The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 6, 1966 · Page 10
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10 •* Sunday, March 6. 1966 Rally For San Jacinto Baptist Youth To Be Sunday Afternoon Central Baptist Is To Be Host Church Young people from 27 Baptist churches in East Harris County win have a youth rally at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in Central Baptist Church, Baytown. The group is composed of member churches of the San. Jacinto Baptist Association which includes churches in Baytown. La Porte, Moat Belvieu, Highlands. Crosby and Channelview. This is the first youth rally of its kind for San Jacinto Baptist, but will be duplicated on a quarterly basis. Featured speaker will be the Rev. Carl Young, youth evangelist from Baytown. Young is a popular speaker in schools and churches. He has had engagements throughout the U.S. and has also participated in an evangelistic tour in South America. Other features will include: congregational group singing leer by Ernest Woolley. minister ofj education - youth at Second Bap- j tist Church in Baytown; special musical numbers by young peo- Bayway's Membership To Be Feted t The youth organization of Bav- i way Christian Church will fete I Af pie from Baptist Temple. Second Baptist and Central Baptist; and the awarding of an attendance banner. Mrs. Pam Herring will serve as pianist for the rally. A time of fellowship and refreshments has been planned by ihe host church with Paul Turner, minister of music and education, in charge. All youth in the Baytown and surrounding area are hunted. Revival Slated In Highlands The Rev. Konald Kemp, pastor of HuntsvlUe Second Baptist Church, will be in Highlands on March 13 to begin an eight-day revival at Highlands Second Baptist Church. Music leader will be Al j Goodwin of Northside Baptist ; Church in Baytown. Services [ are planned lor 10 a.m. and [ 7:30 p.m. Monday through Sat- NEW ST. JUOE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH IN HIGHLANDS $ 130,000 building of beige brick. 8,420 square feet of floor spao?. St. Jude's Building Ready; Dedication Will Be Sunday The official dedication and first; church building, started during _, , , -»» ». I A HC^ V'il**-i<3i V4CVi*V<mVH C.ill_i A ii ^ t , l_iHi.L V_,ii UUAJV«U14i^ ( ^J V<H*i '**^U Vlkii "*£, urday. bunday service* will be i services in st Jude - s catholic j the last of August. Architect was j at tne regular times- [Church's new $130,0000 building I Christopher DeStefano and Asso! at SCO S. Main in Highlands will j ciates of Houston. General con- jbe held at 4 p.m. Sunday. (tractor was E. J. Lowry Con- Bishop W. J. Nold, bishop of'struciion Co. of Houston. ithe Galveston Diocese, andj The building is of beige brick JBishoo John L. Morkowsky, ad-j with the entrance doors located iministrator of the diocese, will | behind a decorative brick fa- be there to bless the church. Af-jcade. It is air - conditioned and Open Communion the entire church membership Sunday with a dinner at 6 p.m. at the church. The young people are plan - ning the dinner anfi also the program. Jim Sanders is president of the group. r> •*«- A Y-» ujuij uue, uze -rtev. ±s Rev. Monte Brown Das- ,_ j +«- «-„!.* c * - IiT i \ j pastor has announced. tor, said Sunday is the last day- f)f Ul 1 terward there will be a Mass, completely electrically heated. Father Maurice Dho, resident Open communion will be the' lest> said aH Highlands area highhght o£ the 10:45 a.m. serv- idents as ice Sunday at the First Church , f ^ church are of God, 112 Bob Smith 'Three Woes" will be the ser- other friends to Conduction on the new build- title, the Rev. D. J. Davis, L located adjacent to the old The interior is uniquely de signed with the altar in the cen- also has green carpeting. To the side of the church is a 50-foot bell tower that will operate automatically with various tolls. Father Dho said the old building will eventually be remodeled for a church meeting place. Father Dho has been the pries for St. Jude's for one year, taking over the parish after the death of Father Henry Parmentier in Februarv