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4 Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nov. 9, 1968 Ghettos Get Church Fund Events At Area Churches achieve "self-realization and economic independence." -5 iimmm Ai'i " niiinrr ft iif available 30 per cent ot me unrestricted funds in their investment portfolios for investment in ghetto enterprises that might offer low return and higher than normal risk. The Episcopal Church has in recent months diverted $720,-000 of its funds from big city-banks to Negro-conirolled ghetto banks. These funds are placed on time deposit, which means they are available to the banks for loans to ghetto enterprises. A number of Episcopal dioceses are following the example of the national Church by depositing part of their reserve funds in banks that are prime sources of loan capital to Negro entrepreneurs in the inner city. Some large local congregations also have been getting in the act. In Rochester. N.Y., Brick Presbyterian Church and St. Paul's Episcopal Church recently agreed to invest $110,000 of their endowment funds in the Rochester Business Opportunities Corporation, which was formed to help inner city residents BARTON ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH 1509 Barton Road, lake Worth REV. KENNETH HOUSER PASTOR Sunday 9:45 School 11:00 Worship 6:30 Youth 7:30 Eve Service Wed. 7:30 Prayer Mtg. in fellowship with GAR B.C. ByLOUSCASSELS I PI Religion Writer Most big religious denominations have substantial sums of money to invest. It comes from endowments, the reserves of clergy pension funds, church-operated insurance plans and similar sources. In the past, it has been invested conservatively in blue chip securities, savings banks or safe return real estate. Today, however, major Protestant bodies are blazing a new trail in Christian stewardship of money. They are channeling some of their investment funds into urban ghettos to finance housing and job-creating business enterprises. And they are choosing for their support projects which are owned and operated by Negroes or members of other ghetto-dwelling minorities. The United Presbyterian Church has invested more than $1.1 million in ghetto business and housing enterprises during recent months, and hopes to raise the figure to $9 million by the end of the year. The Presbyterian investments are being made under a mandate from the Church's General Assembly. At its annual meeting last May, it instructed all denominational boards and agencies to make Christion Business Men's COMMITTEE LUNCHEON STOPFER'S RESTAURANT HOUDr INN. DOWNTOWN W.P . 11:15 Ivory Twtday No fttwrationi rwfostory Info 832-3566 PRIMITIVE BAPTIST OLD SCHOOL Services 1st and 3rd Sundays EIDER ROBERT MING, PASTOR 810 FLORIDA-MANGO DR. near Cangratt Ave. BOYNTON BEACH A turkey dinner will be held today from 5 to 7 p.m. at St. John's United Methodist Church, 3215 N. Seacrest Blvd., Boynton Beach for the benefit of the ( hurch mortgage fund. The Rev. Louis L. Shields will speak on "So Near, and Yet So Far" at the 11 a.m. service and on "Why Prayers Go Unanswered" at the 7:.!0 ,,.m. service. DELRAY BEACH - Dr. Seth C. Morrow, recently installed as minister, of the First Presbyterian Church of Del-ray Beach, will have "The Roads We Will Travel Together the Highway of God," as his topic at the 11 a.m. service Sunday. BOCA RATON - "You Can't Fool God" will be the subject of the Rev. Albert G. Shiphorst, pastor, at the 9:30 and 11 a.m. services Sunday at the First Presbyterian Church of Boca Raton. BOCA