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fctjtaaa frmi Sunday. January, 22, Iv6f Baptist Associational Youth Fellowship Will Meet Sunday Night 'Providence Of God 1 Is Subject Services V.-.U b? h---ld at S* ; Mark's Meihwiisi Church at S:45 ; a.m. and lfl-55 a.m. Sunday with' Dr. Wayne H. McCieskr-y preach-,' in;; of] the ihc-.Tje "Tne Providence Of God." At the i-arly service ti>e Chancel i Choir will sing. At the st-cansi sen-- i ;«• thp Youth Choir wil! sins;. Or-: ganists v.lii be Mrs. W. F. Tatc-: a/xi Mrs. C. P.. Martin. The Sunday School, directed by : \V-rnon Gv««"!n. RAV French and] , W, B. James. ^11 me*t in s" . and departments at a.m. Youth sctivjtifcs for Sunday be : - : gin fet 4:.% p.m. wish choir re-j hearsa!. Both Senior and lutr-r- [ mediate Youth Ff;Uos«ijps meet | at 5:30 p.m. for programs, supper ' and recreation. At 5:45 p.m. the; Junior and Prirr.ar/ Choirs meet ! in their departments for rehears- ; al. ! The Sunday ser%-jce will begin • at 7 p.m. with Re*.-. Donald Good- j win preaching on the subject "You • Te'l About Him." Special music sh rum Continues Series I St. John's Methodist Church will •'!*<'<•> Mc'tii be continuing its observarvv- <:•', Th? \\' i'.\Iethodism's Miss-ion to the Wond. 1 --" s ' ::i vice - president: Wanda 1 son. s e c r e i ;i r \ ; Fay,: and Clou Derrtu, - '.;-c:iSuiv :st Church for teachers.! •:> w.ii (_-cr.::n"..'i ;h-;r fihis Sunday with the pasiur of tht study en "S;:iV ,,-, B<-nda:V ;.;• K'. church, the Rev. Everett Shram, ; a.m. Tuesday uixi-:!' the li.tjvi'ship 'continuing a series of sermons on ° ; ' -'- rs - ••-• ^- Bridies. Prior to; the theme. Tne choir will be un-;''he study Mrs. Gt<:>rge Eik'r.der r dcr the dirtcuon of the ntrw choir :».;! Jcaa the- V\^O» Pra\i/r £rouj director, Murray Alewein. | at 9:1 j a.m. run n Sunday night, accoriii:i^ to the • The Commission on finance. 1 (flm Ku «PW ices observing toe "Marks of A'-Jarr^s Ro<irk discuss with the.' , tT .. ,™. „. _. f . ~ j< • • Methodist." The pastor svi]i lv>: commission the total obligations of ^ Thmgs rnat Arc God s preaching on this theme across : itovar.:ish;p in the church, and - n11 be ^ morning stewardship .the next five weeks. Mrs. Bill begin to lay plans for UK- Every .sermon subject for Rev. James j Schubert will bring Lhe special ;Me;::bt\" Car.vass and the draw- Brannen of the Old River Ter- -r I ODIC r Walton To Direct Songfest The Associational Youth feliow- ship of the area Baptist churches will meet at 8:45 p.m. this Sun- ij' day at tlie Second Baptist Church, '-••'>'1 j Fifth and James streets. ,; ; '"1j i ^r-..iu ir ..~~— -* _~— -.. J — h r*! -Lvywul, ^^ ,/tLti.s iri. ct£C utju Up, ;>fc"j!;have attended these gatherings, "*' designed to foster Christian fel- ilowship among the Baptist youth !in this area, in numbers up to 250. ! The program this Sunday night :will include a speech chorus se>, _ ! lection by the youth of Memorial o£ than- TERRY STEPHENS, 28, will ! Baptist Church, directed by Mrs. lead the choirs and congregH- ! Walter Fitzpatrick. c on the tional singing at the Memorial I A ukelf.le duet will be featured, ship of Robf-n Ed.;-ar will be x.y- and Evangelism wnh Ken Brink- same subject will be "Oar Lives." Baptist Church, this Sunday. He jand songs will be led by Rector ing pians to host the city-wide ley as chairman will meet on ^ ^ Moseiev wil' b° ; r. charge is a nzttvt of Austin and comes iWalton, minister of education at leadership training school for i Thursday at 7 p.m. to begin toi" f ' J.V-- ' J ' . ", " ". tills Sunday from the Lakeside 'the First Baptist Church. Methodists on March 6. 