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Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, April 5, 1969
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r? 24 Th« Arizona Republic the Desert Lutheran Church; Phoenix, Sat., April 5, 1969 the Rev. Pinley Reid, Com• munity Methodist Church of . Youngtown; and the Rev. Aboilf Palmer Plourde, St. Joachim Roman Catholic Church. Services Continued from Page 22 9-foot cross w!Il be constructed of almost 500 Easter lil- ; lies. — At Berean Baptist : , Church, 2533 W. Myrtle, the 30-voice choir will sing the ; Easter cantata, "Hallelujah, -. What a Saviour" by John Peterson. ''. — At Seattle Pilots baseball .stadium, Tempe, a sunrise service sponsored by the .Evangelical Ministers' Fel- Jowship and the churches of • several denominations in .Tempe, Scottsdale and Mesa -will be at 6:15 a.m. ; Speaker will be the Rev. Richard A. Jackson, North "Phoenix Baptist Church. The .service will be led by Kenneth Kempton, Desert Haven Community Church, Tempe, and chairman of the fellowship. Music will be under the direction of Paul Barnes, Southside Baptist Church, Tempe. —At Turf Paradise, the annual Easter sunrise service, •sponsored by the Lutheran Laymen's League, Camelback Zone, will be at 6:30 a.m. A pageant relating the Easter story will be presented and voices of a youth choir composed of members of several North Phoenix churches will sing. The sermon will be by the Rev. Louis Y. Nau, Lutheran campus pastor at Arizona State University. Parking will be provided through the Bell Road and 19th Ave. entrance, and seating for the handicapped will be arranged. —At Encanto Park band- shell, a sunrise service will be at 6 a.m. The choir of the Boy's Clubs of Phoenix will provide special music. The service is sponsored by the Northwest Ministerial Assoc i a t i o n, representing 12 churches. —At Brophy Chapel, 4701 N. Central, the Rev. Sebastian Dzielski, OFM, will celebrate solemn high Mass at 8 p.m. It will be preceded by a resurrection procession which includes tiie procession of a statue of Our Lady of Czesto- chowa and a statue of the resurrected Christ, with the Knights of Columbus participating. —At the Religious Science Church of Scottsdale, 44 W. First Street, a traditional flower service will be at 11 a.m. Each person will receive a bouquet of white flowers as he enters to which is attached a prayer. After detaching the prayer, each person places his bouquet on the altar in a circular green wreath, "symbolizing God's good green earth as it bursts forth with new and prospering life." —At the Sun City outdoor Sun Bowl, a community sunrise service will be conducted at 6 a.m.,. with eight Sun City and Youngtown churches participating. The Rev. Justin Knorr, First Baptist Church of Youngtown, will present the message. Also participating will be the Rev. Don DeCoursey, United Church of Sun City; the Rev. Charles A. Surber, United Presbyterian Church; the Rev. Harold McIlnay, United Methodist