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6 Gotesburg Register-Moil, Ggjesburg, III, Saturday, Aug. 3, 1963 rranye Sundau Serviced, IJUeek'd ^runctiond wviced Rescne Mission — Events for Aug. 4-10 'have been announced Wilson Blades of Pacific Garden Mission will speak Sunday; Covenant Church deacon board Monday; Gideons, Galesburg-M o n- mouth camp, Tuesday; Wednesday, to be announced; Emmanuel Baptist Church of Monmouth, Thursday; First Church of the Open Bible, Friday, and Saturday to be announced. First Lutheran — Communion will be observed Sunday. Tuesday, campaign workers will have information meeting in Parish Hall at 7:27 p.m. Thursday, same meeting at same time. Friday, get acquainted hour from 6 to 9 p.m. Communion service for Lutheran patients at Galesburg Stale Research Hospital Friday morning. Bethany Baptist — "Bethany Bible Thoughts" over WGIL Sunday at 8:20 a.m. Sermon during worship by Rev. George Phillips, TEAM missionary to Japan. Junior and senior youth at the church at 6 p.m. Evangelistic service at 7 p.m. The Rev. Mr. Phillips will speak. Monday, skating party at the roller rink from 7 to 10 p.m. Trustee meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. Bible study and prayer at 7:30 p.m. John Turnbull, missionary to Puerto Rico, will conduct the service. He will show slides of his work. He and his wife will leave soon for the Holy Land. Thursday, circle meeting in the church at 8 p.m. Saturday, first week of senior camp at Camp Ill-Mo. St. Martha's and Knox County Nursing Homes — Richard Kennedy, intern at First Lutheran Church, will speak Sunday at St. Martha's at 2, and at Knox County at 3 p.m. Henderson Street Baptist — Rev. Fred Crown, guest speaker during worship. Junior youth a( 6 p.m. Evening service at 7 with Rev. Fred Crown of Rock Island as speaker. Wednesday, visitation at 6:15 p.m. with prayer meeting at 7:30. McCollum Chapel — Sermon Sunday will be "T Believe." WSCS Monday at 1 p.m. at the church. Grace Episcopal — Morning prayer and sermon Sunday at 10. Rector ir on vacation. In case of need of priest, call Dr. Charles A. Ross, Carroll Norris or Charles Morrow. No week events. First Methodist — Sermon during worship will be "Foundations for Reality." Vacation Bible school for children in grades 1-6 will begin Monday and continue through Aug. 15. Times will be 9 to 11:45 a.m. First United Presbyterian — Sermon will be "Listen to the Son." Tuesday, Boy Scouts at the church at 7:15 p.m. First Baptist — Two services of worship at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. Rev. Harold A. Schlink, field secretary for the Illinois Baptist State Convention at Springfield will deliver the sermon on "The Good Shepherd." Vacation Bible school will begin Monday at 9 a.m. School will last through Friday and begin again Aug. 12 ; and conclude Aug. 16. Ann Judson and Sallre Peck guilds will hold a house party at the Methodist camp Friday and Saturday. Covenant Church — Sermon will be "Cleansing From Sin." Sacrament of The Lord's Supper will be observed. Evening service at 7. Bethel Baptist will join with the church in the service with Rev. Donald Peterson delivering the sermon on "The Dis­ ci p 1 i n e of Disillusionment." Wednesday, Bible study and prayer service at 7 p.m. Evangel Temple —'Sermon will be "The Blessed Hope." Communion service will be held. Evening service at 7:30 with message, "When God Asks Why." Thursday, Bible study and prayer. Second Baptist— Sermon will be "One Way." Communion will be observed. Visit to Calvary in Monmouth at 3 p.m. BTU at 6 p.m. Service in song at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Senior Missionary Circle at 8 p.m. Wednesday, midweek service at 7:30 p.m. Friday, business meeting postponed to Friday, Aug. 16. Saturday, Trail Explorers and Caravaners at 9 a.m. Baptist General Congress will hold annual session with the churches of Peoria Monday through Friday. Headquarters will be at Morning Star Baptist Church. Bethel Baptist— Sermon will be "The Burden Bearer." Lord's Supper will be observed. United service at Covenant at 7 p.m. Pastor will speak. Post high youth will meet at the church following service. Tuesday, Christian Education board at 7 p.m. Wednesday, prayer and Bible study at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Vacation Bible school will begin Monday, Aug. 12 at 9 a.m. Bus service will be provided. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints— Quarterly conference of the Nauvoo District of the church will be held Sunday at Temple Square in Nauvoo. Sessions will begin at 9:30 a.m. Relief Society and Priesthood meetings will be held. General session at 11 a.m. President Richard Maycock of the Northern States Mission will preside over the conference. Meetings for various auxiliaries will be held Saturday at the Burlington chapel in Iowa from 1 to 5 p.m. for primary, Sunday school and MIA. Relief Society and Priesthood at 7 p.m. No services in the Galesburg chapel Sunday. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — Church school theme will be "Praise the Lord With Thanksgiving for His Word." Communion at 11 a.m. Discussion group will meet* at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Corbin at 7:30 p.m. Priesthood will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the church. First Church of God — Christian Brotherhood House Sunday at 8:30 a.m. over WGIL. Sermon during worship will be "The Temptation of Christ." Evening service at 7. Ladies prayer group Tuesday morning at the home of Mrs. Cora Dawson. Wednesday, midweek activities at 7:30 p.m. Youth will meet. There will be prayer and a children's meeting. East Main Street Congregation* al — Sermon will be "Related by Action." Trustees will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Minister's vacation will begin this week. If needed, he may be contacted through Ralph Newberg. Evangelical United Brethren — Sermon will be "Call and Conflict." , Lewis Long will show slides of the Far East at 8 p.m. Intermediate bowling Monday at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, WSWS coffee hour at the church at 9:30 a.m. Bible study at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, camping trip for youth. Mt. Calvary Lutheran— Sermorr topic will be "Kindness." Com* munlon will be observed. ftethetda Baptist — Sermon topic will be "1 Was Crushed." •a* First Church of Christ, Scientist -> Subject during Sunday school and worship at the same hour will be "Love." Calvary Assenthly of God — Sermon will be "God's People in a Godless Age." Communion will be observed. This is Missionary Sunday. Contest continues during Sunday school. Youth hour will not be conducted this evening due to camp in progress it Car* linville. Sermon in evening will be "The Predicament." Tuesday morning, prayer at the church. Wednesday, family night. Silent church, children's hour and living faith group. BTHE BIBLE B I SPEAKS [ TO YOU SUNDAY - 7:45 A.M. WGIl - 1400 kc. This Week's Christian Science Program "Where Are We Safe?" Hold Breakfast At Young's Lake KIRKWOOD — Members of the WSCS of the Smithshrre and Kirkwood Methodist churches met at Young's Lake Thursday for a breakfast. Mrs. Henrietta Lauver offered prayer, and hostesses in charge were Mrs. Elizabeth Braselton, Mrs. Esther Smith, Mrs. Hester Conway. Mrs. Grace Byers, Mrs Kathryn Evans, Mrs. Carol Pence and Mrs. Lorena Bryant. A Bible quiz followed the breakfast. Possession By Demons NEW YORK (AP) — Cases of persons being possessed by demons "are still fairly frequent," Dr. Jean Lhermitte, a French neurologist and Roman Catholic layman, writes in a new book, "True and False Possesion" (Hawthorne). "Whatever sceptics, unbelievers and the ill-informed may think, demonopathic manifestations are not extinct. . . . Although it is currently maintained that cases of diabolical possession appeared more frequently in an age when religious faith was more vigorous than today, observation of the facts proves otherwise." Dial A Devotion A Thought And A Prayer To Help You | DIAL 343.3119 | A service provided by the Board of Deacons FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Prairie and Ferris Streets Galesburg, Illinois ASSISTANT PASTOR — Rev. Robert Kinas (above) of Milwaukee, Wis., is the new assistant pastor of First Lutheran Church. The Rev. Mr. Kinas, 28, who is married and has a son, 2, also will be responsible for youth and parish education work. This is the first assistant pastor First Lutheran has had. He received his B.D. degree from the Lutheran School of Theology in May. The family will reside at 1051 Willard St. Membership In Lutheran Churches Up Baptized Lutheran membership in Galesburg showed a marked increase, from 3,349 in 1961 to 3,447 at the end of 1962, church reports indicated. The most substantial increase was shown by First Lutheran Church, where the membership jumped from 1,360 in 1961 to 1,445 by the end of 1962. Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church also showed a growth in membership from 237 in 1961 to 261 by the end of 1962. Trinity Lutheran Church dropped off slightly in membership from 1,752 in 1961 to 1,741 at the end of 1962. As membership increased, so did expenditures. Total spending, home and abroad, jumped from $169,079 during 1961 to $198,471 by the end of 1962. First Lutheran increased expenditures from $70,500 in 1961 to $87,500 by the end of 1962. Trinity Lutheran, although membership dropped off, raised expenditures from $79,102 in 1961 to $92,275 by the end of 1962. Mt. Calvary Lutheran decreased spending slightly from $19,477 in 1961 to $18,696 rn 1962. Lutheran churches in North America reported a total membership of 8,734,734 adults and children at the end of 1962. Lutheran bodies reported 8,448,969 baptized members in the United States and 285,765 members for affiliated groups in Canada, according to the annual statistical summary issued by the National Lutheran Council. Gain 123,666 The baptized total represents a gain of 123,666 members or 1.66 per cent during 1962. The percentage of increase was slightly less than the 1961 gain which was 1.8 per cent. The gain in baptized membership of 123,666 in 1962, distributed among the 18,431 congregations, marks an average increase of 6.7 new members per local church. The largest Lutheran body, Lutheran Church in America with 3,200,314 members, reported a net increase of 14,922 over the combined 1961 memberships of the four bodies which merged to form the new organization. For the 18th consecutive year, the highest numerical increase was made by the Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod as it accounted for 54 per cent of all the new members reported. The synod added 67,151 baptized members or 2.6 per cent to boost its total membership to 2,611,695. The third largest of the bodies, the American Lutheran Church, has 2,410,977 membership, a gain of 46,535 or 1.9 per cent over 1961. Three smaller Lutheran bodies reported decreases in membership ranging from 11 to 26 per cent. These Religious Messages ore published under the auspices of Galesburg's Churches and ore sponsored by Galesburg's Business Firms He Helped Me See Life Through • •. x i >e eves OP ©OB THE CHURCH FOR ALL... ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the building of character and good citizenship. It is a store-, house of spiritual values. Without a strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons why every person should attend services regularly and support the Church. They are: (1) For his own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For the sake of his community and nation. (4) For the sake of the Church itself, which needs his moral and material support. Plan to go to church regularly and read your Bible daily. I was a little girl, then. The pews at our church were rough wooden benches, and my feet wouldn't reach the floor. But, as though it were yesterday, I remember his sermon. About a woman who poured oil on the feet of Jesus. Some people said this was a wasteful thing to do. The oil was expensive; the money might have been given to the poor . . . But Jesus wasn't angry with the woman! "In the eyes of God," our old minister said, "the most precious treasure is the love in a human heart." No single thought has influenced my life more than that one. Most of my happiness <— all of my strength when sorrows come — have been somehow entwined with that simple truth. I shudder at times to think; what if that day I had not been there? » A sermon, a prayer, a Bible passage does not touch the same chord in every heart. $ut as you seek each Sunday to see life through the eyes of God, there will come mighty visions stirring the depths of your soul. Copyright 1963, Keister Advertising Service, Inc., Straaburg, Vs. Monday Matthew 26:6-13 Tuesday Luke 6:32-38 Wednesday John 15:12-17 Thursday Romans 5:6-11 Friday I Corinthians 13:1-13 Saturday I John 4:7-12 HAWKINSON MFG. CO. 151 Cedar Avenue GALESBURG SOFT WATER SERVICE 175 North Cherry St. KARMELKORN KANDE SHOP 442 East Main St. LANE GLASS CO. 18 West Main St. ADAMS PRESSED METAL CORP. Chambers & Mulberry St. PARK DRIVE DAIRY 595 N. Whitesboro St. J. P. BENBOW PLUMBING & HEATING 1191 South West St. CLIFF ANDERSON INSURANCE AGENCY 45 South Kellogg St. PALMGREN BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. 600 East Main St. SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. 467 East Main St. C & E GROCERY FLOOR COVERINGS Henderson & Fremont Sts. 429 East Main St. CHAS. S. GAMBLE MUSIC CO. 564 N. Henderson ft. MAURITA DALE SHOP 199 East Main St. PUCKITT BUICK CO. 149 West Main St- t

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