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Page 4 -NAl!GATUCKNKWS (Conn.) Saturday. June 5,1916 WIIEKKTHERE'SLIFE, THERE'S HOPE Medical science does all within fc Corner let us shiltthe meaning otthc two words-life and hope. With the word "life" think of the spiritual life—Ihe communion with God Pinebrook Assembly Of God The Apostle Peter says, "Set your hope fully upon the Grace that is coming lo you at the revelation of Jesus Christ." (1 Peter 1:13) Perhaps we think of the hope of heaven loo little in good days. We can become so up- to-date that we never think past its power lo exlend the life-span which comes lo us w, hHis.grace, of humanity. Life-saving devices With the word "hope hmkofthe have been invented and used lo conviclionthatweshallnotspend Ihe fullest degree to extend life eternity m hell. Where there is lor even a short while. Everyone ^ritual life, there is the hope of loves life and goes lo great ex pense to maintain health and to extend (he life-span. When we are confronted with an incurable disease, we are still hopeful that it will not be incurable, but that some miracle will take place. How ollen does not a similar 1 scene take place as the following: ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^^^^^.^ \ aeainsl Ihe hospital that in our eternal future we shall for Ihe deaf. This week is Paul wall She stared at the c "J°y lhe pleasure ol being with Revere Sunday and all who al, r [^'snocket- God in heaven, we have more tmd will receive a miniature CilyHill anil \Voos. terSt, Rev. Colcman Itarlow, Pastor "But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become Ihe sonsofGod,even to (hern that believe on his name." John 1: 12 Sunday - 9:« a.m., Sunday School with classes for all ages, including adults, young adults "Where there's life, there's of the disappoinlmenls and trials . "",, of life. We well understand why In the face ol-sickness and some people say. "\Vhat is there pending operations in hospilals to be happy about?" There is rnddoclor?office a weo(tenhear another side of Me and that is to, (He words, "Where there's life, "Rejoice m hi; Lord always. In here's hope." Obviously the »>e light of God's redemptive word 'life" refers lo physical work in Christ, we Hnd a truer existence on this earth; and the ^escr ption of our life m David's belief that health will be regained) and the patient will not die. Bu| St. Francis (Koman Catholic) HI. llcv.Msgr. Joseph llealey. Pastor llev. Raymond Pitruzzcllo Her.John K. Lynch SUNDAY MASSES: 7::iO.8:45.10,ll:15a,m. CIIAI'Kl,: 10:05 a.m. V1CJ1I, MASSES: Salur(lav5an37 p.m. CONFESSION'S: Saturday 4 lo 5 and alter the 7:00 p.m. Mass until 9 p.m. St. Vincent Ferrer's . ••. • CrossSlre*»Scriool>;; Cross Street Rev. Albert Karalis table hefore me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anoinlesl my head wilh oil: my cup runneth over." The picture is lhal of a rich feast in a slrong castle, while a hostile army vainly assaults the gates to disturb the feast. Such, indeed, is the life of Ihe Christian- joy in Ihe midst of conflict, calm in the midst of storm, smiles amidst tears, radiance amid encircling gloom. The day looks brighter and the nights seem shorter as we place ourselves into the hands of the 1/ird. Hope and confidence once more fill our hearts, and we look ahead with an uplifted head, even though we cannot sec the end of the road nor beyond Ihe present day. Of one thing we are sure, when tomorrow comes, the I-ord will be there wilh His love and His grace and give us Ihe needed strength to carry on. 11 a.m. — Morning worship with sermon by the Rev. Coleman Barlow, pastor. Communion, Children's Church and nursery. 