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PAGE 10 Missionary Institute To Open Monday Six speakers will address the 21th annual Missionary Education Institute of the Indianapolis Council of Church Women Monday and Tuesday In Third Christian Church. Following registration at 9 a.m. Monday, classes will be conducted by Miss Rachel Ben-fer, secretary of the Board of National Missions of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A., and Miss Mareta Smoot, director of young people's work in the National Department of Missionary Education of the United Christian Missionary Society. Both will take charge of the classes again at 7:30 p.m. Monday and 10:40 a.m. Tuesday. Addressing a local ministerial meeting at 10 a.m. Monday in Roberts Park Methodist Church will be Dr. Theodore F. Romig, associate professor of missions, McCormick Seminary, and former missionary to China. He also will conduct classes at 2 p.m. In Third Church the same afternoon, and again at 7:30 p.m. that evening. Dr. Romig's Tuesday schedule will include classes at 9 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. in Third Church. MISS BESSIE MVERS, state director of Children's Work for THE INDIANAPOLIS COUNCIL CHRISTIAN BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN Cordially Invites You to Attend FIRST ANNUAL MAY BANQUET OPEN TO EVERYONE TUESDAY, MAY 126:30 P.M. THE SOUTHERN TRIANGLE DINING ROOM Centura? At. At Tihbi Price $2.25, Hp Included Tkkrts Mot Be Sceered by Mir S PL. 5S7 Westside Church of the Nazarene "v""s. llth Street and King Avenuo ' I zunaay zcnocn y.ou morning Youth Group, 6:30 PM. Evangelistic, 7:30 PM. ROBERT JONES, Pastor CA. S197 LAST 2 SERVICES NATIONAL HOLINESS ASSOCIATION 85th Annual CONVENTION PLAN TO Tonight 7:30 P.M. Sunday 2:30 P.M. Dr. Myron Boyd Sat. nite speaker At the CADLE Mid-Winter Indoor Camp Group A UNITED VOICE CHURCH MEMBERS TIMELY PROPHETIC CONFERENCE i HERBERT LOCKYER, D.D. Garfield Heights Church of Christ 2842 SHELBY ST. Bible Study, 10 A.M. Evening Service, 7 P.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Wed. Evening Service, 7:45 W. L. TO TTY. Minister. GA. 9480 Methodist Victory Memorial 1930 Wdin Ave T L. ROJERS. MlniKti-r 9 30 A M. f hurch Srliv. 10 45 A M Morninf Woi&hip H.i O'mmumon HOW TO LOVE r.OD ' 6 SO P M MYF T 10 PM. Evening Wir.h'p GIVING i;ni) HIS TIME ' T 30 P M Thursday Prtyer Meeting CAPITOL AVE. Capitol at Thirtieth M. B. McCLL'RB, Minister 9 SO A M Church School 10 4S A M. Morning Worilila WHAT HAVE TOUT" '00 PM MYF Everbody Welcome EAST TENTH JOth and Keystone Ave. CHARLES H. HOLMES, Minister Churrh iv-h-ol, 9 30 M-rr.lF!g Worship, 10 45 "CHRIST FOR THE WORLD" Intermediate MYF 4 00 P.M. Senior MYF, 6 00 P.M. BROADWAY FUl Creek parka at Broadway Ministers: F.OBEBT . PIKRCK. D D. CARL D. aKAFKR, WM. . BRAaNTLIY SO A H Charch School 11-10 4 A M Duplicate Service Tbl MATIl HIS MEW A NO HIS MISSION" Er Pierre. Preachlnf it P M -MYF Youth Rally Planned A youth rally to promote Allendale Christian Service camp located near Trafalgar, will be staged at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Fountain Square Christian Church. Sponsored by the Capitol District Men's Fellowship and the Ladies' Auxiliary, youths from an entertainment program, Al-lendate camp will open Its sum mer program in July. the Disciples of Christ Church in Indiana, will hold classes at 2 p.m. Monday, and at 9 