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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Service Evening Service WORLDWIDE CHURCH OF GOD (Affiliated with Ambassador College) SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26 to p.m. LETHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE LARGE LECTURE THEATRE Sttl Ave. 1Mh SL South Minleter. CECIL MARANVILLE. Ph. 34S-4705 (Collect) to GARNER TED ARMSTRONG ON CFCN RADIO and TELEVISION Church Minister: REV. G. KEITH CHURCHILL, B.A., M.Dnr. Organist: MRS. HILDA COLEMAN Pianlafc MRS. BETH MILLARD Church School WORLD AS IT IS NEEDS THE CHURCH AT ITS BEST" 7 00 p FOLLOW ME" I. Training and Enrichment Session ______ YOU ARE INVITED TO WORSHIP WITH US" LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE PASTOR M. L. ISRAEL8ON 520-7th Street South Home of the Sunshine Evangel Hour Utten every Sunday 10-JO p.m. CJOC 1220 K.C. School Bus Transportation Phone 328-7461 Worship (Singing by the TV Choir) Message from the Pastor Service (SPECIAL MUSIC) What's in a Name'' Hearty invitation it extended to all and a warm welcome awaits you 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 11th Street South REV. KENNETH W. MORRIS, B.D. REV. WILLIAM CALDERWOOD. NLA. Director of Music MR. WILFRED WOOLHOUSE OrganM Emeritus: MR. A. K. RUTLAND SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20 Worship SERMON: 'THE COST-AND JOY OF DISCIPLESHIP" Rev. Kenneth Morris (Opportunity provided to pledge for 1975) ANTHEMS: Junior Choir Senior Choir: Forward to Church School in all Departments at a.m. ___________Nursery available________ McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH 115th Aw. and 24th SL S. MINISTER-REV. BLAKE ANDERSON Choir Director: Mr. H. Van EgMren OrganM: Mrs. C. Greene SUDAY, OCTOBER 20 STILL SMALL VOICF' The SOUTHMINSTER BELL RINGERS will be here FIRST UNITED CHURCH North REV. KEN JORDAN. B.A, B.D. Organist Mr Altyn Milts Choir Mrs. Barbara Hwozdecfci SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20 Discussion of the PLAN OF UNION Morning Worship SERMON: THE WIND OF THE WILDERNESS" GUEST SOLOIST: Judy Forward Sunday School (all Departments) Nursery provided MIDWEEK GROUPS BS Mem Cubs Mora al pjm C GIT Twes al 7-00 ip ffi Explorers Wad MermedMe Cnotr fount, aj 7 pjm CTwIr: TUBS, at 7100 pm Senior OrtcAr Thurs SOT pjm SOUTHERN ftlKRTK JAPANESE UNITED CHURCH Mh AM. Mh MreM North English Worship Service and Sunday School 6-00 p m Joint Worship Service. Special guest preacher: Rev. H. KIM. Welcome supper will follow the joint service to be held at Lethbridge. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26 4-8 p Chow rnein supper and bazaar. Proceeds to the Missionary purposes sponsored by _ Japanese U.C.W. Everyone is welcome. Saturday, October 1i, 1974 THE LETHMIDOE BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH (North An m-IMh Street North H. POSCHWAnA-Phone 321-2045 and English classes) Worship Service Service All German speaking friends are invited to our deeper life meeting with Rev A Baum from Germany _____________Meetings will be nightly at 7 30 p m starting Tuesday Likeview Mannoniti Brethren Church 15 Avenue ft 2t Street South Patten Rev. Henry Unrau Phono 329-3542 10 00 a m School for all ages 1100am 7 00 p m by GEORGE BRUCKS of Holland ATTENTION: Young People, Area Youth Rally at the Church Saturday, (tonlte} at Monday, 7.30 p m Peoples Tuesday. 8 to 9 p m Study Wednesday. 7 00 p m Girls and Boys Brigade Troop transport WALTER KERBER photo A battalion of children prepare to climb aboard used to mobilize youth sections, gospel teams and the new Lethbridge Salvation Army transport vehicle other units of Lethbridge corps. Above, driver Len following Sunday school at the Citadel. The vehicle, Barnaby opens the door while officers Major Joan purchased with funds from a legacy, will also be Pierce (left) and Major Thelma Corney watch. Publicity parson once sought potato size of a football EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 12th A venue end Mayor Megreth Orlvs H. J. JOST-Phona 327.C113 a.m SUNDAY SCHOOL HOUH Dr Ray