5:30 p.m. — prayer service 7 p.m. — Evangelislie Service Monday, 7 p.m. — board -\ meeting Tuesday, 7 p.m. — Royal Hangers and Missionettes Wednesday, 7 p.m. - Bible . study and Christ's Ambassadors . youth meeting. Friday - lloyal Hangers Pow Wow for the weekend at Camp Charllon, Mass. For transportation or information, call 729-9770 or 7290508. Lady Of Fatima Church Congregational Church \ Ministers: I George I'rancis Fisher 1 Laurie WhinnemKUer | Pentecost — The liev. Mr. Fisher will preach at bolh Cervices and Holy Communion will be celebrated at both services. Chapel Worship - 8:30 a.m. in the Parish House; pianist, Lisa Parechanian. Morning Worship — 10:30 a.m. in Ihe Sanctuary; Greelers: Mr. 6-' and Mrs. Alexander Hedzega. Sunday Service and Sunday at 8 o'clock, which includes School 10:45 a.m. teslimonies of Christian Science Nursery available for pre- Healing. Sunday School Children. A Free Christian Science Wednesday Evening Meeting Reading Room at 178 West Main Street is open daily from 9:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m., where the Bible, Science and Health wilh Key to the Scriptures by Mary | Baker Eddy, and all authorized (Christian Science Literature Covenant Hillside Avenue Nsugatuck. Conn. Allan F. Johnson Minister Church Jehovah's Witnesses Safeguard For You." Schedule of Masses al St. Vincent Ferrer's Church held at Cross Street School: Sunday Vigil Mass held Saturday at 5 and 7 p.m. Sunday morning Masses: 8 a.m. and 10a.m. .First Baptist. Church Of ; Waterbury Music a.m. Watchtower Study ^ The Subject of the Lesson- Sunday - 9:30 a.m. School. 11 a.m. Morning Worship Service for Penlecost Sunday. The Adult choir will sing. Old Testament Lesson: Joel 2:2M2. NewTestament Lesson: Acts 2:121. Contemporary Witness: Miss Krislin Lindgren. Children's 'astor Johnson. "The Spirit Of God Populace" Text: Joel 2:28, 29. Religion In America By David E. Anderson The human impulse for century, religious experience often finds p e ild has sought the secret ol itself expressed in Ihe exotic, the Dervishes and the whirling In recent years, in particular, <j a nee they do called "the turn Americans of all stripes and f or a dozen years. He has told persuasions have found them- ihe story of that search and the selves exploring a whole (e acher who finally brought variety of culls, ranging from him to the Dervishes in a book, satanism through witchcraft, "The Last Harrier" (Harper various forms of esoteric and How) which for many will meditation - including teen- be reminescent of Ihe popular aged gurus with a penchant for nov els of Herman Hesse or Ihe luxurious toys — and self- m0 re recent writings of Carlos proclaimed Messiahs with a Castaneda. fondness for mass marriages. The origins of the dance Some of Ihe cults are belong to the middle of the 13th legitimate strivings alter the Century and the story is told peace and self-fulfillment pro- that it began when the Sufi raised in the religious expericn- sa int Ilumi, while watching "a ce; others are not so goldsmith working, was brought legitimate, seeking to exploit into a state of whirling ecstasy, the followers for the leaders' The Sufi way to the knowled- gain. ge, the experience of what Of the legitimate, one of the f- e ild would call the "metaphy- most ancient and exotic — and s i cs of ecstasy" always has hitherto secret — religious rites been a secret path only for has been that of the whirling initiates. Indeed, his book is (he Dervishes of Turkey. chronicle of the tests - "1 blew Reshad Feild is what easily most