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in Third Church. Highlight of the convention will be a luncheon held in honor of returned missionaries. At this time, the Rev. Spencer A. Austin, executive secretary of the resources department and chairman of the administrative division of the United Christian Missionary Society will talk on, "The Relevance of Missions to Today's World." Guests will include Dr. C. F. Bernheisel, Presbyterian, working in Korea: Miss Anna Cow- dree, Disciples of Christ, India; Miss Katherine Schutze, Disciple of Christ, China; Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Waters. Disciple of Christ, India; Mrs. Bruce Kershner, Disciples of Christ, Philippines, and Mrs. R. A. Doan, Disciples of Christ, Japan. Speaking at the Monday evening fellowship dinner will be the Rev. Samuel Majbul Masin, minister and educator from Fosterpur, India. I w or snip u: ju A.rv. A;. ATTEND Dr. L T. Johnson Sunday speaker Tabernacle Host to This Convention. FOR 2,000,000 DEALING WITH WORLD CONDITIONS IN LIGHT OF BIBLE BEREAN GOSPEL TEMPLE 1 3th St. and Carrollton Ava. FORD PORTER Pastor SPEAKER HERBERT LOCKYER, D.D., Litt.D., F.R.Q.S. (Eng.) ONE OF WORLD'S LEADING BIBLE TEACHERS May 3rd thru 13th Each Night at 7s30 MASS PROPHETIC RALLY SUNDAY 3 P.M. DR. HERBERT LOCKYER Speaker With Taylor University A Capella Choir SUNDAY SERVICES 9.30 Bibla School Morning; Worship at 10:30 wiitn inTn k A A.M. WP.Rn urn v in u " Cherches ROBERTS PARK (Since l21l Telaware at Vermont AMOS L. BOREN. D.D. BRUCE HILI0N Ministers 9 30 A M. Church School G. W. Little. Supt. 10 4 AM Worship Service THE AFFIRMATIVES OE STEWARDSHIP" Dr. Boreri. Preaching 5:30 P.M. MYF Sunday Evening. 7 30 P.M. THE ALTAR HOUR "RIDING THROU'IH LIKE ON A THUMB ' Dr. Borer. Preaching Special Music Madrigal Slneers from Warren Central High School 7:30 NORTH CHURCH Meridian It 38th Street HIRAM C. WELD. Ph.D.. D.D, GERALD h. CLAPSADDLE. D.D. THOMAS FISHER, ID, Ministers 8 30 A.M. Holy Communion 9 30 A.M. Church School 10 45 A.M. Worship Service SERMON: "FINDING GOD IN UNLIKELY PLACES" Dr. Clspsaddle, Preachlnr ( 00 P.M. Angelus Hour of Youth Unexcelled. Facilities for Christian Education V. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Floyd Prentice Church To Hold Formal Dedication Rile Formal dedication of the Prentice Presbyterian Church, 4900 East 38th Street, will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow with the Rev. John B. Ferguson, pastor pro tern, presiding. On the following evening at 7:30 p.m., Professor Malloy W. Bransford will present an organ program completing the dedication of the organ. The Rev. Roy Vale, D.D., from the Tabernacle Presbyterian' Church, will give the Sunday sermon, "The Cup of Blessing." The invocation will be J given by the Rev. John Prentice, under whom this church was organized. The first pastor of the church, the Rev. Floridel Pfleiderer, will present the scripture. Prayer will be given by the Rev. Malcolm McNeal, pastor of Prentice 1935-1942. NAMED IN appreciation of Dr. John L. Prentice, pastor of Sutherland Presbyterian Church, who had served this field, developing its school and membership, Prentice Church was first organized in 1929. At this time, Dr. Prentice insisted the new church be in honor of his father, the Rev. O. L. Prentice, who had been minister for 50 years in Indiana. There were 55 members, now there are 794. The