Stewart is teaching a series in the Gospel of of John, in the Adult Class 11.00 WORSHIP SERVICE The Omega Choir will be singing Former Premier of Alberta, Mr Harry E Strom will be speaking EVENING SERVICE "NO GREATER JOY" Pastor's Message A 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 THE CHURCH AND TRUTH underscores an element in the life of the church which is often forgotten You really cannot be a Christian without the church Would you consider that once more? Listen in this Sunday! The Christian Reformed Church is located at 1807-2nd Ave. "A" North in the City Services at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. You are invited cordially KINGS LANDING, N.B. (CP) When Winnifred Nichol became the bride of Donald Savoie in St. Mark's Chapel, the entire wedding party was dressed in the modes of 1865. The officiating clergyman, Rev. Edwin -F. Eaton, is at once an ordained priest of the Anglican Church of Canada and public relations officer of Kings Landing Historical Set- tlement The wedding in pe- riod with press, radio and television his produc- tion. Asked whether this was not an odd combination of duties, he replied: "No, not any more. It may not be so notice- able in the Mantunes but in the West you will find a grow- ing number of clergy actively engaged in law, medicine, broadcasting and Mr. Eaton sees this trend as a present-day acceptance of the Great Command in Mark 16: 15: "Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature." His road to Kings Landing has been varied. Edwin Francis Eaton was born in Liverpool, England, in 1922 and enrolled in Liverpool Technical College to become a research horticulturist. "I wanted to produce a gooseberry as big as a plum and a potato the size of a foot- ball. But the Second World War put a blight on all that" He became an RAF ground gunner, then a wireless oper- ator and was commissioned in 1945. After the war he went to the Middle East as a com- pany commander in the Aden Protective Levies. The outfit consisted of 30 British officers and 2.200 Arab troopers. After a year Mr. Eaton re- turned to England, then came to Tor- ronto and worked for an electrical equipment firm which specialized in fixtures for grain elevators. The RCAF was recruiting at that time and Ted was posted first to Summerside, P.E.I.. and then to Greenwood, N.S., where he was commissioned in 1951 and married Jac- queline Bester the same year. Afterward there were tours of duty in Winnipeg and'Camp Borden. OnL, and finally 414 years as adjutant at Chatham. N.B. "By then I felt called to the Christian ministry and I be- gan taking courses in theo- logy from Kings College, Hali- fax I was ordained a deacon and sent to the parish of Res- tigouche in New Brunswick in 1961. "I was moved to Hoyt, N.B., in the spring of 1963 and was ordained a priest at St. Anne's Church in Fredericton on St. Thomas's Day, Dec 21, 1963 From Hoyt I was moved to St. Peter's Church at Springhill, near Fredencton, in 1967. "Kings Landing Historical Settlement, nearby, was then in the building stage and, when I had an offer in 1970, I went there in a public rela- tions capacity. I had had 10 years of parish work and by then felt that there was a definite need for priests out in the work-a-day world Mr. Eaton is a member of the Canadian Public Relations Society, and thinks it signifi- cant that there are other members who have both reli- gious and lay affiliations. This year's president of the society is Sister Ella Zink of Ottawa, whose religious duties are combined with the practice of hospital and in- stitutional public relations. "Surely the problem of any clergyman is primarily one of said Mr. Eaton, "and I think the culti- vation by the clergy of a prac- tical approach to the media can be a long step forward." Lately he has been licensed by Rt Rev. H. L Nutter, Bishop of Fredencton, to con- duct regular services at St. Mark's in Kings Landing. His congregation includes tour- ists, members of the regular staff and folk of the vicinity who may be employed at the settlement to tend oxen, churn butter, repair old furniture or act as tour