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2S-Paim Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nov. 2, 1968 Many Schools Ignoring High Court Invitation Dr. Lindsay Starts 20th Year At Royal Poinciana Mil pastor cf Royal Poinciana Chapel tfl Whitehall Way, ings, how teachers should approach such courses, where curriculum materials and audio-visual aids may be obtained, and lists communtlies where schools are successfully experimenting with such courses. The barriers of public Indifference and administrative timidity may be harder to crack. But they too can be' oyercome, as some pioneering, communities have already demonstrated, If churchgoing families make their influence felt through PTA's and in school board elections. In every community who can make a lot ot noise and trouble.". .' Still another barrier to religion courses, Powell says, is that teachers feel ill-prepared to cope with them, and do not know where to find instructional materials. This problem, at least, is now surmountable. Two officials of the Religious Instruction Association, James V. Pa-noch and David L. Barr, have compiled a practical handbook for teachers entitled "Religion Goes To School" Harper & Row. It describes lucidly what is permissible under Court rul , id Palm Beach. HewiH preach the opening service of the season at 11 a.m. C. Russell Henderson, musical director, will conduct the chapel quartet and preside at the organ. The chapel was built ' by Henry M. Flagler In 1895 and is non-denominational. Con-, gregatlonal, Presbyterian,., and Methodist clergymen have occupied the pulpit, characterizing its religious spirit over the years. . It has become known to town residents and visitors as Palm Beach's "Little White Church on the Trail." Born In Prestwick, Scotland, some three miles from Robert Burns' birthplace, Dr. Lindsay became a student of Burns' work, and possesses some of his first editions. Dr. Lindsay was formerly pastor of the Baptist Church in Brookline, Mass., and also served as professor of preaching and pastoral administration at Andover Newton Theological Seminary and Boston University School of Theology. Dr. and Mrs. Lindsay are In residence at their winter home on Seavlew Avenue following their return this week. During the summer Dr. Lindsay serves as pastor with the Lake Placid (N.Y.) Club, a capacity In which he has also served 20 years. LT. COL. AND MRS. FRANK LONGINO Salvation Army-Programs Set f9A 1 . "! J NEWS OF RELIGION Dr. Samuel M. Lindsay begins his 20th year Sunday as DR. SAMUEL Bishop Takes Pulpit Work LOS ANGELES (AP) - In an action without precedent in Methodism, Bishop Gerald Kennedy has decided to become a parish pastor, while at ' the same time continuing to head the Los Angeles church area. "I believe In the local church more than ever," he said, In announcing that he will become senior minister of. First United Methodist Church, Pasadena, on Dec. 8. "I believe that If Christianity. Is to win It will be on that front. It seems to me that a bishop or any other bureaucrat needs to participate responsibly where the action is." Christian Church of SPIRITUAL SCIENCE 1601 East Hilliboreugh Blvd. Dctrfitld Chambtr f Ctmmtni Sunday Strvki I 00 P.M. Heeling. Owin Worship and Mauagtt lav. Paorl Ftrncndti, Patter and C-W.rlwn ,m ii iu in mi. ii i mm nr ,n .mi A ',U , ' , , t A i , tf , ft : 11' i l; H I I f i M. LINDSAY Services will be conducted dally by Salvation Army Lt.. Col. and Mrs. Frank Longipo Tuesday through Sunday. They also will make a number of appearances before other groups during the coming week. The Tampa evangelists, with a musical and preaching-teaching background, will conduct services at 7:30 p.m. for six days at the Salvation Army Citadel, Dixie at Gardenia Street, according to local Brig. Lonnie Knight: Their theme will be: "Christ Is the Answer." "Winning Isn't Everything" will be their theme Tuesday noon at the downtown West Palm Beach Rotary Club luncheon meeting, Their weekday schedule will be climaxed Saturday with a musical program at the Citadel. The local Salvation Army "Songsters" will take part In the program. Phont 582-8300 ,-95-646 op BETHEL Tht