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Pittsburgh Press, Sat., Oct. 25, 1975 UFOs: Are They Martians fy .at Or Miracles? By GEORGE R. PLAGENZ Seripps-Howard Religion Writer Last Jan. 15 a squadron of UFO-like objects soared in the skies over Japan 15 to 20 glowing objects, cruising in straight formations inside a strange, misty cloud. Thousands of people, in Japanese cities hundreds of miles apart, reported seeing the mysterious "celestial string of pearls." Were they planes? Apparently not for, although it was an exceptionally clear night, nothing appeared on radar. . What were the objects then? Would you believe angels? The Rev. Billy Graham, who re- lates the story of the UFO sightings In Japan in his new book on angels,, says: "Some Christian writers have speculated that UFOs could very well be part of God's angelic host who preside over the physical affairs of the universe." " The evangelist doesn't say he agrees with these speculations but he admits that "UFOs are astonishingly angel-like in some of their reported appearances." Angel-like,, suggests Graham, in the sense that angels have "the ability to change their appearance and shuttle in a flash from heaven to earth and back again." While angels do not have bodies, they can take on bodies, Graham tells us, "when God appoints them to a task requiring a body." In other words, "they can become visible when necessary." Graham is not the first to intimate there is a connection between angels and UFOs. A 1974 book entitled, "Gods and Spacemen of the Ancient Past," by W. Raymond Drake, asserts that "choirs of angels now manifest in forms more suited to our modern mind," a reference to UFO spaceships. Books like Erich van Daniken's "Chariots of the Gods?" have raised speculations that UFOs may have, supernatural origins. But it is Graham's new book, "Angels: God's Secret Agents," which is likely to stimulate the most discussion on the subject of whether angels are for real. Graham says they are. The evangelist got the idea to write a book on angels, he says, after delivering a TV sermon on the subject. "I received more than 200,000 requests for copies of that sermon," Graham says. "I discovered there was a tremendous vacuum on the subject of angels. Practically nothing had been written on angels in this century." Angels are mentioned more than 300 times in the Bible. In Jesus' day it was believed that each nation had its patron angel and that each individual had his guardian angel. Orthodox Christianity has tradition--ally recognized the existence of angels but most moderns have probably relegated angels to the realm of poetic fancy of think of them as symbolic of the unseen forces of good in the world. Bible scholars today take various points of view regarding angels. Some would say they are "supersti-. tious relics of ignorant periods in history." Others consider angels to be "literary devices" of writers while still others say angels stand for spiritual realities which cannot be fitted into our earth-bound imagery. "Then there are those scholars who dismiss the halo-harp-wings pictoraliza-tion of angels but who insist, nevertheless, that angels are literal, real, non-body entities who people the spirit world. On the subject of guardian angels, Graham says, "the great majority of Christians can recall some incident in which their lives, in times of critical danger, have been miraculously preserved an 'almost' plane crash, a near car wreck, a fierce temptation. Though they may have seen no angels, their unseen presence could explain- why tragedy was averted." . Graham also says UFOs bear a "striking resemblance to angelic aircraft described thousands of