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Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nov. IS, 196&-2, Events Set By Area Churches 1 . . . rations for their Christmas or zaar Dec. 7, according to Mrs. Robert Plimpton, general chairman. Santa Claus will put in an appearance and perhaps chock over items to be ottered, starting at 11 a.m., such as baked goods, attic treasures, home-made articles and fish pond. And have his picture taken with the children. A hayricle for children of all ages will be operaling trom 2 until 8 p.m. A New England baked beans and ham supper will be served 5,6, and 7 p.m. RIVIERA BEACH Message from the Gideons will be presented by Bunn McCall at the 11 a.m. service Sunday at the First Baptist Church of Riviera Beach, 135 W. 12th St., "Seek Ye First the Kingdom o God" will be the subject ol the Rev. Oren J. Elms, pastor, at the 7:15 p.m. service. At the Training Union session at 6:15 p.m. there will be a beginning Spanish speaking class which is being started with the view of obtaining improved communication with Spanish-speaking residents. KM ? V vr l. (PirrpJiu) ECUMENICAL C II U R C II St. Mark's in Kansas City is the first approved ecumenical church, served by four pastors United Church of Christ Congrcgationalists, Uoman Catholic, Episcopal, United I'resby- terian. St. Mark's opened last weekend. The church is in a low income, predominantly Negro area. The interdenominational congregation will function as a unit except for separate Sunday worship. A musical program will be presented at 4 p.m. Sunday at Unitv of the Palm Beaches, 1957S.FlaglrrDr. At the 11 a.m. service the Rev. Hal Rosencrans, pastor, will have as his topic, "Your Grpatest Strength." The musical program arranged by Mrs. Sylvia Bernet, organist, will leature Mrs. Marlene Sadlon Woodward, pianist, and Hugh Albrc, tenor. Bethoven, Chopin, Liszt and Debussy are represented on the program which also will include poems to which Mrs. Woodward wrote the music and will play the accompaniment. Mrs. Bernrt will play for the free will offering which will benefit Unity's school. A tea will follow in Fellowship Hall with Mrs. Reid Moore Jr. In charge. Loyalty Sunday will be observed Sunday at the Good' Shepherd United Methodist Church, 2341 S. Military Trail, when "Attitudes Around the Cross" will be the subject of the Rev. Robert K. Blackburn, pastor, at th'r 11 a.m. service. At the 7:.'i(J p.m. service Ka-:thy Hardcastle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Noel Hardcastle of Palm Springs, will give a talk on her experience working with the Methodist Spanish ministry at Miami during the summer months this year. Sermon topic of the Rev. Clarence M. Yates, pastor, at the 9 and 11 a.m. services Sunday at the First United Methodist Church will be "Who Will Answer?" based on the text of the popular song with the same title. "Why Does (iod Allow Disease and Suffering?" will be BARTON ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH 1S09 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. the pastor topic at the 7:30 p.m. service. "How to Live the Science of Mind" will be the topic of the Rev John Partin, pastor, at the First Church of Religious Science, 811 N. Olive Ave., at the 11 a.m. service Sunday. He said two morning services will be held, starting Sunday, Dec. 1, one at 9 a.m. and the other at 11 a.m. "Why Suffering?" will be the subject of the Rev. Elwood V. Graves, pastor, at the 8:30 and 11 a.m. services Sunday at the First Presbyterian Church, 301 S.Olive Ave. Youth of the church will meet at Temple Israel here at 7 p.m. Sunday as guests of senior high young people of the Temple. Scheduled is a tour of the temple and talk on concepts of the faith,' with a lcllowship hour following. It will be the second in a serirs of visits by the Prisyb-terian young people with those of