The Province from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on August 21, 1954 · 27
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Saturday, August 21, 1954
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Minister Describes Assembly Opening The following article on the opening tension rf the World Council of Churches which took place in Evans-ton, in., hat Sunday teas forwarded to The Vancouver Province by a man who has been a United Church minister for the past SO years. He is attending the assembly as a visitor. By REV. ALLAN C. POUND If not the largest, the most representative rally of tfie Christian World took place at Soldier's Field Stad ium, Chicago, III., Aug. 15. Total attendance was estl mated betweeen 125 and 155 thousand. People fitting beside me came 700 miles to attend it. There were part of the 1B2 busses and train loads of visi tors. The weather, music, pageantry end the public address system could not have been better. The opening song service was led by a choir of 2000 voices and 400 instruments. We sang such hymns as "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name" and "Faith of Our Fathers." The highlight of the evening was the procession of over 1500 official delegates marching four abreast for 17 minutes and dividing into two great circles on the oval, half a mile in circumference. Many wore colorful national costumes or clerical robes. They represented some 200,000,000 Christians of the world. In reply to the clear voice of Bishop Baegner of France, one of the World Council presi dents: "From Where You Come," 11 replied: "From 161 member Top Scouter To Pay Visit 1 A top official of the Canadian Boy Scouts will make a one-day visit to Vancouver during a whirlwind inspection tour of B.C. next month. G. G. Purkis, assistant executive commissoner for training, will arrive in B.C. from Ottawa Sept 1, and visit the provincial council here Sept. 15. His 17-day provincial tour will Include visits to Scout groups on Vancouver Island, AlbernI district, the Okanagan, East Howe Sound, Similkameen Valley and Shuswap Lake. churches, from 48 countries, on four continents." The distinguished speakers from three high golden colored towers emphasized the "Mighty Works of God," in ancient and modern times, proclaimed the World Council theme: "Christ, the Hope of the World." Heralded by the buglers from the four vast temple like structures in the four corners of the stadium, 170 trained performers presented the leading events of Bible history. Illuminated only by 15 searchlights they were costumed in flowing robes of lavender, light blue, olive green and gold. The drama was staged on and around a vast low pyramid platform in the centre of the immense oval of green grass. Directed by a narrator, accompanied by music, the Creation, the "Word Made Flesh," and finally the new heavens and the new earth were dramati cally presented. five choirs directed this music, one near the center and four in each corner of the vast stadium. As the music came from each area in turn, a soft red light appeared in each temple structure. During the pageant, the Gen eral Confession and the Lord's Prayer were repented by us all. The only inconvenience was that 100,000 of us could not be accommodated at the only res taurant within half 'a mile of the stadium and we contented ourselves with ice cream. peddled among the crowd. - That, however, was a mere trifle compared to the thrilling experience of being part of the greatest religious service