Church; the Rev. Howard Blackburn, St. Christopher's Episcopal Church; the Rev. Einar Larson, Shepherd of The offerings will go to the Dysart Center. —At Bethany Lutheran Church, 4300 N. 82nd St., Scottsdale, a 6:30 a.m. sunrise service will be conducted in the courtyard. At 7 a.m. the senior league will host a sausage and eggs breakfast for members and guests in the educational building at 75 cents for adults and 50 cents for children. At 8:30 and 11 a.m. the mass choirs of 135 voices will sing the anthem, "Christ Is Risen." At 12:15 p.m. a brief service of communion will be offered. —At Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church, 1500 W. Maryland, the "ritual of the revolving cross" will begin the services at 6 a. m.The large cross behind the altar will be reversed with the announcement that the tomb is empty. Symbolizing the dawn discovery, the "corpus" side of the cross, which has faced the congregation during the Lenten season, will thus not be visible and only the empty cross will be the focal point of Easter worship. The sermon title is "Tragedy Transformed to Triumph." Identical services at 9'a.m. and 11 a.m. will feature special music by the high school and senior choirs. Sermon title is "The Crowning Surprise, Life Beyond." —At First Church of the Nazarene, 441 W. Monroe, the Rev. J. Paul Downey, senior minister, will bring the Easter message at 10:50 a.m. The sanctuary choir will present the cantata, "Behold Your King" at the 7 p.m. service. —At Mount of Olives Lutheran Church, 3546 E. Thomas, a sunrise service will be at 6 a.m. in .the church patio. At 7 a.m. the Luther League will serve breakfast. At 8:30 and 11 a.m., the Rev. Martin C. Olsen will preach on "Ye Seek Jesus- He Has Risen." —At the Salvation Army Third Avenue center, worshippers will meet for breakfast prior to a worship service at 10 a.m. with Captain Donald Sather, commander, WESTOWN Community Reformed Church 33rd ft Larkspur Drive SUNRISE SERVICE 6:30 a.m. "EASTER Is only the Rea.limlna" CoffM tallowing: service VICTORY SERVICE 10:45 A.M. "Ah Sweat Victory" Music: Chidren't Choir IVlaranatna 3805 N. 12th St. 266-7167 Jim Patterson, Minister Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship ..10:45 A.M. Evening Sarvica 7:00 P.M. 10:45 A.M. 'THE RESURRECTION SCENE" 7 P.M. "THE RESURRECTION OP CHRISV—IT'S SIGNIFICANCE IN 1969" IflClIf 1WE.CampMI Hukert Burrls, Minister VIEW Olf-MM Brim TWal, Chrtsl. Hue. Sunday Schaal fi41 A.M_Wer»hle 10:41 • 7 PJKL 10:41 A.M. "THE FOUNDATION OP FAITH" S P.M. PamHy Vesper Hew "THE JOY OF THE RESURRECTION" SCOTTSDALE CHRISTIANA CHURCH BIWa school » A.M., Worship 10:10, Eva. Study a P.M. OLD PASHIONBD REVIVAL HOUR 1 P.M. MEMORIAL CHRISTIAN SW N. Ma SI. Retort Balrd, Minister War. I0t40f Bttlo Sen. t:M A.M.; Youth CM; Eve. 7:JO FIRST CHRISTIAN *7» N. 7th Ave- U4-S104 Dr. Wm. S. Boice, Minister 7 A.M. Resurrection Service In the Prayer Cardan William cooper, preaching 0:4HMItll "THOU WAST SLAIN AND HAST