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-ftucson Bml ffitiztn C h u r c h e s PAGE 10 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1976 TThey learn at f lock-in* By JEANETT RUSK CiUttn Religion Writer It's Friday at 5 p.m. at a local Catholic parish hall. Suddenly the doors are locked ifVith 17 high school age youths and four adults inside. ; The draperies are closed arid watches are surrendered. During the next 24 hours these people will participate in a spiritual and social retreat experience called a "lock-in" designed by the youth ministry of the Catholic Diocese of Tucson. A lock-in is a practical alternative to the complexity of a parish retreat for high school youths. No camp has to be rented. No transportation has to be arranged. The bathrooms and kitchen present in a parish hall are the only facilities required. A lock-in by its very nature focuses on relationships, according to Sharon Komadina, an associate director of the diocesan youth ministry. "Confined to living in a parish hall, youths leam more about themselves and their way of relating to others," she said. The youth minister at St. Cyril's Catholic Church, Rick Kastigar, who has participated in two of the five lock-ins held so far in the diocese including one at St. Cyril's two weeks ago, explained that the relationship theme is three- dimensional. He said its three segments are "Who am I? Who am I in relations to others? Who are we in relation to God?" Kastigar, a 20-year-old University of Arizona student, said during the self-discovery part of the program each person makes a collage -representing himself -- on poster paper. The youths use any forms they want in the collage, from words, to art, to pictures cut from magazines, he said. "The kids gain a better understanding of themselves by putting something together on a piece of paper and stand- ing back and looking at it," Kastigar said. He said in the second part of the program concerning relationships with others the youths were asked to guess who each collage represented. A ceremony in which each participant lights his own candle from someone else's symbolizes both individuality and interdependence, Kasti-, gar explained. The part of the program dealing with relation to God is highlighted by a community- type Mass, shared in by the celebrant and the young people, he said. Affirmation As a recent "lock-in" closes, participants remind each other of their goodness by writing a note on a sheet of paper taped to another person's back commenting on a positive quality of the person. Church 45 years old Tomorrow is the 45th anniversary of the mother church of the Southern Baptist denomination in Tucson, First Southern Baptist Church at 445 E. Speedway Blvd. A special service w i l l commemorate the occasion at 11 a.m. Ten members of the church who have belonged 40 or more years will be recognized, including J. W. Chappell who joined the church in its first year. First Southern was organized Feb. 8, 1931, with eight members. The congregation constructed its first building, on the present site, in 1938. This auditorium recently was remodeled into a chapel, which is to be re-dedicated at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow as part of the anniversary celebration. First Southern's present complex of buildings and grounds is valued at more than$l million, The church has had 13 pastors. The present pastor is the Rev. John McBain, who came in 1372. Sixteen Southern Baptist churches in the area have been started by First Southern. The Southern Baptist denomination has grown to 37 churches and missions in the Tucson area, with a combined membership of 13,500. (Ehaptl FOURSQUARE 431 NORTH PLUMER AVENUE 9:45 mCtali School n:00».»