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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Coalhurst Pentecostal Assembly HIV. K. Roktt, PMlor-Phone 329-3133 School Service Service "A HEARTY WELCOME AWAITS YOU 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 HOSKIN L Th Curate DENNIS WHITELEY. A MuS T C.L A R.C O Organist and Choirmasler a.m.-Holy Communion a.m.-Holy Communion Eucharist. Preacher: Rev. D. Hoskin Senior Choir (Nersery Provided) MIDWEEK SERVICES Thursday, October 25th, a.m. Holy Communion ST. MARY THE VIRGIN Corner 12th St. C and 6th Ave. N. Rector The Reverend Canon Robert W Cowan BA Lth 18th AFTER TRINITY 7-30 a.m School in Parish Hall 11-00 Eucharist p MIDWEEK SERVICES Tuesday: p.m.-Eucharist Thursday: a.m. Eucharist Saturday: p.m. Preperation for Communion THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION Oh PRESBYTERIAN, 'METHODIST AND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES Moderator- RIGHT REV. N. BRUCE McLEOD, Toronto President of Conference. Rev. A. Chairman of Presbytery: Rev. T. Medicine Hat SOUTHMINSTER 4th Ave. and 11th St. S. Ministers REV KENNETH MORRIS REV WILLIAM CALDERWOOD DIRECTOR OF MUSIC-Mr Wilfred Woolhouse ORGANIST EMERITUS-Mr A K Rutland Service SPECIAL MUSIC BY SENIOR CHOIR WITH: Mary Thomson Michael Kaufman Arthur Hunt Serman: "COMMITMENT AND AT. King Sunday School Service Available EVENING p.m. Buchanan Chapel Discussion p.m. Next ANNIVERSARY Dr. Nelson Mercer McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Serving Southeast Lethbridge Irom 15th and 24th Si S. MINISTER REV. BLAKE ANDERSON Choir Direc-tor: Mr. H. Van Egieren Organist: MRS. C. GREENE Sunday October 21 9 30 a m of the Bible with Doug Walker Service Sermon Title-'TOO MUCH CARING" Guest Speaker: Rev. O.K. Walker CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 9 30 a.m.-Junior Department (Grades and 6) Intermediate Department 11 00 a m -Kindergarten (ages 3. 4 ana s years; Primary Department (Grades 1. 2 and 3) Nursery for tiny tots is available at the service FIRST UNITED CHURCH Corner of Sth Avenue and 13th Street North MINISTER REV KEN JORDAN B A BD Director ol Music MRS DOROTHY CLOCK ATCH. RMT Sunday, October 21 a.m. Adult Study Group Worship Mr. W. R. Jackson preaching Royal Canadian Army Cadet Parade a.m. Sunday School (All Classes) Nursery Provided for Babies and Tiny Tots MIDWEEK GROUPS at p.m. at p.m. at p.m. at p.m. at October SUPPER p.m. CHINOOK CO-OPERATIVE PARISH REV ALBERT BALDEO COALDALE REV JAMES RUXTON CARDSTON W CALDERWOOD BARONS-NOBLEFORD-SOUTHMINSTER MORNING WORSHIP AT: BARONS a.m. RAYMOND a.m. DOALDALE a.m. NOBLEFORD a.m PICTURE BUTTE a.m. IRON SPRINGS a.m. CARDSTON a.m. MAGRATH a.m. aaiuraay, so. LETHBHIDGE Building for the kingdom James Penton a member of the Gait Park congregation escorts visitor Mervin Bingham from the Cutbank, Montana congregation on an inspec- tion tour of the Lethbridge building site. Working on a new south side meeting place for Jehovah's Witnesses are volunteers Peter Dyck and Richard Russell (extreme Kingdom Hall project shows Jehovah's fitness By NOEL BUCHANAN Herald Staff Writer A Lethbridge building project demonstrates Jehovah's fitness in a world plagued by famine, crime, pollution and war. claims a Kingdom Hall spokesman. Membership is growing quickly, and a third congrega- tion will likely start soon said Peter Rose. Bible-study ser- vant for the Gall "Park. Kingdom Hall congregation this week. "We have 98 messengers, full members, and up to 150 persons attending regular meetings." Mr. Rose said. Comparative figures are reported by the Westminster congregation which currently shares the same meeting place. 125 13th Street N. Financed by members of the Gait Park congregation which serves members living in south Lethbridge. the se- cond hall will be built at 2822 2nd Ave. S. The pie-shaped structure will have a floor space of square feet. Other than for some skilled trade work, the hall is being erected by volunteer labor from the congregation. Mr. Rose said. "Our brothers and sisters are building the hall." he said. "An Edmonton brother who is an architect prepared the Norbridge welcomes missionary A missionary teacher from South America will speak Sun- day at 11 a.m. in Norbridge Community Church. An education graduate from University of Oregon. Phyllis Brown of Portland, has taught school in Ecuador