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Sedalia Democrat (Newspaper) - October 27, 1995, Sedalia, Missouri Religion Page Sedalia Missouri Friday october 27, 1995brieflyel Dorado United methodist. The congregation will hold a Ham and Turkey dinner at its Green Ridge Sanctuary beginning at 4 . Saturday. Adult tickets Are $5, or $6 at door. Children age 6-12 eat for $3. For tickets Call 826-6212 or 647-2433. Our Savior lutheran. There will be a Chili Day and Bazaar from la . To 7 . Saturday at the Church. Craft items and baked Good will be among the items for United methodist. Georgetown United methodist Church will hold its annual lords acre Sale saturday. Lunch will be served starting at la . Broadway presbyterian. This is Brown bag sunday. Elder James b. Callis will deliver the message a what would he say what would he do a children a choir rehearsal will be at 5 15 . Wednesday. Presbyterian women will meet thursday for a carry in luncheon and a Hungary trip update. Presbyterian women will join with Church women United in Observance of world Community Day next Friday. Spirit of life Fellowship. The Church is now meeting at its new location at 500 East Lith. Worship services Are at to . Sunday. Wednesday night Bible study is at 7 . A a a hallelujah a party for neighbourhood children will Start at 7 . Tuesday and include games prize and treats. First Christian. Or. William Curwood a message will be a saints standing on holy grounds a a Joel 2 28-32. Services begin at 8 and 10 10 . Church Young people meet at 5 30 . Mothers Day out a Community child care program is offered from 8 45 . To 3 . Each tuesday. Men Are invited to join a Fellowship breakfast at 6 58 . Wednesday in the Fellowship Hall. The Church will Host a fall carnival from 5 30 to 7 . Sunday. There will be funnel cakes hots dogs and drinks. Activities include a costume Parade carnival Booths and a pumpkin decorating contest. All proceeds go to Unicof. Women a aglow. State rep. Vicky Hartzler of the 124th District will speak at 7 . Nov. 7 at the Clinton Holiday inn. Her topic will be a when gods a not so mean a women a aglow is a non denominational Christian ladies organization. Lamonte United methodist. Lamonte methodist Church will hold a whole hog and Turkey dinner from la . To 1 30 . And 5 . To 8 . Saturday at the Church. Adult tickets Are $5. Children ear for $2.50.St. Paul lutheran Stover. The an Nual Harvest fest dinner will be nov. 5 at the Church. A traditional thanksgiving dinner will be served from 11 30 . To 2 . Cost for adults is $5. Children Ages 6 to 12 eat for $3. Range line. The Church will hold a Ham and Turkey dinner from la . To i . Saturday followed by a lords acre Sale. Cost is $4.50 for adults and $2.50 for children 12 and under. Brandon methodist. Brandon methodist Church near Windsor will hold a Turkey and Ham Harvest supper from 4 to 8 . Saturday. Cost is $5 for adults and $2.50 for and Trinity lutheran. The festival of the reformation will be celebrated with communion sunday at both churches. Trinity will also begin a series of a a neighbourhood meetings a which Are designed to give members an Opportunity to discuss plans for 1996. The sessions begin sunday evening and continue on sunday and wednesday evenings until nov. 12. Trinity women will meet at 7 . Thursday. Confirmation class begins at Trinity at 9 . Nov. Grace freewill Baptist. The annual women a Day program at free Grace will be sunday. The speaker at the 11 30 . Service will be sister Ray Finley of Quinn Chapel ame Church. Mother Nancy Todd will be the 3 . Speaker. The theme for the Day is a a god a everlasting first Assembly of god. First Assem Bly of god 6th and Summit will hold a Chili supper and Bazaar from la . To 6 . Saturday. Homemade Chili or Chili dogs will be $1.50. Desserts and drinks Are 50 cents. Delivery and carry outs Are available. Call 826-7650. The event is sponsored by women a Baptist Florence. The Church will be in revival from next wednesday through saturday. Services begin at 7 . The evangelist is the Rev. Pete Olroyd. Ecclesia. A Why the love of the world and the will of god Don t mix a i John 2 15-27, will be the theme of . Thomas sunday morning Sermon at ecclesia Community Bible Church. During the 7 . Service a focus on the family film will be shown a preparing for adolescence part ii Immanuel United Church of Christ. Immanual United Church of Christ is sending the Rev. Doris Judy and Lay delegates Wilma Baslee and Steve Barnes to the annual meeting of the Missouri conference slated for today through sunday in Columbia. Judy will return to Sedalia for sunday worship. Her Sermon title is a the continuing a time of games and Fellowship will follow at 3 . Calvary Baptist. Sunday school workers will be recognized at the 8 