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Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, April 5, 1969
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Churchman lauds Laird By MARIE B. WALLING Republic Religion Editor An outspoken opponent of the war in Vietnam and proponent of separation of church and state scored some telling points yesterday in a Good Friday talk to the Sun Valley Kiwanis Club at the Hotel Westward Ho. Dr. Doward McBain, First Baptist Church, said: "All should be grateful that Defense Secretary Melvin Laird, according to a recent news release, plans to rescind the Army order" that military chaplains may no longer make reference to God or religion when speaking to military personnel. (Laird since has done so.) However, he pointed to some subtle inferences in the Army's original order. "My first reaction (to the Army ruling)," declared Dr. McBain, "was to thank God that someone at long last has discovered that the Lord should be considered out of place in the Vietnam war." He has consistently opposed the war as immoral. He noted, "This directive openly admits that the chaplain is primarily a morale builder and consequently should not be committed to expressing his faith as the overriding obligation of a churchman." He said that as long as the government pays clergy in military service, "the government has the right to limit his activities and preaching." Dr. McBain called on churches to support their own ministers in the armed forces, "as long as we are seriously considering pushing the church onto the tax rolls in America." He said such a move would "insist on the freedom of (the church's) ministry to speak of God according to the dictates of his conscience and his calling. "Good Friday," he continued, "is an excellent opportunity for us to ask ourselves what we really believe about God and whether or not he does have a stake in our nation's future. "We have done the most extraordinary things with the cross. We have put it on our steeples and elevated it to irrelevancy. We have put it on our jewelry and acted like it was magical. "We. have done almost everything with the cross but have it speak of the love of God." World healing topic of talk Drs. William and Gladys McGarey, Valley psychiatrists, will speak on "Healing Around the World," at 8 p.m. Friday at Camelback Women's Club, 3802 E. Indian School. They recently completed a six-week tour of Europe, the Middle East and the Far East, sponsored by the Association for Research and Enlightenment (Metaphysical). On the tour, they studied healing practices in eight countries, including the religious practices and faith involved. Among other items, they will describe the fire- walkers of the Fiji Islands and the Vedic doctors of India who employ herbs and sacred stones in their healing practices. Admission is $1.50 for adults. Mission bells to ring again Religious Science clergy . „ . . . to meet in Scottsdale Cast m Spain over six centuries ago KhrUru CITY By MARY BONNELL CAVE CREEK - A pair of ancient Spanish mission bells, possibly the oldest in the United States, will ring on Easter from the bell tower of the new Good Shepherd of the Hills Episcopal Church in Cave Creek. Cast in Spain over six centuries ago, they were sent to Spanish missions in Mexico. One bears the date "Ano de 1351," and a bas-relief