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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, 26, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Service Evening Service THE SALVATION ARMY 1302 4th Avenue South MAJORS: THELMA M. CORNEV. JOAN M. PIEPOE School a.m. Studies in the Book of Hebrews Major Thelma Corney p.m. Western Round-up Rally 7.00 "God Loves People" featuring Christian Cowboy, Redd Harper The BAND CONCERT NOVEMBER 2 New Experience Singers and Qlenmore Youth Band from Calgary. Advance tickets at the Citadel. Chinch Minister: REV. G. KEITH CHURCHILL, B.A., M.OIv. Organist: MRS. HILDA MRS. MAIOA MACK 9 45 a m Church School HAS ITS PROOF" 7 00 p Study Together at the Church YOU ARE INVITED TO WORSHIP WITH US" rose titii et muniI LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE PASTOR M. L. ISRAELSON 520-7th Street South Home of the Sunshine Evangel Hour Listen every Sunday p.m. CJOC 1220 K.C. 9-45 School (Classes for all ages) Bus Transportation for Children Phone 328-7461 Worship Message from the Pastor p m Service Sunday Morning, Sept. 29th, from a.m. to 11 30 a m WATCH the first TELECAST of "THE NEW LIFE" on C.F.C.N., Channel 13. Featuring: THE FARR FAMILY GARY LINDBERG TV CHOIR Hearty invitation is 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 N BRUCE McLEOD, Toronto President of Conference: Dr. Nelson R. Mercer Chairman of Presbytery: Rev. T. Medicine Hat 1 SOUTHMINSTER 4th Ave. and 11th Street South Ministers: REV. KENNETH W. MORRIS, B.Sc., B.O. REV. WILLIAM CALDERWOOD, M.A. Director ol Music: MR. WILFRED WOOLHOUSE Organist Emeritus: MR. A. K. PUTLAND SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 Worship Installation of Christian Education leaders and teachers Sermon: "ON LEADING YOUR SIGNATURE" Rev Kenneth Morris Solo: Franz Soloist Mrs Mary Thomson Anthem. "Jesus, Word of God Incarnate" Edward Elgar Church School in all Departments at a.m. Nursery available. a! 6 15 p m C G I T at 7 00 p m al 7 00 p m as 4 15 p m at 6 30 p.m at 7 00 p.m McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Serving Southent LethbrMge from 15th An. end 24th St S. BLAKE ANDERSON Choir Director: Mr. H. Van Egteren Orgeniet Mn. C. Greene SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 IN POWER" CHRISTIAN EDUCATION Intermediate Depts. (9-14 years) 11.00 Primary Depts. (3-8 years) 1 FIRST UNITED CHURCH Comer of Sth Avenue end 13th Street Norm Mtnttter REV. KEN JORDAN. 8JL, B.O. Mr Altyn Milts Cnoir Mrs Barbara SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 a.m Worship Sermon: "WHY NOT LIVE A LITTLE" Sunday School (Ail Departments) Nursery provided MIDWEEK 6ROUPS Messengers. Monday at p.m. Cubs: Monday at 6.30 p.m. C G.I.T.- Tuesday at p.m. Intermediate Choir: Tuesday at p.m. Explorers: Wednesday at p.m. Junior Choir: Thursday al p.m. 1 JAPANESE UNITED CHURCH Corow cff 9fh Aw. ft Wh StrMt Noilh MMMer: HEV. BEN MUMATA, B.O. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 9-30 a Japanese Worshio Service 11-00 am Worship Service and English Sunday School p Taber Congregation Japanese Worship Service From small beginnings HALIFAX (CP) The art of transforming a block of wood into a magnificently-de- signed plaque requires talent, patience and for Rev Barry Wheaton, about pounds of wood. Father Wheaton, an instruc- tor in religious studies at Mount Saint Vincent Univer- sity and the Atlantic School of Theology, took up carving about three years ago with the intention of making small pieces However, he now is working on a massive oak carving for a Quebec church. "I suppose I have made about a dozen carvings in my short career but I have never before attempted anything quite this said the Ro- man Catholic priest. The carving, picturing Christ on the Cross with men looking up beyond the crucifix to the sky. is based on a quo- tation from the Bible, Chapter of Revelations: "I saw a new heaven and a new earth Demonstrating some goug- ing techniques he is using on the plaque, Father Wheaton said, "The idea is completely original. Original "That is the beauty of work- ing toward success in something, to have the origi- nality so one doesn't have to copy the ideas of others The plaque is being carved out of oak pieces which have been glued together to allow the finished product to be 13 feet by 5Vz feet, with a depth of about three inches. Father Wheaton's idea for