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PMCSA NRWS.HF,RALD,I>«n.m .ai !(,Ft .„9 »UlI<l«y,*lll»»,l»M Women's Day At St. James Mrs. Oree D, Wilson will be guest speaker Sunday for the 11:00 a.m. worship service at St. James AME Church as part of the annual women's day program. Theme of the program Is "The Challenge To Women To Love God." Women will be in charge of all services of the day, beginning with Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Ditiner will be served immediately after the morning worship and will be followed by a youth program at 3:00 p.m. which features Miss Mary Anne Williams as guest speaker. The day's events will be climaxed at the 6:30 p.m. service with Mrs. Jerri Waddell as guest speaker. The Rev. H.L. Speight, pastor, invites the public to attend the special women's day observances. Mrs. Pearllne Reed is chairman, assisted by Mrs. Sally Carr. The church is located at 18'07East 7th street. Guest Speaker At Parkway The Rev. Frank L. Elvery, executive secretary of the. Presbyteryof Florida, will be the guest speaker at the morning worship service at the Parkway Presbyterian Church Sunday. Before coming to Panama City, Mr. Elvery served as pastor in Homestead, Fla. The Parkway Presbyterian Church invites all who have no church home to attend. DR. FRED GARLAND Dr. Garland At Central "From Producer, To Prison, To Pulpit," has been the life of internationally known evangelist Dr. Fred Garland. At 22 years old, Dr. Garland was known as "The Boy Wonder of Broadway," producing successful shows. A few years later he was a prisoner in Tombs Prison as a convicted heroin addict. From prison he became one of America's fine preachers. An evangelist for 35 years, he will be speaking all day Sunday, at Central Baptist Church. In addition, Dr. Garland will be showing gospel films and speaking today and Monday, July 1, at 7:00 p.m. All services are in the church auditorium. The pastor the Rev. Bryant M. Nelson, invites all to attend. Rev. Avery To Preeach The Rev. Charles W. Avery, pastor of Parker United Methodist Church, located at the corner of Hwy 98 and Boat Race Road, has announced his sermon topic for Sunday morning at 11 a.m. will be, "What God Expects of America." Church School begins at 9:45 a.m. and classses are available for all age groups. Sunday evening at 3:30 p.m., the children's fellowship will meet at the Zimmerman home for a time of swimming, eating, fun, fellowship, softball and devotion. The Jr. High UMYF will meet at the Hughes home at 4:30 p.m. with the Senior High meeting at 5:30 p.m. at the church. At 6 p.m., all administrative board members are reminded of the monthly meeting to be held. Tuesday morning at 9-11 a.m. a "Christmas In July" workshop will be conducted for making items for the Christmas bazaar planned for November. The United Methodist Women will meet Tuesday evening at 7:00 p.m. in the church fellowship hall. Wednesday evening at 6:30 p.m. the youth choir will have rehearsal, followed at 7:30 p.m. by the adult choir. Thursday evening from 7-9 p.m. another "Christmas in July" workshop will be conducted. Make plans now to attend. Ensemble Wins Teen Talent The Christ Ambassadors instrumental ensemble of the Assemblies of God won the teen talent contest for Panama City in October where they were awarded a free trip to camp. In November they won the West Florida District where they were presented a trophy. The group has just returned from the Southeast Regional Contest in Columbia, South Carolina where they won and were presented a trophy and scholarships to college. In August they will enter the National Contest in Springfield, Missouri. David Judah is the 13-year-old son of Betty and Harry Bailev. David's mother began teaching him piano when he was three years of age. David sings and plays at First Assembly of God Church and he is a member of Everitt Junior High Concert choir, The Eagleaires, which won honors at Six Flags in May. Also, David teaches piano and organ to • beginners. Next year David will be in the ninth grade; Craig will be in the 10th, and Gary will be in the 12th. DAVID JUDAH. CRAIG RALEY. GARY TODD GRAND TOUR of EUROPE Good Shepherd To Hear Vicar "Our Strength la In God!" bated on t Peter 5:6-11, will be Vicar Richard L. Arndt's §er« mon topic for the 8 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. worship services at Good Shepherd Lutheran Chur* ch, East Highway 98 Bypass in Parker. A nursery Is provided (or the 10:15 a.m. service for children under three. Vicar Arndt Is serving Good Shepherd during the summer in the area of evangelism. The Sunday School and Bible classes meet each Sunday morning at 9 a.m. Visitors are always welcome. If transportation is needed, anyone may call the church office at 785-6311. Good Shepherd Lutheran School is continuing to take registration for the Fall of 1974 in 4- and 5-year old kindergarten through grade 6. Registration forms and additional Information may be obtained from 785-6311' or 769-3772. Good Shepherd also invites the members of the community to listen to The Lutheran Hour each Sunday afternoon at 12:35 p.m. over WSCM (1290) Radio. On June 30, Dr. Oswald Hoffman, Lutheran Hour speaker, tells how God modifies his "hard words" with forgiving words. His message is: "Speaking The Forgiving Word." Joy Buses Set Record The Joy Buses of the Beck Avenue Church of Christ have been the primary factor in breaking another Sunday school record. Our previous goals stood at 306 for Sunday school and 332 at the 11:00 a.m. service. Last Sunday, June 23, the ushers reported 340 at Sunday school and 364 attended the 11:00 a.m. service. Members of the church have their eyes, set on a goal of 500 for Sunday school for January of 1975. All regardless of race or social position, are welcome to attend any of the services of the Beck Avenue Church of Christ. Sunday School At West Bay The West Bay Advent Christian Church has announced that Sunday School will be held at 9:45 a.m. on Sunday and that morning worship services will be held at 11 a.m. with the Rev. James Gilroy bringing the message. He will also present the evening worship hour at 6 p.m. Sunday night. Wednesday night the prayer meeting, Bible Study and youth meetings will be held. Full Gospel Luncheon Set The Full Gospel Businessmen's Fellowship International invites men, women and young people to hear the Rev. and Mrs. Tony Dyess of Chattanooga, Tenn., They are leaders in the Ten-, nessee-Georgia Christian camp and widely traveled charismatic speakers and members of the Methodist church. At 11:30 a.m. there will be an inter-faith luncheon at the Harbour House. The Rev. and Mrs. Dyess will minister. Cost of the luncheon is $2.80. The evening meeting is at 7 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Downtown. BARBS By PHIL PA8TORET India's biochemists report that garlic oil is very effective against certain species of mosquitoes. No wonder the g uy who sits next to us on the us says skeeters never bother him. Don't smoke or drink and watch your cholesterol — and a bus'll get'cha. R.L. AND BETO SIGREST St. Andrew Baptist Will Hear Couple From their - hometown of Yazoo City Miss., evangelists R.L. and Beth Sigrest travel throughout the United States presenting sacred music in concerts and revival services. Sunday, at 6:30 p.m., they will present a sacred concert at the Saint Andrew. Baptist Church, Beck Avenue and 15th street. Since 1968 the Sigrests have been engaged in a unique ministry of evangelism through preaching and sacred music. An ordained minister, Sigrest has served as pastor and minister of music before entering fulltime evangelism. He began his singing career when he was a tenor soloist for the Mississippi College singers. Beth Sigrest, a mezzo-soprano and pianist, began music training at the age of five, continuing at Mississippi College. Their programs include selections from oratorios, hymns, gospel music and spirituals. Singing contemporary Christian folk music, the Sigrests appear before many youth groups in churches and schools. Three albums of sacred music have been recorded by the Sigrests, the latest entitled "Happiness Is The Lord." The public is cordially invited to attend this concert Sunday evening. Adventists Plan Special Program 881 FROM ATLANTA sixteen 0a Y s ROUND TRIP BY JET DEPARTING MONDAY JULY 22 TWO SEATS LEFT For Further Information Call Rev. Si. Mathison or Rev. Jerry Hollis 763-6537 & 785-7989 & 763-2114 Whole Sale Tours International Inc. 235 Park Avenue, South New York, NY. 10003 . Successful