The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on February 2, 1969 · Page 6
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Baytown, Texas
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Sunday, February 2, 1969
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Sunday, February 2,1969 'Crusade For Christ' Meeting Plans Told The next area wide "Crusade For Christ" will be held Friday Feb. 7 at the First Baptist Church on Kentucky Street. The service will begin al 7 p.m. with the Bible Bowl. In this quiz, undefeated Second Baptist of Highlands will take on Crosby Assembly ol God, over Genesis, Chapters 20-40. Al 7:30 p.m. a song service will be directed by Rev. Glen Walker. Many area congregations wilp provide special music. Following the song service, the color movie, "Beloved Enemy" will be shown. In this film a scientist sets out to disprove the diety of Christ through scientific evidence. Instead he finds massive evidence that supports the resurrection of Jesus Christ. On Friday, Feb. 14 at 7 p.m. a "Crusade For Christ" Valentine Banquet will be held at Second Baptist Church on Cedar Bayou Road in Baytown. Tickets are $2 per person and $3.50 per couple. Ticket reservations may be made by calling Jimmy Clark, 424-7579. Area Church Members Will Open Peanut Butter Plant Baytown and nearby members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon) Jiave opened the peanut butter plant here and will be operating I or the next several weekends. The plant on South Main in Uayiuwn is stalled entirely by volunteer labor from church membership of Houston, Houston East and Beaumont Slakes (Diocese). Between 60,000 and 80,000 twenty-ounce cans will be processed during the six-week period. The operation begins at 6 p.m. Fridays until 6 p.m. Saturdays. The shifts are divided into six hours each with about 35 people working at a time. The peanut butter production in the Houston area is just one phase of a church wide welfare program. The Mormons do not believe in charity or dole. 1'iuiiuiT lingliani Young made tins pronouncement, "My ex- jx.'neiiL-c has taught me, and it n.i:-. LKjcome a principle with me, inji ii 1.1 nt'ver ol benefit to give nut ;nid out. to man or woman, money, lootl. clothing or any- thing else, il they are able bodied and can work and earn what they need, when there is anything on uanli lor them to do. This is my principle and 1 try to act upon il. I'o pursue a contrary course would rum any community in the world and make them idlers." Tins program lias grown since I'JM to a mammoth church wide program with each geographical locale being assigned a project compatible with the products produced in that area^milk and dairy products in dairy slates; fruits, vegetables, wheat and other grain in the farming areas; cattle and other herds are grazed on church -' owned ranches, with all the work being done by volunteers. From all this industry everything needed for sustaining life is processed and pul inlo storehouses for distribution to needy families. Of Ihe peanut butter produced in the Baytown planl some will remain in the Houston - Ueaumonl area bul the greater part will be shipped to Welfare Square in Salt Lake Cily for national distribution. Gospel Meeting Set By Highlands Church A Gospel meeting at Highlands Church of Christ, 214 Clear Lake Road, will begin Sunday and continue through Friday. Ruel Lemmons of Austin will be preaching. Lemmons works with the Cameron Road Church BIBLE BOWL QUIZ WINNERS Pictured Left To Right Front Row, Kent Bond, and Wesley Ben ton, Back Row Danny Owen, Mike Rawls and Mike Willard Second Baptist To Hear Evangelist, Musicians Belle and Ed Stalnecker, evangelisls, along with David and Carol Tyson, specialists on the piano and organ, will present music of the gospel Sunday, Feb. 9, at Second Baptist Church. Ed Stalnecker will preach for the morning service as Bette Stalnecker presents special music. The night service will be a concert of sacred music by the Slalneckers and Tysons. The iwo couples, bolh