Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 24, 1969 · Page 12
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Greeley, Colorado
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JSerrhon Topics ··..; · *l»y dHsrdi in WtM Cwnty · ""r, wkmlt wrnMfi f*piei .^··Ml 'church ittmt for (hi* *. All tuch Ittmt mutt b* I «t tht Trlbwrt t»w»- n* liter' th«n J p.m, AII-N«ti«n l Church . 115 14th St. Thomti R. D«vl» l:STa.m. Sunday school. ;: ! 11 a.m. Worship 'service. . 7:30 p.m. Bible class service 7:30, p.m. Thursday, Bible olass'; ; . .Calvary Btptiit Church . ·-, . l«ti Av«. and 10th St. '..".. : W«rr«n L. Nort»n , 8:^$ a.m. Bible school. ; . 10:45 , p.m. Morning service · Sermon: "A New Experience Crossing Jordan." . *:30 p.m. Young people'; /groups. Bible study. class. · ·'? :p;m. Evening worship. Ser mon: "The Best- Audience Is One.'-'. ' . - ' . ' · ; . .. ' ·. 7:30 plm. Wednesday. Prayer meeting and Bible sludy. ·· : ' .,,; .Shtrwwd Park ·'·;'·: : B»ptiit .Church : .;. : 3333 i.tti st. . ' ' Richard Grtni S:45:,».m. Sunday -school. 11' a.m. Worship service. Sermon:- "The Conditions- for Revival.." ' ' Hilliidt Baptiit Church - . ' ; »!h Av». and 2Sth St. . ' ' : ' Charlct lv*y ; 9:45 a.m. Sunday, school. 11 -a.m. Worship service. Sermon: "God's Plan Versus Satan V '· '· . · ' · · . . , Fir»t Baptist. Church ·TOthvAv*. and llth St. :: 'Malcolm McGuIr* .8:15 .a.m. Church school. · i0':3S a.m. Morning worship. Sermon:;. "What About Situation Ethics?" · · · · . . / · - . :.:3Q p.m. Bible telecoiirse ·Film,: : ;' , 6 B;ih'J Junior arid Senior High fiyp. ;··",' · ; · ; 7:30' p.m. Choir 'rehearsal..' . B»ftw! Baptiit Church 17th AVI. and Allti Dr. Gwrg. Dvlrnik 9:45. a.m. Sunday Bible ichbol. · 11 a.m. Morning worship. Ser- · mon: "Doing Our Own . Thing." Eaton Baptiit Church Elmtr Palmer · 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. ···11 a.m.. Worship service. Sermon:.. "Expectation Corner." Fir«t Baptiit Church La Sallt . Mlltm W. F.lkthb*r| · 10 a.m. Sunday 'school. 11 a.m. Worship service. Christian Rtformtd 'Church ' 12th Avt. and. llth St. ^ Hubort'Sprik;, ,' V . 8:45 a:m'.- Sunday 'School.' · 11 a'.m. Morning, worship. Sermon : "The Runaway." , · 7 , p.m'. Evening. worship. Ser.mon: "Stephen's .Fullness of 'Spirit. 1 '- ' " ' · · · · · · · M«untiln Vitw Evan^tllcil Fit* Church 25* Avt, and 12th St. Frank Armitrvng 9:30 a.m. Sunday school. 10:30 a.m. Worship service Sermon: "What Is Salvation?' 7 p.m. Evening service. Ser mon: "How (o Overcome Com plaining." First Ev.ngtlkil Frt* Church 13th Ave. and 15rh St. Aaron F. Jcajer 9M5 a.m. Sunday Bible school 11 a.m. Morning worship. Ser mon: "The Christian's Obstacle bourse." 7 p.m. Evening service. Ser non: "The Strategy of Sin." 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Hour o Power. ' · ' . ' Church of J.ius Chrlit Of Latter-day Salntt 2022 23rd Av«. Nile C. Jtppun 5 a.m. Priesthood meeting. 10:30 a.m. Sunday school. 6 p.m. Sacrament meeting. . St. PaulV C»ngr*g*tlon«l Church 4th Av». and 12th St. Elmer T. Wilhtlm 9:30 a.m. Sunday school.. 10:45 a!m. Worship service. Sermon: "What Is .the Chrisian's Greatest Experience?" 2.p.m. Prayer meeting. ^ p.m. Christian endeavor. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Young ouple's ; group. Mr., and Mrs. irnold diver, former mission- iries to (he Congo, will be peaking. Firit Unltid Methodist Church 10th Ave. and 10th St. Marvin H. Adami 9 and 10:30 a.m. Worship serv- ces. Sermon: "Mutually En ouraged," 01 Ij u r r IT Page 12 GREELEY TRIBUNE Friday, Oct. 24, 1969 Directory of Weld Churches Av*. !