Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 5, 1969 · Page 41
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 41

Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, April 5, 1969
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Churches to hold Easter services Churches of many denomi- . nations will hold Easter services in many locations in the state. — At the Pioneer Arizona , Museum, Black Canyon Freeway and Pioneer Road Exit, community services will be at 11 a.m. in the reconstructed 1879 church. After parking, visitors will travel into the village by horse-drawn wagons. Costumed guides will be present at the many exhibits. The service will be conducted by Andrew P. Tell and Art Brock. Admission is $1.50 for adults, 50 cents for children. At First Christian Church, Winslow, sunrise , services will be at 6 a.m., sponsored by the Calvary - Commandery No. 8, Knights r Templar and the S c o 11 i s h • Rite. The Rev. Richard Smith, First Baptist Church, will give the sermon, assisted • by the Rev. Troy Heard, First Christian Church, the Rev. Kenneth Wilfong, Presbyterian Church, and the Rev. D. M. Sapp, United Methodist Church. Breakfast will be served at the Masonic Temple for members of the Scottish Rite and Knights Templar and their families. — At the "Place of the Three Crosses," 4 miles west of Wickenburg on U.S. 60-70, a sunrise service especially for horsemen will begin at 6:30 a.m. As many as 100 horsemen have attended in Ihe past, as well as nonriders -who have camped in the sur"rounding area. , The service will be led by the Rev. Howard Blazer, '"First Presbyterian Church of :W i c k e n b u r g. Coffee and -doughnuts will be served by ."the Rainbow Girls following *lhe service. — At Luke AFB, a sunrise- service will begin at 6:30 a.m. The Rev. Culver H. Nelson, Church of the Beatitudes, Phoenix, will preach on "Easter is Tomorrow." Dr. Nelson was recently appointed general chairman of the Phoenix Forward Task Force by Mayor Graham and is a member of the governor's committee on Mental Health. Music for the service will be provided by the 541st Air Force Band. —At Sunset Stables, in the foothills of South Mountain, Chandler, a community sun.-rise service will be at 6 a.m., "sponsored by the Chandler -Ministerial Alliance. ;; Participating will be Mayor George Nader; Dan Krison, ^president of the student body at Chandler High School; the Rev. Leroy Albo, Spanish _Na- .-zarene Church; the Rev. Roland Rosson, First Presbyterian Church, Chandler; the .Rev. Paul Beer, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Chandler; and the Rev. William Eigel, St. Mary's Catholic Church. Music will be provided by the Chandler High School Brass Ensemble and chorus, and members of Boy Scout Troop Number 187 will serve as ushers. The offering will be used for various projects of the alliance, particularly in helping transients and other needy families. ' —At the corner of Scotts- 'dale Road and Carefree High- •EREAN IIILI FELLOWSHIP MM N. SSnd Strati PFWltix * "liblo Study in D«pH" ; study Parlo* Sunday t:Ma.m. 1l:JM.m. 7:00 P.m. Wadnasday 7iN ».nv HE IS The hope of the World—The Only Eternal Hope— is in The Resurrection of Christ. He became "The first fruitsof them that slept." (I Cor. 15:20). In Him Eternal I lie Is Assured 'A GOIN0 j CHURCH FOR A COMINO} LORD" Charlts N. V»«M, Paster SERVICES: Sunday School 10.00 a.m. WORSHIP 11:00 a.m. Evening Service! 