."TlitP«sili«iio1TleMi" 6:80 P.M. Special Gtests, Tdt tibinjocd fimilj Rev. O.R. Atpert, pastor -- 296-1642 792-3876 CHURCH THE SUNDAY NIGHT PLACE 7 PM 40 MINUTES OF EXCITING GOSPEL MUSIC EVANGELISTIC MESSAGES WARM -- RIENOLY SPIRIT EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH Dr. Wayne North, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 I ,,, AMWorship 11:00 §,1.825 NORTH ALVERNON WAY PM Worship 7:001 793-9379 Midweek Worship 7:30 UHITED PRESBYTERIAN CHRIST/ 6565 E. Broadway, Milton R. Emmons, Minister, Worship 8:30 and 1 1:00 A.M. Church School, Age 3 through Adults, 9:45 A.M. Nursery Provided. COVENANT, 2800 E. 17th St. (1 block West of Country Club) John H. Evans, Pastor. Graded Bible Glosses 9:30 A.M. Worship Services 10:45 A.M. and 6:30 P.M. Radio Broadcast: KFMM-FM (99.5) at 1 P.M. Sunday. IMMANUEL, 9252 E. 22nd St. H. Richard Ohden, Pastor. Church School 9:45 A.M. Worship 1 1:00 A.M. NORTHMIN5TER, 2450 E. Ft Lowell, Rev. Richard F. Rowley, Minister. Worship 8:30 and 1 1:00 A.M. Church School 9:45 A.M. Youth Program 7:00 P.M. ST. ANDREW'S, in Casas Adobes Area, 7600 Paseo del Norte. Bob Dulaney and Dayton McCormick, Pastors. Worship 9:00 and 10:30 A.M. Church School 10:30 A.M. ST. MARK'S,3809 E. 3rd. St. Pau) David Sholin and Joe O. Hawkins, Pastors. Worship 8:00 and 10:00 A.M. Church School 9:00 A.M. SOUTHSIDE, 317 W. 23rd St., John Fife, Pastor, Celebration of the Word 9:00 A.M. TRINITY, 740 N. Fourth Ave., Between UA and Downtown, John G. Davies, Dale E. Hewitt, James R. Mine, Trent Davidson, Pastors Church School 8:45 A.M. Worship 10:00 A.M. Broadcast on KOPO()450) at 11:30 f .-'3 I Louis W. Johnson "Dr. Homer G. Richie Pastor -- First Baptist Church Ft. Worth, Texas SPEAKING SUNDAY 10AM-11AM-7:30PH · SUNDAY SCHOOL 10 AM · MORNING SERVICE 1 \ AM EVENING SERVICE 7:30 PM , · WED. SERVICE 7:30 PM TUCSON BAPTIST TEMPLE 1525 So. Columbus Blvd. Church events Scholar of literalists wary Ministers' wives The Interdenominational Ministers' Wives Alliance of Tucson will install officers at 3 p.m. tomorrow at Phillips Chapel, 122 W. 4th St. The new officers are Mary Covington, president; Gladys Newton, vice president; Mildred Ellis, recording secretary; Dessie Davis, treasurer; Teresa Williams, correspondence secretary; Vivenna Salley, devotional chairperson; and Lula Carter, financial chairperson. Broadway Christian I.aity Sunday w i t h the theme "A Christian Presence Beyond 6urselves" will be observed at 10:45 a.m. tomorrow at Broadway Christian Church, 4741 E. Broadway., Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. the Christian Women's Fellowship of the church will have a special Bicentennial observance, featuring a speech by Mildred Smyth, past president of the group, and an exhibit of historical mementos. Crusade A New Life Crusade featuring the Rev. Phillip R. Doyle, . a Nazarene pastor from Pennsylvania, will be at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday through next Saturday and at 10:45 a.m. and 7 p.m. next Sunday at First Wesleyan Church, 5550 E. 1st St. Sisterhood A musical Bicentennial program will be featured at an Anshei Israel Sisterhood luncheon at 11 a.m. t Tuesday at the Auditorium, 5550 E. 5th St. Organ recital Carl L. Anderson will give an organ recital at 4 p.m. tomorrow at the First Congregational Church, 824 N. 2nd Ave. Prayer school A "School of Prayer" will be conducted by the Rev. Reg Goff, a former Methodist pastor, in day and evening sessions Feb. 15 through 18 at Our Saviour's L u t h e r a n Church, 1949 E. Helen St. Speech Harry McCormick Lintz, author and evangelist listed in "Who's Who in the Religious World," will speak at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. services tomorrow at Palo Verde Baptist Church, 2151 N. Palo Verde Blvd. Folk singing The Christ! Crux Chorale, folk singers from Concordia College in Portland, Ore., will perform at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Fountain of Life Lutheran Church, 710 S. Kolb Road. Films "The Late Great Planet Earth," based on Hal Lindsey's book of the same name, will be shown at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at The Door Foursquare Gospel Church, 125 W. Veterans Blvd. The end of the world and the coming of Christ will continue to be hot topics as we near the year 2,000, a Biblical scholar told the Tucson Ministerial Association this week, but he was critical of those who play on these events and try to figure out how and when they will occur. "I 'believe in the coming oif the Lord," said Edward Blair, who was a Bible instructor for 29 years at Garrett Theological Seminary in Evanston, 111., "but I don't spend any time figuring out when it's going to occur. "I've seen too many schemes rise and fall. I just do the things the New Testament says I as a Christian must do, so that whenever it occurs, it won't catch me unprepared. "It's a bit of arrogance to think we have to know every. thing God knows. The how and when only He knows." Dr. Blair argued against the literal kind of interpretation of apocalyptic scriptures which Hal Lindsey used in his book "The Late Great Planet Earth" to set a timetable of events leading to an imminent second coming. He said Lindsey erred not only because he literalized metaphors and symbolism but because he took passages out of their historical context and applied them to the present. "You have to understand the issues of the age to understand Revelations," he contended. On the subject of biblical metaphors, he said he feels the Battle of Armageddon is not meant to be taken literally, but symbolizes the struggle between the powers of good and evil. Dr. Blair said books about the coming of Christ are everywhere and he is concerned because the conservative or fundamentalist publishers have a comer on the market. i "I plead with you not to let the fundamentalist who wants to literalize the scriptures run away with the field," he said. Spoke here Gary MacEoin, an 'Irish Catholic historian, spoke at a recent Presbytery de Crlsto meeting. A picture of the Rev. Hollis Poweli was mistakenly shown as MacEoin last week. Catholics start big fund push Scouting awards due Singer Ruby Brown, of Union Baptist Church in Phoenix, will sing at 9:30 and 11 a.m. services tomorrow at 22nd Street Baptist Church, 6620 E. 22nd St. On Boy Scout Sunday tomorrow five boys from St. James United Methodist Church will receive awards in a new experimental Scout program. St. James has been one of about 100 churches across the country testing a new program that divides the "God and Country" program into "God and Family" for ages 10 and 11, "God and Church" for 12 through 14, and "God and Life" for 15 through 18. Receiving awards at the 11 a.m. service will be Mark West, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle West, for "God and Family"; Chuck Leek, son of Mr. arid Mrs. ' James Leek, and James Cemy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cerny, for "God and Church"; and Dean Cemy, James' brother, and Richard Murphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Murphy, for "God and Life." A grass-roots fund drive involving more than 5,000 workers in 60 Catholic parishes is getting under way this weekend in the Diocese of Tucson. The 1976 Bishop's Charity and Development Fund Appeal, conducted annually since 1962 in the diocese, starts with "in-church" solicitations today and tomorrow. A team in each parish is planning, organizing and executing the various activities of the drive. The thousands of volunteers working on a. parishioner-to- parishioner basis are the key to the success of the fund drive, according to Robert L. Nordmeyer, diocesan director of development. Each Catholic family in the diocese was mailed campaign information about two weeks ago, but that was only the beginning of the highly organized fund-raising effort. Sermons will be given