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t · NMthWMt AriMIHM TUMI, fat., A|Hff M, F«V«TT1VILH, A«KAH«A« Gain Assembly Status Baha'is Hear Faith Explained By Lecturer By PAT DONAT (TIMES Staff Writer) "There arc plenty of people \\lio are tired of turning the other check and arc ready for justice based on the knowledge of right and wrong." Justice is what is promised hy the Baha'i Faith, according to Mrs. Euliilia Barrow Bobo, who spoke Saturday evening at the Adult Center. The speaker, introduced hv .'iin McGuire a member of the Baha'is of Fayetteville which gained assembly status with the addition of five new members last week, is a Baha'i circuit teacher. The lecture was attended by 25 persons. "We have to be concernec with the whole of mankind anc this is the clay justice is to be established on earth" she said Brotherhood and justice are the main themes of the teaching o Baha'u'llah. founder of the aith. which Mrs. Bono sister of the boxer Joe Louis has found s the only religion which gives unqualified acceptance to all races, colors and creeds. "The world's equilibrium has been upset and a new life is stirring in the heart of creation. The world is upset because it is giving birth to a new order and nations must unify and the separatencss of races be clone away with." declared t h e speaker, comparing the present turmoil to the travail which ac companies birth. "Mankind must experience everything in existence but the time has come to end oppression and inequality so justice can be established on earth," she continued. People still get upset about the color of skins but it is time to live as one people anc religion is the most powerfu instrument to bring about this Speech Idioms Hint Change In Attitude Toward God !!y GKORGE \V. CORNELL AP Religion Writer \'EW YORK (API -- The way ii'lipimis people talk is the t i p - nir. Jt has changed, subtly. And that clue hints at a basic change in their attitude toward God's activity in the world. The transition was pointed out hy a Roman Catholic theologian, the Rev. Dennis J. Geaney. of St. Lnnis. who detected the symptoms of it in current idioms of speech. Once was the day. he notes. M-lien personal conversation and letters of believers were sprinkled w i I h phrases such as. "We'll see you next year. God \ \ i l l i n R . " our "Uncle Tim is j-etting over his lumbago. Thank God." Those frequent references to divine decision in virtually ey- ( i v turn ,ind circumstance in lile. he says, indicated a cert a i n , fatalistic view of God's relationship to man that is fading ,rvay--and so is the frequency of the usap.es. "It's upsetting to many people." he said in a telephone interview, "but it's something we hnVr to face realistically." OLD TIME ATTITUDE In the nld-lime attitude, he says, their nification of mankind" t h e Mrs Bobo, who has English md Indian ancestry, a d d e d America is the melting pot ol he world, .but we are all still itting in the pot and not melt- g." "When religion is the cause uf discord and disorder it fails. t docs not suffice when it does lot dispel fear and hatred. People today have turned in prayer darkened horizons" s h e Methodist IM Mission said. Baha'is b e l i e v e she ex- of the change in ways iif speaking people tended to duck ,..,.,. own responsibilities for events, and shift the blame lo pi-nvirteiK.