we ever attended or that many of us would ever witness again in our lifetime. (joJ HJlio Sg uuet Upright & 7:10 Temperance t Film Shown In Churches Rev. Del Grant or SeattJe, Washington, will present 1 the dramatic sound film, "Power of Decision" in several Vancouver churches this weekend. Rev. Mr. Grant, a nationally known worker among youth and servicemen for the past 20 years in Canada, the U.S., Alaska, and Pan American wi show the film Saturday evening at the Clayburn Youth Camp, Abbotsford. , The film will also be shown Sunday morning at the Naza rene Church, Nineteenth and Kingsway at 10 a.m. Temple Corps of the Salvation Army will watch a ' showing Sunday evening. Rev. Mr. Grant has just come from Vancouver Island where he visited, churches, Sunday Schools, and Youth Camps. "Power of Decision," has been presented over 300 times in Washington State. Also Rev. Mr. Grant gives free showings in reform schools, hospitals, schools and penal in stitutions. Loral showings will help sponsor this activity. "Youth Morale Work" is the topic to be discussed by Rev, Mr. Grant at Glad Tidings Temple, Cambie and Dunsmuir, Tuesday night. Battalion Marks Date Fortieth anniversary of the mobilization of the 28th North west Battalion will be com- morated in Regina Oct. 30. Vancouver members of the battalion able to attend are asked to contact Walter Jones, 45 Grenfell Apartments, Regina, Sask. Further information can be obtained from H.C. Bull, FA 4826R. Churches UNITED Bearnnsfleld Rev. Joseph Herd- Man, ll a.m. pulpit guest, Kev. c H. Ballard. Capllane Rev. Edward Smith, fUesi preacner at n:ou a.m. Chawn Memorial (Cambie at Nineteenth) Rev. G. Stanley Pack-ham, Rev. H. Stewart Forbes In rharse. 11 a.m.. "Tha Chrlit of ChrUtlan Experience"; 7:30 p.m. Not lor Bale." Dunbar Heights (Twenty - fourth and Colllnfwood) .Rev. H. S. Clug- ton, 8:45 ana n a.m., -wnen jesua Comei." No evening aervtce. Vint Tnlteil (Oflre and Haatlnrs) Rev. H. M. Morrow, Aaaoclate Mlnlater. 11 a.m. ana 7:do p.m., guest preacher. Rev. Thomas T Oliver ot St. Jamea United. ay f..unk Rev. G. A. MC' Mechan. 11 a.m, worship service at Wilson Heights Grace (SOS Eaat Sixteenth) Rev. T. D. Barnett. 11 a m., "Tha Conquering Stride," NO. 3 In series sug- gesieu oy jcinyu viih. . ring service. auidvlew Rev. A. G. Atkins 11 am, "God Known or Un known"? Mo evening servlca. u. (Hutlncs and Fentle- ! ftev. Adam Crisp. 11 a.m.. "to,. Eternal Guarantee," soloist Mrs. Erie Anderson. Highlands - Rev. R. W. Brya. 11 a m. Guest preacher, Rev. C. Flnnemore, "Reflectors ot the Best. Knox (Balaclava and rerttetta)- a rt Wnnlfrev. Dr. A. E tirvi'i.h'mi.a fnrmerlv of Mctrop61l- lan United, Victoria. Is preaching at Knox (luring August, Guest soloist til ' - N unlntr service. ttrUCV JVCimcu. 'V - m u.mnl (BJitv-seventh at Hud- ' ... ru r i.. Bishop. 11 a m s.v. t. W. Reed. No evening service. MoanUIn View-Rev. G. K King. 31 a.m. morning worship, conducted toy Mr. 8. r. RlcketU. No evening aervlc. Nerth lensfcle Rev. Edward Bmlth, gueat preacner at iu a.m mrvU - (Klxtr-thlrd and St. fieerge) Rev. B. H. Wallace. 11 a.m, "The world-Wide Element In Religion." No evening service. Behsoa Memorial (Wghteenlh and Fleming Rev. W. R. Welch. 11 a.m.. Morning Worship. Ihhm (rartr-flfth and Tew) Rev. M. W. Stevenson. Rev. Dr. Wallace, guest preacher. 11 a.m. The Purpose of Church Attendance" 7:30 p.m, "Where We Live." Sanferd Memorial Rev. Dr. D. H. Telfer, guest preacher at 11 ajn. Rt. Giles (Forty-first and Elisabeth) Rev. George H. Hamilton. 