of 1956. Father SEXAGON SHAPED SANCTUARY IN OAK PANELS AND BRICK Altar in center has seating on three sides, lofty ceiling to register for the Pastor's Class, a study group which will meet each Saturday until Easter. The class is primarily for young people from age 10 through high school age who may be considering church membership or who wish further instruction on the Christian Church. Adults may also attend, he said. The official board will meet Sunday night at the parsonage to consider plans for the church j year. ! Sunday School is set for 9:45J a.m. and church service at U a.m. Choir practice is at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the church. Sunday School begins at 9:45j a.m. for all age groups. Junior Fellowship, Youth Fellowship. and Leadership Training Class all begin at 6:30 p.m. each Sun-| day. j Other services include thej Walker To Lead In Highlands Revival ter and seating arranged on j Dho, a priest for 15 years, came three sides of the altar area. The,to the U.S. from Italy eight years building will seat 500. Dark oak!ago. He was at St. Pius Catholic stained paneling and beige brick j Church in Pasadena before corn- are used in the interior, which ing to Highlands. St. Jude's was organized in 194S and the first church constructed about two years afterward. Father Paramentier had Youth Prayer mectig and choir i Reviva l plans are underway] of Galena Park. In addition to pract.ce beginning at 7 p.m., for Highlands First B a p t i s t| his mus ic - education work, he Rev. Woo Will Speak Sunday At Mont Belvieu Baptist - The Rev. Thomas Matthew] ginning of a week of pravcr for'nesday. the entir e church will .een at Highlands since shortly, Woo of Port Arthur will be the the home mission work of South-.particioate in the effort during F* *-»•»» -*-t->*i «-.h 11 *-*•»!-. ^i-a e ptr>i*Tori i . . ,. _ ,— .! _._.. _ . _ • ^ " . . ^ b after church was each tnday. The night service at 7:30 p.m.! Church slated for March 13-20. L f Brooks Wester, pastor of| has ° r vcar se "* .. , Sunday will include the sermon jp ar k Place Baptist in Houston ! P°P ular s P eaker and musi c di-j titled, "You Are Examples." \vn\l be the preacher and Lee rector for banquets, youth ral-j Brotherhood j Walker. former Baytonian who lies and revivals. The Christian Hour, sponsored by the Churches i is now' minister of" music and of Gocl, will b e heard at 8 a.m. jeducation at Spring Branch First each Sunday over radio station i Baptist will direct the revival! T.—VTT T7 I ^ . He has both a bachelor and a master's degree from Stephen Adults Are Invited To Redeemer guest speaker at the^Mont Be!-|ern Baptist, sponsored by the; ser\'ices beginning at 7:45 p.m. ~ - — - Women's Missionary- Union of! The Rev. Ronnie Skaggs is the church. A special offering [ paster of the church Mrs. Ray vieu First Baptist Church a' U a.m. on Sunday. Rev. Woo is a missionary working with language groups j for the work. One of the WMUJWMU and Mrs. J. B. Cordell, in a mission center located a;;Circles is named Ann U'oo aft- director of the W2MU praver with a goal of S4S5 will be taken i Epperson i s president of the Port Arthur. He serves under the auspices of the Home Mission Board. er his wife. The WMU will meet each morning at 9 a.m. on Mondav. He is a native of Norfolk, Va.. | Tuesday, Thursdav and Friday committee. Assisting Mrs. Cordel! xvith plans for the weeks' activities are Mrs. Delno Brown. Mrs, J. A. Cordell and a graduate of the University of!of the following week. On Wed- Mrs. M. L. Langston. Interested persons are invited i Richmond with a bachelor of i • — REV. T. M. WOO KNUZ. At Westminster— Church Family Night Sunday A church family night will be Servants or Masters?" Kingston held in Westminister Presbyterian Church at 6 p.m. this Sun- Adams win be the speaker. During the 9:30 a.m. Sunday day, beginning with a covered worship service the Rev. C. H. dish supper. The church nursery-1 Teykl, pastor, will use as his will be open and films will bei'sermon title, "Is Man Really shown for the children. The pro- Free?'' W. P. Shiflett will be in- gram will