years in the Old Testament" - as for instance by Ezekicl whose description of the wheel on fire indicates to some that what he was seeing was a ES: The ChurcheS::::::ffiims: Graham hopes the book will counteract all the attention being given to the occult forces of evil demons and devils, which Graham also believes in. . Graham concludes that these personal experiences, are well as evidence from Scripture, "confirm to us that guardian, guiding angels attend at least some of our ways and hover protectively over our lives." ::::::: 1 Romanian Princess Turned Nun To Lead Series In Shadyside V An Ellwood City nun, daughter of Romanian royalty, will lead a series of meetings on steps in the spiritual life beginning Tuesday at Calvary Episcopal Church, Shadyside. The Rev. Mother Alexandra, founder and first abbess of the Orthodox Monastery of the Transfiguration in Ellwood City, was the youngest daughter of King Ferdinand and Queen Maria of Romania. She helped in the rebuilding of her country after World War I and later married Archduke Anton of Austria. Unable to live under the Nazi regime, she returned to Romania in 1944, in time to watch the Communist takeover of her country. She and her nephew, King Michael, were forced into exile in 1948, and Mother Alexandra's travels eventually led her to the United States. When her children had reached adulthood, Mother Alexandra entered the novitiate in 1961. Six years later she professed her vows and founded an English speaking monastery for women of all ethnic backgrounds. The monastery is under the jurisdiction of the Orthodox Church of Ameri-. ca, formerly the Russian Orthodox Church. She will speak on spiritual living on three consecutive Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. and on three consecutive Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. There is a registration fee. ' Dr. Jack M. Maxwell, minister of the. Presbyterian Church of Sewickley, will lead chapel services at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, East Liberty, at 11 a.m. Thursday. Dr. Maxwell, former instructor at Princeton Theological Seminary, is on the commission on worship of the Consultation on Church Union (COCU). MAXWELL Tomorrow is Reformation Sunday and many area Protestant churches, particularly Lutherans, will celebrate with special services. The worship service first used by Martin Luther in 1523 will be followed at 11 a.m. tomorrow in First Lutheran Church, downtown. Eight North Area Lutheran churches have joined to present a Reformation service at 3 p.m. tomorrow in Emanuel's Lutheran Church, Bellevue. The speaker will be the Rev. William C. Hankey, past president of the Western Pennsylvania-West Virginia Synod, Lutheran Church in America. A social hour will follow. The contributions of the Reformers will be discussed at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Brentwood Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Warren T. Woodward will preach on "Reformation of Man or God?" at 11 a.m. tomorrow in United Presbyterian Church of Ingram. "Here I Stand" will be the Reformation Sunday theme of the Rev. Walter L. Dosch at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Beverly Heights United Presbyterian Church, Mt. Lebanon. The congregation of Sixth Presbyterian Church, Squirrel Hill, will celebrate the church's 125th anniversary at 11 a.m. tomorrow. The Rev. Donald W. Chichester, a former minister, will preach. The first church was located In the Hill District and was moved to Squirrel Hill in 1903. The Rev. Richard G. Riedel will preach on "All One Body We" at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Mulberry United Presbyterian