· uaed for avenue* whe ·treetB (SI.) In omitted, l-'o Bible school or Its equlvlen only school Is uned. Services ar Sunday unless otherwise noted YP in for Youth or Younp People Sueclft] church news should be 1 *r* Trlhun^ office by \Vedne«da at 3 p.m. for publication Friday Greeley All \M!nit» I'entruoKtn], 21 14th St., Thomas R; Davis. School 9:30: services. II and 7:30. Pray er meetlnir. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m Bible class. Thursday. 7:30 p.m AMNemhien de Dion, Spanisl Colony. School, 10: service, 7:3( Anipmltlj- of God, Spanish, 2 1 s Ave. and GJh St., Rev. Joe Banda School, 10:00; service, 7:30. Emhly nf find Temple Ll 1'rlnldail, 15(11 Stli HI., Davl tamos. School, 10:00: services 1 and 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday, 7:30 AsaemblT of nod. Glad Tldli 15th Ave. and W. 6th St. Rd., N TJ. Bascoin. School, 9:45: services 11:00 'and 7M5. Bnhn'l Knlth, mi 7th Ave Preside discussion, 8 p.m. Fo: nfonnation call 353-1795. Ilcthe! Unntlit, 17th Ave., Ailes School, 9:45; services, 11:00 anr "00: BF. 6:1B: YP. 6:00. Hllile Hlsntoonrr 516 Hill Ave Cenneth Arnold. School 0:45 ervlccs, 10MB and 7 : 4 5 ; YP, 7:00 BroadvleiT Park Chnrch, 81: 6th Ave. (Franklin School) Charles B. Gray. Schoo], 9:4G ervice, 7:45; YP, 6:00; midweek ·00 Wednesday. ChrlHtlnn Ileforn rrt C h u r r h l u h o r t Sprlk. School, S:30; Ser- Ice. 11:00. Otilrary BapllHt, 19th Ave,. Oth, Warren L. Norton. School :45: services, 10:45 and 7:00; 'ounfr people and adults, 6:30; rayer meeting and Bible study, ednesday, 7:30. 9 a.m. Church school for all m h °Iv h e."IVM*A'"o"d' gii/, D£ Schoo Community Foursquare Church 110 N..25th Ave. F. Lee Arlington, .Jr. 9:45.a.m. Sunday-school hour. 11 a.m.'Morning worship service. Sermon: "The Hicli, the Righteous and ' the Rewarded." Children's .church, in ses- ·:siph., . -. ' . .- -. · 6:30 p.m. - Cadet · Crusaders. Theme: "Sheep-Shape Sheepherders. 7:30 p.m. Evening service. Sermon: "Why God Heals." 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday. Family night. 'Firit Christian Church 13th St. and 23rd Ave. Leslie L. Bowers 9:30 a.m. Church school for all ages. 10:30 a.m. Worship and Communion. Youth Sunday. Guest speaker will be Harry Spear, administrator of the Colorado Christian Home in Denver. Greeley Christian Church '.2841 17th Ave. . , ! Mike .Williams 11 a.m. Worship service. Sermon: "The Danger of Not Discerning Differences." 7:30 p.m. Evening service. Guest speaker will be Von CO!R. Broadview Park Church 118 35th Ave. (Franklin School) Charles B. Gray 8:30 a.m. Christian Brotherhood Hour on radio KLIR (990). Sermon: "Have Young People Really Dropped Out?" 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. '·' 10:45 'a.m. Worship service. Sermon: "When Life Becomes Thrilling." 7 p.m. Wednesday. Prayer mid Bible study. ges. 10 a.m. Chancel choir rehear- al. ' 11:30 a.m. Covered dish diner. 6-7:30 p.m:' Junior 'High ;MYF. 8'p.m. SeniirJHigh UMYF. Flrtt Presbyterian Church La Salle Hugh B. Garner 9:30 a.m. Church school. 10:30 a.m. Lord's Day Wor- lip. Sermon: "Women and hildren First." Synnyyiew Church ef fhe Naiarene :MO llth Ave. Melvln C. Carpenter 9:45 a'-.rh. Sunday school. · 10:50 a.m; Worship service. 2 plm. Ambassador Concert. 5:55 CSf adult class. 6 p.m. Youth Fellowship. 7 pirn. Evangelistic service. . First Church of Christ ·Scientist 10 Ave. and 15th St. 9:30 a.m. Sunday school for tudenls under twenty years of 11 a.m. 'Church service. Leson'sermon: '.'Probation 1 After 'eath." ' . ' . - ' · · : ' · . . 8 p.m..'.Wednesday. Evening ervice..;;' ' '. irtt Chureh 'ef the Nazarene 2515 W. Uth St. Eari B. Wheeler 9:45 tt.m. Sunday, school. .10:45 a'.m. Worship service. 6 p.m. Youth hour. 7 p.m. Evangelistic service. 7:30. p.m. Wednesday. Midweek prayer hour, . 