cross with four stars. If there was a date on the second bell, use and weather have obliterated it. The bells, of an alloy including bronze, gold and silver, were part of a collection gathered from all over the world by Mrs. Phoebe Hearst, mother of William Randolph Hearst, San Simeon, Calif. According to a custodian at the Hearst estate, the smaller of the two bells, 22 inches wide by 23 inches high, and weighing 325 pounds, once tolled from the tower of a New Mexico mission. Hostile Indians burned the mission, causing the bell to fall and crack. It was later hung in another mission where it continued in use for another full century. The bells were acquired by Republic Photo by Ed Ryan The bells of Cave Creek, six centuries old, will ring on Easter at Good Shepherd of the Hills Episcopal Church a young artist, Alba Heywood, of Big Sur, Calif., and donated to the Cave Creek church during a visit here with his uncle, Gene B. Heywood. He said the white, thick-walled church, styled after early Spanish missions, was an appropriate setting for his' ancient bells. They are to be formally dedicated April 19 by the Rt. Rev. Jo- Nun swaps habit tor mini; Disobedience steps back into stagelights advocated MELBOURNE (UPI)—A few months ago Melissa Jaffer, 26, was a Roman Catholic nun. Today she is understudy female lead and assistant stage manager of Melbourne's production of Hadrian VII. Melissa was given special leave from the strict Order of the Servants of the Blessed Sacrament because her widowed mother needed help. So Sister Mary Maurice changed her habit for a miniskirt and went back to earning her living at the thing she knows best—acting. After four years in the convent at Armdale, a Melbourne suburb, Melissa was told her mother was in financial difficulties. "I received full cooperation from the bishop," said Melissa. "But it was funny. He said, 'I suppose you were a nurse or something like that.' "I'd have loved to have said yes, but when I told him I was an actress he just said, 'Of course you must go back to the work you can do.' " Melissa took up an acting career at the age of 18 and left five years later. She said that other members of the cast have not made any special allowances for her new role. "Swear? Some of them do often. I don't mind, I am sure they don't. "Many of the cast are very old friends of mine and I'm surprised how easily they have accepted me back. "It's almost as if I've never been away," Melissa said. She said she is quite happy with things as they are. "Whatever happens will be God's will for me personally and I don't feel mixed up at all." C AMD EN, N.J. (UPI)There are times when Christians may have to disobey their government to bring about justice, peace and freedom, according to William Phelps Thompson, stated clerk of the General Assembly of the United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. "When ... a government fails to provide justice, peace or freedom for all its citizens, it is distorting true order, and Christians should remain faithful to their understanding of what order ought to be and seek to bring the needed change, even at the cost of disobeying that government," Thompson said. He spoke at a testimonial dinner honoring the Rev. Samuel E. Appel of the Camden Metropolitan Ministry, seph R. Harte, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Arizona. Tragically, Heywood