sanctuary will seat 440 while the fellowship hall below will hold 280 persons at tables and 400 as an auditorium. LUTHERAN A American Latheraa Conference M MlftMarl Syaoel U tailed Lutheran Charca BETHANY ,u' CARROLL J. ROCKEY. Pastor Service 10:45 A. M. BETHLEHEM (U) 82nd and Central two services: 9:15 Unllled Service 10:45 Cole! Service CALVARYi (M) Shelby at I Dudley at Edsewood WALTKR 1 DAKiHi PaStC Service! and 10:30 A.M. CHRIST (V) 9S28 PolU Mar Hill FREDERICK J. SAGER, Pastor Services 10:45 A.M. CHRIST (M) 5S4 B. Wash. Union Pelreal Building W. MACHINSKE. Pastor Service 10:30 AM. EBENEZER (Ul Mlllersvllle Rd. at Eastern WILBUR E. ALLEN. Pastor Servica 10:30 A.M. EMMAUS (Mt Laurel at Oram. St. H. L. KRUECKEBERG, Pastor service 10 30 A.M. FAITH (A) 04T W. Morris ARNOLD O. RAABE, Pastor Servica 10:30 A.M. FIRST U 701 N. Pennsylvania PAUL ST. HUFFMAN. Pastor Servlea 10:30 A.M. FIRST TRINITY (A) McCarty ana soutn wooie HAROLD L. ANDERSON, Pastor Servica 10:45 A.M. GETHSEMANE fU 471T E. Mlchiean JOHN S. ALBERT, Pastor Servica 10:45 A.M. GRACE (M) New Tori: St. at Holmes Ava. E. H. ZIMMERMAN. Pastor ervtcea :30. 10:30 A.M. Th Lutheran Hour, Sunday, 12:30, WFBJf "WE PREACH CHRIST CRUCIFIED" ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Baptist Churches RIVER AVE. BAPTIST Tht Friendly Church 1080 RIVER AVE., WEST INDPLS. 9:30 Crowlnr S S. Classes For All Ages 10:30 Morning Worship Dr. Ralph Johnson. Missionary, Will Speak, Taylor University Choir of 39 Voices Will Sing. 6:00 PM Y.P.M. 7:30 Evsncelistic Service "A Few lessons for Christian (I (pp. Key. Robert Blake Workers JVM Thursday Midweek Prayer uioie study "Man. HI Fall Emerson Avenue Baptist Emerson Ave. at New York St. ROBERT E. HALLS, Pastor Simday School, 9:30 Worship, 10:30 'The Traveler, The Tablet and Th Transformation" 7:30 P.M. Evening Worship Sound Picture "The Book For The World of Tomorrow" "A Church With a Llfe-Glvlng Message" TUXEDO PARK. 29 N. Crant (4100 E. 1 S. Clutton, D.D. Unified, :30-7 EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH Wood la n and Laurel Sts. y. Smith :S0, 10:30, :10, 7:10 CROOKED CREEK. N, Mich. Rd., 5th St. Jler. L. o. Crtfton. Minister Unified, 9 45-11:30 AM. THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR PauVs Church Of God Lesson Text: Acts 19:8-10; t0:17-t7 By HOWARD 3. BAUMGARTEL Executive Secretary of the Church Federation of Indianapolis Paul's behavior cannot be ex- has always to bear in mind that plained on a purely human ba- methods and equipment have to sis. Both the words he uttered and the Christ for whom he testified are dynamic personal energies which connect man with his divine Creator. Those who turn their backs upon these verities of the Kingdom of God become disobedient and hardened." Such a rejection of eternal reality bottles up our affec tions so that some will never be able to become spiritual children and "joint-heirs of God." The threat to human freedom and the Christian community arises from individuals and groups afflicted with hard ened hearts and perverse wills. These are the souls who have to feed their egos by persecuting the prophets and true witnesses for the Christian Gospel. Paul's loyalty drove him over Asia Minor and Europe to build the "Church of God, which He (Jesus Christ) purchased with His own blood." God did not spare His Son to have His will accomplished. The divine design of redeeming human society