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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 26

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Saturday, November 23, 1968
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1 ;Z(-Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nov. 23, 1968 I HUB Chapel Dedication Slated f7 V 1 i f' "N i v 'l v : f bote : V 1 , mm mm rtrV-A U mm'jfumii . Inn in i i i 1 ifammmmm Memphis, Term., goest organist. Former ministers who have served the church and been invited to participate in the dedication: The Rev. Robert Johnson of Atlanta, who as a seminary student did the initial work eventually leading to organization of the church; Dr. Edward Currie of Mon-treat, NY C, now a retired missionary; the Revs. John Henderson and Sterling Hunter, retired ministers now living at Miami, and the Rev. Jerry Voye, an associate pastor at Orlando. the form of a past, present and future. The former ministers, led by Dr. Ryan L. Wood, retiring pastor of the Memorial Presbyterian Church of West Palm Beach, will give the past; Richard M. Grucnwald, chairman of the building council, and Thomas Bates, a freshman at Palm Beach JUnior College, the present, and the church pastor, the future. Mrs. Richard J. Shropshire will be guest soloist and J. David Anderson, son of the pastor and a sacred music major at Southwestern College, I ft I." sVelW-ehjf mJi i'i nHHf settlni DR. WILLARD DELARA MRS. ANNE T. RYAN MISS ROSEMARY SCHOCH TONYSERRAO NORTH PALM BEACH -New chapel of the First Presbyterian Church on Prosperity Farms Road just north of Lighthouse Drive will be dedicated at 4 p.m. Sunday. Former ministers in the formative stages of the church and representatives of the Everglades Presbytery will take part in the service. The Rev. James F. Anderson, pastor, said the dedication is part of a series of services marking opening of the new chapel and the church school building which are valued at approximately $ 150,-000. The dedication will be in Annual Union Services Set LAKE WORTH - Annual union Thanksgiving service, sponsored by the Greater Lake Worth Ministerial Association, will be at 10 a.m. Thanksgiving Day in Calvary United Methodist Church, 301 First Avenue South. The offering received will be directed toward one of the association's projects of providing the Southeast Florida Tuberculosis Hospital in Lantana with a chaplain several days a week. Handel's 'Messiah' Scheduled Church In Riviera Sets Fund Crusade Tony Serrao, tenor, a junior at FAU and a soloist at the First Congregational Church in Fort Lauderdale, and Dr. Willard DcLara, bass, associate professor of music at Barry will be accompanied by a small chamber orchestra, harpsichord and organ. The production is under the direction of Richard Wright. Featured as soloists in the performance are: Mrs. Anne Teeter Ryan, soprano of Ma-rymount College and a member of the Tanglewood Choir, Berkshire Festival; Miss Rosemary Schoch, contralto of Miami-Dade where she is assistant professor of music; ROTARY EXCHANGE -Group member Robert H. Howell, Palm Beach engineer, will speak on "Sweden Today," at a dinner meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Men's Fellowship of the First Congregational Church, 1415 N. K St. The dinner is open to men of church and community, Reservations should be made with the church office. Holiday Deadline Because of the Thanksgiving holiday, Church copy deadline for next Saturday has been advanced by 24 hours to noon Wednesday in the newsroom of The Palm Beach New Pastor To Be Installed