Church, Wilkinsburg. "v -I The Rev. Dr. Bruce W. Thielemann, dean of the chapel at Grove City College, will speak at 9 and 11:10 a.m. tomorrow in Sunset Hills United Presbyterian Church Mt. Lebanon. Dr. Thie-I e m a n n former minister in Mc-Keesport and Glen-dale, Calif., travels more than 50,000 miles a year speaking at THIELEMANN variousfunc-tions. He also runs a cassette tape ministry. '. The Westmoreland Association of the United Church of Christ will have a festival of faith service in First Reformed Chrurch, Greensburg, at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow. The speaker will be Dr. Albert Bartholomew, regional secretary for Latin America of the denomination's United Church Board for World Ministries. A Tri-State Jesus rally, featuring music and testimonies, will be at 7 tonight in Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall, Oakland. The National Reform Association will have its 112th annual dinner at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 3, in Eastmin-ster United Presbyterian Church, East Liberty. The dinner speaker will be the Rev. Myles W. MacDonald, senior pastor of Mt. Lebanon United Presbyterian Church. Reservations must be made by Monday. Church school teachers from the north boroughs have been invited to "Discovery Learning" workshops to be conducted from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Wednesday in Emsworth United Presbyterian Church and Thursday in Orchard' United Presbyterian Church, Avalon. The workshops are directed by Christian Associates of Southwest Pennsylvania and sponsored by the North Boros Ministerial Association. Evangelist George Nichols of Union-town will lead a New Life Crusade in Union Baptist Church, Arnold, at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow through next Saturday. The Rev. Harold Meers of Peters Creek Baptist Church will speak on "Is Preaching Going Out of Style?" when the Monongahela Association of American Baptist Chrurches has its 143rd Archbishop To Preach At Red Mass Pratt Stat Wlra LATROBE - Archbishop Jean Jadot, the Vatican's apostolic delegate to the United States, will reach the homily at Westmoreland County's "Red Mass at noon Friday in the St. Vincent Basilica here. The mass asks God's blessing on judges, lawyers and public servants in the county. Greensbure Catholic JADOT Bishop William G. Connare will be principal mass celebrant. Archbishop Jadot, a native of Belgium, was the Pope's representative to Southeast Asia and to several African nation before being assigned to the United States in 1973. annual meeting at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow in Great Bethel Baptist Church. A new, expanded version of the musical, "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" will be presented in St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Sewickley, at 4 p.m. tomorrow and 5:30 p.m. Monday. The performances are free. . John and Karen Romeri will prec-sent an organ recital at 4 p.m. tomorrow in Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church. An organ recital by Russell G. Wich-mann, chairman of the music department . at Chatham College, is scheduled at 8 p.m. tomorrow in First Presbyterian Church, Greensburg. Dr. Charles H. Heaton, organist at East Liberty Presbyterian Church, will give an organ recital in the church at 4 p.m. tomorrow, Tomorrow in Southminster Presbyterian Church, Mt. Lebanon, young people will present a program on Christian heroes at 9 a.m. and Dr. Richard M. Cromie will preach on "Why You Need the Church" at 11 a.m. Tomorrow in First Presbyterian Church, downtown, the Dr. John A. Huffman Jr. will preach on "Have You Counted the