11 a m, "Let tha Dead Bury Their Dead"; 7:30 p.m, "Prisons and ralaces," preacher at both services Rev. E. Leslie Best Rt Jena's (Come and Brongh-toni Rev. Keith Woollard. 11 a.m, "Who's a Pharisee?"; 7:30 P.m, "Why Ont Christ and Many Churches?" Trinity -a- Bev. A. Rutherford. 11 a.m. "To Conquer Is not Enough. i Tnlverslty Mill Chancellor) Re. R. W. Henderson. 41 a.m. Morning Worship. Taneeaver Heights (Albert aad Inglete. North Bnrnahy) Hew. N. Dermntt Mdnnes, 11 a.m, "Turning Sorrow Into Joy." - West Bnmaky mtI-Rev. H. E. Morton will nreach at both services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Weot faint Grey (Eighth and Telmte) Rev. R. E. Vlpnnd, visiting minister, 11 a m, "When Your Faith la at Halt Mast"; 7:30 p.m, "Breaking Down the Middle Wall." Wllllngdoa Heights remmnnlty '(Madlaon and Parker, North Bor-ey Rev. A. O. Carr. 11:15 a.m, morning worship, Wllsea Heights Rev. R. J. Love. 11 a.m, "The Christian Life." Windsor Rev. T. C. Colwell. 11 a m, "The Pastor's trip to Europe," continued. No evening service. Elea I W a m, Sunday School and Bible rum: 11 am, "Walk Worthy of Ouist," Mr. Allan Dawe; t HO p.m.. 'John Mark," Rev. W. R Welch. Thursday, S p m, prayer meeting. List Sund BAPTIST Broadway West (Seventh and Colllngwood) Rev. Stanley Smith, h:io a.m. sunaay scnooi; ji a.m "Possessing Our Possessions"; 7:30 p.m. 'The Proud Man Humbled, ine HumDiea Man txnaiiea." Calvary (Twenty-second and MI looet Pastor B. Hlllmer, 9:30 a.m. sunaay acnooi: u a.m. urowns' 7:30 p.m. Gospel Songtlme, "The Wheat and the Tares.' ' Dunbar Heights (Seventeenth and crown) Kev. Jonn B. Klcnards, Rev. Raymond de la Haye, guest preacner at ll a.m. and r.n p.m, lie la a missionary from Nigeria. First Baptist North Vancouver Twelfth and St. Georce a) Rev, David H. Kerr, guest speaker at coin services, nev. victor -Ron, rirst Baptist, West Vancouver (Flfteenlh and Duchess) Kev. J, C. A. Barton, 9:45 a.m. Sunday scnooi; ll a.m. and 7:30 p.m, Kev. Arthur Hadley of Regina. Grandvlew (First and Salsbury) Rev. R. F. Filer, 11 a.m. "A Spir itual Church"; 7:30 p.m. "A Study in Keai tstaie." Hillside (Lower Keith Road, North Vancouver) Kev. Duncan Ritchie, 8:45 a.m. Sunday School, worship services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Topic of meditations, "Baptism, Its Place and Meaning." Wednesday, 8 p.m. Fellowship Hour. Kerrlsdals Rev. Robert Hamil ton, gueat speaker Rev. Orvllle Daniel, 11 a.m. "The Freedom of the Gospel"; 7:30 p.m. 'The Outreach of the Cross", film, "Regions Beyond." Klllarney Park (Kerr Street) Rev. H. H. Janson. 10 a.m. Sunday School; il:io a.m, guest speaker Dr. jti, ueaaei. Mi mole (Seventy-first and Mont calm) Kev. Howard C. Phillips, 11 a.m. Morning Worship; 7:30 p.m. Gospel Service. 9:45 a.m. Sunday scnooi. Oakrldga Regular (Forty-flrot at Willow) Rev. Lorlmer G. Baker, ll a.m. A rtw Testament Ministry"; 7:30 p.m. "What God Delights in. Renfrew Rev. F. X Carter, 11 a.m. iuest preacher. Rev. Georse Slade, formerly with China Inland Mission; 7:30 p.m. Mr. Ronald Slade. South Hill (Fiftieth and Fraser) Rev. William Bwiney, ll a.m. "A True Love Story"; 7:30 p.m. "A Volet from the Great Beyond.' Ward Memorial (Ramloona and render) Kev. m. k. Brown, Jl a.m. Kltlmat Opportunities," guest prearher Rev. T. E. Roberts; 7:30 p.m. "Our Gladness or cods For giveness." West Point Grey Rev. R. C. Standerwlck, 10 a.m. Church School; ll a.m. "Our Dutv to one Anntner"; 7:15 p.m. "A Lamp tot Nightfall"; 8:30 p.m. BYPU. SALVATION