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Untson Dailn (Jltt«n Churches SATURDAY, FEB. 3, 1973 · Kinsolving Mormons Does Satan really exist? ,,, ,,,- By LESTER KINSOLVING Sptclil to the Cltlun The"yen for bizarre religion has become so widespread in ' the t/.S.'tjiat it is surprising no one has yet cashed in by reviv- · ing the'ahctent Roman practice of seeking divine: guidance through^tudy of animal entrails. Also-overlooked has been a revival of the belief in hobgoblins -- although Satanism, Hie devil worship which recently led " to a 'teenager's ritual murder in New Jersey, is widespread. This particularly repulsive and inbecilic movement might " have ghriyjeled *" the manner of'most fads but for the obviously r uninteHded longevity given it by the alarmed acknowledgements .' of religious leaders such, as Pope Paul VI and Dr. BiUy ;,,' Graham, Last. June, in Rome's St. Peter's Basilica, His Holiness Paul / 4 VI announced that Satan really exists; Moreover., one of the .' seven, theologians appointed by the pontiff to look'. into the mat,ter has written that if the devil's existence is removed as "a , pillar of faith," then "of a certainty" other parts of the Chris- tian faith will collapse. , . , Bigyjgiraham concludes that the devil exists because (in his ; favorjtejand moderately fundamentalist theological creed) "the .-'Bible, r telis* us" so. The famed evangelist also notes that "a ..recentGallup Poll revealed that 65 per cent of the American ' 'people believe in a personal devil." JusXjvhat percentage of the public believes in ghosts ,, (which,;tlhe Bible tells us, also exist) would make an interesting .-study.." . . . . . . ''·..'-. ; '· ..-, · ,.··',· - " · §oisrould a theological inquiry into Melchizideck, the priest .,who,-also ; was King of Salem (Genesis 14:17-20). For the Bible ,tells us'-that King Melchizideck -- who is still mentioned by 'name iOi Catholic and Episcopal ordination services -- had neither a father nor a mother and (even more remarkably) he had neither "a beginning of days nor end of life."-(Epistle to The Hebrews 7:3). . · -This extraordinary man, Melchizideck, is mentioned in the; Bible long before any mention, of Satan, who does not appear until the 13th book of the Old Testament (I Chronicles). Satan is mentioned in only four of the Old Testament's 39 books, almost all of the 16 instances being in the Book of Job. This has led many Biblical scholars to conclude'that the .ancient Hebrews knew nothing of Satan until after they were deported to Babylon, where they came in contact with Zoroastrianism. This Persian religion has the concept of a good god, Ahura Mazda, the god of light, contending with-the evil god v of darkness, AngraMainya, or Ahriman. Hence in notable contrast to Pope Paul, Seattle University's Jesuit theologian, Father John Navone, observes: · · , "Evil is unquestionable. But whether Satan merely represents it or is a superhuman person is an open question. ·, . No up-to-date theologian believes that Satan is a person." It also might be observed that no up-to-date person would contend for the historical existence of Jack Frost, although no, body denies the reality of frost. It also is presumed that, although there was much reference to gremlins during World War II, no competent historian has recorded them as being as much of a reality as, for example; Adm. Halsey. Writing in U.S. Catholic magazine, Rome correspondent Desmond O'Grady reports that the Diocese of Rome has an, official exorcist, Msgn. Luigi Novaresse, who "has no doubts that :he has fought many exhausting battles with the devil." But, notes OIGfady, Paris also had an official exorcist, Father Jacques de ; Tonquedos, who Was convinced that he never had encountered a genuine case of devil possession. This, observes O'Grady, "May, merely show that there are more devils in Rome than in Paris." _ Religion of Indians gaining respect By GEORGE W. CORNELL The native religion of American , Indians is gaming increased respect today in the ' churchejT'that once tried to stamp it'out. Scholars see a particularly timely reason for the change -- the nwd for a deeper reverence for nature as manifested byjndian religion -- in the face..pf modern damaging misuse pf the environment. Declaring that Christian theology Ys""terribly impoverished when it comes to a doctrine .otnature," the Rev. Dr. Benjamin Heist, dead of San Francisco Theological Seminary :iatnsan Anselmp,; Calif., predicts.: ;"·'; "There must come a day e'SSoni when American In- dian theology, must be represented in the highest councils of Christian theology in the world-." His analysis -- .contending that Indian tribal religion must be accorded serious church study as one,aspect of the ways people have sought, to relate to God -- came at a recent meeting of Indians and church leaders. It was held at Estes Park, Colo., by a loosely taiit. association of Indians and non-Indians from many Protestant denominations .known as the National Fellowship of Indian workers. Coming in a period of spreading "dialogues" between Christianity and other religions, the discussions Anglican cathedral QUEBEC CITY, Canada (UPI) -- The oldest Anglican cathedral in the world outside the British Isles is Quebec Cathedral, which dates to the reign of George HI. marked a beginning inquiry into the relationship of church teachings and tribal beliefs. The affair also came at a time when a growing number of denominations have set up special Indian departments, headed by Indians, to bolster church sensitivity to their interests. ; · Such steps have been taken by the Episcopal Church, the United Church of Christ, the American Baptist Convention and the Lutheran Council in the U.S.A.. · . UNITARIAN Unlwrsalift Church '" '""Jlg'31 East 22nd Strut Adult Program -- Sunday School , , i.-Sundoy 10:30 A.M. - 79S-2190 If no oniwtn 2«8-4340 TICSON f'hurrlirit nf llir N A Z A R K N F J 5 E i r O M F VM CATALINA VISTA 3244 E.«CAMDEN fH. 325-7284 CENTRAL 404 S. tOLUMBUS fH. 326-1366 , : -.* FIRST N. HIGHLAND allpih Ph. 62J-J135 MOUNTAIN VIEW 41pJ,,PANIANO PH. 296-4V74 NORTHSIDE 3347 N. GERONIMO PH. 887-8859 PALMDALE 38 W. PAIMDAIE PH. 294-9314 DEL RIO -- Spanish 517 N. CHEROKEE AVE. INDIAN MISSION 9th AVE. AT 37lh Si. CfttJRCHES OF CHRIST MIOHLANO AVENUE 1702 S. Highland Ave ....... 622-1067 Jasper Baker, Minister ....... 622-2757 Sunday Bible Study ........... 9:45 a.m. Worship .......... 1 1 :00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Wed. Biblt Study .............. 7:45 p.m. LINCOLN STREET 32 W. Lincoln Street Roscoe Morrs, Minister .,.,..887-1352 Sunday Bible Study ......... 10:00 a.m. Worship .......... 1 1 =00 a.m. 6:30 p.m. Wed. Bible Study .............. 7=00 p.m. MOUNTAIN AVENUE 2848.N. Mountain.. ........ ' 793-1 139' ·Joe H. Booth, Sr. .............. 624-9564 Henry E. Wolker ............... 327-1337 Sunday Bible Study..- ....... 9:45 a.m.' Worship!!.'! ..... 10:45 o.m.,.6:30 p.m. Wed. Bible Study .............. 