ATTEND Sat., Dec. 21, 1974 Â«*Â· CHURCH-Clossified Diwlov CHURCH-CloJsiÂ«ed D,Â» -- KUMENIOU _ Iprinitg Church CHRISTMAS SERVICES^ ^""^ ^-^ Sun. 10:45 a.m. "Christ's Gift To Men" MessMir by PMUC Lcwry 6 p.m. Cantata: "LOVE! JOY! PEACE!" Uvtector. ton tXxicr. Mtnisfct ot MU.VC " i r ,Â£ I - ti -V tl 'K'"R CHURCH PROGRAM . ulluvedby rs/nifuiunti. and }\.-Uu*shtp m [lie Hacuil tldl ^7700 Mountain Blvd. (MacArthur Freeway, exit Keller) -BtSCOMi- Episcopal Church of Our Saviour Harrison and 10th Street, Oakland 2 p.m. Sunday, December 22nd Celebration of New Status as A PARISH CHURCH Presiding: The Rt. Rev. C. Kilmer Meyers The Bishop oj California CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICE 10 A.M. Lessons and carols Holy Eucharist . . _ . . . . . . . St. Andrew's Episcopal Church 5201 HILLEN DRIVE. EAST OAKLAND (! biccV WMof 55:h Aic. bct^crr. MjcAnhur iraj f'oo:hi!l bi'.ij The Rev. Martin H. Risard. Rector Dec. 22 Fourth Sunday in Advent Holy Eucharist 8 a.m. -- Morning Prayer 10 a.m. CHRISTMAS EVE Carols hy Cand!eliÂ°hi 11 p.m. Holy Eucharist 11:15 p.m. Dec. 25 CHRISTMAS DAY Holy Eucharist 10:00 a.m. St. James Episcopal Church 12 Avenue and Foothill Boulevard R. G. Rosson. Rector Christmas Eve -- 11 p.m. Christmas Day--10 a.m. PRAYER BOOK LITURGY COMBINED CHRISTMAS SERVICES Trinity Episcopal Church--29th and Telegraph St. Augustine Episcopal--2624 West Street Sun. 10:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist at Trinity Dec. 24,11 p.m. Carols. Lessons and Holy Eucharist At St. Augustine's Christmas Day 10:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist At Trinity Father Richard L. York. Priest-in-charae -EVANGaiCAL COVENANT- First Covenant Church 4000 Redwood Road at Warren Freeway Two Worship Services 9 and 10:30 A.M. "We Beheld His Glory" -- 5 p.m. and'8 p.m. -Sanctuary Choir Christmas Concerts Cantata: "A CITY OF THE KING" CHRISTMAS DAY 10A.M. Family Service "Holding God in Your Arms" Rev. John C. Notehelfer. Pastor *g f gtg!g*g*zÂ»"JZ *Â»Â»Â·Â·Â·iSi^Vl^Ci^Sl*;-, --Cj^Wl^a; Â· INTERDENOMINATIONAL - Cfiuwli The Cathedral al the Crossroads John Drive at Castro Valley Blvd. Castro Valley Telephone: 537-4690 Dr.-Jacob M. Bellia. Pastor . Â· Sunday School: 8:50 and 11:15 a.m. Worship Service 10 a.m. "Christmas Is Your Answer" " 4 and 7 p.m. GLORIA IN EXCELSIS DEO" Musical Christmas pageant With company of 100 Presented also on Christmas Eve At Midnight -SALVATION ARMY- 7ii* Â·vrarfff^ff n-.flcf. Â·\ei ; 'Wkfc"ia*v THE SALVATION ARMY Oakland Citadel Corps -- 6th Avenue and Foothill Boulevard Brig, and Mrs. Robert R. Yardlcy. Corps Officers Tonite! Sat, 7 p.m. Annual Candle light Carol Sing Sun. 11 a.m. Christmas cantata: "LOVE TRANSCENDING" Oakland Citadel Songsters 5 p.m. Sunday School Christmas Program Public invited in all services :HURCH-ciauifiei oisoloy CHURCH--CtaHiiied O.solay -UITHERAN- CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS WITH US Sunday. Dec. 22 - at the 11:00 a_m. Worship Hour the \ UUM Aduli-, and Sunday School wilt join with. the tetot in teliini the Ston oj'thi.- fic-.i L'h.fL-:raj.s. CHRISTMAS EVE. Dec. 24^-Caaaii.-tii:h.t Service M 11:wj. p.m. "Light Out uf DarÂ£nt?!!