ARMY Monnt Pleasant 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. services ronducted bv Lt. Col. and Mrs. William Oaks (R). Vancouver Temole 7:30 P.m. Memorial service conducted by Ma- or Ivan Halsey In trlhute ti the ate Mrs. Major J. Hlgdon (R). Services OTHERS Bethel CRnrrb RCEH (Earlea Raul and Mnrlevl Pastor S H Gear, U a.m. Mr. Ken Weir; 7:30 p.m. Mr. Gordon Morgan, Bethel Evangelical Free Chnrrh Kev. e. oiann, 11 a.m. "The Rlgnt- ness and Wronghess or Money' 7:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Erlcson, guest speaker. Benlah Reaena Mission (St Water atreet Evangelist T. Collins, sun day services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Weeknlghtt at t p.m. Caaadlaa Temple af tha Mora ADnndant Life (las Eaet EleventK) Rev. Wm. Franklin Wolsey will nreach at ll a.m. Evenlnt service conducted by Irla Holmes, 7:30 pm. Metropolitan Tabernacle Rev. W. M. Robertson, 11 a.m. "Satan and Saint," broadcast over CJOR; 7:30 p m. "United Church." Sixteenth and Mardenald Oeeael Ball g;4S a.m. Sunday School; PRESBYTERIAN t'rntral (1100 Thorlowt Rev. J. O. Denny will conduct services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Falrvlew Rev. L. S. Van Mossel, guest minuter, 11 .m. "A Servant of Jesus Christ'; 7:30 p.m. "The Whole Duty of Man.", Highland (710 East Tenth) Rev, Wallace Nicholson, 11 a.m. Gaelic service; 7:30 p.m. English Service. Knox Hnnrarian (IIS Eaat Twenty -fourth) Rev. Fredrick Metzgur, 11 a.m. Hungarian Service. Mount Pleasant (20S West Tenth) Rev. F. G. St. Denis, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m, services conducted by Mr. S. L. McCracken, Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Robertson (Napier and Salsbury) Rev. E. L. Garvin, 11 a.m. 'The Two Stars"; 7:30 p.m. "This Generation," Major Hammond, special speaker. - St. Andrewa and St. Stephen's (Twenty-seventh and Chesterfield, North Vancouver) Rev. J. O'NclI Denny, 9:45 a.m. Sunday School; 11 a.m. Morning Service conducted oy Kev. J. hi i'Tizeu. St. Columba Mr. Kenneth Weir, guest speaker, 11 a.m. Morning Ser- . . I .... . , 'j n nM r.Mnu. , i . l , irfiv y.ui. .vciiiug civile St, Paul's Rev. Harold Grove. ll a.m. Morning service, fit. Stephen's (North Vancouver) Kev. j. K. rnzen, guest speaker, 11 a.m. "The Shortest Verse In the Bible: Illustrating a characteristic of Jesus." Vancouver Helrhts Rev. More lsnd Kennedy. 11 a.m. "The Social Gospel Outmoded." No evening service. West Point Grey - Rev. James Ing Sure of the God Will Take t . ' "I SSL Dll. FRANKLIN HALL 11:15 a.m. Lord's Supper; 7 JO p.m. ?. Tuesa Itursday, Mr. W. Cummin Bible ttudy. Prayer. uesday g p.m. v pm. St, Raphael's liberal Catholic Rev. H. J. Barnev. II a.m. "Wor shiping In Spirit aad la Truth, .... Evans, 11 a.m. "Making Sure of the Future"; 7:30 p.m tare of lou." West Vanconver 'J4.1l Marine Drive) Rev. H. A. Berlis, 11 a.m. Morning service. LUTHERAN A d tust an a (King Edward and Ontario) Andrew G. Clunas, Interim preacher. '11 a.m. Divine Worship, "Opportunities Wasted." Bethlehem (Fifteenth and Sophia) Rev. Fred T. Gabart, 11 a.m. "In the Public Eye." Danish Rev. E. Brynjolfsson, 11 a.m. Service In Danish. Dunbar Evangelical (Thirty-first at Colllngwood Rev. H. C. Sat re, 11 a.m. Divine Worship. "How Long Shall We Remain Blind r Faith (4t7 Eaat Hastings) Pastor Paul Helberg Olson. 11 a m. Communion service, "Clean Hearts." First Lutheran Rev. A. B. H. Hagen, 8:30 a.m. Evangelical Lutheran Hour, CJOR; 9:30 and 11 a.m. Identical worship services, speaker Mr, O. Lokken. German Evangelical Rev. Kurt H. Marx, 5 p.m. Service In German In Danish Lutheran Church. 