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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 16, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, January 18,1986Religious Focus HersM-Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas Pao«5 Briefly Regional hearing today in Austin The last in a series of United Methodist sponsored regional hearings on the rural crisis will be today and Saturday at Emmanuel United Methodist Church in Austin. The Agricultural-Rural Life Crisis Hearing, sponsored by the United Methodist boards of church and society and global ministries will focus on key issues affecting rural communities in the South Central region: farm foreclosures, future of the small farm family, impact on rural communities, environmental degradation and the role of the church in the crisis. Commissioner Jim Hightower of the Texas Department of Agriculture will be the keynote speaker. A highlight will be the opportunity for farmers and farmworkers to give testimony on how their lives and communities have been affected. San Antonio church to present program Christian speaker and author Florence Littauer will discuss “Maturity is more than just Wrinkles” Jan. 27 at Coker United Methodist Church in San Antonio. The program is sponsored by Coker United Methodist Womne’s Annual Gathering of Women and will begin at 7 p.m. with check in at 6:15 p.m. in the church sanctuary at 231 E. North Loop Road. Tickets are S8. Registrations will be accepted on a space-available basis. For more information, call Jo Ann Gadberry at 1-497-3268 or Kelly Griffin at 1-494-9833 iv-” VV- »Vr t'.Y- tV'r We. VV-’- IVr ,,Y- Worship at the church of your choice South Texas priest keeps forgotten vow Local. AeesmMea Dc Dios (Spanish Assembly of God). 255 W Com met ce St Sunday school 5 30 pm evangelistic* service 6 30 pm Saturday 6 30 p rn Bible Baptist Church 1235 Ervenberg Awe Sunday school IO a rn worship 11 * m and 7 p m , Wednesday service 7 30 p rn Calvary Baptist Church 566 Highway 81 W Sunday school 10am. worship 11 a rn and 6 p rn , Wednesday service 7pm Church of Christ. 1665 Highway 81 W Bible classes for al! 9 a rn . woiship 10 a rn evening worship and childrens Bible hour 6 pm Wednesday classes 7 p rn Nursery available Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. 2386 W San Antonio St Priesthood meeting 9 e rn . relief society 9 a rn young women 9 em . primary 9 am Sunday school 10 a rn . sacrament IO 50 a rn Cross Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) South Hickory and Cross Streets Sunday school and adult Bible 9 a rn worship 10 15 Bapatt Church. 963 Holly St Sunday school 9 45 a rn and worship 11 a rn and 6pm Wednesday prayer meeting 6pm I la mph) Viva Baptist Church Goner Hall. Santa Clare and Guenther Streets Sunday school 9 30 a rn . worship 10 45 a rn church training 6pm prayer meeting Wednesday * pm at 498 Ifcerty Faith United Church of Chria! 970 Loop 337 Church school 815 a rn . worship IO 30 a m F aflow* hip Bible Church Soims and Morningside Sunday school 9 45 a rn worship 11 a rn and 6pm Heat Assembly of God. 1687 Highway 81 Watt Sunday school 9 45 a rn worship IO 45 a .rn and 7pm Wednesday service 7pm First Baptist Church. 733 Cross St Sunday school 9 30 am , worship 10 45 am and 7 p m Wednesday dinner 5 30 p m Bible study and prayer service 6 15pm First Church of Christ Sc tent lot 137 E Milt St Sunday service 1030 a rn Sunday school 10 30 am Wednesday service 7 30 pm Child care available First Church of the Neurone. 1465 In testate 35 Last Sunday school 945 am. worship 10 50 a rn and 6pm First Presbyterian Church 272 S Krueger Sunday school 9 45 am fellowship 10 30 a rn worship 11 a rn and 7pm First Protestant United Church of Chria! Seguin and Coil Streets Worship 8 end 10 30 a rn church school 9 a rn First United Methodist Church 572 W San Antonio Sunday morning worship 8 30 *r m church sc hool 9 30 a rn morning worship IO 50 a rn youth activities 6pm Freedom Fellow ship Church 330 Hack beny Christian growth class 8 30 a rn teaching 10 am worship 11 a m Wednesday meeting 7pm i United Pentecost Church    IU P C I 104 Melody%Lane Sunday school IO em, evangelistic service 7pm Bible study 7 30 pm Thursday Harmony Baptiat Church. 1472 Tenas 46g S Sunday School 9 45 a rn worship 11am, and 7pm training union 6 a rn Wednesday ^ prayer meeting 7pm Holy Family Cathode Church 245 S Hidalgo Saturday Mass 5pm Sunday Maaa 8am iSpamshi IO a rn Iglesia Bethel Penteceaie. 