from Memphis, Tenn., travel over 80,000 miles a year presenting the gospel in message and music. The two young boys of the Stalneckers also travel with their parents. Rick and Loren, ages 17 and 13, also sing with \\\' STALNECKER Too Light To Weigh 1 Is St. Paul's Sermon "Too Light to Weigh" is Ihe subject of Ihe sermon by Ihe Hev. Harold 0. Bomhoff at Ihe ID; 15 a.m. family worship service in Si. Paul's Lutheran Church Sunday. The subject of the children's sermonetle at the same service is "Promises lo Keep." Subjecl of Ihe Pastor's Bible Class al9 a.m. will be "What the Bible Says About Baptism." This class scries is aimed at preparing people for church membership, and a general review for all Christians seeking Bible truths. The board of parish education will meet al 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Wednesday's program is as follows: Women Bible sludy leaders at 10 a.m.; the Chrislian Service League al l p.m.; Junior choir al 7 p.m.; senior choir al 7:UO p.m. Junior instruction make-up class for eighth graders will meet at 4 p.m. Thursday. Junior instruction for both seventh and eighth graders is al 9 a.m. Saturday. Assembly Of God Observes Missionary Crusade Day The naliona! boys and girls missionary crusade day will be observed Sunday in Ihe 7 p.m. service at Central Assembly of God Church at the corner of Pruclt and Nazro. The BGMC program provides Christian literature around the world, printed in the native languages in whatever country they are sent, and is a vital part in helping missionaries reach their goals. Finances for this program are provided by groups of boys and girls up lo 12 years of age, saving money and filling iheir wooden "Buddy Barrels," each monlh. Theme for Ihe 1969 BGMC Day is "Help Them Know Jesus." Kilmslrips, "Around the World with Buddy Barrel," will be All Saints Service Set All Saints' Episcopal Church will observe ihe Septuagesima Sunday with a celebration of the Holy Eucharisl and Sermon al 11 a.m. The Vicar, the Rev. Peter Kail, will be Ihe officiant and also preach the sermon. Ushers are William L. Richards and George W.Robinson. Mrs. Horace Smith and Mrs. Robert B. Morrison will prepare the altar and the elements. Acolytes and flagbearers are Michael Richards, Jonathan Litras ;md Robert and Randall Dunlap. Hostess for the coffee hour is Mrs. W. L. Richards. to American But national shown as part of the program. Some fields in the Far East are now closed missionaries, workers continue lo spread the gospel and BGMC helps by providing Bibles, Sunday school literature, songbooks and Bible school textbooks. Rev. Lester L. Campbell is pastor at Central Assembly and Mrs. Bob Chase is BGMC director. Highlands Assembly Has Special Service The Highlands Assembly of God Church will have a special service Sunday morning, a unified Sunday School and worship service, beginning at 9:45 a.m. Members of the congregation are asked lo wear old fashioned clolhes. A display of old fashioned and antique items will be made outside the sanctuary to help carry out the chosen theme. Ladies in attendance will each receive a bonnet, presented from Rev. Burnie Davis, pastor, paslor. The church service will fealure an old pump organ, kerosene lanterns and other items reminiscent of by-gone days. Rev. Davis, who will deliver the sermon, will wear an old fashioned circuite rider's suil. First Christian Youth Will Lead Morning Service Rev. B. D. NisbelJr., minister of First Christian Church, has announced that in recognition of Youth Sunday the young people of the church wi!! conducl the 10:50 a.m. service. Youlh Sunday is a nalion-wide observance by Christian young people in the churches and communities. "The trulh is," Rev. iNisbel said, "there are many committed young people today. There are young people who mean it when they say they want to help the poor, to eliminate social and racial injustices, to seek to root out the cause of poverty and hunger. Youth needs to be given a direct opportunity and tools for concrete action." Two Lee