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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 i HE LbiHBRIuut HtRALD Saturday, November 16, 1974 BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS Sunday 7 30 p.m 633-7IH South -Subject: "GODS GREAT PLAN OF SALVATION" Speaker: Mr. H. Blacker CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Cor. 5th Ave. and 13th St. S. SALVATION HEALINGS MIRACLES Pmtor: REV. T W. ROYCROFT 9 45 a m School 11 15 a Service 7 00 p m Service THE SALVATION ARMY 1302 4th Avenue South V-niors THELMA M CORNEY JOAN M PIERCE 9 30 a m School 11 00 am AM THE DOOR" Major Joan Pierce preaching 7 00 p m Service Mrs Lynne Lowe preaching 7 30 p m Prayer and Bible Study Lakeview Mennonite Brethren Church 15 Avenue 29 Street South Pastor: Rev. Henry Unrau Phone 329-3542 10 00 am School for all ages MOO am-Message THE CHRISTIANS FUTURE PROSPECTS" By H P Nikkei 7 00 p TI SERVICE Monday 7 30 p m Peoples 8-9 D m Bible Study Wednesday 7 00 p m Girls and Boys Brigade _____A Church where Christ is loved and people are appreciated" WORLDWIDE CHURCH OF GOD (Affiliated with Ambassador College) SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16th, 1974 to p.m. LETHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE LARGE LECTURE THEATRE 5th Ave. A 18th St. South Minister: CECIL MARANVILLE, Ph. 345-4705 (Collect) Listen to GARNER TED ARMSTRONG ON CFCN RADIO and TELEVISION NO SERVICE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23 NORBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH The Evangelical Church in Canada 1402-8 Ave. N. E. SIPE 10 00 a T School Classes for all ages 11 00 am Service THE CONQUEREH" 7 00 D m An Evening of Music Songs preserved by the Wa'ne' Youth Choral Everyone is Welcome St. Andrew's PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818-5 Avenue South L. D. HANKINSON B.A. W. VANDER KOOY 11 00 a.m School 11 00 "HOW GOD BECOMES REAL" Nursery and Kindergarten during Church Hour. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Everyone Welcome FIRST SECOND and SEVENTH WARDS "9i2-10th Avenue South THIRD and FOURTH WARDS 28th Street South and Scenic Drive HFTH and SIXTH WARDS 2223-6th Avenue 'A' North STuDENT BRANCH 28th Street South PLEASE PHONE 328-8305 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Chinch PEV. G.KEITH CHURCHILL. B.A.. MRS MARILYN SINCLAIR Pianist: MRS. MA1DA MACK a rr Family Church School 1 1 On THE FRUITS OF FAITH' T DO o -n COME. FOLLOW ME" D'SC'p'eship Groups m homes of the US NEW HOPE CENTRE OF LETHBRIDGE 1505 6th Ave. South celebrate with -'S SATURDAY 7-30' JESUS PARTY i- .V? I cone to tnis deferent meeting t r G f'c Conl nues f 2- CHURCH vVgloomg1 COME TriOU WITH US AND HE WILL DO THEE GOOD Synod opens Nov. 21 Church union and the or- dination of women will be among topics discussed here next week at the 49th Synod meeting of the Calgary Anglican diocese. Bishop Morse Goodman will deliver a charge Thursday at 8 p.m. in St. Augustine's Church. Up to 300 delegates are expected to attend, including 60 clergymen. Synod meetings, open to all interested persons, continue Friday with a.m. worship in St. Mary's Church and business sessions commenc- ing a.m. in Southminster United Church hall. J. Donald Shepherd, representing the Anglican Council for the North, will address at p.m. banquet Friday at the El Rancho Hotel. Mr. Shepherd will report on church programs in the Arctic. The synod is a governing body of the Anglican denomination composed of clergy and laymen appointed on a per capita basis from each parish, St. Augustine's rector Rev. Frank Lee ex- plained this week. Similar bodies control business at the ecclesiastical province and national level. Calgary diocese is bounded by Rimbey, Lacombe, Battle River, Oyen, Medicine Hat, the United States border and Rocky Mountain House. Institute part of celebration A two day institute on aspects of religious life was conducted in Lethbridge