-e. "God's will controlled all life and there was not tun much any of us could do shout it except ask God to inter vrne." he says, and then game ly accept whatever happened as divine decree. Rut that view is on the wane hr adds, and the change bring! out a different, developing con rrnl of God's participation in h u m a n affairs. A columnist for m;my diocesan nruspapors. the Anciislinian priest writes: "The new view sees God as jiving to man all the potential fur working out his destiny, to nvike sense out of life, and to fare ;ill the uncertainties and ' · i l l l i T l ' K . "This is not a denial of God's a r t inn in man's life, but rather Oral leaving man alone, like parents dn. with adult children. Because the parents withdraw t h e i r protectiveness does not mean the adult offspring are ·r^s loved. "Quite the contrary. Parents IV growing up process nf their children are preventing them frnm becoming mature respon sihle adults." Boston-horn Father Gcaney long-time teacher and pastor in Chicago who recently became suhprior of tiic Augustinian Academy in St. Louis, says the emergence Christians' -, .. struck him particularly when a noted nun artist, former Sister Corita Kent, announced she was leaving her religious order. She said then. "I've reached the point where T want to do a different thing. You should he rue to your own conscience." Thai, she added, expresses the ·good, old fashioned way of say- ng you know whal God's will Father Gciincy said the changed understanding undoubtedly makes "many people uncomfortable." since "most of us do not like to make decisions" and would rather drift along eaving choices to he determined by God or church. That older style, assuming uiat "life was ruled or controlled by Hie outside." is whal Father Ceaney calls the "security blanket" approach its "acceptance of . matter what it was like--as Clod's w i l l - w a s very comforting." he says. "11 also legitima- tized one's irresponsibility or failure Jo bring about sncia 1 changes." Rut it is being cast aside, he adds, in the understanding n' man's relation both tn God ant to the church, which also is put ting more emphasis on the responsibility of individuals to make derisions on Ihe basis of conscience. plained, t h a t Jesus was not he first, nor the last, of the irophets. "Man is messed up low but when humanity is ·eady God will send another messenger" she said. She also explained that the Baha'i interpretation of H e l l is the state of being far from God and in confusion. "The fear of G o d has left the hearts of people" she concluded. Mrs. Bobo, before continuing on he" lecture tour to Kansas Citv. spoke Sunday at St. JarV.es Methodist Church and St. James Baptist Church. Following the Baha'i convention to be held in May in Wilmette. 111.. Mrs. Bobo will leave for Uganda, Africa where she 'will spend six months on a teaching tour. Youth Leader The Rev. Norman I. Correll of Springfield, Mo. will be the speaker for special youth services at Trinity Temple today and Sunday. Services will get underway at 5 p.m. with a cookout opening the program entitled "Operation Youth." Correll will also speak at both Sunday worship services. Church Briefs mmwmmmmmmwtamsiaiiitm Church Women Set Annual Fellowship Day Fayetteville Church Women United will note May Fellowship Day at 1:30 p.m. May 2 at the Unitarian Fellowship House. Theme for the program wil be "Beginning Anew." Following the worship pro Dr. Kenneth Shamblin Houston. Texas, is returning to the scene of his teenage days to conduct the annual Preacihng Mission at the Central United Methodist Church, beginning Sunday night. Dr. Joel A. Cooper, pastor, said the mission's theme this year is "Four Nights for God." Dr. Shamblin will p r e a c h at 12:05 and 7:30 p.m. -- through Wednesday of next week. Luncheon will be served in the church's Fellowship Hall each day following the noon service. Dr. Shamblin, who has been serving as pastor of St. Luke's United Methodist Church in Houston since 1961. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sham- olin of Fayetteville and a brother of Bernard Shamblin, also of Fayetteville. The visiting minister was only 16 when he was licensed to preach at Springdale. After at:ending grade schools at Springdale and graduating f r o m Springdale High School, he became a student at the University of A r k a n s a s . After g r a d u a t i n g from the UA, he c o n t i n u e d his studies toward the ministry at Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University and at Boston University School of of Theology. After serving as pastor or Methodist churches in Winslow, Lamar and West Memphis, he became superintendent of the Searcy District, now a part ot the Batesville District. Dr. Shamblin wrote his first hook, "Life Comes as Choice, in 1967. He toured the world in of married to the former Virginil Late of Springdale. The Sham Wins have two children, the Rev. Kenneth Shamblin Jr., a minister at Irving, Texas and Lynda Shamblin, a public school teacher at Houston Window Dedication Set By St. Paul's DR. SHAMBLIN ... mission speaker gram a tea will be held. Mrs TO SING HERE The singing Ledbetter Family of Wichita, Kan. will present a concert at the First Free Will Baptist Church, Hwy. 45 east at 0:30 a.m. Sunday. OFFICERS NAMED Mrs. G e o r g e Alison was named president of the Chris- ain Women's Fellowship of First Christian Church earlier this week. Other officers include Mrs. Jack Hayes a n d Mrs. Lamar Sharp, vice presidents. Mrs. Glynn Mosley and Mrs. Charles Coffee, secrelanes and Mrs. Frank Curtis, trea- . . Minerva Carroll, chairman of the Christian Social Relations Committee of CWU is in charge of the program. Speaker will be Mrs. C a r l Bonell of Elkins who will tell of her personal experiences in dealing with the handicapped HI I an i . *»^ vvw- --1965. visiting 21 countries, including the Holy Land. U n d e r the direction of the Board of World Peace of the Methodist Church, he made an extensive study of Western Europe and Russia in 1959. He was a delegate of the Methodist Church to * . *_. _ r 1IT^_U fmiTiMl Bale Ul blie iYitniv«'«» " · · -- -- ~ the Assembly of World Counci Unusual Wedding SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) -- The wedding Saturday at Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church won't be like most others held in the church over the years. The bride is 63-year-old Miss Dorothy M. Brown. The bridegroom is 72-year-old Arvid N. Holmberg. Both are blind. The couple first met in 1925 on a train en route to Pittsfield to attend a sale for the blind. It was some years later when they met again and Holmberg had married. Miss Brown and the H o l m b e r g s became close friends. After Mrs. Holmberg's death last year Miss Brown and Holmberg continued seeing one another and eventually decided to Dedication service! for six recently installed stained (lau windows in t h e chancel of St. Paul'a Epiicopal Church will ft* held at 11 a.m. Sunday. The windows protray f i x great hymns of the church and were designed by Robert Harmon of Arcadia, Mo. The windows p o r t r a y six Incarnation. Holy Communion and Resurrection are memorials to Donald Trumbo, Vestryman and senior warden, given by his widow. Mrs. Juanita Trumbo and their sons, D o n , Basf, Howell and Ellis. The St. Francis of Assisi window was given by the family and friends of Mary Cummings Bateman, choir director from 1906-1945. Adelaide Holt Rockwell gave the window on the Holy Spirit in memory of Edmund Dexter Holt and James Wade Rockwell. The St. Dunstan window is jiven in memory of Edward A l l e n and Emma Longden Street by Phyllis Louise Street. A small window in the south Women are invited to attend the /\ small wiuuww «i viav. w------- door showing St. Martin and the Beggar was given by Frances and Damaris Lindloff. Anthems composed by Dr John Cowel.l director of t h e music department at the Urn versity of Arkansas will be sung by an augmented choir and Dr Maruis J. Lindloff will preach Klwanian J a c k Taylor invite* you to lUrt the week off right by attending y o u r church thii Sunday. KIWMM eun ·* nyettnm* Sailor Of Month Seaman Larry R. Nixeu. Fayetteville, who has been In Vietnam six month* wa» named "Sailor of the Month" and received a commendatkm from the commander of th« United States Naval Communications s t a t i o n when Nixon Is stationed. Tht sta- tlon is at Cam Ranh Bay. A native of FayettevlHe he wat graduated from Fayettevllte Hifh School and attended the University. His parents, Mr«. Carles Nixon and J. M. Nl* on live here, and hit wHe, Carolyn, In Hot Springs. | THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU KHOO 1440 kc Sunday. 