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Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nov. 9, 196S 3 r Theology Language Unusual Church Begins Service I ) i Y MilPOf'Hope' m n REV. PAUL W.DAVIS Missionary Rally Set modern current of interchurcn concourse growing out of the conciliar movement and the Second Vatican Council, the project began germinating in 16. and now after two years of preparation, it went into operation. It brings Christian unity out of I he visionary sphere of upper echelon conferences, and enlists it in a specific, working arena of everyday life, on the local scene. "We hope the breezes fan out all over our land and bring to every community the kind of spirit and cooperation that has brought us into this effort," says another of the ministers, the Rev. William A. Hayes, of the United Church of Christ Congregationalists. With the approval of Kansas City's Bishop Charles H. Helmsing, Roman Catholicism is participating in the new church along with three other bodies, the Episcopal Church, United Presbyterian Church and the United Church. Other demonstrations may eventually become part of it, the planners say. The newly completed SUK).-000 church building, a modernistic structure of sand blasted concrete and steel, includes extensive facilities for recreation, teaching, drama, library, food service and offices, besides the semicircular sanctuary seating 200. Outside, a pleasant, railed plaza, with tables for dining and talk, borders three sides of the church. i! V VI " .-. A . m . . . h - V J: V A- 4r a - f j ft 1 A missionary rally will be conducted next week at Calvary Temple Assembly of (lod, Connistdh Road at Parker Avenue, according to the Rev. Glenn Horst, pastor. Featured will be the Rev. Paul W. Davis, former owner and operator of a glass business here before his mission By GEORGE W. CORN ELL AP Religion W riter KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The fiberglass windows, eight of them ranked on an upper level and 18 below, look dull black on the outside, spilling a rainbow flood into the sanctuary. It's a cheerful, springtime place. Red, green and purple strips hang from the high ceiling around the lights, and bright-lettered banners, made by a group of nuns, drape the walls between the 12 tall pillars. In the midst of this sprightly array stands the altar. This is St. Mark's church, a new and unprecedented phenomenon in the religious spectrum of America. It began functioning here last weekend, the first officially approved, ecumenical church of its kind in the country, joining Protestants and Roman Catholics in one congregation. "We're pioneering new directions, with many dimensions of importance to all Christendom," said the Rev. David O. Shipley, a United Presbyterian clergyman and one of the church's interdenominational team of four ministers. Sparked by the SOUTHBORO CHURCH OF CHRIST 4101 SOUTH DIXIE NW1T.,'W.P.I. IBHAIUi CLUB BUILOINOl Robert E. Henson, Evangelist SUNDAY 10 A.M. II A.M. 6 P.M. Ph. 683-7480 iwu lical :o Royal Palm Beach, Fla. Sunday School 9 45 A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Mid-Week Wed 8:30 P.M. Eugene lundberg, Pastor visrroRsJ "SCIENCE 1 I 1 'i FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 215 CONGRESS AVENUE WEST PALM BEACH H EPPUNG MIMSTEH BIBLE SCHOOL 9:30 AM. MORNING WORSHIP 10.45 AM YOUTH MEETINGS 6:30 EVENING WORSHIP 7-30 fM I FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH LJi UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST I Jl 1415 NORTH "K" STREET " LAKE WORTH "ss?' 9:30 A.M. Church School C. fj 1:,1 9:30 & 11:00 A M. Morning Service C. JmrriiQ. Mtyiw 7 30 P M- You,n fellowship Ifc CLEANUP TIME Thirty-five hauer, Karen Persineer. Libbv Pat-members of Lakeside Presbyterian terson, Nancy Mardorff and Kim Church at 4601 S. Flagler Drive re- BaumKarten, all 13. At bottom, cently volunteered for a "work three members work to complete a day." On the job in the top picture patio. Left to richt. Jay Baughman, are a group of teen-agers. From the Jim Pearce and Harold Roland, left, Tommy Wolfe, 16; Jan Neu- XEW YORK (AP) In the modern search for new ways of portraying God, the theological signals today point not upward into the sky. nor backward into the past, nor even sideways into the present, but forward into the future. He is the "God ahead of us." the "power of the future," the "promise of the new," as the explanatory phrases put it. He is the "coming Lord" of the yet-to-be. This is the language of the "theology of hope." Discussions of the approach have burgeoned in religious journals, conferences, books and seminary classrooms, both Protestant and Roman Catholic. It is the main theme of the latest sequel, "No. 5," in .a series of volumes keeping tabs on new theological trends, edited by the Rev. Drs. Martin E. Marty and Dean G. Peer-m in, of Chicago. The concept of God as the pull of the future is dominating "much of the most creative work in theology today," they conclude. "If not a movement, then at least a tendency or trend is present." And they don't consider it just a fad. "It is hard to imagine hope's theology losing momentum quickly." The emphasis stems mainly from the influence of two Ku-ropean theologians, the Rev. Dr. Jurgen Moltmann, a Protestant, of the University of Tubingen, and the Rev. Johannes B. Metz, a Catholic, of the University of Munster, both of whom recently lectured in this country. GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH ST. CATHERINE 4000 WosliintM Rd. W. Poln laack Rev. A. Sgouros, Pastor 10:30 a.m. Divrht liturgy "l i.iiirorji Alu-avn Keh ume" 'A vocation 2 f'l 5ac;",(:e t it I -TIME I s; ., 1 MAGAZINE g", oh GREGORY vVALCOTT.. . 'i ROYAL OA 1 11 L 01im SALE 20 OFF ON ALL STOCK CHRISTIAN BOOK STOIIE 3701-A S. DIXIE WEST PALM BEACH FIRST CHURCH of RELIGIOUS SCIENCE ERNEST HOLMES, FOUNOEI - NmvOmominalionol JOHN PTIN, MIMSIfl 811 N. OUVE AVE., W.P.B. Phone 833 9566 OPEN DAILY 9 to,! I I A.M. '"I.ivliest CorpM' in llie I inverse . . . (fo"' Hear This Dynamic anil Timely Message Hear John Partin 9 A.M. WJNO - . Every Sunday SPIRITUALIST CHURCH of Divine Life 1267 So. Military (Upstairs Lil' General) Sunday Services: Spiritual Healing 7 P.M. Worship & Messages 7:30 P.M. TEMPORARY IOCATION CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE, INC. SKEES ROAD, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA (BfTWEEN OKEECHOBEE Mb BELVEDERE 0D) TWIN LAKES TRAILER PARK CLUBHOUSE SERVICES: Sun 10 A.M., 11 A.M. & 7 P.M. Wed 7:30 REV. DOROTHY TOPPFRO P.P., PASTOR CALVARY TEMPLE (Assembly of God) Conniston & Parker PThe People's Church 1273 So. Military Trail upitoin ever Hardware (ton 9:45 Sunday School f Vh 11:00 A.M. & 7:00 P.M. lt I 7:30 P.M. Thursday Prayer Service lrT..WtW- J mm K 0f AUj Amis welcome REV. CARL GOLD ... aoi eirvi PAStOR 967-2525 683-5103 1 ( I 11 ST. MARY'S ORTHODOX CHURCH 1317 Florida Mango Rd., West Palm Beach, Florida Th. Rtv. BASIL WAGONER, PASTOR Church