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I The Ottawa Journal. L ::"'-,'. ' -V.': .' By JOHN WYLIE A largo Illuminated sign mo ed la front of St '-Stephen' Anglican Church Wednesday night signified an historical step in church relations here in Ottawa. . It "reads 'Britannia United Church.", What it means Is that Sunday, x St. Stephen's Church to Ottava'e extreme ' West End will serve as house f worship for both Anglican and United churchgoers In the area.l . ... - -X Britannia United at present - holds services in its Christian Education Building sort of a multi-purpose- building that is used as a meeting - place for . activities ranging from elderly persons' gatherings to holding dinners. TRIAL PERIOD ' . St. Stephen's, in, return, will make use of Britannia United building for Sunday school classes. The arrangement will - be tried out first for a year. If It is considered suitable, it will be continued. Clergymen of both churches re quick to point out that it is not an amalgamation of the two . congregations but a "mutual ' use of facilities' by the two separate congregations at sep arata times. . . However, with target date of 1974 set for union between, the two denominations, church . officials think the arrangement is ideal. If union comes,, they ; Can Headaches De Prevented? Is it taie that yoa can get a hrfW-he through missing a meal, or going without cofiae? Can tension headache be pewrautad? Yoa 11 want to find .out aha la tee medical diecov-eriea on headache causes and . treatments in September Reader's Digest. Discover why one of the soremoat headache re archeie says two thirds of sufferers could help themaervwj . . . and wtxy esparto alone can't do much for chronic tension headache. Read about all the latest findings on headachra in Srptfm-ber Reader's Digest Get your copy now. ev TV -J - ' " I Ma ftt. sa pacc t say, there will be no necessity Tor . building another church. The properties of the two denominations are within a block of each other St. Stephen's on Watson Avenue.- Britannia United 4m Pinecrest. ' 1 So Jar in Canada there have been only two or three such arrangements, these being ' m Western Canada. . in Ottawa, a Jeint Anglican United church Is being planned by congregatieas in the Riverside Drive- area,-but tt has Bat as yet gotten aff the ground. The idea of a joint Anglican- United church is expected to become the regular thing in the next few years but as yet it is relatively new. X Officials of SL Stephen's and Britannia expect -they will be closely watched to; see how things work out Xj "They expect clergymen ot other congregations, even those not planning mergers, will be Batch ins closely. There is a general feeling among clergy-1 men in general that too much emphasis is placed on building churches. . COST HIGH '.: V . This, they say. leaves parish ioners using their energies to wards paying . off eaortgages. Present costs of building -a church is about S350.0M. . They fed this energy should be directed towards people social action work and the like. Talks between the clergymen of the two churches. Rev. El- don Davis, St Stephen's rector and Britannia United minister Rev. Doug'as lapp and officers of both churches began last March. "St Stephen's didn't have to do it they -hare a church." said Mr. Lapp, "they've een very good about It." ' Mr. Lapp explained: mat there was a good deaf going on at the top," between the de nominations' sop- officials but nothing was being done "at the grassroots level." "We felt K was a good time to start sounding out the peo ple," he said. THEY'RE PLEASED So far parisbJoners of both churches seem to favor, the idea. . . . "The young people are all In favor.", said Mr. Davis. They wonder why the older ones are dragging their heels.' However, It tkara waa the ldra.Ta ef sensitivities," It was agraed (a saewly. 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If he believe treatment cm help, he will advise you. Our experience show that the treatment is effective in approximately 90 of the cases undertaken at our of flea. Nafetrally, we don't pretend to grow hair in case of baldness. Men and women receive treatment either at our office or do It themselves. at home. In the latter case, the treatment is supervised through periodic visits with the Trichologist at our office. There really is no secret for healthy hair growth r that is why our experienced Trichologist can be of help in recommending effective treatment. The cost it modest. If you are affected from any scalp discomfort whether it be receding hairline, dandruff or itching can our Trichologist, Mr. Raymond Pierre, for an appointment He can answer many questions about healthy hair care. PIERRE HAIR EXPERTS (OTTAWA) INC. . 234 GLOUCESTER ST. 23S-17M HOURS: II ajn.- pjn SATURDAY It son. -J ducted. There is no planned Idreaching in the other's pulpit ' But It is expected that some parishioners from each denomination will attend the services of the other. - I There will actually be very few physical changes made. About the only change will, be the placing . of the United Church symbol on the pulpit and lectern and when the Unit ed Church services axe conduct ed, the altar will be bared to resemble the United Church communion table. ..Thursday, September 5s 1968 The Ottowo Journal '29 Although official plans call for a mutual use of facilities on Sunday only, ' it is- expected there'' will be other areas of joint effort At- present there are volunteers from St Stephen's who help in some areas of Britannia's social work program. This support could be increased. The arrangement could, also lead to joint purchasing. "I think we can declare it a success if we get along together," was the way Mr,. Davis summed It up. . 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