of them," he said in an might be called a devotee of interview - put in his way by Ihe esoteric and the spiritually his teacher before being taught exotic. A practitioner of the ihe dance, healing arts, he has studied Feild, however, wants to with the Druids of Britain and !na ke the dance public proper- is an initiate of Ihe teachings of (y. the Sufi Muslim tradition, "We're at the verge of the which includes Ihe way of the greatest change in history," he Dervishes. said. "There's no lime lo fiddle Because of the immense about with this secret society power they once wielded, the stuff, it's now out of the bag Dervishes have been illegal in an d Ihe question is, lets get on their native Turkey for half a vvith it." Holy Saviour (Polish Ntliona I Catholic Church 118 Prosp«l Strut Rev. John Silagowski Pastor Penlecost Sunday 7:30 a.m. Private anfession for young people and children He said Ihe Sufi Muslim way originally had been known • as "the path of the householder" and that he wanted "lo bring out to the average man what can be useful to him" in his search for God. Feild also disavows any intention of starting a sect based on the turn. "Sufism is not involved with form," he said. "I have no time Our Lady Of Fatima 2071 Baldwin Sired Waterbury. Connecticut J Rehearsal I I Ringers. Ilifv. Nelson S. Hrtriro. Pastor | fnursda 1 * ' n^;.. a r. Sunday - 10:30 a.m. Church School Day - Presentation of certificates to graduates. Special music by the Junior Choir. Junior Bell Choir and Youth Bell Choirs. •1:30 p.m. Planning Conference for teachers and members of the Board of Christian Education. Monday • 7:30 p.m. Meeting of Ihe Scholarship Committee. Wednesday -12:30 p.m. Bunker Hill Group Luncheon. 7:30 p.m. Rehearsal of Naugabury Bell Robert Norton, trumpets, and Congregation Bible Study (Group Robert Flynn and Donald Discussion) "Man's Salvation * Hayward, trombones. Prelude: 'Sonata pian'e forte, Giovanni Gabriel; anthem bv Ihe Adult . . „ Choir, "If Ye-Love Me Keep My 21 - "*»* Sln i Are For » vai -, Commandments," Thomas "^ There a Time lo Judge?" Tallis; postlude: Entrata Rachel. Fesliva, Flor Peelers. Out of World Distress At Hand!" f™ay- 7:30 p.m. Theocratic ™" 5 12: > 8:M P- m K ">S*>m Service Salem Lutheran Child Care- 10:30 a.m. in the Meeting "Use the Bible - Its •arish House for young children. Message _ ^s ^'"^ .on." "How Well Do W arrn"invitationtoallto joinwith iw Your Family?" u, e fellowship • of Salem for Lowell L. Bernard, Pastor 20SalemStretl Church Parlor 729-8126 Church Office 721-0246 Parsonage 729-2692 Pastor Bernard extends Parish I louse for young . \otes For The Week "Highlight the Bible in Your Sunday - Hypoglycemia Group, Conversation 3 pm High School Handbell Y u K " ow Your Family? u, e fellowship Choir, 5 p.m. (last rehearsal). Concluding comments. Branch worship Monday - 2:30 p.m. Girl Scouts. Tuesday-7:30p.m. Bible Study •and Prayer Group. 8:30 p.m. Evangelism Committee. Wednesday • 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. 7:30 p.m. Board of Christian Education. Next Sunday - 7 p.m. A drama group, Doxa Logos, from North Park College in Chicago will present a program. New Haven Uamrwi Baptist Chapel 8r ^"c ' "fVmrn TTin iday • 7:15 p.m. Senior Ctair. 9 p.m. Adult Bell Choir. Music for Sunday - Prelude, "Happy iJind" and "Pisgah" Dale Wood from "American Folk Youth Handbell Organ. Anthem, Crown Him Wilh Many- Crowns", Elvey Junior Bell Choir. Offertory, "Everywhere I Located East Haven, at ..v Go", Sleeth, Junior Choir, tersection of Route 88 and North Postlude. "Prelude and Air", High Slreet McCleary. Youlh Handbell Choir. Rev Howard P. Williams, Organist and Choir Director and Bell Choir Director, Mrs. Charles D. McCleary. A If dialed with Southern llaplisl Convent! on Past or St, Hedwig's IRomanCalholic) Hev. Anthony A. Smialowski Pastor Saturday 5 p.m.