Cost?" at 10:45 a.m. and on "An Introduction to Prayer" at 7:30 p.m. He will speak on "Planning Toward Wholeness" at the Tuesday Noon Club for business persons. While most believers in angels are probably found among Catholics or fundamentalists cr members of certain occult groups some liberal Protestant thinkers leave open the possibility that angels do exist. The Rev. George Buttrick, one of the leading Protestant preachers of this century, says: "It would be egregious conceit on our part to suppose that God can have no orders of personal life better than our blundering humanity." The number of those who believe In angels is no doubt higher than the number of those who feel that the creatures peopling UFOs are angels in disguise. But in a chapter in his book about "angels in our lives today," Graham tells a story which is as fantastic as any having to do with angels in UFOs. It concerns an incident involving Britain's air force in World War II and recounted by Lord Hugh Dowding, the air chief marshal. The story goes that a group of British planes were hit while on a mission. The pilots were either killed or incapacitated. "Yet their planes kept flying," according to the story in Graham's book. "In fact, on occasion, pilots in other planes would see a figure still operating the controls. "What was the explanation? The air chief marshal said he believed angels had actually flown some of those planes whose pilots sat dead in their cockpits." Seminary To Host Art-Lecture Series ' Sculptor Oliver LaGrone will present an exhibit-lecture series Monday through Friday at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, East Liberty. The program, "The Odyssey of the Afro-American and His Art," will feature LaGrone's sculpture, poetry and lectures. His work will be on display daily from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. LaGrone will speak Monday through Thursday at 7:30 p.m. on various aspects of art His appearance is sponsored by the seminary's Black Seminarians. Affirmative Action Program Scheduled : The impact of affirmative action program in the on American society will be the subject of a panel discussion at 9:15 p.m. Thursday in Beth El Congregation, Scott Twp. Speaking will be Thomas Kerr, president of the Pittsburgh Chapter of the ACLU and attorney Robert Tucker. Former Pitt Dean Leads Ukrainians A former University of Pittsburgh administrator has been elected the first woman president of the Ukrainian Orthodox League of the U.S.A. .- ! She is Alice B. Sivulich, assistant dean of students at Lafayette College and former assistant dean of women at Pitt and teacher in Pittsburgh schools. Catholics Jews Host Workshop Catholic-Jewish relations 10 years after Vatican II will be the subject of a day-long workshop tomorrow in Temple Rodef Shalom, Oakland. Featured speakers at the meeting, to be held from 2 to 8 p.m., will be Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum and the Rev. John T. Pawlikowski. Rabbi Tanenbaum is national 'director of interrcligious affairs for "the American Jewish Committee. He was the only rabbi present at Vatican Council II, when the "Declaration on Non-Christian Religions" was adopted, beginning a new era in Jewish-Catholic relations. Following a welcome by Pittsburgh Bishop Vincent M. Leonard and 'presentations by the two main speakers, those attending will meet in smaller groups to discuss various aspects of the theme. Discussion leaders will include the Rev. Lee Hicks, director of Christian. Associates of Southwest Pennsylvania; Dr. Richard Firster, director of Judeo-Christian Relations, American Baptist Churches; Rabbi Walter Jacob of 'Rodef Shalom; William