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AT HOLY TRINITY Phoenix Pastor To Preach For Lutheran Anniversary Lutheran Church of the Holy · Trinity will hold a special service at 10:15 a.m. tomorrow ob" serving its fifth anniversary, ; and will have the Rev. William C. Pebler as guest speaker. The Rev. Mr. Pebler is pas- · tor of Christ Church in Phoenix. .: The Rev. Dr. Leland R. Larson, pastor of Holy Trinity, said ·'there will be a Sunday dinner following the morning service. It Is open to all attending the service. There will be an afternoon program directed by James Carney and Melbourne Petersen. Pastor Larson, on the occasion of the anniversary of the Missouri Synod congregation, said that Holy Trinity is concerned about its mission to the community. "Often in the past," he said, "the emphasis of the church has been on escape from the wickedness of the world into the sanctity of the church, but today our task is to move the church into the market places of our merging metropolis." Holy Trinity church is at 5951 S. 12th Ave. It was organized July 8, 1961, in the home of .Mrs. Louise Stubbs, 1341 E. Bilby Rd., by the Rev. Lynn Rittman, now pastor of Lutheran Church of the Ascension in the Casas Adobes area. First worship services were held by the mission congregation at Mission Manor public school. The congregation now numbers 250 and has 110 children in Sunday school. Pastor Larson came to Holy Trinity from Phoenix as pastor in June 1963. He has been a pastor in the Midwest and served jn North Africa and Italy during World War II as an Army chaplain. He was wounded and awarded the Purple Heart. He had come to Phoenix as a vocational counselor for the state. Chaplain Behnken Guest Minister Lt. Col. (Chaplain) John W. Behnken Jr., of Davis- Monthan Air Force Base, will be the guest speaker at Lutheran Church of the Ascension, 1220 W. Magee Rd., at 10 a.m. tomorrow. The Rev. Lynn Rittman, pastor, said the congregation would be observing its fifth anniversary. Pastor Rittman came to Tucson from a 10-year pastorate in Cleveland to start both Holy Trinity and Ascension mission parishes in July 1961. Within two years the missions had grown enough to be placed under different pastors. Chaplain Behnken, a graduate of Concordia Seminary in St. Louis in 1940, served in pastorates three years before becoming an Army Air Force chaplain in 1943. He has served as chaplain in Korea, Germany and the United States. Pastor Rittman said the Missouri Synod congregation serving the northwestern area of Tucson plans to inaugurate a weekend religious instruction school in September. There will be two-hour classes on Saturdays for children from kindergarten through the eighth grade. For high school youths, there will be a four-hour weekly program. By using visual aids, mostly ^~NTj Qfoc0dn Batty ditizttt Ijrarches PAGE 15 SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1966 Chaplain Behnken movies, the pastor doubled the congregation's Vacation Bible School attendance this summer to more than 100. Pastor Sitz Gives Up Role As Lutheran President The Rev. E. Arnold Sitz of Tucson has relinquished the presidency of the Arizona-California District of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod on advice of his physician. The Rev. Mr. Sitz, whose tenure as pastor of the Grace Lutheran Church dates back more than four decades, has been president of the district since the district was organized 12 years ago. Elected to succeed him as president at a district meeting at the East Fork Lutheran Mission at White River was the Rev. I. G. Frey, pastor of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church at Phoenix, for a dozen years and former pastor at Warren and Bisbee. He had