7:00 p.m. INDEPENDENT FUNDAMENTAL PREMILLENNIAL Alice Avenue oitiAt Cfuiadv way, Carefree, a community service v?ill start at 6 a.m., at the foot of three large wooden crosses placed just in front of a large rockpile. Theme of the service is "The Empty Cross." —At the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, Coolidge, services will be at 6 a.m., sponsored by the Ministerial Association. The Easter message will be given by the Rev. Donald M. Lloyd, Valley Farms Community Church. Also participating will be clergy from churches in Coolidge, Florence, Randolph Valley Farms and Eleven-Mile Corner. Music will be by groups from the Boulevard Baptist Church and the Presbyterian Community Church, both of Coolidge, and the Coolidge High School band. —At the Tombstone High School athletic field, a sunrise service will start at 6 a.m. sponsored by the Community Congregational Church. A 25-piece brass choir will provide music. Communion will be served in the church at 11 a.m. —At the Shrine of the Red Rocks, Table Mountain, Sedona, the 12th annual Easter sunrise service will be held at 6:30 a.m., sponsored by the churches of Sedona. The shrine is at the top of Airport Road, south of U.S. 89A, 1 mile west of downtown Sedona. Speaker will be the Rev. Eschol Cosby, Sedona Conservative Baptist Church. Special music will be provided by FIRST NAZARENE 5th Ave. at W. Monro* Ph 253-1301 9:45 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL EASTElTSERVICE 10:50 A.M. Inter Faith Inner City Non-sectarian EASTER MESSAGE by Reverend J. Paul Downey HEAR OUR CANTATA 7:00 P.M. "Behold Your King" presented by the Sanctuary Choir under the direction of Jim Jandreau J. PAUL DOWNEY Minister VISIT US EASTER SUNDAY CHRISTIAN DISCIPLES OF CHRIST CREIGHTON 2826 North 22nd St. 956-4050 Donald L. Helseth, Minister Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship 8:45 & 1 1 a.m. PHOENIX CENTRAL II E. Roonoko St. 279-95*1 Dr. Leland Cook, Interim Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:50 A.M. CAMPBELL AVE. 2*13 W. Campbell 2*5-6771 G. Everett Figgi Minister Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:45 A.M. GLENDALE •242 N. Sfrt Avt. 937-2319 Milton W. Bower, Interim, Minister Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. INGLESIDE 3141 N. 44th St. S9S-4743 Don Charles, Minister Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship 1 1 :00 a.m. MESA 101 N. Country Club Dr. 9*4-0303 O. T. Foster, Minister Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:45 A.M. SCOTTSDALE 7405 C. McDonald Or. 94M354 Donald C. Jones, Minister Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship 9:00 & 1 1:00 a.m. TEMPE 1700 II Canine 967.5264 John J. Walker, Minister Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. THI ARIIONA CHIIfTIAN MISSIONARY SOCIITV W. W. M.ReywMe, Ucrttery 177.4911 combined choirs from Sedona churches and soloists. —At Grand Canyon National Park, the 35th annual Easter sunrise service will be at 6 a.m. at Yavapai Point on the South Rim. The services will be conducted by two of the resident ministers, the Rev. John Wrench and the Rev. Robert K. Thompson. Anthems will be sung by the Shrine of the Ages Choir of Northern Arizona University; Flagstaff. The services will be broadcast on station KTAR, Phoenix. A continental breakfast will be available at Bright Angel Lodge and the Motor Lodge Cafeteria between 5 and 6 a.m. Breakfast will be served BIBLE STUDY SET Estellc