RATON - A Thanksgiving-Christmas season holiday bazaar will be presented by the Episcopal Church women of St. Gregory's Episcopal Church, E. Boca Raton Road and Second Ave., Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. In the parish hall. Mrs. Frank Shober, general chairman, said bazaar offerings will include decorations for the two seasons, antiques, Christmas stockings and numerous otner items. LAKE PARK - Two study courses for adults will be conducted in Immanuel United Presbyterian Church, at Palmetto and Crescent Drives, according to the Rev. H. Ar-thurStephenson, pastor. The first will be a survey of the Old Testament and the Hebrew faith taught by Rabbi Hyman F'ishman of Temple Beth El, West Palm Beach. It will be conducted in two sessions, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and the following Tuesday. The second will be a defe-sive driving course at 7:30 p.m. on four consecutive Mondays starting Nov. 18. Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Charles Marrs is to be the lecturer. There should be pre-regis-tration for each course by calling the church office. RiVIERA BEACH "Our God and Our Times" will be the sermon topic of The Rev. Oren J. Elms at the 11 a.m. service Sunday at the First Baptist Church of Riviera Beach. Topic of the 7:15 p.m. sermon will be "Purpose of the Cross." PALM BEACH GARDENS The Rev. Robert M. Brit-tain of Trinity United Methodist Church, Palm Beach Gardens, has chosen for the topic of his sermons Sunday at 8:30 and 11 a.m., "Mastered by Matters or the Master." Evening vespers will be held at 6:30 followed by the first study session on Southeast Asia. A film on the Philippines will be shown, emphasizing Methodist work there. A class for children will be held as well as a nursery for pre-schoolers. NORTH PALM BEACH -"Repentance: What is It?" will be the topic of the Sunday sermon by C. Ernest Tatham, pastor at the 11 a.m. service in Palm Bible Chapel, 844 Prosperity Farms Road, North Palm Beach. RIVIERA BEACH Bishop M. T. Linkoiis, state overseer of the Church of God of Prophecy, will speak at the 11 a.m. service at the Riviera church, 1601 Ave. E, according to the Rev. L.B. Baggett, pastor. Evangelist and Mrs. T. H. Home of Macon, Ga., will conduct a revival at the church starting Sunday with services at 7 p.m. dally through the following Sunday. REV. CARL GOLD Ministerial Group Again Names Gold The Rev. Carl Gold has been re-elected chairman of the Full Gospel Ministerial Fellowship of Palm Beach County at annual dinner meeting held recently. It was the third consecutive year he has been elected to the position. He was pastor of Haverhill Church of God for six years, but left recently for other duties and now pastors the Peoples Church, 1273 S. Military Trail. Elected co-chairman was the Rev. James Campbell, pastor of the Church of God, 629 Fifth St. The Rev. James J. Griffis, pastor of the Church of God of Prophecy, 3093 Flow-eva St., was elected secretary-treasurer for his second term. Christian Church of SPIRITUAL SCIENCE 1601 East Hillsborough Blvd. Ovvrfiold Chambor of Commerce Sunday Service 0 00 P.M. Healing, Divine Werthip and Meuages Rev. feari Femendei, Poller and Ca-Worken FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH '301 No. 