8:30 p.m. .Wednesday. Choir practice. Gloria Christ! Lutheran Chapel (Missouri Synod) 13th St. and 31st Ave. . : Lambert G. Gabbcrt 9:15 a.m. Sunday school, adult information and Bible class. 10:30 a.m. Worship service. Sermon: "Who Are You Trying to Please?" 6:30 p'.m. Wednesday. Weekday school for grades 3 through 8.. Bible study. . ImmamMJ'Lutheran Church 1410 Lakeside Drive Marvin L, Langeland 9:45 a.m. Christian education lour. Classes for all ages. Discussion cfasses.fbr adults and senior high. 11.a.m..Family, worship hour. Sermon: "The.Paradox of Freedom." The Festival of the Reformation. 6:30 p.m. Senior High youth executive committee meeting. First United Presbyterian Church 1321 »m Ave. Thomas A. Ewing Lawrence A. Angus 8:15 and 10:30 a.m. Worship services. Sermon: "Guide and Keep Me, 0 Lord." 9:15 a.m. Church schoo] 1:45: service*, 10:46 Wednesday, 7:30. 18th AvenHe Chnrch of Christ, 919 18th Ave. Don Humphrey. ISlble Study, 9:30; services, 10:30 and 6:00. Church nf Christ, 1128 6th SI. IHhle Study, 10:00; services, 11:00 and 6:00. Uhnrrh nf Got In Christ, 600 4th Av«.. H. C. Carter. School, 9:30;. services, 11:00 and 8:00. Chnrch nf God In Christ Men- nonlte. .4th Ave. and llth St., icrald Mlnlnfrer. School, 10 a.m. Service. 11 a.m. 'Church nf Gort of Prophecy, Jlh Ave. and 10th St., W. W. Pettyjohn. School, 10:00; services, 11:00 and 7:30; YP, 11:30; midweek, Wednesday, 7:30. Church of Jriun Christ nf Ijnt- (er Day Saints, 2116 23rd Ave., ·s'llo C. .leppaon. Priesthood, 1:00; s c h o o l , 10:30; Sacra- nont,, G:00. College Student Hranch, 3022 10th Ave., Garth a 1 d r e d ic « , Priesthood, 9:00; School, 10:30; Sacrament, fi p.m.; nstlttlte of rellKlon class Monday, 7:15 p.m. Kvnnj(el Temple, 23rd Ave. A 2Eth St., Verl Green School, 9 : 4 6 i services 11:45 and 7:30. J'lrst Bnptlit, 10th Ave., l l t h , Malcolm McGulre. School 9:15; service, 10:30. Flr.t Chrlstlnn, 23rd Ave., 13th 1,. u Uowers. School, 9:30; worship and communion. 10:30. First CnmcreKntlonHl, United Church nf Christ, 2101 16th St. Paul D. Tiller. School. 8:30 and 11:00: CollCBo class, 9:30; discussion groups jo:00. t'lrst Church nf Christ, Scientist, 10th Ave., 15th. School, 9:30 church, 11:00. First Covenant, 10th Ave., Stli, Edmund B. Train. School. 9:00 services, 10:00 and 7:00; College »l Free. 13th Ave., 15th, A a r o n P. Jaeger School! S:45: services, 11:00 and 7:30; YP. 6:15 and 5:45. . First Nar.nretie, 2515 W. 16th Ear! B. Wheeler. School, S M S services, 10:45 and 7:00: YP, 6:15 First United Methodist, 10th Ave.. 10th, Marvin H. A d a m s School, 9:00; services, 9:00 and 10:30. First U n I «· 4 PreKbyterlnn, Thomas A. Kwlng, Sth Ave. Uth School, 9 : 1 5 ; services, 8:16 and 10:30. First Snanlnh Internntlnni Pentecostal, Spanish colony, west Greeley, Manuel GftlleROs. School 10:00; services, 2:30 and 7:30. Foursquare Goflprl, 110 N. 25th Ave. Ct., F. L. Arlington. School 9 M 6 a.m. Services, 11 a.m. anr 7:30: YP, 6:30; midweek, 7:30 Wednesday. classes for all ages. ' 7:30 p.m. Monday. Bible Tele- course Film. 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. Bible study and prayer, parlor. