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10 KOKOMO (Ind.) TRIBUNE Fridoy, April 12, 1957 Local Churches Will Observe Palm Sunday ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN "The'Disappointing Hero" will be pastor wil] use the theme "Thi the sermon theme for Palm Sunday worship at the St. John's Luthera; Church. The pastor, the Rev. Rob ert C. Richter, will preach and lea the worship service which begins x a 10:30 a.m. Church School will be gin at 9:30 a.m. At the worship service the Chan- .cel will be graced by many palms in remembrance of the day. An impressive service will be held a which the palms will be consecrat ed then distributed to the congrega tion. Receptionists for the morn- be Mr. and Mrs. Lee ing will Johnson. New members will be received into the congregation by letter oi transfer. They are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meyer, James Meyer, baptized children, Bruce and Dana Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. James Heckman and baptized son, Douglas Alan Heckman. Services for Hcly Week will be as follows: Wednesday, sermon will be "Dysmas"; Thursday, sermon will be "Mary," the sacrament of Holy Communion will be administered at each of these services. The Good Friday sermon will be "The Son of God." All services will be held at 7:30 p. m. The Brotherhood will meet at the church Sunday, April 14. The pro-] gram will consist of movies on various subjects. Meaning of Christ's Death". Special music will be furnished by the Senior Choir. MYF will meet at 6:30 p.m. with Dave Rolfe and, John Closson as program leaders. At the 7:30 pjn worship the sermon topic will be "The Solitary Savior". The Junior Choir will rehaerse at 6:30 p.m Monday. Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., the Woman's Society of Christian Service will hold the April meeting at the church, with Mrs. Franklin Lowder and Mrs. Roy Helms as hostesses. Mrs. Edward Barrett will have charge of the program. Thursday at 6:30 p.m. the Senior Choir will rehearse, and at 7:30 a candlelight communion service will be held.. April 23 a special service is being sponsored by the Woman's ciety, at which the guest speaker will be Mrs. J. P. Stamer, who pent twelve years in missionary ervice on the islands of Borneo, 'ava and Sumatra. This will be an evening service, and anyone •ho is interested is invited to at- end. REDEEMER LUTHERAN Redeemer Lutheran Church will children during both morning serv .ces. A baptismal service for bot children and adults will be held in Wesley Chapel at 2 pjn. Sunday Parents are urged to attend. The Senior MYF will be the quests of the Hobbs MYF at 7 p.m Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jacobson are the youth counselors The Woman's Society of Chris oan Service will hold its April meeting at ,1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Don Richards Mrs. M. L. Roler is the lesson eader. Hostesses will be Mrs. W F. Tranter, Mrs. Willard Horton Urs. Howard DeWitt, and Mrs! Thomas Rood. The sacrament of Holy Communion will be observed in the sanctuary from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday of Holy Week. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Palm Sunday warship services will be held at the First Presby- erian Church at 8:30 a. m. and at 10:45 a. m. The Rev. Harry Valrond, minister, will preach on he subject, "King For a Day." Don Wilson will assist the minister in conducting the services. At the early service, the Youth Choir will sing. At the 10:45 service, the chancel choir will provide FIRST PILGRIM HOLINESS Tn keeping with Palm Sunday, the pastor of the South Purdum Street Pilgrim Church will speak Sunday morning from the subject, "The Spirit of the Triumphant Christ." Sunday School will open at 9:31 a.m. This is the week when al ommemorate Palm Sunday withi the special music. are asked to contact at least seven ject: "Living for Christ." The Sun- for the Sunday School. The youth meeting at 7 p.m. will be under the direction of William Frakes and is promised an interesting program. The evening service will be evangelistic in nature with congregational singing, special singing and music and a message by