Church 1132 16 Pastor 9:45 Sunday 7:30 New Christian Compendium NEW YORK (AP) The first two volumes of a new six-volume exposition of contemporary Christian thought, "Sacramentum Mundl: An Encyclopedia of Theology," are being Issued this fall by the ecumenical publishing house, Herder and Herder. Edited by noted German Catholic theologian, Karl Rah-ner, the work has been in preparation since 1952, and Includes more than 1,000 articles by Catholic and Protestant theologians on subjects ranging from Angels to Situation Ethics. Methodists NEW YORK (UPI) Meth-odlsts gave $49,161,597 for the church work In the fiscal year ended May 31, 1968, a decline from the record total of $50,443,002 In fiscal 1967, but the second highest total in the 38 years of the fund-raising service of Methodist local churches and annual conferences. In that time, Methodists have given more than half a billion dollars to the building of churches and to other phases of the church's mission in financial crusades. led by the denominational staff of professional fund-raisers, according to the Rev. Dr. Alton E.Lowe, New York. By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International A large majority of America's schools are still Ignoring the Supreme Court's Invitation to teach objectively about religion. The Invitation was extended live years ago, In the same ruling that held it was unconstitutional to conduct devotional exeitijes in public school classrooms. While government-sponsored acts of worship violate the constitutional guarantee of religious liberty, the Court said, there Is no legal, barrier to "study of the Bible or of religion, when presented ob-lectively as part of a secular program of education." This means that any public school Is free to offer academic courses In which students get acquainted with the Bible as one of the world's greatest masterpieces of literature, or make a comparative study of the various religious traditions that have helped to shape American history. Schools also can and, the Supreme Court strongly suggested, should Include consideration of religious viewpoints in social science, ethics, philosophy courses. Some schools are responding to this wide-open opportunity to help overcome the religious illiteracy of American youth. A survey by the Religious Instruction Association turned up 26 communities, ranging geographically from Newton, Mass., to Seattle, Wash., in which public high schools are offering courses ofi the Bible. At least six other communities, scattered across the nation from Claremont, Calif., to New Haven, Conn., are giving their students a chance to study 'comparative religion, the history of religions, or the role of religion as a formative influence In culture. There may be a few other communities that the Religious Instruction Association doesn't know about. But at best, only a tiny fraction of the nation's children are now getting the opportunity to gain a few solid facts to match against all of the freewheeling opinions about religion which swirl about their heads. Why are so few schools offering the kind of religious instruction that the Supreme Court approved as constitutional? ' Dr. Theodore Powell, commissioner of Connecticut state department of education, says there are several reasons why school administrators hold back from religion courses. In the first place, he says, there has been no great public demand foe them. Parents besiege schools to provide instruction on sex, drinking and auto driving, but evidently "do not consider religious knowledge important." Even if there were a public demand for courses about religion, school administrators "might be apprehensive about the few bigots and crackpots Christian Business Men's. COMMITTEE LUNCHEON STOUFFER'S RESTAURANT HOLIDAY INN, COWNIOWN W.F.I. 13:15 Ivtry TiMiday No R.iflrvaliont ntt.itary Info - 832-3566 SrnooJ - 9.?0 AM; Child Care M " VOICE OF UNITY - Tha Rev. Erie Butterworth will speak on 8 p.m. Wednesday al Unity ot Lake Worth, 63t North H St. He is minister at the Unity Center of Practical Christianity in New York City.. miuii mum v)i ili w, ,., i j TEMPLE ' with Viii'm far Your Fulurt (Assembly of