REDEEMED" Dr. Ealca Preaching Amaia Parklee, BlMe Schools 0:JO-»:4s-il * MHO NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN MM W. Crier pr. r>h. 041-04)1 Janwo Vw Warmer, MlnJclor FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST «A Dawnlawn church With e Dawn la Earth Massage" BIWe tcheal 0:jo A.M. N:M A.M. "VHE CANCELLED FUNERAL" Mr. Iraeko •7:I» P.M. "A OOIN9 CHURCH FOR A CQMIN0 SAVIOUR" Mr. Brooks SUNNYSLOPE CHRISTIAN CHURCH •M W. Peerlo Ave. a*. 04141*1 Blah) School 0:30 A.M. - Wor. lO'M • 7:10 P.M. Youth «iM P.M. CENTRAL CHRISTIAN Mm * VIWoMoi o)l oVQ 9ft Charles E. Cook, Minlotor / •Wo School Ottf A.M. WoroUe 0'M » if*.*!. WRISTIM A.M. l|i if «.M. Ma/nm W«nMe ot|| v.M. lvanla« delivering the message. Youth of the army will present a program, "The General's Plan" at 7 p.m. At South Mountain Park, a sunrise service for Spanish speaking churches will be held at 6 a.m. with members of the Salvation Army's Mohave Street center participating. Following the service, the membership will meet for a prayer breakfast at the center with the Rev. William Pasnault, commander, giving the message. On the lawn of the Broadway Youth and Family Cen- etr, S. 14th Street and East Broadway, Capt. Joe Noland of the Salvation Army will speak on the resurrection at 6 a.m., followed by a pancake breakfast and Sunday school. The Men's Social Service Center will hold a- service at 10 a.m. at the men's residence, 706 E. Washington. Sgt./Maj. Ray Arnold of the Third Avenue Salvation Army Center will bring the message. -At Valley Bible Church, 1801 E. Osborn, the adult choir will sing the Easter cantata, "Hallelujah, What a Saviour" by John Peterson. —At Bethany Bible Church, 6060 N. Seventh Ave., the Easter cantata "Olivet to Calvary" by Maunder will be presented at 7 p.m. At 9:30 and 11 a.m., the Rev. John L. Mitchell will speak on "Resurrection Reality." —At First Baptist Church, SELF-REALIZATION FELLOWSHIP CHURCH Of All Religions aOOO N. 7th Street AL 3-3658 Sunday 11 a.m. Brother Jivaninda "THB RASTRR MESSAGE OF LIFR ETERNAL" .^ _ If ALL Paramahensa WELCOME Yaunde?' Berean Baptist Church MM W. Myrtle 944.7755 997-404* • Independent • Fundamental • Miasionery 9:4S A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:45 A.M. "REACTIONS TO THE RESURRECTION" 7.-00 P.M. f ASTER CANTATA "HALLELUJAH, WHAT A SAVIOUR" Rav. Bob Dwiggins, Pastor Nursery At All Service* (Children's Church during Mornlne Worship) 105 E. University, Temp*., the Rev. Hubert Verrill will preach on "Resurrection Assurance" at both the 8:30 and 11 a.m. worship services. At 7 p.m. Dr. Verrill will preach on "Hell and Hades." —At the Lazy R&G Ranch, 4747 E. Indian School, the annual sunrise service will be at 6 a.m., sponsored by tha Arizona Republic and Phoenix Gazette. The R&G Choir Will provide special music. Em- ployes of the Republic and Gazette will conduct the serv ice. Coffee, hot chocolate and VALLEY COMMUNITY CHURCH Christie* Missionary Alliance Meat In The SDA Ch.reh IW t. CAMELJACR RD. SUNDAY SERVICES « A.M. SUNRISE SERVICES «IP. MM Oreen Across Mortuanr 9:41 A.M. 10:48 "BELOVEDI BEHOLD! BELIRVBI" 7P.M. "WE TOO SHALL LIVE" Prayer A Bible Study Thurs. 