Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 3, 1977 · Page 12
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12 GREELEY Colo.) TRIBUNE Frl-.Junf 3,1977 /*\ Sunday sermon topics USHIhSt. 6'»p m. Youlr.FHlo*Vilp CUM Unll*d Church otChml Rtv.RoyW.SrUugruKiiy Jia »nd IrdSlrwt. Ault llam.SuoajySawl. 11: IS a m. .SVrnirtj wc-ryiip. SihJ'i F*ith 7:30p.m. F!r«!ceiFriday i p m. Suncay. Porluc* Flr«ide s 33no Ave. In me bjwmem apt. ft Berein Fumiamrnt*. Cfturch Rev. Roicoe Srtulli. Patlor mSCinonSt. Evani, Colo. 9:X)a m.SunOS* Sclwl. I0:*iam. .\Vfning Service. 6 p m . Evening Service. 7r30 pm. Wfcneviar. Family nicnt of Beth Uriel Syriasosue Bethel Baptitt Church Rev. George Dvirnalt HOMMhAve. 9:15 a.m. SunOay ScJwol. «n Si. and walnut Windsor 9: II a.m. Sunday Scnoot. 10:30 a.m. Morning Worwilp. Bible Misiiwiary Church 5U Nth Ave. Bev.W*yreA.SIrjcencr 9:30 a.m. Sunday Scfieol. 10: JO a.m. Morning Worship. 4:^Sp.m. Youth FellowyiTp. 7:30 p.m. Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, mid-week service. Boneii Home Chi pel 70133nd Street ErwinF.Janisen. J p.m. Services in Wall Chapel. 3:tS p.m. Services In the Fhtscnel ROf 30th Ave. ChariejB.Gray Sundriy Sdiool. Worship.' Wednesdays hie siudy J«ie Stepfiem mday School. ornTng worship. Church otCtirist 119 Hth Ave. Gary R. Standard 7:15 a.m. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morning worship. Church of Cod Holiness «! list Ave. Rtv. Bob Shaver 9:*i a.m. Sunday School. 10: IS a.m. Morning Worship. 5:iS p.m: Youth Service. study. Church of God in ChriilMfnnonite Gerald Mininger, Pastor 10a.m. Sunday School. 11 a.m. Worship Service. everyone Welcome. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints · 211623Avtnue 1st Ward--Eugene R. Bauer 9:30 i.n\. Sunday School. t p.m. Sacrament Meeting. 2nd Ward -- Gann M. £1 dredge H a.m. Sunday School. 4p.m. Sacrament Mteiino Church of the Brethren VimilewMUrwHimllg mill north of Windsor Herb Idler 10:30 a.m. Sunday School. 9:30 a.m. Morn ing Worship. Faton Baptist Church Jnd and Maple Franklin M. White 9:*S a.m. Sunday School."* 11 a.m. Morning Worship. prayer; Boy's Brigade; Pioneer Girls; and home Bible study. Eaton First Congregational United Church of Christ InrJand Cheyenne, Eaton Rev. Roy W. Shaghneiiy ID a.m. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morning Worship. Eaton Foursquare Church 4th and Park Pastor Tom Aloreehl 9:J5 a.m. Sunday School. Classes for all ages. Eaton, Colo. Henry Hartbtrg, Miniiter 9 a.m. Sunday School. 10:30 a.m. Worship Service. 7 p.m. Youth Fellowship. Evangel Temple Assembly or God Church 33rd Avenge and isth Street Calvin Ackenon 9:45 a.m. Sunday scnool. 11 a.m. Morning worship. 6 p.m. Youth wrvlce. 7 p.m. Evening service. · Evangelical Free Church jrdand Maple, Eaton William Spencer 10a.m.SundaySchool. 8:30 and 11 a.m. Morning Woi Sermon Topic: "The Mind of Ch: Excitement '77 Crusade. Evans United Methodist Church Evans, Colo. Rtv.GeneMack 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. 10:»a.m. Worsnip Service. FlitM Bible Baptist Church 320 Jim A v». Oliver K.Sfioemiker 10 am. Sunday School. 11 a.m. Mo rning Worship. Faith LutheriRCtiurch Jonnirown Paitor James Laificti 9;JO»m.Sun8jySmxl. \ I·*) i m. Morning Wcrinip. Youtn Feiiovtviip ma Swidav and «n Tu*wiy. Faith United Church 01 Chf ill WtilWitflutJIrttr Windsor Rev. Jacob Grethtr Minister: Rtv.DurbjnTrtorp* 3 m. Suuisy Sttuol. a.m. Morn Ing Wof snip. 7:»p m. Wednesday. Midweek Service. 9:4} im. family. '.0:45 i.m. WorinlpStrvte*. SSMI iw «n ti» Gloria Christ) Lutheran Church (Missouri Srud) 1717 W. Hth SI. St. John'i United Church of Christ The Rev. Judy Minor Lty Leader: Wlllird JOfltl lift Ave. and Hi! St. Rtv.DurantVanOyen 9: is a.m. Sunday Scnool. 