cannot attend. On March 28 he was overcome by smoke from a fire in his studio, and did not recover. Thus the bells he meant as a memorial to his grandmother, Bertha Alta Hoag, also will be a memorial to the donor, Alba Heywood. They have been hung in the steeple after repair at Cavallier Iron Works, Scottsdale. MEDITATION PLANNED The Rev. Thomas F. Watson and his wife, Margaret, will conduct a Camp Farthest Out Prayer Laboratory and Meditation at 5 p.m. today at Asbury United Methodist Church. episcopal Churches TRINITY CATHEDRAL 100 W, Roosevelt 6:00 a.m. Festival Communion The Dean Preaching 8:00 a.m. Festival Communion The Bishop Preaching 10:00 a.m. Festival Communion The Dean Preaching ALL SAINTS 4300 N. central AM a.m. Holy Communion 9:00 a.m. Holy Communion 11:00 a.m. Holy Communion ST. ELIZABETH'S 13244 N. 23rd Ave. 8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist 10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist 7:00 p.m. Holy Eucharist ST. MARY'S 39th Ave. at Maryland 11:00 p.m. Holy Saturday Liturgy 8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist 10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist 5:30 p.m. Holy Eucharist ST. PAUL'S 2801 N. 31St St. 6:30 a.m. Holy Communion 8:00 a.m. Holy Communion and Sermon 9:00 a.m. Holy Communion and Sermon 11:00 a.m. Holy Communion and Sermon GOOD SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS Cave creek-carefrM 8:00 a.m. Holy Communion 9:30 a.m. Church School 11:00 a.m. Holy Communion ST. CHRISTOPHER'S 10233 W. Peorla Ave. 8:00 a.m. Holly Communion 9:30 a.m. Holy Communion 11:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist ST. BARNABAS 6715 Mockingbird Lane North of Lincoln Drive SCOTTSDALE 6:00 a.m. Holy Communion .7:30 a.m. Holy Communion 9:15 a.m. Holy Communion 11:00 a.m. Holy Communion ST. STEPHEN'S 2310 N. 56th St., Phoenix 6:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist and Sermon 8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist 9:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist and Sermon 11:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist and Sermon CHRIST CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION 4015 E, Lincoln Drive 7:00 a.m. Family Choral Eucharist 9:30 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon Senior Choir 11:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon Senior Choir ST. MARKS Mesa—322 N. Home 6:30 a.m. Holy Communion 8:00 a.m. Holy Communion 9:30 a.m. Choral Eucharist 11:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist St. Michaels and All Angels 11101 N. 36th Street Paradise Valley Area 8:00 a.m. Easter Day Holy Eucharist UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST Visitors Vy§korn0 10:30 A.M. ; Phone 947-7229 TEMPE: ^Service and Church School 1 1 rOQ A.M. NORTH SIDE BAPTIST CHURCH 6225 N. Central presents its EASTER SERVICES 8:15 A.M. WORSHIP 9:30 A.M. BIBLE STUDY 10:45 A.M. WORSHIP 11 A.M. LIVE TELECAST KPHO Channel 5 Pastor Richard Jackson "IS GOD DEAD?" 7:15 P.M. Observance of Church Ordinances Members of the United Clergy of. Religious Science from many parts of the country will attend a convocation Monday through Friday at the Safari Hotel, Scottsdale. Meetings and lectures on "Revival and Renewal" will be held, plus election of officers. There