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32-A--Wcif T H E N E W S Van Nuys (Calif.)--Friday, April 23, 1965 Community Directory of Churches ADVENTISTS--SEVENTH DAY CANOGA PARK-20350 Rotco* Blvd. A. Russell Hagtn, pattor. Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Sabbath School; 11 a.m.. Worship Service. NORTHRIDGE-North Hills at San Fernando Valley Academy auditorium, 17601 Lessen St, Northrldgt; Elder V. R. Ferguson, paitor. Saturday, 9:30 a.m.. Sab both School; 11 a.m. Worship Service. ARMENIAN ENCINO-Holy Martyr Armenian Apostolic Church, 5300 White Oak Ave, Rev. V. Shirlnian, pastor. 10:30 a.m, Sunday Schcs! and Serried. VAN NUYS-St. Peter's Armenian Apostbttc Church, 17231 Sherman Way; Rev. Shahe Scmerdjian, 10:30 a.m. Sundoy School and Services. ASSEMBLIES OP GOD CANOGA PARK-7105 Jordan Ave, Cameron W. Wilson, pastor. 9:45 o.m., Sunday School; 8:45 a.m, 11 o.m. Worship Service; 7 p.m. Evangelistic Service. Wednesday Services, 7:30 p.m. NORTHRIDGE-8460 Tampa Ave.; R«v. Ralph Lotridge, pastor. 9:45 a.m., Sunday School; 10:50 a.m. Morning Worship; 7 p.m. Evangelistic Service. RESEDA Calvary Chapel of Reseda, 19400 Valerie St.; Rev. J. M. "Bud" Harrel, postor. 9:45 a.m, Sunday School; 10:50 a.m., Morning Worship; 7 p.m. Evening Services. BAPTIST CANOGA PARK-- u . . ,, ,,, First Baptist, 20553 Sherman Way; Rev. Vcrnon H. Snydcr, pojtoir. 9:30 and 11:30 a.m.. Worship Services ond Sunday Schools. 7:30 p.m., Evening Services. _ , . . . . , First South.rn, 7115 Shoup Avt.; Lawrence S. Cook, pastor. 9:45 a.m., Sunday School; 11 a.m., 7:30 p.m. Worship; 6:30 p.m. Training Onion. Faith 7635 Glade Av«.; R«v. Roland E. Rasmussen, pastor. 9 and 11 a.m., Sunday School for all ages; 10 o.m, 7 p.m. Worship services; nursery Wtst B Ca Y noSa' Baptist, 7457 Falibrook Ave, Chester Roy Barter Jr., pastor. 9:30 a.m. Sunday School; 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Worship. Nursery provided. CHA C?n«°a\T«Ta P tist Church, Woman', Club, 10666 White Oak Ave. The Rev. Robert Hanson, pastor. 9:45 a.m, Sunday School; 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Worship services. Nursery care. , , , , , , _ . First Baptist Chureh, 10025 BeSoto Ave, Rev. Robert M. Woodburn, pastor. 9:45 a.m. Sunday School; 11 a.m. Worship; 7:30 p.m. Evanqelistic ruiicr ·"··"- 21310 Nordhoff St.; Rev. James Eschenbrenner, pastor. 9-45 a.m. Sundoy School; 11 a.m. Worship and Junior Church Services; 6 p.m. Baptist Youth F.llowihpi; 7 p.m. Worship Service. Nursery provided. 17601 Saticoy St.; Rev. David Evans, postor. 9:30 a.m, Sunday School; 10:55 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Worship Services. 6«rea RI---... Service; Bible Training Hour. 10:55 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Worship Services. an Baptist Church GARBC, Wilbur Ave. and Plumm.r St., Rev. Clifford Roach, pastor. 9:45 a.m, Sundoy School; 11 a.m, 7 p.m. Worship CONGREGATIONAL CHATSWORTH-20440 Lessen St., Ernest T. Berkeley Jr., minister. 9:30 and 11 a.m. Church School and Worship Service. NORTHRIDGE-9659 Balboa Blvd.; Rev. Kcnnath O. Eaton, pastor. 10 a.m.. Family Worship, Church School and Adult Forum. EASTERN ORTHODOX ENCINO-- . St. Innocent Orthodox Church, 5501 Newcastle Av*. Rtv. S. A. Glogoltr, pastor. 10 a.m. Divine Liturgy in English. EPISCOPAL CANOGA PARK-St. Ma rtin-in-t he-Field j, 7136 Winnetka Ave.; Rev. James R. Murray, rictor. ( a.m., Hoiy Communion; 9:15 a.m. Family Servic* and Church School; 11 a.m. Worship Service; 7 p.m.--Prayer. ENCINO-St. Nicholas Church, 17114 Ventura Blvd.? Rev. Whitney Church, rector; 7:30, 9 (Family) and 11 a.m. NORTHRIDGE-- Holy Eucharist; 9 a.m. Church School. Volley Baptist Tempi., 18700 Roscoe Blvd. Dr. James O Comb, andI Rev Wallace I. Williams, pastors. 10 a.m, Sunday School; 11 a.m. Worship Service; 7 p.m. Evening Evangelistic Service. RESE F?rftTaptisf, Sherman Way at Yojpnda Av..; Rev. Robert W.lls.