7:30 n.m First Foursquare Church of Phoenix 1206 N. Laurel Rtv. J. W. CARMAIN Partor 9:45 A.M. Sunday School A A.M. SUNRISE SERVICE 11 A.M. "BECAUSE HE LIVES" 7P.M. "THE SONGS OF EASTER" The Friendly Church of Phoenix SOUL'S HARBOR West Side Center of Evangelism 3419 W. Washington "A Full Gospel Non-Denominational Church" REVIVAL i Continues 7:30 P.M. Nightly | (Except. Mon.) Morning Worship 10:45 Evangelistic Servic* 7:30 P.M. Everyone Welcome* Ralph * Jan Watson, Pastors REFRIGERATED CHURCH NURSERY PROVIDED CHURCH OF ALL CHRISTIAN FAITHS A FREE CHURCH 4222 E. LINCOLN DRIVE "AS IT BEGAN TO DAWN" Minister: Dr. Charles S. Poling Bible School t:45 A.M. Phone 945-7213 Sunday Worship 11:00 A.M. Youth «:» P.M. OUR EASTER SUHRISE SERVICE MEMORIAL COURT 6:00 A.M.—THE PUILIC INVITED CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES ....... Branches el Tha Mather Church Tae First Cfcurch el Chrtst Scientist In Boston, Massachusetts Subject of Lesson Sermon For Tomorrow "UNREALITY" PHOENIX FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST, SCIENTIST Flrtt Street ane) Roooavelt Sunday Services t;N A.M Sunday Schaol OtM A.M. Wednesday Evening iigo P.M. RBADINO ROOM ON N. Central Ave., OiOMiN P.M. Men. e) Thuro. ON*i M P.M. - Sun"-- and HalMays I to I • Sun. Sarv. 0:M A.M. • i mil n'.cn. 1 MESA FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 925 N. Oranao Sunday Services 10:00 A.M. Sunday School IO:M A.M. Wednesday Evening 7i» P.M. READING ROOM MS. Macdonaid Street Dally 10 A.M. ta 4 P.M. Closed Sundays and Holidays SUN CITY VOUNGTOWN Pint ckurch el Christ, Sclantlst Wot Ava. • CHU> Dr.-Sva Clly Sunday Sarleaa OiatA.M. RaediHi neon 1*4tf lOeth Ave. 11 e.m.4 ».m. Pally •an. • HeL) PHOENIX SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 250 Weot lothany Homo Rd. Sunday Services 11:00 A.M. Sunday Schaal 11:00 A.M. Wednesday Evening 0:00 P.M. READING ROOM 47N North Central Ave., 10:00-1:10 Friday 10 A.M. ta o *>.M. Sunday t to I P.M. Clesed HelMays SCOTTSDALE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 637 W. Indian School Rd. Sunday Services t:JO ft II A.M. Sunday School ft* « \\ A.M. Wednesday Evening 0:00 P.M. RBADINO ROOM M W. Slk Ava. ^ t:00 A.M. to I P.M. Thursday 7:00 P.M. to 0 P.M. Sunday I la 4 P.M. TEMPE First Chimb tf Christ, aO-» I. PIFTH ST. Sunday sarvkai lltOO A.M. Sunday School 10:01 A.M. Wednesday Evening 0:00 P.M. Eeadiao, Ream Man. thru Prleay u A.M. M I P.M. Tueteay •vaaUuj 4 la « P.M. L Radio Programs "The Bible Sneaks To You." Tomorrow's lublgctt EASTER'S RELEVANCE TODAY — PART II KPHO t19 kc—f :99 A.M. "U IIUIA LE HAILA A UtW •WioJojv fpejnlek roMjl* KIFN loO ks—»:1| A-M. THi GATEWAY to 0 new LIFE By Naomi Price C.S.B. Tomorrow, April eth at 4:00 p.m. South Mountain High Schaol caletorlum Seventh street and Roasar Rood TO |R