4:15 p.m. "Kindergottesdlenst." Grace (J00S Nelson, South Bnr-aabv) Rev. H. W. Dlers, 9:43 a.m. Sunday School; 11 am.. Worship Service, 'That All Men May Hope." Teelandie Rev. E. S. Brvnlnlfasnn. 1 p.m. English service In the Danish Church. Martin Lather (SOS East Forty- sixth) Rev. V. Rothenherger, 9:45 a.m. Sundav Srhonland German Service; 11:15 a.m. English Service; 3 p.m. Sundsy School ricnle at South Memorial Park. Nldaroe (Carnarvon and Merri-vale. New Westminster) Rev. I. J. Saugen, Jl a.m. Momlng Worship. Honest Youngster Returns $170 In Wallet. The honesty of 14-yer old boy saved K. P. Galloway, 2725 West Thirty-sixth, $170. Fred Pusch of 1308 Haro found Galloway's wallet containing; the money in parking lot in the 1400 block West Pender. Galloway, in Victoria on business, doesn't know about his good fortune yet. Fred turned the money over to police who are holdinf it until his return. Lecturer To Speak At Temple Dr. Franklin Hall, San Diego, Calif., author and lecturer begins a series of sermons at Glad Tidings Temple, Cambie and Dunsmuir, tonight at 8 p.m The meetings will continue each evening except Monday and a mass rally will be held Sunday afternoon. Author of seven books, Dr, Hall is an authority on "Fly ing Saucers ' and will speak on them Sunday afternoon and evening. At this time he will also display actual pictures of these mystery space ships. Dr. Hall has just come from Mount Paloma where the pic tures were made and will tell of the "interview with the space men." Tuesday, Dr, Hall will speak on ' tidal waves, tornadoes, and earthquakes in relation to atomic bomb blasts." Dr. Hall is a former aviator and airplane designer. Ern Baxter Will Tour Six Countries Pastor W. J. Ern Baxter will speak at all services Sunday in Evangelistic Tabernacle, 85 East Tenth before leaving Monday for an extended speaking tour of Portugal, Italy, India, Israel, Turkey and Germany. Mr. Baxter is chairman of the "Committee for World Christian Service," and will investigate relief needs in several of these countries. He will be gone at least two months and will be accompanied by Rev, William Branham of Jef fersonville, la. This is the third missionary trip abroad for these two men who will also conduct evangelistic campaigns during their absence.. Baron W. T. von Blomberg will travel with them to study relief needs in the various countries. During the absence of Mr. Baxtor, Bishop K. C. Pillai of Indiana will conduct all serv ices until the end of September. Rev. E. C. Erickson of Deluth, Minn, will take the services dur ing October. City Minister At Institute G. Hayden Stewart, minister of Central Christian Church Vancouver, last week attended the Chicago Ecumenical Insti tute, centred on the University of Chicago campus and held immediately prior to the open ing of the second assembly of the World Council of Churches The meetings were, sponsored by the Federation of Theological Schools Disciples Divinity House, Chicago Theological Seminary, the Divinity School and Meadvllle Theological School Church leaders irom many countries are in the United Stales for the second assembly of the World Council of Churches in Evanston and many of them attended these semin aries in Chicago. Mr. Stewart described his experience at the institute as being "very rewarding. He is now attending the as sembly of the World Council of Churches and will