^=3° a.m., 11 a.m.. Worship Service, Sundoy School 7 p.m, Gospil Ssrviee. Landmark" io'nary Baptist Church, 18401 Keswick S.^ Elder Monroe Patterson, pastor. 9:45 a.m. Sunday School; 11 a.m. Worship Service. V7r7t' Baptist (Southern) 3i05 Aura Ave,- Rev. Donald E, Pu.rlina, pastor 9:45 a.m, Sunday School; 6:30 p.m. Training Union; 11 a.m. and Lindley 3 Av«'.? 5901 "undley'Tv"; Charles Molnar Jr., postor. 9:30 a.m., W. s t S Vo1r.v S 570°l l; T^sekrT'br'iVe; Rev. Jo°hr. 'if. R«,"pastor. 9:30 a.m., Sunday School; 10:15 o.m. Worship Service; 7 o.m. Evening Service. Baptist, 17424 Sherman Way. Floyd B. Caldwell, pastor. Sunday School; 11 a.m., 7:30 p.m. Worship Services; 9 4 S a m Training Union. First, 5737 Follbrook Ave.; Rev. Grant B. Yeatmon, pastor. 9:45 a.m., 1 Sunday School; 8:30 a.m. ond 11 a.m.. Worship Service; 7 p.m., Worship ay Service. CATHOLIC, ROMAN CANOGA PARK-" Om Lady of th« Volley, 7117 Topango Canyon Bird.; Rev. John J. Hurley. St. Charles, Kino and Martyr; 18415 Hoisted St. (Methodist Chapel); P.O. Box 782; Rev. Robert Andersen, vicar. 8 a.m. Holy Communion; 12:15 p.m. Family Service, Church School and Nursery Core. WOODLAND HILLS-Prince of Peace, 5700 Rudnick Ave.; Rev. David Paisley, rector. 10 a.m. Sunday Service, Nursery ond Church School. WOODLAND HILLS- EVANGELICAL COVENANT CHURCH NORTHRIDGE-White Oak, 17645 Saticoy St, Lloyd W. Tornell, pastor. 9:45 a.m. Sunday School for all ages; 11 a.m, 7 p.m. Worship Services. FOURSQUARE CANOGA PARK-7161 Rcmmet Ave. Rev. Charles W. Barber, pastor. 9:30 a.m, Sunday School; 11 a.m. Worship Service; 7 p.m.. Evangelistic Service. CHATSWORTH-10210 Conogo Ave.; Rev. Earl Burns, pastor. 9:45 a.m., Sunday School; 11 a.m. Worship Service; 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service. RiSEDA-- 18538 Lanark St.; Rev. Harold S. Hawkins, postor, 9:30 a.m, Sunday School; 11 and 7 a.m.. Worship Service. Erwin St, 18730 Erwin St, Rev. Jack R. Neubauer, pastor. 9:45 a.m. Sunday School; 11 a.m. Worship; 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service. American Legion Hall, 5320 Fallbrook Ave.; Rev. Moto Enomoto, pastor. 9:45 a.m., Sunday School; 11 a.m.. Worship Hour; 6 p.m.. Evangelistic CANOGA^PARK-- FRIENDS Woodlake Ave. Friends Church, 7320 Wood lake; Ave. Rev. James S. Hewett, pastor. 9:45 a.m. Sunday School: 11 a.m. Worship Service. Erwin St. Church, 18730 Erwin St. JEWISH CANOGA PARK-Temple Solael, (Liberal-Reform), 7304 Jordan Ave. Rabbi Ahron Ophtr DD; Friday Services, 8:30 p.m. Congregation Beth Kodesh, 7401 Shoup Ave., Elijah J. Schochct, rabbi. Services Friday, 8:30 p.m./ Saturday, 9:15 a.m. TARZANA-Temple Judea (Liberal Reform) 5429 Lindley Ave, Dr. Harris H. H inch- berg, rabbi. Religious Services, Friday, 8:30 p.m. ENCINO-- Macrev Temple, 5!SO Yarmouth Ave.; Dr. Kalman Friedman, rabbi. Services Friday, 8:30 p.m. NORTHRIDGE-Temple Ramah, 17655 Devonshire St., Matthew Simon, rabbi. Strvlc** Friday, 8:30 p.m. North Valley Reform Temple, 18415 Hoisted St., (Methodist Church), Shimon Paskow, Rabbi; Sabbath Services Fridays, 8:15 p.m.; Temple office at 1753S Chatsworth St, Granada Hills; Phon* 360-2606. RESEDA-Beth Ami Temple (Conservative), 18449 Kirtridg. St, Morris D. Mirgolit, rabbi. Services Friday, 8:30 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.; Dally 7 a.m. end 7 p.m. Sharon Temple (Conservative) 7231 Tampa Ave,, David Kohn rabbi. Friday, 8 p.m, Saturday, 9 a.m. Services; Sunday, 10 a.m, Relifious School. SIMI-Temple Ner Tamid (Conservative), Peppertree Lane (Brandeh Road), Santa Susano; Harry Goldwater, rabbi. 7:30 p.m., Friday, every Sunday at 10 a.m., 4:30 p.m. week days, Torch School. Temple Bes Am, Shepherd of the Valley, 370 Royal Ave; Steven Chester, student rabbi. 8:30 p.m. Services first and third Friday, every Saturday at 9:30 a.m. Religious ond Hebrew School. WOODLAND HILLS-Temple Aliyah (Conservative) 5650 Shoup Ave. Julian M. White, robbi; Friday, 8:30 p.m. Services. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES CANOGA PARK-- Methodist Church Honors Rev. Eugene Wood Sunday RESEDA--The congregation of the First Methodist Church of Reseda Sunday will honor The Rev. Eugene Wood, associate pastor, who is completing his 40th year in the ministry. Rev. Wood will preach at the 9:30 and 11 o'clock services Sunday morning. The Rev. DeWayne Zimmerman and lay members of the congregation will take ·jart in the services. A recep- ,ion beginning at 4 p.m. in the church's Fireside Room will ae held for Rev. Wood and ~iis wife, Josephine, who are completing their second year at the Reseda church. pastor. . "St. Joseph the Worker, 19803 Sherman Way; Rev. Austin Greene, pastor. ,,«,, ..... . ________ Masses 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. rhi " 52°" RESEDA-St. Catherine of Siena, 11115 Sherman Way. WOODLAND HILLS-- r ray, pastor. St M«Vs 20170 V«ntura Blvd., Rev, Michael O'Connor, pastor. St. Bernardino of Siena, 6061 Valley Circle. Rev. R.chard Muri Masses 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 ond 12:1 S p.m. CANOGA PARK-- CHRISTIAN -Th. Chap.I in the Canyon, 9012 Topanga Canyon; Dr. L E. Whit, minister. 10 a.m. Bibb School; 9, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Worship and First ChTistlaTcnoreh, 20931 Community St.; Fred E. Fike, minister. 9:30 a.m, Kbit School; 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Worship. Hillcrest, 10~23S Balboa Blvd.; J. Murrey Posfles, minister. 10:45 a m . ond 7:30 p.m. Worship Services; 9:30 a.m.--Sunday School, Cradle Roll Northri'dgl'chrls'fi'an, 18343 Plummer St.; Don Porter, minister. 9:30 o.m, Sundoy School; 11 a.m.. Worship Service; 7:30 p.m, Sevices. Firsf~Lindley Ave. ond Va.nowcn St, O. A. Tollivcr, minister. 9:30 a.m. Church School; 10:45 a.m. Church School, Worship Service, Nursery Care. 7 p.m.. Youth Groups TARZANA-- 5845 Reseda Blvd. Lewis C. Mick, pastor. . . . . . , ,- ,, _ rYF . 9:45 a.m, Bible School; 11 a.m.. Morning Worship; 6:30 p.m, CTF, 7 p.m.. Evening Worship. 5920 Shoup Ave, Rev. Rob«rt B. Gates, postor. 9:30 o.m, Chureh School; 10-45 a.m.. Worship Service. 4:30, 6 p.m. Youth .Groups. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CAN Jo'rda V n Av.^anTvai.rio St. *:30 and 11 a.m., Sunday School and Church. 6422~~Etiwanda Ave. Reading Room, 4418 Efiwando Av», Open dairy 12 to 3 p.m, Sundays and holidays wcepted. St. Stephens Turns Ground for Sanctuary Groundbreaking and dedication ceremonies for the sanctuary of St. S t e p h e n s Lutheran Church, 15950 Chatsworth St., Granada Hills, will be held Sunday at 3 p.m. Pastor Grant V. Sorenson will preside at the ceremonies along with the president of the congregation, Hans Berg, and chairman of the building committee, Ralph Stolley. The church, designed by the firm of Orr, Strange, Enslee, and Senefeld, features a 10-foot by 42-foot stained glass window presently on display at the Protestant Center at the New York World Fair. This window, designed and built by Roger Darricarrere, was the winning entry in a nationwide contest sponsored by the Stain Glass Window Association of America. The c h t i r c h , b e i n g constructed by Paul W. Speer Inc., will cost $464.000 and will seat over 800 people. The church will be constructed of pre-cast concrete interspaced war who were in Arizona. developed and Rev. Wood, born in Missouri, begun his career as a student, preaching during college years in 1925. Knlcrcd Seminary After college he taught for two years, then entered Garret Seminary at Northwestern University, Evanston, 111. He served two terms for the Board of Missions. During World War II, he taught English to German prisoners of imprisoned Friendships after their repatriation, the prisoners urged him to visit them in Germany. Successful infill cure The Woods traveled to Germany in 1060 and met with 30 of the former prisoners, visiting 15 of them in their homes. Rev. Wood has been successful in influencing men to enter full-time Christian work. The most outstanding experience was in Oceanside, where 17 young men entered the ministry. These boys are now serving in various parts of the United States. Christian Psychologist's Role to Be Explained Lawrence Estes. assistant to Dr. Clyde Narramore, Christian Psychologist and Director of the Narramore clinic in Pasadena, will speak Sunday during the morning worship of the West Reseda Church of Christ, 19400 Wyan- dotteSt., Reseda. 