the pastor. The, annual Ministerial Institute of the Northern Indiana District of the Pilgrim Holiness Church wil be held next Tuesday and Wednesday at the church in New Castle, Ind. Several from the local ciiurch will attend and all ministers of the area are invited to attend. The local church prayer meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. the solemn rite of Confirmation. The following young people will be confimed after an examination on the Scriptural Doctrine of the Lord's Supper. They are Gail Thrasher, Robert Fischvogt, Ron aid Frank, John Kiddie and Thomas Roesener. For the service beginning at 10:30 a.m., the Rev. Carl Ahlbrand has chosen as his sermon sub- day School will convene at 9:30 .m. Sunday at 7 p.m., the Adult and Junior Choirs will give a sacred concert under the direction of Norbert Johnson. The public is cor-] dially invited. Monday at 7 p.m. there will be a meeting of all Sunday School teachers. G. W. Hartman, Sunday School superintendent, will be in charge. Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., the regular Quarterly Meeting of the Voters' Assembly will be held. Holy Week will be observed with a Holy Communion service, Maun- ! dy Thursday at 7:30 p.m. The sermon topic will be "The Holy Sup- Infants will be baptized and new members will be received at the to 9 p.m. Thursday. Friends and| members of the church may come and go as they wish during this service. St. Lake's EUB St. Luke's Evangelical Unitec Brethren Church will have as guests this Palm Sunday a mal quartet from Indiana Central Col lege. This is an Evangelical Unitec Brethren College of which St Luke's Church is an ardent supporter. The quartet has one member who is a member of St. Luke's EUB Church, David Shepherd who sings first tenor. The quar et will sing one or two numbers in the morning service and present several numbers in the 6 p.m vesper service. Sunday's activities begin with Sunday School at 9 a.m. and include a nursery for babies. The .0:30 a.m. worship service wil eature the children of the church >ringing palms to the chancel 01 the church. The adult choir will :ing. Mr. Shepherd, the minister, will peak on "Going to Jerusalem", loys and girls of the Fellowship lour will be included in the Palm junday processional. The Youth Fellowship will not ave its regular service because f the special service in the sane- uary. There will be baptism and; edication of infants and children t 6 p.m. If there are parents who have ot already made arrangements or Mr. Shepherd to counsel with lem pertaining to infant baptism dedication, they should make ontact with him before Saturday oon. Miss Wilma Briggs, organist at t. Luke's Church, will present hree or lour organ numbers in the 10-45 service. The nursery, for the vesper service. The remaining First Church Of Christ Plans Service The Sunday service will be held at 11 a.m. at First Church Christ, Scientist, Mulberry and Market Streets. Sunday Schvc will be at 9:30 a.m. The Wednes. day meeting will be at 8 p.m. How sickness as well as sin car be overcome through spiritua understanding of God, divine Prin ciple, will be brought out at th Christian Science service Sunday Keynoting the lesson-sermon en itled "Are Sin, Disease, an Death Real? is the golden tex rom Psalm (103:2-4): "Bless th Lord, O my soul, -and forget no all his benefits; who forgiveth bine inquities: who bealeth all th diseases; who redeemeth thy lif rom destruction." In addition to passages from th ng James Version of the Bible elections will be read from •Science and Health with Key t ae Scriptures" by Mary Baker :ddy including the following 406:1-6): "The Bible contains th ecipe for all healing. "The leaves f the tree were for the healing o nations.' Sin and sickness are Kith healed by the same Principle lie tree is typical of man's divine 'rinciple, which is equal to every mergency, offering full salvation rom sin, sickness, and death." care of small children of worshipers, will be maintained during each of the services. Church school will begin at 9:30 a. m. The Westminster F e 11 o w s h ip groups of Junior High and Senior High young people will meet in the church parlor at 5 p. m. Plans for the