God). Ave. No. Lake Worth! William C. Wynn Sunday Servicti School 1 Ii00 Morning Worship P.M. Evanil!it!e Srvlc MISSIONARY CONFERENCE - Speakers Sunday throuRh Wednesday at Emmanuel Baptist Church, 1!)01 Barbados St., Lake Clarke Shores, will include Dr. Brinson McGowen, chief of surgery at Good Samaritan Hospital, Tampa, and his wife, (above). The Rev. David T. Jordan, pastor, said other speakers will include the Rev. and Mrs. Paul Metzler, Republic of Chad, Cen-. tral Africa, and the Rev. Donald A. Girton, Bolivar, Venezuela. Services will be at 11 a.m. Sunday, 7:45 p.m. each day and 10 a.m. Tuesday and Wednesday. CHURCH OF GOD 709 NO. T St., LAKE WORTH Sunday School 9:43 A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. Wed., Family Training Hour (YPE) 7:45 P.M. Rv. Dwy Horndon, Paitor PTI l .HW l in I .lljl..LiLl JiL.ILllLnllLWIlJ"."-l'."!IWll lU)l I W.IIII JIH' ) HJ1' ' '.L ' J-" W U "-'J- " t 3 t " " ' ' " COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH 2835GulfstreamRd., Palm Springs Sunday School g:30 A.M. Morning Worship 10:30 A.M. Evening Service 7:00 P.M. Wed. Evening Bible Study 7:30'P.M. Dwight Chaplain, Minister- Ph. 965-6280 ST. MARY'S OHTHO00X CHURCH 1317 Florida Mango Rd., Watt Palm Beach, Florida - The Riv. BASH WAGONER, PASTOR Church Phen 965-5007 SUNDAY DIVINE LITURGY 10:30 A.M., CHURCH SCHOOL t:M A.M. Confessions: Before all services and by appointment. Vespers and Religioui Discussions 7:30 P.M. Sunday. Weekday liturgy 9:30 a.m.. Wed. and Friday Services are in English. Vmmn Welcome ' UNITARIAN NIVERSALIST 601 Hibiscus Street, W.P.B. Dr. John Rose Minister 10:30 A.M. Monroe fmith Guest Speaker "Japanese Youth 1968" assisted by Suako Nakamura Church School 10:15 A.M. SPIRITUALIST CHURCH of Divine. Life 1267 So. Military (Upstairs lil' General)-Sunday Services! Spiritual Healing 7 P.M. Worship & Messages 7:30 P.M. Rev. Joseph Martin The People's Church 1273 So. Military Trail upsroirt ever Hardwo iron 9:45 Sunday School 11:CX)AJy.4 7:00 PM. 7:30 P.M. Thursday Prayer Service PEOPLE OF ALL FAITHS WELCOME 967-2525 683-5103 REV. CARl GOLD PASIOR L UNION CONGREGATIONAL CI I MICH (United Church Of Christ) 2727 GEORGIA AVE., WEST PAIM BEACH South of Belvedere Rd. ' Rev. Allyn K. Wadleigh, Poster Youth Sunday Obsrrvanre visitors "SC.ENCE nf mm I welcome FIRST CHURCH of RELIGIOUS SCIENCE IRNIST HOLMIS, POUNDI Nm-OmmlrallMel - JOHN MITIN, MINISTII 811 N. OLIVE AVE., W.P.B. Phone 833 9564 OrEN DAILY 9 to 1 1 11 A.M. 'Do You Know Your Secret Self?". Hear John Partin 9 A.M. WJNO LIFE ENRICHMENT Services at Calvary United Methodist Church, Lake Worth, will be conducted by the Rev. Rod Ruby, tenor guest singing evangelist at the 11 a.m. service Sunday and 7:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday. He has sung-with many musical groups, Including Fred Wiring's Tennsylvanians, and been song leader at Florida Conference meetings. He is now serving United Methodist churches at Lake Harbor and South Bay. If nrthip Sm ice U A.M. Church Take worth . lake worth North Federal Church of ChrUl Tonlh Avenue Church of Chriit 7J0 North Fidoral Highway 3846 Ttnth Av,nut North ibl Study 10:00 A.M. Biblt Study . . .' 10 00 A M Morning Worship ...11,00 A.M. Morning Worship ...11:00AM Evening Worship .... .6:30 P.M. .Evening Worship 6:30 P.m! J.M. Morrii, Minister jim Oondo, Minister Phono 585-0289 Phono 965 0787 PALM BEACH GARDENS DEIRAY BEACH . Northsidt Church of Christ j,,,,), Moral Church of Christ 4436 Wni Loko Perk Road gg SE 6th Avonue Blt Study 10:00A.M.. Bible Study .....'...10:00 A.M.' Morning Worship ... 1 1 .00 A.M. . Morning Worship . . . 1 1 :00 A.M." Evening Worship .....6:30 P.M. Evening Worship .....6:00 P.M.,. Nelson P. Aliup," Minister " ' O.E. Moss, Minister Phono 848-0817 Phono 778-3831 TUNE IN TO OUR DEVOTIONAL BROADCAST WQXT . 