9.15 tun. The) Bib!* SpMka To YM IMi Mek-i Chrttthm till"** "ARE WE WILLING TO U WELL?" ATTEND SERVICES THIS WEEK -ADVTNTIST- Seventb-Day AdventM IS E*M South Street WftfSStL'SZt-t* Fayetteville Freewill Baptist Church 511 South Hill Street REV LOYD THOMAS.. SPEAKER TOLD Dr. 0. Myking Mehus. dean of students at the School of the Ozarks will speak on "Humanism Leads the Way" at the 11 a m. service Sunday at the Unitarian Fellowship. The public is invited. FINAL SERVICE Dr Alarms J. Lindloff. rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church will celebrate Holy Communion at 10 a.m. Wednesday marking the 39th anniversary of h i s ordination to the priesthood. This will be his last official service as Rector. Bemad on '·tuf'J''' »:30 a.m. Sabbath School ing -ASSEMBLY OF OOD- Central Alterably el Gfl4 Jessel In Hospital SANTA MONICA. Qilif. (AP) ComcdiHti George Jessel is hospitnli'/ed with a broken hip. Clowning ;it a luncheon affair in New York Tuesday. Jessel. VI. leaped into the air and clicked his heels together. But the landing went awry. He entered a hospital here Thursday after pain persisted in the hip. Tests disclosed the fracture. A spokesman said Jessel would he confined to St. John's Hospital two weeks. DON'T FORGET! FIRST BAPTIST REVIVAL April 20-27 7:00 P.M. Hear Dr. Thomas Halaell from Rio, Brazil -- WELCOME -- V:43"eJnr Sunday School 11:00 a.m- WorahU Paitor 7« u Tlao pm Wtd. NWht Strvico First Baptist Church (Southern B IS A FRIENDLY CALL ENOUGH? The new neighbors will be f,l,id to meetyou. And they'll want to visit with you... later. Right now, they need something more--a list of schools and churches, utility companies' telephone numbers... all the information one needs on arriving in a strange city. So be a friend Indeed. A Welcome Wagon hostess will call at your request to provide all this and gift! as well. Mnke your welcome warmer when newnoighbors arrive. Call Welcome Wagon at with DR. KENNETH SHAMBLIN as preacher begins Sunday night at CENTRAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 7:30 p.m. and 12:05 noon through Wednesday Your Attendance Welcome PHONE HI 3-5438 or 3-315 WILCOMI NtWCOMCRfl UM tkls cwixn I* It* m knew r*n'r* Her*. Name MatrtM t II I I mm m* wtfcMM Ark. For N I G H 1 S 'S-Js'sund'ay School llloo *jn. Morning t. 7:00 p.m. Wednesday « J.-'*; 7:00 pjn. BvangellaticSerrice* 7:00 p.m. Wedneeday Youth Set- rice Calvary Assembly o! God M70 North Gerland l W WALKER Psltor '' MS em Sunday School 11-00 · m Morning Wonhlp 11:00 i.S. Children'. Service 7:00 pjn. evening "--·-- 7:00 p. m wedn. Study, Youth Service First Assembly of God Corner Bush t Neal St. Prairie Grove. Ark. C. S. KTRKENDALL. Pastor 9-45 n.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worsnip 6:30 p.m. Evening Youth V ' C 7-30 p.m. Evangelistic Service 7 : 30 p.m. Wed.. Night Service "Words of Life" Broadcast 8 to 8:30 each Sunday morning or ,. j of Life" Broadcast 3:35. 4-05 pm Sunday afternoons Ot KUOA. Siloam Springs. First Assembly ol God 1536 W «th Street WAYNE DANNEH. Paitor 9:45 *.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worihlp »:30 «m Sundw School 10:50 «.ro. Monuni Wonhlp BroadCHt ov«r KHOO 6:00 Training union 7:00 p.m. Evening Woghlp 7:00 pm. W«Jn«*J«r Praytr llMtlnc Flnt Free WilfBapttst Own* Highway 45 Bart, t mUe* out REV TOMMY DA*. -CATHOUC- t. llwmn Aqataas Chin* REV. VINCENT E. MAGUTRE,Pai- Rev. Vincent E. Maguir*. Poator; Rev. Joachim Lally. OSB. Aest. Sunday Messes: «:00. 