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' 28 Saturday, October 2, 1976 Ottawa Journal Religion Britannia United Church By MARION G. ROGERS Once there was a little . church built up on a hill. " That was in 1873, and while recently unused it stood at the Richmond ' Road and Britannia Road, . a tiny landmark. Last spring it was torn down after having been used after the church moved , out for a china shop and , an artist's sales place. It -.. had been painted a bright : red, and called The Red Barn. When first built it was the Britannia Methodist i Episcopal Church and be-; came a United Church in 1925. There had been services in homes before the church was built. , Records say that J. R. ' Booth donated the land on the southwest corner of iMMiiiMJ '" iiir. fMiiftlMMftM ' The ceiling the original one was made of tongue and groove stained wood in an ornamental design. When, to celebrate the 100th anniversary from Sept. 1973 to June 1974, and the old church stood empty, one of the men of the congragatlon obtained some of the old celling and made wall plaques which were sold. On the back some history on the front a small brass plate giving name and dates. In the 1940s when there were pulpit alterations, a board was found under it inscribed in lead pencil "James West and William West,' contractors, very dry weather. July 3, 1875." Begun in 1873 with first services the following summer, the interior wasn't completed . until 1875. First heating a stove and pipes, later a furnace with a large central register took its place. Then the ( Church events ) Guest preacher Rev. Dr. Albin Stanfel, president of the Ontario District of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, will be the guest preacher tomorrow at Our Saviour Evangelical Lutheran Church, Roosevelt Ave: The church celebrates its 25th anniversary this month. Anniversary service Rev. Dr. J. R. Millar, minister of Rothwell United Church will be the guest speaker tomorrow at the 9: 30 service of Hawthorne United Church, Russell Road. Dr. Millar's topic will be The Challenge of the Church. The church is celebrating its 96th anniversary. The Ottawa Masonic choir will supply the music. Fall festival The Worldwide Church of God will hold lis annual Fall Festival this year at the Civic Centre, Exhibition hall. Thirty-five hundred members of the church from Ontario and Quebec will attend the eight-day festival which begins Oct. 8 through Oct. 16. Dedication service Fourth Avenue Baptist Church will rededicate its recently rebuilt and enlarged organ at tomorrow's morning service. In attendance will be senior citizen friendship adventurers from across Canada, who are currently visiting Ottawa as guests of the church. Following the service a congregational luncheon will be held. In the evening at 7:30 a choral service of Holy Communion will be held. . . Film showing Time To Run, a film that is a mixture of problems and solutions, will be shown tomorrow at Central Alliance Church, 600 Bank St., at 8: 15 pTm. The film stars Ed Nelson, Randall Carver and Barbara Siege). service for two Sundays a school was rented. The change of name came in 1925 with Church Union. . By .1960 the church needed to expand and property was purchased on Pinecrest Road. The sod turned April 23, 1961. ' The last service in the tiny church was Nov. 19, 1961 on Nov. 24th the present building was dedicated. Of long low construction, from the entrance a hall extends to the right the length of the building. Offices and a kitchen are behind it, stairs to the The United Church of Canada PRESBYTERIAN BAPTIST . Sermon series A series of seven sermons demonstrating the relevance of the clauses of the Lord's Prayer for our concerns and problems