36 N Grape St Saturday Sunday and Wednesday 7 X p rn Sunday school IO end 11 X a rn worship 11 X a rn end noon Monday preyer mooring 7 X p rn tab—He Baptiat Mission LM 725 Sunday school 945 a m , worship ll a m and 7 p m . Wednesday Bible study and preyer meeting 7 p rn Live Oak Baptiat. 335 Washington Sunday school 9 45 a rn . worship 11 a rn Living Word Church. 1254 Highway 81 E Sunday worship 10 a rn and 7pm; Wed ne aday service 7pm Mission Pentecost# Church 129 School St Servic es Tuesday Thursday. Saturday and Sunday 7 X o m Mission Valley Bible Church T Bar M Conference Center I eras 46 Worship 9 30 am Sunday Scott J T^magei pastor teacher Nave Br aunt eta Christian Church Loop 337 Sunday school 9 X a rn wo* ship 11) 30 an and 6 pit. luivoi chuich IO X a rn Nave Braunfels Foursquare Gospel Church On** fourth rAil* bom Interstate 35 on LM J06 Sunda* school IO am worship ll a" Wednesday worship 7 p rn Nave Braunfels Presbyterian Church 373 Howard Cburch v hoot 9 X a m worship ll reefy a rn Nuts provided Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church 138W Austin Masses 5 30 p rn Saturday and 8 and 11 a rn Sunday Feat Mexican Baptist ?O80 W San Antonio St Sunday school 9 41 im worship 10 50 a m and 6 pm Wedn* o«jy prayer service 7 pm Reorganiied Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Oay Saints Lame' Plaza meeting room 300 I aute! tar*- Church si n .    9 45 a rn worship 11 a it Second Baptist Church 743 Mernweath«r Su' day school 9 46 a rn wo'shg 11 r» md 7 p rn ct urcV. training 6 p n Wednesday seiytce 7 X p rn St Joseph a Angflcen Church Amadan Episcopal Church) 446 N Seguin Worship service 10am. 1928 P'ave' Boo* St Johns Epncopei Church 31* S Guenther Holy Luc'jns* Bac* C*'nst .ai education 9 30 a m -Sa iv L UCI ans! IO X a n 'Tree of Life Fellowship t25 S 81 W Sunday serve es ai 8 X and IO 3C a m and at p m Wednesday services at 7 pm Nave Braunfels Seventh Day Adventist Church 2990 W Sen Antonio St Sabbath School at 10 40 a rn Satuida* Worst p att 9 X a m (saturday Northside Church of Christ 11X FM 306 • Sunday Bible classes 9 X a rn worship IO X a rn and 6pm Wednesday B'ble classes 7 p m Oakwood Bapt*! Church 2'S4 Loop 337 North Bible study 9X am worship 10 45 em end ’pm Wednesday piavet ser. ee 7 p rn St Paul Lutheran Church C am Sh*-* IS Worst'd serve o1 r NB T Pad if. FM 92* and '5 a i- 1 Sa' ’a tv '.is least rn Sunday See bater and Paul Catholic Church 386 % Casten Saturday Meas 7pm Sunday Masses | 8 X LO end 11 15 a m Ne eve1 mg Vass through Friday GREGORY, Texas (AP) - Francisco Moreno died in 1985, but his vow made a quarter-century ago to maintain the Mexican-American side of the Gregory cemetery is being kept by his fellow parishioners. The cemetery was divided along ethnic lines as a result of segregation dating back to the early 1900s and lasting up to the early 1950s. said David Krebs Sr., president of the Gregory-Portland Cemetery Association, which owns the cemetery. Moreno kept the grounds, without pay. on the Mexican-American side of the cemetery for about 23 years until he got too sick to continue in 1984. Krebs said. “He made some kind of vow Krebs said, “And he carried it out.” Moreno died Oct.2. 1985, said the Rev Michael Heras. pastor of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, of which Moreno was a member. Moreno, in a newspaper interview in 1981, said he had made his pledge in October 1961, when he retired as a worker from one of the area ranches, After his retirement, he had the time to care for the grounds in the Mexican-American section of the cemetery which was not being cared for. while the Anglo side was being kept by a paid caretaker, he said in the interview After Moreno died the Mexican-American side was virtually abandoned. Heras said Heras said when he arrived at the parish in January 1986. he found the Mexican-American side of the cemetery uncared for, with tall weeds, trash and debris, while the Anglo side was well kept, he said. “I wouldn’t say I was shocked,” the priest said. “I was hurt. I was hurt for my people. I was hurt because it looked horrible.” Heras helped organize a group of his parishioners this summer to maintain the Mexican-American side of the cemetery The group named itself San Francisco de Asisi. Guadalupe Bazan. a leader of the San Francisco de Asisi, said the group also plans to honor Moreno’s memory “He is the one that really started everything,” Bazan said. “After he died, something had to be done to continue. And we chose to do so,” he said. Krebs said the Anglo side of the cemetery has been maintained ever since the association was established in the early 1900s The money for upkeep is raised from dues paid by association members, plot sales and donations, he said. Today, although anyone may be buried on either side of the cemetery, membership in the association is only available to those owning property on the Anglo side. Krebs said. The association stopped the practice of segregation, when a Mexican-American, who was killed in the Korean War. was buried on the Anglo side. Krebs said The association is made up of about IOO members. 