The Rev. John D. Whiddin will be installed pastor of Crusade committeemen include: E. M. Brown, general chairman; Frank DouRlas, vice chairman; Mrs. Clyde Canipe, spiritual chairman; W. J. Greene, canvass chairman; Carl Perkins and Robert Weaver, assistant canvass chairmen; Donald Plummer, special gifts chairman; Wallace Hendrixs assistant special gifts chairman; Frank Stough, publicity; Richard Frick, assistant publicity chairman; Mrs. Paul Huvett, clerical committee chairman; Mrs. Donald Baxter, food and entertainment. Elder J. Q. Heniy will give the benediction. The Rev. and Mrs. Whiddin are residing at 3990 Pot O'G-oldSt. The Rev. Charles Minton formerly was pastor of the church. BOCA RATON - Handel's "Messiah'' will be presented by Florida Atlantic University Community Chorus at Boca Raton High School at 8:15 p.m. Sunday. A donation will be received to attend the performance. The chorus includes members of the community and Baptist Convention Resolutions Sol VALLEY FORGE. Pa. (L'PI) - The Resolutions Committee of the 1969 American Baptist Convention has drawn up topics on which to develop proposed resolutions to be submitted to the meeting. They are: Arms Control; the Role of the United States in World Affairs; Economic Justice, National and International; the Pursuit of Justice inan Orderly Society; Educational Institutions and Social Change; and New Roles for Youth. Christian Church of SPIRITUAL SCIENCE 1601 East Hillsborough Blvd. D.arfi.ld Chamber f C.mmtrte Sunday S.rvic, 10 M. H.aline. Dlwin. W.rtai, ana Miiiag. Rtv. F.arl Bethanv Christian Church, 4120 Forest Hill Blvd., at 3 p.m. Sunday. He comes from Beaufort, N.C. Robert L. Williams, chairman of the church board, will preside. The Rev. Ben West of Fort Lauderdale, immediate past president of the Southeastern District, Disciples of Christ, will extend the district's greetings, and the Rev. Archie Mackey of Ocala, assistant executive minister of the Florida Christian Missionary Society, will 'be the installing minister. The Rev. Tom Jones, pastor of the First Christian Church of Sebring, will deliver the message. I I RIVIERA BEACH - In the hopes of "building a better church for a better tomorrow," the First United Methodist Church will begin its stewardship crusade Wednesday to underwrite a $75,000 capital improvements program. The crusade, to last through Dec. 11, was initiated at this time, according to church officials, because of present change and growth that must be met in the community. The church improvements outlined in the crusade, plus the regular annual budget also for $75,000, will help meet these needs, the Rev. Robert E. Brown, minister, said. A full scale of activities is being planned by church leaders for the two-week campaign, the Rev. Brown said. Highlights of the crusade will be a silent Holy Communion, Nov. 29; a sermon by Dr. E. Bruce Wilson of Lakeland, Dec. 1; meeting of all church women, Dec 3; crasaders and canvassers dinner, Dec. 5; 24-hour prayer vigil, 9 a.m. Dec. 6 throueli 9 a m. Dec. 7; victory service, Dec. 9. Members of the church will be notified of other events planned during the campaign. Planning of the crusade is being directed by Dr. Wilson, who is assisted by the Rev. Brown and Associate Minister the Rev. Paul Huvett. CALVARY TKMI'Ll! (Assembly of (, oil) Porter & Conniston - West Polm Beath Glenn M. Horit, Pastor 11 A.M. "A Layman Ministers" 7:30 P.M. "Til Prlro Af Ponro" is Christian Business Men's COMMITTEE LUNCHEON STOUFfirS RESTAURANT HOLIDAY INN. DOWNTOWN W.F.I. 12: 15 Ivtry Tuesday . No ff.wvolionl nmary