will be given by Dr. J. A. Davidson at the 7:30 p.m. services in the chapel of Dominion-Chalmers United Church beginning tomorrow and every Sunday until Nov. 21. The series of sermons will be based on Dr. Davidson's book The Lord's Prayer. CALVARY BAPTIST 107 Main St. (3 Blocks south ol Queensway at Evelyn) Don Howard, Pastor: 233-7213 737-4549 ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH Wellington and Kent Streets "The Church on the Mall" Minister: Rev. Arthur W. Currle. M.A., M.Th., D.D. Hon. Assistant Minister: Rev. E. Q. B. Foote, O.B.E.. B.A.. D.C.L., D.D. Organist and Choirmaster: Mr. Carman H. Milllgan, Mus. Baa. M. Mus. 9.30 a.m. EARLY SERVICE In the Church Rooms. Informal dress expected. -1 1 .00 a.m. flEGULAR SERVICE "WHAT JESUS TAUGHT US ABOUT THE SUPPER" THE SACRAMENT OF THE LORD'S SUPPER win be celebrated at both Morning Services INFANT NURSERY AND CHURCH SCHOOL CLASSES lor --.- children of all ages. 12 05 p.m. COFFEE AND CONVERSATION In the Church Rooms. 3 00-5.00'p.m. OPEN HOUSE In the Church Rooms, All single adults are Invited to join In the Informal activities which havo been . arranged. Refreshments will be served. ' 7.30 p.m. PANEL DISCUSSION in St. Andrew's Hall on "Canada s Responsibilities in Third World development," with panelists, Clyde Sanger, Rick Smith, Doreen Riedel.vRev. Malcolm Caldwell. Everyone welcome. WEDNESDAY 12 to 4 p.m. Private Personal Counselling by the Minister in his Study, 82 Kent St., or Call 235-6830 "MUSIC FOR LISTENING" Monday to Friday, 11.00-2.00 p.m. A program of quadraphonic classical . music for relaxation and meditation. AMPLE SUNDAY PARKINS VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME DOMINION-CHALMERS CHURCH O'Connor and Cooper Streets Rev. J. A. Davidson. CO., B.D., D O. Rev. M. John Moor. B.A.. B.D. Organist: William France, Mus B., F C C O. World Wide Communion Sunday The Sacrament ot the Lord's Supper at all services 9.30 a.m. Service in the Chapel 1 1 00 a.m. Sermon at both morning services. "WHAT DOES THIS RITUAL MEAN? Infant Nursery and Church School All ages Welcome 30 p.m. Chapel Service. Sermon: "THE LORD'S PRAYER FOR TODAY" 1 THE SCHEME OF PRAYER Rev J. A. Davidson will preach at all services Ample Parking You are always welcome at Dominion-Chalmers WEEKLY RADIO BROADCAST SUN. 8.30 a.m. CKBY-FM 105.3 METHODIST WESLEYAH METHODIST CHURCH " Sunnyslde Avenue at Qrosvenor, one block west ol Bank Sreet Pastor: Mervyn E. Summers Assistant Pastor Douglas E. Spearman - 9.4S a m, SUNDAY SCHOOL. Classes tor all from 2 years ol age. 11.00 a.m. MORNING WORSHIP Holy Communion Pastor's subject: "I Believe In the Communion of Saints' 7.00 p.m. EVENING SERVICE. Pastor's sublect The Centre of Inspiration" TUESDAY 8.00 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study WEDNESDAY 7.30 p.m. Youth Activities LISTEN TO THE WESLEYAN HOUR SUNDAY 7 JO a.m. CKBY-FM I0S.3 10.00 a.m. Family Bible School 1 1 .00 a.m. 7 A DYNAMIC CHANGE" 7.00 p.m. "A CANDID INVITATION" Wed. 7.30 p.m. Prayer and Fellowship Hour 8.30 P.M. PREMIER SHOWING OF "THE NEW CHUCK COLSON" A 111m describing what really happened to the White House Hatchet Man Charles W. Colson "A FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH" GLEBE-ST. JAMES UNITED CHURCH A CENTRE FOR CHRISTIAN DEVELOPMENT 650 Lyon St.. Church Office (S36-061 7) Minister of Pastoral Care: The Rev. E. T JacK Blrtch Minister of Development: The Rev. Robert S. Lockhart -Ministry ol Music: Frances P. Macphail, M.Mus. Student Assistant: Michael G. Begble WORLD WIDE COMMUNION SUNDAY 9.30 a.m. Senior Teens 9.45 a.m. INNOVATIVE WORSHIP in the Hall 1 1 .00 a.m. CONTEMPORARY WORSHIP IN THE SANCTUARY WHAT DO YOU WANT OUT OF LIFE?" , Mr. Birtch speaking 2.30 p.m. Communion