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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 19

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THE BAVTOW1N SUN Sunday. August 23. 1987 5-C Annual mission appeal will be made The annual mission appeal for the "Society of the Propagation of the Faith" will be taken up at all the Masses this weekend at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 1907 Carolina. Scheduled for special help is "Amor y Paz" of San Pedro Sula, Honduras, an organization working with alcoholism prevention and rehabilitation especially in youngsters. Masses for the 21st Sunday in ordinary time are at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday masses at 8 and 10 a.m. and noon. Registration for CCE classes begin this Sunday after the 8, 10 and noon Masses and will continue at the same time on Aug. 30. Classes will begin on Sept. 16. Classes for 3 years to grade 5 will be held from 4:45 to 6 p.m. and grades 6 through 12 from 7:30 to 8:45 p.m. all on Wednesdays. Scriptural Rosary for world peace every Sunday at 9:30 a.m. A simple rosary will be recited before the 8 a.m. Mass each Tuesday. Ladies Auxiliary to San Jacinto Council 2788 will meet with the Knights for a buffet supper at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Knights of Columbus hall, 2600 W. Main. Ladies will bring side dishes and desserts. Following the meal both groups will adjourn for separate business meetings. St. Joseph Men's Club will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the school cafeteria. Supper will be served at 8:15 p.m. and draw^CHURCH W rMDC^TT DIRECTORY GRACCMtTHODBT Rn. Df^jr iMMr. Sf . HtMHtr RCT. Mn .Vm. *j»c. MlliJUf 9:30a.ro. !0:« s.m .:,. S:jDp.m. ChurthSchooi Morning Worship . .' Youlll Acll>'ilte A CSiatt* Witt A Pttfrmm BAYTOWX-LAPQHTE SEVENTH DAY ADVEJfTtST CHURCH !•! .V Prwu •T. CALVARY l EAJTTSTCHimCH S«n<iiy Seism) . 9 tSi.tr. Moremz Worship 10:S5in GospciHour ... . .430pm i• Kmdy XigW . r.wpra- ft<r H«ur>. <:» W7 rt M t StfV.»; Sdx»l . Uoraas'Ao-TiJsp . ; Siga Viaiof, Tursday Vltr '*«Jowi>>T TT-.'.r>ia\ if TRLMTT TABCR.VACU: & p ir Rrtw^irwi- i w p ffi '. HJGKLA>DS .OMiil W DunaMn. 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" .V v- n: KBSCH.1U ST CHINCH 6r CHRET c . , i cupcn , 7 in pro B*tpyvJ,B<; pro* hirt !« Ji) funcltaro SXtH MAt CHXrRCM Of CHRBT t « i ~ t ( F - m iw IY THE RlVTiR SK1KK CM*» Patur l>««n R BUM; TRTi'm EPISCOPAL CHURCH nu>m R.\PTUT CHURCH I* nRsraa-RCHorooo tj CAJVTV EJ^SSOSP AL CHUJICli TVPcri Gvnc. PBCM- WEDNESDAY BlMr Sud; BiW<- MouEUintrrs , B.UTBT CHURCH DCS Mw . O Rrr sup Hoiy Kuctinu ^u-i Kducation STitATHIAS .OIEIUCXS EPISCOPAL CHURCH •B Norm nun. hfUm Tkir Trcdnwul OHIX* *onA.'p Sm trc 1 ! rt- * n HKDSKMIO ; w-pm 4 X p m f 45 p n ST JOH.N THE EVA.1GEUST CATHOUC CHURCH *ARA>ATHATEMPUC CawrtCKTKT ... Adull tlKK .Vt«.)l VICTORY RATTIST CHURCH R*r J«M R Fndfer. MASSES * l"i p SuiKia> 9 t:. i 11 i-Si i Mon fun »«J t Pn twi HoJy [)a> 90uam ir.Op SCHOOL Of RELIGION > Trm, PHUT Morning \*or>hip to is a rn > Tracftmj \ Kvfnmft JO f») a m T * p m BAllTOWS RJEMVALCWTW PEJTmXieTAL CHURCH Or GOO im l»m am i> M^« S , Mlal 4 O*T» RA R*r L. A lUrrry. Sunday Sctwol ., .. MorairajWonJup . . E^Tnlnj Worship Tuesday Young People WnJnesdiJ Ladies Missionary 9 30 a m Thursday Prayer Meeting 7 30 p m Pram lor the sick (day or mpii i «27-J410 »;Ua.m. ll:(ttam 730pm :Mp.m OEMTECOSTAL CHURCH Or GOO ) NIRW * V! p m i\'!aliftn TWpni WOOSTCR BATnsr CHURCH W rilnryiiy T t*" p buRLADYOrCUADAUIPE "" amouc CHURCH SIVDAY SumU> ,S<t»»>( >l"hotr YoulhOioir fhurrh Trammf; Teachers' Mmmg Aduli Chwr Family Mral > Mum It Xum <i cop m 6 Wp m « Wpm S rtV-ft is p m li TO p m (M«ilfi , 7 06-7*0 pm 7 0*7 40pm SPANISH MASSES Saturday 6pm II «lp m ENGLISH MASS IT lH7C*nllM Saturday Mass h 30 p m Sunday Morning Massrs , I. W* 13 noon Mon -Sat ........ 