'J' STREET, LAKE WORTH BIBLE SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. WORSHIP SERVICE 10:45 A.M. Christian Youth Fellowship 8:30 I'M. Nurserv Provided Clarenco E. Rhodes, Minister Lakeside Presbyterian Church 4601 So. Flagler at Edition Donald W. Scott, Minister Church School 9:45 A.M. Sunday Worship Services 8:30 & 1 1 A.M. Nursery Provided tor all Services "A Convenient Time" The new president of the American Baptist Convention, Dr. Culbert G. Rutenber. thinks that contemporary Americans should heed the advice St. Paul gave to the Gala-tians 19 centuries ago: "Let us not become tired of doing good." "The current political mood gives alarming evidence that many American Christians are ready to "cop out' of the effort to grapple with the terror and turbulence of our time." says Dr. Rutenber. "These Christians are 'tired of doing good' and want to pull the blanket of law and order over their heads and go back to sleep." ALCOHOLIC WORKERS Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation Program says alcoholic workers in the Sunshine Slate now total 72,000 and the cos! to Florida business and industry is S72 million each year. UNITARIAN XIVERSALIST 601 Hibiscus Street, W.P.B. Dr. Jchn Rose Minister 10:30 A.M. "The Roles We Play" Air Conditioned Church School 10:15 A.M. Ph. 582-5715 IXCOMi: AT. BAPTIST 6:00 P.M. - Youth Hour 7:30 P.M. - Gospel Service Haverhill: Rev. David Cobb St.: Rev. Ed Oram exxxxxxxxxxxs CHURCH OF GOD 709 NO. r St., LAKE WORTH Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. Wed., Family Training Hour (YPE) 7:45 P.M. Rev. Dewey Herndon, Paitor COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH 2835GulfstreamRd., Palm Springs Sunday School 9:30 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 Janice Vandergrift will appear as "Statue of Liberty" and Memorie Urinor. Mar-lene and Wanda Casey will present a choir number; soloists will include Steve Schneller, Carole Faust, David Rhodes, Duane Carr and Wanda Casey. The offering will be used toward purchase of new choir robes. LAKE WORTH "The Lonely Crowd" will be the 11 a.m. topic Sunday of the Rev. David T. Scoates at the Lakeside United Methodist Church. At the 8 a.m. service the Rev. Lloyd Knox, coordinator in the Florida Conference of the Methodist Church for the Spanish Speaking Ministry, will speak. Also, at the church on Sunday a 7 p.m. service will consist of an hour of singing. On Thursday at 11:30 a.m. the Keenagers will meet for a covered-dish luncheon. LAKE WORTH The executive secretary of Home Missions of the Evangelical Covenant Church of America, the Rev. Paul W. Anderson of Chicago, will be the guest speaker at the 11 a.m. Sunday services of the Evangelical Covenant Church. "Civil Disobedience" will be the topic of Judge James C. Downey of the Palm Beach County Circuit Court, following the brunch Sunday at the Sacred Heart Holy Name Society. At X a.m., prior to the n unch, a corporate communion will be held during the mass. LAKE WORTH "In Search of An Answer" will be the subject at the 11 a.m. Sunday Devotional service at Unity of Lake Worth with Thomas Coates minister. "Remember to Keep it Holy" will be the Sunday morning topic of Dr. Franklin Carwithen at the Calvary United Methodist Church. Services begin at 11 a.m. Evening services at 7:30 will have the topic "Cleansed As They Want." LAKE WORTH The Episcopal Church of the Holy Redeemer on Kirk Road will remember those who died while on military duty at services Sunday at' 8, 9:30 and 11:1") a.m. and 7 p.m., according to the Rev. Leslie B. Jenkins, pastor. LAKE WORTH Revival services will be at the Free Methodist Church Sunday through next Sunday. The Rev. Thomas E. Elder, pastor of the First Free Methodist Church in Atlanta, will conduct the services