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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDOI HERMD Oitober 1971 articulate laymen giving church leadershi By POLING I to note the rise of key k S the national dcnomina1 It that while the clergy leadership is giving its energy lions go through a time of financial squeeze and drastic it is interesting to mergers and the laity is discovered in heavy Lakeview Mennonite Brethren Church 150929lh Street Coordinator 3453335 School Service BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS 633 7th South of Bread School ONLY WAY OF MANS SALVATION Blacker Class A Hearty Welcome Awaits You Herel THE SALVATION ARMY Corps Officer AND COBB 1302 4th Avenue School Service Service A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church Invites you to listen to the Back to God Hour Radio broad heard every Sunday at over CHEC Hear the dynamic radio minister Joel Nederhood as he deals with todays problems in the light of the authoritative He addresses you Local services every Sunday at 10 and 7 The church is located at 1807 2nd A North YOU ARE INVITED Church of the Nazarene 9th and 16th Phone 3278827 Minister 3274786 SUNDAY SERVICES Service Service Mid Week Services As Usual speaking assignments and new publishing Take LTio Episcopal It has suffered all sorts of cala mities and misfort u n e A year ago it announced such a severe decline in contributions lhat it would cut its New York iieadquarters staff in Oth er rumors like the sale of the building facing the United Nations and even mov ing major boards ard agencies a Internal struggles followed the advent of social and politi cal moves that hit various con Some look back and blame the late Bishop Others note that the national bond for Episcopalians was never that strong or power belonging not to the peo but to their regional bish within this aa of un easiness and the writ ing and speaking of certain key laymen has Keith out of is probably the most widely read of the new His Taste of New Wine must be in every church library in His skill is in reaching other lay men with personal accounts ol a struggle for a more meaning ful spiritual Formerly a he is in great de mand as a conference speaker and retreat William Stringfellow has written a half dozen books on the social and religious uphea val that has hit modern Has Dissenter in a Great So published more than five years called almost every turn black white con tire Vietnam folly and the urban A con fidant of Bishop Pike and re gent for the Berrigan brothers he is constantly sought by col lege and university Thoughtful and Louis dean of reli gious writers in is a I journalist for United Press In an active Episco palian and author of The Real A Friendly Welcome Awaits You CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720 21st SUNDAY Study Service WEDNESDAY Study NORMAN EVANGELIST Phone 3285781 Baptist Church 716 23rd Street North PASTOR Worship Worship ty of Cassels is a spe cialist in the how to discover a more meaningful faith cato jory an area often neglected iy clergy but frequently sought by the man in the Cassels makes a lot of sense when pursuing religious He admits to a great deal of agnosticism and skep icism in his own His writ jigs are almost an autobio graphical search for a mean ngful belief in After read ing The Reality of God Dou one is helped to strike out on a new dimension of no mean feat in this unbelieving Cassels says I will try to convince you of three hings which I deeply believe be true 1 Disbelief is widespread not because the evidence or God has been weighed and Found but rather be cause all of us have been con ditioned by contemporary cul ture to reject uncritically the whole idea of a reality trans cending the natural world of physical objects and 2 When examined with an open the evidence for the reality of God is very strong Although neither science nor philosophy can prove the existence of both offer cogent rational argu ments for accepting theism as a plausable 3 The reality of God can be tested and verified by direct personal We do not have to remain hung up for ever in speculations about Anyone who really wants to do so can know God In the critical areas of social action and spiritual re laymen are giving lead ership to the Christian church For those who have read and studied the New this should not come as a but rather as a confirmation of what Chris tianity is all Newspaper Enterprise NORBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH 1402 8 THa Evangelical Church In Canada HEEBNER PAHL School Service 700 p Fellowship REV T E OUR CONFERENCE WILL BE THE GUEST SPEAKER AT BOTH BRING MEANING AND SATISFACTION INTO YOUR LIFE BY ATTENDING CHURCH THIS Everybody Welcome Andrews Canadians Bahai members TORONTO CP There are in Canada about mem bers of the Bahai a re ligion that stresses idealism and common There are many millions of Bahais throughout the but its growing so fast we cant keep says Laura secretary of Tor ontos 200 member commu CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 1203 4 SUNDAY The TRUTH That HEALS School Service PROBATION AFTER DEATH WEDNESDAY Meeting READING ROOM Noon Open 1202 3rd Avenue DANIEL GOLDSMITH Minister FAMILY SUNDAY SCHOOL MORNING SERVICE EVENING SERVICE DIALATHOT 3274581 The religion was founded in 1863 when the son of an official on the government I of declared he was the new