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SATURDAY; FEBRUARY 3, 1973 · * · T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE S Meetings Organ recited set; musical toni Morris Cerullo 'Crusade 9 to begin at Center Bullring site of one session American Jewish evangelist Morris Cerullo, supported by 30 local churches, will conduct a citywide spiritual life 'crusade at Tucson Community Center Monday- through Friday, according to the Rev. Arnold Mack, general chairman. On the eve of the crusade here, the Rev. Mr. Cerullo will - hold a service at 2:30 p.m. to,. morrow in the bullring at No^ gales, Son. The meeting will be conducted in Spanish and ', English. The Tucson services at 7 30 _ p m. will be open to the public ^ without charge, said the Rev. 4, Mr. Mack, pastor of Grantway Assembly of God. He said the Exhibition Hall . had been chosen for the meeting place, but services could ·; be moved to the 9,000-seat are' na if the congregation wars ranted the change He said services will be conducted.in ·; English and Spanish. 'Among the pastors associ- i. ated with the Rev. Mr. Mack '··, in arrangements for the Mor.-, ris Cerullo Crusade are the Revs. E. L. Stalons. 0. R. Al-. pert, Maynard Weisbrod, Robert Jones, Clifford Orndprff, Ralph Hilton, Myrl Copple and Ernest Olson. The evangelist, an ordained Assembly of God minister, is widely known-in South America for his healing:.ministry, the Rev. Mn'Mack*said! He has just returned to hi? San- Diego .. headquarters -"from Porti Alegre, Brazil. ·' In addition to .the "miracle rallies" at the Community Center, the Rev.' Mr. Cerullo will conduct breakfast teaching sessions at the Pioneer International Hotel at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday through Friday. Preregistration is required for the breakfasts and can be done at the hadquarters, 4825 E. Linden St. Alan F. Schultz, organist · and composer, will play an Organ recital at Catalina United Methodist Church at 4 p.nvto- morrow. The church is at 2700 E. Speedway, and the recital is open to the public. · ·' * - Schultz, is organist .and choirmaster at St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church. He has studied with leading lo-, cal organists'and abroad, pd has published' several major works. ' , " · - ' ' . Musical tonight . A singing group from Phoenix, "Tomorrow's Children," will present a new musical, "God-Spell," at 8 p.m. today in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 7600 Paseo del Norte. The work Is described as an interpretation in words 'and music of the Gospel according to St.'Matthew. The music writen by Stephen Schwartz-was arranged' by the group's director, David Wo. Accompaniment will be by a seven-piece brass ensemble. ' The work gives a "new image of Jesus Christ," and aims "to put joy back into religion," a spokesman for the church said. The meeting is open to the, public, j Gospel sing The Tucson Gospel Singing Convention will hold a sing at Pima Street Baptist Church, 5056 E. Pima St., at 2 30 p m. tomorrow. Pastor Lloyd Pugh said the meeting is open to the public, without admission charge. Guest choirs St. Mark's United Methodist Church, 1431 W. Magee Road, will have guest singers at 9:15 and 10:30 a.m. services' of worship tomorrow. The 60-vOice Epworth'and' Chancel choirs of CataBna United Methodist Church will ! present "Joseph irid ;the Amazing Technicolor Dream- coat" by Andrew Lloyd Web- hor ' ' · ' ' - . . , . ' : OCL. . r . I , . . . , ; ' . . « '·'· ( ' * ' ,'· I · The Rev. Orlie White," pastor, will preach at both services. Next week his sermon .will ;be the; question, "What "About Amnesty 1 ?" · Farewell held Trinity Presbyterian Church held- a reception last Sunday as a farewell to the Rev. and Mrs. William F. Dean who have gone to Carlsbad, N.M. The Rev. Mr.