20 . Service. A second sunday school appreciation will follow at 9 . In the Fellowship Hall. Sunday school will follow at 9 30 . Morning worship begins at 10 40. An evening singing and Praise service begins at 7 . Church youth meet at 8 . For sunday night after Church. Stover United methodist. The Church will Host its annual Craft show nov. 4 from 8 . To 4 . Exhibitor Booths Are available for information Call 314 377-2508 or 314 377-4276. Calvary episcopal. The Rev. Gerald Skillicorn has been appointed to serve As interim priest at Calvary episcopal Church. The Church begins services at to . Each sunday followed by hospitality time and adult confirmation class. Sedalia Volunteer joins remodelling project at Baptist College overseas Democrat staff biblical archaeology a a dying discipline associated press they helped invent the game of Modem biblical archaeology and dominated the Field for Many years. Now americans Are largely being reduced to spectators in the efforts to unlock the secrets of the Bible lands says a prominent scholar in issuing a Clarion Call for Public support to keep american biblical archaeology on the map. In an article titled a death of a discipline in the september october Issue of the biblical archaeology review Arizona archaeologist William g. Dever says that years of declining academic and Church related support for biblical archaeology has left the Field in a crisis. He recites a Litany of lost academic positions and substantial cutbacks from groups such As the National endowment for the humanities and the National geographic society. There is Only one endowed University chair in the Field and there Are no longer any Seminary professors who Are full time archaeologists. In the Field the three principal american excavations in Israel Are Long running and nearing completion and funding prospects Are dim for major new digs. A i was hoping to generate outrage to get Peoples attention a Dever said in a interview. A you cannot revive a discipline once it s died. Its never been the irony is that interest in biblical studies has never been higher say prominent people in the Field. Religious tourism to the holy land continues unabated with hundreds of american volunteers assisting at digs each summer. The dead sea scrolls have been the subject of major exhibitions and to shows. Biblical archaeologists Are in demand As lecturers and the biblical archaeology review has some 225,000 subscribers a tremendous number for a narrowly focused publication. But the academic and financial support has not followed. A the sad irony of it All is the support is not there when we need it a said Erie Meyers a religion professor at Duke University and president of the american schools of Oriental research. Dever and Meyers say the Lack of support for biblical archaeology is part of larger cutbacks for the humanities throughout the nations academic institutions. Emu releases aids resource kit Louisville by. A a Southern Baptist organization Hopes to educate its churches about aids and How they can respond when the disease touches someone in their own congregation. A a it a just a matter of time until every Church has a person who is infected or is a close relative or Friend of someone with aids said the Rev. Chip Miller director of the Kentucky Baptist conventions sunday school program. To answer such concerns the woman a missionary Union of Kentucky has released a new resource kit wednesday that can be used by churches civic organizations and other groups to educate people about aids. A be m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m in thanks to a William Jewell College student nine retired builders six wives two friends and a visionary chaplain a Baptist College in England got a Facelift. This summer or. Jerry Cain the chaplain at William Jewell a Southern Baptist College in Liberty took a group of volunteers to Croydon England to help refurbish the administration and classroom Center of Spurgeon a College. But builder Bill Schilb of Seda liars Bethany Baptist Church remembers the friends he made on the trip not the work. A it did no to seem like work although we worked hard a Schilb said. A we were surrounded by so Many Friendly Schilb does Volunteer plumbing electrical and carpentry work at churches and youth Camps across the nation. Like the others in the group he journeyed to England at his own expense. William Jewell and Spurgeon a College Are connected in two ways. In 1905, Jewell bought the Spurgeon a Library which contains Vintage books from the collection of Charles Spurgeon a prominent Baptist pastor in victorian England. Almost 90 years later Rob Quick came to study at Jewell from his Home in England. His father Michael who had recently been appointed principal of Spurgeon a delivered