messenger from God pro mised by a prophet a few years The teachings of Bahaulluh all religions are that wisdom is revealed by found ers of previous in cluding Moham Krishna and the Buddha contained in more than 100 volumes translated from Several Moslem countries persecute viewing the religion as a heretical branch of Members are still sub ject to the death penalty in In chairmen and sec retaries of local Bahai groups are recognized as with the right to perform mar Gift for Thant UNITED NATIONS CP U who will leave his post as UN secretarygeneral at the end of this has received a going away It was a silver box for cigars and on it was a scroll reading U may you enjoy long life and great The scroll was signed by all the heads of the specialized agencies affili ated with the United MISSIONARY EVANGELISTIC CONVENTION NORBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH OCTOBER 2731 NIGHTLY FEATURING GUEST SPEAKER CHARLES LAKE Director of Department of Youth in the Oriental Misiionary Society HEEBNER Director of Home Ministries COLES Missionory to India for 12 years Regional Director of Western Canada COME AND HEAR THE CHALLENGE OF MISSIONS TODAY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818 5th Avenue South MIN1STERTHE REVEREND VANDERKOOY BROTHERS KEEPER LAST OPPORTUNITY TO SPEAK Church School All Classes from nursery to adult at Nursery and Kindergarten during church hour FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1614 5th Avenue South Organist LUCIEN NEEDHAM School for all YOU BUT KNEW THE GIFT OF GOD another in the series on John 700 STUDY IN CONTRASTS continuing the series on I Samuel Wednesday MidWeek Prayer Service EVERYONE WELCOME EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 12th and Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 3276111 Pastor JOST 10 THE CHRISTIAN EDUCATION HOUR 11 a Worship Service THE CHRISTIAN HOME Sunday Evening Service The Love of Calvin Hanson will be in Lethbridge for the 10th Anniversary Banquet 2 th at Sven Ericksons A CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE REV PASTOR 7th South RUDY Youth Minister Home of the Sunshine Evangel Hour Listen every Sunday CJOC 1220 Sunday School With Classes for all ages Morning Worship Service 700 Service of Evangelism Gordon Missionary Representative for our Missions in the Western Provinces will Speak at both Wed p Prayer and Bible Study in the home of Esther 5307th Friday Our Christ Ambassadors Youth will meet at the Coalhurst School Gym for social Prayer for the sick upon A HEABTY INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO YOU AND A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA SAINT AUGUSTINES Rector Associate Organist and Choir Director Edward Greenwood Communion Said Communion Said Senior Choir All departments of Church School Nursery Provided MIDWEEK SERVICES October Holy Communion MARY THE VIRGIN RECTOR The Reverend Canon Robert TWENTIETH AFTER TRINITY Eucharist School Eucharist King Alfred Eucharist Simon and Jude for Parish Communion CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE SALVATION HEALING MIRACLES Pallor Roycroft Corner 5th and 13th Servict Servict Bible Baptist Church CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE AilPurpose Room 420 11 South Sunday Morning Evening EVERYONE WELCOME An Independent Pro Millennial SoulWinning Now Testament Baptist Church Pastor PHONE 3280178 Lutheran Churches CHRIST TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 416 12th Street South 3270709 PASTOR HAROLD MARTIN School Service IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Corner 6th Avenue and 18lh Street Minister SchoeppPhone 3274336 3286987 School and Bible Class Worship Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd ELCC llth Avenue and 24th Street South PASTOR ALBERT OLSON School Service Communion First Sunday of Each Month listen to the lulheron HourSundoy CFAC Colgery CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 425 llth Street South Minister CHAPMAN Organist MAI5EY YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO 7 NIGHTS OF SONG AND STUDY OCTOBER 24th31st nightly except Saturday SPECIAL SERVICES with EDWARD BENOIT Christian Minister and MLA for High River Theme The New Look from the Book of Ephesians New Saints in Lethbridge Everything New 25 New Life for the Dead 26 New Riches for the Living 27 A New Church in Lethbridge 28 The New Look for You 29 The New Bride The New Family The New Finale Love and Peace Sunday Services at and THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION OF WETHODIST AND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES A Toronto SOUTHMINSTER 4th and llth MINISTERS ELLIOTT Musical Director Woolhouse Organist Putland OCTOBER 1971 UNITED NATIONS SUNDAY HE WATCHING OVER Mendelssohn JESUS NAME OF WONDEROUS Titcomb SCHOOL IN ALL DEPARTMENTS Nursery Services Available McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Serving Southeast Lethbridgo from 15lh and 24th Choir Director Van Eateren Organist GREENE OCTOBER 1971 1100 BANFF ALIVE Guest Gray CHRISTIAN EDUCATION and Intermediate 8 to 14 and Primary to 7 FIRST UNITED CHURCH Corner of 5th and 13th North Ted ESKDALE Director of DOROTHY CLOCK RMT OCTOBER 1971 DIVINE WORSIIIPat Guest Ralph Tonnnnt of Lelhbriclgc All Sunday School sessions will be held at EVERY NURSERY FACILITIES AVAILABLE A CITY WITH A RURAL WELCOME ;