last weekend by the Sisters of St. Martha. The session was part of preparations for the celebra- tion next year of the 75th an- niversary of the foundation of the Canadian order in An- tigonish, N.S. Sister Mary Ellen Keyes from Monroe. Mich., led Southern Alberta members in a workshop and spiritual renewal session here. In addi- tion to Lethbridge sisters, members from Banff, Kamloops, B.C., Melville and Regina, Sask. attended. The Sisters of St. Martha operate St. Michael's Hospital and Martha Centre in Lethbridge. The order also serves in British Columbia, Ontario and Massachusetts. SISTER KEYES JBSOS FRONT PAGE OF A NEW ITALIAN MAGAZINE Contemporary Christ provokes Catholics ROME (AP) A new magazine called Jesus that depicts Christ with a coat, tie and contemporary hair style has provoked the wrath of conservative Roman Catholics. The editors all are Catholic priests. Their publishing house. San Paolo, puts out Italy's biggest Catholic weekly. Famiglia Cristiani, which is sold mainly m churches. First published in France, the 32-page magazine is being distributed in Italy as a free supplement to the monthly Famiglia Mese. which has a circulation of 200.000 copies and costs 50 cents "We wanted to give Christ a current said Giuliano Coacci. an executive of the publishing house "We tried with a pullover sweater or a work over-all, but that was too much like a student or a worker. In the end. we decid- ed to put him in the outfit of today's men: shirt, jacket and L'Osservatore della Dome- nica. the Vatican weekly, found the image "disturbing." "It looks like a Christ com- ing out of a hairdresser's." the government television network commented. "It's indecent." said Marco Maulu, secretary of a con- servative Catholic organiza- tion that filed suit against the publishers, accusing them of offending the state religion. The publishers said Jesus was launched after a survey of 2.000 persons in 150 com- munities showed that Christ was enjoying a new pop- ularity While 87 per cent of those polled expressed some doubts about religious dogmas. 88 per cent ranked Jesus as history's most interesting man. 'Sinful TV burns BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (AP) Members of the Pen- nfieid Church of the Nazarene figured out one way to com- bat "sinful" television pro- gramming. They burned their television sets "The programs are poison- ing our children's minds." said Mary Lou Bax, whose family threw their color television set into the flames at the church parking lot Sun- day night "I had to censor everything my sons watched." she com- plained. "Even on one of ny favor- ite shows, the Mary Tyler Moore Show, thev used swear words. The last show' I heard the word 'damn. About 400 members of the congregation burned 11 tele- vision sets Sunday night. The protest was spurred by comments from evangelist Paul Wilde who spoke at the church last week of the evils of TV programming One anti-TV church mem- ber blew out the picture tube (if his set with a shotgun be- fore throwing it into the flames. The assistant pastor of the church. Rev Thomas Chap- man, said he and the pastor. Rev Earl Burdick. joined Wilde in denouncing current programming Mormons restless for renewal Editor's note: A recent commentary by Newspaper Enterprise Association religion writer, David Poling (Satur- day. Oct. 5) has generated broad reac- tion within the Mormon community. Today. Mr. Poling continues the infor- mative dialogue. Earlier this fall the Washington Tem- ple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was opened in Ken- sington. Md A truly dramatic setting, this million edifice has brought new focus on the convictions and theology of the Mormon faith. This column noted some of the questions stirnng in the ranks of the faithful the place of women in a male dominated church, the racism of theology, the unacceptance b> orthodox Christians for Mormon concepts of Scripture and the Sacraments The