MOADCAST "LIVI" OVCR ITATION KPHO Hi doughnuts will be served following the service. —At Our Heritage Wesley- aii Methodist Church, 4640 N. Granite Reef, Scottsdale, an outdoor worship service will be at 10 a.m. Youth of the church will present a pageant of the resurrection. The Rev. Robert C. Girard will speak on "The Tombstone that Trembled." At 8 a.m. In the church a color Easter motion picture, "Dawn of Victory," will be shown. —At Bethel Lutheran Church, 7310 N. 27th Ave., a sunrise service will be at 6 a.m. Festival services will be held at 9 and 11 a.m. with the Rev. Olav Tolo speaking on "The Dawn that Comes," and "He Is Risen." EASTSIDE CHURCH OP NA2AKINI 2300 N. 24th Strut Ph. 253-3327 Pastor Crawford T. Vanderpool Meredith Mortimer Min. of Music. 9:45 A.M. Sunday School «:45 A.M, UNIFIED SIRVICI PROGRAM AND MtSSAttl 8:00 P.M. Choir Cent4rra "HALLELUJAH, WHAT A SAVIOUR- NURSERY AT ALL SERVICIS PEOPLES CHURCH UN N. ScottidaM) Re. % Ml. S. of McDowell Rd. Bibla Sehooi 9:45 A.M. Worship (0:55 A.M. Wed. Jubilee 7:30 P.M. Youth Service Sun. 6:00 P.M. Sun. Eve 7:30 P.M. Rev. LESLIE ft VELMA DICKERSON Missionaries ta Brazil J Guest Speakers at Both Services Prl. Morning Prayer 10:30 A.M. Continuing Studies On "THE TABERNACLE" with Rev. LEE VON HOFP Every Wad. 7:30 P.M. Rov. David O. Green, Pastor A MISSIONARY CHURCH WITH A WORLD VISION REVIVAL AT THE EVANGEL TEMPLE 901 N. It ft. St. Start SUN. NITE & Every Night next Week with Rev. C. V. Rrewn Plan to Coma "Nitely" Patter Rev. O'Donnall Sayo Your Welcome. BETHANY BIBLE CHURCH ....... . . Jehn L. Mitchell, TH.D., Hester 6060 N. Seventh Ave.J-i, c. Directed by GERALD R. BOLT 9:30 and 11:00 A.M. "RESURRECTION REALITY" 7:00 P.M. CHANCEL CHOIR PRESENTATION of Cantata by Maunder "OLIVET TO CALVARY- WEDNESDAY 7:15 P.M. Bibla Study and Prayer Pioneer Girls, Christian Service Brigade "A Church Declaring the Evening Light Message To All the World." Zee. 14:7 EVENING LIGHT TABERNACLE 902 E. McKinley Phoenix, Arizona • Mth CENTURY SUPERNATURAL SIGN GIFT MINISTRY • PREACHING THE END-TIMB MESSAGE • FUTURI WORLD EVENTS FORETOLD REV. ROGER RUDIN Nationally Recognized Evangelist Pastor "Acclaimed Most Unusual Ministry of Our Day" REV. RUDIN received this remarkable ministry whan an angel appeared to him. Ministers have stated that the annotating and ministry of this young EK^LP.'J" 1 !'"• that •' "» '•'• belov « WILLIAM 55* N £* M «*• *•* • «'«a friend af Bra. Rudln. TRULY OOD IS WITH THE REV. RUDIN AS THE rS?"*!"** 1 - IS WITNESSED NIGHT AFTER < L1TJ9 ONFIRMINa THE WOR «» AND EVENTS FORETOLD COME TO PASS. R. v . Roger Rudln Co-Pastor and Song Leader Rev. CHARLES L. WATSON Welcomes Public TWO GREAT SERVICES SUNDAY AFTERNOON 2:00 P.M. and THURS. EVE. 7:30 P.M. • Song Services af Great Blessing e Prayer tar the Sick VALLEY CHURCHES of CHRISTIAN METAPHYSICS M I T V M"//iore</ w /fA Unity School, PI I I I Publishers of "Daily Word") Counsallne • Guidance Canter m» N. 1st St. 2504170 ^..^.