be "The Outreach Pro-[stalled a s a newly elected ruling gram of Westminster Church.'':elder. The Junior and Senior High j Church school classes for chil- youth will attend the District i dren and young people begin at Rally at the Webster Presbyter-;iO:30 a.m. The adult "study ian Church. They will leave the-courses begin at 10:-45 a.m. church at 1:15 p.m. Theme of the i The monthl meeting O f the meeting will be "Our Powers: i . _ ° i Session will be at i :30 p.m. on I Monday. A teachers' meeting jwilj be he!d at 7:r,0 p.m. Tues]day. The Westminster Choir, un- jder the direction of H.G. Bown- iton, willl rehearse at 8 p.m. j Wednesday. Mrs. W. N. Zart; . man is tthe organist. CB Methodist Church School 'For Ail Ages' F Austin College in Naco* -! to att end the adult instruction i arts degree and of Southern Bap- j imusic. IVJ ^ „ ?L,^ «f "J class at 9:30 a.m each Sandav^st Theological Seminary ai Walker formerly served thej doche f a " d ^^ . So " th( J vest - morning at Redeemer Lutheran | Louisville, Ky., with bachelor of j Wooster Baptist Church in Bay- ern Baptist Theological Semi- Cnurcn rhe Rev GJ c K u .{divimtj' and master of theology town and First Baptist Church nar > r »Fort Worth. He ha s held to fl . jdegrees. Rev - and Mre - wo ° have five nar > r »ort or. e a s e to fl . r group into s of Holy i children, Carolyn. 15. David, 12, i 5, Rodney, 3, andj A i ars ' His sermon will mark the be-f At present, Walker serves on Scripture and to apply the Cos- '• Gregory the Music Executive Council andi pe l of Jesus and His sacrifice toi"" = ~""" as Training Union director ofj the needs of modern man." ! the Union Baptist Association j "Danger Ahead, Unless. . ." j ~ ' ~~ in Houston. ji s R ev . Kollmeyer's sermon for \\f Pv- J P) U/ \\ r The Rev. Bonner C. Magness.jthe 10:45 a.m. service. Jack Hop-1 J 0 jJjQ nllD W61I St. Mark's To Honor Girl Scouts, Demolays In Sunday Services of Girl Scouts jand tlieir leaders will attend the Annual Conference's effort in re-, Hickerson and Miss Leora Q-;ris- gard to its general church at-i man. pastor, extends a special invi-jper opens the Sunday School at; tation to Walker's friends in the; 9:30 a.m. " Baytown area to attend the sen.'- 1 The third Lenten service will ices which will be at 10 a.mJbe conducted at 7:15 o.rn. Wed-ip T*i! and 7:30 p.m. daily. inesday. The color filmstrip will' \prmnn j if P " " sj ^ i ' llul ' ''"^ A rwin^C ArVili O Both First Baptist and Second!be "The Betrayers," with thej Baptist in Highlands have £an-jsermcm topic. "Why Hav e You; . ned revival for this date. Rev.,Come? 1 Missouri Street Church of Christ.!His sermon is entitled, "A Start!-j services Sunday at St. Mark's tendance Lenten emphasis. i Letters will be sent to the ; Methodist and will be honored by I Bob Parker is general chair- j membership to urcre increased ; the church in observance of Girl | man. He is assisted by Glenn j attendance. Parker said. A rare;Scout Sunday, March 6. ; Stankis, chairman of the com-;ful check of inactive members | De Molay Sunday, also March | mission on membership and i of the church is uunderwav and j 6. will be honored by St. Mark's.! Evangelism; L. B. Traverse,'a!! wil! receive a personal con[The DeMolays plan to attend the |chairman of the committee on tact from the group. The "fill-a; service in a group. j church attendance; Luther Lea. '. pew" plan and other attt-ndane ' The Rev. Harrv Holmes, pas- j chairman of the membership procedures ar e also being used, Itor, will center his sermon on|conservation committee; S. B. he said. e declarations of Jesus.; ' ~~~~~ LEE WALKER and re-' discussion on "Gripe Night" atilYZ vival guests will share a fellow- j the 6 p.m. Walther League meet- ship luncheon j in § Sunday. Joey McChesney This Sunday the pastor will; ^L^'t „*« d .T?