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Youth Our s . vl))r . $ Lu)he , 4n chureh [·Yank Armstrong. S c h o o l 1:30; services, 10:30 and 7:00 YF, 6:30; midweek, Wednesday 7:00. Our T,m!r of Pence Cnthnll* 4th Ave., 3rd, Mario Vesta. Mass 8:00, 11:00 and 7:00. rillnr of Fire, 8th Ave., Uth, W i l l a m Portnnft. School, 10:00; services, 11:00, 3:00 and 7:30. . Ileformed PresuyterlHB 10th Ave., Ifith, E. Raymond Hftmp- l i l l . School, 9:45; s e r v i c e s 1:00 and 7:30; TP, t:30. Sherwood Park Baptist, 333^ 6th Street, Hlchard A. Grenx. School, 9:45; services, 11:00 and 'uuior and Senior 6:00 p.m.: choir ehoarsal, 8:30 p.m, Wednesday, :30 p.m., mid-week prayer meot- ngr and Bible- study, 7:00; Youth leetlnns, CBTF. Keorjrnnfzed Chnrch of Jesus Cider Harold MclCaln. School, Shrlut of I,.U.S., 2813 13th St., :30; service, 10:46. Society of Prlenda ((laakeir), at Ecumenical House), 1634 3th \ve. Service, 10:30. Snlvntlon Army, 111S 6th St., lapt. Robert Reddlngton. School, :-I5; services, 11:00 and S:00; TP, :30. Srvrnlh-dny AJvrntUt, 21t LVO., 10th, John Grlswell. Sab- Youth. 6:16. 'First Incorporated. llth Avenue Church ef Christ 91? llth Ave. Don Humphrey .9:30 s.m. Bible school. 10:30 a.m. Morning worship. Sermon: "The Virtue of Regularity." 6 p.m. Evening worship service. Sermon: "The Good Confession." .7: p.m. Wednesday. Bible study.. : ,*- » 21st Avr. ami llth St. Richard J. Bunge Milburn D. Franke 8:30 and 11 a.m. Worship services. Sermon: "The Blessing ofi Justification." Trinity Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) Uth St. and 7th Ave. Lyle R. Mueller 8:30 and 11 a.m. Worship services. Guest speaker will be from Denver. 9:50 a.m. Sunday school am Bible classes. 2 p.m. Voter's assembly. 5 p.m. Gamma Delta. Reorganiied Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-day Saints 2813 13th St. Hal McKain 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. Morning worship. Sermon: "Let Nothing Separate You from Each Other" by Joseph Hoist. Reformed Presbyterian Church 10th Ave. and 15th St. Raymond Hemphill 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. Morning worship. 6:30 p.m. Fellowship groups 7:30 p.m. Evening service. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Prayer meeting. Trinity Episcopal Church 3800 W. Mth St. Charles V. Young 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion. 10 a.m. Morning prayer, ser mon and church schoof. Sermon: "From Faith to Faith.' Special music, The Wesleyan Church Mth St. and 9th Ave. Rolland L. Fletcher 9:30 a.m. Sunday schoo' 9:45 a.m. Parish education (classes for all »gcs. Free Methodist, 7th Ave., 14th Curtis V. McCully. School 9:45 service.'. 11:00 and 7:00; Mid week, Wednesday. 7:30. (ilnrln Chrlstl Lutheran, (Mis sonrl Srnnd), 13th St. and 31s Avfi., Humbert G. Gabbert, ser vice, 10:30 a.m.; school, 9:18 a.m Illlnlile naptlut (»nC), Charle Ivey. 9th Ave., 25th. School, 9:45 services, 11:00 and 7:30; TU. 6:"" Wednesday. 7:30. Grreley Rnptlst Temple, Dr. Glenn DIscoe, 14th Ave., 9th School, 9:30; service, 10:30; .lun lor church, grades 1.6; pre-schoo c h u r c h ages 4-5; beginnei church, ages 2-3; nursery pro video" for all under age 2; ant 7:30. Immnuuel Lutheran, 14th Ave at Lakeside. Marvin \i. l,arige land. Service, 11:00. School, 9:45 Jehovah's Witnesses. 2100 St.. Jjco E. Newell. Service, 9:00 Onr Savior's American Lutheran, 21st Ave., 18th, R i c h a r d Bunge and Mllburn F r a - n k e School, 9:45; services, 8:30 am 11:00. Mennnnlte Church nf .. _ .. holding services at Seventh Day A d v e n t ! st Church, 21s Avo., 10th, Wesley Jantr. Service, 9:30; .evening service, 6:00 1st and 3rd Sundays; schoo] 10:30. Bnptlst, 23rd Ave. 8th, Paul ir? Bn: Poun,d. School, 0:45 services, 11:00, 7:CO and 8:00.-. Frer. 35th Vle Ave. and 12th St. Hudson .Assembly nf God, Fred Swanson. School, 10:00; services, 11:00 and 7:45. Bethel Missionary Baptist, one mile north of Space City on Highway 6. L e o n ' Stevenson. School, 9:45 a.m.; services, 11 scnooi, a:io a.m.; services, 11 r»"««"«... «. iu.,*.. up. JUL,I U U- a.m. and 7:16 p.m., ETC, 6:30 e d will be the reading of some ,,m,: prayer meeting .,ttb Bible flf ^ bgsed onBhis s(rug . gles with the soil. A farmer near Evans for many years, Rehmer was educated at College High School and Colorado State College. His son Chuck and a nephew, ?red Rehmer, will furnish gui- ar music for the program. Open discussion will follow the itudy, Thursday, 7 p.m 'St. Isidore'! Catliolle. J a m e Morgan. Mass, 11:15. United Methodut, Erwln Kell, chool, 10:00: icervlce, 9:00. Gmce LntherBB, M. H. Gross. Echbol, 9:30;- service. 