lawyers can boast of a number of well- pressed suits. Loving your job is okay, but it doesn't include cuddling the secretary. The Seventh-day Adventist Church, 190 W 11th Street, has scheduled a special 13th Sabbath School program today at 9:15 a.m. The offering contributed by 2.3 million Seventh-day Adventist throughout the world will be received to strengthen three mission training schools In the Far East, according to Mrs. Verlie Simmons, Primary Department Sabbath School Leader who is in charge of the program. She added that part of the offering will also help to erect Jungle Chapels where nationals can meet for their own Sabbath School and worship services protected from sun, rain and mud. The primary department studied about the disciples this quarter and their Theme song for the program is "The Disciples." Mrs. Simmons will be assisted by Mrs. Myrl Moore, teacher of the boys' class and Mrs. Barbera Day, teacher of the girls' class. Mrs. Moore will have the opening prayer, and Mrs. Day will give the mission talk. The girls' class has memorized and will recite the memory verses for the entire quarter while holding picture posters depicting the scenes of the verses. The boys' class will give a poem entitled "Show Them You Care." Special music will be given by Elaine and Tonia Day, sisters-daughters of Mrs. Barbera Day, and Franklin and Regie Day, brothers-sons of. Mrs. Gloria Day who will accompany them at the piano. Kelly Hoover will sing "Jesus Loves Me" accompanied by Mrs. Gertrude Fowler, Sabbath School pianist and Dean Scheurich will give a poem"Give Today." Five hundred years ago the wealthy and powerful rulers of Spain and Portugal heard stories of jungle-covered islands set in warm oceans far to the east of India. Rumor said that islands abounded with the spices so much coveted by the wealthy society people of Europe. When in 1512 a Portuguese captain, Ferdinand Magellan discovered the spice islands, he also planted seeds of Christianity. It was more than 450 years ago that Magellan gave the world its first clear picture of the Treasure Islands of the South Pacific. Today we have over a quarter million Seventh-day Adventists in the Far Eastern Division. However, the church is not con- • cerned with spices, precious stones, or oil. It seeks a far more Valuable treasure the souls of men and women. Mai, 3:17. All four of the projects to benefit from the 13th Sabbath Offering Overflow, this quarter are located in the islands discovered by Magellan. Philippine Union College, Naga View Campus; North Sulawesi (Sool-uh-way-see) Academy, Waiame Academy, and Jungle chapels. Naga View with more than 1700 students is our largest college outside of the U.S. The students are employed in the wood-working dept., caring for cattle, or working in the rice paddies and in the schools extensive orange, guava and coconut groves. North Sulawesi located on the northern tip of Celebes opened in 1948 was in direct line of fighting during a bitter revolution in the late 1950s. Waiame established in 1965 located on Ambon, a tiny dot in the Banda (Bahn-dah) Sea and other islands making up the Moluccas group still supplies a large portion of the cloves and other fragrant spices used in the kitchens throughout the world. "Here", said Mrs. Simmons, "Christians erect churches costing hundreds of thousands of dollars. However, deep in the Jungles of Borneo, Indonesia, the Philippines and the countries of Southeastern Asia, simple jungle chapels can be erected for as low as $500." "They consist", she explained, "of a cement foundation, a three foot high wall, and uprights supporting metal or thatched roof. In order to help to visualize the need as well as the beauty, Mrs. Simmons has spent much time building a minature jungle chapel which will be on display during the program. Rev. Steinke At Convention the Rev. Alan Steinke of trinity Lutheran Church, 1001 West Uth Street, Ip attending the 59th convention of the Southern District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Also attending the con* volition from Trinity are Norman Carlson and Fred Snell. On Sunday, the service will be conducted by Dr. Gerald Butts who will deliver a' sermon entitled "The Church Is..,". Conducting the liturgy will be congregational president *E.W. Coleman, the lay reader will be John Otto and the acolyte will be Roger McNeil. The Holy Communion worship service begins at 10:30 a.m. Sunday School for all ages begins at 9:30 a.m. Trinity's Holy Cross Beach Chapel, located on Hwy S-30C, will have its service at 7:30 a.m. All are cordially welcome. Joint Service This Evening As is the custom on fifth Sunday nights, the congregations of Wallace Memorial Presbyterian and First United Methodist Church have a joint service of worship this Sunday night. The service will be held at First United Methodist Church with the Rev. Richard Scogglns preaching. Special music will be by the Senior High Choir and a solo by the Rev. Jerry Hollis. At the 8:30 and 11:00 o'clock morning services at First United Methodist, the Rev. Si Mathison will use an Independence Day theme "Finding Our Freedom". The pledge of allegiance will be given to the flag and appropriate music will be used. At 8:30 special music will be a piano-trumpet duet by Mrs. Betty Hollis and Ruel Pate. At 11:00, in addition to the Chancel Choir presentation, Mr. Willard Dean will sing "The Star Spangled Banner". Game Night Is Planned Allen Chapel Youth department of Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church will sponsor games Saturday and Thursday at 7:30 ' p.m. at the home of Mrs. Sharon Sheffield. The address is 1508 Wisconsin avenue, Lynn Haven, Cost is 35 and 50 cents. Refreshments will be sold and a door prize given. Gospel Sing In Callaway There will be a gospel sing at the Callaway Assembly of God Church Saturday at 7 p.m., featuring the Melody Rebels of Greensboro, Fla. There will also be local groups participating. All are invited. The church is located at 5718 Cherry Street. Worm Welcome from the REV. T.C.COTTON Missionary Day At Bethel The Missionary society of Greater Bethel AME Church will observe Annual Missionary Day during the 11:00 a.m. and the 6:30 p.m. services Sunday, with activities centered on the theme, "One Who Cares, Shares." The 11:00 a.m. services will feature Mrs. Gertha L. Ming, of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Panama City, as guest speaker. The 6:30 p.m. service will feature the Rev. T.C. Cotton, a native of Panama City, who is presently the pastor of Gregg Chapel AME Church, Fort Walton Beach, Florida. The Adult choirs of the church will provide music for both services. 1 The society will also sponsor Sunday a "Grandma Tea" from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the lower unit of the church. The Rev. F.Ci Griffin and members invite the public to share in alpihases of the observance. f| Sermon Topic Is Announced The Rev.* Henry Hazard, pastor of the First Independent Methodist Church, 11th Street at Chestnut Avenue in St. Andrews, will have as his sermon title at the 11 a.m. worship service "How To Be Calm In The Storm." Sunday School for all ages is at 9:45. The sermon during the 7 p.m. Song Service and Worship Service will be "Walk by Faith." Wednesday evening Bible study will be at the church at 7:30. Nursery is provided for Sunday services. Public Invited To Parkway The public is Invited to attend the services at the Parkway Church or the Nazarene located on East Highway 98 bypass Lilly Street in Callaway. Services begin Sunday with Sunday school at 10 a.m. Morning worship is at 11 a.m., young people at 6 p.m. evangelistic service at 7 p.m. and Wednesday prayer service at 7:30 p.m. EPISCOPAL CHURCHES of Panomo City w ST. ANDREW'S* TOWN "20 W. BEACH DR. Holy Communlon -aiOO A.M. 10:15 A.M. 1,3 8. 4 Sun. Breakfast - 50= 8:15 - 9:00 A.M Church School -9:00 A.M. Morning Prayer • 10:15 2nd <.r*sery Provided 9:00-12:01. H.C. & Healing Service 7:00 P.M. 2ND & 4 th SUN. HOLY NATIVITY COVE Third St. 8tBor ,ita Holy Communion 8 A.M. 10:30 A.M. 1st & 3rd Morning Prayer 10:30 A.M. '2nd & 4th Sunday school 9:30 A.M. ST. THOMAS BEACH Off US 98 on 30E Holy Eucharist: 9:301st & 3rd Sun, Morning Prayer: 9:30 2nd 8> 4 th Sun Church School & Nursery 9:30 CEDAR GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Church Training 6:00 P.M. Sunday Worship Strvicts 11:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. WediwMiay night Prayer Service 7:00 P.M. David Brown Pastor Claude Turner Minister of Youth PREACHING Friendly People CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School • 9:45 Worship Service 11 A.M, 7:30 P.M. 1559 N. MULBERRY AVE. |^.