£ OIls - Ka 5° n v preach on "The Cost of Re-1 ™~ ~- "' "~ *•" Dr. Goodrich vival. f Blood Church Members Give Blood Church School, with classes j for all ages, will begin at 9:-!Oj a.m. Sunday at Cedar Bayou, Methodist Church. E. R. Don-j nelly, Cnurcn School superin-; tendent, has announced. I Morning church service will i begin at 10:50 a.m. with thej Rev. E. J. Davis Jr.. pastor, j preaching Ushers for the morn-j ing and night services will b< Byron Franklin. L O. Casey.! -ionc \V. D. Going. J. A. McCollum.jdays — now they are also donat- W J. Tadlock and J. B. Up-;.; nw their blood ton. The Sanctuary Choir, un-; 'The Southwest Blood Bankf° bses - u P on re <l uest through the der the direction of Mrs. E. jrnobile unit was at the churchj churcn '" J. Davis Jr.. will sing the an-j this past week for donors to par- j Approximately 30 people par-!plasma for blood in Viet Nam. and Gordon s and Randv soclate past ° r ' WlU Conlmue Missionary Program To Benefit Family Saturday. March 12. a special: of irirls and other WMS members Dr. Robert E. Goodrich Jr., j missionary program will be pro-i in various parts. A fe:i;urc will of Methodist isented at the Congregational!be Mrs. C. H. Davis, who will Church of Dallas and spokes- 'Drive, by the Women's Mission-'portray a country yokel who Dorman will serve refreshments.! ' t The board of education ] Donald J. Wynnemer, chairman, j CID ' e -?. 1 ?; sse . s ' aJTan § CQ ' or ajl j m an for the Methodist Church a-ry Society, j speaks on "Church Etiquette." will meet at 7:15 p.m. Monday ages ;, ? eg7 " at ,-";• _ oung j on "The Protestant Hour" a The offering taken at this meet-i The program will begin .it 7 with the board of elders, He ;_jl jC °P le s Basses meet at 3 p.m. j national radio program, will be j ing will be sent to purchase sup-!p.m. man C. Cholcher, chairman,! "£w '„'; 7 ^ tv^ffrf^'" i the speaker for the pre-Eas- P He s needed by one of the mis-i Activities Sunday at the church ter, March 29-30 at St. Clark's jsionary families returning soon j will begin with Sunday School Methodist. ' |to the African field. The public} at 9::45 a.m. Church ser--.-icc is _ _ _ i ^ s invited. (set for 11 a.m.. youth service at a.m. on "--*---• — — C. v^.u.v..,^, •-"<*" ""«'.j held at 7 p.m Wednesday jmeefng at 8 p.m _ ) AUenti J s ' ajso ca] ,J to a | i The Society of Helping Hands, i women - g Biblc c l a s which j Airs. Barney C. Buescher, chair-( meets * t 10 ; Members of Lakcwood Church; Louie V.'hite. minister, said, ol Cnrist ar 0 not only providing j '\v e also plan to use this as a y and :il ?; e to charity these I f "benevolence. Blood — nw -i ixvl)1 be made avallst >e m otthcv through this means," White said. The blood bank is also taking and the night; bj] e unit, said the program the! blood .-ill begin at 7| c hurch is setting un is "like put-! partici '\Ve visualize possibilities of increased need because of Viet __ people more aware of the need. participating member of the VVe are novv able to tak e it to •iphvsician." meets a t 10 a.m. Wednesday. visitors are welcome. The topic will be a film on mission work among the Chinese in New York entitled, "True Light Missions." The Junior instruction classes them. Mrs. Esther Kline will jticipate in a unique program that j ticipated the day tthe unit was be at the organ. ! will benefit church members and I sationed at the church. The Junior Choir, under the:f am iHes and a!so serve as aj The blood bank serves the en-i- >s " arn activities. There is always ( direction of Joyce Arnert. will i benevolent activity of the church.! tire Houston and Galveston area. a crucial shortage of blood don-j arc a t 4 and 4:45 p.m. Wednes- rehearse at 5:45 p.m. Sunday.; Dwain Thompson, who was i The credits may be transferred ors and w 'e ? ec l that with our da v with the Senior Choir pract- The Fellowship Groups wil!;her e from Houston with the mo-!anywhere in the U.S. to any " ew mobile unit w e can make ; ce " at 8:15 p.m. meet at 6 p.m. and the night ;bj] e unit, said the program the j blood bank hospital tthat is church service will p.m. Church News A play entitled. "Have ThinejS^O p.m. with Mrs. Dean Baron "Words from i u^'n Way." wj!J be presented by i hill presiding and night church the 7 p.m. service. ! Mr s. Marline Ragsdale. Patricia j at 7 p.m. be on the fifth : l^ees, the Rev. John Ragsdale! The WMS will ms^et Tuesday itled "The Word : a n d Connie Ragsdale- Connie will j morning in the homo of Mrs. T. j play the part of a young woman jH. Guy or. Cedar Rayou Head ! The Youth Choir will sing ati wh ° ?