New Castle News (Newspaper) - August 9, 1975, New Castle, Pennsylvania
New Wilmington missionary meet draws to close
Th<> 70th annual New Wilmington Missionary Conference, ended with a service of Consecration last night in Anderson Auditorium, Westminster College, with eight summer service scholarship winners who spent the summer in Kenya, speaking.
The 70th Birthday Party was held on Wednesday evening and Dr. Ed F airman, who has directed the annual conference for the past 18 years, was honored and presented with a gift of 11,000 for his service. Dr. F airman s service and work at this conference was limited because of his recent illness, although he opened the conference on Aug 1 at the evening service
Dr Will Orr, former president of Westminster College, was one of the weekend speakers along with Dr. Lowrey Anderson. Dr. Marian F airman presented Drama Night on Thursday. All week the
theme, If \ ou Love Me Keep My Commandments," was carried out in Bible and Mission Study classes held in the New Wilmington I nited Presbyterian Church Vesper services were held each evening m three different sites for different groups, adults, young adults, boys and girls, Evening services were held each evening at 7:30 p m in Anderson Auditorium,
Visiting pastor to give sermon on morality
Dr. J. Calvin Rose, pastor of the Miami Shores United Presbyterian Church, Miami, Fia will return fo the pulpit of Second United Presbyterian Church, Milton and Coun-tyline Streets, for the 11 a m service tomorrow Fie will speak on ‘The Price of Permissive Morality.** Dr. Rose who retained his home in this area on McGary Road, is vacationing. He left New Castle almost 20 years ago for his charge in Florida.
James Leckie, president of Youth Guidance of Pittsburgh and a six year executive director with Youth for Christ, will be the speaker for the 11 a m service tomorrow in First Baptist Church. Maitland Lane.
The Rev. David B Owen, pastor of First Pentecostal Church will attend Assembly of God national meetings, next week The General Presbytery of the church will meet Monday through Wednesday in Denver, Colo., and following that, the 36th General Council of the Assemblies of God, will meet in Denver Aug. 14 through Aug. 19. The Rev, John Kuert will attend the sessions also. Both ministers will be accompanied by their families to the meetings in Denver
Beginning Tuesday, with the opening of Lawrence County Fair, Faith Country Chapel will open the
Evangelism Outreach Ministry," at the Fairgrounds, Bob Brown is the Witnessing chairman and coordinator. The ministry will continue through Aug 16 Those participating in the Fair Ministry, have been attending classes m preparation at the church.
Senior Choir Day will be held tomorrow at St, Paul Baptist Church and a musical program has been slated for 3:30 p.m. at the church, 616 W. North St. The program will feature the Robinson Choir and the Stewart Family ot \ oungstown with the local Gospel Courriers, and other talent.
The attendants of the Clen-Moore United Presbyterian Church's Parking Lot Program, that offers recreation, crafts and a Bible Hour, for grades one through 6. will go to the Pittsburgh Zoo on Friday. Transportation will be provided by the church van and the cost per child will be 40 cents. Each child will bring his lunch.
The annual Triduum pilgrimage, in honor of the Assumption of Mary the Mother of God, at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Lebanon, 2759 N. Lipkey Road, North Jackson, Ohio, will begin on Wednesday with a Liturgy at 7 30 p.m. at the shrine. The annual pilgrimage will be a dual celebration this year, and will mark the 10th anniversary of the National Shrine.
Missionary doctor to tell of service
Missionary Sunday will be observed tomorrow in Faith Country Chapel Evangelical Methodist Church, RD 6, with Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Steury, a missionary doctor to Kenya with
Dr. Ernest Steury
the World Gospel Mission speaking at both the morning and evening services.
Dr. and Mrs. Steury were classmates at Asburv College and served in Kenya with Miss Eldama Kemper, a member of the church and Family Welfare Director of the City Rescue Mission of New Castle. Dr. Steury is a native of Indiana and graduate of Indiana University Medical School. He served his internship at Gorgas Hospital, Panama Canal Zone, specializing in tropical diseases. Mrs Steury
attended Pilgrim Bible School, graduated from Asbury College and did graduate work at Butler University in Indiana.