$" CHftlSrM/\S DAY. Dec. 25th.-Festivat Worship at t t'OO Â·- to. "NEH'BORN HOPÂ£" spectu! vocal and instrumeiaat music at the Service. Central Lutheran Church 2l Ritf^cuay Avenue- Oithcd; Faith American Lutheran Church 4335 Virginia Ave.. Oil. Karen Bloomquiit. Pastor Sun. 10 AM Worship: "Joseph's Dilemma" 4 PM FAMILY CHRISTMAS PROGRAM If'ili: ia!iuÂ«. PuthcL ^;:d PrÂ«Â»rM Christmas Eve? PM: CANDLELIGHT SERVICE Christmas Day 10AM: FESTIVE HOLY COMMUNION FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH (Redwood Road and Mountain Blvd.) Rev. David L. Hurty, Pastor Celebrate Christmas! FOURTH SUNDAY IN ADVENT -- DECEMBER 22 9:00 a.m. Sunday Church School 10:30 a.m. WORSHIP Dr. Carl Segerhammar. brings the meditation Special Music by our Choir anil Sunday School Youth i * * t t * CHRISTMAS EVE CANDLELIGHT SERVICES "GOOD NEWS!" Christmas Message by Pastor Huny 5:00 P.M. Special Music and 11:00 P.M. Chancel Choir Holy Communion following both services Our Saviour's Lutheran Church SSOO Fontaine St. (a=. Crest Ave.) Adolph Kloth. Pastor 569-06S9 Sun. Service 9:45 A.M. - S. School 11:00 A.M. Christmas Eve. Candlelight Carol Communion 11 P.M. Christmas Day, Festival Worship 10:00 A.M. Danish Christmas Service. Dec. 29.2 P.M. St. Paul's Lutheran Church 1658 EXCELSIOR AVENUE Floyd L. Lawson, Pastor CHRISTMAS EVE 11 p.m. Candlelight Service 10:30p.m. CHRISTMAS MUSIC ' CHRISTMAS DAY 7 a.m. Julotta (Swedish Service) /* .A BLESSED CHRISTMAS TO ALL! Divine Worship Service Sun. 10 A.M. Trinity Lutheran--ALC OfTMacAnhur Blvd. -- Alma Ave. at McKintey Rev. John L. Halvorson DEC. 22. 10:30 A.M. ADVENT SERVICE Dennis O'Brien preaching DEC. 24.11 P.M. CHRISTMAS EVE CANDLELIGHT ; Baptism and Meditation (Pastor John) DEC. 25. 10:30 A.M. CHRISTMAS DAY "Martin Luther's Christmas Sermon" -- Pastor John -AMEZJON. Cooper A.M.E. Zion Church 1420 Myrtle St., Oakland Dr. William H. Coleman. Jr.. Pastor Dec. 22. ALL DAY CHURCH WIDE OBSERVANCE SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m. 11 a.m. Morning Worship Service Potluck 3:30 p.m. followed by S.S. Program and Christmas Party 5 p.m. 7 p.m. CHRISTMAS CANTATA Presented bv the Senior Choir Â· Â· Â· Dec. 24 Christmas Eve Service 10:45 p.m. Â·NAZARENE- FIRST CHURCH OF THE NA2ARENB 4500 Redwood Road ^4 mi. off Worren ft. -- Abov* Lincoln SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship 11 a.m. "THE CENTER AT PEACE" Rev. Milton Poole. Pastor a.m. "CANDLES AND CAROLS" A nnual Chris/ma's Service Walter Bells. Music Director ;%^ :; xf.*'Â£v xv*4v-v :: v. 6 p. -NON-DENOMINAT10NAI- LAKESIDE TEMPLE OF PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY 144 ATHOL at E. 18th and LAKESHORE AVE. REV. KATHERYN S. JARVIS. MINISTER SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE 11 a.m. "Your Christmas" 7:30 P.M. CANDLELIGHT SERVICE Tuesday, December 24 "The Christ Light" Candlelight and. Meditation -CHftlSTIAN- Fruitvalc Christian Church Bible Sclux.l. nil aucs '):45 a.m. 1706 Friiiivalc Avenue Worship Service 11 a.m. Marion M.ll.iwv. Minister Nursery attendant 5 3 3 - l 7 8 ' l o r 9 ' J I 2 Tree parking Â£j CHURCH-Clnuified Diiotuv CHURCH-Clattittal Oiiolay -MlSSXIÂ«l SYNOD lUTHEEAN- First