7:30 p.m. V " " " ' .;-J»ALO VERDE 651 S. Kolb Road 296-5101 Bill Morrow, Evangelist · Roy Holland, Minister Wo«nip-.t:00, 9:15, 1 0:;0 a.m., 4:30, 6 p.m. Sunday Bible Study. ..... 8:15, 9:30 a.m. Wed. Bible Study ........«.r..7i30 p.m. . . it U V · · ' :· SOUTH JIDE 2503 E. 36th Street 623-261* K. M. Piercd 793-0098 Sunday Bible Study ......... 10:45 a.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST 2145S. SAHUAHA SM.MhSMy -.MS MI. WtriMp_10A5aji.t7Mpjn. Thn. IMt Stody__7*l MI. LkJtM U m- -i. . f , fc| t «RWHI ·«!» ·WWBfJ, CWMMBc 32104** -- llJilioi UNITED FELLOWSHIP CHAPEL U.C.M. 45A SPIRITUALIST WIl'Hiwtlwrm' Mam 7«-«l» ftiigy -- M«Hift S«(iki 7:31 p'.M. $*niy Si nrki 1M f,m. tir. Clinii t. Wri|M *t ku SUNDAY SERVICES: MS IM -- Bible Study Classes for all ages (CLASSES FOR THE DEAF) 11:10 Ml -- Morning Worship Services 1:00 pm -- Church Training 7:00 pM -- Evening Services * ALL SERVICES INTERPRETED FOR THE DEAF -- INCLUDING THE MUSIC * NURSERY PROVIDED FOR ALL SERVICES PASTOR CHARLES E. POLLARD TWENTY SECOND STREET BAPTIST CHURCH 6620 East 22nd. Str»«t .Tucson, Arizona 85710 T»l. 298-2850 W«J. Bfc Study .. "M*r*M*f Truth" KOLDSon. 10:30o.m.» KFMM Sat. 8:00 a.m. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1749 E.BROADWAY PASTOR BRANKEL INVITES' YOU TO ''WHERE REALITY IS PASTOR JAMES BRANKIL HAPPENING SUN. 2:00 PM TV-KZAZ-CHANNEL 11 MOUNTAIN VIEW CHURCH OF CHRIST (Christian Church) 4949 N. Flowing Wells Rd. Wonhip, 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Youth, 0:30 p.m. William Walton. Minister ·: Phone 887-7771 conclaves Sessions today and tomorrow Tucson Mormons are attending quarterly stake confer* ences today and tomorrow. North Stake-will have Elder Si-Dilworth Tfoung, -member of the -Council of 70, in -.sessions at 7 p.m. today and .10 a.m. tomorrow-at the stake center, 939 W.Chapala Drive. '' Don' H. Peterson, v stake president, will preside.'" " ( Elder Young, stresses priesthood and missionary activities, and the church welfare program. In the Tucson area welfare aid to 375 recipients totaled $48,961 during 1972, a spokesman said. For the whole LDS church, welfare totaled $17 million in cash and food : or clothing; and donated 1 labor by Mormons amounted to four million hours in 1972. , The Tucson" Stake,; 'with President Wiiliarii Elrey presiding, will hear U.S. Judge J. Clifford Wallace of San Diegb as guest speaker for quarterly conference sessions at 7 p.m. today and 10 a.m. tomorrow. The Tucson Stake Center is at 6901 E. Kenyon Drive. ' Wallace is an LDS regional representative.' Homosexual named SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) The Council on Religion and the Homosexual has named as its executive director the first affirmed homosexual to be or? dained by a major church denomination. The Rev. William R. Johnson, ordained amid controversy last June as' a minister of the United Church of Christ, received the appointment. ; TUCSON REFORMED CHURCH 5005 I. Wiruttt (Nior Cmyctoft and Ulh SI.) S.S.S.40Wirsliip HilO-TiN KM. Robert E. Spencer, Pastor 326;MOf THE HANSONS Welcome You To Shop For Th* Mit In Family Reading at AMBASSADOR'S BOOK A IIIUE STORI at 3007 latt Speedway · · PHONE: 325*0122 ·· "THE POLITICS OF JISUS" : ttw ovttior ihowi in rhii vokimt, how.(fit ttwhlngi onJ (Urnillry of J«iut - nprtMflt a ntwrtnt and rtktvant opprwcti to th» hindoffUnlol iiiut of to- I *o********^ Tucson's Episcopal Churches St. Philip's In the-Hills Resurrection N. Campbell at River Road Sun. 8:00, 9:30 and 11 A.M. 7110 S. 12th Ave. ··- Sun. 7:30, 9:30, 5:45 St. Michael All Angels St. Paul's Wilmot Rd. at 5th St. . - Sun. 7:30, 9:30, 11:15, 6 P.M. St. Andrews '. 