and Colum- bia as a representative of the Oriental Missionary Society International. The society Miss Brown represents is an interdenominational faith mission specializing in train- ing national church leaders, literature distribution and the establishment of indigenous churches. Norbridge pastor. Rev. Donald Sipe extends a public invitation to this meeting. plans. Another brother, an engineer, assisted. Our sisters prepare a meal each day for laborers working at the site. All our membership have secular jobs to fulfill as well. It is a busy time." Although Witnesses are currently disseminating a "last days" message concern- ing 1975. they see no conflict between a building project and Bible prophecy. "We'll go right on building the kingdom until Jehovah shuts the door." Mr. Rose said. "Even if we moved into the building only one or two days before the end of man's system, it would be worth it. The building itself is a testimony in a time when other churches struggle to find ministers and keep their big buildings open." Mr. Rose pointed to a Bible passage. Revelation 17, saying Witnesses believe there was a battle in heaven during earth time 1914. "The devil and his spirits were hoisted out of heaven and now are ventine their wrath in man's system because they know their time is Mr. Rose said. He went on to note how secular historians have observed 1914 seems to be a turning point in history. "Until that time a gun drawn on a cart by horses was the most fearsome Mr. Rose said. "In the few years since then, we have quickly progressed through cars and planes to modern jet aircraft. There was never anything like the two world wars previously, and really wars haven't stopped since there is continuous fighting around the world. "Economists point to a collapse of the monetary system; famine has struck many parts of the world and even places that have food on store shelves are almost in a famine none of the ordinary people can afford to buy much meat." By checking Bible chronology. Witnesses have established 1975 as "the end of man's system" Mr. Rose said. "Now. people have a chance to hear, to check and cross- check their Bible, to make some choices." Mr. Rose said. "We expect persecution will come soon. Witnesses have already experienced some during the two world wars, and recently in Africa. Governments have already tried to have us banned. At some point, the kingdoms of the world will all suddenly turn against Jehovah's people, who will be tested to the hilt. At the very last minute Jehovah will step in. and the nations will know then who they are fighting." Mr. Rose said Witnesses do not necessarily believe their Kingdom Hall will be destroyed at the battle of Ar- mageddon. "Even if it is. it will have achieved its purpose. Jesus is now ruling in heaven. One day he will return to rule and restore the earth to its original paradise during a thousand year reign." Christian school fervor worries Jewish parents LAKEVIEW MENNONITE BRETHERN CHURCH 15 Ave. A 29 St. So. Phone 327-5854 PASTOR REV. HENRY UNRAU Phone 329-3542 THE LORD IS LOVED AND PEOPLE ARE APPRECIATED' a.m. Sunday School LITTLE MOMENT" UNLIMITED" Final session of music workshop with John Pauls WEDNESDAY p.m girls and boys Brigade YOUNG PhOPLE BIBLE p.m. BIBLE STUDY and PRAYER MEETING-Wednesday New York Times Service GREENSBORO. N.C. A student rises from his seat at the school assembly and begins a cheer: "Give me a J." "Give me an E." "Give me an S." "Give me a U." "Give me another S." "What have you What you've also got. ac- cording to rabbis here, is a problem for Jewish problem the National Conference of Christians and Jews placed before a meeting of principals and administrators of the Greensboro school system recently. "Aggressive Christian proselytizing, especially among school-age children in a public school setting, is producing a degree of emotional distress among children of the Jewish faith, and shows some evidence of fostering divisiveness between Christians and said part of a state- ment drawn up by an interdenominational com- mittee of Greensboro clergymen. It was read to the gathering of school officials by Ronald Cruickshank, a local represen- ta tive of the national conference. The statement and the conference's involvement in the matter reflect a growing concern of Greensboro's THEOPHILUS- Presented by The Church Of Christ CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720 2111 Ave. S. Dnnnkl n Givens. Evangelist Sunday: uihlr Skidy 10 .1 in Worihip: 11 ,i m nnrt 6 p m Wed.: 7 30 p m For information and Home Study Phone: 328-0972 or VI.IIYONT W( I OOME Jewish community that Chris- tian efforts to convert non- believers have intensified in the public schools in the last year. As rabbis here explain it. the pressures on Jewish students have come both from peers and from a Christianity- oriented atmosphere that has entered into school activities such as assemblies. School policy in Greensboro is that no ac- tivities of a sectarian religious nature are allowed in the schools, but officials say that spontaneous happenings and peer group discussions are hard to control. And more religious literature is being handed out in school halls. Alarmed by the number of calls from Jewish parents whose children have become disturbed by religious issues, some rabbis are linking what they consider proselytizing to the evangelistic aspects of Key 73. defined as an ecumenical movement designed to strengthen Christianity. However. Rabbi Arnold Task of Temple Emanuel. contended that Key 73 was not the cause of the problem, and noted that the "Jesus cheer" being given at a high school assembly, where attendance was compulsory, occurred last year before Key 73 was initiated. "In all fairness, the connec- tion is incidental." task said in an interview. "The problems have gone on for a long tiVne. Apparently. Key 73 has given new impetus for in- dividuals who gel carried away by the spiritual He even spoke favorably of Key 73 in terms of strengthen- ing the church within the Christian community. He singled out a position taken by the western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church that specifically exempted Jews from Key 73 efforts. "But where the idea is to br- ing the message of Christiani- ty to every person and home on the continent. said Task. "There are those in- dividuals who take this to mean they have complete freedom and license to go to everyone, including our own kids." Other than having offered special observances in some churches, the Christian denominations in North Carolina do not appear to have adopted the comprehensive approach conceived for Key CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Corner Slh Ave. and 13th SI. S. SALVATION HEALING MIRACLES Pasto- REV T W ROYCROFT Morning Service Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church Invites you to listen to the Back to God Hour every Sunday night at p m. over CHEC Radio THE TROUBLE WITH BIBLE READING shows that there are certain conditions that must be met if the Bible is to be meaningful to you. Right at the point where that problem appears there is a great possibility too. 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 Church of the Nazarene 9th Ave. South 16th St. Lethbridge Rev. R.G. Deasley 327-4786 Pastor-Larry Spicer Phone 327-1156 9-45 School 11-00 a m WORSHIP SERVICE p.m.-EVENING EVANGELISTIC SERVICE MID-WEEK SERVICES Wednesday p.m. FRIDAY Services A Friendly Welcome Awaits You I EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH X 12th Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive PASTOR REV. M. J. JOST Phone 327-6113 x School x Service MIDDLE EAST IN BIBLE PROPHECY" Service DR. ROBERT THOMPSON former M.P. and Vice President of Trinity Western College. "A CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL" Church 1614 5th Avenue South Minister Rev G K ChurcMI BAM Div a.m. Sunday Church School am Style of the Christian Life: THE INNER LIFE OF DEVOTION" Dedication of Building Fund Campaign Canvassers Sunday Service "MEN IN MISSION: MISSION IN MEN" Preacher: Mr. Alan Masson Special music by men's choir under the direction of Mr. Wilf Woolhouse YOU ARE INVITED TO WORSHIP WITH US a.m BETHEL A P T I S T 71623rd ST. N. SUNDAY SCHOOL a m. p.m. WORSHIP SERVICES EVENING SERVICES (NURSERY FACILITIES FOR ALL SERVICES) LETHBRIDGE ALLIANCE 1202-3 Bo. CHURCH MINISTER: D. Qoldtmlth a.m. Family Sunday School p.m. CHINESE SERVICES of Love" 7 Night CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIS' EVERYONE DAY SAI Sunday Sacrament a.m. 8.00 a V30 a.m. 9 30 30 p m. 2 00 p m 28th St. and Scenic Dr a.m 8 00 a a.m. 9 30 p 30 p.m. 2'00 p m 2223 6th Ave. -A' N. a m 9.00 30 p.m. 10-30 a p.m 00 p m 2808 28th St. S. 30 ,1 1 30 ii.m. ;