Trinity Lutheran Church ,,. ,,. ,, I43l-I7th AVENUE Vu.torHippe-.Pa.stot _ ltmnlMieger.Otgaaiat Christmas Eve Candlelight 11 p.m. Christmas Day Festival Service 10 ajn. Sunday Sen.ice H id. Suciky SchooE $:3o un. GRAND LAKE LUTHERAN CHURCH Euclid at Van Buren Ave. Rev. Wilier C. Picpcr. Pastor 444.53542 Christmas Eve 4:00 and 11 p.m. Christmas Day 10:30 a.m. Sunday Worship Sen-ice 10:30 o'clock CHURCH-CIOttilied DisOIav CHURCH-CIOMiÂ«ieJ OJJOloV PSNTECOSTAL Pilgrim Lutheran Church 3900-35th Avenue The Rev. Richard WclJcenhauer. Posior 531-3715--531-2557 Sunday Mornina 11:00 a.m. "What's In A Name?" Sunday School and Bible Classes 9:45 am. CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE 7:30 P.M. "The Gift" Tableaux, carols, narrations and anthems Adult and children's choir Christmas Day Festival Service 10 a.m. 'THE CHRISTMAS STORY 1974" ^gj^^^^ ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH 5201 Park Boulevard Rev. Arnold Levenhagen. Pastor Rev. Ronald Kudick. Assoc. ' SUNDAY. DECEMBER 22 Worship Service 8:30 a.m. Children's Christmas Service 1 1 a.m. ; ; TUESDAY. DECEMBER 24 "Cam! Sinv" beÂ°innin% ar 10:30 p.m. Christmas Eve Candlelight Service 1 1 p.m. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 25 ' Christmas Day Service 10 a.m. Message by Pastor Ronald Kudick Special Music by the Choirs C. W. McKinney. Director UNITED METHOWSI Downs Memorial Methodist Church 61st and Idaho Streets Rev. Charles H. Lee. Pastor CHRISTMAS SERVICE Sunday, December 22 at JO a.m. CHRISTMAS MUSICALE With combined choirs FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Broadway at 24th 9:30a.m. Church School 444-817! 11 a.m. "What's His Name? Jesus!" Special music Christmas Eve 5-7 p'.m. Drama: "Where Love Is" Donald J. Cunningham, Pastor--Norman Clayton. Choir Director Lake Park Methodist Church ?.81 Santa Clara Avenue, Oakland Sun. 11 a.m. Family Christmas Celebration Tuesday, Dec. 24,7-8 p.m. MORAVIAN CHRISTMAS EVE Traditional Candlelight Musical Service Ray Austin. Music Dir.; John Nordvik. Organist Refreshments following--Everyone cordially invited Montclair Methodist Church COtHB Of MOUNTAIN BLVD. AND SNAKE 1OAD. MONTCUW WS1BICT TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24 Christmas Eve Candlelight Service 11 p.m. Worshippers with lighted candles form A Circle of Light Around the Sanctuary Christmas Music TAYLOR MEMORIAL United Methodist Church 12th and MAGNOLIA ST.. OAKLAND Robert D. Hill, Minister Christmas Sunday, Dec. 22,1974 10:00 A.M. Annual Worship Service Sermon: "When Hope Unborn hath died" Dr. Hill, preaching Combined choirs: Cathedral choir. Chancel choir, Men's chorus, Director: Miss Maxine Blackburn. Organist: Mrs. Rochon Logwood 6:00 P.M. THE CHRISTMAS CANTATA 5:30 P.M.-Dec. 21,1974 "THE CHRISTMAS PROGRAM" by the CHURCH SCHOOL Sunday after Christmas. Dec. 29,1974 UNITED STUDENT DAY -- 10:00 A.M. 11:00 A.M. New Year's Eve Watch night Service Rockridge United Methodist Church NNILA AND HUDSON at COLLEGE Pastor, Robert E. Walker 10:30 a.m. "Christ Is Our Hope" Cantata by (he Choir: "LOVE, JOY, PEACE"by Tom Fettke Director, Ray Trent. -UNtTMIAN" First Unitarian Church 14ih ST. BETWEEN GROVE and CASTRO (In Downtown Oakland): Organ recital 10:45 a.m.