7. and S. i lay thea- plans for the observance a aismounng pledge cards anu Bap(ist Q,\, r ch Dalfas, where i Get-acquainted games will be di- The school whicli will have as : oi Holy \Y«-k in the church. ;envelopes following the morning, he is presently music • youth |reeled by Don Cannata, minister its coal the training of leaders for: Classes of the church school who service. i director. " i . - •• = . >' =-i r>~-..-.. work in the Sunday School and;have recently elected new officers; — added sessions of the church' are the Beacon Class taught by! School will have the Conference 'Noah Smith. The class elected Staff of the Texas Conference of i.John Bryant, president; Noah 'of education at Memorial Baptist Diocesan Council Will Be Held FOREIGX STUDENTS will speak to Bap- ti«t Brotherhood- Gaest speakers for Bav- ' be presented by the Junior, town's Memorial Baptist Church Brolher- <-^sr. j hood,, at 6:80 pjn. Tuesday, art: (left to Sam Eramlett. chairman of ush-! right) Haries Conr. f. of H. Baptist Student ers. will be assisted at the sen--: fnJon Director. Arihlko Xachigami. of Tokvo, ices by George Binder, Byrt Kaig- •• — • — : — 5er and T. T." Peck. and Tiburcio A\ila, from Mexico, with Rev. Arthur L. Jordan, pastor of the church. A Christian culture exchange project was recently adopted by the Memorial Brotherhood to encourage members of the church to have foreign students in their home*. Stewart Is Moderator Of Presbytery Hugh Stewart, prominent Bay-' town Presbyterian layman, has! been named moderator of the Gulf ; Coast Presbytery'. 1 Stewart is an elder at the First j Presbyterian Church in Bay-town! and also is a trustee of the con-j gregation. I One of the duties of the nev;j N Why Go To Church?' Is Rev. Steeie's Topic Rev. Watson To Be Guest Speaker rh,T™.hV" ot H, iPi"ir ; i» • Blshc 'P °' ^P Diocese, will as acolytes. J. E. Boydell and; The choir, cfirei CnurWl. at Uie,'-'"">-"''=• nrPSirip nt thf KP^cinnc 3rr! «-iil Umrai-,1 AT "k'pv ivill sot-vo n« ir\iv\randnr1f \v-ifh jV (will be preaching 3:50 a.m. Sunday^Rev. Lloyd!nights to complete plans for the a training: session for ail the work-!"Why Go To ers in the KMC. Junior Choir; 10:45 a.m. sen-ice. : Watson, minister ol the Bellairej every member canvass The choir : Christian Church witt be guest: directed by Charles Forque and accompanied bv Mrs. Carl Bush. at First Chnsuan. . win also meet unth the com- : .«n ^ ng an anthem . . rqittees Friday and Saturday. At 3 p.m. Sunday there will be Cherub Choir Will Sing At St. Paul's Methodist ... , . . A , \\eanesclay at 9 a.m the execu- practice will be at 3 p.m. Food; The- combined Chapel and Sane- j five committee of the Woman's So- and Fellowship at 6 p.m.. Groupituary choirs, directed by Bill-ciety of Christian Sen-ice will Meetings at 6:45 p.m. and church I Schubert, with Mrs. Keith King .meet at the church and at 10 a.m. j Trinity Episcopal Church wil! be'Goddard, Suffragan Bishop. Thej The Rev. Michael P. Thompson ; represented by H. A. Garner, L.: opening service on Thursday wills will preach at the 9:15 a.m. Fam!A. \VUkie. J. R. Lander and G. L. 'be at 8 p.m. in the Moody Audi- ; ily Setvicc. R. C. Halter will be j Walmsley at the lll'th Annual . toriujn with the Rt. Rev. Henry j the Lay Reader, with Hank B«\ Diocesan Council to be held at, Irving Louttit, D.D., Bishop of i thea, Bill Sharp, Joe Viles, David j Trinity Church. Galveston on Jan, South Florida, as the preacher. iMassey. Gerald Under, Clifford 26. 