guides. Centre of attention Rev. Edwin F. Eaton, an ordained priest of the Anglican Church of Canada and public relations officer of Kings Landing Historical Settlement, poses with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Savoie following their wedding in SL Mark's Anglican chape) at Kings Landing Historical Settlement near Fredencton, N.B. The entire Savoie wedding party is attired in fashions from 1865, with press, radio and television on hand to record the event Hymns receive emphasis There's a growing emphasis on hymn-singing in Anglican and United Churches across Canada, due largely to the controversial but successful hymn book published by a committee from the two churches. Many of the 533 hymns in the book are new to one church or the other. Some have new music for old familiar texts, or new words to old tunes. To assist choirs and congregations in learning the hymns, a two-record album of 24 hymns has just been released. Dayspring brings together a large suburban choir and a medium-sized choir from a small city, chosen as typical of church choirs all across Canada. The work of the choirs of St. Andrew's United Church, Markham, Ont, and Trinity Anglican Church, Barrie, Ont, is an example of what most choirs can do. The record also carries teaching aids for choirs and congregations. It is available from Anglican and United Church supply bouses, and at selected book and music stores. NOTHING NEW Castles, in the sense of unfortified manor houses, existed in all the great early civilizations, including that of ancient Egypt from 3000 BC. NEW HOPE CENTRE OF LETHBRIDGE 1505 6th Ave. South Come celebrate with SUNDAY Fellowship Sharing the Good News Wednesday, Bible Study Series on the GFfts of the Holy Spirit Continues. You are especially welcome! COME THOU WITH US AND HE WILL DO THEE GOOD {LUTHERAN CHURCHES CHfflST TRINITY LUTHBMN CHURCH 416-1201 Street South-Phone 327-07M HAROLD MARTIN School Hour LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 11th 124th Street South 320-344S One 321-1511 Home Church School Worship Service COME, BE ENRICHED AND BLESSED (MMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Corner Mi Avenue end IMh Street South PAUL KOESTER OMce: Home: 327-MM School and Bible Classes Service Wed. Worship Listen to the Lutheran Hour Sunday. 7.30 a m CFAC Calgary More than Corf's eye watches VICTORIA (CP) Your drorch may have yon aider electronic surveillance. It may range from a rela- tively simple closed circuit television camera to a highly expensive and sophisticated time-lapse camera, capable of taking pictures in the dark. Western Home Guard Patrol Ltd. specializes in such equipment and manager Barry Lehna said more churches are becoming interested in surveillance to guard against theft and van- dalism. "People are going back to the black arts he, said, "and anything not nailed down in a church is likely to be taken." Thieves also hit poor boxes and collection baskets, but Mr. Lehna said vandalism is probably a greater threat Some people seem to take delight in breaking into churches, overturning pews, throwing candles around and generally creating mayhem. Other companies using the electronic facilities include banks, department stores, restaurants and shops. Mr. Lehna and his staff of 42 handle electronic and physical checks for about 300 businesses in Greater Vic- toria. Included in the electronic equipment available are bur- glar alarm systems and in- tbe-store anti-theft devices. However, Mr. Lehna cau- tioned that the biggest dollar loss to merchants is theft by employees THEMGUCAN CHURCH (EPISCOPAL) MEVtftCMO L- FRANK LEE, BJL S.T.B. HECTOR RtVtNtNO OCftCK MOSKIM, L.TK, CURATE DENNIS WrnmCV. A. MUS. T.CA, AAC-O- Communion Communion Service, Junior Choir and Canterbury Singers (Nursery provided) MIDWEEK SERVICES Thursday. October 24 9-30 a Communion numy TUT imMM Corner 12th SfC' BMKT Int fURMt and Mh Ave. M. 5 THE ftCVEMEMO C4UMK ROBERT W. COWAN, BJL. Uh NINETEENTH AFTER TRINITY Eucharist am. Church School Hall 11.-00 Eucharist Canon G Nakayama 6.30 p m Vestry Wednesday, Friday, Saturday for Communion ;