T Medicine Hat SOUTHMINSTER 4th Ave. and 11 th Street South REV KENNETH W MORRIS, B Sc B D REV WILLIAM CALDERWOOD, M A Director of MR WILFRED WOOLHOUSE Organist Emeritus MR A K PUTLAND SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10 11 00 am Sermon "WAR A SACRIFICIAL OFFER- ING OF MEN" Rev William Calderwood Anthem "A SONG FOR THE NATION' Magrath Church School m All Departments at 11 00 a m Nursery Available McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Serving Southeatt Lethbridge from 15th Ave and 24th SL S. MINISTER REV BLAKE ANDERSON ASSOCIATE MINISTER MR. WILLIAM THWING Choir Director Mr H Van Egteren Organist C Greene SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10 11 00 am Anthem "THE LORD IS MY SHEPHERD" Dicks Membership Classes at 2 00 p m SUNDAY SCHOOL 9 00 a rn and Intermediate (9-14 years) 11 00 am and Primary (to 8 years) 7 00 p m (15-17 years) 7 00 p m Peoples FIRST UNITED CHURCH Comer of Sth Avenue and 13th Street North Minttter REV KEN JORDAN, B.A. B.D Organist Mr Allyn Mills Choir Barbara Hwozdec'C SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 10 10 00 am of Church Union 11 00 am Worship Sermon "AN INSTRUMENT OF THY PEACE' 11 00 am School (All Departments) Nurserv Provided Special Lethbridge Brownie Pack MIDWEEK GROUPS Cubs Mon al 6 30 p m C G I T Tues at 7 00 p m Explore" Wed at 6 30 p m Teen Choir at 7 00 p m Junior Choir Tues at 7 00 p m Senior Choir Thurs at 8 00 p m L SOUTHERN ALBERTA JAPANESE UNITED CHURCH Comer ofMh Ave A Wi Slreel North MrnMer REV BEN MURATA, B O SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10 9 30 a m Worship Service 11 00 am Worship Service and Sunday School TABER CONGREGATION 2 30 p m Worship Service Saturday, November 9, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGI HERALD 39 A Third Testament Malcolm Muggendge with his "six characters m search of God" that make up the six-part A Third Testament series to be seen on CBC-TV Wednedays at 9 30 p m They are clockwise from the bottom left Blaise Pascal (to be televised Nov St Augustine (Nov Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Dec Leo Tolstoy (Dec William Blake (Nov. 27) and Soren Kierkegaard (Dec. It is a major series, 18 months-m-the-makmg in galleries and locales throughout Europe and Africa with brilliant com- mentary by Muggendge The series will have its world premiere on CBC-TV. The series becomes a history of Christian ideas, beginning where the Bible ends Historic faith promoted By NOEL BUCHANAN Herald Religion Writer Lethbridge needs an historic Baptist church, rooted in fun- damental beliefs that date to the time of Christ, claims David Oldfield, pastor of First Missionary Baptist Church, Calgary Most Monday afternoons, Mr Oldfield travels south to lead a door-to-door blitz "winning the lost to Christ and seeking those of like faith and practice Lethbridge ac- tivities have been further sup- ported by a radio program, mail canvass and weekly Bi ble studies at 7 30 p m ma private home at 171414th Ave S "I am a Canadian saved from sin while living in the United Mr Oldfield explained Raised an Anglican and claiming to have visited most denominations, Mr Oldfield says he is a Baptist "by choice and conviction not for convenience, acceptance or family allegiance "The reason for es- tablishing an Independent Baptist Church is centred in the fact that Lethbridge needs to have a church which stands for the historic, fundamental beliefs that Baptists have held since the very days of Mr Oldfield said There are three Baptist congregations in Lethbridge, each aligned with different denominational associations Bethany a bilingual German congregation af- filiated with the INorth American Baptist General Conference, First, a member of the Baptist Union of Western Canada, and Bethal. a Baptist General Conference church Some years ago, the Baptist Union of Western Canada opened a home mission congregation in North Lethbridge The affiliation has since dissolved with the property now owned and operated as a congregation of the Evangelical Church of Canada under the name Norbridge Community Church Mr