- Dean became pastor of First Presbyterian Church there. He came to Trinity staff 14 years ago as youh and Christian education minister. Uruguay speaker . · t Government Heiglus Baptist Church at S. 5th Ave. and E. Palmdale St.' will have Miss Muriel" Wilson as ^peaker at 7:30,p.m. tomorrow, said the Rev. Jack Kelley, pastor. Miss Wilson is a missionary in Uruguay. Founders' Day Prince Ciiapel African Methodist Episcopal Church will observe Founders' Day in a service at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow. Cressworth C. Lander, ;To show slides The Rev. Herman A. Blelen- toerg; of Warren, Pa., will present color slides of America at Faith Lutheran Church at 7 p.m. tomorrow. The church is at 3925 E, 5th St. and the meeting Is open to the public without charge, but an offering -will be received. ;!| director of Model Cities, will be the guest speaker. Miss Chelle Hodkina will give Paul Lawrence Dunbar readings, and!church choir will present special music, said the Rev. William M. Jacks, pastor, Prayer House tea Speaker: for The Prayer House tea at 4 p.m. tomorrow will be Mrs.. Katherine : Rankin, who will', show slides from : Siberia. The meeting at 2449 E. 7th St. is-open to the public, : said the Rev. Archie Matson, director. ; Boy Scout Sunday Boy Scout Sunday will be observed at St. James United Methodist Church at 9 and 10:15 a.m. tomorrow. Members- of the church God and Country Scout Class will have roles in the service. Among them are. Robert Kallal, David and Mark Niyer, Keith Smith and Robert Walker. % Troop 240 members will present the flag at the 10:15 a.m. service. The Rev. Leslie J. Ross will preach. A father- son banquet on Feb. 10 will climax the week. : : Guitarist to play A classical guitarist and composer, John Torrejon, will play during the service of the Church of St. Francis in the .Foothills^United'Methodist, at 10 a.mi tomorrow. The Rev. v Frank R. Williams, pastor,; will preach. Torrejon is a stu- . dent at the University of Arizona.. ./·.'.. .- . · ' ' , - ' /..;;.· · The nursery also meets at 10 am. The church school is held at 5 p.m. in two sections, for lower and higher scool grades. El Centro choir Golf Links Baptist Church will host a concert by a youth choir from El Centro, Calif., at 7 p.m. next week Sunday, according to music director David L. Elliott. The youths from the El Centro First Baptist .Church will present folk . music, "Love," by mis Skill' " ' REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN W««kly Bible Study and Prayer Meeting CALL 790-6262 TUCSON CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN 2200 North Dodp Ilvd. Smfcr fefcttl 1:15 A.M. · MwMfit WtffWfi 1ff!3l JLMf John F. Groth, Pallor 327-5106 East Tucson CHURCH OF GOD 5665 E. 29th St. Sunday School 9:45 i,m. Worship 11:00a.m. 17:00p.m. Phont: 7HO-1844 or 296-0470 GOVERNMENT HEIGHTS) BAPTIST CHURCH $«. 5Hi Av*. At fMiit Muriel Wilson of Baptist Lifeline · Missionary of Uruguay SUN., FEB. 4th AT 7:30 P.M. KEY. JACK KELLEY, PASTOR Calvary- Baptist Church · 758 So. Columbus Blvd. Tucion, Arizona 85711 Sunday School MS A.M. Worship-) 1:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. W.ednisdgy Evening ?:00 F.M. Pmtor - Horace Crowdtr 326-7073 "THE'CHUKH'THAT CAMS" .._ AMERICAN BAPTIST CATALINA BAPTIST 1900N. Country Club Church School 9:45' a.m. Worship Services 8:30 11:00 "What is the Big Idea?" Rev. James Logan The inging Payne Family 'APPEAR/NO IN PERSON 1 FEB. 4 AT 9:45 A.M. and 11:00 A.M. Del Norte BAPTIST CHURCH 1440 W. Prince Rd. (Now meeting in Flowing Wells High School auditorium) 3725 N. FLOWING WELLS EASTVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH Old Spaniih TroU ot Houghtoo Kd. ' Wfi MMi tMr 7 M. Pntar IM0M J. M Plum; Ili-IIM, IIJ-15II TUCSON CHURCH OF RELIGIOUS SCIENCE EVANGELICAL METHODIST CHURCH ... is a different Methodist Church Was formed in 1946 by METHODISTS who