The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 20, 1966 · Page 7
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Sundays, March 20, 1966 KEV. ULSSY GIBSON Tabernacle Evangelists in Revival Peace Tabernacle United Pentecostal Church, 1102 N. Main, is conducting revival services featuring the Rev. and Mrs. Larry Gibson of Hartford City, Ind." Services are scheduled each night at 7:30 p.m. with the exception of Mondays. They will continue through March 27. The evangelist and his v.ife wi-i prove special singing in all the services. Other Sunday services at the church include Sunday School at 9:45 a.m.. church sen-ice at 31 a.m., children's church at 11 a.m., and youth service directed by trie Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Creel at 6 p.m. The Rev. Timothy Carathers pastor, said the public is invited. St. Paul's Activities Are Listed "The Unapproachable Ugh!" will be the subject of the sermon by the Rev. Harold O. Bornhoff at services in St. Paul's Lutheran Church Sunday. Services are held even.- Sunday at 10:15 a.m. The choir will sing the Introit. Tne Luther League will have one of its most important meetings Sunday night when Je££ Gilbreath and" Rene' Ffrench will present the Wick Program of witnessing. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. and there will be fellow-shin afterward. Place of the meeting is the home of L, E. Giibreath. The Esther Circle will meet at the Monk's Rest Home to present a program and party for the residents. The Christian Service League had an attendance o! 12 last Wednesday and after taking care of the mailing, the women did sewing on the Easter breakfast cloth. Tney meet every Wednesday at 1 p.m. and follow their work with 42 and other games. The midweek Lenten service begins at 7 p.m. every Wednesday. A film is shown and the pastor presents a devotion. Rev. Bornhoff will address the Men of the Church of Angleton Thursday. The men have invited their wives to the meeting. Brown To Begin Lecture Series The Rex-. Monte I. Brown, pastor of Bayway Christian Church, will begin a series of lectures on Sunday night using the subject, "How to make the right Christian decisions in a complicated age." Thes e lectures will be presented each Sunday at 7:30 p.m. through Mav. For the 11 a.m. Sunday program, his sermon topic will be "Where is Life to be Found?" Tne Christian Youth fellowship will meet at 6 p.m. at the church. Christian Women's Fellowship will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Jere Johnson of 221 Lakewood Drive witf Mrs. Orgle Boswell as program leader. The men of the church will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday for a Bible studv at the home of George Seweil of 313 Lakewood. Black's Pharmacies We Are Closed On Sunday Because We Are All Going To Church. HOWEVER, In Case of Emergency CALL. Jame« 5SS-8SS5 Atrtol 5S3.S594 l_w M2-590 WE INTEND TO SERVE YOUR NEEDS! Expert Prescription Service SCARBOROUGH'S 116 N. Main HAVE FAITH 1N Support His Cause Attend His Church Sponsors Baytown Builder* Supply .. .2410 W. Itaia—Ph. MJ .. .Bhrerett JO. Lingo Oldsmobil* ngo ...D. D. Gregory's For Men .. .308 Wait Tex** Avenue .. .N. V. McWilliam. and Statf Lyons Food Service .. .Milton Lyona Clark's Whoo! 4 Brake Service .-."Be Safe—Se* dark" .. -O. L. Clark and Employee* Home Lumber Company ... W. W. Wooda and Family Anderson Sno« & Saddle Repair ...Western Wear—3hoe Repair .. .103 E. Texas Ave.—Ph. 582-4813 ... W. R Anderson Glenn's Food Market ...David Glenn Quick Cfean Center .. .401 W. James—Ph. 583-9784 .. .Mr. and Mrs. Webster Brlnkley Regan Glass Company ...1SOO W. Main—Ph. S83-4»ll ...Rusty Regan Tri-City Optical Company .. .Tom Wilkinson Texas Water Heater and .. .Plumbing Company .. .1104 S. Pruett—Ph. 582-«377 .. .Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Swilley Wright Packing Company ...R. M. Wright Mullens Enco Service ...51S Park—Ph. 583-1275 .. George Mullena and Empjoyw* Massey Electric Company ...'Since 1923" .. .Mrs. J. A. Massey Buck Turner .. .Buck Turner and Ed Vaught John's Trim Shop ...211 W. Main—Ph. 582-4286 ...Mr. and Mrs. John Fehring A&H Glass Company ...600 W. Dafee—Ph. 533-1739 .. .Nick J. FarrI* and Employee* Greer Florist* ...123 W. Gulf—Ph. 5S3-7«7 ...Eleanor Smith—Lewis Rushing Jones 7-11-7 ...Instant Shopping .. .Seven Convenient Location* Gulf Coast Clinic & Hospital .. .Management * Employee* Black's Pharmacie* ...1008 W. Sterling ...721 E. T e xa» Avenue .. Management Sc. Employee*) The First National Bank ...Lee Brasfield and Staff J. W. Ainsworth .. .Heating & Air Conditioning . ..Craftsmen We might imagine this is a squirrel assuming a prayerful pose while satisfying his appetite . . . like a man pretending to be religious in order to gain the respect of others. We are not often fooled by falsity, nor do we let it blind us to truth. We know our religion is our richest treasure. But we rate it worthless unless sincere. Today millions are talking about the world's spiritual needs. Is talking enough? Isn't faith more than a. word . . . prayer more than a. pose? Attend church every week with your entire family. Support the Church with willing sacrifice. Offer your time and talents to God in your congregation's busy life. And live each day the truths you cherish. Copyright 1966 Keister Advertising Service, Inc., Strosburg, Va. THE CHU1 ?ICH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth for th< 2 building of character and good cit. tzenship. It is a. storehouse of spiritu al values. Without a strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons why every person should i tttend services regularly and suppo rt the Church. They are: (1) For hi s own sake. (2) For his children's sa ke. (3) For the sake of his community and nation. (4) For the sake o f the Church itself, which needs his moral and material support. Plan tc > go to church regularly and read y our Bible daily. Sunday Monday Tuesday Joshua Proverbs Matthew 24:14-18 13:13-21 6:19-23 <Sfe> -f CTT7? -t <St7? t < £22? t Wednesday Thursday Matthew Matthew 1 1 13:44-52 23:13-22 CTP? t <322? t <£T2? t ' Friday "Saturday Corinthians i Peter 7 2:14-17 2:1-6 1 $12? t <£12? t ^22? t This Page Is Made Possible By Firms and lividiuais Listed Who Are Concerned About The Spiritual Life Of Our People Sponsors E. F, Luquir*. Contractor .. .1306 W. Main—Fh. 582-9431 U-TOTE-M ...Tferee Convenient Location* .. .R. C- Stepheaxon * Employee* Reynolds Company .. .2412 W. Mite—Ph. 582-7327 .. .Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Reynold* O'Brien's Food Market .. .1". D. O'Brien and Family Sears Roebuck & Company ... Charles TiHery Kerr-Bond Agency —Insurance and Bonds .. 5 So. Ashbel—Pruett BuUdlaj ..."Phone 582-6305 .. .W. R. Kerr—Jim Bond Acme All Pest Exterminators .. .706 No. Circle Dr.—Ph. 582-9C30 .. .L. G. Partin and Employe** McDonald and Herbert Agency .. .12 No. Gaillard—Ph. 583-170* .. .Steele McDonald—H. V. Herbert White Star Laundry .. .Mr. and Mr*. Clint Dercyberry Thad P. Fenelon —Home Improvements ...100 Greaham—Ph. 683-1408 Lakewood Pharmacy ...7129 Bayway—Ph. 568-7715 —James H. Frank 4 Employee* Scarborough's .. .T. C. Scarborough.. Lumus Baytown Dodge —Where Customers Become —Friends" .. .Jimmy Lumus and Employee* Town House Furniture .. Management & Employee* Tri-CHy Exterminating Company .. .217 Hwy. 146—Ph. 583-2831 —Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Simon ...& Family Bayshore Motors ..."Tour Authorized Lincoln—Mercury-Comet Dealer K-Mart .. .1801 N. Pruett .. .Jack Tyler and Employee* Big Chief Super Market No. 4 .. .6400 Bayway ... Carl Knox, Owner Flowers By Flois . ..400 Williams—Ph. 582-8375 .. .Mrs. Flois R, Thompson & Staff Piggly-Wiggly ...Phone 583-1781 .. .700 Alexander Drive Busby Bui'ci ... L. E. Buaby and Employees Wilts Bros. Construction ...615 N. Commerce—Ph. 583-541S .. .Elmer. T. J, and Jack WUks Fuller's .. .IT. a Royal -Urea ..."Your Largest Independent .. .Tire Dealer" Paul A. Anderson .. .Constable, Precinct 3 .. .Harris County Pick-N-Save Shoe Store .. .Mrs. Silas G. Moore We Need GREATER CHURCHES and a GREATER FAITH

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