Shaffer, local American Jewish Committee director; Michael Bierman of the United Jewish Federation; John Hannigan of the Pittsburgh Diocese, and Harold S. Bi-gler of the regional American Jewish Committee. Tomorrow's meeting is sponsored by the Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Jewish Committee and the Ecumenical Commission of the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese. Fr. Monios Transferred To Maryland The Rev. Constantine M. Monios of Mt. Lebanon has been named dean of the Greek Orthodox cathedral of Maryland in Baltimore, effective Nov. 1. He will celebrate his last liturgy at . ' Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church, where he has been priest for 15 years, at 10 a.m-. tomor row. A fare well banquet lc cphoHntoH at 7 pm" MONI0S tomorrow in Chatham Center. V S Father Monios, who is 42 today, was born in Monessen. He is a graduate of Monessen High School and Holy Cross Seminary. He has a master degree from Boston University. He is a past president of the Orthodox Clergy of Greater Pittsburgh and a former member of the steering committee of Christian Associates of Southwest Pennsylvania. He is on the board of South Hills, Child Guidance Center and the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Father Monios and his family will live in Baltimore, where Annunciation Cathedral is located. A CHRISTIAN CHURCHES BELLEVUE Lincoln & Starr Aves CENTRAL OAKLAND 134N DithndgeSt CR AFTON 81 E CrahonAve HOMEVILLE J I Etna A Eastman Sts m , NORTH HILLS y, Mj 7 78 Thompson Run Rd SsJ FIRST CHURCH. N S 717 Ridge Ave "THE CHRISTIAN HOUR ' JundevB 15am WPIT (7301 Or. Harold I Ntwlar). lite, See'yj Christian Evangelistic Society 1 34 N. Dithridge St., Pgh. 1 Jl 1 31 687 3955 THIRD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH5 Fifth and South Negley Avenues pastois FrejOnck 8. Speakman Judson Wiley Coinalius S Thome Director of Music -John R lively 1 1 o.m. "HERE, JUST BEFORE WINTER" DR. SPEAKMAN WILL PREACH 'KclU't it'll. I' resin icrinn C hurch1 FIFTH AVI ATTHACKERAY ST. Filth Ave iutes stop at door Ministers: Douglas A. Dundardola. Gregg Ogden A Williom C. Latte 11 o.m.-"A SELF-FULFILLING PROPHECY" Mr. Dunderdol preaching 7:30 p.m. ORDINATION SERVICE of Stove Heln Joseph E 0 Brian, Organist Choir Director 687 3243 SSaSSIIVING CHRIST WITH HI ART AND MINDSSS CHRISTIAN I MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH ISOEostOhioSt. . 9 30 a.m Sundy School A Gin! Sunday Schtol !oi Eveiy Age 10:45 o.m. T .... n.K.b.tim "Faith in An Age ol Doubt" 7:00 p.m. Dr. K. C. l-'raser "The High Cost ol Murder" MS pa nsn Sun., Nov. J 7:00 P.M. ' SACRED CONCERT The Ray Smith Indian Family t kast.ui.ystkii United Presbyterian Chureh 2?0 WlH HighlHnd Uall 9:45 A.M. Sunday School lor All Ages 1 0:45 A.M. Old Fashioned Hymn Sing 1 1 A.M. "Is Anone Listening?" Dr. Ludwig preaching Ministers: W. Foul uow,, Director ol Mullci Stanley I. Taea ThomoiKChodwnfc BaaafOJALL CORDIALLY INVITID-NUBSHY DU1ING ALL SlilVICISgasssassssja .Buddha Talk Set. "Visions of Buddha" will be the subject of a free lecture by author Mattie Louise Gephardt at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Unity Center, 818 Liberty Ave., Downtown. The talk is sponsored by the Theosophical Society in Pittsburgh. AMERICAN BAPTIST CHURCHES Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church ALAIAMAetWISHIBim AVI.,pOMONT M.MM11J 9:45 a.m. Church School 1 1 a.m. Warship Sorvica lokert I. Overstreet, 0. MiA., Minister Morris f. Anderson, Asst. Minister Peters Creek Baptist Church 1 1 t.m. end 7:00 .m Worship Services Church School 145 a.m. Harold G. Meers, Sr. Minister Jorrei S. Harris, Assoc. Win.