other faiths. "Stewardship: 'The Meaning of Christian Giving"'will be the topic of the Rev. Peter . F. Watterson, rector, at the 9 and H a.m. services Sunday at Holy Spirit Kpiscopal Church. "Morning Glory" will be the topic of the Rev. Donald W. Scott, pastor, at the 8:30 and 11 a.m. services Sunday at the Lakeside Presbyterian Church, 4)1 S.Flagler Dr. The Senior High Fellowship will have a Parent-Youth dinner at the church at 6 p.m. Sunday. Every Member Canvass will be held Sunday by Grace Kpiscopal Church, .'iWIO Australian Ave., following luncheon of canvass ollicers and participants at the Potlatch Restaurant. Clarence Sommcrs is chairman. Teenagers of the parish will conduct their own canvass with Miss Kathy Andersen as leader. A Santa Claus workshop is being planned by the Junior KYC of the church which is asking parishioners and friends to bring repairable toys to the sixth grade Sunday School room. First workshop meeting for placing the toys in good condition will be at 10 . Of 'Gospel Bombs' Hope Of Church a.m. Nov. 30. Later the toys will be distributed by the Seventh Street Neighborhood Center. LAKF TORTH Holy Rn-deeme." Episcopal Church on Kirk Road near Lake Worth Road will observe annual Loyalty Sunday at the 8, 9:30 and 11 a.m. services Sunday, according to the Rev. Leslie B. Jenkins, rector. Afterward at a parish luncheon at 12:45 p.m. at the church, Robert D. Tylander of Boca Raton, widely known layman, will be the Incipal speaker. LAKE WORTH "On Earth As in Heaven" will be the topic of Dr. Franklin Car-withon, pastor, at the 11 a.m. service and "Predetermined Conclusion," at the 7:3(1 p.m. service Sunday at Calvary United Methodist Church, 1st Av. enue South at O Street. LAKE WORTH Three new directors will be elected at annual congregational meeting of Unity of Lake Worth, 6::i North M St., follow-ing the 11 a.m. service Sunday at which the Rev. Thomas I. Coates, pastor, will speak on "It's the (iive in It." "The Law of Compensation" will be the 8 p.m. Thursday subject. The Women of Unity meet at 12 noon Friday at the church. PALM SPRINGS A "Doorway to Happiness" revival will be conducted at the Palm Springs Baptist Church, 3300 10th Ave., Sunday through Nov. 24. The Rev. Louis B. Fisher Jr., pastor of the church, will present the revival message daily at 7:30 p.m. and Jimmy Hodges, Lakeland composer and recording artist, will be the soloist for the week. Roy E. Garnett and other members who attended a retreat at the Leesburg Methodist camp in October will relate their experiences as laymen at the Calvary Methodist Men's Fellowship monthly breakfast in the church at 8 a.m. Sunday, according to A. F. Funkhouser of the group. LAKE WORTH Dr. Walter D. Reed, pastor, will speak on "(iod Has Chosen You" at the 11 a.m. service Sunday at the First Presbyterian Church of Lake Worth. Dedication of new members will be part of the program of GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH ST. CATHERINE 4000 Woihingten Rd. W. Palm loach Rev. A. Sgouros, Pastor 10:30 a.m. Divrhe liturgy "I iitnrs Alwnv H eltome" the Women's Association meeting at 1 p.m. Thursday at the church. "God's Wisdom and Man's Foolishness" will be the subject of Dr. George Thomson, pastor, at the 11 a.m. service Sunday and "The Old Time Religion" at the 7:30 p.m. service at the University Baptist Church of Boca Raton. "No Situation Is Hopeless With God" is the topic for the 11 a.m. service Sunday and "The Touch That Heals," for the 7:30 p.m. service, of the Rev. Louis L. Shields, pastor, at St. John's United Methodist Church, 3215 N. Seacrest Blvd., Boynton Beach. BOCA RATON "The Men of LaMancha" will be the subject at the 10:30 a.m. service Sunday at the Unitarian-Uni-versalist Church of Boca Raton, according to the Rev. John Papandrew, pastor. The fellowship canvass dinner will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday In preparation for Every Member Canvass Day Nov. 24. DELRAY BEACH - "SI ability For Our Times" will be the subject, the first of a series entitled "Sermons For the Atomic Age," of Dr. Seth C. Morrow, pastor at the 11 a.m. service Sunday at the First Presbyterian Church of Del-ray Beach. BOCA RATON "It's Hard to Decide" will be the topic 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. JUPITER Revival' will bo held at the First Assembly of God Church, South Pennock Lane at Ocean Boulevard, starting Mondas and ending; Sunday, Nov. 24, according to the Rev. James P. McClain, pastor. The Rev. Robert McNew, pastor of Trinity Assembly of God Church, Okeechobee, will conduct the revival with a service at 7:30 p.m. daily. Evangelist McNew's topics, the host paslor said, are expected to be: Monday "Revelation of Jesus Christ"; Tuesday "Mystery of the Seven Lamps;" Wednesday "Book of Redemption;" Thursday "Rapture of the Chureli,"and Friday "The Tribulation." PALM BEACH GARDENS "The Rock on Which We Stand" wil1 be the topic of the Rev. Keith Taber, at the 10:15 a.m. service Sunday at Westminster Presbyterian Church, Military Trail at Burns Road. The pastor starts a 10-week youth-adult study course at the 9 a.m. church school service. JUNO BEACH Women of Juno Beach United Methodist Church are continuing prepa- "It's our way of spreading the gospel," Rev. Houseman said. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST OLD SCHOOL Services 1st and 3rd Sundays ELDER ROBERT MING, PASTOR 810 FLORIDA-MANGO DR. near Congttu Av. . Key Biscayne." During past ypars, he said, the church has had the "bombs" returned from both tho wost toast of Florida and from the eastern side of the Bahama Islands. A large number of church members turned out last Sunday to see the balloons sent skyward. Why does the church sent out the messages? Child ren s Chapel Set For Sunday A children's chapel will be started at 11 a.m. Sunday by the Northwood Baptist Church in its old sanctuary on 33th Street east of Broadway. It will be four and five-year-old children and will be patterned alter the services for adults, but somewhat shorter, according to the Rev. Wayne Burlcher, assistant pastor who Is serving as acting pastor. The young people, he said, will have actual services "on their level." The service of some 30 minutes will involve singing, offering and giving of the message. The latter will be presented Sunday by ,Tody Cappar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Cap-par. He is a senior at Palm Beach High School where he is president of the Student Council, the Rev. Burtchersaid. cm BETHEL TEMPLE Tht Church uith a Viiion ior Your Futurt (Assembly of God) 1132 16 ewe. No. Lake Worth 1'asto-William C. Wynn Sorday Services Phone 582-880O 9:45 Sunday '965-6oi6 7 30 L V(,i;i.l( AL Royal Palm Beach, Fla. Sunday School 9 45 AM. Morning Worship. 11.-00 A.M. Mid Week Wed. 8.30 P.M. Eugene lundberg, Paslor , T IT K Lakeside Presbyterian Church 4601 So. Flagler ol Edmore - Donald W. Scott, Minister Church School 9:45 A.M. Sunday Worship Services 8:30 & 1 1 A.M. Nursery Provided for all Service! COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN CIIUKCIl 2835Gulfstr m Kd., Palm Springs Sunday School 9:110 A.M. Morning Worship 10:110 A.M. Kvening Service 7:00 P.M. Wed. Evening Bible Study 7:.'J0 P.M. Dwight Chaplain, Minister Ph. f)(i.r,-r.280 L Return Soon Is The Rev. Philip C. House-man hopes to receive bark soon a few of more than 5(1(1 messages from the gospel that were sent heavenward last Sunday. The "gospel bombs," as the pastor likes to call them, were released via hriium-filled balloons from Calvary Baptist Church, 2930 S.MilitaryTr. It was the seventh year that Biblical quotations, wrapped in plastic, were attached to the balloons and released. "We never know where they'll go or how long it'll take