9:30, 11:00 A.M., 5:00 PM. (when achool In "weekday Vena: (Monday thru Friday) 11:40 A.M.. 4:30 P.M. Saturday: 8:00 A3t Holyday Masses: 6:SO, 11:40 A.M., :30 P.M.--Confeaaiona: Saturday :30-7:3* P.M. Before all Mane*. St. Joseph's Catholic Church East Lafayette end Walnut ft*. VERY REV EDWARD H. MALOY Ser- $» p.m. W«tt«dw IHd-Wetk Trinity Temple 'WoMu?D, B J. WltLmTE, partor J R SCOTT, Anociate Phone: 443-3367 SUNDAY Sunday School, »:45 a.m. 1 'Christ Today: Broadcast KHOG. I '"itom'Sk Worship. 11:00 a.m. I Evcninc Worship, 7:00 p.m. ' TUtSDAY .m -Women's Prayer Group, ftao a.m. All Church Visitation, 7:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY , The Omegan.i (Youth group). 7:00 Children's Church. 7:00 p.m. Adult Bible Study. 7:00 p.m. Choir Rehearsal, 8:00 p.m. Noon Prayers, Mon. thru Frt. 12:00-1:00. -BAITIST- Srlliel HclRliU. Baptist Clrairt 1155 Jamei Street _ REV. BOB KLUTTS. Paator »:45 a.m Sunday School 10:50 a.m Morning worihlp 6:00 p.m Training Union 7-00 Evening Servtea We3ne«£y1:a) m Illd-We* IEV. TUMMI *""',r^r , 10:00 ajn. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Mornlnf Wonhlp 6:33 p.m. C.T.S. 7:30 p.m. Evening Worahip 7'30 p.m. Wed., Prayer and Bible Study Grace Baptist Church Old Wire Road North _ . _ _ _ In Fellowship with the GARBC LOWELL M. BARNARD Paetor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worahip 6:45 p.m. YouthMeetlng 7:30 p.m. Evening" Service 7:30 p.m. Wed.. Prayer Meeting Greenland Baptist Church Greenland, Arkanaaa GILBERT MORRIS, Paitor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 6:15 p.m. Training Union 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Wed. Prayer Meeting Soothside Baptist Church Center 13th-llunn Street* BILL WALLACE, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Worship Servic* «:30 p.m. Training Onion 7:30 p.m. Evening Wonhlp 7:00 p m. Wed Prayer Meeting West Fork Baptist Church (Southern Baptist! WE HAILEY. Pastor 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 7:00 p.m. Training Union 8:00 p.m. Evening Worship -i- University Baptist Church fitor BEV LEWIS D. COOPtt. A»t- Paitor Sunday Mam! «:00. i:00. t:» 11:00 a.m. -CHRISTVkN SCHNTIST- Ftnt ChtTcn ol CbrM SdentM Weal Larayatte *a loreat An. ti90 ajn. Sunday School 11:00 aun. Sunday Service 1:00 pjn. Wedneeday Meeting 1:15 ajn. KHOG Sunday BMUo . . Rolyday a.m.-5:is pjn. Weekday «:!0-7:M-I:30 .... . . -- - -- -.1:15 *.m. (School daya only) Miraculous Medal A St Ann NoTena: Friday-T:30 p.m. Confeeaioni: Saturday M end before all HaiK* p.m pm Prayer Servteta 7:30 Bnekner BiptisTcbjKb Wyman Road rnoY Hayet, Paato. . »:45 a.m Sunday Sciiool 11:00 i.m. Morning Worship 6:15 p.m. Youth Service 7:oo p.m. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Praytff s-nrica Calvary Baptist CkMtk Corner Maple and Weil Strwta JACK BLOXOM, PtWor «;4S « m Simmy Schorl 11:00 «.m Mornlnf Wonhlp ·:M p.m. BTS »:SO p.m. Bvanlng Wonhlp 7:JO Family Night Strvlct and Bible Study W«*eijijL 7:3»_p.m. nnt and ThlM turn- am. t*MA Central BapMsl Cbnwli Corner Oragg * Roily Member ABA DR. GF.NE SMITH, Palfor 9:30 Sunday School 10:30 Morning Wonhlp 6:30 B.T.C. 7:30 Evening WoraMp 6-45 Wediwday MBSf ..._,,. 7:* Wtdnwln Pr»y«f atwtm Second rUtit'clrtrcn (SautHern BaptMl 315 W. Maple 314 W. Lafayett* H. D. McCARTY. Pastor 8:15 a.m. Worship Service 10:45 Second Worship fl:00 p.m.. Training Seminars and Graded Choir 7:15 p.m. Evening Worahip 7:15 Wed.