-Andrew Hohbs. Jr.. Min. el Music t Ed. UK LI Y 10 ITE M LIIIHt . m m ini CAKNIOII IATIST CHtMCH Marts lirael lis It.m.rrM l:)MwkSMti.rvWaiihit . KNOXVIlLt lAPTIStCMUICM IHOrtllfrSlt. R. Vsltfif luiiautt i V Hi tin. - Wtrlhii It flm Te Us Vtu Are A Stronger Only Onto ClAfTON iAPTIST CHUHCH-tteuken St. Oregon Ave. :45 A.M. S.S-1 1 A.M. W.rlhlp-e, Wis, H. Mortord, 051-147 First Baptist Church of Pittsburgh IflllFlllDt OAYAtO, OAKLAND Phone 631.0JOO 1:00 A.M.-Chonn.l 4-AITH in TODAY'S WORLO ' lUSINiSSITHICS" 1! o.m. "STRANGE WORDS OF COMfORT" Dr. Stromei Dr. CoH G. Strom. Rev. Foul Alello, Jr. ST. GEORGE ORTHODOX CHURCH (Dawson St. A llvd. of Allies) Oakland, Pittsburgh The Very Rev. George S. Corey 11:00 A.M. HIERARCHICAL LITURGY Metropolitan Philip, officiating i. EAST LIBERTY PRFSRYTFRIAN tm CHURCH Sefft VL ' P!NN AND i Ml' II 'M HIGHLAND MAUS 1 III) A M -HOLY COMMI'NIUN JUA M.-CHUKCH SCHOOL II 00 MORNING WORSHIP "The High Cost ot Oil" Mr. Rogers, Preaching 4 00 ORGAN RECITAL Dr. Charles Huddleston Heaton Reeitalisl MINISTERS Charles P flobshaw John H Scott Charles H Heaton Onanist Director e.orti.rlJ Honors. Minister Ot Chr. E4. Mary S Williams. Minister ol Christian Social Service iiwi MA 73 75 77A, 77B. il. 87.88.S9A.9IA.91H frVoorirml by WlOA AMlSSfl FM97t ote SLiJbcIc Resticrian Ckurcli AMBERSON AVENUE JUST OFF FIFTH .'"... : MINISTERS: " ' '' rV- I6bert Cleveland Holland $ JomaiHIromlloikwnoO Davit lorden Price Thornes CraltJleClerO ' ' liAiell O.Withmenn, Mmliter of Musk Wayne Ronald Nick anon, C amput Minu ter 11 a.m. DR. HOLLAND will preach ' "VICTORY BY DEFEAT" Re broodrast throuqh WtDO 1 :04 p.m and KDKA ot 11 U p .n. DlAl-A Sf AmOM 682-1911 , " DIAL A Bk"'- 3TORY:6S2 7315 A- UNITED METHODIST CHURCHES ALOWINCOMMUNItY I MI.LUANON 5001 Instill U . Wh,.,M HI 1100 . Jilt West i,.,r,l )l Till t II 1 M. I S 1 10-W.,ih,, 1 10 1 IMS , n. Noll .t,Ml h. H Plsar Dr. Wimion Irmr ISirryC Putt I. Buhord n. Kin rntinracr, II tliiii, Jr. IMOIV-UStlllMTr MONOOIVULI Morlk HiMini lit. ( ,., si. fcl" " - 'leie-il-MM tJ0O..,hS(ko.UIIB0W.ukl J0t II aM Csmrta tcheal lober! S. Loth 363-3231 ,Jti "ei.-sttrApleTne I W 1 lloha. a. J Pettier. Poilori INGOMAR-1501 W Inoomar Rd INorth Hillsl Services 9 30 8i 1 1 AM 364 3613 E I Parks. 0 J Lute I i Tl nrmrmtmamZmmntlTl- -- ' -JJM , s t i ' 1 ST. ANDREWS LUTHERAN CHURCH I Ctittr-t enriMariwaod As. fti71,l2 54-C A eottt-t M. Iurgr; ft. Myr; A. rnn,lm. I m 1 1 a.m. "DEFINING GOD'S WAY" Pastor Buerger fnr i Doilv aYriotureond Proyer, Draft 1-9703 Easy, convenient, economical that's a Press Want Ad! sssss r I 1 u CHRIST Barclay Ae.. Forest HiH Is. UmU lt. Pnlar27l-I10t S tO t I I A m t ) 4S FIRST TRINITY Oakland Nm Pill ICMU.. SJ5 N Ntytlle In lantsfikiKklti.tSiMr g) AH(1 Sunday Sihool 1 4S Sarvtce 11AM The Downtown Churches Welcome You SMITHFIELD UNITED CHURCH Congregational (UCQ end Methodist 610 Smilhlield St. at Mellon Square 10:43-"Who Needs The God Idea?" Rev. Robert S. Folti, preaching 12:15 SUNDAY DINNER OPEN TO PUBLIC FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH 615 Grant St. 11 a.m. A Reformation Service based on the first Lutheran Service of Dr. Martin Luther December 1 323 DR. JOHN T. SOAUGHLIH. PAStOO, WILL PMACH SIDMON-' THI PAST IS NOt THAf 6000-1MI POISINT It NOt THAT IAD" UNITY CENTER sis liberty a. lev. Thornes I. Coates 5th floor. 761-1 15 J S. S. 9:30 ADULTS 1 1 A.M. CHILDREN 11 A.M. "KNOW THYSELF" Thursday 1 1 a.m. Lecture t Healing Servici Unity is ulml tf Cnriirten riewj el eVrelee1 to teeteirhj eerli eenee htw to ftfW Ikt Cimr tvifhin hmull. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sixth Avtnu ntar Wood Street John A. Huffman, Jr., Minister 9:30 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 1 0:4$ e.m.