10;» a.m. Morning Worsnip. i:*S p.m. Wednesday. Family Night. FlntAiiemblvotGod 9;»a I i.m i. Sunday School. , ma)Ins «d 10:M t ""r«i!i,'",T"" StVMttvDiy *«AlKflltAl .Donald A. Wledemin Blihop 7p.m.Frid4y.S!leStugy. Iheph«rdeltheHllli 10:15 a.m. Morning Worjnlp. y ' *"*"*"""" Riv.RebertH.Howt 9a.m. Sunday School. 10:15 a.m. Morning Worship. Sermon by Joftn Jessrn. E»,itement '77 Crusade. 10:30 a.m. Morning worship. Sermon Topic: "The Power of Faith." Excitement ·n Crusade. 9:4S a.m. Sunday School. 11 a.m. Morning Worship. 7p.m. Evening Service. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Midweek Service. St. John's 7,T-T? D , D " First Bapliil Church IndAve.andMaple Eaton. Colorado Rev. Franklin M. White 10 a.m. Sunday sowoi. Sp.m. Junior HiqhBYF. ('DI'SCI ilTMTc"S uinst.andiirdAv.. 7 p.m. Wednesday Midweek Service. Harvest Time Tibernicle 304011th Ave. Evani, Colo. Pastor James Langlty /:M p.m. Tuesday. Prayer. 203 nth St. 11 a.m. fWjmlng Wortfiip. a p.m. Evening Service. 8 p.m. Wednesday. MicSveek Si "ffiSSST Dr. H1 r.idH.rri, and Adult BiWe Study. SI. Peter 1 ! Catholic Church Rtv. Tha«eus KBiikowskl, Sunday Anticipated Mass: Saturday it Sunny View Church of tht Nan rent , 4100 W. 10th SI. Jimti Christy /p.m. igumuroufj*. Pint Church olChrht Scientist 11. a.m. Sunday School for student! under 30 yesrsof age, 11 a.m. Cnurch Service. Lesson: "God the Only Cause and Creator," Highland HIIliFm Will BaptiJt Church Meeting it DAV Hill 1407 5tti Avenue Rcv.BobThomil 1 1 a.m. Morning Worship. 4p.m. Evening Service. " '·"· « speaker: r,. ' TM'"' w»»ip- R.ycroft. iMiern 10:50 a.m. AVjmlngWorship. · S:«p.m. Youtn Fellowship. Sermon Topic: "Holding On To Our Faith InADilficultlime." First Covenant Church Evangelical Covenant Church of America B03iOthAve. Rev. Eric Fnjhman (Interim Paitor] AuH, Colo. Rev. Lew A. Meiuner 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. 11 a.m. Morning Worship'. First Presbyterian Church LaSalle Rev. William H.Philipt 7 p.m. Wednesday. Youth Service. First Presbyterian Church FirilSpjniihAsHmbly of God Corner JHt Ave. and *th St. Rev. Simon Melendres 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. 11 a.m. vvorwip service. i: 3np. m .Yo U ,h P F ( ,,.w S h,p. Pir,iu.i MM . IM i,i Pastor Rowland Gregory m. Sunday School for all «gn. JM.wrin«i.y.Biw B si.d,.'- IgteiliAdvintiiti DtlSeplimoDii 3 :»..m.Si, U r,».y.»F.iiov«ip. 9:15 a.m. Sunday School far el :lass for the development ally di 10:30 a.m. Morning Worsfil i:30 p.m. Confirmation and graduation banquet. Jehovah's Witness Ault Congregation lioistsirect Basement of the Town Library Ault, Colo. 9:30 a.m. Public Talk with Watchtowtr 7:30 p.m. Friday. Theocratic School and 9:30 a.m. Public talk with Watch Tov Mudy following. 7:30 p.m. Friday. Theocratic School i uthsi.indnt.Avi. Rtv. Warren H.Wille 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. Trinity Epiieopal MMW. M Street Rev. C. Norman Middtelon 7:30 a.m. Choral Eucharist · 10 a.m. Choral Eucharist. ., do m m»ion wm b, United Methodist Church ithand walnut 7:*5p.m. Evening Service. 7:45 Thursday. Bible Study. Unity Tri-State Study Croup .m. Tuesday ai the First tonal Churcti, lith Street and je. For further Information call. westtyan Church IttjfmAve. Francis W.Hubturd fcsioclah: Robert Kraui 1 P .r Study ft 7:30 i Jehovah'* witness Souih Congregation 2100 zind Street . Public Talk wiih Watchtower m. Thursday. Theocratic School 11 a.m. Morning Worship. 5 p.m. Youth Fellowship. 7p.m. Cvenino. Servlc*. 7 p.m. Wednesday Midweek Service. Topic: "The Char act eristics of Christ's Church." 3p.m. Baptism Service. 7 p.m. Wednesday. Midweek Service HthAvt.andttndSi. Howard McClure 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. 10:45 a.m. Worship Service. 7p.m. Evening Service. 