Easter breakfast will be discussed. Programs will be presented by both groups, and lunch will be served at 6 p.m. On Tuesday, the Westminster :iass will meet at 6:30 p. m. in the church parlor. A potluck supper will be followed by a social evening. On Wednesday the last rehearsal of the Cherub Choir will be held at 3:45 p.m. This choir will singj on Easter morning. service will be in the Indiana Central part of the charge of _ College Male Quartet, with one of | the members of the quartet giving a short talk. The public is invited. Holy Week services will be conducted Monday through Friday at 7:30 p.m. There will be special music with Mr. Shepherd present- inp the sermons and laymen participating. Monday night the special number will be a trumpet solo by Robert Smeltzer. Tuesday the Northwestern High School Choir Announce Message At Grace Because worry has become such a problem in the lives of many people the sermon at Grace Meth- xlist Church Sunday morning will be "Jesus Answer to Worry." The Rev. Thomas Weigand will preach at both the 8:30 family service and the 10:30 service. The theme of the sermon will under the direction of Mr. Alberti^ that Jesus had some very spe- Kindig will sing. Wednesday theism- thines tn sav about worry special will be a voi Mrs. Carolyn Mathew. The traditional Maundy Thursday Communion Service will be held Thursday,- beginning at 7:30 p. m. This service is held on the aniversary of the institution of the Lord's Supper, and is an important event in the church year. Candlelight Holy Thursday will hear sing. Wednesday thei c jfj c things to say about worry be a vocal solo by wnich can be of help to those who live today. Communion There will be a reception • of WAYMAN A. M. E. Wayman Chapel AME Church i will observe Palm Sunday with a ject planned is: "The Three Cruci- on Calvary." The Adult Choir will do in remembrance ot Me." The Chancel Choir will rehearse on Thursday, immediately follow- special morning message by the after (he service Thursda - M i mg the service of Communion pastor, the Rev. C. T. H. Watkms The Junior choir wiu * t f. | Good Friday services will be held Adult Choir singing. Friday Mrs. Gerald Williams wilHbe soloist. The nursery will be open each night for parents to bring their children. This church will participate in Union Good Friday services Fri- and singing by the Senior Choir. Church School will begin at 9:30 a. m. There will be no evening service as Wayman church will worship with Bethel AME Church in Nobles- a.m., Saturday. SHARPSVTLLE METHODIST The Sharpsville Method i s t Church will share in the observ- gomery will sing at the South Side Christian Church in the 2:30 to 3 p.m. period and Mr. Shepherd will speak at the First Presbyterian Church in the 2:30 to 3 p.m. period, in this church, as well as at Bea-l Hope Circle Class will meet at mer Methodist, and South Side Christian Churches, from 12 noon to 3 p.m. The theme of the serv wil be, "Personalities of the ance of Palm Sunday. In the 10:30 . I Passion," and seven different min- ville, when the Senior Choir andL m worship hour a ' reception 'of ,-„„ Ann..T m ^R a , ha r a Trm unll the sin Ann-Joyce-Barbara Trio will At 7:30 p. m. Thursday a candlelight Upper Room Communion Service will be conducted by the pas- fe ,. lowship will be held. The Rev. Benjamin Antle will speak on "The Palm Sunday Mood". The church school will open at tor. Baptism of infants and chil- 9:30 a m A story for the chi i dren dren wiU take place at the Easter w ju be given in the general as- isembly of the school, followed by ' classes in departments. A nursery is provided for infants and small morning service. From 6 a. m. to 9 a. m. on Easter, stewardess board No. 3 will sponsor the annual Easter breakfast. !p«»/ A f* In preparation for Easter the'lxCV. A\. V*. Ladies Chorus will rehearse Tues-' day, the Senior Choir Wednesday TQ and the Gospel Chorus, Friday. Saturday the Ann-Joyce-Barbara ^ , _. . Chorus will meet to organize at the,IXQZQ 1*6116 ChUTCM home of the sponsor. Af rtl Coming events inlude a service at 3 p. m. Sunday, April 28, when raven evangelistic singers and preachers will be here. May 1 the Easter services at the First People's Television Choir of Indianapolis will give a program at the church and Thursday, May 16, Kev. F. F. Young of the First Baptist Church, Indianapolis, and his will have charge of the music and singing group. PARR MEMORIAL istcrs will preach. Laymen and Mrs Ralph W Taraba director - , , , . musical groups from a number of of S t Luke's choirs uVges au !' ng dass , f ° r ^ Un !