545 S. 5th Av*. Sun. 8:00 10:00 A.M. Grace Church N. Norton E. Adams .St. Sun. 8, 10:30 6:30 P.M. The Chapel of St. Alban Services held at Fruchthendler School 7470 Cloud Rd. · 9:45 A.M. Service ;Church School 1501 E. Speedway Sun. 8, 10 a.m.; 6 p.m St. Matthew's' 9071 Old Spanish Trail Sun. 8:00 10:00 A.M. Christ the King 2800 W. Ina Road Sun. 8 9:30 11:00 A.M. -- Cltiztn Photo bv »ruc« Hupklnt Catholic 'Outreach' mapped Catholic Community Services, headed by the Rev. Charles A. Bast (left) and executive director Jerome N. Brandt, attempts to serve needs of families throughout southern Arizona with a program of visiting called "Outreach." The program is among services financed in part by the annual Bishop's Charity and Development Fund, to be publicized at all Masses tomorrow. to smaller communities "Outreach" is the name of a Roman Catholic Diocese of Tucson program organized to extend social services to individuals and families in areas outside of Tucson. ·"·... The program is sustained by the Bishop's Charity and Development Fund. The annual appeal for $575,000 in gifts and pledges to the Bishop's Fund will reach worshipers at Masses in eight southern Arizona counties tomorrow. They will be asked to sign commitment cards, after more than a month of appeals. In addition to cash there is provision .for deferred payments during; 1972. The Rev. Charles A. Bast, diocesan executive director of Catholic Community Services, UNITED METHODIST e»NSpiJPJa«SoTSoW»!5o^^ CHRIST CHURCH, Croycrott at 4th. Worship, 9:30 and 1 1:00 A.M. Church School. 9:30 arid Vl:00. Pastors: Harold Wayman, Ken Gosseliri FIRST CHURCH, E. Fourth at Park. Worship, 9:00 and 11:00 A.M. Church School, 10:00. Student Fellowship 6:00 P!M. Pastors: DeWane Zimmerman, Marshall Undseyi Edwin Grant HOPE CHURCH, 6740 S. Santa Clara. Church School, 9:30 A.M. Worship, 10:30. Pastor: Edgar Smith. MENLO PARK, 1 16 N. Westmoreland. Church School, 10:30. Spanish Worship, 11:30. Pastor: S. Camarena PUEBLO GARDENS, 2520 S. Plumer at 36th. Worship, 1 l-.OO A.M. Church School 9:30. Pastor: Dale Dunbar ST. FRANCIS, 4625 E. River Rd. at Swan. Celebration, 10-00 A.M. Dialogue 11:00. Pastor: Frank Williams ·ST. JAMES . 3255 N. Campbell. Church School, 9:00 AM. 'Worship, 9:00 and 1C:15 A.M. · Youth Fellowship 6:30 P.M Pastors: Leslie J. Ross, Archie Motson ST. JOHNS, 80 West Veterans. Blvd. Worship, 9:00 A.M. 'Church School, 10:15. Pastor, Edgar Smith ST. MARKS, 1431 W. Mogee Road Church School, 9:15 A.M. Worship, 10:30 Pastor: Orlift WhitJ. 'ST. PAULS, 8051 E. Broadway. Worship, 9:00 end 10:30 A.M. Church School, 9:00 and 10:30. Pastor: 6. Don Brurnmet . CATALINA, 2700 £, Speedway. Worship and Church School, 8:30, 9:45, 11:00. Radio: Sun. 11:30, KTUC 1400 A.M, Mon. 8:00 P.M. KFMM 99.5. Pastors^Stanfcy Irown, t. FritscMe, R. Brammeier, 6*rtha M. Whit« Louis W. Johnson PASTOR WORSHIP WITH US THIS SUNDAY! · Sunday School -- 10:00 A.M. · Morning Survk* -- 11:00 A.M. · Evening Sftrvictt -- 7:30 P.M. · Wttdnesday S*rvic« -- 7:30 P.M. Tucson Baptist Temple j 1525 SO. COiUMIUS ILVD. J TUCSON FRIENDS MEETMG . (Quoker) .. L 1Z9N. Warren v . 