return to Vancouver early in September. Assembly Theologians Discuss Supreme Issue : EVANSTON, III. "Where cah we go from here?" the world's Christian leaders are asking. They can give jio common answer, however, until all agree on the supreme issue: "Where does God want us to go from here? That is the question that four leading theologians of Anglican, Baptist, Lutheran and Greek Orthodox persuasion looked at Tuesday night in Evanston, at the Second Assembly of the World Council of Churches. They shared the common con viction that an answer must be given because Christianity has reached a turning point in world history. : The statement for the World Council of Churches' discussion of "our oneness in Christ and our disunity as churches was given by the Rev. Canon Oliver S. Tomkms, warden of Lincoln (England) Theological College, at the opening plenary, session of the commission on faith and order. Canon Tamkins, an Anglican delegate, outlined the commission's program: To keep before churches their "essential . oneness" in Christ and their obligation to manifest that unity. To study questions of doc trine and worship. To study reasons for the movement toward church unity and resulting problems - in church relationships. To provide information for churches wishing to take steps toward reunion. These ecumenical "ground rules" were laid out at a Lund (Sweden) .conference on faith and order in 1052. Archbishop Yngve T. BrilioWi of Upsala, Sweden, primate of the Church of Sweden (Lu-heran) presided at the evening meeting. He is the commission's chairman. The Lund conference was termed both "dead end" and a "new epoch" in ecumenicity, Bishop Nygren said. To the bishop, however, it was a challenge to soft pedal the "peculiar conceptions" of separate denominations and to proceed to the very centre of the Christian faith the doctrine that all Christians are in the body of Christ. To deny that there is "only one body of Christ, only one church of Christ" is to deny God's ability to answer prayer, he pointed out. He added: "The church of Christ is already a unity, and only because that is true does ecumenical work have promise." Eisenhower Visits. Council In Evanston EVANSTON, 111. (INS) -President Eisenhower, who visited the World Council of Churches, assembly In Evanston Thursday shared the spotlight with a controversy over the assembly's main theme "Christ, the hope of the world." A crowd of 25,000 persons was expected to pack Deering Mea dow for the half-hour program at which President Eisenhower appeared. Meanwhile, 750 delegates and advisers met in 15 groups to thrash out differences arising over the meaning of the main theme and what message the council will send to its 163 denominations in 48 nations representing some 170,000,000 Christians of Protestant and Orthodox faiths. A division among European and American clergymen was revealed Monday when a preparatory commission's report was presented in two different lights by a German and an American theologian. The basic point of argument is whether Christ is the hope of the present world, as viewed by the Americans, or the hope of Christians in the world hereafter, as European theologians interpret it. THI VANCOUVfR PROVING!. Saturday, Aujuit 21, 1954 BIBLE QUIZ "GARDENS AND FLOWERS" By MAY C. SMITH . ' 1. Does the Bible say that Eve gave Adam, an apple to eat in the Garden of Eden? 2. In which book of the Bible is the Church likened to garden? S. Which O.T. character wanted his neighbor's property for a "garden of herbs?" 