been first vice president. The district includes not onlyi Arizona and California, but the state of Texas. Since it was organized the number of churches and missions has more than tripled. The district has 60 churches and 45 pastors. His voice Impaired, the Rev. Mr. Sitz has been unable to preach (even forbidden to hold conversations) since Easter. He is now well recovered and expects to be back in the pulpit within a month. Preaching has been the Rev. Eugen Kock of Eau Claire, Wis., seminarian nearing the end of his year here as vicar. He will return to the Lutheran Seminary at Mequon, Wis., in August and be succeeded by Robert Christman of Matritowoc, Wis. The Rev. Mr. Sitz will retain TUCSON'S CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES (UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST) FIRST CONGREGATIONAL N. Second Ave. at Third St. Rev. C. Richard DuFresne Rev. Russell L. Bennett Worship Service 9:30 Only Church School 9:30 Only RINCON CONGREGATIONAL 122 North Craycroft Road Rev. Keenan Sheldon Worship Service and Church School 9:30 Choir Reh. and Youth Recreation 7:30 P.M. Wed. CASAS ADOBES COMMUNITY CONGREGATIONAL 8801 N. Oracle Road Rev. George C. Vance, Mln. Worship Services 9:38 A.M. Church School 9:3D A.M. Youth Fellowship 6:30 P.M. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES Branches ·* The Mother Church Th* Flrit Church of Chrlit, Scientist, In Boilen, Mliischuscttl SUBJECT OF LESSON, SERMON FOR SUNDAY, JULY 17th "LIFE" FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST Cwnlry Club and FKIh St. Sunday S«rvlcis 11:00 A.M. Sunday School 11:00 A.M. WM. Evtnlni Mwflni 1:00 P.M. READING ROOM 2*1 N. Stww Mon.-Fri., »:» te * p.m. Ottitr Wnte*»y« »:M i.m. to 5 p.m. SECOND, CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST V S, Scott SI. Rojkruse Hoftl Sunday Services 1:30 a.m. Sunday School t:30 a.m. Wed. Meeting* I p.m. READING ROOM 1 E. Broadway Mon. t« Frl. 11:04 la 3:04 Saturday 11 to 1 Closed Sundays and Holiday! THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU "FACING THE CHALLENGE OF MILITARY TRAINING" KTUC--1400 Kcs.-8:SO A.M. SUNDAY KEVT-49Q Kcs. 8:45 A.M. Sunday (in Spanish) Pastor and Mrs. L. G. Gilmore AND "TEENAGE GROUP" RETURNS FROM TWO WEEKS TOUR OF OLD MEXICO _ HearThe/r Experiences AND Victories IN Sunday Services 10:45 A.M. GOSPEL TOUR GROUP ' and 7:0 ° P - M 9:45 A.M. Sun School 6:00 P.M. Youth Service Radio KFIF--I550KC Sun. 8:30 A.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1749 E. BROADWAY DAY NURSERY -- LOVING CARE -- 624-0981 his membership on the Commission of Doctrinal Matters for the Wisconsin Synod. This wiH take some travel, but thousands fewer miles than the district presidency required. As member of the Conference of Presidents, the Rev. Mr. Sitz made frequent plane trips to Milwaukee as well as in the three states of the district. Prophecy Series Set By Preacher The Rev. R. A. Graves, interim pastor at Amphitheater Community Church, will begin a series of five prophetic messages tomorrow on the general theme of "major judgments of the end of time." The Rev. Mr. Graves came here a month ago from Santa Rosa, Calif. He is the extension secretary of the Independent Fundamental Churches of America in Northern California. He organized the first of the independent churches in Northern California, and for eight years was Bible instructor in a college. He has served as evangelist and Bible teacher throughout the western states and part of Canada. He will speak at 11 a.m. tomorrow on the subject of "The Final Judgment of Russia and Communism in Bible Prophecy." Other subjects will include the "Apostate Church," "The Coming World Dictator," "The Last Earthly Rebellion," and "Final Judgment of