° r °" the church at 2 p.m. Wednesday. The committee is Mesdames John Miller, Jacob Metz, Pearl Bohannon, and Ernest Bassett and Miss Ida Shrock. St. Luke's members during the 10:30 service at which time the membership training class, the Explorers Club, will be received along with a group of adults who will be received by transfer of church membership and profession of faith. There will be a special baptismal service for infants at 3 p.m, Sunday in the sanctuary. Arrangements for this may be made by calling the church office. The service at 1:30 a.m. will include a special emphasis on music with all the church choirs except the Cherub's participating in the annual Processional of the Palms. The choirs are Tinder the direction of Mrs. Clyde Hill. The church school will convene at 9:3 a.m. The teachers train- Pre-Easter Services Set At Union Street Friends - Beginning Sunday, April 14, at Choir win asntt. Everyone is in- 7:30 p.m., and continuing eac night through Friday, April 19, . series «f .ore-Easter services wil oe held at the Union Street Frienc The minister, Norman E. Young ill bring the messages and in ;pirational music will be provic 3d by: Sunday and Monday nigh'. -Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kelly ruesday— Mrs. Janacra Finley; Vednesday — Robert Hamp, Jr.; Thursday — Mrs. Norma Hooker and Whitey Young, with Mrs. Hazel Lamm at the organ. On Fflday, a sacred drama, 'The Challenge of the Cross", will )e enacted by the following young oeople: Marjorie Catt, Elizabeth lenderson, Nancy Hardy, Martha Hutto, Mike Hooker, Gilbert Stock and Larry Weaver. The Adult 'ted to attend these services. The adults of the Sunday School!' Ul bear a report on the Friends zminar recently held in Washing- SUNDAY in the CHURCHES TRINITY BAPTIST TEMPLE Mel.ln I. McPeak, pastor Sunday a. m.—10, Sunday School; 11. ^. r> r< .> n on .. _ o _j (Worship, sermon: "Christ's Trlumpnant 3B, D. C. at 9:X a.m., Sunday. I intry into Jerusalem." tortha Hutto, Lois Hawkins, Caro-[, s ™««jy P- ni.-z:3o, baptismal /c Catt. Elizabeth Henderson , lack Newlin will relate their ex- seriences while attending this :eminar. Children of the Sunday School •.ssemble in the basement of the ;hurch for devotions before adjourning to their respective classes. A nursery for babies is main- ained during the Sunday School Bible study. hour. Norman E. Young, minister, will First Baptist Service To Be broadcast The First Baptist Church will roadcast the Palm Sunday serv. ce from 10 to 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Tie unified service will begin at :30 a.m. The Sunshine Choir will resent a special selection. Dr. John M. Newsom will con- uct a "Dedication of Babies and arents Service" at the unified ervice. The pastor's morning lessage is entitled. "Jesus En- TS Jerusalem." Sunday School classes will meet mmediately following the worship irvice. The pastor will conduct his aining class at 6:30 p.m. Sunday the church office. All who wish attend this class are welcome, he youth groups will meet with eir sponsors at 6:30 p.m. The Happy Hour Service will be- n at 7:30 p.m. Sunday with group nging. The Junior Choir will esent a special number and the ospel Choir and the members of e Christian Homebuilders Class ill present a program of Easter ymns. The public is invited to at- nd this service. Pre-Easter services will be held the church Monday through Thursday, April 15 to 18 at 7:30 p.m. A religious film portraying the last week of our Lord's life on the earth will be shown each night. The films are: Monday, "The Fate of John, The Baptist;" Tuesday, "Retreat and Decision;" Wednesday, "Triumph and Defeat;" Thursday, "Crucifixion and Resurrection." A candle lighting communion service will be held at the close of the film on Thursday night. iring the inspirational message