College students of Firsl Chrislian Church, Floyd Dickerson and Jim Martin, will bring the morning message enlitled "Youth Look At the Church." Special music will be presented by a trio composed of Beth Kudla, Shirley Davanay and Kaihy Powers. Other young people participating will be Mary and Margaret Lannou, Beth Martin, Palti Motley, Homer and David Thomas, Martha Wilhite, Nanci Wiedeman, Sara Schulze, Dannie Jackson, Durrell Stovall, Malcolm Johnston, Fred Boolh and Mary Sue Hester. Church School wili convene al 9:30 a.m. Al 5 p.m. Sunday the Chi Rho junior high group will meet, with the C.Y.K. group meeling at 6 p.m. The monthly executive board meeling of the Christian Women's Fellowship will meet at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Howard [tiller is president of the group. Paul Hemphill, chairman of the official board, has announced that all functional departments ol ihe church will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Department chairmen are: Christian Action, Glen Brace; Education, Mrs. Paul Hemphill; Evangelism, D. O. Huddle; Membership, Mrs. Otto Uerbcs; Property, Ben Ed Slovall; Stewardship, Henry Moody, World Outreach, Dr. Henry Schulze; and Worship, Gilbert Lumpkin. Mrs. T. L. Satlerwhite is chairman of the new Long committee. Kange Planning their parents al various times. The Iwo boys are lutored daily by their traveling parents through the extension services of ihe Universily of Nebraska. The programs on Feb. 9 will begin al 11 a.m., and 7 p.m. Wooster Baptist Pastor To Teach Book On Isaiah Rev. Hugh M. Lindsey will teach the book "Studies in Isaiah" at Wooster Baptist Church, Feb. 3-« with identical sessions morning and night so that shift workers may interchange classes. Classes will be9:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 7 to8:30 p.m. There will also be books taught for the Junior, Primary and Beginner departments. Mrs. J. V. Allen, 226 Arbor, will be hostess for the "Mother's Club" in her home from l to 2:30 p.m. Friday. Women in Wooster community are needed to instruct in handwork activities. Mrs. Abe Hiebert will direct the group. The W.M.S. Committee and the W.M.U. council will meet at the church Tuesday for business meetings. First Presbyterian Plans Family Night Observance A congregational family night will be held at First Presbyterian Church at .6:30 p.m. Thursday, in Fellowship hall. A business meeting will be held during which the 1969 budget will be approved by the congregation as presented by the finance corn- mi tlee of Ihe board of deacons. The films of Apollo VIII flight to the moon will be shown. A covered dish dinner will be served. Mrs. D. A. Smith i.s chairman of arrangements for Ihe meal. The Children's Choir, directed by Mrs. J. B. Stratton, will sing at the 8:30 a.m. service. The Chancel Choir, directed by Charles E. Forque, will sing at the 11 a.m. service. The Rev. Burnette W. Dowler will preach at both services. His sermon topic is, "Did You Ever See a Board Walk?," based on scripture selection Mark 8:22-33. New members will be received into the membership of the church during the order of worship at the tl a.m. service. Session will meet in a called meeting at 10:30 a.m. in the church parlor for the purpose of receiving the new members. The Board of Deacons will meet in a regular business session at 7:30 p.m. Monday, in Ihe church parlor. The finance commillee will meet at 7 p.m. prior lo the board meeting. United Presbyterian Women will meet at the church at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in fellowship hall. Clothing and linens will be packed for the Presbyterian Children's Home at Waxahachie. Wash cloths are especially needed for this project, as well as children's clothing, either new or worn, yet clean and useable. Larry Holmes for the month is head usher of February. Those assisting him at the 11 a.m. service during the month will be: Earl Atkinson, R. L. Barr, R. P. Beman Jr., Ronald Arceneaux, James R. Bond, and Clyde W. Casey. of Christ in Austin. He