^Snitotay Devotional Broadcast 11:30 A.M. KTAR PHOENIX: 1745 W. Northern Bleine C. Mays, Minister Harold L. Irving, Minister Emeritus Phone 944-0239 and 944-1645 DIAL-A-PRAYER 944-8542 Devotlenal Services and Sunday Schaol t:30 and 11:03 A.M. • o.m. Easter Service "THE DYNAMIC IMPACT OF EASTER" MESA: 714 E. 6th Street Mercelle Garland. Minister Phone 969-0384 Sundey School end Devotional Sarvica 10:30 A.M. SUN CITY: 10725 Oakmont Dr. Mary Gladys Adams, Minister—Phone 933-3700 Weakly Study Class. Friday 9:30 A.M. Publlsharsi Science af Mind MaiaslM "HE IS RISEN INOEEDI HALLELUJAHI" MAY THE PEACE AND BLESSING OP THIS HOLY SEASON BE YOURS IN FULLEST MEASURE* "RISE TO NEWNESS OP LIFE" 11 A.M. Sarvica and Sunday School Phoenix Thaatra Center—25 E. Coronado Rd. Church Office #62 Tal. 277-7133 MRS I CHURCH Qfi Rsy, A^rk T. CWP^^J, D.P., L,H D RSc RELIGIOUS iiENCESrlff GOOD NEWS BAPTIST CHURCH 7032 N. S«th A/MM GLENDALE PREACHING CHftlST Deelorincj "ALL THE COUNSEL OP GOD" In Fundamental Promillenlal plble tehMI tO:00 AM M«n"n B Worship ll:M AM Fellowship Hour «:30 PM Evanlno Worship 7:30 PM Prayer Meeting, Wed. 7iJO PM Duana Davenport, Pastor Ph. 937-3250 JESUS SAVES "BY BRACE ARE YE SAVED THROUGH FAITH" MART VALE COMMUNITY llUt CHUftCM MUftSOUAftt »«« A.M. -\ IUNOAT ; ? SCHOOL lonrtsa service Breakfast Rav. Jerry Burk Pattar Public Invited 10:M a.m. • "Ha it Risen" 7:00 P.m. • "Pewer with oea" Wad. 7:30- Family Nloht Recafdad/ Dally Devatiano with Pastor Burn Dial 937.1013 Any time DAY OR NlOHT New Devttien Each bey "The Singing Church with the Friendly Welcome" 47th AVE a. WEST CAMPBELL SHEPHERD OF THE VALLEY LUTHERAN CHURCH 1500 West Maryland EASTER 6:00 A.M. Sunrise Service "Tragedy Transformed To Triumph" n 9:00 & 11:00 A.M. Festival Services "The Crowning Surprise, Life Beyond" Thrilling Music Floral Setting 12:15 Noon, Communion PASTORS Lyle C. Burns, D.D. Kenneth E. Linton, B.D. Attend the Church of Your Choice Sunday PS .CHJJRCH r «UNIQUE OUTDW^^ ' ' < 8620 E. McDonald Drive, Scottsdale ""-, ' , Phone 946-9441 far information 24 hours o day' i Pattort - Floyd William GpU/oMe, Latry Dean Grtofors t ,A COMMUNITY CHURCH - NURSERY AT ALL SERVICES 6:30 EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE 9:30 & 11:00 MORNING WORSHIP FOR EASTER I=!L K ,ln« S MEN QUARTET wil1 brln « *helr thrllllnt music. LARRY DEAN GROOTERS, Associate Pastor will alve the message entitled "WHAT £«!!J T MEAN T ° YOU? "' WorShlp ln th « BEAUTIFUL INDOOR GARDEN SANCTUARY or In the UNIQUE OUTDOOR DRIVE-IN CHURCH Nursery li provided. STARTING EASTER SUNDAY - A Series Of Sermons 3SK E°N E ffiIw^R E RY A TND R | A EA L R\ LIVE "- *"" ' "«" ""> " 13 "PEACEFUL, REVITALIZING AND REFRESHING SLEEP- ID "SMILE - IT'S GOOD FOR YOU" 11 "YOUR HOUSE-CONTENTMENT OR CONFUSION?' (Mother's Day) Phone »4*-»44l for Information or directions Attend the Church of Your Choice Sunday ARIZONA BAPTIST-CONSERVATIVE AM 44111 Or. Claude f. Mettltt Executive Secretary 1011 E. Thames Rd. Phoenix, Arizona Convention Office Books/ Bibles, Gifts ABC Bookstore Irani Glenn—277-10*1 Or> Fr * nk " n W. Wiley, Paster BETHEL BAPTIST •ff »?s& ssr siLSL 274.30,, . »:« A.M. Sunday School Morning Worship U A.M. 2 EASTER SERVICES 8:30 & 11 A.M. 7 P.M. Communion Service. w«i P U . 