for the 10:30 a.m. worship service. "The Road Back," a film per- aining to Easter, win be shown o the Junior and Senior Quaker Youth Fellowship groups when they meet at S:30 p.m., Sunday. Sunday, the members and at- tenders of Union Street will realize the results of a project started two years ago by the Hockett Memorial Class when they view the new carpeting now being laid in the sanctuary of the church. Much work and the cooperation of all the organizations of the church has made this dream a reality. The Adult choir will practice at the church at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. The board of Christian Education will have its regular meeting at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, immediately following the special service. fait, Present and Future for" th« Christian." Wednesday p. m.—7:30, prayer meet. Ing and Bible study. BU*K STRUT tltLI Allen Watson, pastor Sunday a. ta.-y.30, worship, serum: "The King Cometh;" 10:20. church school. Sunday p. m.—7:30, worship. Thursday p. m.— 1:30, prayer and Assembly of God Plans Observance Of Youth Day Youth of the First Assembly of God Church, 1520 Apperson Way, N., known as Christ Ambassadors, will join 86,000 other Assemblies of God young people of the United States in observance of the Eleventh Annual National Youth Day of the denomination, Sunday. The word "All" has been chosen as the theme for the day emphasizing evangelism for the youth. A visual demonstration entitled "Youth" will be presented in the ] opening exercise of the Sunday 'School at 9:30 a.m. An effort is being made to exceed the previous attendance records in the youth departments of the Sunday School. The pastor will bring the devo- tionaj message in the worship service at 10:45 a.m. At the Christ Ambassador Youth service at 6:15 p.m., will be featured an interesting program observing the National evangelistic TAYLOR STRUT III* Marie? Molten, pester Sunday p. m.—J to 4, study and discussion of New Testament Methods. in Memorial Hall. Wednesday p. m.—7, prayer meeting at pastor's home, 1200 £. Wheeler Su HIGHLAND PARK D. L. Patterson, pastor Sunday a. m.—9:30. Sunday School; 10:2o, worship, sermon: "Christ Entered In." Sunday p. m.—«:30, C. E. Fellow ship; 7:30, worship, sermon: The Bar» ren fig Tree." Wednesday p. m.—7:3O, Holy Week Communion service. KOKOMO RESCUE MISSION Mrs. Eo'na Hannagan, nipt. Sunday p. m.—3, Sunday School; 7:30, speaker, Kev. Oal King. Monday p. m.—7:30, speaker, Mrs. Edna i.. Hannagan. Tuesaay p. m.—7:30, speaker, Kev. E. K .Brown, First Churcn of God. Wednesday p. m.—7:30, speaker, Kev. OaUas Mclntosh. Wesleyan Methodist Church. Thursday p. m.—7:30, speaker. Fred French. Friday p. m.—7:30, speaker. Zioa EUo, Saturday p. m.—7:30, speaker, Kev. Oat King, prayer, praise and testimony service. members to be present at choir rehearsals this week. The Adult Choir will meet Thursday at 8:30 p.m. following the communion service. The Youth Choir will meet in. the church basement at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in preparation s for Easter. The Rev. Arthur C. Morgan, of Valparaiso, Ind., will be the spe- . . . . . r diu cial speaker m a revival and pre- The Church of the Nazarene. Mr. Morgan is superintendent of the Northwest Indiana district and the Senior Choir will present the has spent a number of years in evangelistic work. Mrs. Morgan will be the soloist each night. Mr. Morgan has announced his .„,_,_ „ Sunday subjects as "The Spiritual Palm Sunday will be observed;struggle" for the service at 10-30 at Parr Memorial M e t ho d is t a . m . and "Prepare to Meet God" Church with a baptismal service |f or the evening evangelistic serv- for infants, children and adults, during the worship period beginning at 10:30 a.m. The sacrament of baptism will be followed by the reception of members into church fellowship. The training class which the pastor, the Rev. Roy Helms, has beenj conducting the past several weeks will be brought to a close Sunday morning and the class will be received into full membership of the church. For the morning meditation, the Special services for the week different churches will participate. Youth Choir Rehearsal will