-"HAVE YOU COUNTED THI COSH" Dr. Huffman keeelioitOver KOKA, lOie lOt JOO.PA. 7:30 p.m.-"kU INTRODUCTION TO MAYER" Dr. Huffman TUESDAY NOON CLUI FOR BUSINESSMEN-1 JiJS WEDNESDAY NOON SERVICE 1 2:30 THURSDAY NOON CLUB FOR WOMEN-II: 1 S TRINITY EPISCOPAL CATHEDRAL SUNDAY SHVICIli SIXTH AVENUE end ImitMlOld t OO e m. Holy Eucherist end Sermon 1 0:30 a.m. Morning Prayer & Sermon The Rv. John H. Shumaktr 10 30 e m. CHURCH SCHOOL AND NURSERY AIIT SIIVICIS- 11:05e. r U:OS p.m ' Thursday 1 't) 5 p.m. Healing, Service ASSEMBLY Of GOD BiTHEL ASSEMBLY iteyten at Marshall Aa . N S 231 S?00 J. Clayton Sheridan. Paster. S S S am 10 a m. Worship Tues. 7 30 Family Nita Sunrlay 7 00 P M Sharlnj Tima CATHOLIC-LATIN MASS lBaep,aj(nl,ruBdamtal ha TRUE MASS Th TRUE MASS cm ntvirchlng Every Sunday el 8 00 ft 1 0 00 . Our Lady of Fatimi Chapel 21tft Sidney Sli., South Sid CHRISTIAN CARNEGIE ASSEMBLY GOD 600 Washington Ave . Carneqie Ran Anthony Planes 279 6227 I I 10-Wotship 11 Evangel 7 pm. MONROEVILLE Assembly ol God 398 Hockbarg Rd., University Park J S Laaka. Pastor 327 2822 S S S 46 Worship 10 A5 7 pm BAPTIST SWISSVALE BAPTIST CHURCH 1 1 a m. Praaching The Word 7 p rn. GAR B C. Affilletion A C.C C. 7310O40 Corner Betrayer Miriam 1 mm. Parkway BAPTIST-SOUTHERN GATEWAY BAPTIST CHURCH Phona 441 3906 Aiken A Howe in Advent ist fllrlg. B S 9 46 Worship 1 1 am e 7 pm LAKESIDE BAPTIST CHURCH 337 Weterdam Rd . McMurray 941 9035 Ray NormanW Claop 941. 7550 BBS 46 Worship 1 1 am B 7 pm. Ch Trg 6 pm Wert Pfayar 7 30 MONROEVILLE BAPTIST CH. 2517 Haymaker Rd 372 1333 Rev Hulnt Gloer S S 9 45 Worship 1 1 A 7 30 Church Trg t 30. Wed Preyet 7 30 NORTH PARK BAPTIST CHURCH Realties Sample Rds 364 229 atev. Jim 0 Crowder. Pastor SSI 30 Worship 11am. ChurctiTrg S p m Worship 7 p m. Wed Prayer Service 7 30 p m. PITTSBURGH BAPTIST CHURCH Jl 00 Pioneer Aye 341 1660 Rev Celvm Baikrv. Pestor III 46 Worship 11am. TU B 30-Worship 7 30 p m. Wed. Prever Service 7 16 p m SOUTH PARK iSPTIST CHURCH 71 S9 Baptist Rd . Bethel Park Rev Sob Graham 835 1191.831 4t4 IS 46 Worship 11 e m A 7pm Church Tiff S p m. Wed Prayer 7 30 BRETHREN POH CHURCH ot The BRETHREN eechwood Blvd t Lilec It. E leRoy Oicst. Pestor R Russell Buler. Associate 4S Church School-Nursery 11 Worship Sorvtco Nureory 7 p. m Prayer Service CATHOLIC CORPUS CHRISTI CHURCH 1550 Lincoln Ave (on the busltnel Masses Sat Eve 7 Sun 10 4 12 COME AND JOIN US' EAST IND- 6()02AldiSt 15206 S S 10 AM WORSHIP 11AM MT LEBANON CHRISTIAN Church Cedar Blvd ot Hollycresi 531 8554 Rav Vernon flowers. Minister Bible School 9 45 Worship ll A M CHRISTIAN Church ol WILKINSBURG 748 Wallace Ave , Pgh 16221 . 241 3656 or 241 2616 Rav. Richard J. Hull. Minister 1 1 9 46 Worship 1 1 a m ' ' CHRISTIAN ol N.A. DEPRESSED OR TROUBLED DIAL A DEVOTION 372 4760 CALVARY BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH i371 Nnitham Pika. Mniitoavilla :i M OiO 0 North Millm Paitoi 372 8466 Sunrlnv Wnnhip 1 0 45 a ni 7 p m niptpi.tuKi lor thr- at an services USSART 8APTIST CHUICH Rta. SB between Library & Fmlayville S S 9 46 Worship 11am' John Arnold. Pastol H.I3 1600 PRL ACHINl, CHRIS1 IN I ME SOII1M IMUS I A Hlil iT Mil PI Mil N' i SUNDAY SCHOOl So Hills Christian School K thru 12 PRESBYTERIAN-Orthodo) COVENANT Church1604 Graham llvd Calvin Ciimmiri( Pastni 731 SOM A M 1 P M - f ot th vVrvd ill Gftrt ft Tha Testimony ol JMlii Chrnt QUAKER FRIENDS MEETING 10:30 A M. 4S30 llliwoith Ave., Bhedyaida THE SALVATION ARMY LUTHERAN LCA ff DOWNTOWN TEMPLE CORPS 427 Boutevanl of the Aides . MaiAr Rohan Myars Mnrninn SHrviu dill 00 a rti. CHRISTIAN Church ol NO AMERICA 241 Shady Ava.. East Liberty Rav. Sam Rancaiora 381 0177 S. S 10 Sarvica 11 Watt 7 45 pm CHURCH Or CHRIST t.Mllfll.M 01 t.HH'SI Fifth Ave and Bnachwnnd Blvd. MoiiriM Whil. M il"M.' Chnrrh.161 )6,l2 Mm, star W4I24 S S 10 Wms'iin 11AM ft 6 3(1 i M CROSSROADS Church of CHRIST Nr Donaldson s Crossroads. Rio 19 Worship 1 0 30 It S 00. 