believe the distinctive Bible doctrines taught by John Wesley, the founder of Methodism. Is a growing denomination of more than 150 churches in the United States. Has NO Bishops to dictate to the ministers and congregations. Each local church owns its own property, calls its own pastor and sets its own budget. Is NOT a part of "the United Methodist Church" nor is it affiliated with the National Council of Churches. , YES! YOU STILL HAVE A CHOICE . . . Come and See -- We preach the "Good News" of Christ as Saviour and Lord NOEL EVANGELICAL METHODIST CHURCH 166 EAST ROGER ROAD -- TUCSON Rev. J. Vemon Conner, Pastor Sunday Worship 10:30 A.M. 6:30 P.M. Call 887-2840 or 887-3747 Rev.' SUNDAY - 11 AJ. ''ON A CLEAR DAY" TUCSON GARDEN CLUB 311 N.CAMPBELL Phone 325-9890 Th* Evangelical Free Church , 5150 East Jifth Street Phone 795-3074 8:30 AiM. 11:OOA.M. ' "We Have A Captain" Pastor W. Lchsten 6 P.M. · "A Key to a Happy Christian Life" Pastor Joseph Bubar (COMMUNION SERVICE) Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Rev. Wayne Lehstcn- . Joseph Bubar, Assoc. Pastor CHRISTIAN CHURCHES (Disciples of Christ) FIRST CHRISTIAN 740 E. Spcedwoy Worship 8:45 11 A.M. Church School 9:45 A.M. BROADWAY 4741 E. Broadway Worship 10:45 A.M. Church School 9.-30 A.M. SACUARO 8302 E. Broadway Worship 10:30 Church School 9 ; 15 A.M. PARK AVENUE 4635 S. Park Avt. Driw-ln Worship 8:45 A.M. Worship (imide) 10:45 A.M. COMMUNITY MARANA Sandorio Grfcr Roods Criwrch School ITXX) Worship 10.00. Counseling t/»tU March ' , · _ V . · · . ' ' ; . . . · · . . . · - , . . / ..O . , » , ' ' , , seminar Methodists stay naming successor to start AII clergy, to Dr Kendall others invited ·IU"-MI» IVCIiUdJl citiitn Photo Campus crusaders Campus Crusade for Christ expects about 400 at its annual banquet inthe Student Union at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 12, with businessman Edward Ast of Phoenix the speaker. William Walsnovich (left) will lead a meeting Friday and Donald Bruce Adams (right) is a student participant, The program, directed by Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Noble and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ball, is carried on througK meetings and dialogue among UA students. . A seminar concerned with sexual 'problems in marital counseling will be held at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at Campus Christian Center by the Southern - Arizona Mental Health Center and . the Tucson Ecumenical Council. The seminar is open to all clergymen and other interested persons. The Campus center is at 715 N. Park Ave. Speaker will be Dr. Russell D. Martin, chief of psychiatry at the VA Hospital and assistant professor at the university College of Medicine. Leading. Catholic, Jewish and Protestant clergymen are members of the seminar coordinating committee. Other subjects have been on "Suicides" and "Grief." Future seminare will be on "Depression," "Marriage and family," and other clergy concerns. Jews show anxiety over Tucson missionary to talk, shotv slides Key '73 A new superintendent for Tucson District of the Southern California-Arizona Conference of the United Methodist Church to replace the late Rev. Charles Kendall will not be named before March, according/to Bishop Charles F.. Golden of Los Angeles. The bishop said he had asked the'Rev. William Colby, former Tucson pastor and superintendent of the Phoenix District, to serve both the Phoenix and Tucson districts as interim superintendent.. Dr. .Kendall, who died in Phoenix last Sunday, was in the middle of a schedule of annual congregational meetings. Supt. Colby, likewise has his own schedule of annual meetings, but he has authority from Bishop Golden to select pastors to act for him where conflicts make his personal appearance impossible. Bishop Golden said he wanted to wait until the Mai - ch cabinet