25 to 30 of whom are Mexican-American, Krebs said Area Church leads in Baptisms Bracken United Methodist Church LM 2252 Sunday school 9 X * rn chunh service IO 45 e rn Bulverde Bagnet Church P O Bos 43 I Sunder school 9 30 a rn worship 10 45 a m end 7pm Chnttien naming 6pm, Wed needer service 7pm Bulverde United Methodist Church U S 281 North and Cibolo Creek Sunday school 9 X a m chuich set vice IO 45 a m Canyon Lake United Methodist Church Flmistone Drive Canyon Lake- Mobile Home Estates Sunday school 9 15 am wofStup 10 X a m Chapel m the Cove linienienom mal moan C ypiess Gov# Out) House Wee ship 9 a rn Church of C hr tat LM 3159 and FM 2673 g.ftiy class IO a m Sunday woiship 11 a rn end 6pm Wednesday seivice 7pm * y av J t** - Church in the VaXey unte'denommetioneii Deep Acres Canyon City Church school 9 am worship 10 15 a m Bible study 7 p rn Church in the Wildwood ‘Assembly of God) FM 2673 Th# Oaks Sunday school 10 am worship IO 50 a m and 6 X p m Cranes Mill Baptist Church FM 2673 at Stertiyiiie Sunday Bible study 9 X am worship IO 46 a m and 6 X p m Wednesday Bible study and pray#' 7 X pm Nursery provided Fneden a United Church ol Christ Geronimo Chuich sc hon1 9 am, wu'ship seivice IO 16 a rn First Baptist Church ol Canyon Lake. in Hut se shoe lads Estates Sunday school 9 X a rn woiship 10 40 a rn and 6 ,» rn Noise)y provided Gethsemene Baptist Church Start/vide Community Center Sunday school IO am worship ll a m worship 7pm and 7 p n- Wednesday Rock HIM Gospel Faith Center 502 Internal? 35 south of New Braunfels behind the 'es' area Sunday tchord IO a rn worship 8 and 11 a rn and 7 X p m Tuesday B"e i ol'ege 7 30 pm Thuisday ladies meeting 9X am end young rn misters 7 X P m Southlake Bepeet Church iSBQ FM 3159 at Stjrt/viHe Sunday Bible study 9 45 a” worship ll ani „«<j CX p'* Wednesday pray?" meelinq and Bible study 7 X P Nursery po sided St Andrew Lutheran Church AiC IV 2673 east ut Start/vile Sunday sc boo( 3 a ’ worship IO 15 a rn communion last Sui lay St Francis By the Lake Episcopal Church 14 miles west ut Inteistate 35 on IV 306 Services IO am Sunday noon Wet' esday Rev Katherine G Riggs vicar St John e Mission Church Our Lady of Perpetual Help mission, Hunter Sunda, Mas* 9 X a rr St Paul lutheran Church FM '863 a' J S 281 S ut day school 9 a rn woiship IO IS a f* St Paul United Church of Christ S Main and FM 78 C'boif Chuter s» ' ' rn I WOlShip a* IO a rr St Thomas Chapel Rom ar Catholic C»' yor . an hip ie Sunday Ma>> 9 30 i t 1115a pie Sunday Mass Satu'Lay 6 Tnumphant Lutheran Church Hat rn Road at hoenthai Road Vi '•    [. 3 i" Sunday * ol to* al) ages ll' 16 a " Unity Church of San Antonio .3 Lawndale it Bi rad a a* Su day >e'. >• it a rn Sunday you# education 11 a rn Wednesday ass ; ■ D'a-a Player 824 6222 V • a % I    y    -    a,*!..    V    •    tv. V- " /»' til • - t • gal * •> - SAN ANTONIO <AP> - First Baptist Church of San Antonio is leading all Southern Baptist congregations in the number of baptisms, officials said The church baptized 1.182 people between Oct I. 1985, and Sept 30. 1988 Southern Baptist Convention researchers in Nashville. Tenn , said that the number is the largest total recorded so far ‘There is a very strong chance San Antonio First will lead the convention in baptisms.” a convention official said San Antonio’s First Baptiat Church is the largest Southern Baptist church in the ares with 13.000 members, officials said. The Southern Baptist Convention is the nation s largest Protestant denomination with more than 14 million members IWP hi id tin MX Associator for Retarded Citizens State Farm Insurance Companies Dick Koegie, CLU 822 NI. Walnut 625-6081 ANITA’S * CatariBQ Service "GAU-FOR YOUR FOOO SERVICE NEE06" ♦IMW 204 W. San Antonio 625-3241 cUift De Ufuson So* • • O. OSM • (irvi , v 'n • 699 W. 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