--Bible Study -t. Ridgevtew Baptist Church Southern Baptist Across from Eastgate Shopping GARLAND A MORRISON. Paitor 5:45 a.m Sunday School 11:00 a.m Morning Worship 6:00 p.m. Training Union 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday travel Meeting 8:30 a.m. Sat KFAY Radio 11:45 Sat KGTO TV Fayetteville Baptist Church , Paator "420 uwuVi Street t:4J a.m.aunai* School MM *.m Morning Worihtp «:00 p.m DiptUt Training Untan 7:00 pirn Wenhlp Servic* North College Ave. JOHN F WHITELEY. Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Preaching Service 6:15 p.m. Cholt Practld 6:45 p.m Young People Service 7:30 p.m. Evening Servic* 7:00 p.m. Tues Visitation 7:30 p.m. Wed. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study 4- Immanuel Baptist Church (Southern Baptist) Comer Duncan and Stona TERREL GORDON Pastor 9:4S a.m Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 6:15 p.m. Training Union 7:30 p.m. Evening Sarvlca 7:30 p.m. Wednesdiy Mld-Wtek Servic* Rolling Hills Baptist Church (Southern Baptist) 1400 Rolling Hllla Dm* DON SEIGLER, Paator 1:45 a.m Sunday School 11:00 a.m Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. Training Union 7:30 p.m. Evtnlng fcrvlce 7:30 urn. Wed.. Mld-Wcek Sir vice + Wood Avenue Missionary Baptist Comer ol McCllnton St. and Wood Avc. Member of NABA FORHKST OANN, Pallor 10:00 a.m. Sundny School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. Training Service 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. W*d, Cvtnlni ferric* --CHRISTIAN-Baldwin Christian Church Highway It Bait JOHN THRASHER Paitor 10:00 am. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Church Service Flnt Christian Church (Disciples) 220 North College Av*. ROBERT D. CHAMBLESS. Paitor 9:30 a.m. Church School 10:45 a.m. Morning Wonhlp S:30 pjn. Youth Fellowihlpe 7:15 pm. Wed.. Choir Rehear**] Oak Manor Christian Church NE Cor. Old Wire ltd. » Old Missouri Rd PHIL LOCKHART. Minister Office: HI 3-547S Home: JA 1-1568 9:00 ajn. Sunday School 10:00 a.m Communion and Horn Ing Worship 7:00 Evening Servic* 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Service* nd Youth Meeting -CHURCH Of CHRIST- Bahhtln Church of ChrM Highway 16 East CLYDE SHRODE, Minister 10:00 a.m Bible Study 10:45 a.m. Preaching 7:00 p.m Bible Stuay 7:30 p.m Preaching 7:30 p.m Wedneaday flervlc* North Street Chnreb ot Christ North and Leverett Street! A W. CHISM. Minister Phone 2-9171 or '-3771 Sunday: 9:30 a.m Bible Study 10:30 v.m Worship 7:00 p.m. Worship Wednesday: 7:30 pm. Bible Study Cliurcb ot ChrM Locust and Center JOE L. BANKS. Mlnlnter Sunday: 9:30 a.m Morning Bible Cut* 10:30 a.m. Worship Service A n 6:00 p.m Evening Bible Clan 6:45 p.m Wprihlp_Servtce P 7:30 p.m Study Wed.. Evening Bib Church ol Christ Old Wire Road North Just nonh ol Townsh-p now Phone HI 2-7497 or HI 2-20M 10:00 i m Bible Clue** 10:50 in Wonhlp 7:00 p.m. Evening Wonhlp 7:30 p.m Wed Evening B.b Clusea Church ot Christ remington. Ark. JIM MURRAY. Minuter 10:00 a.m. Bible Study lo:4S a.m Wonhlp Servic* ·:30 p.m Hlble Study 7:00 p.m Wonhlp Service) 7:30 p.m. We*.. tflnglM UM ble Study. llnirrh nl ChrM South IIUI SIMM . . , IO:M am Morning Wonhlp I "1 «:M p in. Evening terrwt Wednesdsy 7 p m Wonhlp TIC* «ad »ibt» atu4ly ChrHtm Science Reeding Men, 19 W. nekton open eecb ifMt- II to i o'etoek «n*pt uwlaya and Bonaire. ·T -PISCOFAI-. t Paul's Episcopal Church 124 North But AT*. IE REV. MARIUS J. LINDLOnf, Rector THE REV. EDWABD L. SALMON Sunday: «:00 a.m. Holy Communion 9:I5».m.Famfly Service 11:00 i.m- Ante Communion and ermon Cedneeday and Thursday: 10:00 a.m. Holy Communion -UTTER DAY SAINTS- The Church oi Jesus Chris* 9f Utter Day Saints KK Nonh College 9:oo a.m Priesthood Milling 10:30 i.m. Sunday School 6:30 p.m Saenment Meeting 7:30 p.m- We«neada». MJ..A. The Reorganized Chart* el Jem ChrUt of tatter Day Saiato 25 Eaat South St. (SDA Buttling ayettevllle: 443-24*4 PL 1-95J2 10:00 e.m Church »«»*"« 11:00 a.m MornlnK Worimp 7:30 pjn. Wed. Prayer Serrloe -IUTHERAN- Saint Join's Lutheran Church University Center (Adjoining the 0. of A Campui 644 W. Dlckaon at Arkanea* R W. CLAYBAKEK. Paitor IARK LIESKE. Vicar «:30 a.m. Matins. 