7747 Owensmouth Ave., Sunday, 6:30 p.m. Bible Lecture; 7:45 p.m. Watch-, . , ;j f t -.I,-tower Bible Study; Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Ministry School; *:30 p.m. \\ 1th pyramids Of CUt g!a»S. RESEDA-7441 Tampa Ave., North Unit, Sunday, 6:30 p.m. Bible Lecture: 7:45 p.m. Watchtower Bible Study; Friday, 7:30 p.m.. Ministry School; 1:30 p.m.. Service Meeting. South Unit, Sunday, 3:00 p.m., Biblt L«tur«; 4:15 p.m., Warehrower Bible Study; Friday, 7:30 p.m.. Ministry School; »:39 p.m.. Service Meeting. WOODLAND HILLS-7747 Owensmouth Av«., Conogo Pork. Sunday, « p.m. Bible lecturt; 7:15 p.m., Watchtower Bible Study; Wedne?dey, 7:15 p.m., Servic* Meeting; 8:15 p.m. Ministry School. LUTHERAN CANOGA PARK The iherne window will be viewed from two levels; one a suspended balcony containing the choir loft and seating for 150 and. the other from the main floor of the sanctuary. Canoga Park Lutheran, (Mo. Synod), 7357 Jordan Ave,- Rev. R. G. Dommer, pastor. 9:30 a.m., Sunday School and Bible Classes; * a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Worship Service. Epiphany Lutheran Church, 7769 Topanga Canyon Bivd., Richard Torgerson, pastor. 9:45 a.m. Sunday School, Adult Bible Class; 8 and 11 a.m. Worship Service. Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, 7500 DeSoto Ave. Rev. Ray t. Hansen, and Rev. Henry T. Gibson, pastors. 9:20 a.m, Sunday School and adult classes; 8 a.m, 11 a.m. Worship Service and preschool Sunday School, nursery. Our Redeemer's, (Mo. Synod), 8520 Winnetko Ave, Rev. W. H. Schmid,, Goodblatt Of postor; 9:15 o.m, Sundoy School; 10:3O a.m.. Divine Worship. . Shepherd of the Volley Lutheran Church, 23838 Kiftridge St., Lyle B.'WlIl leave for e\V )! Ofk. i ri- TEMPLE TO SEND GIRL WINNER TO BIBLE CONTEST GUEST SPEAKERS -- The Rev. and Mrs. Wilford Gulick, Haiti missionaries, will speak Sunday Reseda Missionary Church, 7855 Lindley Ave. Haiti Missionaries Will Speak Sunday at Reseda Services RESEDA--The Rev. and Mrs. Wilford Gulick, Haiti missionaries, will be guest speakers Sunday at the 10:45 a.m. worship service in Reseda Missionary Church, 7855 Lindley Ave. The couple also will show slides and a film titled "From Voodoo Drums to Hymns of Praise" to members of the Jet Cadets at 6 p.m. in the church auditorium. Unhersity of Southern California. He \\as a professor of psychology courses at Westminster College in Salt Lake City. His masters degree research was published three times and more recently he had articles published in a Christian magazine. He has written and published a booklet entitled "Are You A Good Manager?" Estes has been associated with since establishing his own practice the Narramore clinic 1962 and is presently under the name of Christianj The Gulicks have worker! Counseling Service in,in Haiti for the past 20 years. Reseda. .partially supported by the n-iii W. Brown, minister of |"Go Ye' r Fellowship and the the church, stated that there jUnevangelized Fields Mis- is an increasing need of aisions. The public is invited. Detter understanding as toi"~ --~~ the contribution and role t h e j i Christian psychologist in thej| area of Christian counseling, because of the tendency] toward practical psychologists. ESTES Christian Counseling First Baptist to Host Noted b Hy %Itx Bible Scholar Celebrated SEPULVEDA -- C h a n i t a! Har Zii . a Av.., 11 o.m. Chureh S.rrie»; 9:13 Sunday School. T«H- many mMtina « p.m. W«dneiday; Reading Room, 1850S Gresham St. 6117 Shoup Av«. 