4. What famous garden was "over the Brook Cedron?" 5. Who thought the risen Lord was the gardener? 8. What does the Psalmist say: "flourishcth as a flower of , the field?" 7. How many gardens are mentioned by name In the Bible? 8. Who was buried in Joseph's garden? 9. In which two books of the Bible is the word "garden" most frequently used? 10. Did Isaiah, Ezekiel or Joel say: "The land that vas desolate is become like the Garden of Eden?" ANSWERS 1. No Gen. 3:18; 2, The Song of Solomon Song of Sl. 5:1; 3, Ahab I Kings 21:2; 4. the Garden of Gethsemane John 18:1; 5, Mary John 20:15; 6, Man Psalm 103:15; 7, the Garden of Eden,' the Garden of Uzza (2 Kings 21:18, 26), and the Garden of Gethsemane, also less specific, the King's Garden (Solomon's); 8, Jesus John 19:41; 9, the Song of Solomon and Isaiah; 10, Ezekiel Ezek. 36:35. Other Churches SUNDAY SERVICES 9:45 a.m. S.S. and Bible Classes 11:10 a.m. Breaking of Bread 7:30 p.m. Gospel Servlca MR. GEORGE WATMOUGH A special invitation is extended to visitors at this evening service. Thurs., 8 p m. Prayer and MlnUtry MR. GEORGE STEWART South Main Gospel Hall Corner 66th and Mala MEETING ON LORD'S DAY 10:30 a.m. Breaking of Bread 12:30 p.m. Sunday School 7:30 p.m. Gospel Servlct Tuesday, 8 p.m. Ministry, Friday, 8 p.m. Prayer. A HEARTY WELCOME AWAITS YOU invilla Av. SUNDAY SERVICES 9:45 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Classes '11:00 a.m.MR. S. SHANNON 12 Noon Breaking of Bread. 7:30 p.m. MR. W. W. REID Other Churches Other Churches COVENANT TABERNACLE 111 W. Bmadwar Pastor: H. KOBINSOV 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 7:30 p.m. REV. C. E. BATZOLD, (Jurat Speaker. ir Westminster, S p.m. Rev, Batiald, Covenant Tabernacle, 43S 7th St. ' UNITY CENTRE ltl Robson Street. Phone MA Mtt Leader: Rev. T. Conway Jones SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE IN CENTRE. 11 O'CLOCK "THE MECHANICS OF MIND" Soloist Ernest i. Colton Rev. T. Conwsy Jones will speak over Radio Station CKMO Sunday morning : to lu o ciocit. All weekly meetings and classes held In Centre. 1216 Robson Street Other Churches CHRISTADELPHIAN CAMBRIAN HALL Seventeenth Ave. and Main St. SUNDAY, 7:30 p.m. "WHAT THINK YE OF CHRIST" SPEAKER MR. G. NEWTON. ALL WELCOME The Holiness Movement Church ISth Ave. and Main Street Rev. i. H. Southcombe (Pastor) Services It a.m., 1:30 and 7:30 p.m. SPECIAL SPEAKERS; Rev. E. H. Childerhose, Gen. Supt. and Rev. T. J. Ellis ALL ARE WELCOME. FIRST UNITED SPIRITUALIST CHURCH JIM Plna St. Rev. K. I. Charlton DE SJ71L Sunday, 2:45 p.m. Healing and Clalrvoyanre: 7:30 .p.m., REV. MRS. DRINKWATER and MRS. COATES. i mirsaay, 8 p.m, REV. ADA GAR' RAD, BETHANY TABERNACLE 4TH AND MACDONALD PASTOR W. t. FRIESEN 9:45 a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL. 11:00 a.m. JONATHAN nnd HIS ARMORBEARER. 7:30 p.m. FOUR LOOKS TOWARD awjxJM. Tues. and Frl, at 8:00 p.m. DR. THEODORE H. EPP t Director of the BACK TO THE BIBLE BROADCAST of Lincoln, Nebraska. 7:30 p.m. ( Alliance Tabernacle ; 10th and Ontario EVANGELISTIC TABERNACLE Corner Tenth Arena and Qnebee St. Paslor W. J. ERN. BAXTER Speaks Twie 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. p.m. Tabernacle Time" aver CKMO. Pastar W. i. Era Baxter Assistant Pastor Jamea H. Wchells Pastor Baxter wfll leave aa Monday far aa steaded epeaklns; tear, which will taha him to Fortes al, Italr, India, Israel, Tar key and Oaimaar. Visit Any of Our Centres . . . A Welcome Awaits You! Sun. 11 a.m., 7:30 p.m. All Centres TEMPLE, Core at Hastings. MT. PLEASANT, 7th (West Main) HEIGHTS, 3970 East Hastings. SOUTH HILL, Fraser at 42nd. GRANDVIEW. Comm'l at Kitchener. KITSILANO, 10th Ave. and Vine. NORTH VAN., 543 Lonsdale. I JEW DANIEL'S PRAYERS! Somrthlnf frlthtmlns Is bappenlof la HNEELANDI lu, 1:30 p.m. Morning Wonhlp 11 a.m. Bsndoy school and Adolt Class at S.