beginning at 7 p.m. Sunday. LAKE WORTH "The Price of Peace" will be the topic of Dr. Walter D. Reed Sunday at the First Presbyterian Church with services beginning at 11 a.m. At 5:30 p.m. a covered dish dinner will honor the staff members and youth of the church. Senior Citizens will meet in the Fellowship Hall from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday. A rummage sale will be held by the Church Women United from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday. Proceeds go to the Osborne Day Care Center and items may be sent to the hall on the 11th, 12th or 13th between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. BOCA RATON Last day of the annual missions conference at University Baptist Church, 1551 W. Camino Real, will take place Sunday. Mrs. Asher Case of Thailand will speak to the Sunday School at 9:15 a.m.; Dr. Richard S. Buker, former mission ary to Burma, Thailand am Laos, will speak at the 11 a.m. service and, at 7:30 p.m., the Rev. Roy Beverly, missionary to Cat lsiand. "Loneliness and Solitude" will be the topic of the Rev. John Papandrew, Pastor, at the 10:30 a.m. service Sunday at Unitarian Universalis! Church of Boca Raton. The Rev. Wayne L. Burl cher, associate paslor, will be honored Sunday on the first anniversary of his coming here to serve the Northwood Baptist Church, according to announcement by deacons of the church. He has been serving as acting pastor since the resignation ol the pastor, Dr. George L. Balenline. The Rev. Burl-cher came here from the lVati Street Baptist Church at Vernon, Texas. "The Mission of the Church" will be the topic of the Rev. I'eter F. Watterson, rector, at the t and 11 a.m. services Sunday at Holy Spirit Kpiscopal ( hurch. The vestry is to meet at 7:1") p.m. Monday at the church. "As You Think" is the title of the sermon the Rev. Hal Rosencrans, pastor, will present at the 11 a.m. service Sunday at Unity of the Palm Beaches, l'.)57 S. Flagler Olive. "Singing in a Strange Land" will be the subject of the Rev. Clarence M. Yates, pastor, at the 9 and 11 a.m. services Sunday and "The Bible God's Book, or Man's?" his topic at the 7:.'i0 p.m. service at the First United Methodist (hurch. A Barbeque chicken dinner will be held today from noon to t p.m. at Belhanv Chiistian hurch. 4120.Foresi Hill Blvd. Sponsori by the Chrisiiar, Mi'ns Fellowship, the dinner will benefit the building. The Rev. Klwood V. Graves will discuss the identity crisis in Sunday services at 8:110 and 11 a.m. when he delivers his sermon "Who Am 1?" at the First i'rcsln terian Church in West Palm Beach. Senior high youth are invited to attend a program on teenage marriages Sunday preceded by a 6:. '10 p.m. supper. (.'apt. David Jones will participate in the Salvation Army Sunday School at It:!") a.m. Sunday and will present the sermon at the 11 a.m. morning worship service. A special dinner will honor the younger generation of the Salvation Army with Capt. and Mrs. Jones presenting a short program. "A Convenient Time" will lie the topic of The Rev. Donald W. Scott's sermons at the X;,'S(l a.m. and 11 a.m. services Sunday at the Lakeside Presbyterian Church. Lunch will be served Sunday at 12:. 