9:20 and 11 a.m., Sunday School: 11 a.m.. Worship Serried. a.m.. Worship. CHATSWORTH-Holy Shepherd Lutheran Church, 10347 Mason Ave, J. H. Nesshcim, Bible Contest. pastor. 8:30 o.m, Sunday School; 11 a.m. Worship. . " . ENCINO--- During the semi-finals Bethel Lutheran Church, 17500 Burbank Blvd. Philip L. Nofwick, postor. j WHS awarded a $100 NORTHRIDGE--° m ' W °" hip Sfr " c " °" d Sundov Seh ° 0 '- .Mis- Goodblatt had to] First Lutheran, 8344 Reseda Blvd., Rev. Lowel! O. Larson, pastor. 9:50 a.m., ill the Intermediate Sunday School. 8:30, 11 a.m. Worship Services. division £t. Paul's Lutheran, UCLA, 10550 Reseda Blvd.; Rev. William W. Kloveri t u 1 M o n Jr, pastor. 9:30 a.m., Sunday School; S and 11 a.m.. Worship Service. His message Christian Psycholog; will al^o speak at the . . Adult Bible School to participate, q . .- I ,. i ~ i -.- - - - 7 - " I - J c t I I l . . in the finals of the National 1 ^ , , , L.-aes holds a ^N" XUYS -- Dr. Walter L. Wilson, Bible scholar, will conduct a Bible Conference in , ENCINO--Orthodox Chris- ilh e First Baptist Church of ,,, M i t i a n s in Southern California: Van x ". v s, WSOO Sherman J3'. He!,,.;n fpioVir-jto +1-10 Voiet /-.r'Wav. heffinnins Stindav with in ce ] e b rate Feast o fWay, beginning Sunday with oung rhr .-, t -_ Rp!;l , rr pptinn «,,,, 'the 9-"U and 11 a m ser- H»-- a7 Kesunection bun- ·']: J -- u ^na n a.m. set t! ! a-- one week later than Ro- 'vices. . m a n Catholics and Pro-i Tne conference will contir.- Masters de-, ue t h r o u h ril .10 Week ., . .., . Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 9440 Balboa Blvd., Donald P. Schneider, pastor. 9:15 o.m., Sunday School; «:1S a.m., 10:45 a.m.. Worship Serv- RESEDA-- ice, pre-school Sunday School. the Bureau of Jewish Educa- Bar Trinity, 18245 Kittridg* St., Rer. Henry E. Elfman, paster. Worship «rr. ices--8 and 11 a.m., Sunday School. BibU Class 9:30 a.m. Christ tn* Kin a.m.. Wo CHURCH OF CHRIST ·'Avel ond Gresham St. Don Wilson, minister. 10 o.m, Bible Classes 11 a.m, 6:30 p.m. Worship Services. WEST RESEDA 19400 Wyandotte St.. Irvin W. Brown, minister. 9.4S a.m, BiWe School; . 11 a.m, Mornin, Worship; o:30 p.m. Youth Groups; 7:30 Evening Worship. V/1NMETKA ! 7054 Winnelka Ave.; Roy E. Cogdill ond Lccn Got*, ministers. 23363 Burbank Blvd., Woodland Hills. Richard A. Hordman. minister. 9:45 a m. Bible School; 10:45 o.m. ond 6 p.m. Worship Services. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Stake Center. 7045 Forrolorw Ave.; Collin* t Jonej. president. First Ward, 7045 Forrolon. Ave,- Wesley P. Kunkel, bishop; 8:30 o.m, . Pricithood; 10 o.m, Sunday School; 4 p.m. Sacrament Second Word, 7045 Forrnron* Av«.; Merdon C. lamb, bishop; 8:30 o.m. Priesthood; 11 a.m, Sunday School; 6 p.m. Sacrament. Tnird Word, 7045 Forrolone Ave.; Clyde Tanner, bishop; 7:30 a.m.. Priesthood; 9 a.m., Sunday School; 2 p.m.. Sacrament. 5338 WhH* Oak Ave.; Wayn* M. French, bishop. 8 o.m. Priesthood; 9:30 a.m, Sundoy School; 4 p.m. Sacrament. GRANADA HILLS-- « , - « . , . 11315 White Ook Ave, Thomas R. Murray, bishop. 8:30 o.m. Priesthood, ig, 17400 Vanewen St.; Rev. David Sward, pastor. S and 11 ,, , ..^rship Services; 9:15 and 10 o.ra_ Church School. Servant of Christ Lutheran (Church of th« Lutheran Confession) 18401 Lassen (Northridg. Womons^ Club). Winfrcd Scholler, pastor. 9:30 a.m., Sunday School and Bibl. Classes; 10:45 fl.m. Worship Service. Evangelical, 6220 Corbin Ave.; Rev. Frederick Knoll, pasjor. a.m.. Worship Service; 9:15 a.m., Sunday School ond Adult) ,,_.. .. .... Atonement, 5701 Plott Ave, Rev. William Neumann, pastor. 9:15 e.m, Sunday School; 10:30 e.m. Worship St. Luke's Lutheran Church (LCA) 5312 Comercio Way, Harry A. Benson, TARZANA-St. John's 10:30 Bible Class. WOODLAND HILLS-Lutheran Church of the she prize. p score Hebrew Max Ponder, chairman of I gree m from , testants at St _ Innocent Or .,ue through April .10. jthodox Church. 