be on Saturday this week. MAIN STREET METHODIST Reception of the Preparatory Class into full church membership will highlight the Palm Sunday observance at the Main Street Methodist Church. The Preparatory Class, which] is composed of approximately 251 boys and girls who have just com-' pleted a five weeks study course on the Methodist Church, will be united with the fellowship of the church during the 9:30 a.m. worship. The Rev. C. Raymond Earle's sermon for that service will be entitled "The Gathering Storm", will be assisted during the ritual by Gary Kemper. Acolytes for the day will be Misses Mary Ann Maynard and "> charge of the local post. Salvation Army 'Band Observes '.Anniversary The Salvation Army Citadel Band will observe its 17th anniversary this week with a full schedule .of events. The band was organized in, 1940 by Major Nils Bonger now of Wichita, Kan., then Sharon Chaney. Special music for the service will be provided by the Chancel Choir and the Junior Choir. The church, nursery will be available throughout the morning. Children's classes will be in session from 9:30 until 11:15 a.m. at usual at 9:30 a.m. and will then attend the worship hour in the sanctuary. Youth and adult class- The band is now composed of 25 members with James Wilson as the bandmaster. On Monday, April 15, the band will give its annual sacred con cert, in the YWCA Gym, Apperson Way and Sycamore Street. The program will begin at 7:30 p.m. Briga- The Junior Department will meet dier Herbert Hill, state secretary, will include Sunday School night es will follow the church service. on Wednesday when every pupil ol every class in the Sunday School will be urged to be present; the of the Lord's Supper and a special OPEN SUNDAY "JUST GOOD FOOD" KRIEG'S RESTAURANT 901 South Union all the Nazarene Churches in the Services will open at 7:30 p.m. each night with a welcome to all 21S Devonshire Drive. by the pastor and church. OPEN HOUSE! 1711 N. WABASH AVE, April 13 and 14. 10:00 a.m. till 6:00 p.m. At 5 p.m. Sunday the Intermediate and Senior Youth Fellowship will meet in the sanctuary. The program will feature a film entitled "The Miracle of Love". The public is invited. Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. the Wesleyan Service Guild will meet in the home of Mrs. Don Stabler, Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. the Loy alty Circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Edwin Maynard. 815 S. Main St., The Lydia Circle will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the lome of Mrs. Charles Cottingham, 704 Grove Avenue. Holy Communion will be held in the sanctuary- from 7:30 p.m. ATTEND NAZARENE REVIVAL * April 10-21, 7:30 P.M. crt the FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Dtffanbiiugh and Armstrong Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Morgan, Evangelists A WELCOME TO ALL M. K. MIUIKAN, Pastor of Indianapolis will preside.' Captain and Mrs. Bernard Lodge and their family, former Kokomo residents, will appear on the program with several novelty musical items. No charge is being made for the concert. The anniversary celebration will get under way Saturday night when the band members and their families meet at the Citadel for a potluck supper. Brigadier Hill will be the special speaker at all services Sunday. He will address the Holiness meeting at 10:45 a.m. and also speak during the evangelistic service at 7:30 p.m. He will also lead the band in several numbers Sunday night. The Kokomo Songsters, under Marion Delong, will also appear on the program. Sunday School 1 will be at 9:30 a.m. meet at the regular class time. Those adults who are being received into church membership are asked to meet in the Chapel of the Good Shepherd during the class hour. The intermediate MYF for se enth and eighth graders will me at 4:30 p.m. and conclude with snack at 5:30. The Senior MY will meet for worship, study an recreation at 5:30 p.m. Union Good Friday services.wi be held from noon until 3 p.m. a the First Presbyterian Churci South Side Christian, and Beam er Methodist. Grace Church will observe th Maunday Thursday Communio service at 7:30 p.m. Beamer Methodist Plans Special Service