The Steurys have ministered at Tenwek Hospital in Kenya since 1959. Last year the inpatient load at the 100-bed facility was 5,000 people. Laboratory tests totaled 38,000 during the year and major and minor surgery and delivery of babies totaled over 1,400. In addition to his work at the hospital, Dr. Steury supervised World Gospel Mission dispensaries at Kaboson and Naikarra, with visits periodically to aid the missionary nurses. Mrs. Steury served as secretary for the station, director of Sunday Schools and bookkeeper for the hospital.
At 7:30 p.m. today, the Nurses Fellowship of the church will sponsor a meeting, and Dr. and Mrs. Steury will speak and show pictures for all those interested.
FLYING FATHER Rev. Lawrence Burns, a Catholic priest from Indianola, Iowa, wears a crash helmet, sunglasses and jump suit while at the ariborne controls of the hot air balloon he loves to fly. Competing in the National Hot Air Balloon Championships in Indianola, Father Burns regulates the flame keeping him airborne in the Iowa skies. — UPI Photo
Report from America
Flying Father' gets closer to God through ballooning
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INDIANOLA. Iowa (UPI "Flying Father" Lawrence Burns often exchanges his priestly robes for an aeronaut s crash helmet and jump suit, leaving behind the church pulpit for a breezy ride in his hot air balloon.
"I'm a priest first and a balloonist only as a hobby, but it’s a real spiritual experience. said Burns, who has been a Roman Catholic priest for 30 years. "Ballooning brings you closer to the handiwork of God. It is a beautiful sight, just beautiful,
“You're in harmony with of nature when you’re in balloon. It’s all there — beauty of the countryside great to see a deer or perhaps to spot a covey of quail fly out of a field. There’s no other way you can see nature with all its splendor the way you can in a balloon.*v
Burns, his hair graying at 53, is competing here in this week's sixth annual National Hot Balloon Championships. He and three other Indianola residents own a flashy red-white-and-blue balloon called the "Astra,”
His nickname, the "Flying Father," was given him by ballooning cohorts and dianola friends.
"That title is fine with me," said Burns, whose worn 1964 Chevy pickup truck sports haloed "Flying Father" signs brightly painted on each door. "They gave me that title out of respect for me."
A stocky, cigarette-smoking flier clad in a navy blue jump suit, Burns said he believes is the only Catholic priest United States who is a licensed balloon pilot. He said he became intrigued by ballooning only recently, receiving his pilot’s license in 1973.
T got interested in 1970 — I was on my way to say a Mass when I heard the roar of
burning propane propelling balloon." said Burns, who lives only about a half-mile from the balloon field "So I came over to the field and was assigned to a balloon chase crew I've been involved in it ever since."
He said he was taught the • ups and downs" of ballooning by two veteran aeronauts and has logged about 80 hours of flight time He said he hopes to finish well up in tins year's competition
One of the good father's balloon teammates, Gary Ruble, termed the ^priest an
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Learning Center seminar slated
In preparation for an October
International Center for Learning" seminar, a luncheon will be
Labor Day Mass to be celebrated at St. Vitus
St. Vitus Church of New Castle has been chosen as the site of the annual Labor Day Mass of the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh.
The Labor Day Mass will be offered at 11 a m. on Sept. 1 in St. Vitus Church, with Bishop Vincent M. Leonard, as the principal celebrant. Priests of Lawrence County will be invited to eoncelebrate with the Bishop.
The Mass will be open to local labor leaders and the public.
held at noon Wednesday in First Baptist Church, Maitland Lane, for all those interested in assisting with the coming seminar.
The luncheon is open to area pastors, Christian Education directors and Sunday School Superintendents interested in the Center for Learning, its aims and purposes, and for the promotion of the program in this area. Those intending to attend the luncheon are asked to call First Baptist Church office and make a reservation by Monday so that a definite number can be obtained.
The luncheon is being held to familiarize everyone with the program of the Christian Learning Center prior to the seminar, planned for Oct. 16,17, and 18, at First Baptist Church.
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9:45 A.M. — THE BIBLE STUDY HOUR
Your children should be learning the truths of God's Word. Bring them Sunday!