through the Holy Church requires sound reason, pure affection and suffering for right eousness' sake. The church ordains ministers and enrolls members to do just that. AN ESCAPE psychology, and a terrific temptation, too, comes to church leaders who rely upon modern techniques (mainly secular in origin) to spread the Gospel of Christ. The Church OUR REDEEMER (M) Fairfield and Park at Watson Rd. WILLIAM H. EIFERT. Pastor Service 3:15 and 10:45 A M. OUR SAYIOR IMI 35th and Caaltol W. S. FALKEHKUIH. fastor Services ana 11 A.M. PEACE IM) "Church of the Dear 2344 Colleae as a k i in Kuscne. rastor Service Every Sunday at 11 AM. (Except Third Sunday I PLEASANT VIEW W. 84th St. at Hoover Rd. ROBERT L. HENKEL. Pastor Servica 10:45 A M. SALEM (U New Aurusta JOHN R SPANGLER. Pastor Service 11 AM. ST. ANDREW 10) 5380 W. 18th In Sneedvra JOHN C. FRANK. Pastor Duplicate Services 9:30 and 11 AM. ST. JOHN ,M,i 7000 Southeastern LOUIS WAMBSCANSS. Pastor Servica 10:30 A.M. T MARK u ffMpaet ?L PIArirV at Linden REV. M. D. KILVER. Pastor Servica 10:45 A.M. ST. MATTHEW '.Vr CARL H. AMELVNG, Pastor Servica 10:30 A.M. ST PA Iff M New Jersey Jl. rflUL at Mccarty St. RUSSEL W. HARNACK. Pastor Servica 10:30 A M ST PETER (M .JTh'k HAROLD MEISTER. Pastor Servica 10:30 AM. TRINITY (M) Ohlr Pat Sr. WALTER C. MAAS. Pastor services 8:15. 10:30 A.M. ZION (M) 3 Miles Northeast of New Paleartna, WERNER P. KRUC. Pastor Service 10:15 A.M. AIL SOULS UNITARIAN 145S N. ALA. Dr. F. B. BACK1S Sun., 9:15 A.M., WFBM; Church, 11 A.M. Church School. 10:30 to 1 2 Noon CHURCH OF CHRIST 4958 West 10th Speedway Sundar 10 A.M. Eranselllti. Berries 7:30 P.M. Wcdnc.dar 7:30 P.M. Bid Speedwar Bus U h Daor Call BE Imont S32 UNITY PRAYER GROUP Affiliated With Unity. Lm'i Summit. Mo. DR. FREDERICK ELIAS ANDREWS 11 A.M. wor.hlp Service Open Dally. 10 to 4; Saturday Till 1 Unity Literature Classes Consultant E. Market St,. Room 134. FR. 4 254 NEW YORK STREET EVANGELICAL U.B. New fork at East St. Oeorca St. Anrelo Sunday School, 9:30 A.M. Mnrnlnr Worship. 10:40 A M ANXIETY WITHOUT WORRY" Family Visitation Might A Hearty Welcome Is Intended to All WESTVIEW Westvlew at Belmont Ave. Holding Fourth the Word of Life" REV. CHARLES E. SMITH. Pastor 9:30 A.M. Sunday School 10:30 A.M. Morning Service "THE NATURAL MAN" S:30 P.M. BYF 7:30 P.M. Evening Servict "IS REPENTANCE FOR GOOD PEOPLE?" Baptismal Service LYNHURST BAPTIST Corner Lynhurst-Chelsea Road Dr. L. B. Matthews, Minister 9:30 A.M. Untied Service 6:30 P.M. Youth Fellowship 7:30 P.M. Evening Worship CENTRAL BAPTIST Central Ave. and Westfleld Blvd. Dr. G. H. O'Donnell. Pastor S S., 9:45 A M. Morning Worship, 10:45 Training Unions, 6:30 P.M. WOODLAND, 3200 S. East Rer. Wyman A. Hull. Pastor Services, 9:30, 10:45 A.M., 7:30 P.M. CALVARY, 3419 E. 23d St. William O. Breedlove, Pastor Services 9:30, 10:45 A.M., 7:30 P.M. Woodruff Place Baptist 1739 E. Michigan St. Dr. Walter Hand, Ph.D., Minister Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Church Worship 10:45 A.M. Evening Service 7:00 Youth Fellowship 6: 00 P.M. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Meridian and Vermont Ozle D. Pruett, Ph.D., Pastor George Newton, Choir Director Paul Fldlar, Organist 9:45 A.M. Bible School 10:55 A.M. Morning Worship 11:30 A.M. Sermon "Humanity'g Guest" Broadcast Over WFBM, 11:30 A.M. to 13:00 Noon. 700 P.M. Evening Service: "THE THRESHOLD OF UPY" Wednesday. May 6 at 7:00 P.M. Prayer Service "PAUL AND THE KINGDOM OF GOD" be subordinate to the GosDel, A gadget-minded religious leadership does not assure the creation of Christ's love to take over human affairs. Tools can crowd out our vision. God has to keep the cross In human experience to redeem the world. We get absorbed in self, which Is sin. This keeps separating us from God. The power lines coming from God are down in all too many cases. The high est revelation from God is found In the fact that Christ laid down His life for others. Paul was both free from self and con' strained by the Holy Spirit of God. He placed the Cross in the heart of his experience, which act released the power of God in his missionary work. God bore witness both through Paul's message and life. This has to be the seed-bed of all Christian preaching and Chris tian education. VE FIND PAUL, as recorded in today's lesson-text, witnessing in the synagogue, the school room and the homes of people. A beautiful sanctuary, a pipe organ with chimes and a mime ograph can never become substi tutes for Paul's techniques of witnessing. In the lands where Christians are suffering and giv ing their lives as a witness to their loyalty to Christ, revival of the Church is coming. Is this not true? If every follower of Christ could honestly affirm as Paul did, in these words: "But I hold not my life of any account as dear unto myself, so that I, may accomplish my course, and the ministry which I received from the Lord Jesus, to testify to the Gospel of the grace of God," enough power could be re leased to redeem and enrich our entire modern civilization, Youth For Christ To Present Choir Youth for Christ has a double attraction headlining the Taylor University a cappella choir and Dr. Herbert Lockyer as guests at the 7:30 p.m. rally today in the Y for C Club. The choir, under the direction of Eugene Pearson, will render a variety of sacred hymns. Speaker for the rally will be Dr. Lockyer. Dr. Lockyer took his theological training at Bible College, Glasgow, Scotland, and S aSnr NORTH UNITARIAN CHURCH Services, 11:00 A.M. WESTERN UNITARIAN CONFERENCE ALL SOULS CHURCH 14 53 N. Alabama Dr. Frederick M. Eliot "THE ONE THING NEEDFUL" VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA LL COL GRACE CRANDALL. COMM. 330 X. Illinois Sunday, T:30 P M. Speaker, John Mowery Sons; Director Harry Mattlln Pianist Mrs. Donald Mawson EVERYBODY WELCOME V CALVARY TABERNACLE 902 FLETCHER AVE. HEAR!! REV. S. H. HANBY IN TWO GREAT SERVICES SUNDAY 11:00 A.M. and 7:45 P.M. KfcV. S. K. IIANBY Presbyterian INVITE Fairview Presbyterian 46th and Capitol VIRGIL R. RAGAN, Minister 9:30 A.M. Church School 10:45 A.M. Second Church School for Preschool Children 10:45 A.M. Manning Wornhlp "CONTENTMENT" P.M. Westminster Fellowship Irvington Presbyterian 1 Block South of 5S11 E. Washington Ministers: JOHN B. FERGUSON, Emeritus HOWARD W. STONE EMERSON OLDS HOUSER 9:00 A.M. Church School 11:00 A.M. Second Churrh School for Preschool Children Two Worship Services 9 and 11 A.M. "HERESY!" Luke 0:4 6 Dr. Stone, Preaching TABERNACLE PRESBYTERIAN 34th and Central 9:30 A.M. Sunday School 10:45 A.M. Divine Worship "STABILITY OF OUR TIMES' Dr. Vale, Preaching Thurs.. 