The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 7, 1952 · Page 15
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 15

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Sunday, September 7, 1952
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NEWS OF THE CHURCHES Helen 31. Snyder, Church Editor, Phone 25. New Version Of Bible To Be Observed Here £Te=N6THENINS THE 6PM OF LIFE er, neither my praise to graven images." Correlative passages from "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy include: • ' "Even though you aver that the material senses are indispensable to man's existence or entity, you must change the human concept of life, and must at length know yourself spiritually and scientifically" (p. 359). The Leavenworth Ministerial'AI-' liance will sponsor the observance; of the publication of the Revised Standard Version of the Bible, I Tuesday, Sept. 30. This observance! will unite the Protestant people of: Leavenworth with 3,000 other com-, munities in a common apprecia-j tion of their democratic heritage rooted in the Bible. For 15 years the Standard Bible Committee appointed by the I n- ternational Council of Religious IJd- ucation has been working to produce the main draft of the Old Testament. The New Testament was completed in 1946. Sept. 30j will mark the introduction of this: new translation to the public. Details of the observance in Leavenworth will be given later. The Leavenworth Ministerial Alliance has installed the following new officers for the year 1952-53; president, Rev. N.W.Bloom; vice-j president, Dr. D.D. Wagoner; Secretary ~ treasurer, Rev. W. W.| *g . Bloom. The chairmen of committees: evangelism. Rev. Chester I\vig;| hospital, Rev. John Hodge; publi- ; city; Rev. Alice C. Button; social be the organist. The Youth Fellow- and civic, Rabbi Jerome Rosen;l sn ip will meet at 7 o'clock in membership, Rev. Earl Stites; ed-'the evening. ucation, Dr. Max Deweese, inter-; racial, Dr. D.H. Middents; and radio, Rev. J. Clyde Fowler. ^g"(|)come, let us loowljip artfi sf§: _beforc the £,orb ouri"^ Post Chapel Keturns To Two Services Today The Post Chapel at Fort Leaven- The church calendar of Salem vvol . m w j]j Te turn to two services, CHANGE IX SCHEDULE Christian Scientists Have Universal Theme That God created man '"will be emphasized in all Christian Science churches today. The title of the Lesson-Sermon will be "MAN." The First Church of Christ Scientist is at Sixth and Spruce with the serice at 11 a. m. Congregational Church will have at 10 and 11:15 a m with chaplain changes in time for morning wor- (Lt Col j David E _ Kinsler in! The Golden Text is from I John ship and Sunday School. Mornipc; !cna] . ge _ I 3:li -Behold, what manner of love 'Go Away To College' Sunday for Christians This is "Go Away To College; Sunday" at the First Christian Church and tlrr pastor, Dr. Max C. Deweese will use as his theme, "Freed By Truth". Many of the young people of the church will be leaving soon for a year o f college or university work, and they will be the special guests of the church at the 10:50 service. Next Sunday the pastor will begin a series of sermons for the purpose of teaching the great underlying truths of our faith. "Faith Of Our Fathers' 1 will be the general theme, and the first sermon topic will be, "Our Creed". H e will follow this for many Sunday mornings with sermons that show why there is a Christian Church that fights for right in this world today, and how many points all Christians hold in common. 'Convention on Wheels' To Visit Christian Church The Christian Church will b e host to one sessionof the Convention on Wheels Tour Sunday, Sept. 7 at 3 p.m. This unique convention tour was introduced 23 years ago with one team going to 34 different Christian churches. This year two teams will be in 90 different churches in 15 days. Total attendance this year will be about 8,000 making a grand total of 165,000 people in more than 1,840 sessions in the past 23 years. The members on the team are: Mr. Joe Samuels, Director. Mr. Keith Johnson, Soloist; Mr. Jim Bell, musician and -youth leader. The First Christian Church invites the entire community to the program of music, picture interpretations and missionary message. The program will begin at *3 p.m. and last for 90 minutes. Independent Baptists Have 85th. Anniversary Today The Rev. W.G..Williams announces that the members -of the Independent Baptist church are observing the 85th anniversary of the church today. Rev. W.F. Beatty anud choir of the Ebenezer Baptist church of Atchison will be guest at the 3 p.m. service. A basket dinner will be ser%'ed after the 11 a.m. service. All friends are invited to attend. THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Sunday Morning, September 7,1952. Fifteen abbreviated form during the summer months. Both processional and recessional will be used and responses sung after each prayer and the choir members will wear their robes. Mrs. Robert P. Brooker, the director-organist, has returned from the Choir School of Northwestern University and will again be at the organ. Rev. Dirk Henry.Middents, D.D., Pastor, will preach on: "The Open Window Toward Jerusalem." •• "; Both Senior High and Junior High Westminster Fellowship meetings will be held at 5 p.m., and the Church School meets at 9:45 a. m. •SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES Rev. Betton To Conduct Radio Devotional Services Radio devotionals will be conducted this week by the Rev. W. W. Betton, pastor of Bethel &.M. E. Church. Dr. D.D. Waggoner will act ai chaplain at Gushing Memorial Hospital. AT SICKEL'S The Rev. Duff Wagoner Begins New Sermon Series Today Dr. Duff Wagoner, pastor of First Methodist Church, Fifth and Chestnut, will begin a sermon series on the theme, "What The Church Requires Of Its Members", as he discusses the subject, Church Member Prays". The ministry of music will be under the direction of Mrs. E. Paul Lessig. The organist, Mrs. Glen Patterson, will use as her prelude, "Prelude In C", Schubert, and the offertory, "Offertory in F", Weidt. On Tuesday at 6 p.m. the J-O-Y Class of the First Methodist Church will meet at Hawthorn Park for its monthly meeting. weiner roast and covered dish supper will precede the worship service and business session. On Wednesday, at 6:30 p.m. the Wesley Weds of the First Methodist Church will meet at the church. 'The Open Window' .vorship will be at 11 a. m. withj Sunday School preceding at 9:45! Nursery and kindergarten Sun- a.m. The pastor, Rev. Howard: day School departments will hold Poetter, will preach the sermon, 'both 10 and 11 a.m. classes. The "Who is My Neighbor?" Robert primary, intermediate and senior Behee will be guest soloist, and ; departments will open for registra- vill sing "The Prayer Perfect" j tion on Sept. 21 at the Post Chapel by Riley. Mrs. Kenneth Raney will 1 center. the Father hath bestowed upon us. that we should be called the sons of God." Lesson-Sermon passages from tine Bible include Isaiah 42:8: "I am the Lord: that is my name: and my glory will I not give to anoth- ANNOUNCES RALLY DAY The Michigan Avenue Methodist (Church will have Rally Day in Presbyterian Theme the church school, at 10 a.m. today. Beginning today at the Fi r s t Worship service is at 11 a.m. j Presbyterian Church the worship Miss Barbara Drown will be service at 10:50 a.m. will again be guest soloist. on regular schedule after using an Need Man for Saleswork and General Store Routine! Be Prepared For Fall! 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