Service shut-Ins In the Sanctuary. Nursery and. Toddler Care Is provided from 9.45 a.m. to noon ' October S at 7.30 p.m. "DEATH AND DYING" Seminar. Mr. Lome Kelly. Guest Speaker Subject: "FIRST DEATH r THEN THE FUNERAL" ST. PAUL'S CHURCH 971 Woodroffe Avenue Minister: Rev. W. P. Duffy. B.A., Sc.. B.D. Associate Minister: The Rev. D. L. Campbell, B.A., B.D. 9.30 and 1 1 .00 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon Title: "PROPHETS, APOSTLES AND US" D. L. Campbell 1 . Joy and Hope Through Testing Rev. W. F. Duffy 9.30 a.m. Church School Nursery to Adult 1 1 .00 a.m. Junior Church Nursery to Grade 2 7.00 p m. School ot the Bible 1 . the Prophets and their message W P. Duffy . 2. God and His Decree G. Caldwell 8.15 p.m. 3. Contemporary Social Issues A. Pattlson 4. Fundamentals and Conservative Christianity D. L. Campbell ?.' 3k his Lot 21 on the road dividing the first and second concession. A deed was issued Dec. 11, 1877, made out to "The Trustees of the Sandy Hill congregation . . ." The price paid was one dollar ($1.00). Of clapboard construction and always kept painted a glistening white, decorative large board scrollwork edged the eaves, windows were gothic style. In early years drive-sheds stood at the back and east side while in later times a tiny lawn and flower beds were a gay summer'touch. i BELL STREET UNITED Cor. Bell and Arlington Ave. Minister: Rev. Morgan G. MacFartane, B.A. Music Director: Dianne W. Ferguson, A.R.C.T. 9.45 a.m. Adult Bible Class 1 1 .00 a.m. Woly Communion 7.30 p m. U.C.W. Thank Offering . Service and Holy Communion. Guest speaker: Mrs. Margaret Browning of Penarth, Wales. Sunday Church School 10.00 a.m. Senior Dept. 1 i.oo All Other Depts. Nursery care for Infants and toddlers A cordial welcome is extended to visitors and newcomers to the area. McLEOD-STEWARTON 507 Bank at Argyle (1 block west of YM-YWCA) Minister: Rev. Matthew Taylor Organist Arnold Earl B.M.. M.M., A.W.C.M. 10.45 a.m. RCMP Clarinet Quintet Under the Direction of Stuart Butterfield 11.00 a.m. Sacrament of Holy Communion "GOD'S LAW" (Exodus 20:8) 12.15 p.m. Sacrament ol Holy Baptism. Refreshments. Sunday Church School 1 1 .00 a.m. Nursery KINGSWAY UNITED CHURCH 630 Island Park Drive Minister: The Rev. 0. J. Camegle Director ot Music: Rod Holmes 1 1 .00 a m. Public Worship Theme: "TAKING JESUS SERIOUSLY 11. 00 a.m. Church School Nursery Care Provided You Are welcome WOODROFFE UNITED 207 Woodroffe Ave. Minister Rev. P. W. E. Jones B.A.. B.Sc., BO., 0.0. Director of Muslo: Miss Cheryl Jarvis. A.R.C.T. 9.30 a.m. Sunday School 9.30 and 11.15 a.m. World Wide Holy Communion Nursery Care Provided 10.30 a rt Fellowship and Coffee 6 30 p.m. Congregational Pot-Luck Supper WEDNESDAYS, 7.30 p it) -Chapel Seme. ALL WELCOME PARKDALE ARLINGTON WOODS FREE METHODIST CHURCH 225 McClellan Rd. at Camwood Cr Rev. John Shephard Pastor 9.45 a.m. Sunday School 1 1 .00 a.m. Morning Worship "GRACE THAT IS GREATER" 7.00 p.m. Gospel Hour Gospel Film: "REACH FOR THE SUMMIT" You are always welcome at the church that cares For Church Advertising Call 563-3839 FIFTH AVENUE FREE METHODIST CIURCH Comer Filth Ave. and Monk St. Pastor 1 Rev. C. Ross Brown. B.A. M.A. Sunday School 9.45 am. Sunday Mcminq Wcrshlp Service 1 1 .00 a.m. -WORSHIP IN MUSC AND SONG" Sunday Evening Service t p.m. -THE CONFLICT OF THE AGES" First of a Series on the Second Temple period using slides taken In Israel by Pastor Brovn Wed. Night 7.30 p.m. Midweek Prayer and Bible Study Hour FOURTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH (Bank Street at Fourth Avenue) Where Friends are Met and Made Strangers are Expected Worship is Recreative Samuel M. Holmes. Minister, Desmond T. Hassell, Organist WORLD WIDE