10 a.m. Sundvy SiJywol ' a.m. Simi*PfoftrOlilBtt Sharing tht power of siln», th* agcmcnt of tht spoken word, Clerk: Harry M. Prevo 997-0394 said the "Outreach" "program provides for -.two social workers irtip^teiyel ;Moi, :a -regular basis to smaller communities in southern Arizona. Among social services" offered are counseling on marriage, parent-child relationship tand personal problems, services also are provided for unwed mothers, adoptive .home placements, the elderly and re- ~- ' ' ',' · · ', · ·' . ' - . Buddhist f aiinife KATMANDU, Nef»al (UPI)' -- Gautama Buddha, founder of the Buddhist religion, was born a Hindu prince jn what is now Nepal and was a Hindu monk before he began his career as a wandering teacher and sage. 602 W. Wetmore Rd. NORTHSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST ijV Sun. KM* Study 9,4S a.m. Mom. Wonhip 10:45 a.m. E»..Wof»hip 6i30 o.m. W«l. Bibkt Sluo 7:30 p.m. . Pnocrwr W. C Mo»ltr -887-2242 VALLEY CHRISTIAN CHURCH 5968 E. FAIRMOUNT Bibte School 9:30 Meeting- HIM IV Wwin»WI»»MP«wiiitw««»HiMii» vt^^ , , - - ^ - Momine Worship----10:30 Eiewnj Worshp .6:30 J:30 Bible Believing. (Not olfiliond with Notional Council ol Chwehn) Phone 298-6717,296-8145 EMon C. Wifom, MinitUr New Testament Baptist Church 2855 H. Craycroft Ph. 793*2632 J.C. Joiner, Pastor Sunday Services: 9:45 am 111 am the Singing PAYXE Family, r in Concert 6P.M, All Are Welcome UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH DIRECTORY ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Caias Adobes Area 7600 Paseo del Norte 297-2122 Worship Church School 10:30 "I, JACOB" Rev. Bob Dulaney CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 6565 E. BROADWAY Milton Emmons, Minister Worship 8:30 and 11:00 A.M. Church School First Grade Thro Adults 9:30 A.M. Pre-school 11:OOA.M. NORTHMINSTER 2450 East Fort Lowell Road Richard F. Rowley, Minister Russell C. Owens, Assistant Minister Rev. T. Abbott -- Mrs. R. Hunter Parish Visitors Worship Service 8:30 11:00 A.M. Church School 9:45 A.M. Youth 7:00 P.M. COVENANT 17th St. off Country Club (2800 E. 17th St.) Youth, College, Adult Bible Classes 9:45 A.M. Worship 8:30 4 11 'A.M. i 6:45 P.M. Nursery Available at All Services Morning "Tht lord's Supptr" "The Acts of Ifw Hoff SpWT ST. MARK'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 3809 E. 3rd St. Ph. 325-1519 Pastors: Paul David Sholin, Wm.C. Howell Thomas S: Glenn 9:30 Holy Communion 9:30 Church School 11:00 Service of th* Word "A Man Called Job:" P. David Sholin TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 740 NORTH 4th AVE. Between U of A Downtown Ministers: William F. Dean, Floyd V. Filson, Dale E. Hewitt, James R. Hine, ' Hugh Stewart , Worship 8:30 i 11:00 A.M. . Church School Classes 9:30 A.M. Broadcast 11:30 A.M. KOPO Radio 1450 "The Impossible Dream" Rev. Hugh Stewart IMMANUIL 9252 E. 22nd St. Ph. 296-2253 Worship 1.1 A.M. SOUTHSIDE 317Wett23r*1St. Word 9-.00 A,M, ferr^ls for county and state welfare and medical assistance. ' · ; . · ' · : Father Bast .said social workers counsel as many as 70 persons a month in the "Outreach" program. Curing 1972,14 infants were placed in homes for adoption. "Outreach" is a project of : the Office for Community Activities, an agency of Catholic; Community Services of Southern Arizona Inc., formerly Catholic Charities; ' Director of the Office for Community Activities is Jerome N. Brandt-The field of activity includes Ajo in Pima County, and residents of Cochise, GUa, Graham, Greenlee, Final and Santa Cruz counties. ..'