meeting before selecting a district' superintendent for Tucson. He said the date of the March meeting still remains to be set. : "Dr. Kendall's death was quite shocking to all of us," the bishop said. "He,had escorted me on a tour pf, ^eth- odist work in Phoenix ;and to Arizona State .iJUyyersity campus on Saturdaylii'g'ht and was very lively] W were to speak at the sani6"pgigram last Sunday at First Methodist Church in Mesa," he" added. Bishop Golden sa!id"DE Kendall was a "tremendous spirit in the conference." Tfiefoishop added that many''-p 1 aitors of the conference' eitfgrM the ministry with Dr. -"Kendall's help. ·."-'.-r; ! ; · "The large turnouts -at the memorial services in 'phoenix and Los Angeles were^witness to the life he hadlived'and the impression he had^made on the lives of peoplte/N'Bishop Golden said. ^ "- / Dr. Kendall had'at : least two big congregations ifl'hl^minis- try, Phoenix Central and Hollywood First ""y"'M«'thodist churches. Under Ms^Storate, Phoenix Central became the largest church in-"the Conference with 4,000 meriiBers. . Missionary Alliance churches of Tucson plan a series of mission, sessions. the Rev. ' Carl G. Rose- yeare, graduate of Amphitheater High School and the University of Arizona, will preach at First Church at 10:45 a.m. tomorrow and show slides there at 7 p.m. He is director of a school in Malaysia. .Mrs. Roseveare will speak at 11 a.m. .at Northwest church and show movies at Wilmot Alliance Church at 7 missionary to Peru since 1962; the Rev. Paul L. Morris, missionary to' India, and ' Miss Grace Scudder, who serves at the Bible, and secondary School ill Armenia, Colombia. They will speak at all of the churches until Feb. 13. More church news on next page ... . . '.'Other: speakers will be the Rev/Richard J. Abrams Jr.; By UnHtd PreM Inttrhitianil A year-long drive to win millions of new converts to Christianity is under way in America. Jews are apprehensive about it. They fear pros, letyzing of Jewish youth may be a major goal. The nationwide campaign of Christian evangelism is known as Key '73. It is an "ecumenical" effort.involving 150 Christian bodies. Although some Roman Catholic dioceses are 'participating, most of the 300,000 local churches taking part are aeffiliated with evangelical or fundamentalist branches of Protestantism. Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum, director of inter-religious affairs of the American Jewish Committee, says Key '73:is a direct assault by Christians "on the honor, dignity and truth of Judaism." ' Heroic chaplains to be honored^ ' ' · . '" ' fthrti ""."' '·· " Remembrance for four chaplains who.lost their lives in. the torpedoing of the USS Dorchester^Feb". 3, 1943, off the coast of Greenland will be marked tomorrow at Sierra Vista. -~'r'»; The chaplains' gave their lifejackets to"f6uf enlisted men, then went down with the ship., while praying. '····" ~ : The Sierra Vista Lions Club and Mayor'Paul \r\ e\f\f ' ·· " Midyett have urged the observance in Sierra Vista churches. ,,,,ncf '' The'chaplains were George Fox, Clark V. Poling, John Washington and Alexander Goode,. One was a Jew, one a Catholic and two were^Protes- · tants. · . ; . . . ; . ' " · ' · / ' . ; . '' ""'."·' ' ' Unity of Tucson J111 N. Sahuara-296-7117 (5900 I."-- 1 ·*. N. «rf SptWlwoir) ·' LARRY A. SWAHTI. MfcwUr S«i». Ji!iiil-Z.-M5 tin Ckut(h...:..,.....»l 1 im Tint Bin-- H«m ''Wed. iervi«..........l pm ·D/Al-A-PRAYER 296-6666.-- GRANTWAY ASSEMBLY OF GOD VWl HOBTH SI ^ ARNOIO C MBCK P A S T O R Sunday School Wonhip J0:45 A.