are two churches of Religious Science in the Valley. Highlight of the convocation will be a talk at 8 p.m. Wednesday by Dr. William Hornaday, Founder's Church of Religious Science, Los Angeles. Dr. Hornaday has been invited to visit Vietnam to meet with Catholics, Buddhists and cabinet ministers about education, agriculture and health in that country. United Presbyterian The Arizona Republic 2) Phoenix, Sat., April 5, Watt Monroe between Fourth and Fifth Avanu« FIRST 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. EASTER MUSIC by First Churh Orchestra, bras*, typanl and organ and combined Choir* 'THE MAN WHO TRANSFORMED DEATH INTO LIFE" Dr. Charles R. Ehrhardt preaching In the Chancel—The Magnificent Easter Cross UeUABIAI 4MI Easl Thomas Road MfclflUlflAL Ph. 955-4270 Church School 9:30 3 Services at 8:30-7:30 A 11 A.M. "WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE" Pastors: Harry G. Griffiths, John A. Fredrick ORANGE f WOOD 7321 N. 10th ST. — 944-1508 Worship * Church School 9:30 & I I A.M. "A CASE OF EASTER HEARTBURN" Samuel J. Lindamood Jr. Duane P. Holloran, Eugene Letebvre, Pastors SCOTTSDALE "P'I CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 ft 11 A.M. WORSHIP 8:30 & 11 A.M. "LIVING TO DIE, or DYING TO LIVE" Mr. Hutchinson, preachint Mr. Goodenberqer Alton Goodenberger and Wallace Hutchlnun Pastors If AI I EV *' 47 E - McDonald Dr. TULLE.! 945-9554 - Scottsdale WORSHIP & CHURCH SCHOOL 9:30 and 11:00 A.M. Sunrise Service 6 A.M. "RUNNING WITH CONFIDENCE" Herbert P. Landcs, John F. Shaw, Gary L. Kush, Pastors BETHANY 7702 N. 35th Ave. Herbert N. Chris;, Pastor Worship 0:30 ft 11 A.M. CAMELBACK C.S. 9 A.M., Wor. 10 A.M. Lincoln Dr. at Palo Crisll 6436 N. 36th St. Thomas B. Fischer, Paster CHRIST 4440 W. Indian Schoel Rd. — Wm. J. Holland Minister * ft 11 A.M. Morning Worthlp ft Church School, Y.F. 7 P.M. CHURCH OF THE MASTER i^WTO CHURCH SCHOOL *:30-WORSHIP 9:30 ft 11 A.M. W. JAMES HENDERSON, Pastor 1210 E. Virginia Ave. STANLEY V. ANDERSON. Pastor CHURCH SCHOOL »:15, MORNING WORSHIP 10:30 AM. COVENANT MORNINGSIDE 2002 E. Rootevelt Pastor: Bruce D. Compton Services 9:30 & 11 A.M. Church School 9:30 A.M. Wednesday Bible Hour 12:15 P.M. NORTHMINSTER """M 8 £ h , 0 A a v« school> Worship 9:30 A.M., Church School 11 A.M.—Robert F. Clark, Paster 4735 riorth 19th Avenue, 274-2123 W. Ralph Lutkin, Th. M., Pastor WORSHIP 9:30 * 11 A.M. CH. SCHOOL 9:30 A.M, WESTMINSTER COME AND HEAR WORLD RENOWNED EVANGELIST JIMMY ALLEN ONLY 2 MORE NIGHTS APRIL 5th & 6th 7:30 NIGHTLY This is your opportunity to hear an Evangelist who speaks to an average of a quarter of a million people every year. His Gospel Preaching of CHRIST during the last twenty years has resulted in the Dedication and Conversion of more than 10,000 people. We honestly feel that these are opportunities you can't afford to MISS! NORTHWEST CHURCH OF CHRIST 7654 N. 19th AVENUE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Congregationa!-Christian-Evan9elical>RefornM«1 Rev. Henry Culbertsen, Conference Minister—2710 N. 7th Ave.