COMMUNION Adventure in Christian Friendship Sunday 1 1 .00 a.m. Service ot Worship Rededicatlon ot me Church Organ Sermon: -SONGS IN THE NIGHT" 1 1 .00 a.m. Nursery and Kindergarten 12.15 p.m. Congregational Luncheon 7.30 p.m. Choral Service ol Holy Communion Meditation: "WHAT MEANING HAS THIS ACT? Followed by hour ol Social Fellowship Tuesday 7.00 p.m. Harvest Supper Quest Speaker Dr. J, u. Gladstone Parkdale and Gladstone , Ministers Rev. Gervis Beecher Black. Rev. Oliver Roy Davidson Director ol Music Michael Mailey WORLD COMMUNION SUNDAY 10.00 a.m. "New Beginnings" Bible Hour starts its Fall Session In the Robert Tape Hall. All welcome 11.00 a.m. The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper Topic: "IS THERE ANY WORD FROM THE LORD?" (Jeremiah 37: 1 7) Mr. Black Kindergarten, ages 3 to 5 and infant nursery care Ample parking via Grace Hospital, otl Wellington Street ERSKINE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 343 Bronson Avenue Rev. C. Sheldon Hastings. A.B.. B.D.. Minister Mr. John Byrne Black; Organist SUNDAY 11.00 a.m. Church School and Morning Worship Observance of the Lord's Supper Thurs. 7.30 p.m. Choir Practice "A Friendly Church With a Welcome to AO" old4 oil lamps were replaced by 1911. with electric lights. A report in 1922 a decision to excavate and finish a basement hall. The new hall had a kitchen but no water supply; it all had to be carried in. Regardless of that on Sept. 25, 1924, the first of many church harvest suppers was held. Sometimes as many as 400 were served. In 1924 the interior redecorated -1- there was no OTSHMAN MEMORIAL 20 Front St.. Hull. Que. Rev. Willis Sayer, 684-4686 10.00 a.m. Church Service and Sunday School ST. DAVID and ST. MARTIN 444 St. Laurent Blvd. Phone 745-1756 - The Rev. Dr. Peter C. Wotherspoon 1 1 a.m. Church Service and Church School ST. ANDREWS Charles and Court Sts. Alymer, Que. Rev. Willis Sayer. 684-4666 Church Service and Nursery 9.45 a.m. ' Sunday School 1 1 a.m. ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Parkdale Avenue at Sherwood Drive Minister: Rev. R. J. Graham Kennedy, B.A., B.D. Organist: William Gush COMMUNION SUNDAY 1 1 .00 a.m. Public Worship Theme: "WHERE THE ACTION IS" (John 6. 47-58) 1 1.00 a.m. Church School, ' Nursery 7.30 p.m."oromuntoo Theme: "THE TABLE OF THE COVENANT (Hebrews 8. 1-13) ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR . CHOICE THIS SUNDAY. lower level to the left, and at the end of the hall to the right is a dual purpose room. On Sunday, with movable chairs it becomes the church auditorium. A screen at the far end can close off the pulpit area and organ, which is a Baldwin electric. An earlier one, a Minshall electric was a memorial and is in process of being repaired, to be returned. Before that it was a Pump Organ." Rev. Barry Thomas is minister. (Copyright, 1976: by Marion G. Rogers) PLEASANT PARK BAPTIST CHURCH 414 Pleasant Par Rd. Minister: Dr. Kenneth Jackson Organist: Mrs. Ann White 10.30 a.m. Service of Worship Sermon: "WONDER AND WELCH'S" Communion of the Lord's Supper 11.15 a.m. Church School Nursery Available FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Laurler Avenue at Elgin Street Minister Rev. Ralph J. Cummlngs Organist: Dennis R. Punter Church School with classes tor all ages meets at 10 a.m. Morning Worship begins at 1 1 .00 o'clock with Communion Service Sermon: - CALLEO TO BE SAINTS" Nursery end Junior Congregation Ample Sunday Parking BROMLEY ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH One block northwest Baptist Federation ol Canada Minister: Rev. Ralph D. Wilton B A . B.D.. M.Th. Director of Music: Mr. Don Halley, B A . M Ed. 9 45 a.m. Church School Adult Classes 11.00 a.m. World Wide