Jewell a commencement address in May 1994. Fellow Volunteer Mary Ann Anglen of Calvary Baptist Church in Columbia echoed Schilbe a sentiments. A i enjoyed being with people i did no to know a and everyone was so helpful. We All got along great a she said. A a in a sure the Spurgeon a staff thought we were on Holiday a that we weren to there to really work. But we rolled up our sleeves and dug right in to do what needed to be done catholicism blooms in Bible Belt state associated press Wendell n c. A roman Catholic churches often perceived As the minority within an Ocean of protestantism Are trying to satisfy a new thirst for the denomination in North Carolina. Northern transplants and hispanic migrants coming to North Carolina for work Are filling churches like St. Eugene a in Eastern Wake county to the bursting Point. St. Eugene a was forced to abandon its old Church building in Wendell to support a member ship that has grown from 605 in 1991 to about 1,000 today. The Church is so crowded on holidays that three priests were brought from another Church to help during last Christmas and easter. Quot i think its a great thing that we re growing and building to the degree that we Are Quot said Jeanette Knuckley 72, who says she must make it to St. Eugene Early to get a seat at 10 30 mass. A especially since i can remember when there were so few catholics in yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyftttyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyttyyyyyy1 announcement. Patients and parents of Stephen l. Womack . Dear parents and patients i will be closing my practice in Sedalia permanently effective Friday october 27,1995, to relocate closer to my family. I have greatly enjoyed the privilege and pleasures of serving you Over the years. Two excellent paediatricians in our Community Monsour Ebrahimi . And Timothy Reed . Have most graciously agreed to provide you continued care. If your child s last name begins with the letter am his Chart will be at or. Reed s office. If your child s last name begins with the letter no his Chart will be at or. Ebrahimi s. If you would prefer a different doctor you May pick up your children s charts at my office thursday october 26 or Friday october 27 and take them to the doctor of your Choice. Sedalia has been a wonderful place to live and you have Given me Many blessings. I will miss All of you i wish you All Long Joyful healthful lives. Stephen l. Womack . Entry deadline november to 1995 share your favorite mar tile Sedalia Democrat will publish a Holiday Cookbook on thursday november 16, and we d Lite to share your favorite family recipes main dishes an Independent judging committee i choose a Winner from each category. Send your entry to Holiday Cookbook co Sedalia Democrat 7th amp Massachusetts Sedalia to 65301 salads desserts a amp a welding Complete machine shop a farm a Home a Industrial 500 w. 2nd 8263705 a television service professional service on All brands , Vcra a stereo s free in shop estimates 105 w. Main 820-0570 quarries 826-7771 i mile West of Sedalia on Hwy. 50 big alas card House baseball card singles sets 11 of .-4 30 . After 7 00 . 1309 e. Boonville 826-6913 Al computer technologies state fair shopping Center Sedalia to a530i 816-826-4700 authorized ism business partner Central Bank of Missouri since 1891 16th amp limit Sedalia 103 w. Washingotn Smithton member Odic worn Nims Steak burgers $1.00 Sun. Thru wed. 901 s. 65 Hwy. A Sedalia a 826-2828 Ewing funeral Home 7th amp Osage 826-2622 David a i n o motors. Ltd. 2901 s. Limit 826-6212 116 s. Ohio downtown Sedalia phone 826-0150 salvation army Thrift store a clothing ail sizes a dishes a shoes a Misc Slop by and see Al of our goo to a1 teos doable rotes 601 s. Ohio 826-5553 i Ditzfeld Transfer 1313 n. Missouri 826-2992 across town or across country we ship freight shh a a in Letourneau Brothers inc. Commercial amp residential free estimates816 826-1886 professional builders open 24 hrs. 7 Days a week a Atlas. Tires and batteries a experienced mechanics a gasoline amp Bill amp Joy Utz owners state fair Amoco jct. So 8.6s, Sedalia 827-4907 is. . Bard r drug co. Inc. V John j. Banion . 412 s. Ohio Sedalia 826-2000 or 826-0018 2400 Clinton Road Sedalia Missouri phone g 826-3033 0.826-2051 Home building supplies since 1918 Quality cellular a equipment sri us Souri 826-6668 1-800-242-6516 2113 w. Broadway Sedalia there a something for everyone seven Days a week Democrat Temh 7 Todd Holder i Smi tit k Bywy k slate a i <.s, fair blvd. Sedalia a 826-1622 a Well always be there for you. Kentucky Fried Chicken we do it f 4 Chicken right it 1513 s. Limit breakfast served anytime country Kitchen 2001 s. Limit Sedalia Union savings Bank member Odic main amp Ohio 14th amp limit Sedalia ;