-Vigil Mass Saturday 7 p.m. — Vigil Mass Sunday's, 9:30. 10:45 and 12 noon. The 6 a.m cancelled. Middlebury Baptist Sunday 9:45 a.m. - Sunday- School. " 11 a.m. • Morning Worship. 5:45 p.m. - Youth Groups. 7 p.m. Evening Services. Tuesday, 7 p.m. - Christian Mass has been Service Brigade School. r Wednesday, 7 p.m. - Mid-week service. Friday. 7 pm. - Christian Service Brigade. Everyone is invited to attend any of the services. Nursery facilities are staffed for all Sunday Services. Pilgrim Fellowship 7 to 8:30 p.m. Election of Officers; all members are urged to be present. Monday - Business Committee, 8p.m. Tuesday - A.A. 10:30 a.m. Junior Choir, 3:30 p.m. Explorers, Post No. 102, 7 p.m. Wednesday-The Clothier, noon to 3 p.m. Pilgrim Handbell Choir, 4:15 p.m. (last rehearsal). Thursday - AI-Anon, 10:30 a.m. Boy Scouts, Troop 102, 7 p.m. Salurday-The Clothier, 10a.m. to 1 p.m. Reception for Dr. and Mrs. John Marsh,7:15 p.m. in the Parish House. All church members are invited lo the dessert and program honoring the Marshes, retired missionaries, who were commissioned in Ihe Naugaluck Utter. Questions from Readers. Immanuel Lutheran Rev. KrankJ.Meleschnig liOCoenSlrMl" TelephoneJ29-3J93 Naugaluck. Connecticut 3a.m. Church School for those four-years old thru the 9th <;rade. 9 a.m. Adult Study Group meets for coffee in the parlor. All Welcome. 10:30 a.m. Family Worship. Nursery care provided. School- St. Paul's Lutheran Millville Avenue at Hoadley Street Rev. Gregory Wismar Barnash Families. Req. of Henry and Caroline Sawicki. School of Christian Living Attendance certificates and Awards will be presented after Mass in church by the pastor. 2 p.m. Litany Scnice of the Blessed Sacrament. 2:15 p.m. Monthly meeting of the Holy Saviour Women's Adoration Society of the Blessed Sacrament. Monday - 7 p.m. Final NCYC youth club meeting of the season will be held in the parish hall. Tuesday • 8 a.m. Requiem . Mass for Mrs. Mary OLszewski. Req. of Mrs. Catherine Taranowicz. Wednesday - 5 p.m. Requiem Mass for Mr. Frank Niewinski. alternative) communities across ihe country and it is time for some cooperation, some cross-polinalion." Feild also showed impatience with (hose who retreat from life for meditation. Saturday — Pentecost Eve Req. of Mrs. Anna Niewinski and age children are expected at Service al 6:30 p.m. Family, worship. The service includes a The Organist: Mrs. Marilyn Friday • 8 a.m. Requiem Mass McFarland for Mrs. MaryOlszcwski. Rcq.of The Sermon Hymn: "Let Me Be Thine Forever" The Message: "Something To Talk About" The Closing Hymn: "Holy Spirit, Hear Us" Children's Talk and a hymn for the young In heart. The Day of Pentecost. Tomorrow is Confirmation The Organ Prelude - "Come Sunday. God Creator, Holy Ghost"-Bach. The following Christian per- The Processional Hymn- "Come, sons, after a period of study, will 0 Come, Thou Quickening Spirit" confirm, personally, the vows Meiningen Gasangbuch. made for them at their Baptism: The First Lesson - Ezekiel 37:1- Terri Lynne Hall, Sharon Louise 14. The Second Lesson - Acts 2:1- Johnson, Douglas Paul McCann, 21. The Holy Gospel - St. John Paul Edward Miller, Jr. and 7.^7.39 Ronald Willis Peterson. Pastor Bernard will preach. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Redden and Daughter. Saturday - 8 a.m. Requiem Mass for Mrs. Julia Krzykowski. Req. ol Mrs. Catherine Balwierczak. 