All Unsaved." He will speak on the "Apostate Church" at 7 p.m. tomorrow. Amphitheater C o m m u n i t y Church is at 232 W. Prince Rd. --Citizen Pholo Rev. R. A. Graves Mission Doctor To Speak Dr. John Slater, medical missionary at the Charles Beal Hospital in the Ivory Coast of West Africa, and Mrs. Slater will be speakers at three services tomorrow at the First Baptist Church. The Charles Beal Hospital was named for the son of the Rev. Dr. R. S. Beal Sr., pastor of the First Baptist Church. Dr. Charles Beal once was a medic- TUCSON Reformed Church 5005 E. Winsett St. Sunday setiosl is* »- m - Wwihlp 11:00 «.m. Youth Group *:* P-nt. Evtnlna WorsHIP I'M p.m. Riv. s.C. DeJeng, Mlnlslw ,., Ph. 327-8093 . Tucson's Episcopal Churches Sl. Philip In The Hills N. Campbell at River Road Sunday 8, 9:30 11:15 St. Michael All Angels Wilmot Rd. at 5th St. Sun. 7:30, 9:30, 11:15 7 P.M. St. Andrew's, Downtown 545 S. 5th Ave. 10:45 A.M., 11 A.M. Grace Church N. Norton E. Adams SL Sun. 8:00 11 A.M. Thursday 10 A.M. Resurrection 7110 S. 12th Ave. Sun. H.C. 7:30 9:30 A.M. St. Paul's 1501 E. Speedway Sun. 8, 9:30 St. Matthew's Booth School, E. Calle Arturo Sun. 8 10 A.M. Chapel of Christ the King 2800 W. Ina Road Sun. Serv. Sermon 8 9:30 A.M. CHURCHES OF CHRIST CATALINA 2523 N. Country Club Road EA 6-0580 Roy L. Holland, Minister Bible Study 9:45 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wed. Bible Study ...7:30 p.m. PALO VERDE 651 S. Kolb Road 296-5101 Earl A. Miller, Evangelist Worship 9:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Bible Study 10:45 p.m. Wed. Bible Study ...7:30 p.m. LINCOLN STREET 32 W. Lincoln MA 2-3839 Roscoe Marrs, Minister Spanish Worship ... 9:00 a.m. Bible Study 10:00 a.m. Anglo Worship ....H:00 a.m. Wed. Anglo 7:30 p.m. Thurs. Spanish ....7:30 p.m. SOUTHSIDE 2503 E. 36th Street 624-5146 C. E. Gaines, Minister Bible Study 9:45 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m., 6:30 p.m. Wed. Bible Study ..7:30 p.m. UNIVERSITY CHURCH Sundav Bible studv 9:45 a - m Worship 10:55 a.m. 2848 North Mountain Avenue Evening Worship 6:35 p.m. Phone 793-1139 Wednesday Bible Study Ralph P. Russell, Minister 7:30 p.m. We Bring You "Herald of Truth" KOLD Sunday 9:30 A.M. Tucson's Metropolitan Methodist Churches WELCOME YOU CATALINA METHODIST 2700 EAST SPEEDWAY Worship 8:30, 9:45 and H Church School same hours CHRIST CHURCH CRAYCROFT at 4th STREET Worship 9:30 and 10:50 Church School 9:30 and 10:50 CO W. VETERANS BLVD. Worship 8:30 and 10 Church School 9:40 PUEBLO GARDENS 2520 S. Plumer at 36th Street Worship 11:00 Church School 9:30 ST. MARKS Services at St. Andrews Presb. Worship 11:00 Church school 9:30 Open Daily ST. PAUL'S METHODIST 8051 E. BROADWAY Worship 8:30-9:45-11:00 Church School 8:30-9:45 Pre-School 11:00 FIRST METHODIST E. FOURTH at PARK Main Gate ol the University Worship 8:45 and 11:00 Church School 10:00 ST. JAMES METHODIST 3255 N. CAMPBELL Worship 8:30 and 11:00 Church School 9:40 11:00 MENLO PARK (Bi-Linguat) I 116 N. WESTMORELAND " 9:30(English) U:30(Spanish) Church School 10:30 HOPE METHODIST Mission Manor 6740 S. Santa Clara Avenue Worship 8:30, 11. 7:30 p.m. Church School 9:45 WESLEY FOUNDATION MAIN GATE at U. ot A. Student Center-- Firsi Church 715 N. Park al missionary in West Africa. Dr. and Mrs. Slater will speak at the 8:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. services. They are near the end of a furlough and will leave soon for the hospital at Ferkessedougou. They are missionaries of the Conservative B a p t i s t Foreign Missionary Society. PHARMACY TO PREACHING Galyon To Enter Seminary, Become Missionary In East After several years of working as a Christian layman at his church, Edward E. Galyon has decided to start his