'HI p.m. for the Stewardship Task Force as well as a report meeting of the canvass. A workshop on predestination will be held at the church Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 7:30 p.m. The Northwood United Methodist Church's Women's Society of Christian Service is sponsoring a pot roast dinner to be served today from 5 to 7 p.m. in the church fellowship hall at 40th and Spruce. l.AKK WORTH - Today and Sunday the Lake Worth South Unit Congregation ol Jehovah's Witnesses will dedicate their new Kingdom Hall at 3110 Melaleuca Lane. The open house program begins at b:4." p.m. today. At H p.m. Max Larson, publishing house supervisor of the Watcl tower Bible and Tract Society . Brooklyn, will give the dedication talk. Highlight of the event willb. at 4 p.m. Sunday with the showing of "The Photo-Drama ol Creation." l.AKK WORTH - A patriotic musicale will be presented at 7 p.m. Sunday to commemorate Veterans Day ( Mondavi at the First Christian Church at 301 North J Street. A chorus of 25 voices will be accompanied by Mrs. Fred Bolt, pianist. Miss Carole Faust, drum, and Steve Van- lergrift. guitar. Included in he program will be thoughts m peace and war by great world leaders and songs made popular during periods of war, according to Mrs. C. K. Rhodes, director. t PRESBYTERIAN Invite You BETHEL TEMPLE The Church u ilh a Virion for Your Future (Assembly of God) 1132 16 Ave. No. Lake Worth Pastoi' William C. Wynn Sunday Services 9:45 Sunday School 1 1:00 Morning Worship 7:30 P.M. Evanqelistie Service THERE'S ALU AYS A W AUM W jalvaf Fl.MUMK.NTAL 1NI)KIUNIKNT 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship 9:45 Sunday School Phone 582-8800 9A5-6646 ll ( FIRsfpRE I Mgl ) CHURCH j f ( 231 N. FEDERAL HIGHWAY - LAKE WORTH ( ' y DR. WAITER DUFtJ SEED, PASTOR I -. I rl,,rk Vhl 0.1(1 AM 1 CONIillEu'ATIO.NAL ( III l!( II (United Church Of Christ) 2727 GEORGIA AVE., WEST PALM BEACH South of Belvedere Rd. Rev. AHyn K. Wadleigh, Pastor Sermon: "No Gift Have We" 2390 SOUTH MILITARY TRAIL WEST PALM BEACH IMIII.II' C. IIOl SKMVY 1'if.ti.r I Mornina WorshiD 11:00 A.M. J V'onhip .Sen ire II AM Church " " " Srnoo - 9:.i0 AM; Child (.are t " " " I Nursery Provided Summer & Winter Air Conditioning j j "The Price of Peace" J Memorial Presbyterian Church . OLIVE at ACACIA RD. W. PALM BEACH Ryan Lee Wood, D O., Paitor Sunday School 9-.30 A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M. "Negative Righteousness" 7:30 p.m. 'The Conformist' Youth Vespers 5:30 P.M. Evening Worship . 7:30P.M. NORTHWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH 3900 Broadway A CHURCH WHERE EVERY OX E IS SOMEONE AM) JESUS CHRIST IS LORD. Wayne L. Burtcher, Assoc. Pastor David Morris, Youth Coordinator Wilton Hardy, Music Director Sunday School 9:30 AM: Training Union 6:30 PM "WHO ! AMI?" ' a Sermon By ,r T 41' Rev. Elwood V. Graves s Worship Services ' -A 8:30 & 1 1 A.M. 1 ' rjj Sunday School Xtf 9:40 A.M. -j j f FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Downtown Mid-Day Prayer Service Mon.-Fri. at 12:05 P.M. Complete ftursery At llh Seniles 301 S. Olive Ave. 833-1764 Inquiries Invited -OUR MISSIONS- "SERIES OF BIBLE LESSONS" conducted by LARRY ACUFF Allen Park, Michigan SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10th through FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15th 7:30 Each Evening Fred Stancliff Song leader Church of Christ 3846 10th Ave. North, lake Worth Grammercy Park: 45th & Lake Worth 12th & The METHODIST INVITE G United Dr. Lewis N. Hood, 293 Washington Road THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH CHURCHES f To Worship I CHURCHES YOU Northwood, West Polm Beach lev John S Sandenori 40lh Near Iroodnay Worship 1 30 I ro I II am. 7 30 pm (h Sch 145 em Wagg Memorial W.P.B. lev. h Slenatl Austin 4401 Garden Aianeo Worship. 