Oldfield stressed some of the historic doctrines Independent Baptists adhere to salvation by grace through faith apart from any work of man (Ephesians 2 the eternal saving and keeping power of God (John 10 the meaning and mode of scriptural baptism by the only organization given auth- ority to administer it Matt 28 19, verbal in- spiration of scripture (2 Timothy 3 16. the literal soon coming of the Son and op- position to church union and mterdenominationalism with disregard for the truth of God (2Thess 36 14, 15) It has never been our desire to just start another Baptist church in Lethbridge, Mr Oldfield stressed "It is our desire to see a scriptural Baptist church here that believes and practis js all the counsel of he said A 12-page monthly gospel magazine and additional infor- mation may be obtained by writing to Box 532, Lethbridge T1J 3Z4 Ego building dangerous for sympathetic pastor NEW YORK (AP) Protestant pastors, most of whom are married, in some instances get entangled in the problem of the "other woman It is "a major problem that confronts pastors in every de- says Rev Andrew Bustanoby, a former Baptist pastor and now a marriage counsellor in Bowie. Md Church authorities say that in most congregations there are women, lonely and wanting companionship, who seek the pastor's personal ad- vice and guidance Sometimes his efforts to sympathize and be helpful develop into an af- fair "Every pastoral ministry course in seminary includes a lecture on the pastor's relations with women in the church Bustanoby writes in the evangelical biweekly, Christianity Today However, he says an aspect of the problem not dealt with adequately is "the pastor's need for what the other woman has to offer He maintains that ministers most hkely to get involved with women in their churches are what psychologists have classified as maladaptive top-dog personalities To screen them out, he proposed greater use of psychological testing in seminaries He says the "minister who errs sexually does not start out with sexual encounter on his mind" but to "build his ego on the admiration of all people in his women and children "The women of the congregation provide ego satisfaction for his doubts about his masculinity These doubts are allayed by messages from the women that he is an attractive male He then finds himself with the opportunity to check out these messages more fullv However "the bait is not sex." Bustanobv savs "The bait is ego satisfac- tion, a normal human need this leads to an opportunity for sexual involvement Archbishop "YE DO ERR, NOT KNOWING THE SCRIPTURES" Metfhew 22-28 Ignorance of God's Word usually means ignorance of Christ (John 5 39) Ignorance of Christ means the wrath of Almighty God (John 3 36) Bring your Bible to an old-fashioned Bible study INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH 1714 14th Avenue South 7-3Dprn Mender confirmed LONDON (AFP) Dr Donald Coggan, Anghcan archbishop of York will be confirmed on Dec 5. in a cere monv in Saint Paul's Cathedral, as the new Archbishop of Canterbury, primate of the Anglican Church Dr Coggan already has bren appointed "bv the Queen but according to a law of 1534, nomination must be confirm- ed bv at least four bishops Dr Coggan is replacing Dr Michael Ramsev who was Archbishop of Canterbury for 13 vears VATICAN CITY (Reuter) A prominent Roman Catholic theologian rejected proposals last week that priests should be allowed to marry Writing in tne" omciai Vatican paper L'Osservatore Delia Domemca. Father Bat- tista Mondin said many priests are leaving the church while the number being or- dained is falling steadily And he said the scarcity of priests already has led to the reduction in the number of parishes and cuts in Sunday masses "In a few years many par- ishes will be left without priests and many churches will be deserted on Sundays He said manv people believ- ed that insistence of celibacy was the mam cause for the crisis in the priesthood, and thev advocated part-time priests But Rev Mondin said such a solution, in which pnests did not devote themselves entire- ly to the service of God. is