7:30 P.M. Midweek Service DR. ROY EW1NG VALE WALLACE 1. MCDONALD JAMES G EMERSON JR. Ministers Prentice Presbyterian 4900 a. sath st. Dr. John B. Ferguson, Cuest Miniates Sunday School 915-10:45 A.M. 9:15-10:45 A.M. Worship Service "OUR CHURCH Dedication of Church, 3 P.M. Congregation To Mark Two Anniversaries Members of the Broadway Baptist Church will hold a double celebration tomorrow In observance of the church's 25th birthday and the 24th anniversary of the pastorate of the Rev. R. M. Dodrill. Communion services will be held during the regular morning worship hour followed by an evangelistic meeting at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Mr. Dodrill came from the First Baptist Church, West Union, W.Va., in 1929 to take over the Indianapolis church. In these 24 years, the membership has risen to 2,773 from 406. Baptismal services have been administered to 2,-357 persons, and 1,998 persons have become members by letter. The pastor has married 1,498 couples, and conducted 1,274 funerals. DURING THE FIRST year of the Rev. Mr. Dodrill's pastorate, he organized the 101 Men's Ba-raca Bible Class, and for 18 years he has been leader of the International Sunday school lesson broadcast over Radio . Station WISH on Sunday morn ings. In 1933, the church outsxew its location at 15th and College Avenue, and moved to Its pres- ent site on 22d Street. Due to the enormous growth of the Sunday school, changes and enlargements had to be made three times, and in 1948 a $150,-0OO educational building was erected. Today the pastorate supports nine missionaries in India and Africa while the men of the church contribute to the Bauchi Leper colony in Nigeia. Within the last 14 months, they have given $10,000 toward maintenance of the Bauchi Leper hospital. WEST MORRIS STREET FREE METHODIST CHURCH (Formerly Seeend 2300 W. Morris) 9:30 A.M.-A Live, Friendly and Spiritual Sunday School 10:30 A.M. Morning Worship 7:30 P.M. Evangelistic Hour ReT. Vernon G. Damkrl and Kev. Verdoa R. Ditnckel, MinUUrt iChrfst Qllircfa EPISCOPAL HEAR F. A. WIRTH Well-Known Bible Teacher and Evangelist EVERY NITE 7i30 MAY 4th-1 7th COMMUNITY CHAPEL English at Pleasant Run C. L. TROTTER, Pastor ft Sunday Servicet I I 8, 9:30, 11. 12:15, 7 I I Weekdays. 8, 12:05 j II Wed. and Fit. 7 I the Ccftce. -If Til chared is en tell? HLM 1 tor ymir prayer. rr In I formMton. call IM. 4577. 9 ATTEND THE SUNDAY SCHOOL, 9:45 A.M. Har the Broadcasts H.ar the Broadcasts 10:45 P.M. Mon. thru Frl., WIBC. ; i Sunday Morning, 8.00, WISH j Pastor Nathan A. Urshin Churches YOU Meridian Heights Central Ave. at 47 th Mlntsteri ROY B. CONNOH JR., D.D. REV. CARL R. HATFIELD David W. Hughes, Director of Musle Sunday School, 9:45 A.M. Church Worship, 10:45 A.M. THE ASCENSION" Second Presbyterian The Hlstorle Church of Which Henry Ward Beecher Was Minister Vermont and Pennsylvania Streets Ministers: JEAN S. MILNER, D.D. JOSEPH W. JOHNSTON OAKKL P. HALL, D.D. :45 A.M. Church School 11 A.M. Morning Worship "ON BEING HONEST" Dr. Mllner, Preaching Supper Lecture Thursday, a P.M. First Presbyterian Church Delaware at Sixteenth Ceorgt Arthur Prantg William M. Prltchard Jr. Two Morning Services 9:30 and 11 A.M. "THRILLS FOR YOU" Isaiah A0:5 Dr. Frants, Preaching Young Adults T P.M. Find your place In our seven-day-a-week program by calling PL. 1491 t NORTHMTNSTER Keasler Boulevard and Ralston 7. R. CLOSTKRHOUSM, Mlnlstel Tw Services 9:15. 