the carving was first por- trayed in a smaller carving which he submitted to the Quebec church for approval Upon hearing it would be accepted, he made arrange- ments to have the huge block prepared in Bridgewater, N.S.. and shipped to his Mount Saint Vincent workshop "Rather than sketch on the wood free-hand I made a slide of the original drawing large enough to be retraced on the wood After that was finished, I could begin carving with elec- trical and hand tools Father Wheaton said the finished carving will have no flat spots on it, since the wood must be carved to let the light give perspective to the figures "This is the technique of re- lief carving, to make shadows on the wood so that the fea- tures will stand out from the background." When completed, the plaque will be coated with sealer to bring out the natural color of the wood. By the time it leaves the workshop it will be ready to be hung. By that time it will weigh about 800 pounds, less than half of the weight of the origi- nal wood "It is a large product, but it is something I have a great interest in "I prefer to work on a large scale if only because of the detail that can be Oak. while not an easy wood to work with, will match the furnishings of the church in Quebec. Walnut and mahogany are the best woods, but are scarce in Nova Scotia The only other large carv- ing he has done is a crucifix which now hangs in the uni- versity's Evanstus Chapel, a modern piece of art which is also carved from oak. Future projects are smaller and include a lamp of walnut and driftwood and a coffee table with 18 carved faces covered by a sheet of glass. Christian spokesmen differ assessing faith, institutions LONDON (AP) The spiri- tual leaders of two great Christian churches appear of different minds over the future of their faith and their institutions. Pope Paul expressed anxie- ty at difficulties facing the Roman Catholic Church. The Archbishop of Can- terbury. Most Rev. Dr Michael Ramsey, spiritual leader of the Church of England, said there is a revival of religion in the Western world, and he urged Christians to meet it. The Pope expressed bis views in addressing his week- ly audience of pilgrims who gathered at his summer palace in Castel Gandolfo out- side Rome. Dr Ramsey's view came in a book published to mark the approaching end of his 13-year primacy. He retires in November. Pope Paul will be 77 this month and has been pontiff for 11 years. Dr. Ramsey will be 70 in November. Pope Paul, often has shown concern at declining church attendance, the decreasing number o5 priests, and issues of politics and morality contributing to unrest around the world Superficial Pope Paul said. "To one who looks at things super- ficially, it seems the Church is fated to die. to be replaced by an easier, experimental, rational and scientific concep- tion of the world, without dogmas, without hierarchies, without limits to the possible enjovmenl of life "Everything is in up- the pontiff added. Everything is in a phase of mutation For tins reason the Church is in difficulty. "Let us say it loud and clear Faith is the prime necessity for overcoming today's difficulties." Dr Ramsey was much more optimistic. He is the 100th archbishop of Canter- bury. While Rome' commands the spiritual allegiance of 659 million people around the world. Canterbury estimates its world-wide strength at 64 million. Dr Ramsey's book, Can- terbury Pilgrim, is a collec- tion of what he considers the most important speeches and articles of his primacy. In a preface and in an introduc- tion, he acknowledges the problems referred to by Pope Paul. "There has been the increase of violence, the polarizing of racial conflict, the confusion of morals, and the sharpened awareness of the contrast between the affluent and the hungry peoples." Dr Ramsey writes "In Christendom there has been the theological malaise associated with the phrase cf God.' the dec'.ine church ailcgidiue, the revivals of 4 ctai.imalic kind, the involvement the problems ol social revolution, and the growing feeling in the West for prayer and contemplation as essential to the life of man 11 seems that Chnstology is reluming to the centre of the scene of theological interest and the person of Jesus Christ is stirr- ing many people beyond as well as within the churches." Crisis Dr Ramsey says his main impressions of the 1960s and early 