for them to be returned. It may take two weeks, two months or longer," the Rev. Houseman said. But he's sine some of them will be returned. Why? Because those who return them are awarded prizes! "It's nice to receive a response," he said. "Last year we had three returned fern "1 V rtP--5ila tW,W8i t't M SPIRITUALIST-CHURCH of Divine Life 1267 So. Military (Upstairs til' General Sunday Services: Spiritual Heaiing 7 P.M. Worship & Messages 7:30 P.M. Rev. Joseph Martin i t FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 231 N. FEDERAL HIGHWAY - LAKE WORTH OR. WALTER DUFF REED, PASTOR Church School 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Nursery Provided- Summer & Winter Air Conditioning "God Has Chosen You" I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES Invite You To Worship FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 301 No. 'J' STREET, LAKE WORTH BIBLE SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. WORSHIP SERVICE 10:45 A.M. Christian Youth Fellowship 6:30 P.M. Nursery Provided Clarence E. Rhodes, Minijli Ph. 582-5715 Memorial Presbyterian Church S. OLIVE al ACACIA RD. W. PALM BEACH Ryan Lee Wood, D.D., Pastor Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M. "life's left Overs" Or. W. Howard Lee Guest Minister 7.30 p.m. "What is a Christian" ' iVn Vespers 5:30 P.M. vennq Worship 7:30 P.M. ST. MARY'S ORTHODOX CHURCH . 1317 Florida Mango Rd., West Palm Beach, Florida Tht Rtv. BASH WAGONER, PASTOR Church Phone 965-5007 SUNDAY DIVINE LITURGY 10:30 A.M., CHURCH SCHOOL f M kM. Confessions: Beforot all services and by appointment. Vespen and Religious Discussions 7:30 P.M. Sunday. Weekday liturgy "9:30 o.m., Wed jnd Friday Services art in English. 1 uMri Vetinmr PJIM BEACH GARDENS - WESTMINSTER Military Trail ond Burns Rd. 10:15 A M. NORTH PAIM BEACH FIRST 7)7 Prosperity Farms Rd. II A.M. LAKE PARK - IMMANUEL Palmetto and Crescent Rds. 9:00 S 11:00 A.M. WEST PAIM BEACH FIRST 301 S. Olive Ave. 8.30 and II A.M. WEST PAIM BEACH LAKESIDE 4601 S. Flagler Dr. 8:30 and II A.M. WEST PAIM BEACH MEMORIAL 1300 S. Olive Ave., II A.M., 7:30 P.M. PAIM SPRINGS -FAITH 275 Alemeda Dr. 11:00 A.M. LAKE WORTH FIRST 231 N. Federal Hw. 11:00 A.M. LAKE WORTH -LAKE OSBORNE 2101 6lh Ave! S. 11 A.M. 7:30 P.M. LANTANA GRACE UNITED Hypoluxo Rd.,1 Mile W.U.S. 1-10:30 A.M. "Why Suffering CALVARY TEMPLE (Assembly of God) Connisfon & Parker '.ost Day of Missionary. Convention Sunday November 17th 10:00 A.M. sunday School 11:00 A.M. Communion Missionary-Donald Phillips 7:30 P.M. Costume Parade Color, Sound, Movie 'Message: Donald Phillips Wed. 7:45 P.M. Family Night Pastor, Rev. Glenn Horst, Phone 832-2527 School 1 1:00 Morning Worship P.M. Fvgnqftlistic Service UAKYWT CIIIKCHKS 1510 High Ridge Rd. I W. Sunday School 9.45 A M. Morning Worship 1 1:00 A.M. Mid-Week - Wed. 7:00 P.M. James R. rVlagnuion, Pastor AIR CCNnltlOMFD Northwood, West Palm Beach lev. John S. Sandertoi 40th Near lioadway Worship: 1.30 o m. t II o.m. 7J0 p.m. (h. Sch. 9.45 a m. Wogg Memorial W.P.B. lev. N. Steworl Austin 4401 Garden Avenua Worship. 1 30 t II a tn.,-7.30 p.m. :h. Sch. 1 45 m. First Methodist, Riviera Beach .'av. lobetl Irown, lev. Paul Nuyett Hill Avenua F Warship II a.m. Ch. S(h. 9.30 a m. Trinity, Palm Beadi Gardens lev. lobert M. lotion H5 N. Military Trail Worship 130 til am. Church School 9:45 a.m. June Beach Methodist lev. tithord lohrar 311 Ocean Dr. Juno leach Worship II a m. Church School 9.4S ate. Jupiter, Tequesta lev. Wilbur Parbtr Salhavan Auditorium Warship 10:00 a.m. A Sermon By Rev. Elwood V. Graves Is There A Value, A Purpose in Buffering, or is it a meaningless experience? THERE'S ALWAYS A WAKM WELCOME AT afoaf BAPTIST FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Downtown Mid-Day Prayer Service Mon. Fri. ot 12:05 P.M. Complrte Nunrry Al Both Sw ire) 301 S. Olive Ave. 833-1764 