5501 Xewcas- night services begin at 7:30. · tie Ave. : Dr. Wilson has been practi- Holy Week began Monday. Icing medicine in various ca- JThese holy days lead ot the pacities since 1904. At the Two Bar Milzvahs tion, presented, the award. Miss Goodblatt is the daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Pincus L. Goodblatt, 12838 Jimeno Ave., Granada Hills. She enjoys reading, poetry and has already won an award | at g. OQ for her creative writing in a contest sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Cleveland. plans for two Valley youths have been announced. Kenneth Linden, son of Dr. and Mrs. Irwin Linden, 4316 Petit Ave.. Encino, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah today ! institution of the Eucarist (Holy Communion) then to Christ's crucifixion and death on Good Friday, celebrated today. Ohio. p.m. 5429 m tn« Lindlev , . posto, S:30 a... and ,, a.m. Warship Services; 9:40 a.m. *-*»! Temple Har Zion i? located, Judea. Tarzana. Douglass Freeman, son Mr. and Ave.. Ancient Services His Resurrection will be observed at midnight services tomorrow night. These ancient services are same time he served in the Central Bible Church of Kansas City for 40 years, beginning preaching on the street corners of Kansas City at the age of 17. For 25 years he was also engaged in the building of tents in addition to his ministerial work and medical at 91 1S Avo . METHODIST CANOGA PARK -- | St. John's in the Valley, 20600 Roscoe Blvd.; Robert G. Williams, pastor; | E. Keith Frolich, associate minister. 8:30, 9:30 and 11 e.m. Worship! Services; 8:30, 9:30 and 11 o.m, Chureh School, classes through 6 t h , grade; 11 a.m. Junior and Senior High School. First Methodist. 22700 Sherman Way; Rer. Robert B. Weirbaeh, pastor.! 9-30 and 11 a.m. Worship; 9:45 and 11 a.m.. Worship Services ond| Sunday School through Sixth Grade; 9:45 ojn, Wesley and Adults classes; 11 e.m. Junior and Senior High Classes. CHATSWORTH-- The nest in Valley Sports is found in THE -NEWS! will celebrate hisj - on May 1 at 9:30jch rist s f]eath a.m. in Temple Beth David,| t ; on j n terms 7152 Hazcltine Ave., Vani c o m m i t m e n t N u s - Series of 'Acts connected by a chain of cere-j practice. His customers in- monies filled with symbolism Jcluded Bu^io Bill, Ringling "*·*;,,,, back t o the Third Cen-j Brothers. Hagenbach Wal- ilace. Seiis Floto. 101 Ranch, a «d! Pawnee Bill, and the U.S. °f' Armv and U.S i Bread eating in Kenya is (increasing rapidly. , , . . He has written 22 books, of their own, mostlv on religious subject;; . 'has traveled in a number of T, , . . .{foreign countries, ' and lee- Each service is a series of ' * U " WIV I I I ' llATCCT \f A k.1 k i t IVC 10824 Santo Susana Ave., R*v. Richard Brookj, paster. 9:45 and 11 a.m.]Wtil VAN NUTi PRESHYTERIAN "acts"' in which the people participate: chants, processions, and entrances, climaxing in the Paschal Holy Com- tured throughout the United States. His messages are filled with illustrations from his wide experiences. Church School; 8:30," 9:43, and 11 o.m. Services. St. Mark's, 17251 Sherman Way. Rev. Walter K. Robic, pastor, 9 a.m., KJORTHRIDGE ' 10:30 a.m. Sundoy School, Worship Service, Nursery, 18400 Superior St, Rev. David U Sharp, pastor. 9:30, 11 «.m. Church!WOODLAND HILLS-- * ., « i. i ., School, Worship Services. Nursery care both hours. 5751 Plott Ave. Rev. Alden McKclvey, pastor. 9 a.m., Sunday School and pgrcnA Worship Service; 10:30 a.m.. Worship Service. Child Core at 9 First, 18120 Saticoy St..; Rev. De Wane Zimmerman, pastor; Rev. Euaen. strvices. 