on Sunday A class of boys and girls wi be received into the fellowship o Beamer Methodist Church at th unified service at 9:30 a.m. Sun day. The pastor, the Rev. W, J Briggs, will speak on the subjec "What If?" Several adults will be receive also and there will be a baptism of infants. There will be reservec seats for those taking these step and their families. In the Senior MYF hour at 6:3 ?.m. the subject will be, "The dif ierence between Christian citizen ship and just citizenship". The Jr Hi MYF will meet at 6 p.m starting with a Fellowship hall hour. The Junior Fellowship wi meet at 6:30 p.m. In the worship at 7:30 p.m. th pastor will speak on, "The Con secrated Minority." Missionary Baptist Organization Set Organization of the Baptist Mission at 412 £. Monroe St, into a Missionary Baptist Church is scheduled to take place at a meeting at 1 pjn. Sunday. Fairview Missionary Baptist Church has been chosen as the name of the new congregation. Present to participate in the meeting will be members from churches at Hamilton, Ohio, Lafayette, Muncie, Kokomo and several Missionary. Baptist churches in Tennessee and Kentucky. "•(icatassan Sty la Bakad Man Erary Sat.—KRESBE'S Boston Acadettes To Give Program At Adventist Church The Boston Acadettes will give a musical program at the Seventh- day Adventist Church, 914 W. Tay lor St., at 3:30 p.m. Saturday. This choral group is under the direction of Richard Hammond wh< has, taken his group of youthfu singers into many cities of the United States especially on the East Coast. This group is scheduled to appear in several cities in central Indiana during the next few days. They come from the Greater Boston Academy, a Seventh-day Adventist parochial school. Revival Continues Revival services which began Tuesday at the Miami Wesleyan Methodist Church wffl continue hrough Sunday, April 21. The Rev. Jack Stout of Alvordton, Ohio, i the evangelist, preaching at :30 Family Worship Planned At Congregational The family worship at the First Congregational Church will begin at 9:15 a.m. Sunday with the pastor, the Rev. Edwin G. Hambrick, speaking on "What He Did" which will be the sixth sermon in the series "What Jesus Was Like." The Junior Choir will sing. The church school classes will convene following the benedictions at 9:55. There is nursery and kindergarten care during the service. At the 11 o'clock worship service, "The Call to Decision" is the sermon title, the sixth in the series on "Hearing God's Call." The service will include the reception of new members. The Senior Choir will sing. Palm crosses will be distributed at the close of both services and the church school. Mrs. Harold Skoglund has undertaken this much appreciated project for several years. The men of the church will meet in Pilgrim Hall at 8 a.m. Sunday for their Lenten fellowship breakfast which is the sixth in a series of breakfasts held by the men in observance of Lent. Mr. Hambrick leads the group in their discussions. A service for the baptism of children and infants will be held in :he sanctuary at 3 p.m. The serv ce is public and the members of the congregation and any interested friends are invited to at-1 end. Senior Club will meet in Sen-| ior Club room at C p.m. Boy Scouts of Troop No. 41 hold :heir meetings at the church at r p.m. Monday. The members of Priscilla Circle will meet with Mrs. Harold Skog- und on R. R. 2 at 6:30 p-m. Monday. Prayer groups meet each Monday, Wednesday and Friday at :30 a.m. in Pilgrim Chapel. On Maundy •Thursday at 7:30 p.m. the Communion service with Office of 'enebrae will be observed, led by the pastor, the board of deacons and the choir. First Church will join with other churches of the 'city for the traditional three-hour Good Friday service. Mr. Hambrick will give the sermon at the 1:40 to 2:05| period at the First Presbyterian [j Church. The choir meets for regular re-l] earsal at 7 pjn. Wednesday and the Pastor's Confirmation class!! meets in the Chapel on Thursday)) t4pjn. pjn. daily. The Rev. Amos 'utney is pastor of the church. emphasis. The Junior Children's Church ST. ANDREWS EPISCOPAL •Ichard Cotpar, rector Palm Sunday a. m.