11:00 A.M. — THE WORSHIP SERVICE
testimony: Miss Rita Mount, Missionary Nurse The Sermon: "YOUR MONEY OR YOUR LIFE"
6:00 P.M. — THE YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
7:00 P.M. — THE GOSPEL SERVICE
A pictorial presentation: "NURSING FOR CHRIST IN KENYA'' — Miss Mount Serving with Independent Faith Mission
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NEW CASTLE NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9,1975
Ministerial Alliance slates areawide revival service
Dr. Joseph D. Clemmons of the Miracle Temple Church of God In Christ. Norwalk, Conn., will be the minister each night during the six-day Countywide Revival Services slated by the New Castle Ministerial Alliance beginning tomorrow at 7 p.m. and continuing each night in one of the six churches joining in the effort.
Tomorrow the service will be in Ebenezer Church of God in Christ, 1119 S. Jefferson St.‘ Monday in the House of Prayer, 703 Sampson St,; Tuesday in St. John United Holy Church, 1207
First Pentecostal Church planning groundbreaking
The groundbreaking ceremony, for the new First Pentecostal Church on Pulaski Road will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow at the new church site
Members of the congregation, officers, the Rev. David Owen, pastor, and the Rev. John Kuert, youth minister of First Pentecostal Church, will take part in the outdoor service on the west side of Pulaski road, approximately a mile north of Call s Plaza in Neshannock Township.
The new church is to be built at an estimated 1750,000 and the church has already raised $100.000 in the building fund. The present church building, more than 50 years old. located at Pearson and Epworth Streets, is too small for the growing congregation and has a very limited parking space.
Dr. Joseph D.
Moravia St ; Wednesday in St. Paul Baptist Church, 616 W. North St., which has been designated, “Ladies Night;” Thursday, slated as “Youth Night,” in Second Baptist Church, 535 Bell Ave., and on Friday in Union Baptist Church, 251 W. Grant St.
A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., Dr. Clemmons attended Brooklyn College and Howard University , and graduated from Long Island University in 1952 Thirteen years after graduation from college, and teaching eight years, in Baltimore, Md. and Bridgeport, Conn., Dr. Clemmons enrolled in Yale Divinity School and graduated in 1969 He has been preaching for 32 years, even while studying
modem languages and teaching. He was a participant in the Martin Luther King, Jr., Program of Black Church Studies at Colgate Rochester Divinity School, and as a Martin Luther King fellow, he studied in West Africa, in Nigeria and Ghana, then at the interdenominational Center in Atlanta, Ga. and Rochester, N.Y,
He not only serves his own congregation but has served the Board of Directors of Norwalk's Community Action Program. He is a Chaplain with the Norwalk Fire Department, a member of the Alumni Council of Yale Divinity School, and is on the Board of Directors of the Hampton Institute Ministers Conference of Hampton. Va
l)r Clemmons has been pastor of the Miracle Temple Church in Norwalk for the past 15 years. He is married to the former Loretta G. Shields, and they have two children. Chip aged 17, and Angela, aged 13.
Each of the nightly services during the week will be at 7 p.m. with the pastor of the host church presiding. Dr Clemmons has chosen as the theme for the Revivals, "Behold, 1 stand at the door and knock: If any man hear my voice and open the door, I will come in to him and will sup with him and he with Me." Rev. 3:20.
On Feb. 25, 1570, Pope Pius V excommunicated Elizabeth I, a move that led to much anti-Catholic legislation in England.
"excellent pilot who is not on an ego trip." However, Ruble said the priest sometimes receives a lot of good natured ribbing by his fun-loving fellow aeronauts.
"The other balloonists kid him about having an inside connection and an edge in the competition and about being closer to his work when he's in a balloon," Ruble mused.
Some say he has a direct line to heaven. ’
But Father Bums "Sometimes they think of hot air on Sunday."
ASSEMBLIES OF GOD
ASSEMBLY OF GOD—Bessemer, Rev. Paul Kyllonen, pastor. Sunday School, 9 45 a m Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m. Sunday Evening Service, 7 30 p.m and Wednesday Eve. service 7 p.m
ASSEMBLY OF GOD TABERNACLE-idtewild Orive next to Westgate Plaza,
Union Twp. Rev. Thomas V. Cross, Pastor Sunday School, 9:30 a m,; Worship 10:45 a.m.. Evangelistic, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Sunday School Bus
GARDNER CHAPEL-Forest Ave Shenango Twp Rev. Paul Allen, pastor 9 45 a m. Sunday school; 11:00Morning Worship, 7 p.m Evening service. 7 p.m Wednesday. Mid-week Prayer Meeting and Bible Study
FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH-Pearson and Epworth Sts Rev David B Owen, pastor, Sunday School, 9 30 a m Worship 10 45 Evangelistic 7:30 p.m. Wednesday 7:45.