unacceptable for those with failh Legion offers comfort Works in spiritual mercy to all sorts of persons regardless of race color or creed are the keynote activity for Lethbridge Legion of Mary members Commenced here first in 1959 in St Patricks parish the legion now has two Lethbridge chapters Assump- tion members meet Thursday at 7 30pm and St Patricks group meets Monday at 7 15 p m in respective church rec- tories The Legion of Marv started among impoverished neighborhoods of Dublin. Ireland in 1921. explained Rebecca Tobin chairman of the St Patrick's Our Lady of Mercv Praesidium unit "Seventeen people who had been active doing good works among the poor gathered for a meeting Sept 7. 1921." Mrs Tubin explained The group included a priest, a layman and 15 young women from diverse occupations At the suggestion of the layman Frank Duffv an association was formed to do spiritual works of mercy Inspired by reading St Louis dc Monlfort's treatise on true devotion to the blessed Virgin Man. units soon grew in number Chapters were formed throughout the British Isles and around the world Members are ordinary Catholics helping bnng per- sons closer to God through friendship visits and anything else to help outside material relief. Mrs Tobin said BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Service 10.30 Evening Service 7 00-8 00 EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 12th Avenue nnd Mayor Magrath Drive Pallor REV H J JOST Phone 377-6113 1000 a School 11 00 am Service MR LLOYD PEACOCK 7 00 p m Service MR NORI KANASHIRO FROM CALGARY CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church Invites You to listen to the Back to God Hour every Sunday night at 7 30 p m over CHEC Radio HOPE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE is a message to show that the Bible has something special to offer people like us living m a world where hope seems to have fled Won t you listen this Sunday? The Christian Reformed Church is located at 1807-2nd Ave A North m the City Services at 10 a m and 7pm invited cordially NEW HOPE CENTRE OF LETHBRIDGE 1505 6th Ave. South Come celebrate with SUNDAY 11 and BREAKING OF BREAD WORSHIP and TESTIMONY Wednesday, 7 Study Series on the Gifts of the Holy Spirit Continues A BIBLE BASED, CHARISMATIC CHURCH Where You are Welcome' COME THOU WITH US AND HE WILL 00 THEE GOOD LUTHERAN CHURCHES CHRIST TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 416-12th Street 327-0709 HAROLD MARTIN 9 45 a m School 11 00 am Hour Everyone is Welcome LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 11th Avenue end 24th Street South Gartke Phone 328-3445 Office, 328-1518 Home 945 a Church School 11 00 am Worship Service _______COME, BE ENRICHED AND BLESSED IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Corner 6th Avenue and 18th Street South Pastor PAUL KOESTER Office 327-4336. Home 327-3858 9 45 a m School and Bible Classes 11 00 am Service 700pm (Tues Nov Bible Transla- tor's Complimentary s Restaurant Listen to the Lutheran Hour Sunday 7 30 a m CFAC Calgary THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA (EPISCOPAL) SAINT AUGUSTINE'S Corner 4th Avenue and 11th Street South REVEREND L- FRANK LEE. B A S T B RECTOR REVEREND DEREK HOSKIty. L.Th. CURATE DENNIS WHITELEY. A MUS T C L. A R C O Organnt and Choirmaster 8 00 a m Communion 9 00 a m Communion 11 00 am Service Junior Choir and Canter- bury Singers (Nursery provided) 2 00 p m Service, of Holy Baptism MIDWEEK SERVICES Thursday November 14 9 30 a m Holy Communion ST. MARY THE VIRGIN Rector THE REVEREND CANON ROBERT W COWAN B TWENTY-SECOND AFTER TRINITY 30 a m Mattms 8 00 a m Eucharist 10 00 a rn School 1055 am Hall 11 00 am Euchansl 6 30 p m Monday-REMEMBRANCE DAY 9 00 a m Requiem Wednesday. 7 00 p m Euchansl Saturday 7 30 p m Preparation for Communion THEOPHILUS NICE OF YOU ME PRtACHES' WELL I'M ViOT HI AS JUST ME 1 KlflCfcSW TH1 CONGKLGA1ION THEY FAY Mr TO VISIT THL SICK. DK Tut M Awmoro TH! ItC ITKbONAL VAMbLl n 'b TOt.1 Al THAI I'Vf jUbl Pi 1 N AN f X, CONt-U OM CHURCH OF CHRIST Ave S for Information end" Home Study Phone 0972 or t OVOV ;