-4S MARK PITH, Pastor Victoria aod Blognrsr NATIVE PASTOR FROM KENYA, AFRICA Hear SHEM I RANGE A man with a metiagt ALSO Missionary V. R. MORRISON, Kenya, Africa 7:30 p.m. 1 BROADWAY TABERNACLE 1363 West Broadway 11:00 a.m. "A HINDRANCE TO ANSWERED PRAYER." 10:00 a.m. Sunday School. 6:45 p.m. Broadcast, CKMO. ALL WELCOME CM an CTtxmnjp m .y. ffc... :45 Sunday School l!:0-.The Overflowln Snlrlt" "KEEPING GOD'S APPOINTMENTS" I.. ?EV- JAMES E. DAVEY God is blessing the ministry of this gifted Irish preacher and evangelist. Hear him at both Services Sunday. Great Evangelistic rally Sunday night-come early. ' NATIONAL MEMORIAL SPIRITUALIST CHURCH Harmon Hall, 16AS W. Broadway Pastor, Rev. B. Oaulton Bishop Run. 7:31) p.m. Address by Mr. H. Pst-trnnn. Clairvoyants: Bey. B. Ganlton RtHfcop., Sun. 3:30 p.m. Spiritual Hettlne. and Messagt Servlct. Vlsl'ors cordially wslcomed. Ph. CH. S124 Pastor E. W. Robinson BROADWAY TABERNACLE ' 1363 W. Broadway 11:00 a.m. JUNE DEACON Returned Missionary from Kenya, , Africa 7:30 p.m. REV. C. LYNN District Superintendent 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 6:15 p.m. Broadcast CKKO FREE METHODIST CHURCH lth and Carolina St. 9.45 SUNDAY SCHOOL 11:00 "WHAT IS THE HOLY SPIRIT?" . 7:30 "FOLLOW ME" Leslie Whitehead, Minister GOSPEL CENTRE PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH 46th and Main St. ' Pastor: REV J. M. MacLEAN IN CAMP MEETING, CRESCENT, B.C. August 22nd to 3 1st, ind. Following services only during above period-Sunday 11 a.m. DEVOTIONAL Sunday School 9:45 a.m. mmm 63 West Broadway FA. 9060-315 (Sundays; EM 9519 Bandar, Aasjnst t 2:45 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. "Rim Of The Wheel" "God's Search" THE CANADIAN TEMPLE OF THE MORE ABUNDANT LIFE Main and Eleventh Avenue Rev. Wm. Franklin Wolsey. B P.D., D.D Sc.M., Ph.D. (Taylor University of Bio t-sycho-Uynamie Sciences) Mrs. Owynevare Carer Directum, af Music THE RELIGION OF LIFE AT BOTH MORNING AND EVENING SERVICES APOSTOLIC CHURCH OF PENTECOST 2234 South Granville Street Hear MISSIONARY P. HANSON JONES SUNDAY, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., WEEK NIGHTS, S p.m. Rev. Jones spent 17 years in China and 3 years in Si am, Malaya, Formosa and Japan. Pastor: WM. G. THOMPSON v PUBLIC LECTURES John S. Eason Friday, Auk. 27 Paris Undermines Western (8 p.m.) Peace Structure. Sunday, Aug. 29 phenomenal Manifestations (3 p.m.) Heralding the New Age. Friday, Sept. 3 Western Powers on the (8 p.m.) Defensive. Holy Trinily Parish Hall Admission Free (10th and Pine) Collection First Foursquare Church M KIXGSWAT RET. WABBEtt JOHVSOX, raster 45 SUNDAY SCHOOL 1:13 P.M. RADIO-CJOR 11:00 A.M. Y025HIP SERY1CE 7:30 P.M. EVAKGEU5TIC SERVICE Wednesday and Friday Services p.m. A WELCOME TO ALL 33 mi 4fa 'i:fawi: Mil I i ) ft la 03 am GLAD TIDINGS TEMPLE CAMBIE lc DUNSMUIR TONIGHT and EVERY KIGHT 8 P.M. " AFTERNOONS 5U.l-lUES.IH3UfPI.2:39 The Great Deliverance Ministers Testify that Dr. Hall wat God's Instrum.rit in Stertinf them. Dr. Hall is a recognized authority on FLYING SAUCERS THIS IS YOU OPPORTUNITY

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