BETHEL BAPTIST -1733 East Wash-inyfon St, 654-6041, Rev Daryl M Butler, Pastor, 9:45 a.m. Sunday school; 10 45 a.m. Worship Service, 6 30 p.m Jet Cadets and Sr. Youth Group; 7.30 p.m. Evening service
FIRST BAPTIST—W. Maitland Lane. Rev Calvin S Merritt, pastor, 9 45 a.m., Sunday School tor all ages 11:00 a m. morning worship. Broadcast live over WBZY. 7 00 p m Evening gospel hour. Wednesday P.M Prayer meeting
ST PAUL'S—616 W North St. Rev.
Joseph Langston, Superintendent, Rev. Stevens H Wiley, Pastor. Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11:00a.m.
SECOND BAPTIST-530 Bell Avenue. 9 30 Sunday school. Rev Kenneth Munnerlyn, pastor.
UNION-251 W Grant St. Rev J. N. Moore, pastor, 9 30 a.m. Sunday School Grover Spencer, superintendent 11 00 Morning Service
NEW CASTLE BAPTIST TEMPLE-2308 W State St. Church school, 9:45 a m.; morning worship, 10 45 a m. Rev. Edwin V. Carter, pastor
ALLEGHENY WESLEYAN METHODIST—Corner East Washington and Pearson St,, Sunday School, t 30 am. Worship Service, 10,30 a m. Evening Service, 7 00 p.m Wednesday Evening prayer Service 7 30 p.m Rev Jack E. Benninger, pastor.
WESLEY UNITED METHODIST — West Washington at Round St., Raymond D Graham, minister 9 30 a m. Church School, 11 a.m. Morning Wor-
TREE METHODIST —767 Arlington Avenue. Rev C R Sones, pastor, 9:45 a m Sunday School 10 45 a m Worship 6:45 p.m F M Y. 7:30 p m, Evening Service Wednesday, 715 pm. Prayer Service,
DEWEY AVENUE FREE METH-ODIST CHURCH—C. Ross Hammond, Pastor. Morning Worship 9:30 a m., Sunday School 10 30 a m„ Evening Service 7 30 p.m. Prayer & Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
CASTLEWOOD ALLIANCE - 660 Harmony Baptist Rd. Rev. D P McGarvey, Pastor, 9 45 a.m. Church at Study, 11 a.m. Worship; 6 p.m AYF; 7 p m. Evening Service; Wed-nesday, 7 30 p.m Prayer Meeting
HOOVER HEIGHTS TABERNACLE-1947 Morris It., South New Castle Boro. Robert s. Wldenor, pastor Phone 654-9125 Sunday School, 9 30 am. Worship, 10 45a m , Evening, 7 00p.m.
PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE-1228 Rebecca Street Rev Vernon Borchert. Sunday school, 9 45 a m Morning Worship, II 00 a.m A.Y.F 6 p.m. Evangelistic Service 7 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 7 00p.m.
WASHINGTON UNION C. M A.~ West Washington St, Rev Malvin E. Dolby, pastor Sunday school, 9:30 a m Worship, 10 45 a m. Junior and Senior A Y F. 6 00 p m. Evening Service 7 pm. Prayer Meeting and AYF. Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.
LIGHTHOUSE PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS TABERNACLE, 416 Lyndall Street Rev Vanuel Bloss, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; Morning service, 11 00 a m ; Evening Service 7:00 p.m , Wednesday Evening Service. 7 00p m
NEW CASTLE PENTECOSTAL HOLI-NESS CHURCH 2041 Moravia Street Rev Richard Sturgill, Minister Sun day School 10 00 a m Worship Service
11 00 a m Sunday Evening Service 7:30pm.
BETHEL U P CHURCH-RO 41 Enon Valley, Pa Rev. James A. Thomson, Pastor Worship 10 00 a m Sunday School 11:00 Youth Fellowship 7 00p m
FIRST PRESBYTER I AN-Jefferson at Falls St Early service, 9a.m. Church school, 9 30 a m Regular worship service, 11 a m Youth Group, 7 p.m The Rev John w Ackerman, minister Charles Best, assistant pastor
HIGHLAND U P CHURCH-Higlv land at Park Ave Rev. W Wilson Brad-burn and Rev Donald C. Wallace ministers Morning Worship, 10:00 a m NO FAULT MORALITY PART II -WHO WILL SPEAK FOR PAR’” Rev W Wilson Bradburn, preaching.