—2t5-738I ChUrCh Of th6 BtfltltlldtS <N*rth comregatienal) «U W. Olvdal* Ave. Ministers; Culver ri. Neiwn, Everett •. Luther, L. T. Knotter, Kenneth H. Buckwald Ph. 244-1M1 3 Services of Worthlp I - 9:30 • 11 a.m. 8:00 a.m. "GOOD GRIEFI THE STONE'S GONE I" REV. BUCKWALD PREACHING 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. "RESURRECTION — FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE DON'T ROLL AWAY THE STONE I" DR. NELSON, PREACHING FIRST lait Wllletta and 2nd St. Ministers: H. Shelby Lee, Geori* L. Lacy, Lester J. Kennedy Church School »:3* Worship 9:3* ft 11 A.M. 7 p.m. UCY 4:30 Sunrise Service, on Church Lawn led by Youth 1-9:3* ft 11 A.M. "The Most Hopeful Thing Jesus Said" II y I AV 2< tn *"•• and Mancopa UnlUN David R. Thomas, Minister 9:45 AM Svndav School-Church Services 1? A.M. ujetkV WB9I R ' v - «» W. Thomas Ru. School * A.M. Worship 8:3* ft 10 A.M. "WHY DIP CHRIST RETURN" TEMPE Church School 9:15 ft 10:3* Worship 10:30. Jr. P. F. 6:30 "Good Morning" Rev. George Bennett, Interim Minister 101 E. 16th St. MESA 1020 N. Horne St. 969-3268 Relniv M. Jensen, Minister 9:1* Church School !•:»» family W*r«Mp CftflTTCIIAI B 442J N> Granite R«et Rd. 9VUTT*>UALfc R*v. Kennel* T. Widntv, Mln. Sunday School ft Worship 9:30 ft 11 "CAME THE DAWN" NEIGHBORHOOD J76-MJ* 7th si. ft Southern Minister MM K. Kfayetl* Blvd. 95»-311« Shephird of the Hills *:» ft 1*:M A.M. -- Pmiily Worship, Nurttry ft Kindertarltn "WHAT |( PASTTI PROLOGUE" Mr. Hilnrlch preachlnf R»v. Donald H. Helnricn *. fticn*r« •>. carter, Minlden Rev. Qaylt ItrlckMr 7:0* P.M. "BURNING HEARTS AND DUSTY ROADS' Sunday School 9:15 A.M. Mernlne Worship 9:15 A.M. 10:45 A.M. ENC4ITO COMMUNITY CHURCH »1* M. 7th AV« Sunday School ft Mornin* Worship 10 A.M. Y.PTZ:3« P.m. Jr. ft Ir. HI "IS CHRISTIANITY OUT OP DATff" 9. Orland A. McKlniev, P«ft*r UNITED METHODIST CHURCHES WELCOME YOU TO WORSHIP ON ALDERSGATE «30 N. 32nd St. • 956-3710 WORSHIP and CHURCH SCHOOL 9 ft 10:30 A.M. Sunrise service 6:00 A.M. Worship services 7:30 - 9:00 • 10:30 A.M. Roberl W. Peale, Olln N. Snerman, j. E. Feller BETHEL 7th Street and Osborn Rd. 2*5-1164 Church School Worship 6:30 & 11 A.M. "A LIVING HOPE" Rev. CARLYLE BOYNTON Guesl Speaker Dr. Roscee Strivings, Pastor, Rev. C. Bennett CROSS ROADS 7N1 N. Central at Northern • 944-1524 Church School 9:30 ft 11 A.M. Worship 6 A.M. • 1:00 • »:30 ft 11 A.M. "HE WOULD NOT STAY DEAD" Rev. Wm. O. Smith, Pastor Ceo. Frey, Dir. of Music. Robin Kreider, Dir. of Che. Ed. EPWORTH 593$ W. Camelback • 939-90J7, f34-1 in Church School ft Worthlp 9:30 and 11 a.m. "RESPONSE TO THE RESURRECTION" Rev. Robert A. Stanley, Minister Rev. Richard R. Madley, AIIOC. ASBURY 16*1 W. Indian Schoel Rd.-379-23el C.I. ?:M A.M.; Wor. 9:31 4 11 A.M. Rev. Paul Wilkenson "All Power In Heaven ft Earth" BROOKS MEMORIAL 5*21 W. Thomas Rd. 271-3201 C.S. 10:30. Wor. 9:15 ft 10:30 A.M. Wor 9:15 ft 11:10 A.M. Pastor Speanins _ R»y. Dennis Ramsey 794* W. Ind. Sen. Rd. • 936 5M4 Sunday School »:3« ft 11 A.M. Worship II A.M. ft 7 P.M. Rev. William Bu»ilti, Minister CAPITOL '*«• Ave. ft w. Van iuren 253-344J Ch. Schwl f :MJ Wor. n a.m. CENTRAL 1175 N. Central 151-8041 "The Mother of Methodism In the Valley" Worship at 8:00 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. "FESTIVAL OR FAITH" Dr. Chilton McPheeters preaching Radio Ministry KTAR (620) 12:30 p.m. Easter Telecast 3:00 p.m. Channel 3 PHOENIX FIRST 5510 N. Central Ph 274-3557 Sunday School 8:00-9:30 ft 11 A.M. Worship 8:00-9:30 ft 11 A.M. "FOR YOU AND YOURS" • Dr. Cain preaching Youth Ministry S to f P.M. Ministers Richard W. Cain, A. Leonard Miller, Melvin J. Prllts, Paul