Carver, Whitinsville, Mass., will teach Bible study at 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. April 18-21 at Abiding Saviour Lutheran Church, 70th Street and Continental, Scottsdale. Main emphasis will be on the Book of Acts. Miss Carver's ministry is interdenominational. BILTMORE BIBLE CHURCH 3330 E. Comelback Complete Biblleial Ministry Sun. SehNl »:4§ A.M. Morn. Worship II A.M. Eve. 7 P.M. Win. L. Whitlow, Palter at both lodges between 6 and 11 a.m. —At the Apache Junction Church of the Nazarene, an Easter program will be presented at 10 a.m. with the children's department giving special readings, the sanctuary choir presenting special music, and the Rev. David L. Mesarosh, speaking on "He Is Not Here." At 7 p.m. a special evening service of worship will be presented. —At the Spiritual Life Institute, Sedona, a blessing of new fire and Easter vigil light service will be at 5 a.m. —At St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Tombstone, communion will be served at 11:15 a.m. with special music. s««o so. «th ST 2 Blki N. of swttitrn AVI. Rev. Mariiret Marcoux, Paster • •• SUNDAY ••• 10 A.M. LYCEUM, M. Yount 7:15 P.M. Healinf Meditation VEL CROXTON 8 P.M. LECTURE MARGARET MARCOUX MESSAGES Rev. Charles Marcoux • Linda Vln- son • Jlmmie Rael • Brenda Youni MARCOUX • •• WEDNESDAY I P.M. ••• Leclure-JIMMIE RAEL MESSAGES Rev - M ' * c - IV1E33AWC3 MARCOUX FIRST CHURCH OF GOD •th Av*. and Fillmor* n. 253.S82S I International Office*, Anderson, Ind.) JOHN W. DENtON, Minister RON PATTY, Minister of Mutle Sunday School 9:45 a.m. 11 A.M. "EASTER, ITS COST AND ITS VICTORY" 8P.M. The RON PATTY YOUTH MUSICAL "Come Alive With Good News" TAftERNACLt IAPTIST CHURCH 1250 t. COII8M Avt., TtttlM Sunday School 10:M A.M. Mornlna Worship 11:60 A.M. Cvenlns Worship 7:W P.M. BIBLE CHURCH Meetln* In Phoenix Country Day School, Jtoo t. Stanford 9:45 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL II A.M. "RECIPROCAL GLORY" (11 Thessaionians 1:11-12) 7 P.M. CANDLELIGHT COMMUNION Dr. Grant Howard, Pastor Steva ArmfleM, Mln. rt YMitft Larry Blaiar Mln. «f MuHt. niiY Pfcoenlx, Sat., April 5, MAIL The Arizona Republic 25 CUSSES IN PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY -OPEN TO PUBLIC Presented weekly, on free-will offering plan 1745 W. Northern Avennet Tuesday, I p.m.—"Hew ) used Truth" Wednesday, i p.m.—"Hew I used Truth" Wednesday, I p.m.—"How to Be victorious" Thursday, t p.m.—"Your Power To Be" Friday, 1:30 p.m.—"Your Power To Be" 122* N. 1st St.: Monday, ( p.m.—"Psycho-Cybernetics" Tuesday, I p.m.—"Basic Truth Principles" Wednesday, 18:30 a.m.—"The Dynamics of Prayer" Wednesday, I p.m.—"The Prosperity Secret of the Afes" Thursday 10:30 a.m.—"How to Demonstrate Truth Principles," Thursday I p.m.—"Prayer Can Change Your Life" 10725 Ookment, Sun City Friday, «:30 a.m.—"Discover the Power Within You" 44 W. FIRST ST., SCOTTSDALE Monday, I p.m.—"Your Power To Be" Attend the Church of Your Choice EVANGELICAL FIRST 498 Welt Missouri Paster—Paul Buekort FREE CHURCH FAITH Hudson School, Tampa Near Southern ft Oorsay Ph. 177-7171 »:« A.M. Sunday School 11 A.M. "HE IS NOT HERE" 7:15 P.M. Choir "JOURNEY TO CALVARY" Wed. 7:15 family Niini All Ages Paster L. D. Monlove PH. nt-nt? Sunday »:45-11 ft 7 P.M. 11 A.M. "GO" 7 P.M. LEON FRIEND, Missionary, Guest Speaker Thurs. N!9ht 7 p.m. Family Night Southside Baptist Church i'sE ASTER'SERVICES #1 8:30 A,M—1st MORNING SERVICE #2 10:45 