M T H E R M ON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—Sunday school, 10 00 a.m. Worship service, 11:00 a.m Rev David J. Kilpatrick minister
MT JACKSON U P -27 W Mill St Rev Wm R Riddle, minister, 9 45 a m Sunday school, II a m worship service
MORAVIA U P CHURCH-Rt ¡T Sunday school 9:45; morning worship, 1100 Guest Minister speaking Youth Service 7 00 p.m.
PRINCETON PRESBYTERIAN -
Morning worship, 9 45 am Sunday school 10 45 a.m. David Kilpatrick pastor
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF NEW BEDFORD—Marr Rd., New Bedford, Rev. J. Wallace Huber, jr., pastor Sunday Church School, 9 45 a m.;, morning worship, 8 30 8. II 00 a.m , Junior Church, 11 00a m
FIRST CH R I ST I A N — ( Disci pies ot Christ) Kennedy Square at West Washington St Rev Earl Bowers, minister Church Schopl 9:30 a.m.; Morning Worship 10 45 a m. Evening Services, 7-8 p.m
EDINBURG CHRISTIAN -Edinburg, Pa David J. Snyder, minister Bible school, 10 00 a.m.; morning worship, 11:00a.m. Telephone654-4692
NAZARENE FIRST CHURCH -Mercer at Elizabeth Sts. Rev Lome J Lee, pastor, 9 30 a.m. Sunday school Worship, 10:45 a.m. Evangelistic Service, 7 p.m. Mid-week Prayer meet-ing and Youth Choir, 7 p.m. Wednesday.
TRINITY —East Falls and Mill Streets: 7 30 a m. — Holy Eucharist: 10 a m. — Morning Prayer and Sermon and Church School classes for the Nursery through the Third Grade: 11:30 A.M.— Holy Eucharist.
CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH - E Washington at Beckford Rev. Harold Held, Pastor. 9:15 a.m Sunday School; 10 30 a.m. Morning Worship
GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN CHURCH-2323 Old Butler Road 11 00 a m worship service, 9 30 a.m., church school Nursery provided. Pastor,
ST JOHN'S ( LCA ) — Highland at Fairfield. Services at 9:30 a m. only Nursery is provided Pastor, Rev. Donald Cochran.
BETHEL A M E -312 Green St Rev William M. McGowan, pastor. Church school 9 30 a.m. Worship 1100 a m. Wednesday Prayer Service 11:00 a m.
CROTON AVE. UNITED METHODIST 910 Croton Ave. Rev Myles T. Bradley, pastor 9 30 a.m. Church School: 10 45 a m. Worship. Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. Bible Study for youth and adults
EASTBROOK UNITED METHODIST — RD #5, New Castle, Sunday School, 9 30 a m.; Worship, 11 00 Rev. Loyal
EMMANUEL UNITED METHODIST-126 Mitchell Rd Rev Franklin D. Bishop, minister. Sunday school 9 30 a.m.; Morning worship 10:45 a.m.; Wednesday Evening Bible Study 7 p.m.
EPWORTH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH—805 E. Washington St., Rev. E E Ankeny, pastor 9 30 a.m. Church School; 11:00 a.m Morning Worship ''SMALL TALK MADE BIG "
FIRST UNITED METHODIST - 135 Decker Drive Rev. Russell E Perry, minister, 9 30 a.m. Sunday School; 10 15 a.m Morning Worship. "PREPARED FOR THE UNPREDICTABLE"
KING'S CHAPEL —Wallace Drive and Pulaski Rd. Rev Glenn Irvin. 11 a.m Worship, 9.45 a.m. Study Groups; 7 p.m. U M. Youth.
BIBLEWAY CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST — 224 Mahoning Ave., Rev John E Robinson, Minister. 10:30 a m Sunday School; 11:30 a.m. Morning Worship,
CHURCH OF THE LIVING WORD — West '/7 mile oft Rt. 19 4 8 miles North of Harlansburg Rev Richard Knodel, Pastor Morning Service 10 00 a.m.; Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Reformed and Evangelical All Welcome.