Inquiries Invited FUNDAMENTAL INDEPENDENT 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship 9:45 Sunday School 6:00 P.M. . Youth Hour 7:30 P.M. -Gospel Service The United METHODIST CHURCHES INVITE YOU Dr. Uwii N. tUod, District Superintendent 293S Washington Road 2390 SOUTH MILITARY TRAIL. WEST PALM BEACH PHILIP C. linrSEMAN, PaMor THE EPISCOPAL pO With all your heart "ye shall seek me, and find mc, when ye shall search for me with all your heart. And I will be found of vou, saith the Lord." It's a promise that has never been broken. But it does require all the heart. Christian Science church services are devoted to this kind of searching. You are always welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES Calvary Methodist, take Worth Dr. Franklin (arvithgri So Hi Avi. al federal i Worship 1100 AM 7 30 PM. Id. Sch. - 9:45 9 m. lakeside, Lake Worth lev. David T. Scoatis 1801 12 Ave. S Worship 1 30 1 11 00 am. Clt. Sch. H5tl. St. Lukes, lake Worth lev. (. Hoy Stover Ohio Rood. Hondo Garderti Worship 11:00 a rtt. (hgrch School 145 a.m. first, West Palm Beach lev. (laientt II. Voles, lev. N. H. leGtow Hondo Avenue or HibniK Street Worship: t.OOt II am.; 7 30 pen. or i hi: uci m i it WKT.COM K YOU WFST PALM BEACH MUST :M.I I H 7740 PorW Dr. Paul E. Arnold. Paitor. Sunday Sihool 9.45 A M. Worship Service t 4S il 00 A M. Holy Communion hi Sunday of Eorrr Month WuM.'Y AHcnitanlt Pr.i.ltt A.. ( rni).'.o"d LAKE WORTH sr. AMitu.ns into Air CandiiMftad So. E St., at 10th Ave. Itev. Douglot Olrlra, Paitor Sunday School 9 00 AM. Morning Worship 10 30 AM. Nursery Provided ; Holy Community lit Sunday PALM BEACH GARDENS wimli "( u ) 4075 Holly Drrvo Dovid A, Woltwr, Paitor (hmih Sihool 100 1 10 Wontip Sernte 1 00 t 10 00 ill Holy Communion I1' Sunday ol toih Month III IU IN S v in ( in s TO WORSHIP WEST PALM BEACH HE lit t m it . (Miuouri Stmed! 2300 South Dii to. W SCHOCCH, Poilor Smliy School 1 5 M ' Suodiy KinhiilJOillOOiH. SUBURBAN Will Palm Boach - laic Worth HOI Y HONS (l i t) 1511 dik Id III. H firm Hill IEV. GtOtGt I OKMB Church School 9 30 A M. Morning Worihip 8 30 & 1 1 A M. LAKE PARK ST. JOHVS I ( A 3rd A Cypreu lit. Anhur r Syodir S T II Potior Worship Seivues S 30 A M I HOD Sundoy School 1 30 A M. JUPITER iikivi I he: kii, ( id) 46 Willow Rood, Tiquoita . Rlv. Keith P. Johnion, Pastor a OQ A M. Church School 10.30 A M. Morning Worship Holy Communion hi Sunday ol Ihl . month. festival DoyI Nursery provided ST. MARK'S PALM 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 PAIM 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, 11, A.M. & 5:15 P.M. HOLY TRINITY WEST PALM BEACH 636 So. Olive Ave. 7:30, 9:00 and 11:00 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 & 11 A.M HC 1st & 3rd. GUARDIAN ANGELS - LANTANA Cardinal ot Hypoluxo RJ. 7:30, 8, 10 A.M. & 6 P.M. ST. PAUL'S DELRAY BEACH FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST s Palm Brarh FI.mTir I)me al Okpprhuhee Rid Sunday i ! a.m. Wdnefiay 8 p.m. must ciirrtcii of cii fust, scientist Niirlh Palm llrarh IOI Cattlixnmi Mrwl Sunday 1 1 A.M. rrlnr.t.' -. 8 P.M. MUST CIIIHCH K IIHIT,SCIEM IST I ake nrth 118 I akrsidr lri Sunday 11 a.m. Wed. 8 p.m. Subject this Sunday "Mortals and Immortals" Ch. Sch. 9 45 a m. AW 6 00 f it. Good Shepherd, W.P.B. lev. I F. Ilatkburn -2341 Military ItoilWPI. Worship II air.: 7 30 P M. Church School V JO M T.F. Grace, West Palm Beach lev. lohn V. Whitehead 1152 Cherry load Worship 1 30 I II m. Church School t:4S am. NORTH PALM BEACH FAITH W...OUU S,.nti US. Hih.oy 1 ll flbliOo Onri Drib G 5CWJIT7 Poslor limit nuwiiy t aj. Sandoy Scbaol M54 Nily Ctniiifnifli lit Smliy 1 00 A U, 3rd Stoday 10 10 I I. CUITO EN ESPANOl, Rev. Cesar M. Benitez II am. FUST W. PAIM 7J0 Community telle Clodi 188 S. Svrinton ve. 8:00, 9:30, ond 1M5 A.M. BSXTeXETOI

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