today LUTHERAN CHURCHES Lutheran Council of America Lutheran Hour K.OPO Radio 10:35 A.M. Sunday A M E R I C A N (A.L.C.) Rev. Arthur F. Mees 115 N. Tucson Blvd. Worship Services 8:30 1 [ a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Nursery CALVARV (A.LC.) SMI C. Broadway Worship Services 8:30 11:00 a.m. Church School 9:45 a.m. Nursery at all hours Mrs. Beverly Boone, Parish Worker Curtis E. Jorslad. Pasior Henry Vorrath, Pa.stor DOVE OF PEACE (I-CA.) N. Oracle Rd./Rollcr Coasler Rd. Worship 8:30 11:00 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Weekday Monlcssori Prc-School Nursery Provided. Charles W. Malloch, Pasior. Gregory P. Adolf. Pasior FAITH LUTHERAN Mn. Synod 3925 E. 5lh Si. Sunday Worship 8:15 II a m . Sunday School 0:45 a.m. Christian Day School Rev. Norman T. l.acseh Rev. Carl H. llar,man FOUNTAIN OF LIFE Mo. Synod 710 S. Kolb Rd. Sun. Worship 9' !U) a.m. Sun. School Bible Class 9:00 Christian Kindergarten Rev. Richard Meibohm, Pastor LUTHERAN CHURCH ASCENSION Mo. Synod 1220 W. Magce Road Sunday Worship 8:30 11 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Daniel Hodgson, Pastor. Lynn Rittmann..Pasior LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THK KINO (L.C.A.) 2450 S. Kolh Rd. Worship Service 8:30 1 1 a.m. Church School 9:45 Nursery 11:00 Service Roy A. Guinn, Pastor OUR SAVIOUR'S (L.C.A.) N. Campbell Ave Helen St. Worship Service 8:30 1 1 a.m. Sunday School 8:30 9:45 a.m. Worship for Deaf 9 a.m.-Adult/Youth Education 9:45 a.m. Nurseries All Morning. I.yle Paulson, Pasior THE SOUTHWEST LUTHERAN PARISH (LCA-AI.Cl Bethany (AI.C 1 1 3 0 F.. Bilby Rd. Worship9:00 A.M. Prince Of Peace (I.CA) 2400 W. Drexcl Rd. 11:00 A.M. Worship. Tucson Mountain Mission (I.CA) 5900 W. Western Way (Community C e n t e r Rcc. Hall in the Tucson fiilates) Worship 11:30 A.M. PaMor Albert Bodaski, Jr., Pastor George Flora SPANISH TRAIL (A.LC.) 8701 Old Spanish Trail Worship Service 8:30 1 1 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. John l.undering, Pastor STREAMS IN THE DESERT (I..C.A.) 5360 F.. Pima. Church School 9:15 a.ro Worship Service 8 A 10:30 am. Harry M. Rohwer Jr., Pastor. '· TANQUE VERDE (I..C.A.) Wrightslown Elcm. School 8950 11. Wrighlslown Rd. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Sunday Church School 9:30 a m . Nursery Provided. Robert L. Under, Pasior Tucson's Episcopal Churches St. Philip's In the Hills N. Campbell at River Rood Sun. 8:00, 9:30 and 11 A.M. 5:30 P.M. H.C. St. Michael All Angels Wilmpt Rd. at 5th St. Sun. 7:30, 9:30, 1 1 : 1 5 , 6 P.M. St. Andrew's S. 5lh Ave. at 16th St. Sun. 10:00 A.M. H.C. Grace Church N. Norton E. Adams St. Sun. 8, 9:00, 11:00 6:30 P.M. Resurrection 7 1 1 0 S. 12th A v e . Sun. 7:30, 9:30, 5:45 St. Paul's 150I.E. Speedway Sun. 8, 10 a.m., 11:15 a.m 6 p.m. St. Matthew's 9071 Old Spanish Trail !Sun. 8:008, 10:30 A.M. Christ the King 2800 W. Ina Road Sun. 8:00 8. 10:00 A.M. The Chapel of St. Alban Sabino Canyon River Rd. 8:00 A.M. 9:30 A.M. Service Church School FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Dr. Woodrow Rood Pastor EASTSJDE CAMPUS -- 7777 East Speedway 9:00 A.M. -- IS IT EVER RIGHT TO TALK ABOUT YOURSELF? Pastor Rood Bible Classes for Children of oil ages 10:15 A.M. -- Adult Bible Study 6:00 P.M. -- ALL FOR ONE AND ONE FOR ALL Pastor Wm. Whittemore DOWNTOWN CAMPUS -- 215 East 5th Street 9:45 A.M. -- Bible Classes for Children and Adults 1 1:00 A.M. -- IS IT EVER RIGHT TO TALK ABOUT YOURSELF? Pastor Rood 6:00 P.M. -- A MORE EXCELLENT WAY Pastor Rood Would you like to see your children learning more about the Bible? They can--not only how to understand its meaning, but how to live it in daily life--at the Christian Science Sunday School. FIRST CHURCH 10:00 A.M. 3035 fait Fifth SI. THIRD CHURCH 9:30 A.M. 6901 N. UCiiwdi Dr. SECOND CHURCH 11:00 A.M. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY 9:30 A.M. 150 South Sc*ttAvMti» 2531 S. Calle Yucatan at Golf Links Rd. CHURCH SERVICE AT SAME HOURS Child car* provided "WORDS OF LIFE" , EVANGELISTIC SERVICES Sunday, Feb. 8 thru Friday, Feb. 13th 7:30 p.m. Nightly (6:30 Sun.) Children's Message Each Night Rev. George Solomon, Evangelist Rev. Clarence Stogsdill, Pastor FIRST BRETHREN CHURCH 201 N. COLUMBUS BLVD. 325-6307 GRANTWAY ASSEMBLY OF GOD 4108 E. NORTH ST. Italic. MUCK-Pastor Ernest ULHN-tssic.PjstDr Sunday School 9:45 am Warship 10:45 am and 7 pm Sunday Youth Service 6 pm Wed Prayer Meeting 7 pm "CUM 111 MJIJ HI SpCiMl ntwuncturjuiUos." and tomorrow on the importance of giving to the fund. After a second solicitation at next weekend's Masses, the home-visit phase of the appeal will begin. Parish workers will contact fellow parish families to make a personal appeal for contributions from those who have not yet pledged. Families are being asked to give either one or two day's wages, depending on what they realistically feel they can afford, according to Nordmeyer. A suggested giving guide listing amounts of one day's and two days' wages for different income levels is being provided to each family. The general theme of this year's appeal is "Yes, Lord." The diocesan fund goal for 1976 has been set at $645,000 to be allocated to 19 Catholic services and agencies operating in the seven-county diocese. The fund drive will conclude about mid-March. THE BLESSED TRINITY SPIRITUALIST CHURCH Rev, Howard t. Richards -- Pastor Rev. taura Kane Ass). Pastor FoilS Healing -- All Services ( Unlotdment Classes Thurs. 7i30 pm Message Services Sun. School 9:30 om Sun. 11 om and Wed. 7:30 pm Private Readings by Appl, Only- Holy Communion Sefvice Fin! Sunday of Every Monlh Church Ph. 793-8343 2826 N. Alvemon Way Pastor's Res. Ph. 624-3657 Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ) FIRST CHRISTIAN 740 E. Speedway Sunday Worship 8:30 A.M.* 11 A.M. 'J:-l5Chuicri School 6:00 P.M. YoillhGiniip BROADWA Y 474! [ Broadway '): HI A.M. Chinch School 1 0 4 5 A M. Mtirnini; Worship SAGUARO H302 [ Dio.iilyyjy Worship 10 10 Church School 1 J:15 A.M. PAKKAVfNUf ·U.iSS P j r k A v f Piive-ln Worships 10 A M. Worship (InMdc) TO 45 AM . NEW LIFE CRUSADE February 10-15,1976 Special Singing Choir Local Talent from Neighboring Churches Services Nightly 7:30 P.M. Sunday Services Morning 10:45 A.M. Evening 7:00 P.M. FIRST WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. Phillip R. Doyle Birdsboro, Pa. 5550 E. First St. (I block emt of Craycroft, and 1 block sooth of Specdwoy) PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1749 E. BROADWAY · f ' VOUR INVITATION TO HAPPINESS 9:45-SUN. SCHOOL 10:45-WORSHIP SERVICE 6:00 P.M.--mm 7:00 P.M. PRAISE MEETING 7:00 P.M. WED. MID-WEEK VICTORY SERVICE NURSERY AVAILABLE PASTOR JAMES BRAHKEL SPECIAL SEPARATE SERVICE FOR THE DEAF STEVE MELCHER, PASTOR HEAR GLADYS PEARSON Victory Assembly of God 2550 W. Ruthrauff ARNOLD C. MACK-PASTM Gladys Pearson well-known Missionary-Evangelist has preached in 49 countries. Her deep spiritual truths thrill her audience in every service.. Sunday, February 8th at 10:45 am. CHURCHES OF CHRIST LINCOLN Sr*l£T 32 W. Lincoln Slrwl ROKO« MOITI, Minim, 887-1332 Sunday BibU Study .10:00 o.m. Wcohip 11,00 a.m.. 0 ,30 p.m. W.d. Bibfe Study . . 7,00 p.m. MOUNTAIN AVfNU'E 3848 N. Moimloin 793.113° Qyd« Bold.rion Jr. 885-1495 Sumioy B.bl« Study 9,45 a.m. Wcfihlp 10.45 a.m..« : 30 p m W«J. KM. Study 7:30 pn. PALO VHIH! 651 5. Kolb Rood . 8B-I295 Phil Evotuon Erang«E[it Mcfninfl Wofihip9:M» 10:30 Ev,ninfl Worihip 6,00 P.M. Sunday Bibb Shjdy 9:30 10,30am W.d Kbl.SMy 7,30 p.m! SOUTHS** 2503 E. 36tt StrMt 633-2618 John SmoUr -- 885-5488 Sunday Bibb Study 9,45 a.m. Wx*lp I0,45a.m..6,30p.m. W«J. Bibb Study 7,30p.m. "H»rald of Truth" KFMM Sot. 8:30 a.m.

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