11 A.M. Sunday Bchool 9:15-11 A.M. Revival Scheduled By Community Chapel An intensified evangelistic crusade by members of the Community Chapel will get under way here Monday, according to an announcement by the Rev. Charles L. Trotter. Preaching each evening at 7:30 p.m. during the two-week campaign will be the Rev. F. A. Wirth, Petersburg, 111. Persons of all Christian faiths BETHLEHEM Central Ave. at 52nd St. CANTATE SUNDAY Festival of Bethlehem Choirs Promotion and Awards at Both Services 9:15 and 10:45 Our Church Is Such a Lovely Piac (German Poll Sonn. Lord. I Want to Be a Christian (Negro Spiritual) ... Children- -of -the Heavenly Father (Kwolun Hymn) , . . . . O Rejolio Ye Christians Loudl (Baclil Lift Thine Eyes (Mendelssohn! All Thy Works Praise Thee (Andrews) Were You There ( Net ro Spiritual) Gloria In Eacelsls Deo ( Motart Jo. Balr, Onanist and Choir Dlrecler VACATION BIBLE SCHOOLS WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR DISPLAY II COURSES FROM WHICH TO CHOOSE Tables and chairs that you may make your selection comfortably and leisurely. SAMPLE KITS AVAILABLE RETURN PRIVILEGE ON ALL UNUSED MERCHANDISE Church and Sunday Sohool Supplies PILGRIM PUBLISHING HOUSE , ! 1J I. OHIO ST. Brightwood Free Methodist Church K. .list and Forest Manor "TESSARO" Is Coming Hear Him Nightly at 7.30 MayS Thru May 17 Everyone Welcome UZi. UNITY TRUTH CENTER Affiliated with Unity, Lee s Summit, Mo. MARCARET STRAHI.E MINISTER AND LEADER D-A.R Chapter Hnuse. 24 N Penn. Sunday School, 9:45 AM. Sunday Service, 11:00 AM. HOW TO WIN VICTORIES" Mloweea Service. Wert.. p m. Da:ly Activities Unity Center Quarters. Clsypool Hotel Open Daily Exceot Sunday 10 00 A M. tt 4: 00 P.M. Consultation Service Claftses Unity Literature fL. t Public Invited CHURCH OF CHRIST ASSEMBLES EACH LORDS DAT AT 10:SO A.M. TO WORSHIP GOO IN SPIRIT AND IN TRUTH mwrriTTV irrvMniNrt Trt TO THE CONTRIBUTIONS AND TO THE BREAKINO OP THE LOAF AND TO THE PRAYERS. ACTS 1 43 WE EXHORT ALL DISCIPLES W'HOWAfTT THK WORSHIP RESTORED TO ITS ANCDSNT SIMPLICITY AMD PURITY TO COME AND HELP US. EVERYBODY WELCOME. WILLIAM L. METZ MINISTER YOUTH FOR CHRIST Hoadquartart for Inter-Church Activities Present DR. HERBERT LOCKYER NOTED ENGLISH TREACHER and The Popular TAYLOR UNIVERSITY A CAPELLA CHOIR WELCOME TONIGHT 7:30 In tin Youth for Christ Auditorium SOU North Meridian St. ROGER MALSBARY, Director Coming: May 16. Premier showing of the amazing story that shocked the world of Sgt. Jacob DeShazer at Cadle Tabernacle. JT m 1(11 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES Branches of The Mother Church The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Mass. Morning Servicet and Sunday School at 11 o'clock. Sunday Evening Services as Noted. Wednesday Evenings at 8 P.M. NORTHEAST rirst Chareh S30 I. 3ftth St. undav School, 9:30 and 11 A M. Reading Room, Church Edilice DOWNTOWN Second Chareh Delaware at 12th St. Sunday Evening Service, 5PM Reading Room, 1541 14. Illinois St. 34TH STREET Third Church Washington Blvd. at 34th St. Sunday Evening Service, 8 P M. Reading Room, 210 E. 34th St. WEST SIDE Chrlatian Science Society 2246 W. Washington Reading Room, Church Edifice DOWNTOWN READING ROOM CHRISTIAN Brightwood Christian 8th and Station Paul C. Keeling, Minister :30 A.M. Worship and Study Cintrol Chrlwtian Delaware and walnut Streets 1700 North I Dr. W. A. Shtillenberger, Minister Church School 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship 1 0:45 A.M. Music bv Excellent Choir "RIGHT AND WRONG VIEWS OP PROVIDENCE" Touth Fellowship 6:30 P.M. Thursday. 