result of this earlier column has been thr good news bad news formula The good news is to that one h j- so many regular readers all over The bad news is irritation dismay, disgust and in sum'' instances, anger expressed by OUT Mormon friends who consider us sadh misinformed and grossly in error Vif must ronfoss to one major goof the "-.port that the Washington Temple had four spires In truth, air six spires, all gold-plated rising some 300 f'-et in th" sky Others write to in- form that women do have positions of leadership and significant roles of influence, that blacks are welcome and do belong, and that marriages were never that important. But here we should note some genuine difficulty in this religious hrlvicrn Christians and Mor- mon> The teachings and writings of thn lor the LDS of f-imilv life and ia> vutness to will change com- in record to blacks. Iho place o) women, perhaps ihnr ord'.jjdljon arm to There is little jor optimism writes Nelson The governance of 1bf LDS fhiirch is structured on the i p.-tt'-rn longevity is th' oHer-mr b. coron- Pi- MiJ' r O at in Mimman N< Kon offers Ihmieht if 1bf hurt h leaders tail tonuVf cli.'jr.go r !h'-. irm, dissenting 'h..''b. and rer- 1-jinly from r ritirs tb" outsirir The problem is riot ]ikf-u 4o g Herald Religion Tabernacle organist to visit Salt Lake Mormon Tabernacle organist, Robert Cundick, will perform a public recital here Monday at 8 p.m. in Lethbridge Stake Centre, 28 Street and Scenic Drive. Commencing music study at an early age, Mr. Cundick was first appointed as a church organist at the age of 12. His prin- cipal teacher was Alexander Schreiner, an American organ vir- tuoso. Since 1965, Mr. Cundick has accompanied the Mormon Tabernacle Choir on braodcasts and recordings. He has per- formed numerous recitals in North American and Europe, taught at the University of Utah and Brigham Young University and composed original music. There is no admission charge to Monday's concert. LETHBRIDGE ALLIANCE CHURCH A D GOLDSMITH, Pastor 1202 3rd p.m. CHINESE ALLIANCE SERVICES PASTOR J.CHUANG School Service Service BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH (North American Baptist General Conference) 329 19th Street North Pastor REV. H. POSCKWATTA Phone 328-2045 9 45 a m School (German and English Classes) 11 00 am Worship Service 7 00 p m Gospel Service Guesl Speaker in both Services Or H J WALTEREIT. Pastor of Bethany Baptist Church. Vancouver. B C The Education Committee of the Assumption Parish Council is sponsoring a series of informal talks by Dr. L. R. McKenzie on The Old Testament in the Modern World. Bring your Old Testament and your new ideas to the Catholic Education Center 534 18 Street South at 8 p.m. Monday, November 18 Job and the Modern Dilemma Monday, November 25 Ruth: The Ancestor of Christ CHARISMA CHRISTIAN BOOKSTORE 310-9th St. South, Lethbridge Phone 328-2549 CHRISTMAS CARDS In English and German now available Shop now and avoid disappointment. A good selection of gifts and needs for your family this Christmas in our store now. Please make your Christmas orders as soon as possible as current mail slow down is affecting delivery time Your Christian Bookstore wishes to serve the whole Christian Community. Pay us a visit this week. Opening Hours: Tues. to Sat. Open til Thursdays Closed on Mondays NOW IN LETHBRIDGE TV Speaker, World Traveller, Lecturer. Illustrated in Color on the Screen. VERNE SNOW Saturday, November p.m. Arab-1 trawl! Conflict Will End" Sunday, November p.m. "Why So Many Monday. November p.m. "Can A Person Know If Saved or Tuesday, November p.m. "The Secret of a Happy in An Unhappy World" Wednesday and Thursday, November 20th and 21st Mo Lecture Friday, November p.m. "The Great Tribulation" Saturday Morning, November a.m. "Wumph of Ood's Love" CHAPEL OF CHIMES 2SGS 16lh Avenue South, Lethbridge Sponsored by H is Written' TV Telecast! Free Transportation. Phone 327-1372 FREE ADMISSION! ;