is editor of the Firm Foundation, is a member of the Board of Trustees at Abilene Christian College and is on the advisory board of three other colleges. He has recently completed the editing of Smith's Bible Dictionary for Doubleday and Company. The Sunday night service is Dialed for 6 p.m. Services Monday through Friday will be at 7 p.m. Darryl PringJe is minister of Highlands Church of Christ. REUEL LEMMONS Trinity Church Plans Septuagesimba Service Septuagesima, the first Sunday in the pre-Lenten season, will be observed at Trinity Episcopal Church. Holy Communion is scheduled for 8 a.m. with the Rev. F. Philip Dignam, assistant minister, as celebrant. William H. Harrop will be the epistoler, and Paul Seaie as acolyte. J. E. Boydell and Albert Fanestiel will be ushers. Miss Marsha Seale will be the organist. The Family Service is set for 9:15 a.m. Leonard W. Stasney and John H. Maxwell will be the lay readers, with Taylor Miller and Fred T. Philips as ushers, Acolytes will be, Andy Wisrriar, Steven Olafson, Stephen Villemez, Tom Walmsley, James Gordon, Criss Dippel and Jimbo Walmsley. The Rector, Rev. P. Walter Henckell, will be the celebrant at the 11 a.m. Holy Communion. B. .Wilson will be the epistoler. T. W. Brundrett and John M. D. Heald will be ushers. Acolytes will be David Dignam, Donnie Messerschmidt, Robert Furgeson, Jack Ekholm and Richard McManis. Mrs. J. E. Boydell, Mrs. R. W. Matherne, Mrs. Albert Fanestiel, Mrs. H. I. Davis III, and Miss Jane Boydell will prepare the Altar. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lan Williams will be hosts for coffee time. The Church School will meet at 9:15 a.m. and 11 a.m. The adult discussion group and the High Cedar Bayou Methodist Sets Drama For Service "Daingerfield Newby Moves Uptown," is the title of a play to be presented at Cedar Bayou United Methodist Church at 7 p.m. Sunday. The play is in conjunction with the church-wide study that is being presented at 5:30 p.m. each Sunday. It is a comedy about the rebuilding of an inner city church, with emphasis on the atlitudes of the pastor and the church secretary. The Wesley Players, from the religious drama department of North End United Methodist Church, Beaumont, will present Church Wide Bible Study Set At Grace Methodist A church wide Bible Study will begin at 5:45 p.m. Sunday at Grace Methodist Church. The pastor, Rev. As bury Lenox, will lead the congregation in the study of the Gospel of St. John during the four Sunday nights in February. There will be a snack supper at 5:15 for adults, youth and children. At Ihe? p.m. service the pastor will take his text from St. John 2:1-1!. His sermon is entitled "The Best Is Yet To Be." The church wide study is sponsored by the commission on missions, Fernie Kelley, chairman. Mrs. Romana Anderson is in charge of the children's study and program. Others who will work with the elementary grades are Mrs. Jim Arnold, Mrs. Carl Poteel and Mr. nd Mrs. John Pechacek. Mrs. Fernie Kelley and Mrs. Lee Horacefield will direct the aclivilies of the kindergarten and nursery. Ray McCallum will meet with the Senior High M.Y.F. and Mr. and Mrs. John Williams will direct the Junior High group. Science Church Lesson Sermon Title Is love' "O continue they loving kindness unto Ihem lhat know thee; and thy righteousness to the upright in heart." These words from Psalms are par 1 of this week's Bible Lesson-Sermon tilled "Love." Il will be read in Chrislian Science churches throughout the world on Sunday. Also in the Lesson-Sermon are related passage from the denominational textbook. Services at First Church of Christ Scienlisl, 3406 Nevada, begin al tl a.m. The morning worship service begins at 10:45. Rev. Asbury Lenox will preach on "He Went A Little Farther." The Council on Ministries will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday. the play. Glen Snell is the director. The adult sponsor and drama department head is Carl Rush. The morning service will begin at 10:50 with Rev. Roy L. Felder preaching on "Our Search For Meaning." The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be observed al-the morning service. Ushers for the morning and night services will be Byron Franklin, J. B. Upton, E. H. Enderli, W. J. Tadlock, L. 0. Casey and R. E. Casey. Scout Troop No. 93 will meet at the church at 7 p.m. Monday. The Women's Society of Christian Service will have an executive meeting at 9 a.m. Tuesday and the general meeting will follow at 9:30 a.m. The Official Board meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday. The Bible study group and lay witness group meet at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Choir Rehearsal is at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The Julia Lottie Circle meets at 9:45 a.m. Thursday and the afternoon will be spent in quilting. The Best News Of All 1 Redeemer Sermon Title "The Best News Of All" will be Rev. Glen C. Kollmeyer's sermon at 10:45 a.m. at Redeemer Lutheran Church. The Sunday School is at 9:30 a.m. The Walther League meets at 6 p.m. Sunday. The topic for discussion will be "Fellowship With The American Lutheran Church." Cynthia Dunham will give the devotions and Paul St. John's Methodist To Hear Pastor Speak The Rev. William J. Commer, minister of St. John's United Melhodist Church, will preach on the subject "How A Wise Father Handled A Confused Son" at both the 8:45 and 11 a.m. services Sunday. Special music will be provided by John Motley at the 8:45 a.m. service and by the Chancel Choir at the 11 a.m. service. The W.S.C.S. general meeting will be al 10 a.m. Tuesday at the church. Mrs. R. L. Carter is president. "Sterling's Famous Chili" will be served at the church from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8. Jim Sterling, manager of the runner-up team in the Stale of Texas in the Church softball league, and his team members, will serve the chili. The choir will practice at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Horace Smith Is the director and Mrs. Hamil is the organist. Alleen Schneider and Ruth Lippe will serve refreshments. The league will plan an ice skating party for Feb. 8. The Board of Education will meet at 7 p.m. Monday to call a kindergarten teacher. The Board of Elders meets at 8 p.m. The Sunday school teachers meet at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday. The junior instruction classes are at 4 and 4:45 p.m. Wednesday with the choir rehearsal at 7:30 p.m. The next pastor's class for an in-depth study of Christian doctrine starts Feb. 13. Those interested in a thorough study of Bible teachings and their relevancy to meaningful living are invited to attend without obligation. Sessions wilt be at 7:30 p.m. each Thursday. 'Date With Destiny' Coady Sermon Title "Date, with destiny" will be the message of Rev. C. E. Meadows for Coady Baptist church at 10:45 a.m. Sunday. Sunday school begins at 9:45. Training union will be at 5:30, with Betty Hollingshead and Charles Cornelius leading the adults in discussions. Wednesday's midweek service will begin at 6:30 p.m, for the Sunbeams, G.A.s, and Y.W.A.'s. Business meeling will follow al 7:30. The panel group will continue the book of Isaiah after business meeting. in God's Guidance" for x>th services. Church School will begin at :30 a.m. with classes for all ages. "Resources for Spiritual trenglh" will be the topic for he 7 p.m. service and Rev. oiner announces there will be a ime for questions and answers oncerning his sermon. Commissions meeting at 7 ).m. Monday at the church in- :lude Education, Mrs. Ed Vaught, chairman; Missions, ohn Wilson, chairman; Stewardship and Finance, Royce E. Wright, chairman; Social Concerns, Richard O. Beltz, chairman, and Worship, Wendell Kohl, chairman. The Administrative Board will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the church. Choir rehearsal is scheduled or 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. chool class will begin new series of studies. The Rector will continue the wo series of instructions for confirmation, with the young people meeting at 3 p.m. and the adulls al 7 p.m. Communion Set Sunday At St. Paul's Holy Communion will be served at both the 8:20 and 10:50 a.m. services Sunday at St. Paul's United Methodist Church. The Rev. Robert D. Joiner Jr., >astor, will preach on "Our CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST NEVADA AT MICHIGAN SUNDAY SERVICE—11: AJH. SUNDAY SCHOOL—11: AM. Wednesday, Bfeetlnr—4: P-M- READING ROOM 10 N. ASHBEL STREET Monday Through Friday !