7:00 P.M. Chapel Hour iVorrhwoosf Christian 40th and Central THEO. O. FISHER. Minister Unified Service 9: SO A M. Second Service 11:15 A.M. North Taeoma Christian S502 E. 3STH STREET Bruce I. Miller. Minister Two Worship Houri 9:30 to 10:3011:15 to U:1S Church School 10:30 to 11:00 Evening Worship and Communion, 7:30 P.M. Centenary Christian llth and Oxford Street! Church School 9:30 A.M. Church Services 10:30 A.M. G. LAVON FISHER. Minister Unlvtrsity Park Christian 4550 N. Illinois LEWIS A. McADOW, Minister SO Church School 10:45, Worship Lawronca Christian 139 E. 4 Sth St. 9:30 Bible School 10:30 Worship LESLIE SHURGOTT, Mlnlnter last 49th Street Christian 49th St. and Klntsler Drive RUSSELL F. BLOWERS. Minuter SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1953 U.S. Workers Dropped Washington (UP) The government dropped 20,300 civilian employes during March in tha greatest monthly cutback since the Korean War started, the Civil Service Commission reported yesterday. The Defense Department accounted for 17, 900 of the decrease. were invited to take part In th revival prayer meetings. LUTHERAN CHURCH Donald K. Elder, Pastor Cherub Choir . . . Crusader Choir , All Choirs . . . .Men and Boys .'Women and Girls .Hlsh School Choir . .Bethlehem Choir , . .Bethlehem Choir Rata Knannlela. Toms. Choir Dlrecler MA. 6481 ZION IVAMitLICAL a KIIIIHMID THIBCH .N'e Jersey an4 North St.. FREDERICK R. DAMES. Pastor PAUL H. FilANKENFKLD. Assoc. Pastor 00 A.M. First Service of Worship Sermon by Pastor Prankerifeld Subject of Sermon: "WINNING RESPECT" 45 A.M. Church School 10:40 A.M. Second Servica of Worship Sermon by Pastor Danes Subject of Sermon: "SKEK1NG TrtB WILL Or GOD' ATTEND CltTKCH SUNDAY Congrcgntlonnt First Church 16th and Delaware 3 a small sna -Ad Intimate Church i I smh a larsa I I P and wned U program. m t J Church School "TrtJ and Mornlne 1. ...... I t I . w "ADVENTUROUS CHURCHES" Dr. Nelson Dreler. Preachlnf 27 N. Richland St. THS? VWACHTNC: OP THTS APOSTLES AND IRVINGT0N (EAST) f ourth Charch Pleasant Run Blvd., S. Dr., at Butler Sunday Evening Servlre, 5 P M. Reading Room, Church edifice BROAD RIPPLE (NORTH) Plfth Churrh College Ave. at 62d St. Sunday Evening Service. 7:30 P M, Reading Room. Church Edifice SOUTH SIDE Sixth Church 1002 North Garfield Dr. Reading Koom. Church Edifice NORTHWEST Seventh Church (Colored) 337 W. 32d St. C. ...... a,hnnl 0-3C1 A. W Reading Room, Church Edifice AT 30 NORTH PENNSYLVANIA CHURCHES lighth Christian Church 14th and Bellevlew Place. IM. 771 PAUL C HUEBU. Minister Bible School. 9:30 o'clock Morning Worship. 10:30 o'clock "THE EVIL GENERATION" Inglewood Christian 67 N. Rural Bt DR. HARRY POLL. Minister Bible School. 9:30 A.M. Two Morning Serrlces. t: 15-10:45 CHRIST IS THE SON OF GOD" Evening Worshlr . 7:30 P M. THE CALLING OF MATTHEW" fountain Square Christian 101 S. Shelby St (Cor. Lexington) W. t. MA THIS, Past or 9:30 A M. Bible School 10:SO AM Worship Service "HOW WONDERFUL TO BK ALIVE 7: SO PM. Evening Worship THE UNPARDONABLE SIN Third Christian 17th at Broadway DR. A. C. BROOKS. Minister 9-SO Church School 10: SO Worship "HOW TO HAVE A HAPPY HOME" 00 P.M. CYP :S0 P.M. Thursdiy Fellowship Dinner Rev. Don West Will Show Fllmt en Bis Recent Trip Around the World Olive Branch Christian Raymond and 6. Penn. DR. BENTON B. MILLER 9:30 A.M. Worship and Study 1

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