life's vocation all over. For 16 years he has been a successful pharmacist. Galyon, Mrs. Galyon and their threee children--Cindy, 11, Mike, 8, and Scott, 4--left here this week for Washington, D.C. There, Galyon will enter Wesley Seminary for three years of study for a master's degree in theology and ordination as a Methodist minister. Meanwhile, he and Mrs. Galyon will work for the Board of Evangelism. THEY WILL seek to interest residents of high rise apartments in Christian principles and the church. What makes the decision of Mr. and Mrs. Galyon remarkable is that they were doing very well in Tucson in Galyon' profession of pharmacy. He was manager and part owner of the Clinic Pharmacy. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylon have been active members of Christ Church Methodist for about as long as the church at 655 N. Craycroft Rd. has been organized. He has been chairman of the official board of the church, and until now was chairman of the board of trustees. IN ADDITION, he has developed as a lay speaker. He preached the sermons at services at Christ Methodist last Sunday. This was no new experience for he had been filling pulpits there and in other churches for several years, particularly in the summer when pastors were on vacation. He aso participated in laymen's prayer and study groups. A native of Kansas and a former resident of Phoenix, Galyon became acquainted at Phoenix with the Rev. Dr. Kermit Long, then pastor of Central Methodist Church. Dr. Long became executive secretary of the Board of Evan- Dr. Charles L. Wood Th. D, Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES PASTOR'S MESSAGES 11:00 A.M.--"Secret Faults and Open Sins" Broadcast over KAIR (1490 KC) 7:00 P.M.--"The Revelation of God" Training Union 6:00 P.M. You are cordially invited to attend all services of our Church. Sunday School 9:45 A.M. FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST 445 E. Speedway Phone 623-5858 New Testament BAPTIST CHURCH 2855 North Craycroft (Across Street from Ft. Lowell Ruins) Sunday School 9:45 am Worship 11:00 am; Bible Study 6:30 pm Evening Service 7:00 pm Wednesday 7:30 pm the Bible . . . the whole Bible . . . and Nothing but the Bible J. C. Joiner, Pastor PALO VERDE BAPTIST CHURCH 2151 N. Palo Verde Blvd. (Northwest of Catalina Hi School) Church , . _ _ SUNDAY SCHOOL ?:« i.m. EVENING SERVICE 7 p.m. Pastor Martin J.n- S5RNINO SERVICE 11 a.m. PRAYER MEETING 7 P.m. «n-, Director of TRAINING UNION « p.m. (Wednesday lor F.milvl Christian Educa- (For Family) iweonesoay for Familyl lion. James Allen, B.A.; M.R.E. Christian Kindergarten Elementary School Principal: Emanuel Hod e l, M.ED.; Th.M. College-1 rained i caching Staff Kindergarten -- Morning or Afternoon Registration $15 yr. Tuition $14.50 mo. E l e m e n t a r y -- Grades 1 to Grades 8 Registration $17.50 yr. Tuition $16 mo. R E G I S T E R NOW CALL 326-6342 FIRST BAPTIST North Sixfh Avenue and East Fifth Street "A Truly Bib/e Centered Church" PASTORS: R. S. Beal, D. P. Beal Paul While, Minister of Music Bud Harmes, Youth Director 8:30 A.M. MISSIONARY MESSAGE by Dr. John Slater, Ivory Coast, Africa 9:30 A.M. BIBLE SCHOOL--Classes for All Ages 11:00 A.M. MESSAGE by Dr. John Slater, Medical Missionary 3:00 P.M. 3:00 P.M.