9:45 a.m.. Adult Bible Study. C. Wood, associate pastor. Worship and Church School, 9:30 ond 11 a.m. , RELIGIOUS SOEIVCE Youth meetings, 6 p.m. TARZANA-- munion of the faithful and the One of his eight children. «"«-""W»* Vll *-«*W- A «*» V * » L \*i CUIU U t t i _ _ "-* foods which are blessed and! Mrs " BIair Smith - is a shared in "The Feast o f ' ber of the local church. '' on Easter ni^ht. ! U" 01 e.m, Pnctlhood; 10:30 a.m.. Sunday School; 4 ptn. Sacrament. NORTHRIDGE-- t , . 1131S White Oak Ave, Granada Hill»; Jomci J- Ri«, bnhop. 7:30 o.m, Priesthood; »:30 a.TM, Sunday School; 6 p.m, Sacromcnt Jctond Word, Seieda Blvd. at Inaornor St , R«edo: t. ChMoid Webb bifhop. 7:30 o m , Priettbond; t:30 a.m.. Sunday School; 4 p m., Soctaroent. RESEDA Stok* Center; 11315 While Oak. Gronoda H,Hs. Harold f. Rogers. President r.nt Word 5338 White Ook Ave, Incino. Id«-ord Sitton, ttvhop. 9 e.m- Ptwsthood Meeting; 11:30 a.TM, Sunday School; t p.m · · WEST VALLtY-- 7101 Oso Ave.; Dr. Warren Burtiv, minister. 11 a.m., Sunday Service. REFORMED CHLRCH IX AMERICA Sacrament. Word, Rctedo Blvd. end Injamor St, fred W. Nicben, KsJipp. 8:15 i, Prw*«iood; 1UO a.re, Sunday School; * PJ», SocTO-ment. 'erd. 7060 AmSoo Ave, Jracph C. ScJiiess, bishop. S:30 e.in. Pi 'ricst- o.m. Tniro ''ard. - -- -- -- - -- . . - - - - - . ---- . hood; 11:30 o.m, Sunday School: « o-m, Saeromcnt. btihop. «:30 a.m., Pricsttiood; 1:30 p.«n, Sondoy School; 1:15 p-m, SocTometit- SiMI-- Simi Ward, *5« l«s Anqcles Ave, Siml. Stanley W. Cromn. tifhop. 7:30 a.m, Printheod; 2:15 p.tn, Sandoy School; 3:30 p.m.. Sacrament. 70W Amia» AT*. Paal A. Smith, bhihep. » "-in., Prierthe^d; *JO «.w_ Sonday School; 4 ».Tn, Saeramrnt. THOUSAND OAKS -- , , . . , . First V/erd, meets c» Seventh Day Adventiet And, Newbury Pork; Bloine Moll, bithop; S:1S e.tn, Prictthood; 11:15 o m, Sundoy Sriiool; 4 p.m., Sacrament. Srtond Word, meets et Seventh Day Ad»mtnt A«d , Ne«bury Park; td- »ord Surtcr, bishop; 7.30 a m , Prirtthood; v:30 o.m, Sunday School; 2 P m , Socrome-nt. WOODLAND HILLS-- f, r t ) ·Word. 4501 Octrrft Ort«c, John W. Itomt Ji . bunop, 7 30 am. Prrcsthood 0 O m , Sundov Scttrt1, 4 t m . iotto-nrnl Sttcnd VVofd, 4J01 OcM-fCl 8rr*c, Jtnn R Hontm Jr , tmbop, S 30 o -m , ?'-.t«l»oe.!, 11 om, Strndof Sthtf!, 6 r m . SncTOWt-Ttt. romi MTI CHATSWORTH LAKE-- Vol'rr Circl*, f t v toy McKroons'', poster. ENCINO -- f n t m n Communrtv Churth, 59*1 I t n d l f f A"- . Te'iofl. Or r i r t c h f r A. Hordmo, psilor 10 3D o m , et £titif" T h r s t r t , 16?.«J VffiTWTB F.r»d ; Tfiitri Criiircri o » S'll Lmdlcv Avr. RESEDA -- IttJS Sctictry S* ; frr Clirfofd A Willtt, rstiir, e 30 B m , yvnitrr Jtfc»^, 11 cm., "Ctm^w irrvt«; 7 r m , l»onaci'«»£ ifrutt WOODLAND "HILLS-- S6SO Shoup Ave_ Vhlliam £_ Steel, paster. 9:30 a.m. end 11 e.m. Church School, Worship Services Summit Methodnt Church--20300 Ventura Bhrd. Rev. Wayne W. Welch, -,,,,...-. C A C v jwstor. 9 3.11, Communion: 9:30 o.m. Junior, Senior High. Adult tAN ,J^TM V « _ ClcMW; 10 o.m. Worship Service end S«mdoy School through ^11SSIO\AR"\ pi sr , Ranch Community Reformed Church, 23350 Welby Way; Lloyd j RESEDA Mcnninj, pastor. ?;4S B-m. Safidoy School; 11 e.rn. ond 7 p.m. i 7855 Undlcv Ave^ Rev. Richard A. Leever, pastor. 9:30 a.tn.. Sunday Worship. ( 10:45 e.m, Worrfm, Service and Pmnarv Oi«rch; 7 o.tm. REORGANIZED CHURCH' OF JESUS CHRIST 1 REV. BUCALSTEIN WILL SPEAK AT Theme Chosen lor BAPTIST CHURCH May 1 Luncheon In CANOGA PARK-22450 Sbermon W*V: Rtr. Georgt Croirbwrg, pmtor. OF WAITER DAY SAINTS o.m. Sandaf School; 11 ojn. Childnm'» Charch, WoreWp Service; 7 p.m. Evangelistic Serric*. VORTHRIDGE-- Church «f «i« Noiorcn*, 9950 Balboa Bhrd, C. KeJrjr Kigtr, pnttor. 9:4S n.m, Ssnday School; 11 a.m.. Worship; 7 p.m, EvonoclnTic Service. RESEDA-Irwin St. at Wilbor Ave,; R*r. £. Ftotninf Parwer, pester. $":4$ a.m. Sunday School; 11 «.in. Worthto Srrrie*: 7 mm. Ereri«rnrric SWriet. PRESBYTERIAN ond 10:10 CANOGA PARK-7513 Winnetko St., tlder fmt letter, postor, 9:45 O.TTI. Chorch School; 11 e.tri. Worship Scrvie*. SIMI-- 3n Seventh Day Adventiet Church, 1636 SmaloD St. Roy Ash, presiding «lder. 9.