1340, A.M. - WW0S - 97.9 F.M. MOW., -FRI., 7:15 A.M. Every Sunday, . , Public Proyer Room Open to 7 j loeln, 8iftt Coniultatieii WELCOME TO THE FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH UNITED CHURCH OF CKRIST 1415 NORTH "K" STREET LAKE WORTH 9:30 A.M. Church School ' 9:30 & 11:00 A.M. Morning Service 4:00 P.M. Choir Concert 7:30 P.M. Youth Fellowship rf THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH ROYAL POiriCIAFlA CHAPEL Whitehall Way, Palm Beach Inter-Denominational Dr. Samuel M. Lindsay Will Preach 11 A.M. C. Russell Henderson, Musical Director ST. MARK'S PALM BEACH GARDENS Church Fees Abolished ATHENS, Greece (AP) Archbishop Hieronymos of Athens and all Greece has abolished mandatory payments to Greek Orthodox priests tor officiating at weddings, funerals, baptisms and other church services. In the tuture, "It Is up to 'Christians to give any amount they consider proper," the Greek. Orthodox primate declared In an encyclical. The funds, he said, "will be distributed between the church and its personnel." Youth Served The Lutheran World Federation (LWF) at Its Fifth Assembly In Port Alegre, Brazil, In 1970, will respond to widespread demand of youth to; a voice In decision-making processes. The Lutheran Council In the USA reports that the LWF, meeting In Geneva, voted to give full voting status to at .least 42 delegates in the 18-25 year age group at the Assembly. The voting delegate figure tor the Porto Alegre meeting has been set at 203 for tht 75 , worldwide member churches which will- send .'xepresenta-. UNITY Teaches "Draw nigli to God, and HE WILL DRAW NIGH TO YOU" (JAMES) Christian Scientists believe that on inspiring and healing understanding of God's love is within reach1 of every man, woman, and child. It grows and unfolds in your life through consistent study, spiritual searching, deep prayer, and the willingness and constant effort to live by the law of Christ. This is the reason for the Christian Science Bible lessons, the Reading Room, the church services and Sunday School. You are always welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST ett Film Beach Flagler Drive at Okeechobee Rot J Sunday 1 1 tun, Vedneeday 8 p.m. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST North Pilra Beaek 101 Caetlewood Street Sunday 11 A.M. Wednesday 8 P.M. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Lake Torts ' 918 Lakeeide Drire Sunday 11 a.m. Wed. 8 p-m. SUBJECT THIS SUNDAY "Everlasting Punishment" 3395 Burns Rd. 8:00 and 10:00 AM. ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH RIVIERA BEACH 21 West 22nd St. 8:00 and 9:30 A.M. GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH WEST PALM BEACH 36th St. and Australian Ave, 8 and 10 A.M. ST. CHRISTOPHER'S Cor. Haverhill & Belvedere Rd. 7:30 and 9:30 a.m. ST. PATRICK'S WEST PALM BEACH 418 Sapodilla St. 7:00, 1 1:00 AM. 7r00 PM. BETHESDA-BY-THE SEA PALM BEACH So. County Rd. & Barton Ave. 8, 9, 1 1, AM. & 5:15 ?M. HOLY'TRiNITY WEST PALM BEACH 636 So. Olive Ave. 7.30, 9:00 and 1 1:00 A.M. HOLY SPIRIT WEST PALM BEACH 1003 Allendale Rd. Masses 8, 9, 11 and E.P. 6 P.M. HOLY REDEEMER-LAKE WORTH Kirk Rd. at Lokewood Rd. 8:00, 9:30 and 11:15 A.M. ST. ANDREW'S LAKE WORTH J 00 No. Palmway,' 7:30,;9:06.& H AKMMr'i- GUARDIAN ANGELS LANTANA Cardinal at Hypoluxo Rd. 7.30. 8, id AM. & 6 P.M.. ST. PAUL'S - DELR AY BEACH ' 188 I Swintoft Ave. 8:00, 9:30, end ifilg AiM.-. As the Psalmist became increasingly conscious of God's forgiving love, he was able to avail himself of two other spiritual antidotes: joy and praise. Thus he advised everyone to "Be glad . . . rejoice . . . and shout for joy." Both joy and praise are potent factors In the building of a healthy body. .They are ingredients in a healing balm that soothes the nerves and improves circulation through an increased consciousness of life. One who gives himself to joy and praine and thanksgiving focuses attention upon life's goodness. He finds more reasons for joy and praise,' and thus he is receptive to the healing, restorative, life-giving poner of God. When he tools on the bright side of every situation, he discovers that the world looks better from behind a smile, while he and his smile look better to the world. Avail yourself of the restorative powers of forgiveness and joy and prie! U'eckly Unity. tJnnysf D'tlrrletti Onity of loll Worth Unity tf th Palm Whts 101 WW 22nd St. 27i-7M 631 M. H St. 5I2-356J 1?57 S. flojlw Dr. 833-4433 HSi

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