7 i« i Supervised Nursery for all services. wed. Eve. 7:15. family Night Including Pioneer Girls' A Bays' Brigade S.S. »:45 A.M. Warship n A.M. Tr. Un. t P.M. Eve. 7 P.M. Wad 7PM 11 A.M. "PROLOGUE TO PEACE" 7 P.M. YOUTH NIGHT. Program by the KING'S DAUGHTERS Bible Baptist Church JttO N. TMl St. Phone 25J-7J8? Not affllietcd with National Council of Churches A. E. Petinlck, Pastor »:43 A.M. Sunday School, completely departmentallied end graded. Fei;r Children's Churches and 2 nurseries for crib babies and tod- 10:55 A.M. "THE APPEARINGS OF THE RESURRECTED CHRIST" 7:00 P.M. EASTER MUSICALE. Wed., 7:15 P.M. Midweek Service A. E. Petinlck . p ' one « r <? irli A Boys Brigade MOODY GRADUATE FIRST BAPTIST OF GLENDALE 7317 N. ilst Ave. Ph. M7-I10I Dr. C. I. Tucker, Paster Kenneth H. Wllcoxsen, M.C.E. (Director, Christian Ed.) 9:45 a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL 11:00 A.M. "THE CHRIST WHO OPENS" 7P.M. "THREE APPEALS TO GOD'S CHILDREN" (Communion service) 7:00 P.M. Wednesday Bible Study a, Prayer (Nursery provided lor all services) I Ist-TEMPE Dr. Hubert L Verrlll, Poster 105 East University Dr. Phone 967-3003 "A Friendly Church . . . Where Christ is Exalted" CHURCH of CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHY tChiM TeMhlnojo) (Meaner of I.N.TJU Illl North 7th Street PfceM CR 4-1112 RAYMOND HOtUWBtl, D.D., MINISTER 9:45 A.M. Sunday School 11:09 A.M. "THE RESURRECTING UFI" WW. 1(00 P.M. U«—*Tbe True Order of Thlno." Friday 19:11 A.M.—HeeHea anoj MeoJItartwi Service Reading and Book Room open 10 to 4 P.M. Doily ALL WELCOME RELIGIOUS SCIENCE CHURCH 44 W. lot St. . ha _. M . ,.,, Scottsdale Member I.A.E.S.C. r ' e>f w ''»°«» Member I.N.T.A. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. Devotional 11:00 A.M. New location in PHOENIX 1)39 N. lot Street Class: "Properity Secret of the Ave*" Every Wee*. Evetiino. at 8 P.M. Lola Paulina Mayo MINISTERS Cecil I. M«ye 11:00 A.M. "Resurrection Assurance" 9:45 A.M. Hole School Wed. 7:30 P.M. Hew of Power Nursery Care art all eofvlces SUNDAY SCHOOL •:» A.M. II A.M. "THE MOST ASSUMINO) PACTS IN ALL HISTORY* 7 P.M. Christian Film "BELOVED ENEMY- WEDNESDAY 7:|| P.M. Bible study Prayer Brigade Bay's Clue Pioneer Olrl'o Clue. WIST HIGH IAPTIST UOl N. 10th Ave., AM MOI7 wasley A. Darby, Pastor Mlkl West, Youth Director JERRY SLOAN Navala Evangelist A Youth Choir far Sunday Eve. Services PARADISE VALLEY HIM N. Mm st'iurooite Homnor Proo BUS servlce-S.S. t:41 Varshlp n « 7 P.M. Wad. 7:tf SHIRWOOP IAPTIST We're Interested In VOUte "We have e massage lor today, and a viilon lor tomorrow." SS (:45 CH 11 4 7 Wad. 7 a.m. (Nursery tor ell services) S40« R. Virginia HM740 Dennis Persens,

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