941 4942 S S 9 30. Wad Sar 7 30 p m , NO HILLS CHURCH OF CHRIST 4721 McKnight Rd . Cantar Bids Sarvicas 11AM 6 30 P M 487 1 164 SS 10Wed Bibl.Clasi 7 30 WHITEHALL CHURCH OF CHRIST 6100 Brownsvilla Rd. 884 2055 Earl J Wilharson. Minister 885 0841 S B 10 Wor.h.ptl AO 30pm. Wadnasday Sarvica 7 30 p m EPISCOPAL Calbarp 315 Shady Ave at Walnut St The Rev John Beit. 0 0. Rector DonelO WiHnne. Oriental-Choirmaster ' S OOa m Trial Use Rite II 10 30 o.m.o-Mormng Service) ft Sermon Or. John Bail, D O. IMS-Tiiol Use Rue I HEALING Sarvica Emily Gardiner Naal Calvary Episcopal Church 31 5 Shady Aye at Walnut St. Every Mon. 8 pm. All welcom CHURCH ol The GOOD SHEPHERD Second A Johnston Ava . Haralwood An Historic Landmark Church Mass B 30-10 Hilling) EVANGELICALTREE TiTTvANGUICAl FiTCHUi KM "I OFMcKIISPOIT 4001 University Dr 664 92 IB ThaRev Chas 19 Will, Pastor S S 9 45 Worship 10 45 A M. Evening Evongel 7pm FAST LIBERTY IIJTHIRAN 1 0 4S n m Sr-ivire 570 Pmmii Ave MT. LEBANON UNITEO LUTHERAN 975Wsh.nqi.1nR1 55.T 0.100 Dennis K. Koch Pastors Robt. J Hart man Worships 30 8. 11 8 S 9 45 LUTHERAN-WIS. SYNOD Hrl RtfHANV tUTHfRAN CHURCH nl i hi NORTH HILIS Worships 30a m S S. 10 45 riv Brf'H-K Pn'ilor 487 ?S9fi DIVINf CHARITY EVAN LUTHERAN Crmt VilUqa. Whitahall Sfrvicas 9 30 A M S School 10 30AM Ouana H Erstad Patoi 835 6212 METHODISTWESLEYAN AUEGHENV WESLEYAN METHOOIS1 807 Ross Ava Wilhinsburg 242 0897 Rev P 0 Stonabralier. 371 1811 B S S 45; VouthS. Worship 10 46 S 45 MOVE OF COD Pgh Revival Can Br Can. Sr Anne 1200 Block California Ave . Sun. 11 t 1S-Tuas. thru Prl. I I 5 Radio WPIT daily 1 1 AM. tun. 11 Noon NAZARENE SOUTH HILLS NAARENE S801 library Ra IRle 881 833 2427 D Mum Pastnr Thomas Rockrohr Ass' S S 9 45-Worship 10 55 AS 30 t m Wednesday 7 30 p m ' PENTECOSTAL FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 1615 Termon Ave 766 050: Rev David Woll Pastor 761 5908 Sun 10am S 7 30.Tuas 7 30 GTR POH DELIVERANCE TEMPLE 250SO Pacific A Friendship Ava Rev Timothy Williams. 441 0527 S S 9 30 - Worship 1 1 Praise 7 30 PRESBYTERIAN PCA COVENANT PRESBYTERIAN Ch. K Enc Parrm. Mm 364 BOOB t 30 S S 1 1 a m Worship at VMCA Rta 19 Mcknight Rd BRADDOCk CORPS 300 Holland Avenue Captain Genrae Brown Morning Service at 10 30 a m. CARNEGIE CORPS 50b Wrishinaton Avenue Captain William Smith Miiiniiio Service 11 1 1 00 m. . HOMf STf AO CORPS 104 E Ninth Avenue Captain Paul Hardy Muiuing Setvtco at 10 00 1 m HOME WOOD CORPS 8014 Franklin Avenue Captain Walter Bethel Mutniuu Service al 11 15 am NORTHSIDE CORPS 100 West North Avenue . Lt Bruce Gordon Mnrninn Snrvit-.e at 1 1 00 8 ni. WfSTSIDE CORPS ' 1 S21 Bmadhead Fording Roao Captain Robert Garrett Morning Service at 1 1 00 a m SPIRITUALIST FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH 256 Bouquet St . Oakland Sunday 2 30 p m , Thure 1 to 3 SWEDENBORGIAN NEW CHRISTIAN CHURCH 299LaRoiRd. (oil Reynolds) Bundey 1 1 e m Point Braeie Uaitarian-Univenilist EAST SUBURBAN U U. CHURCH ?enn Hell Academy 372 BS72 0d Franhstewn Rd . Monroevillo NO MEETING) TODAV let Unitarian Morewood Ellsworth 10 a m Round Table (32 I00S 10 "Democratic Political Issues Speeker Frank Lucchino 11 am Divali Hindu Festival of Light!" UNITARIAN UNIVEHSALIST , Church ol SOUTH HILLS ' -240 Washington Rd , Mt. Leqeffon 10 30 a m "The Ethlcrol'T Inlernetional Business ' '

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