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Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - May 31, 1986, Sandusky, Ohio American Home elevator co. 4230 Inver Dite. Toledo of 43607 419-537-0124 Handicap lift specialist Trinity United methodist Church Sandusky will have an All Church picnic immediately after the morning worship on sunday. All members and friends of Trinity should meet at noon at the shelter House no. 1, Osborn Park East Perkins Avenue. Persons Are asked to bring a dish to share and their own table service and beverage. An informal program sponsored by the sunday school will include games for the youngsters and relaxed visiting for adults. The Community is invited. Special music is planned for 7 . Today at Sand Hill free will Baptist Church. Mason Road Between Ohio 4 and 99, Sandusky. The Public is invited. Charles and sue Donner will be the special guests at the 10 30 . Service sunday at the first Church of the Nazarene 4013 Columbus ave., Sandusky. Mrs. Donner is pockets of the a patches and pockets television show broadcast on Channel 11, Wool to Toledo. The donners teach sunday school at Trinity United methodist Church port Clinton. Their program is especially directed toward children and their parents. The Public is invited. A Nursery will be provided. A charismatic mass and Healing service will be conducted for the people in the Sandusky Deanery at 7 30 . Monday at its. Peter and Paul Catholic Church 510 Columbus ave., Sandusky. For More information Call the ministry to Catholic charismatic renewal office at 244046� or 1-800-821-8903, or Clarence Sonny and Diana Hofer at 626-0656. The men of first United Church of Christ will meet 8 . Sunday in the pathfinders room of the Church Hancock and East Jefferson streets Sandusky. Breakfast will be served a film program on religious expression will be shown. High school graduates of the class of 1986 will be recognized during the 9 30 . Service. Soloist Steve Brownell will provide special music. The Young adults will discuss the summer program at 10 30 . Quot god s people praising god Quot will be the theme for the Community vacation Church school set for june 9-13 in Berlin Heights. Youngsters will attend from 1 to 3 30 . Each Day at first congregational United Church of Christ 5 e. Main St., Berlin Heights. Lakeview United methodist Church Berlin Heights also will participate. Cost is $3 per child or $6 maximum per family. Parents should pre Register their children by calling 588-2102 or 588-2101, or by signing up at noon on june 9. Team members speak at forum or. John Parschauer and Eric episcopal Church first and 1 i #1 Meigs streets Sandusky. W Jug the program is slated for noon / w f to sunday. My 0 Vil Parschauer a local of or y j a Tham Logist and Dudenhoefer a student at Huron High school were part of a medical missionary team which visited Central America in March. The Public is invited. Or. J. Parschauer Eric Dudenhoefer Emma meets on tuesday the Erie county ministerial association will meet 8 30 . Tuesday at the Providence Hospital pm dining room Hayes Avenue Sandusky. New officers will be elected for the 1986-87 year. All ministers in Erie county Are invited to attend. Cost for the All you can eat breakfast is $2. There will be no meetings during july and August. Welcome to the big top ing feats during the kiddie College s c Register photo a Tim Fleck Ryan Wikel left and Andy Speer performed juggle lege s circus Friday at St. Stephen United Church of Christ. This year the 4 and 5-year-Olds chose a circus theme for their annual end of the year program. Reception honors Rev. Borows a reception honouring the Rev. Or. Kurt w. Borows or. Is planned after the 9 . Worship sunday in the Fellowship Hall of resurrection lutheran Church 2370 be Catawba Road port Clinton. Borows received his doctor of ministry degree on May 24 in a ceremony at Trinity lutheran Seminary Columbus. The work for his degree was done in a program which developed tested and evaluated an experiential approach to catechism curriculum. Biblical symbols audio visuals and relevant holy land artefacts Are used to enable students to increase their Faith and gain More knowledge of spiritual history. The project seeks ways to help students of All Ages identify More deeply with the Christian Community and to participate More fully in its Mission. Borows has been pastor of resurrection for eight and a half years. He received his Bachelor of arts degree from capital University his master of arts from the University of Detroit and his master of divinity from Trinity lutheran Seminary Columbus. Former Sandus Kian gets degree the Terra Nee Parker son of or and mrs. Lester g. Parker Sandusky received the doctor of ministry degree May 24 during graduation exercises at Trinity lutheran Seminary Columbus. Parker has served As pastor of Salem lutheran Church Wooster since 1976. He earned his degree through a three year program of classroom and Field study completed while serving As a full time Parish pastor. Parker a research for the thesis project was Parish pastor relations in Long tenured ministries. He conducted in depth investigations of 10 lutheran parishes where the pastor had served for at least 10 years and presented results on Case study form. The description of these ministries was coupled with the presentation of theory testing among Ohio lutherans. He is a 1965 graduate of Sandusky High school and earned his bachelors degree from capital University in Columbus and his masters degree in 1973 from the lutheran theological Seminary Columbus. Hospice program on television planning for