-11:00 O'clock Service Broadcast over KAIR, 1490 7:00 P - M JUBILEE HOUR Special Feature--Duet, Mr. and Mrs. Paul White MISSIONARY CHALLENGE: Dr. John Slater, with slides of the Ivory Coast. Mr. And Mrs. Galyon Saying Farewells --Citizen Photo gelism of The Methodist Church more than a year ago. FOR SOME time, c h u r c h leaders of all denominations have been concerned with the 'inner city." Where once most Americans lived in small cities, towns or farms, now the majority lives in metropolitan centers. At the same time, in large cities there has been a shift from "downtown" to suburban areas, leaving large established city churches with a declining membership. The result has been that in big cities there are hundreds of thousands of people Jiving both in high-priced apartments and in slums with little or no church or synagogue affliation. Several national church organizations, both denominations or federations, have attacked the problem of apartment house evangelism by sending ordained ministers into apartment areas. IN JAPAN, the idea of apartment house evangelism is much more intensely practiced than in the United States. The United Church of Japan (a combination of eight Protestant denominations) has been widely successful in apartment house Christian evangelism, particularly in Osaka. On a local basis, apartment house evangelism has been tried in California, in Chicago and in Dallas. In Dallas, Methodist seminary scholarship students have been for several years stationed about the city in apartment houses. Until now the Methodist Board of Evangelism (serving the whole church) has made no move to enter the high rise rriis- sion field. But Dr. Long ^apparently is going to have a trial program in a rather swank apartment in Washington and has chosen Mr. and Mrs. Galyon as his pioneers. ;'.,'.' Galyon graduated from Kansas University in pharmacy , in 1950. He was in the Coast Guard during Army Korean hostilities. World War pharmacist II a n d ' a n during the CHURCH DIRECTORY Church Directory Sponsored by the Tucson Council of Churches PJESBYTERIAN (CONTj AMERICAN BAPTIST CATALINA -- 1900 N. Country Club Road. Phone EA 7-2044. Rev. James M. Logan. Worship Service 8:30 11 a.m. Church School 9:45 a.m. BYF 6:00 p.m. CHURCH OF THE MASTER- 7900 E. K e n y o n . 296-3715 Church School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship 9 a.m. BYF 6 p.m. Hour of Evangelism 7 p.m. Rev. Walter Thompson. CHRISTIAN (DISCIPLES) BROADWAY Christian Church, 4741 E. Broacuvay--EA 6-4480 Morning worship 8:30 a.m. Church school 9:45 a.m. Youth Groups 6:00 p.m. Homer B. Hill, Minister. FIRST -- 740 E. Speedway at Euclid. Rev. Ben Haglebarg- er. Minister. Ph. MA 4-8695. Worship Service 8:45 and 11:00 a.m. Church School 10: in CYF and CH1-RHO 5:00 OSF 7:30 p.m. PARK AVE. DRIVE - IN CHURCH--Worship 7:00 A.M. Park Ave. Christian, 4635 S. Park Ave. Ph. 294-7571 Church School 9:45 A.M Worship Service I! A.M. John E. Coats worth. Minister. a.m. p.m. FRIENDS TUCSON FRIENDS MEETING 129 N. Warren. Robert Pfeil. Minister. AX 8-2976. Clerk Mrs. Randolph Jenks. MA 3-5305. Worship 11 a m. G R E E K ORTHODOX ST. DEMETRIUS HELLENIC FOUNDATION, INC. 625 N. 2nd Ave. Rev Anthnny Sipsas. Ph MA 2-6043 Sunday services 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. LUTHERAN AMERICAN (A.L C.) - H5 N. Tucson Blvd., Church and Study, Ph. MA 3-4950. Worship Service 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Rolf Borg Breen, Pastor. Ph. 3261174. CALVARY (A.L.C.), 5601 E. Broadway. AX 8-6361. Summer Scheduled: Worship 8:30-9:45. Sunday School (all ages) 9:45, Sunday School 3-6 years, 8:30. Curtis E. Jorstad, Pastor. DOVE OF PEACE LUTHERAN ^LCA) -- Sunday Worship at 9:30 a.m. Church School 10:45, at 665 W. Roller Coaster Rd. 297-2811. Nursery tor young children Rev. Koberl M. Herhold, Pastor. Ph. CY 7-2606. FAITH (Missouri Synod) -EA 5-0039. Sunday School 9:45. 