«. and 7 P.M. Sunday 4 Mi Youth Sen/let Wednesday 7 f.M. Prayer Meeting - -- ^--^^^····^^·^·^^^^M PIMA STREET BAPTIST CHURCH Lloyd Pugh SUNDAY SCHOOL MORNING WORSHir CHURCH .TRAINING EVENING WORSHIP WEDNESDAY Pastor MS AM 11:00 AM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM A friendly Southorn Baptftf Church , WELCOME COVENANT CHURCH 551 N. Camino Steo REV. JOHN W. IOVGREN, PASTOR 9:45 Sunday School 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship "You con b* a winner" 6:00 Initriit Groups 7:00 Rittption For New Members ucson GOSPEL SINGING Convention Monthly Quartet Sing 2:30 Sunday Feb. 4 Pima Street Baptist Church 5056 East Pima Aff Visitors We/come TUCSON'S CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES ( U N I T E D CHURCH OF CHIUST) FIRST COIS'GRRGATIOIVAL University Blvd. IS. 2nd Ave. Reverend Kendall C. Baker Worship Service 10:30 Church School 10:30 Coffee Fellowship 11:30 a.m. Yo 111h Fellowship 6:00,p.in RliVCON CONGREGATIONAL 122 North Craycroft Road Rev. Keenan Sheldon Worship Service and Church School 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. Coffee Fellowship 1:3« »- m Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m. CASAS ADOBES C O M M U N I T Y CONGREGATIONAL 6775 Casas Adobes Road H«v. James W. Zwen;, Min. Worship Service 10:00 a.m Cliiirch School 10:00 a.m. Coffee Fellowship 1 1 ;(() a.m. Sunday Evening-- February 4th at 7:00 p.m. at Christ Community Church now meeting at Picket Junior High School Broadway Kolb Road Listen to "ENCOUNTFR" Daily on KFMM-FM -- 99.5 (kc) at 9:45 A.M. . "All services for the deaf Christ Community Church IS NOW CAMPED ON THE EAST SIDE AT HCKtTT J*. HIGH SCHOOl IOCATED BETWEEN 22nd S7. AND BBOADWAr ON KOIB ROAD Sunday School 9:45 A.M. I Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Sunday Night 7:00 P.M. "The Friendly Church" Jack D. Brock WmS. Christ, your key to a richer life Matnlng Wenhlp S«rvie« -- 11:00 "Th« Spirit r»\»d LW«" Iv*nin| G«(rtl 5»rvl«« -- »:00 '·Unrest or P»oc» -- Whithl" Posfor: Dr. WOODROW ROOD Sunday Services Bible School 9:45 A.M. IJ A.M. * 6:00 P.M. Wednesday* 7:00 P.M. A Conservative Bapfisf Church SIXTH AVttWt «t FIFTH STRUT · PHONl 423-7521 First Baptist Church SAHUARO BAPTIST CHURCH Meeting at Anna Henry Elementary School (Eait of Camino S*co on 5lh (go Wax) Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Services 11 A.M. 7 P.M. THOMAS FANN, MSTOI 7*3-l«fl Btthtl Ttbirniclc 5J01 E. 2nd SI. 1 m. Sculh if frit-Hi " Sun.-fye. 7:30 tM. KMe Study Thun. 7:30 P.M.! loyil Wnnn 7 P.M. Thun.. UNDAY SERVICES 11:01 A.M. - "Hf* CM I KMW 7:N P.M. - Tin Lwfs M.NMN.IItlllM- Sunday School Training Union 9:45 A.M. 6:00 P.Mo ». Our church welcomes all the people of our community to a meaningful , ex- · 445 E. Speedway pcriencc in Bible Study and worship. ·IRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST Phone is God A STRANGER TOyOUR child? He needn't be. In the Christian Selene* Sunday School, children learn that God is not " a stranger, but a close friend. Through weekly Bible Lessons they learn.to turn to His all;.,, embracing love for protection and help. They are« · prepared to meet each day's problems successfully. Bring your child to our Sunday School this week. We'd love to welcome him. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SUNDAY SCHOOL CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY 6245 Eait Bellevue Ave. Sunday School 9:15 o.rrwmc v Church Service 9:15 a.m. Wednesday Evening 8:00 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY- Cliff Manor Meter Hotel S9OO North Orotle Rood u t Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Church Service 10:00 a.m. 1st Wednesday 7-.30 p.m.^ FIRST CHURCH 303S tail Fifth Street Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Church Service 10:00 a.m. Wednesday Evening 8:00 p.m. SECOND CHURCH 27 South Scott Aven-j« Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Church Service 1 i :00 a.m. Wednesday Evening 7:00 p.m. NURSIRY PROVIDED LISTEN TO "THE TRUTH THAT HEMS" ' EVERY SUNDAY MORNING -- 8:30 o.m. STATION KCEE -- 790 ON YOU* RADIO

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