FIRST W E S L E Y A N CHURCH — Pulaski Road and Sunnybrook Drive, Rev John E. Garver, pastor, 9:45 Sunday School, 11 a.m. Worship Evening Service 7 00 p.m. Mid-Week Prayer Service Wednesday 7:00 p m,
MAITLAND MEMORIAL PRIMITIVE METHODIST—S. Mill St., at Maitland St Rev. Clarence Allwine. Sunday School, 9 45 a m Morning Worship 11 Young People 6 p.m. Evening Service 7 p.m. Wednesday, 7:30 pm. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study
PENTECOSTAL EBENEZER CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST-1119 South Jefferson Street, Rev. S. Threats, pastor 9:30 a m. Sunday School, 11 a.m Morning Worship, 6 p.m. Y.P -W W 7:30 Evening Worship.
THE SALVATION ARMY-240 W Grant St., Sunday School 10 a.m. Holiness Service II a m. Evangelistic Service 7 p.m.
BESSEMER, FIRST COVENANT CHURCH—On the Boro Square. Rev. W Peterson, Pastor Sunday School, 10a.m., Worship Service 11 a m.
FAITH COUNTRY CHAPEL Evangelical Methodist—Old Butler Rd. near Rte. 388, 924-2260, Rev. David L. Cowles, pastor. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m., Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Family Night Services, 6 p.m.-7 p.m.; Wednesday Prayer meeting, 7:30p.m.
CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY-905 Highland Ave , Harris S. McSkimmlng, pastor Sunday school, 9:45; Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. Evening Service, 7 00 p.m. Wednesday evening. Family Night, 7:30p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD, 711 S Ray St., pastor Ronald Mounts. Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship 11.00 a m„* 7:00 p.m. Evangelistic Service 7 30 p.m Wednesday evening, family training hour
NESHANNOCK UNITED PRESB' TERIAN-Fair Ground Rd , Rev virc A Barnes, minister, 9 45 Church Scho 11 a.m Worship
NORTHMINSTER U P. - 't*34~1n, mington Road Rev. John W Sloa Minister Alice S. McConnell, Educatii Director, 9 30 a.m., Song Servici
10 00 a m Morning Worship "GOD HEALING - A MYSTERY” Gue Preacher, Rev. William Aolman.
SECOND UNITED PRESBYTERIAN^ Countyline at Milton Sts Pasto George W Henderson. Youth dlrecto Mrs Lois strobel 9 45 Church Schoo
11 a m Morning Worship "TH PRICE OF PERMISSIVE MORAI itY " Dr j Calvin Rose, preachin
CENTER UP.-1140 Center Churc Road Worship Service, 9:45 a m Sunday School 10:45 a.m Come Jo
WESTFIELD U P -Rt 108~W M Jackson-Enon Valley Road 10 a r Church school, 11 a m, Morning Wo ship. Dr Norvat Chrispy, preachin' EASTBROOK U
Road Rev Dennis M. Salmon School 9 45 a.m.; Morning 1 1100a.m. "DON'T TURN BACI
THIRD UNITED PRESBYTE E. Washington at Adams Sts the East Side of New Cast ministry team includes j Freshley, and Boyd E Lien, School 9 45; Morning Worsh a.m. "SUMMER WITH PSALMS." Theme; "PELIC; THE DESERT »
CHURCH OF CHRIST, Apostles' doctrine, fc ing ot bread and p Howard E. Zeigler. with us.
CHURCH OF CHRIST-1 St. Lord's Day Services 9 45 a.m., Morning Worsl Evening worship, 6pm both services Thursday study. 7 p.m. For furthe call 652-0031 or 924-2187
FIRST CHURCH OF ( Euclid Ave , Pastor, Gar Associate pastor, George 9.45 a.m. Sunday Schot Morning Worship, 7 00 Worship Wednesday, 7 Week Service.
SHENANGO CHRISTIAN -hurst Circle Robert Stewart ,L** Sunday schoc
tendent, Bible school, 9 45 a ing worship, 10 45 a.m Evi ship, 7 30 p.m. Prayer mat nesday, 7:30 p m
NASHUA ORTHODOX P TERIAN—"A Westminster i Church.” Rt 551, north o Morning Worship, II am Worship, 7:30 p m , Lawrenc