10:30. School, 9:46; service, 11:00, Spiinlnh llnntUt, 1200 3rd Ave., rYank Mendcz. School, 9:46; s*jrv- CGS, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. SI. Clinil'* Chnpcl. ilie Eplaconnl ;linr!li nt UHC, Will Bliifirhani, Chaplnlii, Holy Communion, 10:46 a.m. nnd G p.m. St. ,1olm*« I-;vnnir;ellc..l Lnilier- i (UnK.'d Chureh of ChrUt) 1737 20ih St. Samuel Foo« School, 9:16; uorvlce, 10:30. S(. MUTT'* Cftfhnltc. 2132 W 22nd St., Charlas Jonen, M««ses C:00, S:00, 10:00 nnd 12:00. Holy- riny MHHRPB: 6:00, 7:00, 8:00 n.m and 7:00 p.m. Confessions overy Saturday from 4-5 and 7:30-8:30 m. St. I'uiil'fi CnnKrcKtUon..,. 4th Avo., 12th, nimer T.Wtlhelm. School, 9:30; service, 10MB; pray r incetlnp, 2:00 p.m.; Christian Endeavor, 7:30 p.m.; prayer meet- I\E Saturday, 7:00 p.m. At. Prtrr'it CnthnUr, fltli Ave., 12th, Owon J. McHugrh. Masses; !:30, 9:00,- 11:00 and 5:46. Dallj ilass, 6:30 a.m.; Holyday Masses: 6-7 a.m.. 12:10 and 5:46 p.m Saturday Confessions: 4-6 p.m, and 7:30-9:00 p.m. Sumijrvlew Nnc»r«nr, 3040 llth tve., Melvln G. Carpenter. School 9:45; services, 10:45 and 7 and Wednesday, 7:30; YP, 6. Trinity Lutheran, (Mlnauurj Syn ( .d 7th Ave., Ifith, Lyle R. Mueller. School, 9:50; aer vices B:SO and 11:00; YP, 6:00 and 7:30. United PenteiMtHtn!, 2 nil. wext ,f Greeley on Highway 34. lid- vard Wllke. School, 10:00; serv- ces, 11:00 and 7:45; Bible Study ":46 p.m. Thursday. IJnUfirlnn Frllow- ftlil|i, Governor's Room, Fai'm v nre Restaurant, Sunday, 11 a.m. ·'or Information cull 352-3473. Wcnleynn, Sth Ave. 24th, Roland Jj. Fletcher. School, 9:30; KorviccB, 10:30 and 7:30; YP, 6:45. Went ftrcelcT llnptUt (SBC) 1251 22nd St. Oust N.E. of West HiKh), J. }l. BHster. School, 9:45; services, 11:00 and 7:00 p.m.; TU, Keenesburg Church «f Chrlut, Bible Study, 0:00; Worship, 11:00 and 7:30.' Unite* Metholiiit, Brwln Kell, Ichool, 10:00; lervlc*, 11:00. Holy Fitmllr Cnthellc, Jamea Jorsan. Mass, 10:00. .Aanemblr »f God, Lloyd Hockell. · · ' ' . . " · ' " Kirtt, ' Paul Lnvln. School, ·|:4E;'»i8rvic«B. 11:00 -and 8:00- " . . . . . . . Milliken ComtreKfitloa.u, Huro Becker. School, 10:00; icrvlce, 11:00. Flrkt PirertyterlmJi, Hlchard Stewart. School, 9:46; aervice, 11:00; YP, 7:30. Ault Dnpttntt Joseph Hum- merlckhouec. School, 10:00; strv- :e, 11:00. First Chrlitlnn, John Whlt- worth. School, 9:45; s e r v i c e 10:45; CVF, 7:30. Flmt Consregnttonnl, The Un» (ril Church of Chrlit, N e l s o n Ilonne. School, 9:45; service 11:00. Flrnt Lnthernn, Marvin L, ^u n gel and, vine pastor. Davli Puruness. Intorn. School, S:SO service, 11:00. Confirmation class 7 p.m., AVednesdny. St. Miiry'a Catholic, Mario Vesgd. MHH.I, 11:00; Confessions precede Muss; first Friday, MRSB 7:00 p.m. Briggsdalc , Gertrude Horn Service, 8:30. jtnptint, Dnn Davis. School 10:00; services, 11:00, S:00; YP :00. Eaton Faltlt Liithrrnn, Cheyenne Ave. Sth block, north, C. K. Schaff School. JIMS; service, 11. AlRcr itletnurinl t'nlteil Jtlnthod Int. Willis C. Phelps. School. 9:45 a.m,; service, 11:00. Uvnnnrllrn1 Free, W i l l i a m Spencer. School, 9:30; aervice 11:00; Communion, first Sunday earn month. I'lrM CotttcroKntlunnl Churck .fnttrd C h u r c h nf ThomaK Lammers. School, · a.m.; Service, 11 a.m. .'lr.»t DsptUt, Elmer Pair School. 