Communion. Guest Speaker Rev. William Buikema, Missionary to Brazil 7.30 p.m. Evening Service "SHARING THE GOSPEL" AIL WFI rOUF WESTBORO BAPTIST CHURCH 307 Richmond Rd. Pastor: J. E. Clemens SERVICES 9 45 a.m. Bible School 1 1 .00 a.m. Bible School Dr. A. Dallimore 7.00 p.m. Evening Fellowship Pastor Clemens . A cordial welcome to an A FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH For Church Advertising Call 563-3839 ANGLICAN MacKAY MacKay and Dutterln Minister: Rev. E. P. Thompson. M.A., B.D. Organist and Choir Director Mr. Paul MacMillan 11.00 a.m. The Sacrament of Holy Communion . "THEN . . . THEY WERE ENCOURAGED" 1 1.00 a.m. Youth Group, Church School and Nursery Care. Talking Time Following Morning Worship Tuesday. 6.30 p.m. Explorers, Messengers and CGIT CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL Sparks St. near Bronson The Right Reverend W. J. Robinson The Very Reverend T E. Downey The Reverend Canon P. J. Smith The Reverend L. W. Cataller Godfrey Hewitt, Mus.O., F.R.C.O., Organist and Choirmaster TRINITY XV 8.20 a.m. Holy Communion 1 1 .00 a.m. Church School and Nursery 1 1 .00 a.m. Choral Eucharist Rev. John Vlckers 4.30 p.m. Cathedral Evensong DAILY: Morning Prayer 9.00 a.m.: Evening Prayer 5.00 c m. HOLY COMMUNION: Tuesday 12.05 p.m. Wednesday 10.30 a.m. Thursday 7.15 a.m, Friday 12.05 p.m. KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner Elgin and Lisgar Streets "SERVING THE HEART OF THE NATION" Ministers: Rev. Malcolm A. McCuaig, B.A., B.D., D.Min. Rev. Frank O'Hara. M.A. Director of Music: Lilian Forsyth Sundays 1 1 .00 a.m. The congregation gathers for worship, education and fellowship. Tomorrow's Theme: "HE COMES AS THE DAWNING ' Sacrament of the Lord's Supper Come and'Worshlp as a Family. Infant Care, . Colfee Hour In lona Hall Following Worship Tues. 12.15 p.m. Noon Hour Recital, The Central Alumni Choir Thursdays 10.30 a.m. Senior Citizens Meet for Worship, Luncheon and Fellowship "YOU WILL FIND A WARM WELCOME HERE' ST. JOHN'S CHURCH Elgin and Somerset The Rev. Canon B. C. Pureed " The Ven. W. H. Bradley The Rev. P. F. W. Busing The Rev. R. C. Cor bee Mr. Ewen McCuaig. Organist PENTECOST XVtl 8.00 a.m. Holy Eucharist 9.30 a.m. Family Eucharist and Church School Sermon: The Rector 11.15 a.m. Morning Prayer Sermon: The Rector WEEKDAY EUCHARISTS Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. Wednesday at 7.15 a.m. ' Thursday at 17.00 a.m. PARKDALE FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST 474 Parkdale (just North of Queensway) Pastor: Rev. R. H. Galbraith 729-4022 224-8893 .11.00 a.m. "THE SECRET OF BLESSING" 7.00 p.m. "LOVE REKINDLED" 8.30 p.m. Youth Fellowship GREENBELT BAPTIST CHURCH 2105 Kender Ave. Pastor Cad A. Spence. B.A., M.A. Phone 749-1 777 824-1 163 9.30 a.m. Family Bible Study and Worship. Mr. Gary Lay ol Navigators will be speaking. ' 7.00 p.m. Fellowship Hour Mr. Gary Lay We Are One In The Spirit, One In The Lord. KANATA BAPTIST CHURCH (Baptist Federation 61 Canada) Meeting at the Stephen Leacock Public School, Leacock Drive 10.00 a.m. Morning Worship. 11.00 a.m. Christian Education Hour Special Music Mr. Bruce Bower (nursery available) Minister: Rev. O. A. Cawtleld ALL ARE CORDIALLY" INVITED TO COME NEPEAN BAPTIST CHURCH REV. SAM BERQ 224-6212 10.00 a.m. Sunday School 11.00 a m Morning Worship "ONENESS THROUGH SERVICE" QUEENSWAY WEST BAPTIST CHURCH ' S1 Oreenbank Road A fellowship Baptist Church Rev. Horbert B. Johnston . Tel. (613) 829-0609 . 