—8, Holy Communion; ID, church school, bleulng of palnu, proceMlon and choral eucnir. lit. Sunday p. m.—5:30, youth meeting. Monday a. m.—a, riolj Communion. Tueiday a. m.—9, Holy Communion, Wednesday a. m.—6:30, Holy Com. munion. Weanesday p. m.— t, children's Leu. :en service; 7:30, litany and sermon. Maundy Thursday a. m.—«:3U, Holy Communion and procession; ail day watch until 5 p. m. Good Friday p. m.—12 m. to 3 Saturday, fiasier live p. m.—1, bless* ng of paschal candles and baptism^ CUTLi* PRESBYTERIAN inward E. Morris, pastor Sunuay a. m.—8:3U, Sunday School; 10:JU, worship. Palm Sunday sermon. Sunday p. m.—ti:3u, Westminster FeUowsnip. Monday p. m.—7:30, Session meeting to receive new memoers. Wednesday p. m.—;:JO, Preparation tor communion, public reception tor new members. Thursday p. m.- Commumon service. 7:30, candlelight Friday p. m.—7:30, Good Friday service. will be conducted in the church basement at 6:15 p.m. The pastor, _the Rev. Cecil J Enochs, will preach on "The Summons" at the evangelistic service at 7:30 p.m. The mid-week prayer and Bible study service will be at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and the Women's Missionary Council group will meet al 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Collegiate Chorale To Present Service At Mennonite Church ton College, Hesston, Kan., will present a service of sacred music at the Howard-Miami Mennonite Church, 12 miles northeast of Kokomo on the county line, at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, April 17. The chorale, under the direction of Lowell J. Byler, is composed of 8:30 *.ffl. 35 students. They have been carefully trained in singing sacred music recognized as truly great. Their repertoire includes compositions of Tkach, Palestrina, Mason, Brahms and Lutkin. The group is now on an extended Easter tour into seven states. A. G. Homer, pastor of the Howard-Miami Church, invites the public to attend the service. 6REENTOWN MERIDIAN ST. CHRISTIAN Howard i*. nankins, pastor Sunday 4. m—a:Jo, dime .school; :^i>, wursnip anu communion, seruion: 'The mng and Our He*ponsitnl* ity;" dedication service tor children, aunuay p. m.—o:3u, CiF and Chi tlho; 7:30, tirst Holy Week service at New Salem r'riends Churcn. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Friday p. in.—V:30, ministry school, student speakers and service meeting. bunday a. m.—u. house to houso ministry. bunaay p. m.—6, Bible study, "Keep Watching the JHimstry That *ou *'ui- fill it;" 7:15, observance of Christ s death by the memorial evening meai. Tuesaay p. m.—S. area Bible studies. COURTLAND AVE. FRIENDS A. H. Morford, pastor Sunday a. m.—M:30, Sunday School; 10:3i), worship, sermon: "Palm Treo Christians," Kev. Paul Reish. Sunday p. m.—6:3U, Young People; :3y, evangelistic service, Her. Paul Reish preaching. Thursday p, m.—7:30, prayer, prais* and study. KOKOMO PENTECOSTAL Stanley S. Purvis, pastor Sunday a. m.—lu, Sunday bchool. Sunday p. m.—7, evangelistic service, _.. sermon: 'The Satisfying Portion." rnll» n ;.,t m. , , „ Wednesday p. m.—7:JO, Young Pen- Collegiate Chorale of Hess- pie's service. .11— „_ . .. ... *-riaay p. m.—7:30, Bible study. 'Doctrines of Pentecust." BAKE i EASTER BASKET SALE at Paul. Mills Ins., 128 W. Miilbirry, Sat., April 13, BLOOMING PLANTS S1.T5 up, Tulips, Mums, Azailas, Btganias i African Vitlcts. KNIFE'S FLOWER SHOP Pbtnt GL 2-8269 Styla lakatl IM Evary Sat.—KRESK'SlI MLT 4,1967 CHEVROLET*,!] Offitial Cars ta la saM at traaMadaaa saviafs! JIM WHITE CHEVROLET Pre-Easter Services UNION STREET FRIENDS CHURCH 507 North Union Norman E. Young, Minister Sunday - April U, 1957, at 7:30 P.M. CREATION - "In the beginning God" Monday - April 15, 1957, at 7:30 P.M. C,ONTINUITY-"While the earth remains" Tuesday - April 16, 1957, at 7:30 P.M. COMMANDMENT-"! am the Lord your God" Wednesday - April 17, 1957, at 7:30 P.M. CALL-"! saw the Lord" Thursday - April 18, 1957, at 7:30 P.M. CHRIST— "In the beginning was the Word" Friday - April 19, 1957, at 7:30 P.M. COMM/TMENT-"AII that Jesus began" "THE CHALLENGE OF THE CROSS," a sacred drama presented by the young people and choir. * ---- •III VIIBJ •BwtlMIQ CJfiy •C Oil •• tt*MI)

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