3:45; services, 11:00 ; 7:30; YP, fi;U. Foiir«a'i"rc, Rev. Ida Smith School, 9:45; services, 10:45 and " 30. Evans United MethodlKt. 7th And Empire. Willis C.- PhelpB. Servlci i:30 a.r.i.: school, 10:30 a.m. Hnrvritt Time TnbprnRclr, W. Hh. James A, T^inKley. School, 0:00; service?. 11:00 and 7:45. Fort Lupton hour. ·5 p.m. Information class. 6:30 p.m. Friendship Club pot luck supper. . Av/-,, of David T. , Holden. School, 10:30 a.m. Worship service. f.f. , T T i \r jr. ' A V f , , I j a V l t l L. f l O I U C l l , iv:jll. 6:30 p.m. Wesleyan Youth. | i o : p O ; services. ll:00 nnd 7:30. 7:30 p.m. Evening gospel service. 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Senior! 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Mid- Plrxr. nnptUt, IlAlph ft. Ottf. " i:t!; service, 11:00; YP, 6:30. Kirn* choir! jweek prayer and Bible study. n!o n oT'Vp S s!'3°? 1 ' it. E, Russell 9:30; »«rv!c*, Mt. Culrarr LnthcM*. Services 9:00; tchool, 10:15.. St. Andrew'* E»l»eep«l, John W. Stelnfeld.'Service, 11:00 *.m. communion, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays: morning- prayer, lit an( 3rd Sunday*. Golcton, Robert E.. Co'ma'r School, 10:00; esrvtces, 11:00 and 7:30; YP, «:46. 1 Comi»nlt7» 2jow«ll : H o w a r d School. 10:00; iervlc*. '.11:00; .TP 7:30. - · · · · . Grover Commnnlt?", Gert'rufle Horn Services, 10:00. /Ion Latnera, N. TV. Heinsoth Services,'S:45; school,-9:45. f ethoAlKf r P a u l A. ' Dunn School; 9:45; services, 11:00 and 7:30. St. John'* Lutheran TV!icnn- In Syiiod), Walter Westhal, 1217 17th Avft., Lonrmont. School 9:30; service 10:30. St. Mekolai Catholic, Peter Urban. Mass, 9:00? Mas* Holy Daya 6:16. 7fo» United Chnrch of ChrUt 3. E. Ketterllnff. Johnstown Fnlth Lnthrmn Chnrch, Mil* noui-1 Synod. R«v. Alfred C. Wilder. School, 10 a.m.; service. 11:00 m. BnpttMt, E. A. Coltrln, School, 0:30; service, 10:30; TP, 8:30. St. John'* Cntholitr. M a r i o Vcsga. Mass, 8:30 a.m. Sunday, first Friday, «:30 a.m- ' United MethodUt C h n r n h, Ronald R. Hpdget. School, »:00; Service) 10:00. :alk and coffee will be served. Visitors are welcome. U Soil* : Amemhly of lod, Robert A. Paul. School, 10:00; services, 11:00 and 7:46. B*)tt»t, Robert X. - C o m e r ·' Flr-l Bmpil-t. Milton TV. Falk enhurg. School, 30:00; lervlces, 11:00 and 7:30 p m. " . . ' frcab jterlmi, Hupll · B. School, 1:80; Service, I rut Jarncr. Nu nti services, Fir»t Preibrtcrlnm, David Marshall. .School. 10:00; 11:00. . . , fit. M«rr'« Catholic, 22nd St. Founinare, H a r o l d Tatea. School, fl;46; Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Wednesday ·orvice, 7:30 · · · Windsor t Method Int. Morris T. Cop gin. School, · 9:30; service. 11:00. St. Albiin** EpUcop*!. Charles V. Young. Service, 11:00.' St. JohiTH IiUthrrnn, Bftrnhftrd Najrel. School, 9:00; service 10:00. . · emblr of Go*, R e u b a n Drleth. School. 9:45; services 11:00 and 1:45. Bethrl · 'American · Lnthernti raisr R. Nydahl. School, 9:1B; service, 10:30. Flrmt Chrl«tU», John Whitworth. School,' 10:00; services, J a.m. and 7:00;' TP. Fntth Unite* Cknrch of Chl»t, E. Ketterlinff and R. Stiera, School, 9:15; Service. 1:30. Othtr Towns Cnrr Prr«bjt*r(«*. Dr. Marcus rrtther'. School, 1 30:00; service, 1:00. F«mr Wny BH»ttM fSnothPrn), milea North Highway. 52, be. tween Hudson and Fort liuplon, J. Curtis Martin. School, 10:00; services, 11:00 and 3:30. Gllcrcat Cnmmnnlty Bnptlut Donald Waaey. School. 9:46: service, 10:46. M a r i o Veajra. Maes, 8:00 p.m. Sunday. Hereford Commnnltj, Gertrude Horn. Service, 11:00. Kerner Commn D o n a l d Still, School, 9 : 4 5 ; services, 11:01 and 7:30. ."N'tIT JrtaTltt*r Chrlillnn ET KeHcnl Free, J. Rugrftne T ^ a y n e . School, 9:30; aervice, 10:30. Pierce Community TJ · f t * 4 Methodlfit. J o h n D. Purvis School, 9:30 a.m.: Service. 