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Bib) Classes, fc University Forum. 10:45 a.m. Worship with the Hoi Communion. Supervised Nurserj irovided. Wednesday: 3:30 p.m. Weekday School of R* igion. 9:30 am. LWML Bible Class. «:30 p.m. Junior Choir. Good Shepherd lutheran Church (LCA) 120 South Eait Avenue Fayetteville STANLEY C. ROGGE. Paitor 9:15 *.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Worship (Nursery pr Wednesday. 9:00 a.m. LCW Southern District Assembly 7:30 [).m. Choir Practice. -MCTHODIST- Seqnoyah United Methodist Church VON DELL MOONEY. Paitor Old Wire Road North *:30 a.m. Worihip 10:4S a.m. Church School -NAZAIENI- Cburch 01 The Naureae 221 South Locust Street RAfTON SMITH, PMtor 9:49 a.m. Sunday School 10:SO a.m. Morning Worahip ·:15 NWS Group* 7:00 pjn. EvangeUftlo Senrioe 7:30 pjn. WednenJay Pnyer Meeting Goshea Cairch of the NuarcM AMES EDWARDS. Paitor 1W» ajn. Sunday L_--. 11MO ajn. 7:30 pjn. Serrlwi CM pjn. NTPS Program 7:90 p.m. Midweek Prey" Trinity Methodist Church Garland and Sycamore DEWEY DARK. Pallor ·:M a.m Sunday School 10:40 a.m. Morning Worship «:m p m M V P 7:00 p.m Evening Wonhlp Memorial Metbodlrt im w*at Sixth Street AARON r BARLING Pntet 1:30 a.m. Sunday Senool ]0:ir, a.m. Morning Wonhlp 3:011 p.m. Youth Fellowihlpl 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship Cemrn M*tho«M Chwck Mckaxm *ni HUhltna JORI. COOPMI, Minuter _ 1:30 a.m Morning Wonhlp S*TT i:35 ,rm. Church Senool 10:41 a.m Morning Winklp itr- *M tervlce 1:00 p.m. M.Y.r. 7:H p.m. »v«f.int ««rvlc«« -NOrMiMOMMATIONAU Banal Faith MRS. HELEN NOTT, SeetCtatT Phone 921-3471 7:30 p.m. F r i d a y Diacuesion Claea at Jim McGulre'i, (41 Weet th. Phone 442-7415. People* Ctarek rtlway 71 South EARL MORGAN. Paitor 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Wonhip :W pjn. Youth Service 4:00 pjn. Youth Service 7:00 pjn. Evening Wonhlp 7:00 p.m. Midweek Prayer Set* *lc* Wednesday Evangelistic Chapel Pull Miper) Meeting in Legion Hut 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 ajn. Morning Worihtp 6:30 pjn. Evening Service 7:00 p.m. Wed. Bible Study . W. DEPEW. Pastor, 442-4541 ntral Christian Church 419 Weit Rock St. CHARLES N. PICKETT. Minister 10:00 ajn. Bible Study 11:00 a.m. Communion and Moray ing Wonhlp few Testament Chapel S33-S3S Appleby Road 10:00e.m. Bible Study It:00 a.m. Morning Worship 7:00 p.m. Evening Worsnip 7:30 p m. Thuriday Service -PENTECOSTAL- Unlted Pentecostal Church at Jesns Christ 904 West 15th Street RAY HASSEL, Pastor 10:00 *.m. Sunday School 11:00 e.m. Morning Worship 7:00 p.m. Evangelistic Service 7:00 p.m. Thurs. Youth Service 8:00 p.m. Thurs. Bible Study Flnt Pentecostal Holmes*. Church 2 Block* South Off HWT. II on Sang Ave DENNIS J COX. Paitor 9:45 a.m Sunday School 11:00 a.m Morninj Wonhip 7:00 p.m. Evangelistic Servici. 7:30 p.m. Thursday LUelinen 7:15 p.m. Tuesday Women'* .uxlliar* 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Family Night -MtESBYTERIANU Grace Church ICumberiand Pitsbyterlui) HAROLD BARTHOLOMEW. Pustef Wcrlington Drive 10:45 a.m. Worship Service 9:45 a.m. Church School r First United Piesbyterian Church 1501 Knox Drive Preibyterian HUI CLAIBORNG M. BELL, Paitor t:M a.m. Church School 10:45 a.m. Divine Wonhlp S:oo Junior High United Preanr* teri»n Youth 9:00 Senior High United Presbyterian Youth 5:00 WeitmlnMer Foundation University Student Center NwtBBlntw Ckueh Meeting In PrMhyterlan-ChrKMi* Ontrr--Maple At Slorfr Slrert REV. ROBERT K. OSnORNE, Palter 9:45 a.m. Divine Worship 11:10 a.m. Church School + -UNITAHIAN- MlUrln Felkrwihlp HHM ·torer Chnelinn Sta. Tl:«Ta.m. Biinrfalv's'cnneY" 5:30 p.m. Chinning Club 11:00 ajn. Jerrice*

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