•:•» AJVC—«:00 PJH. SATURDAY 10 A.M. to 1 PJHL ALL, ARE WELCOME The Church of Christ 7th SL & Word Rd. Services Sunday 10:30 ctm. £ 6:00 pjn. Wed. 7:00 p.m. Hear "Bible Truth*" Sunday at 8 a.m. on KWBJL Phone 422-9698 Memorial Assembly Of God Welcomes You 3220 Hwy. 146 (Almudw Dr.) Sun. School — i 45 A.M. Worship — 11:00 AJK. Evening — 7:00 PJ*. Wednesday — 7:JO PJM. A FULL GOSm PENTECOSTAL ! CHURCH PMter — J. «. W««* B*» Phone - «2£-4JM Adult Theology Leader Is St. Joseph Speaker Father J. WeL.r of the Diocesan Adult Theology Center will visit St. Joseph's and deliver the sermon at the 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 12:15 masses. His topic will be "The Mature Catholic of 1969." At 7:30 p.m. he will conduct a follow-up discussion of his sermon in the parish auditorium. For the fourth Sunday after Epiphany the epistle is taken from Romans 15:8-10 and the gospel from Matthew 8:23-27. St. Agnes K.J.Z.T. will receive corporate communion at the 9:30 a.m. mass. Religion classes for all students attending public schools will start at 9 a.m. following a special students' mass at 8 a.m. CYO will hold their business meeting at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. Women of the parish will be given small envelopes at the church doors for the annual collection of 50 cents per year per capita dues for the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. Names and addresses should be written on the envelopes and returned on next Sunday. The Parish Council will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in the school auditorium. Court Mater Dei C D A will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday al the K of C hall. Altar Society will meet in the rectory at 9:3o a.m. Tuesday. mssassississsssii Support Your Church IAYTOWN KIWANtS CLU1 Pentecostal Church of God 2211 M. Main You Am OordkUty ImvHtt To Attend... «:46 SuwUy Sdboot Moraine Wonklp .. Evu*«Uatk> Senrkw Youth B*rvl«e-Toe». ... 7tM Midweek Bel vtce-Tfcurfc. 7:M PMtor-ChariM R. Kyle WORSHIP WITH US SUNDAY - 1140 Memorial Baptist Church 400 W. STERLING fcAYTOWlf, TEXAS ST. MARK'S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH CHURCH SCHOOL 9:15A.M. EVENING WORSHIP 7 P.M. MORNING WORSHIP 10:30 AM R»v. Leslie LeGrand Preaching Sermon TrrW "HOW TO LIVE AT PEACE WITH YOURSELF". Rev. Leslie LeGrand, Pastor H. Rudy Pace, Awoc. 1703 Oklahoma Gospel Meeting Hear REUEL LEMMONS Through .7 P.M. Sunday Service. . .o. P.M. Weekday S*rvic«. (Evening Service* Only) Mr. Lemmons, one of the nation's most widely-known Gospel Preachers, works with the Cameron Road Church of Christ in Austin. He Is editor of the FIRM FOUNDATION, on the Board of Trustees at Abilene Christian CoUeffe and is on the Advisory Board of Uire« other college*. HIGHLANDS CHURCH of CHRIST 214 Cleorioke Rd. Highlands All Young People Are Especially Ur»ed to H*M Mr. l>m- mons Sunday Evening, February I. Church Directory ASSEMBLY TRINITY TABERNACLE ASSEMBLY OF. GOD J. J. KRIMMER, PASTOR Sunday School 9:45 ».m.— Morning Worship 10:50 Yoirrh 4:00 p.m. lUvtval Tin>» S*rvic« 7:00 Tu«d«y WMC 9:30 a.m. W»dr,«d«y 7:00 I008E. Lobit Baytown of CHRIST THIS IS TOUR PERSONAL INVITATION TO ATTEND SOUTH MAIN CHURCH OF CHRIST (. 0. SREEN, MINISTER STUDY WORSHIP ........ SINGING CLASS ..'.'.'. ............... V ' r'S PM NIGHT SERVICE ...... . '. ; '. ; '. *. ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; J^o P.M! WORSHIP . UDIES BIBLE CLASS SOUTH MAIN AND CLEVELAND 7:00 PM A.M- 427-1211 Th. 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