10:30 i.m. RInn Community United Meth idl«t» Darrel K. Hinshaw. School 9:30 a.m.; service, 11:00 a.m, lied Pent her Lnfcri. Chsp^l o the Pines, 2nd Sunday each month. Service, 11:00 a.m. Area Church Ingathering The annual ingathering ol gifts of food, school supplies anc personal items for the Martin Luther Home, a school and vocational (raining center in Beatrice, Neb., will c o u t i n u e through Nov. 2. Area churches participating in the ingathering are Our Savior's Lutheran, 21st Avenue and 18th Street; Faith Lutheran, Eaton; Bethel and' St. John Lutheran, Windsor. The Home is presently serving 150 children, and young adults of all faiths with the "Light of Life" program. COLORADO TEEN AMBASSADORS - ·These five teenagers' from Greeley will be appearing with the Colorado Teen Ambassadors for special services at the' Sunnyview Church of the Nazarene, 3040 llth Ave. Pictured from the left are Van Owen, Curt Moran, Neva Crowfoot, Don Simpson 'and Steve Carpenter. The group will present a program Saturday evening at 7:30 titled "Sounds of Music," a concert aimed at the teen generation. -The Ambassadors will sing Sunday morning at 9:45 during the Sunday school hour and at the '10:50 worship service. Sunday afternoon they will present .a musical concert, beginning at 2. The public is invited to attend. The twenty voice choir is under the direction of Larry Wagner and is sponsored by the District Nazarene Youth Group. Unitarian Fellowship Meet Charles Rehmer, son of a Weld County pioneer who settled near Greeley in the 1890's, will present a program, "Random Reflections," for the Unitarian Fellowship meeting in the Governor's Room of the Farm Fare Restaurant at 11 a.m. Sunday. Rehmer's talk will center on MS personal beliefs and the problems of growing up. Includ- Fort Lupton Church Round-up Ambassador Baptist Church of Fort Lupton will hold its second annual fall roundup Sunday, 9:45 a.m., at the Fort Lupton Town Hall, 4th and Park. Emphasis for the event will be on the old west, with many dressed to -fit the occasion. Special feature of the day will be the Shook-Stewart Gospel Singers, who will present a program of country-western gospel music. Dwayne Stewart is a former professional guitar player and is featured with his double-neck guitar. Mrs. Stewart is the former Charla Ann Nash, a 1962 graduate of Fort Lupton High School. Pastor of the church, the Rev. Kent Bird, will bring the message, "The Last Round-up." The public is invited to attend the service. Religion Special Book Exhibit Theme Religion is the title of the special book exhibit now in the Greeley 'Public library for a six-week checkout period. General subjects include meditation, Bible study, personal Christian living, and prayers. Some of the bonks you will find in the collection are "Introduction to the Psalms," by C. F. Barth;" "Women in the Work of Religion," E. T. Culiver; "The Disciples," E. G. H. Kraeling; "The Dead Sea Scrolls," Cecil Roth. And some other book for which you may be looking could be among the other titles. A religion poster is on display with the books, and there are also give-away bookmarks with lists of books you may wish (p request from headquarters libraries at a later time. Eventually, but not true in al! cases in the beginning, there will be two copies of each title one for display and one to circulate. If only one title, it will circulate. Twenty-Six exhibits on selected subjects will revolve among the 26 libraries of the nine- c o u n t y syslem in coming months, giving each comrr.umly the opportunity to enjoy these new books. These are part of tl.e extended services of the High Plains Public