3925 E. 5th St. Carl H. Harman, Pastor Ph. EA 6-2262 or Service 8:15 and 11 a.m. Vespers 1st Sundav of month 7:00 p.m. Christian Day School Kindergarten thru 8th. LUTHERAN (CONT.) FOUNTAIN OF LIFE (Mo.) Synod) 710 S. Kolb Road. Worship, Sunday School and Bible Classes: 9:00 and 10:30 a.m. The Rev. R. P. Meibohm. AX 6-0213. GRACE CHURCH - 830 N. 1st Ave. Sunday School 8:30 a.m. Morning Worship 9:45 a.m. Evenine Services 8 p.m. Vicar Eugene Kock, Rev. E. Arnold Sitz. Pastor. LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION (Mo. Synod) 1220 W Magee Rnad. Phone 887-4977 Lynn Rittman, Pastnr Snnrtav Srhnnl 9 A M Worshin Sen-ice 10 A.M. Holy Communion Pfrst Sunday. Nursery for children. LIITHFRAN CHURCH ^ OF THE H O I V TRINrrV (Mo. Synod.) snsi South Twelfth Leland R Larson, Pasrnr. Ph fi?.1-.'i:R Wnrchin in-15 a.m Sundav School 9:00 a.m. LUTHFRAN CHTRCH OF THE KING (L.C.A.) - 2450 S. Kolh R1 Church nffice AX 8-4445 Worship Service 9 a.m. and 10-30 a m Churn* Sr-hnnl 9-00 a.m and 10-30 a.m Nur- Sfirv hofh sfirvices. N'nrman T Thalman. Pastor AX R-5766 OUR SAVIOUR'S (LCA) -- N Camphpll and E. Helen St. Wm S Dion. Pastor. Visitor George Luce. Phnnc EA 7- fi2(in Worshin services 9:30 and 11-00 a.m Sundnv School 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. Nursery oresent. F.V LUTHFR- AN (Wis Svnod 700 E Yava pai. ) h!k S of Prinrp and E of Stone Sib.= Knipeer. Pastor Ph fiM.lJIRR Worship 8-30 11:00 a.m S.S and Riblr Class 9:45 a m Christian Dav S c h o o l a n d Kindergarten through 8th. SPANISH TRAIL LUTHERAN CHURCH, 8701 Old Spanish Trail. Erling H Peterson, Pastor. Phone 296-2461. Summer Schedule--Worship 9:00 a.m., Sun. School 10:00 a.m. NORTHMINSTER--2450 E. Ft Lowell. EA 7-7121. Rev. Richard Rowley. Church School 8:45 a.m. Worship Service 10:00 a.m. THE NORTHMINSTER family enjoys a complete church program at every age level. You Are Welcome, f ST. ANDREW'S Presbyterian Church {Oracle Foothills are?) 7600 Paseo del Norte. Rev. Richard M. Harris. Minister Ph. 297-2122. Church School 9:30 a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m. ST. MARK'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH «--- 3809 E. Third. 325-1519,,., Ministers Dr. Paul David Shoiin William C. Howell "" Robert K. Staley · ··-' 8:30 a.m.--Adult Class 9:30 a.m.--Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m.--Church School ' Classes 11:00 a.m.--Service of the ' World "What Do You Mean, Covenant?" The Reverend Robert K. Staley. TRINITY : . PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 740 N. 4th Ave. Ministers :i Dr. Glenn C. McGee '" Dale E. Hewitt. Roy M Smith Leslie J. Atkinson William F. lan Laurence B. Ford Worship 8:30 and 11:00 a ni Ch. Sch. 8:30. 9:45 11:00 a.m. Youth Meeting, 6:30 p.m. Sermon brondcasl on Radio Station KTAN--11:30 .a.m. Dr. McGee preaching. SPIRITUALIST UNITED P E L L O W S H I - P CHAPEL (UCM45) 4718 ,E. Hawthorne. Sunday services 2 p.m. Rev. Wright. Rev Kla'r- man Rev. Langilon 325-7473 or 793-1007. Message Circle every 2nd and 4th Friday,of month. PRESBYTERIAN CHRIST -- R5S5 E. Broadway Ministers Milton Emmons, Gary Edson. Worship 8:30 and 11:00 A.M. Church School--9:30, Grade 4 thru Adult .Nursery thru Grade 3 at 11:00 A.M. IMMANUEL Presbyterian. Meeting in Marshall School, 9066 E. 29th. H. Richard Ohden, M i n i s t e r . Phone 296-2253. 9:00 A.M. Morning Worship Guest Minister, the Rev. William C. Howell. 'I CHURCH O F UNIVERSAL LIGHT. 202 W. Ft. Lowell Rd, Ph. 624-7120. Rev. RonaFd Nichols. Healing Service 7:00 p.m. Worship service 8 p.m. Metaphysical Teachings and Spiritual Gifts demonstrated. -' UNITARIAN (Universalist) UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CHURCH OF TUCSON - 4B3J East 22nd Street. Rev. Russell, L. Lincoln, Minister Sunday Morning Service and Church? School 11 A.M. "Guest Speak* er: The Honorable Samuel P'. Goddard, Governor of Arizqzwf UNITY UNITY OF TUCSON-JIM E,' Mabel St. 622-3871. Sunday; School 9:30. Worship 11 ·.m. J Rev. Larry A. Swartz, Mjaj ister. 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