27, and 28. : The Rector, Rev. P. Walter iHammons, and Buddy Garvey at ; Alternate delegates are John : Henckell. will be the celebrant! acolytes. L. A. Wiikie and T. A, .McCulley, R. F. Tickner, R. L. ; Sunday at 8 a.m. Clarence Tim- i Wilkinson will be suhers. The directed by Mrs. sing. cfi reeled by R, L. pi-eside at the sessions, and wiil Howard M. Kav will serve as ! Dockenciorff with Mrs. Le RovHol- assisted b y fte Rt. Rev. Percv ; ushers. " i (See DIOCESAN, Page 9) • ' Organist will sing two numbers, i the general meeting - service at 7:30. The adults will study the word "Responsibility" The Sanctuary' Choir will sing aiThe propani will include a taiK at the 6:45 p.m. group meeting, chorus and the Chapel choir will' by Rev. Sieele on Basic Christian Mondav at 6:30 p.m. there will!sing an offertory number. |Beliefs and a Film Strip "Wider be the Loyaltv Dinner for the wi-i Sunday Activities will begin with i Grows The Kingdom." At noon! tire membership with Oakley Fick-i Church School at 9:30 a.m.. Youth i there will he a covered dish lunch-; lin as chairman of the serving. Choir rehearsal at 4:30 p.m. fol-'eon and all women are asked to i . Other members of the EMC are lowed by a snack supper wid the! be present. Douglas Stwart. st'ivral chair- Methodist Youth Fellowship at 6 1 Th SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON OF THE WEEK Substituting Arguments hor Christiikeness choir schedule is as fol- " 3?4. r i n.m. • man: Clyde Bic-ers. T-'-am Chair and the night service at 7;i All Saints' Church Plans Theological Education Day , at the organ. The minister,'Chairman. the Rev. LeRoy Stanton, will de-: Captains will bo Louis Fenti liver the sermon entitled "It's a : man. Pal Fuller. Jack Kimmons. take it and do it affair." The B. A. Stewart. Dick Howe, Tom service commences at 10:50 a.m. : Slack. Bob Re-lick, Carl Brawner, with a coffee fellowship immfdi-.'Kidon Ben-- Doc Satin-white atply following it. St nn Tnups.'and George Adams. The second session of the Faith At *i p.m. Tuesday the workers (Men's- KnseniMc 'will sing two numr.K.TS. p • I Ti J The Commission on Education Xr )6CIQl MUUV ! iiii ,-HTWIJVl ^ir.-SMUJ] UI UK' raiUl -*L 'J U.U1. itl'SUtlV UH: n ''! r,t.'l S i «^ T* J C! \ k I *\ 4- f\ All Snlnts' F-nisr-nrml Church, | Assistim; in the sen-ices arc' anr l '-ifr Institute is bring wri! V'iil b'^in their calling. Al;-o on !f«£\\/ i inHOV/ ! '0r WOOSTPr obin Road nnfl Old-.vpll Drivr, ;.Tim Lynn, cmcifcr: Robert Wha-; :jt!rnf!rf! . R^'. ftanton said. Groat Tuesday will bo Cherub Choir i sx ^ v • ' «llilv.y - T i w v ^ i vn aktnvood. wil! obscn-f Thco-'icy and Alan Dinsmore. f!aKbear-M r "'' rr - <; t is br-inq; shwn in th f; practice ;it 3 p-m. and C\\'i' Oen- » Robin lopcal Education Sunday with a.ers and Jim Cunningham and John!Dead Sea Scrolls, Christianity and fra! Meeting at 9:15 a.m. Mrs. special offering for the Seminary i Eliot, acolytes. j Communism, and First Steps in Frnnk Frederick will be in charge of The Southwest in Austin. i -.--.-- — . - • ... This is one of the church institutions for the trainsn, young men for the ministry. ...- . „.„„ „.„ .„... „«„„„„ cllt „„-._.. . . , . .. There wil be a celebration of the we Mrs. 0. L. Clevenger and Mrs. I instructors for this session with: chr;stma s cards to send to thr Lord's Supper at 8 a.m. nt which' Sl(lnc 'y Bnl «"-. At a recent meet- Vicar Peter Katt acting as Ad- Robert Eliot will sen-c the minis- ' ws of thp V ^'O'. the followinc ministrator. ter at the altar. wem rlcctr-d as officers: Frank) Church School and Adult The \\'ix:islf > i- B.'iptisf f'hui'i-h will begin a special snidy uf Firs' Corinthians Sunuav rxorn;nL'. the For the Third Sunday after Epi- : ans in both the morninc and ninht phany. Rev. William Tinney, ,-is- ;servicr-s Sunday to begin this inesday nt 7 p.m. is adult isistant pastor of St. Joseph's'Cath- Ktudy. practice anil at 9 a.m. u olio Church. 