7 p.m. Wednesday Midweek Service. Our Savior' Our Savior's Lutheran Church, 1800 21st Ave., has announced its summer worship Catholic theologian says sharing of Holy Communion should begin By GEORGE W. CORNELL AP Religion Writer NEW YORK (AP) - A controversial but widely influential Roman Catholic theologian, the Rev. Hans Kung, says Roman Catholic and Protestant churches should now recognize each other's ministries as valid and share Holy Communion. The basis for such steps, he says, has come through resolution of the major issues originally dividing Christianity. "The ecumenical movement is now ripe for concrete action," he says. Citing the series of accords reached by theologians representing Catholicism and various branches of Protestantism, he told a symposium of scholars this week at the University of Notre Dame: "The sum of these documents ... make clear that the churches today can no longer evade the issue of Eucharistic hospitality or inter-Communion." ·He said at the grass-roots level, Catholics and Protestants in many places already participate in inter-Communion, and he called for "open protest" to get the church hierarchy to bring official practice into line with the. new understandings achieved. "The leadership of all the churches can inspire little confidence as long as it does not show itself ready and able to put into practice the results of theological labor," he said. "Among the matters calling for such realization are: the mutual recognition of ministries, the extension of Eucharistic hospitality and the establishment ultimately of full Eucharistic communion." However, he said that despite the agreements, church officials invoke stalling tactics that to many seem like "subterfuge to avoid doing what has to be done." Father Kung's work has subjected him to recurrent Vatican investigations and his latest widely selling book, "On Being a Christian" (Doubleday) has drawn praise of many theologians and criticism from church authorities. He said Christians generally have come to recognize that they "all worship one and the same Go'd and acknowledge one and the same Savior Jesus Christ," and as a result, belong to one baptized community, sharing the same spirit, faith and Holy Communion. "This new grass-roots ecu- menism is a source of great hope," he said, adding that if it is "officially repressed or driven out of the churches, the spiritual damages for 8 long time to come will be Irreparable." The Notre Dame symposium, involving European and American theologians, dealt with steps needed toward Vatican III, another worldwide council of bishops following the reforms initiated by the 1962-'65 Vatican II. June 3-12 designated special season of prayer, thanksgiving WHEREAS. Excitement '77 Crusade for Christ will be held at the Butler-Hancock Field House, June 3 through June 12.1977 and WHEIIKAS, there are many hundreds of churchmen in our area already cooperating in this event in our community privately and corporately, and WIIKItEAS, in grateful recognition of God's benevolent providential blessings upon Greeley and the Weld County area and-in hopeful anticipation of the spiritual revival through the ministries of the Excitement '77 Crusade for Christ: NOW. THEREFORE. I. George W. Hall, by virtue of the authority vested in me as mayor of the City of Grceley, Colorado, do hereby proclaim and to celebrate anniversary A 75th Anniversary celebration will beheld at 10:30 a.m. Sunday by the congregation of the First United Presbyterian Church of Miliiken. Sunday School will not be held. A pot luck dinner will be held at 12:30 p.m. in the Milliken Middle School, followed by a program stressing the history of the church and its relation to Milliken. Hie Presbyterian church was dedicated in 1902 in HiUsboro. The building was moved to its present site in Milliken in 1910. Friends of the congregation are invited to attend any or all of the services. June 12,1977 A SPECIAL SEASON OF PRAYEK AND THANKSGIVING and earnestly call upon our citizens to support