™J*™S for'the "mission-j with Mrs. Marline Rapsdalo pre! the 8:40 a.m. service The Chan-! aly . feid and » stricken w.th abiding. A lesson cn'^k-d ;, he I eel Choir will provide special i sc " OUs li!ness " f h , Missionary s Message will be i music at the U a.m. program! Ottner features of tthe program; presented. .„ „ . . 'and for the night service. ™ H bc mls$lon T mi " dcd reclts »-L Pray " ™ e " n * Wl1 bc f n ** Rev. Holmes said the rh..rr.hi tlon *. a P^omime by a groups p.m. Ueonesday at rho church. is entering into the second weekj of its campaign on church at-' tendance as a part of th e Texas; •jting money in the bank." TheiAmerican Association of Bloodj'' ! 'e peopie." Scout Troop 93 will meet at: Cn urch is given credit for each j Banks, Thompson said. He- said i The new mobile unit is also ailable to any group or organization which has people who want to replace blood for friends or relatives who have received 7 p.m. Monday at the church. i p j nt donated As church mem-[the program is available to any Java Tuesday at 7 p.m. the Official:Ibers or their famines need blood, i organization or commercial in- ?ati Board of the church will meetju,ey may call on th e pints al- [ terest. with Johnnie Jennings, chair- j ready credited with the blood j tact tl man, presiding. Prayer meeting bank will bee held at 7 p.m. Wednes-' day. The Juha Lottie Circle •will meet at 9:45 a.m. Thursday at the church and the afternoon wil be spent in quiting. Those interested may con- the Southwest Blood Bank Listen to KWBA 1360 Every Sunday 12:15 P.M. Mormon Tabernacle Choir With Spoken Word By: STERLING W. SILL CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST NEVADA AT MICHIGAN SUNDAY SERVICE—U: AM. StJNDAY SCHOOL—11: AM. Wednesday, Meeting—8: Fja. READING ROOM 10 N. ASHB6L STREET Mondmy Throunh Friday lt:M AM. —1:00 PJVt. SATURDAY—1 PJ»-— 4: PJH. ALL AKE WELCOME of Houston. blood. MOBILE UNIT 'COMES TO PEOPLE' Lakewood Church of Christ minister Louie White, left, and blood bank representative Dwain Thompson INSIDE SOUTHWEST BLOOD BANK'S MOBILE UNIT Edward Riley, Lakewood church member, bares arm while nurses, Mrs. Beth Underwood, Miss Alice O'Brien and Francis Chiapetta (background) work Baptist Temple Revival Plans Underway, March 20 Preparations for a spring re- "Recipe for Revival" will be vival featuring Evangelist Pau! j the sermon topic used by the Knous are underway at Baptist I Rev. Odis L. Stanbery. pastor. Temple. jat the 11 a.m. Sunday service. The special services are set| Scri P tur e rending will be Mark for March 20-27 with programs i 2 -' 1 " 5 - His ti!le for the ~ P- m - ot 7:30 p.m. each day. | sermon will be "Visit to Calvary," with scripture irorn He, brews 13:11-13. Missionary Baptist Services Are Told Lonely Saviour in a Lonely World" will be the subject of Music is uunder tthe direction of Eugene Wright, minister of music, with Mrs. Wright as pianist. The church coordinators will direct the Sunday School program at 9:45 a.m. the Rev. E. H. jDominique atj°"\v".6.* Hudman," chairman of the 11 a.m. service Sunday at Mt. Rose Church. Missionary Baptist He wil] use as his text John 16:32. l Sunday School will be called to order by Supt. George Davis at 9:30 a.m. The subject of the lesson for Sunday is "Man's Communion with God." The motto text is fuund in John 15:4. At 3 p.m., the church choir will go to the Greater St. John Baptist Church to attend a monthly choir fellowship. Baptist Training Union will begin at 5:30 p.m., and the worship service at 7:30 p.m., accompanied by the Lord's Supper. the board of deacons, has announced a deacons meeting for 7 p.m. Monday in the church office. Wednesday services begin at 7 p.m. with teachers officers meeting and Girls* Auxiliary activities. Prayer meeting and church conference is set for 7:45 p.m. Calvary Missionary BAPTIST CHURCH Z1S W. MtJRRILL Sunday School — 9:45 B. T. C — 6:30 juto.

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