9:30 a.m. Catechism class in church. [Final for the season). St. Anthony's (Roman Catholic! Prospect, Conn. Rtv. James O'Dea. Pastor I Rev. Joseph T.Donnelly ! Associate I Sunday Masses - 7:30, 9:30, 11 a.m. Saturday Vigil - 5 p.m. and 7:30 pm. Daily Mass -8a.m. Confession - Saturday 4-f:« p.m. and J-7:30p.m. Baptism - Sunday 12 noon. 0«V4>«»O^K»«»0*M»< Prospect Congregational OnTheCr«n Rev. Join Beck-Pastor Sunday - 10 ••m- Service sermon and Senior Choir Church School and Nursery Care All invited. St. Mary's tRomanCatlioh» I Rev. Edward Donnelly, | Pastor I Rev. Roland LaPlanle | AssistantPastor | Masses 8:00, 9:«, 11:00 Saturday Masses 5:00 and 7:00 United Churchi Beacon Falls, Conn. I Eugene McAlisler, Minister J Church School Sunday 10:30 a.m. Members of Church School will lead the worship service. Offertory - Meditation Phillips. Puppet Show by 5th and 6th grades. Nursery • 10:30 a.m. Pilgrim Fellowship 7 p.m. Calvary Baptist 3000 North MainSlmt Waterbury Sunday Worship - The Day of Pentecost —10:15 a.m. The Organist: Mrs. Martha- Lee Fenton The Opening Hymn: "Come, Holy Ghost Creator Blesst" MaclivnTs Juaiiita ' Fernandes,' they enter Salem. Dean Berry . The Gospel: St. John 7:37-39 Ingrid Krueger, and David Rio. and Miles Berry will serve as Th« s«-™nn- "Sompthin>T _ „ Order fr Confirmau'on for the Church on June 13,1928, and who following: Caroline Carreiro, Councilman, Peter Johnson, will served in RJiodesia for thirty-nine Michael ' Joeckel, Thomaslgreet members and guests as United Methodist Rev. Christopher D. Doyle. Jr. 214 Meadow Street St. Michael's Episcopal Hev. Andrew D. Smith Rector Pentecost 7:30 a.m. — Holy Communion Celebrant: The Reverend Andrew D. Smith Server: Mrs. George Goodwin 10 a.m. — Holy Communion Celebrant & Sermon: The Rev. Andrew Smith Lay Reader: Mr. John Billington Chalice Bearer: Mr. William Leuchars Server: James McMahon Candle Bearers: John Kolodziej and Dennis Peterson Music: Prelude: "Fantasia on Come Holy Ghost", Bach Processional Hymn No. 376. "Come Down, 0 Love Divine" Sequoice Hymn Xo. 103, "0 Come, Creator Spirit, Come" Sermon Hymn No, 370. "Spirit Divine, Attend our Prayers" The Sermon: "Somelhin'To The" AAJili°Choir"anthem - "If Ushers. David 'Walsh will be Talk About" based on Psalm 45 T hi s j s paUecosl Sunday and Offertory Anthem: "Come YeLoveMe"-Tallis TbeHymn- Acolyte. Ruth Vagt will be guest The Choir Anthem: "Holy Communion Sunday. The mor- Holy Ghost", Altwood "With Solemn Joy We Come, organist. The Salem Choir will Spirit, Heavenly Light" rare worshio service is at 10:15 Recessional Hymn Dear Lord" - Reinagle. The sing two selections: "Come, Holy Sermon - Pastor Mdeschnig. Ghost" and "A Confirmation Offertory Music • "How Sweet Blessing." Csrl S.'Peterson will Lay Reader: The Name of Jesus Sounds" - sing The Lord's Prayer. The Boruseiwicz • - ~ ' ' ' Ushers: John Anderson, John Reinagle. Communion Hymn - flowers in the Chancel given by " Author of Life Divine" -Dykes Delia and Vivien Anderson in Distribution of Bread and Wine loving remembrance of their Voight The Recessional Hymn -"Lead parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Acolyte: Mark Koslosky On OKingElernal"-Smarl.The Anderson. The flowers on the Altar Guild: Helen Graraky Organ Postlude - "Holy Father, Memorial Stand given by Mary In Thy Mercy" - Prout. Lupo in loving remembrance of Acolytes - Peter Melescrmig her husband, Anthony Lupo. and Michael Roland. Altar Guild Monday Evening • The St. Chairman - Mrs. Milton Gre!e. Brigit's Choir from Stockholm, Recessional Hymn No. 276, "Now Thank We all Our God" Postlude: "If Ihou But Suffer God to Guide Thee", Bach Weekly Notices: Sunday: Church School, 10- Nursery Care: Mary Wolter St. Michael's p e ter And Paul Ukrainian CatholicChurch (Roman Catholic) Beacon Falls Rev. John J.Sobolewskl Pallor Assistant Pastor Rev. John T. Mosk«s Masses7:30,9:15andlla.m. Saturday ati:M p.m. 105 Clifton Ave. AnsonU ring worship service is at 10:15 a.m. wilh Rev. Doyle bringing Ihe morning message. The Of- Brenda ferlory Anthem will be "The Communion Hymn." Nursery class will be con- Waller, Walter Pelchuck, Cliff ^ded during the 10:15 service 11;3 ° a m by Sally and Shellie Lupo. Kin- Colfc « 11our - " a m • - wir « dergarlen children's class will be Senior Choir rehearsal, II am held during that hour by Laurie ~ ch °ir Room Sweet and Wendy Getchell. Marriage Encounter Informa- Church school for grades 1-12 is ^mal Meeting. 7:M pm. - at9a.m. Ushers forthe month of Pansh Housc Those receiving the Rite of June are Bob Behlman and Wall Monday: Brownie, 3 p.m. „_ . _._ Confirmation Sunday morning Harris. Greeter for the month is Parish House Altar Flowers are giren by the Sweden, will present a concert in are: Robert Bilinsky, David L innea Behlman. Finance Committee Meeting, Mdeschnig Family. the sanctuary al 8 p.m. Tickets Cherkus, Lawrence Colina, Lisa Sunday - 6 pm. U.M.Y.F. 4:30 p.m.-Wing Sunday -9 a.m. Sunday Church are not needed as a free-will Lennan, Peter Murzyn, Eric Monday - 9:30 a.m. Al Anon, Men's Club, 7:30 p.m.-Parish School Mr William R Pohl.Jr, offering will be received at the Olsen, Charles Smith and David 7.30 pm Membership Com- 1Iouse supt.9a.m.AdultSludy Class. 10 concert. The public is invited. Wilde. mitlee Summer program staff a.m.YouthChoirrehearsal. 10:45 Tuesday evening - LCW Annual The Calendar a.m. Service of Confirmation and Dinner Meeting, 6:30 p.m. All Sunday, Sunday School and Holy Communion. 10:45 a.m. attending are arted to wear a Bible Class - 9 a.m. Child Care in Educational hat. Judges will award a priM for Worship»ith Holy Communion Building. 7:30 p.m. Naliona. the most comical hat, the most Marriage Encounter Information original, and lie prettiest. There Night held at St. Michael's will be an election of officers. The Church. program will be a presentation: Monday • 7 p.m. Anniversary "Sally's Hat Shop." Committee meeting. 8 p.m. Wednesday evening - Meeting Swedish Choir Concert held at of the Finance 1 Stewardship Salem Church. Committee, 7:30 p.m., in the Wednesday -7:30 p.m. Meeting Library Lounge. Summer Tuesday - 34:30 Girl Scouts, meeting, 7:30 p.m. - Wing 1-30 a m Exercise Class. Tuesday: Senior Girl.Scouls, 6 Thursday - 9:30 a.m. Eiercise P m - ~ Pa ™n «<«<* Class Vestry Meeting, 7:30 p.m. — Friday - 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Thrift Shop (closing day) 7:30 Study of Ladies' Aid Society held at the Thursday • Junior Choir Saturday, Erening Service home of Mrs. William Gerber. rehearsal at 6:30 p.m. Salem 5:30 pjn. -10:15 a.m. Monday, EMers Meeting — 7:30 p.m. ' Group (at Parsonage). Tuesday, Dorcas Guild Saturday - 10 a.m. lo I p.m. Meeting - 7:30 p.m. "Noah's Ark" Car Wash 4 Bake Wednesday, Church Choir Sale. 8:30 p.m. A.A. Rehearsal -7:30 p.m. A cordial invitation is extended f*earsal, 3:45 • 5 p.m. -Choir Friday - District Convention, toalltocomeandworshipwithus R <*™ Ml. Holyoke College, Mass. at Ihe United Methodist Church, Thursday Wednesday: 10 a.m. — Holy Communion 10:30 a.m. —Litany of Healirg Thursday: Junior Choir Niters Spring , frigidly church wilh a Banquet- Meet in parking total Future." 6:15 P- m -

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