M. WheatWv Charles B. Pavey PARADISE VALLEY "The church In the Desert by Camelback Mis." 4455 East Lincoln Drive—946-1169 6 A.M. Sunrise Service, Ted Apostol ft Youth Group 7:30-8:30-9:30-11:30 "The cross 01 Love" Rev. Dale Smith. Dale Smith, Minister Leland Haas, Musi* Ted Apostol, Youth, Janece Kline, Children GLENDALE FIRST 7102 N. 58th Drive • 939-140* Church School 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship 9:30 & 10:50 "THE RESURRECTION MAKES A DIFFERENCE" George W. Slump, Pastor SCOTTSDALE 300 N. Miller Rd. (76th St.) N. of Indian Sen. Rd. Church Sch. 9:30 ft 11 A.M. UMYF 5 to I P.M. Wor. 9:30 ft 11 A.M. Pastor Speaking Albert M. Smith, David Ellsworth, Mln. *46-5MI „ LOS ARCOS (formerly Valley Plan! 7425 E. Culver • M5-5151 Church School » ft 10:30 A.M. Worship * & io:30 A.M. Ministers: Jouph E. Parsnall ft Ivan B. Burnett Jr. TRINITY 1194 W. Glendale Av*. . 937-424J »:30 ft 11 A.M. Church School 8-9:30 ft 11:00 A.M. "DARE TO LOVE NOT DIE" Rev. cooke Donald B. Cooke Geor M. Hoyle . ^ Youtt I p.m. Ow Win, paitor «4l ALBR 4l I. IGHT CREIGHTON 490* E. Thomtl Rd. • 95MOM C.S. 8:30 ft 9:45 Worship 6 A.M.-8:30-9:45 ft 11 A.M. The Rev. Dwane E. Averlll, Minister CROSS in the DESERT 12835 N. 32nd St.—992-1960 Church Sch. »:30 a.m. Wor. 10:45 a.m. PASTOR SPEAKING Norman Knight, Minliter CRUTCHFIELD 1/75 E. Buckeye Rd. • Ph. 252-9412 C.S. 9:30; Worship 11 A.M. Sermon by Minister Rev. Ivory Lockwood, Minister FAITH 8640 N. Wh Ave. 943-3465 "The Roll of Drums" Sunrise Service 6:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. ft 9:30 a.m. ft 11:00 a.m. Sunday School • 9:30a.m. ft 11:00a.m. Rev. c. Edwin Daniel, Minister FIRST MEXICAN 701 S. Firit Street • AL 3-936* C.S. 1* A.M.; MYF 4:3* P.M. 11 A.M. ft 7:30 P.M. Sermon by Min. Rev. M. B. Garcia. Minister GARFIELD East Roosevelt at 13th St. - 251-5181 C.S 9:40, Worship 10:55 a.m., MYF 7 Pastor Speaking Frank M. Cartwrlghl, Minister GRACE, Phoenix 2*0 W. Southern Avenue • 276-1231 C.S. 9:30; Worship 10:45 "THE KINGDOM THAT CANNOT BE SHAKEN" Rev. Donald R. Jenup, Minuter SHEPHERD Pf the VALLEY " 3*3* W. CadU* Road • M2-3744 C.S. 9:30 ft 11; MYF 6:3* P.M. thlp »:3f A.M. ft 11 A.M. R*V. R«x A. AVONDAll 1M W. W«ltr« BUCKIYI Ml lawn Av*. CHANDLII 211 W. CI*v*lMd CHRIST CHAPIL Southern Av*. IIIERTY I MIS* HIST I SUN CITY Liter* Sch. M. I 15 |. 1*J Av*, | Me* . ST. PAUL'S W. Van Buren at 28th Ave. 253-3441 C.S. 11 a.m.; Worship 9:3* a.m. Youth 7 p.m Don Smith, Paster TEMPE. FIRST 215 E. University Dr. 967-3374 Ch. School ft Wor. 9:30 ft 11 Dr. Harold Frey, Ronald Lynch, Minister* VELDA ROsTM^i 5540 E. Apache Trail Church School 9:30 A.M. Worship 8, 9:3« ft 11 A.M. ^ J. Erbln Moore jr., Dr. G. Fry*. WESLEY 1802 E. Washington • 876-7111 C.S. »:30 M.Y.F 1(1 ft iVsw Sermon by Minister Rev. Ennli Wh*ley, Minister DESERT CHAPIL Apach* JWKIIW I ST. ANDREWS 11244 University Temn* DESERT WEST 26*1 N. flit Avt, YOUNGTOWN Alabama at n** Av*> The _ Lutherans AUONA 3366 W. Roostvelt J78-19* Robert A. Yeoman*, Pastor Sunday school »:•» A.M. Worship 10:15 A.M. AMERICAN EV. 1130 W. Olenro** Ph.»4J-2M7 Rev. Edmund Kruei*r S.S. 9:45 WOR. «:30 ft 11 A.M. Day care Center Kindergarten AUGUSTANA M04 N. 14th St. AM 5-8440 HaroW P. Sehlunti, Patter Church School 1*-11:45 A.M. Worship Service 10 A.M. BETHEL Hi-sin 7310 N, 27th Ava. L. Olav Tola, Pastor EASTER