A,M,—2nd MORNING SERVICE #3 7:00 P.M. THE CHAPEL CHOIR presents "BEHOLD YOUR KING" • PASTOR HICKOK SPEAKING AT BOTH MORNING SERVICES • PLUS SUNDAY SCHOOL AT 9:30 A.M. • AMPLE PARKING WITH PARKING ATTENDANTS BETWEEN THOMAS & OSBORN RD. ON 6TH ST. | The Heart To Heart Hour Chapel Seventh Street and Flower 264-4927 j/ou m cordiai/ invited t !",M: •fe ATTEND EASTM SERVICES., BAPTIST — southern Baptist Church Peoria and lllth Avenue Services — 10:30 AM and 7:00 PM Rev. Allan B. Barnes, Sr. e? A CTP D SUNRISE SERVICE 6:10 A.M. at the SUN BOWL Sponsored by the Sun City-Youngtown Ministerial Association Trumpet Trio Fanfare Welcome The Rev. Don DeCoursey United Church of Sun City Gall to Worship The Rev. Charles Surber United Presbyterian Church Hymn — "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name" by Holden Invocation and Lord's Prayer The Rev. Harold Mcllnay United Methodist Church Old Testament Scripture The Rev. Howard Blackburn St. Christopher's Episcopal Church Sole — "In the End of the Sabbath" by Oley Speaks Mrs. Atlee Hites — Mrs. Harry Weiss, Accompanist New Testament Scripture The Rev. Einar Larson Shepherd of the Desert Lutheran Church Prayer The Rev. Finley Reid Community Methodist Church The Easter Message The Rev. Justin Knorr First Baptist Church, Youngtown Hymn — "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today" By C. Wesley Benediction The Rev. Fr. Palmer Plourde St. Joachim's Catholic Church Pianist, Mr. Gail Lancaster United Church of Sun City TOWN HAIL CENTER, 107th Ave. and Peoria Ave. Fountain of life Lutheran church — Missouri Synod. Room B-l Services —11:00 AM Sunday Rev. Henry E. Elfman Jewish Congregation of Sun City Community Center, 107th Ave. and Oakmont Or. New Art-Craft Building Services —Friday, 8:15 PM Spiritual UafenPr, Henry f.fay :,;; ?„, •;• i -ij i .-;??. CATHOLIC — St. Joachim's Catholic Church 11625 lllth Avenue Services — 8:00 — 9:30 — 11:00 —12:15 Rev. Palmer H. Plourde CHRISTIAN SCIENCE — First Church of Christ, Scientist 101st and Clair Drive, Sun City-Youngtown Services — 9:30 AM First Reader: Frank Richardson Second Reader: Mrs. Muriel Thomas EPISCOPAL —St. Christopher's Episcopal Church 103rd Ave. and Peoria Ave. Holy Communion Services — 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 AM The Rev. Howard W. Blackburn ' I LUTHERAN — Shepherd of the Desert Lutheran Church 11025 lllth Avenue Services — 8:00 AM Communion; 9:00 & 10:30 AM Worship Service Rt. Rev. H. Maxwell Walton — Rev. Einar R, Larson UNITED METHODIST — Unitad Mlthodiit Church In Sun City 9849 105th Avenue Services—10:40 AM Rev. Harold W. Mcllnay PRESBYTERIAN — United Presbyterian Church of Sun City 12225N. 103rd Avenue Services —10:00 AM Rev. Charles A, Surber m Sun City lllllillls^^ UNITED — United Church of Sun City 107th Ave. and Sun City Blvd. Services — 9:30 and 11:00 AM Rev. Walter W.Witt "77 JL OR where tivo or three are gathered in my name, there am 1 in the midst of them." MATTHEW 18:20 SUN CITY'S CHURCHES invite you to participate in their services Easter Sunday, or any other time. Directions to Sun Bowl: 1% Ml. South of Sun City entrance on 107th Ave. 4 * f DEL WEBB'S America's Most Famous Resort-Retirement Community 12 Miles Af. VI. of Phoenix Out Grand Avenue luiliby L'II t. \Vue PiviicfMtNT CD. A SUBSIDIARY OF Ptt E. VVtee CORPORATION COMMUNITY ptVfcUOPMINT Dlvt|ION • I < < < > I I < I >

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