the spiritual effort in every way which is in harmony with their own personal convictions and beiiefs. IN WITNESS THEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the City of Greeley, Colorado, . affixed on this 2nd day of June, 1977. Signed. George W. Hall Mayor of Greeley --Religion News Briefs-- NEW YORK (AP) -Leaders of the United Church of Christ have expressed shock and dismay at the rilling of Superior Court Judge George Fountain new trial to the Wilmington 10, even though the main prosecution witnesses have recanted their testimony. The Rev. ·' Dr. Joseph H. Evans, president of the church which has financed the defense of the nine black young ma, and a white woman, called the "appalling decision" a "grievous setback to the cause for human rights and justice which will darken the reputation of our nation. "It occurred at the very time ourgovernmentrepresentatives are negotiating human rights with leaders of African nations and as our President urges the cause of human rights around the world. It is a poor commentary on our nation's ideals that two such opposing actions should take place concurrently." The nine blacks have been imprisoned for long terms for alleged participation in racial violence in Wilmington, N.C., in 1971. The woman is on parole. The church plans to appeal the judge's decision, rendered last week after a hearing for a new trial, arranged when key prosecution witnesses recanted. SASKATOON, Canada (AP) -- A joint commission of three Canadian Lutheran denominations planning unification has approved a proposal allowing the. ordination of women in the projected new church. Hi 8 h«»yiBy.paii ' n ' n " v worship will be at 9 a.m. There will be no Sunday School during June so anyone interested may attend vacation church school at 11:30 a.m. Monday, June 20-- theme, "Look Back and Reach take place Sunday, July 24, with former pastors present. The speaker for the worship service will be Pastor Sam Wegenast, pastor here when the present building was built. There will be a congregational dinner at noon and a MT. POCONO, Pa. (AP) -Delegates to the Southeastern Pennsylvania Synod of the Lutheran Church in America have voted to suspend a pastor, the Rev. John B. Bergstresser, from the Lutheran ministry. The action was taken after the Rev. Mr. Bergstresser, former pastor of Grace Lutheran Church in Royersford, was relieved of his post on the recom- . mendation of a committee in a Cuutrovcrsy over church funds, but who became pastor of a new independent congregation of dissidents who supported him, Freedom Lutheran Church, outside denominational jurisdiction. NOTRE DAME, Ind. (AP)Describing a lunch with the Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, president of the University of Notre Dame, evangelist Billy Graham says, '.'We agreed that the present generation of young people are more spiritual-minded than any previous generation we've known." The luncheon was part of a five-day Graham crusade at Notre Dame, which drew a to-. tal attendance of 95,000, including 45,000 that filled Notre Dame stadium on the final night. Graham called the crusade "a tradition-breaking and historic event." NEW YORK (AP) - With the continuing arrival of refugees from Haiti in Miami, Fla., Church World Service, the interdenominational Protestant- Orthodox relief arm caring for them, has told the U.S. government it can't take care of any "Our resources have been stretched to the limit," says Nancy L: Nicalo, noting the agency already has spent $500,000 caring for 600 Haitian refugees and is continuing to do so t of more than $5,000 a Interested in learning how to live a healthier, happier, more harmonious and productive life? The Unity Study Group of Greeley meets'every Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. in the narthex of the First Congregational Church at 16th Si. and 20th Ave. ",The instructor is Gerald Taylor, minister of the Unity Church of Fort Collins. The Unity Study Group of Greeley is affiliated with Unity School of Christianity, Unity Village, Mo., publishers 'of "Daily Word" and "Unity" magazine. GREELEY FOURSQUARE CHURCH 1st St. and 25th Ave. "A Bible-teaching Fellowship, ministering the lifeftowof Jesus." Sunday School Morning Worship Evening Service Wednesday - Bible Study and Prayer Nursery Services Provided At All Services Alan Eastland, Pastor NEW LIFE FOR YOU! Life is a) its best when God is in it. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Youth Service 6:00 p.m. Evangelist.Rally 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Praise 7:30 p.m. N. L. Bascom, Pafstor GLAD TIDINGS ASSEMBLY OF GOD 35th Avenue 6th Street Phone 352-5342 asked the agency to take on some of the new arrivals, pending litigation to determine if be allowed to stay, liti- that has gone on two 10a.m. Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. 11 a.m. Morning Worsnip. 6 p.m. Youtfi Fellowship. The First United Mithodist Church · f 1710th Avenue The Riv, MarvInH. Adams 9a.m.Church Scnool. ? t.m. and 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship. Sermon Topic: "Sufficient Grace." American Lutheran llthSt.indlutAve. past will follow. Other 50th at 10 a.m. and will continue for Anniversary dates are Aug. 21, six weeks. Sept. 18 and Oct. 16, the day the Trie church will celebrate its parish officially organized in 50th Anniversary with the 1927. Reformed Prtibyterian lOthAvi.andtsthSt. E. Raymond Hempnill 9:*j a.m. Sunday school. II a.m. Morning Worship. Strmon Topic: "in The Beginning." by Bob udent pastor. Excitement '77 Grace Baptist will to single worship service Fiilh Lutheran churcn NorthCFievenneAvfnut Eaton DonA.Wilken.Mlnltter 9:15a.m.SundayScrcol. I0:»am. Morning Worship 13319tn Ave. ThomljA.Ewing MO am. Sunday Scnool for all as«i. g and 10:30 a.m. Morning Worlnip Sermon Topic: "Giving Thanks to Cod me Father." 10:»a.m. Service Broadcast on KYOU. FrecMelnodltl IlnAve.andHlhSt. Rev.Jamet.A.Rivell 9:'5a.m.Suriday Scnool. 11:30 a.m. Morning Worihlp, 7p.m. Wedneida/, Family Nlgnt. or Latter-Day Saint! iitiiimsi. RayRHrk Salvation Army 11l*(thltre*t 'captain EmeitOuellette 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. ;p.m.Ev.ning»rvic f . Grace Baptist Church, 1226 35th Ave., will return to one morning worship service for the summer months. Beginning Sunday morning worship will be at 10:15 a.m. with Sunday School at 9 a.m: The evening service will be at 6 p.m. There will be no evening services Sunday, June 5 and 12, so members of the church may attend the Excitement '77 Crusade at Butler-Hancock Field House. John Jessen, director of Campus Crusade for Christ, will be guest speaker Sunday. He will speak on the topic, "Sharing the Sufferings of Christ." Koger Cozens will speak on "Vocal Victory" Sunday, June 12. EVANGELISM PLAN CHICAGO (UPI) -- The World "Methodist Council will launch a multi-faceted, five- year program of evangelism this fall in which congregations will be asked to "covenant with God" to "witness more urgently to Jesus Christ as the world's Savior," including an emphasis on funds for the reopening of Wesley's Chapel in London. Only two kings of England have been named James. James I was king from 1603 lo 1625 and James II, his grandson, from 1685 to 1688. Centennial Baptist Fellowship of HIAWATHA BAPTIST MISSIONS invites you to a BIBLE STUDY on the Gospel of John 7:30 each Thursday 2219 27th Ave. Greeley, Colo. 353-4178 Speaker: Rev. Robert E.Uixon Independent, fundamental, pre-millermlal, pre-trlbula- tlonal, evangelistic. Looking toward the founding ol a local church to associate with the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches.

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