retirement its never too Early Sandusky mall presents retirement planning May 30-june 1 representatives from various businesses and organizations will be on hand to help you plan for All aspects of your retirement. Done to miss this Opportunity a its never too Early to plan for your Golden years sf�g0� 2ls k�7 Kail it. 250 the Stein hospice program Sandusky will be one of the main segments of a television special to be broadcast at 1 . Sunday by Channel 24, Anwo to formerly who to Toledo. A real people of god will examine services of the hospice founded by sister Rosalie Gdula of a Sylvania franciscan. The ecumenical by staffed and supported hospice program is a ministry to the terminally ill. The hospice offers in Home support for the terminally ill and helps patients achieve the highest possible Quality of life conditions. The television program is one of a series of specials produced by the communications office of the 19-county diocese of Toledo. It is supported by the Catholic communications collection. Bible school staff to meet teachers and staff of the annual downtown churches vacation Bible school will have a planning meeting at 7 30 . Monday at Trinity United methodist Church 214 e. Jefferson St., Sandusky. Five downtown churches Are sponsoring the vacation Bible school for All area children from june 23-27. Those churches Are first congregational Fin presbyterian Calvar episcopal Grace Episcopa and Trinity United methodist. The cooperative Effort a been shared by these Church for Many years. Trinity will b serving As the Host Church Thi year. Anyone interested in Helpin for the event Are encouraged t attend the planning meeting. Religion news deadline tuesday the Register will publish news of area churches and religious a it Tivi ties on the saturday religion Page. More detailed events such As Church anniversaries or seminar should be submitted at least a week in Advance of the deadline. Special speakers services or unusual activities that would be of ii Terest to the general Public will be considered. Pictures also May b submitted but will be used at the discretion of the editor. Only Pilot Tures of Good Quality will be considered. The deadline for these releases is noon tuesday of the week the Are to be published. Register religion Page a-4 sat., May 31, 1986 religion today Carol Jensen editor belief in hades declining by David e. Anderson up religion writer Church historian Martin Marty sees a decline in the belief in hell among contemporary christians and says that May not be a bad thing. A i have no doubt that the passing of hell from modern consciousness a compare the Art of the Christian past with piety today a is one of the major if still largely undocumented modern trends a Marty said. Marty a professor at the University of Chicago divinity school says one of the a great events in modern roman Catholic history is the decline of Purgatory and it is a decline that is matched if not surpassed among most protestants with the exceptions of some fundamentalists such As to evangelist Jimmy Swaggert whose preaching of hell Marty finds is reserved for a secular humanists and soviet communists not for the Nice people in the congregation or on the other Side of the Marty writing in the current Issue of the lutheran denominational Magazine of the lutheran Church in America said neither catholics nor protestants have repealed the doctrines of eternal damnation but Are a ceasing to make much of a they believers Are shocked to hear what their parents were taught and so far As we can Tell believed a he said. But he said such a a fudging on the notion of hellfire and Brimstone could be found As Early As 1952 when a Catholic digest poll found 42 percent of the american people did not 1 believe in hell and few who saw it As a threat to them. Only a Little More than one out of eight adults regarded hell As a possible future alternative the Catholic digest poll said. In 1983, . Catholic polled its readers and found that Only 1 percent pictured the possibility of going to hell for them and Only 3 percent thought of hell in the traditional image of fire. A Mere 22 percent were ready to picture Hitler in hell and adds Marty a if not he who a Marty notes a number of possible explanations including the fact that a much of our a hello has come not from the Bible and theology but from Goethe so a Faust and cartoons from folklore and popular Cathedral Art. It can go and a damnation can remain. A some religious thinkers will link with psychologists and Tell you that eternal hell declined because temporal ones Are sufficiently effective a he adds citing a nuclear hell a loneliness and alienation. While such an argument May hold weight he says historians would be Quick to mention the plague and the Black death and infant mortality Quot thus depriving us of Novelty of our contemporary patented Marty said other theologians will say that a hell wanes As different aspects of the doctrine of god Are preached and that currently Many seek to portray god As a the fellow sufferer who understands a an image incompatible with damning t unbaptized children to an eternity of fiery flames. At the same time Marty warns against sentimental izing such images so that gods a dark Side a the mysterious threatening impassioned Justice seeking element of god a is lost. Still he said the decline in hell May not be All bad. A if Faith has survived the decline in hell then it May be the result of an accent on the love of god for gods own Sake rather than a fear of hell. Quot if so. The new situation is an asset a he said

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