2500 Kentucky, svili. Sessions of studv will be con- meeting of the canvass preach the sermon. " 'ducted at T p.m." Monday .wi Corkers. Thursday thev AtthMl «.rn. service the Rev.' « ss ist; in t tre.surer. Peter Katt will sp^ak on "The- The Vicar appointed George M. ^« Nonchalance of Faith." 'Wicdeman as smior warden. Cedar Bayou Methodist Lovelady To Preach Sunday instructions ™ nsfrom '.'ill also work ' n crs . Th" Epistle for the day is taken Tuesday and will conclude with an* ]LMO-L'1_ ^a^rv-l the (ho recrJlar prayer service hour at T:-!5 p.m. Wcdnesrfny. f;os--,el from Matthew 8:1-1,1 Memhors of Mater Dei Court ' Sffii'What Are We Waiting For? 1 every age tjroup. ! Church School is under the ad- l ministration of Mrs. Frances Wrx>s- «. o — . jter. Mrs. H. D. Childrcss. Mrs. | Q DQ I ODIC 1 Vlan. ' |H. D. Smith, and Mrs. Stan Flan- Church School at Codnr Bayoivr-htirr-h parlor. This is Guild 1 ' 111 '" 1 ' Rrv. W nnn Mothodist Church will begin at Month and a speci.'i! invitation' All choirs in the church arc now topic: 9:45 a.m. Sunday. :is given to all members of the holding rehearsals on Wednesday, for The church service will be at Woman's Society and interested • The Cherub Choir for children in will 10:50 a.m. with the pastor. Rev. women of the church to attend ; 'be Kindergarten and Primary' Byron L. Lovelady, pres?nting the this meeting. [Departments meet at 3 p.m. scrmon - The. Methodist Men will meet' The Carol Choir for children in of T - No. 3.S2.0 of The Catholic tcrs of America will receive Cor- jpor.-itp Communion at the 7:?.P 'a.m. Mass. Other Masses for the jday will be at 5:30, 9:30 find I 1 Ja.m. Benediction of th» Bl(-sspd Sac- •rMtiien 1 wil! follow the 11 a.m. Youth Mrs. G. H. Lair/aster will teach 10 book entitled "Before Jesus 'a:nr" for hovs and sir's 9 1 j K 0nx> ,, U1 bc in fliarw of rjirrclfd ,-jctivitir-s for hoys and Riris 4 thruuch S vearsi f—, , , . ... » -' - * "* **-'-"'T.it irf. ivrt'*»jc.ri h wuiiJ • The cliurch service whl begin tct will provide musical entertain- \\IIL tl il p ^ - , c , D r. mfnt Evcr >' ^"'" ° f ^ ^urch 1 What c The ushers for Sund.iy are B. E. ,- s j nv it ( tf to itfenr' M 110 I Io T .. Jllllfl „. . ... Circle willmeet . Franklin, H. G. Smith L. 0. Ca-: sey. H. A. Connor. J. T. Tucker i. 1 "^-'""' i ^"^urcjew F. R. O'Neal. L. Z. Wilcox and^ or Pra - ver at 9:4j a - m M. B. Carter. ;0<i>. r • The Woman's Society of Chris-' Che Children's Choirs are now; \/*|pnrO tian Service will meet for the sec- meeting on Tuesday afternoon. The JUICIILC ond lesson of thp study "Heritage Cherub Choir will rehearse at 2:30 and Horizons in Home Missions" ;P-m. am* the Carol Choir at 3:30 on Tuesday at 9:30 a.m, in the _. ;. Uj 'MH "What is Truth?" is a Choir Room. Each woman of the; Prayer Meeting will be at 7 p.m. question to \y considered Christian Sciencv services Sundav. Choir practice will he at ip.m. Wednesday. Give U Had thf doctrines of Jesus been preached always as pure as they came jrorn his lips, the v.hi)le civilized world would now have been Christian. I rejoice that in this blessed country of free inquiry and belief, which has surrendered its conscience to neither kings nor priests, the genuine doctrine of only one God is reviving, and I trust that there is not a young man now living in the United States who will not die a Unitarian. " Uniurmnbm, inusting upon individual freedom of belirf ••d the Utt of reason in religion, it today attracting more members than ever before. Here M a religion, unclouded by creed and dogma, that •eeki kn&wer* to nun'* pioblems in the living