Info - 832-3566 filiH fait. Put Nursery Facilities, Supervised Activities, Bldg. Heated & Air Cond. V: : , v:: , REV. JOHN D. WHIDDEN COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH 2835Gulfstr' m Rd Palm Springs Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship in::;o A.M. Evening Service 7:00 P.M. Wed. Evenine Bible Study 7:30 P.M. Dwight Chaplain, Minister Ph. 965-6280 S The People's Church ' It 1273 mitar Trail Vi' uptrotn er HoroSnrore store vC .f 9:45 Sunday School Vl 1 7:30 P M' Tnursday Pryer Service iMl 11 " PKOPLE OF All FAITHS WFWOMF mp$0$W 967-2525 683-5103 i; am.iimal mu;..;Yr m kciiks NATIONAL OFFICE - Lee G. Pugh of Riviera Beach has been appointed to the national Unitarian I'niversalist Association board of trustees to fill an unexpired term. He is a member of the board of the local Unitarian Church and program chairman, teacher of French and Spanish at Riviera Beach High School, president of the Association of Foreign Language Teachers of Palm Beach County, and vice-president of the newly-formed Palm Beach Funeral Society. ls.vv DINNER SPEAKER - The Jit. Rev. Albert Ervine Swift of Boca Raton will be principal speaker at second annual stewardship dinner of Holy Spirit Episcopal Church in the Marina Inn, (formerly the Ho-tel George Washington), at 7 p.m. Sunday, according to the Rev. Peter F. Watterson, rector of the local church. The Rt. Rev. Swift formerly was missionary bishop of Puerto Rico and now assistant Bishop of the Smith Florida Diocese. Royal Palm Beach, Fla. Gundoy bchool V45 A.M. Morning Worship ... ..1 1 ;00 A.M. Mid Week Wed........ 8:30 P.M. Eugene Lundberg, Pastor J16T0WN 1510 High Ridge, Rd. l.W. Sunday School. ...... .9:45 A.M. Morning Wonhip..... 1 1:00 A.M. Mid Week Wed. 7:00 P.M. James R. Magnuion, Pastor All roNDITIONID V A Vs..'... , . 4 COMMUNITY CIIUKCII .LllI i'.l 1 VISITORSj "SfJTOEol MM" 1 WELCOME I n Ifti I ol trie .Americas A Friendly Church with a Total Program For The Whole Family N.W. 4lh Avenue K N.W. 6th St. Boca Raton Ph. .195-2400 FIRST CHURCH of RELIGIOUS SCIENCE IINtSI HOLMIS, FOUNDM N.n.D.neminelitn.l - JOHN FAT1N, MINBIF 81 1 N. OtIVE AVE, W.P.B. Phone 833-9566 OPEN DAILY 9 to .1 I 1 A.M. "The Bread of l ife" HIG. I)IC. 1, A 2ND M;ICI; 9 TO 10 A.M. Hear John Partin 9 A.M. WJNO 1 Every Sunday' -Public Prayer Room Open $ to 7 Boofct, GiHl EVANGKI.1ST - Moody Atlams, will conduct services at 6:30 p.m. daily, Monday through Dec. 1, at Grace. Baptist Church, 898 SW 10th St., Dclray Beach, according to the Rev. J. L. Merrell, pastor. Over the years he has preached in "hippie colonies," a communist headquarters building, packed football stadiums and to primitive Maya Indians in Central America. 1im.'Hiei.i filt MNLSTKRS Torrey M. Johnson John Douglas, Visit al ion Donald (i. Newman Music William Redder, Education JStuNDAY SCHOOL 10:45 A.M. DR. TORREY JOHNSON nmniir No Condemnation ROMANS- No Defeat No Separation This Service Broadcast 11 AM WWOG-99-9 liMON CONGREGATIONAL UllRCH (United Chunk Of Christ) 2727 GEORGIA AVE., WEST PAIM IEACH South of lelyedore Rd. Roy. Allyn K. Wadloigh; Pastor family Worship Service of Thanksgiving 9:.'in A.M. There ' a class for you' tonhip .Wirfii AM. hurrh SrW-V.'.W AM; thM trfi MHSKHY 10.13, 7 P.M, JUMOR CHURCH 10:45 A.M. COMMUNION First Sunday of the month 10:45 A.M. Other Sunday! 