Phone 96S-S007 SUNDAY DIVINE LITURGY 10:30 A.M., CHURCH SCHOOL f:30 A.M. Confessions: Before all services and by appointment. Vespers and Religious Discussions 7:30 P.M. Sunday. Weekday liturgy 9.30 a.m.. Wed. and friday Services are in English. f ,,iir, WrUame 1 1 ANNUAL MISSIONARY CONVENTION November 10 to 17 except Monday & Sat. Sun. 1 1:00 a.m. Paul Davis 7:30 p.m. Paul Davis Tue. 7:30 p.m. Film "They Have Overcome" 8:00 p.m. Paul Davis Wed. 7:30 p.m. Film, "New Light in Japan" 8:00 p.m. Paul Davis Thu. 7:30 p.m. Film "Three Germanys" 8:00 p.m. Donald Phillips Cri. 7:30 p.m. Film "Cry of the China Seas" 8:00 p.m. Donald Phillips REV. DON ALD E. PHILLIPS ary appointment, at 11 a.m. Sunday and 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and the Rev. Donald E. Phillips at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Sunday as well as at 11 a.m. Nov. 17. Both are missionaries in West Africa. Phone: 832-2527 WITH A MLSSIUSAKY VISION THE LORD JESUS CHRIST invites you to "Come ... and take ... of the living water freely." (Rev. 22:17) Monday, November 11 at 7:30 P.M. Woman's Club, 20 South Federal, Lake Worth Speaking by the Holy Spirit . . .'Hindu convert, son of a Hindu priest . . . converted to Jesus Christ . . . healed of tuberculosis in advanced stage . . . now director of an orphanage in Trinidad, West Indies! WEAT- CH. 12 SUN Pastor: Glenn M. Horst Sponsored by the independent Christian Churches and Churches of Christ of the area k.yvm cm kuiks 1510 High Ridge Rd. l.W. Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship 1 1 :00 A.M. Mid-Week - Wed. 7:00 P.M. James R. Magnuson, Pastor AIR CONDITIONED of MIND" WELCOME LANTANA FLA. Unity of the Palm Beeches 1957 S. Flagler Dr. 833 6433 P0INCIAHA CHAPEL Whitehall Way, Palm Beach nkr-Dmum inational LAKE WORTH LAKf WORTH North Federal Church of Chrw Tenth Avenue Church of Chriit 720 North Federal Highway 3846 Tenth Avenue North B'ble Study 10:00 A.M. Bible Study 10:00 A.M. Morning Worship ...11 :00 A.M. Morning Worship . . . 1 1 :00 A.M. Evening Worship 6:30 P M Evening Worship 6:30 PM. J.M. Morris, Minister jjm Dando, Minister Phone 585-0289 Phone 683-3176 PALM BEACH GARDENS DElRAY BEACH Northtide Church of Christ jouth Federal Church of Christ 4436 Weil Lake Park Road 88 SE 6th Avenue Bible Study 10.00 A.M. Bible Study 10 00 A.M. Morning Worship ...11 00 A.M. Morning Worship ...It :00 A.M. Evening Worship 6:30 P.M. Evening Worship 6:00 P.M. Nelson R. Alsup, Minister O.E. Moss, Minister Phone 848-0817 Phone 278-3821 TUNE IN TO OUR DEVOTIONAL BROADCAST WQXT - 1340, A.M. - WW0S - 97.9 F. MOH., -FR1., 7:15 A.M. Dr. Samuel M. Lindsay Will Preach 11 A.M. C. Russell Henderson, Musical Director AL NAPIERKOVVSKI Programmer In Schools Heads Unit .41 Napierkowski has been elected chairman of the Miami Arch-Diocesan Council and will take office Sunday, Dec. 1, at Fort Lauderdale. He Is a senior programmer for the Palm -Beach County School Board. In l!Hi2 he h.u......'d and organized the Cat- lie Young Adult Club of the Palm Beaches, an organization for single persons 18 to 30 years of age. The group meets at 8 p.m. the second and fourth Wednesdays each month al the Fidelity Federal Savings and Loan Association, Broaduav at 4"ith St. He was president of the club in Wti3 and currently its adviser. Mrs. Vickey Ward of this cly has been appointed secretary -treasurer. She is a chairman in the local club. Founders Day-Is Announced WASHINGTON lUPD -April 10 has been designated "Founders Day" by the Board of Trustees of the Catholic University of America. The date commemorates formal papal approval of the establishment of the university, the National University of the Catholic Church in the United States, on April 10, 1887. f Unity of Oelroy leach 101 NW 2?nd St. 276 6796 LANTANA COMMUNITY CHURCH BROADWAY AND CENTRAL Ifc'TOWN 7:30 TO 8:00 A.M. FALLEN MAN " COMMUNITY CHURCH 'Tuliiil nl' u Amcricjis" COME AM) WOKSIIIP W ITH I S PASTOR JAMES HIGGINBOTHAM HEAR THE MUSICAL FERRIN FAMILY SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 AM MORNING WORSHIP II AM YOUNG CHILDREN'S CHURCH II AM EVENING SERVICES 7 30 PM YOUTH MEETINGS 630 PM A Friendly Church with a Total l'mKram Fur The Whole Fnmil N.vV. 1th Avenue & N.W. (ilh St. Horn Kalon I'h. :)."-2 100 UNITY Teaches 10:45 A.M. - OR. FRANK TORREY "THE 111.001) OF CHRIST" This Service Broadcast 11 AM-WWOG-FM-99-9 The Living God Anyone whose life has been touched by the healing power of divine love, anyone whose prayers hove brought a glimpse of what it means to be spiritually alive, knows from his own experience about "the living God" spoken of in the Bible, Awareness of His presence comes in different ways to each individual, but it goes only with deep prayer and study. Christian Science Reading Rooms and church services are there to help. You are always welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES 1 1 ItS T ( 111 KCI! 01 ( HIUST. SMKMIST Ur.l i'nlnt i m U I lazier l)rif Hi OkfiM-hober KojkI Sunday I I a.m. ft nlnrstlny H p.m. 1 IHS I ( III ItCII Or CHRIST St IKM IST Virth I'ulrn lie Ht h Mil ( ii-llf'c...(l Mn-rl Sumlav .. VUilm-xluy I! CM. I IHST (III l!(H OF CHKIST S( I KM 1ST l.iiU ttiirth 'Mil I uU.iili- l)nr Sunday II 1.111. Vrd. 8 p.m. SUBJECT THIS SUNDAY MIMSTKKS Torrcv M. Inhnsciii John Dunlins, Visitation I 'nriahl (. ci iii.in Miimc W illi.ini Hi'diger. KdiK aticm SUNDAY SCHOOL 0 Hi AM I here - tlas tir m' NUKSKKY 10:45, 7 P.M. JUNIOR ( III ItCII l; tr. A.M. COMMUNION Kirst Snnrliiv nf the nmtith 10:15 A.M. ' Olhcr Siittdiiys fi .)( I'.M. KINO S TF.KNS For all Teenagers 5:30 P.M. M IDWh'LK SLKV ICK W fdnesdnv 7:1)0 I'.M. Mrmnnal Ihill Prayer is not only worship; it is also an invisible emanation of man's worshiping spirit the most powerful form of energy that one ran generate. The influence of prayer on the human mind and body is as demonstrable as thai of secreting glands. Its results can be measured in terms of increased physical buoyancy, a greater intellectual vigor, moral stamina, and a deeper understanding of the realities underlying human relationships. If you make a habit of sincere prayer, your life will be very noticeably and profoundly altered. Prayer stamps with its indelible mark our actions and demeanor. A tranquility of bearing, a facial and bodily repose, are observed in those whose inner lives are thus enriched. Within the depths of consciouness a flame kindles. And man sees himself. He discovers his selfishness, his silly pride, his fears, his greeds, his blunders. He develops a sense of moral obligation, intellectual humility. Thus begin. a journey of the soul toward the realm of grace. Prayer is a force as real as terrestrial gravity. Alexis Carrel, M.I). 7.00 P.M. - Dr! Frank Torrey "TROIBLED-LSRAEL-AM)-TIIE-FITIRE M.irniiiK tt or.hiii Sr irr hrnmliml on M u Unity of lake Worth (31 N. H St. 58?-3569 "ADAM AND THE AS EVASGEUCAL I'H HIS T-CES TEH El) MISISTHY ttK

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