now. With Jdtaion, it M "againtt every form of tyranny ov«r the mind of maa," k* it political, aocial or relifioua. IAYTOWN UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP fhamtwr of Ownin«w Building, T>x«* Avr * Main. *unrtav 11:00 A.M. VMCA Senior HishFellowshiD will m<et '•" v ; " rv in , lv : c ' } nf mnl r vo "' r -^ at 6:30 p.m. at the church. Thev . Anv " TC /'^'nnR to sine witb u-Jil continue their study on -j; ih'> OW.T is mv.ted to atten-1 next There Life After Death?" Junior M ;' nrla >, ns .. I ; choars . al - _ , ... .Hiith Fellowship will meet at W, .["" Oi'lrlren o; Mary Sodality ip.::,. at the ehurch with Kin-ton ^il! m ( >c Tursdny nt 7 p.m. ir : Vi-ns leadinc St ' • Tn -'W | i's Schcxjl Cnfr-tena. Aa...,is |e.,am K . _^ Mater Dpi Court Catholir-Dau K h- "" fr-rs will celebrate their First Services will b^-in with Sun<iav. — Rirthday with a luncheon nn Fri- <; r hool at 9:45 a.m. Sur.dav ;i' day at 2 noon ?it the Goose Baniist Temple, 30s r.raharn " Creek Country' Club. i Church servico will be at 10:55 I.'uily Masses Monday through n . m w jth the Rev. .Jiinmie H. Friday ace nt 6 and 11:K) a.m. <;,-,•, v nastor l)ri,-:-'ir;;,' the m>i-' Masses on S;mirday arc at fi antV sne ,, His topic will be, "The Me,l-' " n - rn - Itations of Jesus." »-, -r •,., r- .• ConV-ssions arc heard Saturrfav Triinin" Ttninn win «!••.--» -it fi-Vi Mi- T Klmer Knr'.ni^ATi i-etirnri - , ' itiuini.i, i^'iiK*ii \\in rsiiiit .11, n..!*. 1 \J\ . d. r^llllt I r '. 1 ,,UM'I1, 1 ' its (. u /«..„-. -5 * rt ^ nrrt on/i fi'nm Kt^l 1-1. -nt /n j -.1' trorri ., to .1 p.m. ami nom n 10 p. m _ which will be followed with. the church sen-fee at 7:30 p.m. 1 Tile messaee topic for the latter" 5; Westminister Sermon church is invited to be present;Wednesday, with the Sanctuary' Scriptural selections in the Ij-«'i as this group considers the needs;Choir Rehearsal at 7:30 p.m. |son• Scrmon on the subject "' of^the missions. j Ever>'one is urged to attend("Truth" will include this r<as. rhe Wesleyan S^n-jcf- Guild will'church on Sundav. From no\v un-!inf; statement: "I will cry \ ™ e 5L£i J_£: m __ T 'i f ' sd; '- v in '*»' til lister is "OiurrhAttemianee.-jGod most In^h; unto G.,d that per- nvni-ter of Houston wil fill the w , ,-, „ ,, ~" ' lormeth all thin-s for me. He ^( \ n ,. he absem-e'of Kr-v. Jaek S p ' in -. {l ?J b ': f ' >real l ^^ shall send from heaven, and s.'ive .Peters, for Wes;tminister Presby- me from the repnwch of him that tcrian Oiurch meeting at Lynch- :r , .1 i i would swallow mn up. God shall bur:.: School at 11 n.m. Sunday. \|f nn P send forth his mprcy and his Sundav School is at 9:30. ! " "^ llC \t.T 1 *•*"" \ jtnith" a>salms57::2. 3i. ,-_-.--. ^tttAMUj * . .«• \ ' The importance of prayer in i:n-: i >• I ii- I • THUlll^ MvP^S I idorstandinc Truth J» emphasis d i MlPaCie NlOmS »»' i»__'.AllC. IlW* 1 \ in this citation to b* rend from ' y " Science By Roy L. The siury of Lhe wonuni at the wtli is to be foimo only in tht fourth Gospel, out now rnucr poorer we aii would De if Join. haa not saved U tor us. It is. xvii.'iout 'a duuDt, thf most pro- four.Q uoiivtriauon JeaUS evet held. Quite evidently tne Master naci the anility to cical with treat idtab without prtacmng ovtr tht people's heads. Also, quite evidently, the cuiumon people are capable o' tlunking ituout g:'tut tlicmes if the preach- t'l's Know Hov, to expound them in plain language. Taken by Surpribe The tawary woman who occupies UK central place in this ilory ftad probaDly cxpencncud sumu rougn gu;ng at ttiu iiandb ut tne respvciaoje. women ol Sychcr. when she had come to the well jn the tarl\ morning, when the dfcuiit nou^ewjves of tin.