-4S a.m. Sunday School; 11 «.«. Chorrh Service. UMTARIAKi CANOGA PARK-- CANOGA PA5K-- "Chapeau Showers/' was chosen as IJh.e theme for the Mother-Daughter luncheon lo be held at the Woodland Hills Presbyterian Church. 5751 Platt Ave., May 1 at 32 noon. In keeping with the theme, music -mil be provided by the ' V A N N l " Y S ~ ^ R ° V ' Hsn-- Ruc^lsiein, pastor nf ..... .j},» V'artiKf \i-r. Hlllr « » « « " A\C. I l l l l ) TJllirrh. WJ]J he iJl 31 a -'^^ a "d C1iri?tian din- junior high girls who trill do a ttneron Unitarian, 7121 Owenttnouth St, Brooks R. Welker, paster. 10:30 a.m.. Service*. 22103 Vonowi St.; Or. Cortli A. Srrele, minister; 9 end 10JO e.m.l UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST JTTjlJSiCal pantOTTline. They Trill Church School end Worship Service, Nunrry Cere; 7 p.m, T»»th l Bter;j)A__ , f »n- -- J r. . -- 4 _ * - j Groups. Church of the Good Shepherd, 19000 SoHcoy St.; Rev. t. Gcoroc H«,o«.e followed, by poolrv read- CHATSWORTH-- poster, 9:30 a.tn, Chorch School; 11 e.m, Worsh.p Service. inrr s crjx-cn by Mrs. Jemf Stephen, Germoin St. Itrmentery_Schooi. 20730 Germain St. Rrv I'^IXY H'i1im"artncr John A. Collier, peitor. 10 « m , Femity Worehio Service; 11 o m, , minirter. «:30 a.m. Sundey Scht.»l RESEDA-- WEST VALLEY Thf n f{vonael«al PrcUryttr.on Synod), 10200 »r Srtn ujtJO Strolhem St.. 8ev. Dr.II Pe -w £d«OTH tyetK. ro«tor. 9:« o m. Sunday School; 10-4S o.m.-- Wonn,p Ser».ct. B Str.«r. WOODLAND HILLS-- C'.mmumtr Conqreoatfonel Church, 2133* Oumeli «ou« T!c«. Frrd O., iC , r , potior o ond 1030 j, of ^ pottor Mut Pcpronm Moriomion, Chnttion tfJucotton dirfcttrr; Nurtprv cerf ^ gn g JO 30 o.m. Church School, Wor«hip. SllTirl; m "' v ,. ... , hvnrHr» A-r ; T»». fswl J , St/tidirv Stnool; 11 o m. end 7 * m., WeTsririi Church School Cpvrnent Prcsbrtrr A»c; the t!tv 11 O m weri ENC1NO -- So'hoo Sr»d ond A(i)i«pn S) , Krv. Staff T. Br o m , TfVt.rt.rirt Strv.t", « « m , CSurtli Sch S£S£DA-- «,.!. .' »t- Vollr-v. 19450 Vefurwr-n Sf ; Kc-». Jettpri A Peulutt o in tnit n e m.. Church Srtiool efii Worthw Str»ic' SANTA SUSANA-11 «.m Worship end S»n«or Sthrol fr.r Critldrer,, 4 yrors ?hr-uati «n»ti yroSt; mmtrv eft 7 » m -- Junior snd *n«T H-s FDIrwt^ir. «B32 Coc*rot, S», »f». W fr,arricV Wflh. OB. ioir»or 9-3S om. nna T A R Z A N A _ if. Jpmrn;. 19414 VrnTwrr frvf . Ht». t«Wfl H Jtmr*. D O , pprtrrr, ».JD *r"(j 11 c m , Wsirs^m Srrvir* «nd Crr»fc% Sfhr-nl. rnnaiii'l'T nf . . o i r i W K i -° 1r l for allrwJnn: ^H l^u - rt] il ·),,, ,, n pflWf""'n .-' r M f ' " . 1lif . ffl ner scheduled for F r i d a April -"50. a! ~ p.m. s; jhc First Baplist i "hunch of Van Nuys, 34SOO Sherman Way. Special musical numbers -will also be featured. Rev. Bucalstein -was born and raised an an orthodox hope and he will relate bis spirifual i t i n e r a r y ."Judaism to belief in Christ. Speria] music will be pru- vi(3«3 by Leon Kusheroff and Ijouis MilfbniX-. Kuj.horri.ff (oTjTifTly \\fit a music 'on- (JiJd''r ai XKr Kludio in JC°w Y n T k . MiUbmk jilay! The i firdion. r»«o- ,, n-*-n*-n I l i l l ^ K /-*unr H B A D V CANOlsA P A R K -- Wr» Volley Bib)* Cnot*1, J07B3 Ch«* Sf , 9.1S o m., Urmembrenc. frotf; - - ' . -M 11 o tn. Sondey Sc.ht.s1 «nd Fomilr Bible Mo»r; 7 f.m Servicr (tfff, or Wrel VeDc-y Chtrnrn *» God of Clrvtlond. T'tin., 73J« Jordan Av». Cerl ^ S»enl, t»s*nr. «.-4S « m. iondsrv Sc«-r1, 11 a.m., W-mnl* Srr»irt; -nn, - , i / 7:30 r.m. IvonoflMjc Srrvite. fr,r 71".^} NORTHRIDGt - ,| ; ,, Vef rr Dfblt Cntirrli, f Z12 tsrpipt A»c , Htm IsmV-fvrm , wtyr. | . - p,mlf\ - Wr/abr-th A ,, y-lc- ,_. j (in n«- i i--rr\a1ir,i); may be "IS ITlrifJ" bv 1 P 1 f T h O T) i n , ^ . , ^ " , ^ . , '·IT ft-rMi ' -, f i r t ;T r i-fn?1 Jlrsp'rvT- . --,?j- ' i-- «r M ^ ^ Z J . J.^rva nf T- m r 'l ^ "nr,u|fj ftp jnarl» Jly rlliTir. Wr.rjrif,r]av oimr. . . ln''' The- frr,^i,-im v,]ll b^CID at EW IV

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