Library System of which the Greeley Public and Weld County libraries are members. You are in vited to see and enjoy these books. Jim Smith Jim Smith Speaker for Teen Seminar Among the speakers scheduled for the Adult Seminar on Teen Dynamics will be Jim Smith of Wichila, Kan., who directs the work of Youth for Christ in 11 states and serves as a member of the Board of Trustees for Youth for Christ International. The Seminar is scheduled for Dec. 4, 5 and 6 at the First United Presbyterian Church, 1321 9th Ave. Sponsoring the event are Greater Greeley Youth for Christ and Youth for Christ International. In 1954, at the age of 17, Smith began directing the YFC program in Charleston, W. Va., the youngest director in America. In 1958 he was named the outstanding YFC director in America. Among his many other activities, Smith took part in the Bristol, England World Congress for Youth in 1960, led a YFCI team to six countries of South America in 1963, and produced a weekly, 30 minute color television program, Teenarama, which was seen on numerous stations through Kansas for five years. The author of numerous magazine articles and tracts for teenagers, Smith was graduated Magna Cum Laude from Morns Harvey College, with a major in psychology. He has a thorough understanding of the mental, physical, psychological, social and spiritual problems of today's youth. In tackling the problems of today's youth, Smith uses humor and convincing logic. He, along with other speakers at the seminar, will help present material designed to aid parents, pastors, Sunday school teachers and youth sponsors in understanding and communicating to the contemporary teenager. Persons desiring more information about the Seminar are asked to see their pastor or call the YFC office at 353-4393. Rev. Ketterling Resigns Pastorate The Rev. Eugene Kclterling of Faith United Chureh of Christ in Windsor recently announced his resignation as pastor of that church and has accepted the pastorate of the First German Congregational Church in Denver. Ketterling,.who served as pastor of the Windsor church for eight years, attended Presbyterian College, Jamestown, N. D., and was graduated from Yankton School of Theology in South Dakota. Prior to his Windsor pastorate,-he served parishes in North Dakota, Idaho and Montana. Pastor Ketterling directed the efforts of the two Windsor United Churches in formulating a merger plan, which took place in May. During his time in Windsor, Ketterling served on various committees of the Colorado Conference..'A reception will be held,-for. the'Rev. and Mrs. Ketterling Sunday evening. Beginning at 7 p.m. at the North Church, Walnut and Second Street, a formal program will be held. At 7:30 an informal reception will be held at the South Church, Elm and Second Street. Friends as well as members . of the church are invited to attend the reception. 10 Weeks' Vocation BONN -- Ten weeks' vacation a year by 1985 for workingmen is the prediction of the head of West Germany's metalworkers union. Rev. Eugene Ketterling Michigan's Ban First WASHINGTON-In 1846 Michigan became the first govern- nental jurisdiction in the Engish-speaking world to abol- sh the death penalty for murder and lesser crimes. Greeley Christian Reformed Church Corner of 12th Ave. and 12th Street the Rev. .Hubert J. Sprlk, Pastor, 352-4817 9:45 Sunday School and Bible Discussion Transportation Available 11 a.m. Morning Worship 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship FIRST ASSEMBLY cf GOD 9th St. and 13th Ave, Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. "Peoples of AH Faiths Welcome" HAROLD I. MALEY -- Pastor

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