-Mrs. James Pisher I I a.m. "The Bells of Christmas" Message by Dr. Crompton Music by the Junior Sin jo's Chester Russclle, wloisl Dec. 22 Sunday 7:00 p.m. Christmas Pageant "ITS A SMALL WORLD" Christmas musical? "The meaning of Christm^ traditions, and customs in other countries" PrcsentoJ; by Victor}' Temple Choir and Christian Education Dept. of VICTORYTEMPLE CHURCH 3600 Pennemin Ave. (near 35th and MacArthur) Gethsemane Gospel Lighthouse Service*: Tues. thru Fri. 7:jll Sun. !I:30a.m-anii~:3pp.m. Pastor B. Hc^th Come worship with us 1001 Hear,: Av,-.. Berkei,-v -UNITED PRESBYTKIAN- Â«9r t= e Avenue United Presbyterian Church 951 Colics Avenue William B^tty. P/ 5 tor 65S-jbtS Suntiiy Sthoo! Tor alt aics 9:15 a.m. 10:30a.m."A LIGHTTOTHE NATIONS 3. That Even Wise Men Can See" Children s Nativity Play -- Puppets 'Â·Gospel Day Chorus" and string quartet 6 p m. Community Christmas CarolinÂ« On a track bed with Brass and Bagpipes ~ *~ Bach Handel Saint-Saens TEMPLE CHOIR and 80 Rank Organ Newton Pashley. Oraanist-Conductor 'The Glory Of The Lord Around Us" John Turpin, Preaching 11:00 A.M. ' 27th and Broadway First Presbyterian Church of Oakiand Church School 10 a.m. Child care HIGH STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1941 High Street at Foothill Dave Hawbecker --Â· Lionel Cable -- Pastor:Frank Taylor -- Organist and Choir Director 10 a.m. Sunday Worship Service "WHO IS SANTA CLAUS?" Lionel Cable preaching CHRISTMAS EVE 10:30 p.m. Communion Service 6 p.m. Sunday Handel's "Messiah" Ecumenical choir of 100 voices Great Community project Directed by Arthur Washington Fruitvale Presbyterian Church Corner Coolidge and MacArthur, AC buses 15,34,57 direct DIAMOND LAUREL DISTRICT Christmas shopping? Why not take an hour this week to join some people who shopped around ami found the spirit of Chirstmas. Sunday 10:45 a.m. 530-0915 CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE 8 p.m. Dec. 24 in the Chapel Celebrate Holy Communion With music and candlelight Park Boulevard Presbvterian Church 4101 Park Boulevard at Hampel Phone 530-5311 Pastors: James E. Clark and Michael R. Ladra Nursery care Christmas Sunday, Dec. 22 10:30 a.m. Worship 'Expressing the Christmas Gift" Rev. Clark preaching Special Musical presentation . By the combined choirs CHRISTMAS EVE Dec. 24 at 8 p.m. Candlelight Communion Service -REIKJIOUS SCIENCE- First Church of Religious Science 5000 Clarewood Drive, Oakland Dr. Orrin Moen, Minister Raymond Manton, Soloist 11 A.M. "A CHRISTMAS STORY" Dr. Orrin Moen speaking Youth Groups and Sunday School also meet at 11:00 a.m. WAl-A-ftAYH 547-3J/7 547.1' Religious Science of Mind Church MASONIC TEMPLE-3903 BROADWAY Sunday School-Children and Adults 10 a m Radio KEST (1450 am) 9:15-9:30 a.m., Sundays 11 a.m. "MERRY CHRISTMAS" Says Dr. Earl C. Evans, Minister DIAL A PRAYER 763-61II For Information 465-5784 Â·VBANTA SOCKTY* Vcdanta Society, Berkeley Sunda y- Dcccmbcr 22 -' l:0 Â° Â»' m - testc and Bowditch Street* Â·'Vcdama's Role in Perfecting Minister: Swami Swahananda ,-Â£. Â·'' _ ** (fcristmas Eve Service: 8:00 p.m.
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