1970s "concern a crisis of faith, a renewal of religion, and a bic shift in the map of Christendom in the world. "The apathy about God and Christianity remains, morals are even more chaotic, and the world is even more cruel. Nor is the dislike of 'in- stitutions' any less. But among the faithful there is a lively faith, worship has a greater 'boldness of access.' and the loss of nerve seems to belong to yesterday. "The kind of audiences which a few years ago might have asked me to address them about race or social ac- tion nowadays often ask to be addressed about prayer... and 1 have noticed that the stream of desire for 'contemplation' and the stream of concern for social justice flow together. "The revival of religion in the West is a wide and very varied phenomenon, and it cannot be contained within, descriptions of 'the religious Amid the pressures and strains of life there is the long- ing of the self to realize itself m freedom from the domi- nance of time and environ- ment Dr. Ramsey suggests that the "many cults and some drugs" which offer a promise of this freedom are not short cuts In real freedom "the self finds the vigorous peace of moral energy." Report from Lausanne A report on the 10-day International Congress on World Evangelization, held during July in Lausanne. Switzerland, will be given in Lethbridge Oct. 6. Coaldale United Church minister Alberta Baldeo will address a public meeting at 7 p m in First Baptist Church. Mr. Baldeo attended the Lausanne sessions as a member of the Canadian contingent 1VCF camp scheduled An aduU couples camp for persons interested in the inter-Varsity Fe.N.-wship program has been for Oc< The weekend program costing SIS will b? held at Pioneer Lodge, Sundrc Further information available itvm Lethbndge IVCF leader, Larry Kirkpatnck, 328-9360 BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS Street South FIRST APPEARANCE AND ITS MEANING." Speaker: Mr. W. Rickford A HEARTY WELCOME AWAITS YOU BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH (North American Beptitt General Conference) Street North PMtor-REV. H. POSCHWATTA-Phone 324-2045 and English classes) 11 -00 Worship Service Program Lethbrldge Christian Reformed Church Invites You to listen to the Back to God Hour every Sunday night at 7 30 p m over CHEC Radio UNWANTED HELPERS is about those people who help parents raise their children these days, whether the parents want that help or not. Keep them out. Listen in this Sunday! The Christian Reformed Church is located at 1807-2nd Ave "A" North m the City Service? at 10 a m and 7pm You are invited cordially Rev. Barry Wheaton of Mount Saint Vincent up carving three years ago with the intention of making University shows off the massive oak carving he is small pieces. His large work will be 13 feet by feet working on for a Quebec church. Father Wheaton took when finished. University instructor shows skill carving wood block NEW HOPE CENTRE OF LETHBRIDGE 1505 6th Ave. South Come celebrate with SUNDAY the Good News Wednesday, Study Series on the Gifts of the Holy Spirit Continues. You are especially welcome! COME THOU WITH US AND HE WILL DO THEE GOOD LUTHERAN CHURCHES CHRIST TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 4l6-l2th Street 327-0709 HAROLD MARTIN School Service EVERYONE WELCOME! LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 11th Avenue and 24th Street South Gartke Phone 328-3445 Office; 328-1516 Home Church School Worship Service COME, BE ENRICHED AND BLESSED IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Corner Mb Avenue and 1 lth Street South Pastor PAUL KOESTER Office: 327-4336, Home: 327-3858 School and Bible Classes Service with Holy Communion Wed. Service Listen to the Lutheran Hour Sunday, a.m. CFAC Calgary I LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC CHURCHES WEEKEND MASSES ST. PATRICK'S CORNER 4th AVE. and 10th ST. S SATURDAY. p.m. (SUNDAY OBLIGATION) SUNDAY. 9 a.m.. a.m.. 12 noon ASSUMPTION 2405-12th AVE. S. SATURDAY. p.m. (SUNDAY OBLIGATION) SUNDAY. 8 am.. a m.. 11 a m p m Folk Mass 10 45 a m. In Pansh Hall ST. PETER ST. PAUL'S SITE) CORNER 7jh AVE and '12lh ST '8' NORTH SUNDAY am and 11 a m THIOPHILUS ITS NOT WHAT SO TEJRttBCt! iTfe WHY! YES- SQOETYMUSr 6CARTHE CHURCH OF CHRIST 3729 2let S. Donald R Owens Evangels) Stole Study W em 1i a m and 6 o m Wed- 7 30 c m For Phone: or us-ons WELCOME ;