9 45 p.m. family Bible Hour 1 1 .00 a.m. Morning Service 7.00 p.m. Evening Service TUESOAV 7.30 p.m. Our Prayer and Bible , Study Power Hne - , Preaching Jfsut He Is Lord of alt. WESTBORO . Churchill Avenue at Ravenhill Clergy: The Rev. Dr. C. Daniel Matheson The Rev. Ernest C. Lacasso Organist: Mr. David Davis, B.A., L Mus O.T.C. bus No. 2, Churchill stop After Hours Telephone Number 722-6573 only World Wide Communion t 10.00 a.m. Holy Communion Sermon: "WHOLE EARTH WHOLE PEOPLE' Dr. Matheson Church School and Nursery 1 .00 a.m. Coffee Hour WEDNESDAY 7.30 p.m. Bible Study 8.30 p.m. Prayer and Praise EMMANUEL. UNITED CHURCH 691 Smyth Rd. Mlnislor: Rl. Rev. Wilbur K. Howard, B A., D D.. L.L D. D.U. Choir Director: Mrs. Leone Langer Organist: Mr. Bill Kelzer 9.30 and 11.10am. World Communion Sunday Worship Services Dr. W. K. Howard Preaching Sermon Topic: "Communion Meditation: "NO SUCH THING" Scripture Lesson Galatian 3: 23-29 Sunday Church School at both service and Infant Nursery Coffee and conversation following the service Infant nursery available Take Bus 59 to the door. ST. PAULS-EASTERN UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA Comer ol Daly and Cumberland Minister Rev. J. C. Laadbeater B.A., M.Dtv.. M.Th., M.P.S. Organist: Ronald Mac Donald 11.00 a.m. MORNING WORSHIP Sacrament of Holy Communion 1 1.00 a.m. NURSERY AND CHURCH SCHOOL Coffee and conversation following the service ATTEND THE CHURCH OF ' YOUR CHOICE " THIS SUNDAY . ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH Glebe near Bank ' Rector The Rev. I. Keith Calder Asst. The Rev. Roger Youtg Hon. Clergy Assts. C.C. Conllffe, W. R. GreatreK. W H O. Watson Oganist and Choirmaster. Jonathan Rennert HARVEST THANKSGIVING TRINITY 1 8 6.00 a.m. and 1 1 .30 a.m. Holy Communion 10.00 a.m. Family Service Choral Eucharist with Procession The Rector (10 00 a.m. Church School and Nursery for Ml ages) 7.00 p.m. Choral Evensong and Recital WEEKDAY SERVICES Holy Communion Wednesday 5 30 p.m., Thursday 10.00 a.m., Thursday 7.30 p.m. PARKWOOD Chesterton at Meadow'ands (first block east of Mertvale) Rev. Wm. Palmer, 22&-3946 1 1 .00 a.m. Church Service. Church School and Nursery GLOUCESTER 2582 Hwy. 31 ust south ot Albion Rd. lights Rev. Malcolm A. Caldwell 821-1247 Church Service and Church School 9.30 a.m. Bible Study 7.30 p.m. ST. TIMOTHY'S 2400 Alta Vista Dr. Sunday Worship and Church School 10.30 a.m. Minister: Rev. George Dobie 7334131 ST. GILES CHURCH Bank Street at First Avenue Minister: Rav. Hamlsh M. Kennedy, M A.. B.D. Minister Emeritus: Very Rev. J. Logan-Vencta. O.B.E.. M.A., D.D. Organist and Choir Director: Mr. Peter Andrews 10.30 a.m. grayer Fellowship 1 1 .00 a.m. Nursery, Church School 1 1 .00 a.m. VISITOR'S SERVICE Refreshments and Fellowship following the Service. Everyone Welcome WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN 470 Roosevelt Ave. Interim Moderator: Rev. Dr. Malcolm McCuaig ' . Organist: Mr. H. Bramwell Bailey Quest Speaker: Rev. Frank O'Hara M.A. 11.00 a.m. Public Worship. n COMMUNION dues! Speaker: A. R. Wedderspoon M A,, B O. , ALL WELCOME ' CHURCH OF SAINT BARNABAS Kent and James Streets Rev. C. J. de Cataruaro, Ph.D. Organist and Choirmaster EHtabetn Harwood SIXTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY (Solemnity of Mlchaelmass) 8.30 a.m. HOLY EUCHARIST and address 110 am. PROCESSION AND SOLEMN EUCHARIST Regrtstration for Sunday School after Mass There wttl NOT be Evensong' at 4.30 DAILY MASS: Mon. 7.15, Tues. 10. Wed. 8.30 d m., Thurs. 7.15. Frl. 7. Sat. 9 EVANGELICAL TRUTH APOSTOLIC ORDER CATHOncrn-vnni-w ST, AIDAN'S ELMVALE 955 Winoate Dr.. 733-Sk93 The Rev. Canon J. A. Wisttrs. Tho Ven. Archdeacon R. E. Or cm HARVEST THANKSGIVING AND MICHAELMAS& 7.40 a m. Mattlrw 8 CO a.m. ard 9.20 m Holy Eucharist 1 1 .00 a m. Prrsion and Solemn Eucharist WEEKDAY EUCHAPIST Wed. 10 a.m., Thurs. 730 p.m. For Church Advertising Call 563-3839 i i

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