-.. ·Newtti^'--:····;' talks begin piursday The Catholic Student Center ··at the University of Arizona plans a series of lectures and discussions at the "Newman Center, N. Cherry Ave. arid 5 E, 2nd Strtet. r / . ., The : opening subject will be 'Indians in Arizona," planned far 7:30 p.m. Thuirsday. The speaker will be Sister Juana Clare Jose, a Papago Indian teacher at St. John's Indian School in Laveen. ' " v : Other subjects will be "Med' leal-Moral, Problems." Feb. 15; "When Death ' Approaches," March 1; "The Grief Work Process."' March ·8. ; . ; · · - . , · :·- . ' " ,: . The program is sponsored · by the Newman Center Scholarship Fund and is open to the public without charge. · CHURCH OF CHRIST SUNDAY SERVICES 9:45 A.M. -- Kbit Study 10:45A.M.--Worihip 6:30 P.M. --' Wonhip WEDNESDAY -- 7:30 Irwin N. Son 881-3876 145 North Country Club .- WISCONSIN SYNOD LUTHERAN CHURCHES OMACE EVANGELICAL , GOOD SHEPHERD (downtown) (mid-eastside) 830 N. First Kf , 3600 E. Pima Sunday School 9:30 a.m. ·:· Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. ·* Worship 8:30 a.m. 7:30 p.m. ^......Jlg,.......... x . , Worship . 10:45 a.m. REDEEMER ^^ (northside) ·:' . 200 E. Yavapai Rd. Worship 9 a.m. Sunday School 10:15 a.m. SAN PAiLO (Spanish) (Southsidc) 5065 South 12th Ave. Sunday School 10a.m. Worship 11 a.m. !^^r HOLT CROSS IS (9400 E. castside) 55' 541 N. Harrison Rd. :·! Sunday School 9:30 a.m. |;j Worship 10:30 a.m. ·:· ' · · " · ' |:|. Salvation : ;!; by Grace ··· through Faith ''* from 'the Scripture* THE LUTHERAN CHURCHES - Lutheran Council of America ' Lutheran Hour KOPO Radio 10:35 .A.M. Sunday AMERICAN (A.L.C.) Kev. Arthur F. Mees : 115 N. Tucson Blvd. WORSHIP Services 8=30 11 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Christian Life Service 5:30 p.m. Nursery ;c ASCENSION LUTHERAN CHURCH Mo. Synod ' 1220W. Magee Road Sunday Worship 8:30 · 11:00 a.m. K Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Rev. Lynn Rittmann CALVARY (A.LC.) 5601 E. Broadway Worship Service 8:30-11:00 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Nursery at 8:30-9:45-11:00 a.m. Mrs. Beverly Boone, Parish Worker' Curtis E. Jorstad, Pastor DOVE OF PEACE (L.C.A.) 655 W. Roller Coaster Rd. Worship 8:30 11:00 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. · Weekday Montessori Preschool Vicar Mr. Greg Adolf Charles W. Malloch, Pastor FAITH LUTHERAN HOLY TRINITY Mo. Synod 5951.S, 12th Ave. Sunday Worship 10:15 a.m. Sunday School 9 a.m. Rev. Alvin T. Klug, Pastor LUTHERAN-CHURCH of the King (L.C.A.) 2450 S. Kolb Rd. Worship Service 8:30-11:00. a.m. Sun. Church School 9:45 a.m: Nursery both Services Bruce P. Craft, Pastor OUR SAVIOURS (LCAi) N. Campbell E. Helen St. Worship Services 9:00 10:45 ·Sunday School 9:00 ' Nursery Attendant Present Richard M. Langsdale, Pastor William K. Herman, Pastor , Parish Visitors Mrs. Pearl C. Logan Mrs. Ethel Dutcher PRINCE OF PEACE (L.C.A.) 2400 W. Drexel Rd. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. 'Sunday Church School 9:45 a.m. Albert Bodaski Jr., Pastor SPANISH TRAIL Mo. Synod 3925 E. 5th St. .. ITUCOAM ,, . r , Sunday Worship 8=15 11=00 a.m. LUTHERAN (M.LC.) First Sunday 7:00 p.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Christian Day School Rev, Norman T, Laesch · Rev. Carl H. Harmon FOUNTAIN OF LIFE Mo. Synod 71 OS. Kolb Rd. ' Sunday Worship 9 10:30 a.m. Sunday School 9 a.m. Christian Kindergarten Rev. Richard Meibohm, Pastor BETHANY LUTHERAN (A.L.C.) mo E. »% *o»l » : 30 A.M. Sw. StrWo) T0:30 A.M. Albert hxfatki *., Nonffry for Mornrrrtt Worshio 8701 Old Spanish Trail Worship Service 8:30 IhOO'a.m Sunday School 9:45 a.m.' John Lundering, Pastor STREAMS IN THE DESERT (L.C._A.) Corner of Woodland and Us Harry M. Rohwer Jr., Pastor Church School 9:15 a.m. Worship Service 8:00 10:30 A.M.

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