6:00 P.M. KING'S TElvNS For all Teenagers 5:30 P.M. MIOWEKK SKI? VICE Wednesday 7:110 P.M. Memorial Hall 7:00 P.M. REV. RICHARD KRUEGER Evangelist and Pastor-Ringwood Baptist Church Ringwood, N.J. "lilicii is a Clirislian Not a Clirislian?" Join with us in Prayer Wednesday Evenings 7:30 P.M. Typical ond Prophetical Messages on the Seven Churches Teacher, Pastor John Douglas ROYAL POIFJCIANA CHAPEL Whitehall Way, Palm Beach Inter-Denominational PREMIER SHOWING FILM "VIET NAM PROFILE" in Living Color - 80 Minute Length World Vision, Producer SUNDAY, NOV. 24, 7:30 P.M. LAIN TANA IMMUNITY CIIUKCII 900 So. Broadway, Lantana "God of Work in the Midst of War" WITH CENTERED MINISTRY Dr. Samuel M. Lindsay Will Preach 1 1 A.M. Special Thanksgiving Day Service 10:30 A.M. jmpiijuiiH..inwwn 1 THANKSGIVING DAY CONCERT NOV. 28th 7 P.M. PRAISE GOD FROM WHOM ALL BLESSINGS FLOW BIBLETOWN COMMUNITY CHURCH FIRST CONCERT of the SEASON CHURCH OF CHRIST You ARE . . . . .Always Welcome Bible Classes Sunday 9:00 A.M. Wednesday 10 A.M. and 7:30 P.M. Worship Sunday 9:50 A.M. & 6:30 P.M. Bible Correspondence Class Now Available Ph 848-1111 1111 36th S. West Palm Beach THANKSGIVING REVIVAL HEAR REV. D. J. BURREL NOV. 24 THRU DEC.l. 7:30 P.M. Nitely Except. Saturday BETHEL TEMPLE (assemblies of God Church) 113216th Avt. No. lake Worth - Rev. W. C. Wynn, Pastor "I challenge you to loan me one-half hour ol your time each week to set if what I have to say makes sense in your own personal set of problems," says John Allen Chalk. Herald of Truth is presented by churches of Christ. Herald of Truth presented by the churches of Christ WOXT l0:00a.m.Sundoy I'EA TURING TONY FONTANE Sacred Concert, Recording and T.V. artist, whom music critics have acclaimed to have one of the most beautiful natural voices of this generation. Also Featuring Dawn Elizabeth, Vocalist Eugene Kiel, Tenor Nancy Mitchell, Soprano Bernice Cober, Pianist Doris Newman, Organist UNITY Teaches $hVw"!f!l V'f)' . ''rtrsirm Take worth lake worth North fd.ral Church Chntt Tenth Avtnue Church of Oinst 720 North Moral Highway 3846 Tnth Avtnu Nofth Siblo Study ........ 1 0:00 A.M. , Study 10:00 A M Morninq Worship . . .;t 1.00 .M. Morning Worship . . . 1 1 ;00 A M l"n" .w'hip ; .... 6:30 P.M. Evening Worship .... 6:30 P.M. J.M. Morris, Minister Jim Dod0, Minister Phono 515-0389 Phono 683-3176 PAIM BEACH GARDENS DELRAY BEACH Northsido Church of Christ South Federal Church of Christ 4436 West lake Park Road $E 6th Avenue K6le Study ........ 1000 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 6:00 P.M Nelson P. Alsup, Minister ' o.E. Mou, Minister Phono 148-0817 Phono 778-3821 TUNE IN TO OUR DEVOTIONAL BROADCAST WQXT . 1340, A.M. - WW0S - 97.9 t.tfi MOW., - FRI., 7; 15 A.M. TONY FONTANE Every day lift yourself up in your own mind, mood, imagination, sheer inner conviction. Every day do something with a sense of freedom and spontaneity, something you've wanted to do or felt you should do, but have shirked because of inertia or fear. Start right now. Make a program for yourself. Every day try to do something to make life pleasanter for others, not from a sense of duty or in hope of a reward, but because of the sheer pleasure of being able to do it. Then behold how these active, happy inner states increase and grow, to bless you and transform you, to transform and bless your world. Dana Gatlin; God Is the Answer. Your local Unity Church if a friendly place (o worehip. You will find it o. Attend this week! 35 Voice Junior Choir 35 Voice Harmony Chorus 40 Voice Sanctuary Choir. CONCERT DIRECTOR DON NEWMAN CONCERT HOST DR. TORREY JOHNSON Unity of the Poll leaches i57S.flltrPr. I33-M3J Unity of lake Worth' .31 HH St. 51235.' Unity of Delroy leach . 101 NW 22nd Sr. 27i

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