*ivid Morton; Pestor FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 900 E. BUSINESS HIGHWAY 98 WORSHIP WITH US SUN JUNE 30,1974 REV. SI. MATHISON, PASTOR REV. JERRY HOLLIS, ASSOCIATE • JO Mi 11:00 A.M. Rtv. li Mothtsea "HNDINC OUR MfJOOM" TiflO P *», RIV. RICHARDS SCOOGINS MOM THf WAUACI MJMORIAl PR(SRYTERIAN CHRUCH A WARM WILCOMi IS AlWAVS YOURS AT THf FIRST INITIO MiTHODIST. DIAl-A.rRAYIR7M.14J1 Gene Holley To preach i Various speakers , of the Chlpley church of Christ have own speaking for the Lynn Haven Church of Christ, The speaker for June 30 will be Brother Gene Holley. The public Is invited. He will speak at the 11:00a.m. service only. The church in Lynn Haven is experiencing a gradual growth and is looking for iuitable property to set Up a jermanent place of worship, the church is meeting tenv porari tty in the Old MacMlllan Library Bldg. at 9th St. and Pennsylvania Ave. The time of services are Bible Study at 10:00 a.m. .Worship services at 11:00 , a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Brother Myers is assisting the group and gives a personal Invitation to all in this area to study the Bible. Services Set At Christian Sunday services at the Christian Church, 1814 St. Andrews Blvd., will feature classes for all ages in the Bible School hour at 9:45 a .m. The Minister, Philip T. Durham will speak on "Declarations of Independents" at the 11 a .m. service. Youth and adult study hours at 6 p .m. will be followed by evening service at 7. The sermon will be the sixth on the series of "The Ten Commandments.' * Mid-week service will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday. The men's monthly fellowship will be held at the church, Friday, July 5 at 7 p.m. Light refreshments will 'Deserved. Nursery is available. The public is cordially invited to all services. Allen Chapel Presents Play Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church missionary society presents the play," The Great Com- mlssion-Go Ye" at 11 a.m. Sunday. The guest Choir will be the junior choir of Greater Friendship Baptist church. The featured soloist is Mrs. Linda Griffin. Mrs. Bettye D. Johnson is president of the society Still an infant church! We mutt be grateful to Almighty God for numeric growth - 28 worshipping last December, over 100lut Sunday morning - but we hope we are growing In other ways too. Why not grow with us spiritually? COVINANT PtlSIYTIWAN CHURCH (National Presbyterian Church) Donald C. Graham, M. Div., Minister Temporarily meeting in Northside Elementary School Noithside Dr. off Airport Dr. This Sunday Sermons: f PINT-FILLED LIFE Half of the attendance last Sunday was non-members, so you know that visitors must fell at home with us. And you will tool It's for folks who really believe Jesus' words: "Fear not, little flock, for it is your Father's good pleasure to give you the kingdom." FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH WELCOMES YOU 10:43 A .M. One Nation Under God 7:00 P.M. "Mark of A Praying Church" $WBafey ScsWel 9t30 A* M« Ckerth Trek* 4:00 P.M. Hkheni Filler Unsay D. Royd - Edocetiea DavM L Smirk • Activities Director Cai 715414* *r a Rats Te Sea- dey School en Om of Oar twos. GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN CHURCH AND SCHOOL PARKER-CALLAWAY (E. HWY. 98 AT BOAT RACE ROAD) SUNDAY SCHOOL 9 A.M. 0RSHIP SERVICE 8 A.M. & 10:15 A.M Good SfMphtrd Luthtran Ekmontory School 4 ft S Yr. MfloViorton Thro Grodo 6 O THE LUTHERAN HOUR OVER WSCM RADIO] EACH SUNDAY AT 12:35 P.M. LYNN HAVEN •10 6eef|ia Aw. Ph. 24S-M51 SwHlay SchMl MS Ctefth 11:00 A.M. GULF BEACH MO Y«. North et'T' Pkeae 2S4-3H1 SoadoyScbtelMSAM. Cbmh 11 A.M. PARKWAY (AJt .fi- NaerTyaiat) Ph. 7IS-7M1 Svaday School MS CNrch 11:00 A.M. THE PANAMA CITY AREA RESBYTERIAN CHURCHE! INVITE YOU TO WORSHIP WITH THEM ST. ANDMWS BW AUMI el aN chwchti lock Aw. A 14th St, PhoM 7IS-I)S» Sunday School f:4$ A.M. Chmh 11 A.M. • 7 P.M. 1001, 7th St. Dewatow* PhMki 71*7423 S*f*y School f:30 A.M. •iSOl 11A.M. 7:00 P.M. • Worship Smite (fcotskatt WPAP-'M) 7:00 P.M. TUNf W WPAP.'M nSON 'MOlu fiOO A.M. EACH SUNDAY

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