1301 II em, 7 30 em (h Sch 4S em First Methodist, Riviera Beach lev loberl Irona, lev Pool Neyolt 7150 Avenue f Worship 1 1 a m. (h. Sch 30 am Trinity, Palm Beach Gardens lev loberl M Inltol 6?5 Military trail Worship 1.30 I II a m. Church School f 45 am. Juno Beach Methodist lev. Iichord lohrar 311 Ocean Or Juno leech Worship II am Charch School 145 Jupiter, Tequesta lev. Wilbur Porker Solhavari Auditorium Worship 10 00 a m. Calvary Methodist, lake Worth Dr Franklin Corwilhtn U Isl si ftdtrol Wonhis 1 1 00 A M 730 PM (h. S(h - 145 irn. lakeside, lake Worth lav. David t. Sroalii 1101 12 S Wonltii 130 t II 00 m (h UUIt St. lukes. Lake Worth lev. (. toy Stover Ohis load, Florida Gordon No.shio IIMem Church School Hi em First, West Palm Beach In Clarence H Totes. lev UCrow Hondo onoo ol Hibiuoi Street Wocihip 100 1 II em, 7 30 im asch.MS tM.unmt. Good Shepherd, W.P.I, lev. I I llocktwii 1341 Military trail 1 1. Worship II in.: 7:30 f 14 choich school 30tirr. oom Grate, West Palm Beach lev. John Whitehead 1151 (harry load Konhia 130 I II am. (hatch School t 45 i at. of mi: f. it i: a nil iii him iiks WELCOME YOU TO WORSHIP WFST PAIM BEACH HRST HW.H H I.(M l WEST PAIM BEACH 1740PonW REDEEM IR Dr. Pout E. Arnold, Potior IWenerl Synod) Sunday School MS M 2300 South Dili ffoithip S.rvi(l 145 1 1100 kk w. . khOkn, iw tt.ly (...,.. 1,1 Wee., if !.,t M.eKl , , S"J 4S 1 Nu,try Aflendsnh eMM Aw Cox emeu id lAKEWORIH SUBURBAN ST. lOHV.S (MAI Weil Polm teach late Worth Air CervdttieAed. Se I.SI., at 10 Ave. HOIV IKOSS ( I.CA ) Rev. Deuglat OMoo, Poller Sunday School 9:00 AM. " M ! Ill Ihra Morning Worlhip IO0 AM. v OKOf K" Nursery Provided Church School 9.30 AM. Holy Community 111 Sundoy Morning Worship 8 30 I 1 1 AM. BEACH GARDENS LAKE PARK "'VnlVJIn"' ST.JOHVMLCA) 407S Holy Drive Dow) A. Wolber, Poslor M Crl"" (.nk Sdwet 14 I II 41 ' rr t. Srtder SI Poller f inkle Seme IN I 10 00 AM Worship Services lily (MMMHiiree. 1st Studi)! ef fl Henri R M 4 11:00 A M. n,u.-.wd Sundey SihQ'l ' NORTH PAIM BEACH JUPITER FAITH CHRIST THE KlAG (I.CA) . vd 4 Willow Read, TeajueeM I S. M.tf I fteriei Irm Pastor 0110 6 Simill Foster f 00 A H (hint School HsTZw "jjji"'' 10 30 .!,(.. in s..ui u. "'r V . ..Sde,IIJlj. .etl..li.li.il0.rill.ivrrrev.e.. ST. MARK'S - PAIM BEACH GARDENS 3395 Burns Rd. 8:00 and 10:00 A.M. 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, 11:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. BETHESDA-BY-THE-SEA PALM BEACH So. County Rd. & Barton Ave. 8, 9, 1 1, A.M. & 5:15 P.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. atlakewood Rd. 8:00, 9:30 and 11:15 A.M. ST. ANDREW'S- LAKE WORTH 100 No. Palmway, 7:30, 9.00 & 1 1 A.M. HC 1st & 3rd GUARDIAN ANGELS LANTANA Cardinal of Hypoluxo Rd. 7:30, 8, 10 A.M. & 6 P.M. ST. PAUL'S DELRAY BEACH 188 S. Swinton Ave. 8 00, 9:30. ond 11:15 A.M. PAIM BEACH GARDENS - WESTMINSTER Military Trail and Burns Rd. 10:15 A.M. NORTH PALM BEACH - FIRST 717 Prosperity Forms Rd. 11 A.M. LAKE PARK IMMANUEL Palmetto and Crescent Rds. 9:00 & 11:00 A.M. WEST PALM BEACH - FIRST 301 S. Olive Ave. 8:30 and 11 A.M. WEST PALM BEACH - LAKESIDE 4601 S. Flagler Dr. 8:30 and II A.M. WEST PALM BEACH - MEMORIAL 1300 S. Olive Ave., II A.M., 7:30 P.M. PALM SPRINGS -FAITH 275 Alemeda Dr. 11:00 A.M. LAKE WORTH - FIRST 231 N. Federal Hwy. 11:00 A.M. LAKE WORTH LAKE OSBORNE 2101 6th Ave. S. 11 A.M. 7:30 P.M. LANTANA GRACE UNITED Hypoluxo Rd., 1 Mile W. U.S. 1-10:30 A.M. CULTO EN ESPANOl, Rev. Cesar M. Benitei lit FWI W PAIM 7:30 Community tell Glada i

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