FESTIVAL SERVICES 6 A.M. • » A.M. ft 11 A.M. 047-3147 (Mo.) 1418 E. Portland SI. ft 173-1U1 Robert W. Schiller, Patter Sunday School 9:15 A.M. Worship 10:30 A.M. BETHLEHEM CHRIST (MO.) 93M*tt 3901 E. Indian School Rd. William c. Pefcfcr, Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Warship 8:13 and 11 A.M. CHRIST THE KING S.S. 9 A.M. WOR. 10:11 A.M. 3190 E. Northern Avenue Church phone: W7-OOU Richard Herrle, Patttr 4*01 W. Indian School Rd. AP l-Mlf Edward J. Valkmann, Patter Family at Worship I ft 11 A.M. Family at Study » ft II A.M. Church the Master (MO.. 23rd Ave. and Cactut (Q Ava.) John f. Kuntz, Pastor Wl S-JIW Sunday School •:!! A.M. Worthlp 10:30 A.M. FAITH 801 E. Camelback Rd. AM S-3IN Rev. Charles H. Mby, MtnMer Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 9:30 and 11 A.M. GLENDALE ST JOHN. 7J05 N. 51st Ave. *JM7a Paul J. Halvortan, Patter Worship Services 8:30 and 11:M em Church School »:« MI HDIA nCI Stanford Or. end GLURIA DEI Pale ChrltN (34th St.) Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:45 A.M. Neale o. Jensen, Paster, 955-7MI 1114 N. 3rd St. AL 8-3717 C. L. Strubel, PetMr H. C. Lindsay, Emtrltg* Sunday Schoel 9:3* A.M. Worship 9:30 and 11 A.M. HOPE A.L.C. 6600 South Central BR Htn Roy K. Malde, Paster EASTER SERVICES 6:00 & 10 A.M. KING OF KINGS <«..) 33rd Ave. & Rose Lane 939-5641 R. A. Schlnnerar, Patter Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship I ft 11 A.M. Mesa St. Peter <ALC> 1847 East Mahoney Ave. WO 4-49J* Rev. R. E. Johnson, H. I. Pateraen Sunday School 9:45 A.M. WorshiD 8:1 5-9:45 & 11:15 a.m. 1942 W. Camelback Rd. CR 4-4711 Theodore L.. Mcndenhall, Patter Sunday Schoel 9 A.M. Worship 10 A.M. MOUNT OF OLIVES 3546 East Thomas Road 956-142* Pastor Martin C. Olson Worship 8:30 and 11 A.M. S.S. & Adult Forum 9:45 A.M. MT, CALVARY c«..> 5105 North 7th Ave. AM 6-445* Rev. Eugene Beyer, Patttr Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 8:15 and 10:45 A.M. OUR SAVIOUR'S 1312 E Glendala Ave. 94M4V John N. Peterson, Paster Sunday School 9:30 I.M. Worship 8:15-11 A.M. PEACE Missouri Synod S041 S. 7th Avenue ?74-*87* K. J. Kllllan, Patter S.S, 9 A.M. Worship 10 A.M. PRINCE OF PEACE 3641 North 56th St. 1454137 Phillip A. Gangsel, Paster Roger H. Gordon, Astt. Patttr S.S. & Worship 8:30 ft 10:30 A.M. (MO) St. Mark 3030 E. Thunderbird 992-1910 Loel G. Haak, Pastor Worship 9 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. ST, PAUL <MO., 6301 W.. Indian School Rd. 939-1029 Rev. CARL G. M. STEINER Pastor Sunday Schtol tito A.M. Worship I ft 10:45 A.M. SUNNYSLOPE 1424 H. 7th Avt. • M3-403I Jerome c. Trolsted, Patter Sunday Schoel 10 A.M. Worthlp f ft 11 A.M. Shepherd £ Valley 15th Ave. and Maryland 365-3tn Pastors: L. C. Burnt, K. I. Llnla* Worship 9:00 and 11 A.M. Sunday Schoel t:0» A.M. Scottsdale Ascension 7100 North Mxklntbird Lent Cenrad S. Braaten, Patter Chas. w. sundry, Asst. Paster Nurtery Provided MI-MS* Wor»h|p 10 A.M. Svuday tenet! I A.M. SCOTTSDALE E. Continent*) tt 7*th It. Erich Hotter, Patter 947-74M Worship 1:30-1:41 and 11 A.M. Sunday Scheel »:4i and 11 A.M. SCOTTSDAL6 _ 4300 N. 82nd SI - »47-5U| Jack Zoellner, Pattor Worship 8:30 and 11 a.m. ».|. tl«f A.*, SCOTTSDALE Haydtn Rd. M. of Theme* Riv. K. H. Mever, P**t*r Worship |:M ft 11 A.M, Sunday School tiij

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