- town gaihtrea toi the morning s supply i>l waii'i- ana of jjobaip. Ai a rt'suit, sin.- haa adoptua tne haoit til coming tu the weli al tioon, when sfie mignt reasonably expect it to by destrted. This lime, a.s ihu came, how- evt.1, shu saw the well-curb occupied by a man, and he a Jewl She hari not planned on getting into any conversation with him, but one wurd led to another, and the first thing she knew her very sou! was laid bare before him. In an effort to hide ner confusion she tried to escape the conversation by turning it into an argument. It was an old tricK, but it continues to he used even to this day. Arguments No Substitute A .senior at the university, dis- tui-bea as he later admmect. inquired ol a visiting lecturei un n.-hmon. "1 would really like to be a religious man. Out honestly, nnw. 1 can't believe tn the deity oi Je:-u.s. What do you have to say to a yuiihfz fellow like me?" And quite evidently he expected to hear an involved defense of the divinity ot Christ, "1 really do not uave much of anything to say to you, my young man." the lecturer replied. "But 1 would like to ask you a question. Suppose 1 could prove to you, by some kind of documentary evidence, that Jesus came into the world via some kind of miravulous birth, and that the official records of the Roman government proved the truth ol the resurrection. Would you then bt willing to commit your Life into his hands, and would you ba willing to live exactly as you think he would require you to Lvf'.'" The young man hesitated, visibly shaken. "No, 1 don't think 1 would," he replied, finally. "You set, i am domg some things right now that 1 would hav« to cut out, and I'm not ready to do that." His problem was not an intellectual difficulty, but a moral unwillingness. The Samaritan woman had a good chance ot go- mg unrcbuked, ii she could keep the conversation on the subject of Jerusalem and Mt. Gerazim. Tht moment jt got over to the question of five husbands and a paramour it was extremely uncomfortable. Abandoned Water Jan On the way out to the well that water jar was the most important thing in the world to th* Samaritan woman. One-hall hour with Jesus and her sense of values had been so completely altered that she could race away and leave it without a thought. The Uniform Sunday School lesson for January 22; "CAN THIS BE THE CHRIST?," John 4. No man has really been converted to Christ until he hai abandoned some water jars. The sins we secretly covet are the ones from which we have not been emancipated. The evils for which we entertain a concealed longing are the ones which art liable to trap us in our weak moments. "As 1 look back on the matter now." said a young woman who had sown some wild oats whilt in college, "1 find it impossible to understand myself. The things 1 did then seem so far from me, now that 1 sometimes wonder if it was really me who did them. That's the difference Jesus Christ has made in my life." And she djd not know she was talking about abandoned water Jars. No man is free as long as he teeli bound to serve water jars. CoiiyriKht H«0 By tho Division ot Christian Education, Nulonal Council of tho Churchwof Chrlntln th« United Slates of America. ! 5 i service will lie. "Power of the Rlood." The youth choir practice will he at o:lS p.m. under the direction of J. B. Wortharn, mu- (sir clireetor. i A week of Bible study will be Dan StriWiie of Channel- conducted Momlav thrr>ui, r h Fri-! (Corinthians Sermons Methodist Eddy eh: ea derstandin? of Tnith: but prayer, coupled with a f«rvrnf h.-ibiii;.-t! .k-S'ire to know and do the will of majn spni . k . ( , nt 7.;^ progressing build- Each service will star! v.ith ship of Troy Campbell of Houston. Tuesday ;;t 0:30 a.m. for n slew- ins at: Highlands Methodist church. :• at 7 p.m.._ followed by the He ;•; bnntrina; seven training work- arfisliip pro!,'r;it:i. A tier the pro- Preliminary architectural plans .... . . ,_ . ,, service at 7:30 p.m. ers w;th him. Children and yo\;n'.: (Trims they will take literature were approved at a ("illed ses- ^^Ll!IL n -Li 1 -Ll!?l r L:!l!_r_ 1 _ Sunday S<-hool will bo at '.): ',5 ,„„„!,. -.^i) ; ,!iend a movie in the nn<i mapaim-s in the jail. ; si'in of the ehurch eonfo-ence and a.m. Sunday and pi-niching a! 11 au'iitor.iim whilp parents have' The Mary Worthy cjrcV will quarterly conference leeenily. meet in the home of Mrs. Klrner „, , m and K vans at 11W Uavton. and the l-^hiiildm Raines To Conduct Nazarene Revival committee hcndod Ip.m. Saturday. . 'ice skating party in Houston. ithe youth building. a.m. A Bible study will be held thiir training. at fi p.m. S(in*iy. The nvn's pj-:\ Xi/vt Friday ni(,'ht, .v.vuur.- aiiu • r.vau.i >n un» i^i.viuu. -u.u mv , . ,, -, f -.., in Tr . „.,._ ,,,, 1V , !rr wrnup meeting w,ll ho at 7:30 your,, people have scheduled an Nadene Gray circle will meet in ft^™ ^^f ^ ai^H f,', prepare detailed drawings <mcl specifications for tlv new cfluca- tional stitieture which will replace the old sanctuary j/nd rorn'vlel two aeijoining buildings at a cost not to exceed Sto.OOO. The Rev. Bill Rainrs, rvanKol-! ist, will load a revival Jan. 23-29 at First Church of Niu/jrenc. ; Rov. Raines was music dirocto- ; in Texas City five years andj St. Paul's Luthernn f Oiurch will 'IK hHd pastoratfs in HufJtdalo. T".x ' o! , scivf , Iho Tr.ins.'iciiration of ihe <>'. Lutherans Will Observe Transfiguration • will report on the finances report to thr congregation Die rr>nfrr»-!jal!on and J. F. F - C.eyrr, Thad Murphy, W. f ^ -\T...,, ...-1 •.».._ t * ' rn ^. ami Mississippi. ,,, „ w « The Hev. Harold O. Homhoff will pn-ach on the subject, "the 'Voice from Heaven, ' bawd on Scripture text, H Peter 1. 1C- TIME TO CKI.EBRATE KNID, Oklfi. (APi — The birth ..f H bf>j to '^i<?ri h'anih of Inn ^resulted In thre* aviation cadets! Sunday niKht the voting mem- er-nine thr night off at Vance ih^rs of tV conurbation will hold AFi; r,-.,-T- hn- Th" MiOTfiii":, r,;|:tJirir annual meeting in t!r 1r:,n^m: v,-<rf Mohammed M. Ri-Vhurrh. I,. K. r,:ihn»ath. Chairman ah;;,' fvi.jan Anvsr And Kanlevt^- jof the r-i'iirJif'Z'-rtirm. will pn^n'.i. ra Mokn-iia.<utan. I w. C. Martin and Ed Wmr-gart-^ , , ll,e pastor Will K.VV tne repor: o. process and will maw recorn- n.e.vlati.ms for th ( > r'umnt? year. l;<,i,en steffler will (,'i\-f H df-taiierl report on the status of the Sunday School, aii'i W. Rartek. Mrs. A. A. Holle, «nd Elizabeth Bomhoff will report on the men's, women's, and .Vii'h Rrmips re?p<-ctiv<'ly. Mf:i, 1< rs of the nominhtin:; committee who will present th> ir Oih- rs on ttin committee to assist Martin are A. II. Tribe. Mrs. Chairman, secretary, one e'uier. . K,, Johnson. Li. B. T-iiiey. Paul two deacons, financial secretary. H. Hart. S. 0. H>nc,>ck, Jinimie and the delegate and alternate tO'K/.eli and the"Rev. berwin Walk the Southern Pisfricf eonvrntion er. of The American Lutheran — Church. ; Sunday School session begins at ( 9:?/i a.m. Evf-n's of the week in-i elude Senior <"hfi\r at 7:3/> p m. j Wednesday. Junior Instnictmn at; S a.n. Saturday and .Tumor (lioirj p at 10; t') a.m. Saturday. I TRY SUN CLASSIFIED REVIVAL JAN 23rd THRU JAN. 29th 7:30 EACH EVENING Rev. Bill Raines, Evangelist First CHURCH of NAZARftE R, R. HARRIS, PASTOR 2409 N. MAIN

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