6 OOa m Tw» Tn 8 00am HOLY HAY KVK MASSrS 6 oo a m . 8 Go am S JO p m KAT Bf lore Sunday yornins Worship 10 Ma m Sunday Kvrnmg S^n'tcr 7 W p m E\Tnin(!Scn-KT. TMpis S Kold Minisln OilMTdVuSairthif Pwior, Urn Ktmts fbont BAYTAMRNACLC Jlw w. Rfn Jot RagMak. Paslor-Koundrr Sunday School ...... SMarn Xornmg Worship ....... 10 Warn Sunday Kvfnlnj; 510pm Tuwdayt Friday Nltjits. 700pm IM Cn*« M (Mil, )*> Ln M LOT* SundaySctwol . USara Worsh'pServtce 11 (Wa.ra Sunday Evminji ...... 7;»pm, Tuesday Teacher Traimnft , ,.7:Mpm Wednesday Worship Service.. 730pm «M7B Krv M Krv Min Rtv S Madiwn Rrv RjmdyPitll Ywrth!«mts(« r KBDK-IMB 7dOpir WMnwday J»rayf r Xfrt mn S : jn p m « 30pm Swd*y School Worship Jifl viw ... i» 15am Sunday XorninK . . 10 »a m Sunday Ev«!in([ T.-np.m, Wednesday Evening ?:36pm Church School »:»-W:»»n. Wor*«jS«v(« ....N:JU.n. 5:«K:»pm CMfttWMT l«:«(am Wor*tp SHY** 11 Warn Ciil office tor interiMfton ings for prizes at 9 p.m. GUADALUPE Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, 1124 Beech, will celebrate the 2lst Sunday of Ordinary Time with Masses in Spanish beginning Saturday at 6 p.m. and Sunday at 7:30, 9 a.m. and noon. The celebrants for the Masses will be the Revs. J. Guadalupe Ayala and Salvador Medina. The Rev. Fernando Gonzales will assist Ayala at a 10:30 a.m. English Mass. The theme for the Gospel, from Matthew, Chapter 16, Verses 13-20, is Jesus rewards Peter's faith and extols him as a "Rock" of faith where he shall build his church. Cathy Capetillo, one of the candidates for Fiestas Patrias will be having a girls softball tournament beginning Sunday at 8a.m. There will be food booths and drinks sold. All proceeds will go toward her candidacy for Fiestas Patrias Queen. The public is invited. Aug. 28 is the Festival of St. Augustin. there will be a Triduo Aug. 25, 26 and 27 to celebrate the founder of the Augustian Order of priesthood. The Triduo will begin after the 7 p.m. mass Aug. 25. ST. JOHN Masses for the 21 st Sunday in Ordinary Time at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. 800 W. Baker Road, will begin with an Anticipated Mass Saturday at 6 p.m. Sunday Masses will be celebrated at 8:45 and 11:15 a.m. Baby-sitting for toddlers wfli be in the church parlor for those parents wishing to attend the 11:15 a.m. Mass. The rosary will be recited in the church at 8:20 a.m. Sunday. Daily Masses are celebrated in the chapel at 8 a.m. each weekday except Thursday when there will be no Mass. Confessions will be heard on Saturday from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. or by appointment. Christian Science topic to be *Mind" "Mind" is the subject of the lesson-sermon to be read at the 10:30 a.m. Sunday service at First Church of Christ. Scientist in Baytown on the corner of Nevada and Michigan. Sunday school also begins at 10:30 a.m. All younger people up to the age of 20 are invited. Wednesday meetings begin at 7:30 p.m. in the evening with a portion of the hour devoted to the sharing of experiences and testimonies relating to the healing efficacy of Christian Science. Rev. Trov Cartmill * Bethesda speaker Sunday Morning Celebration will begin at 10 a.m. at Bethesda Christian Fellowship, 6505 Decker Drive. The Rev. Troy Cartmill will minster in the Word. Praise will be led by the Bethesda Praise Band and Praise Singers. Bible study for all ages will be at 6 p.m. Praise and ministry will begin at 7 p.m. Youth Kinship, led by Ben and Carolyn Portis, meets on Tuesday at 7 p.m. This week they are meeting in the home of Ron and Elaine Nuce, 516 Lloyd Lane. Wednesday night services will begin at 7 p.m. A nursery is provided for all services at Bethesda. Boy Oreo Rehabilitation Center 4ii-f*as AT CROSBY CHURCH JOHN AND Lisa Worthen will sing during the Special Night of Praise to be hosted by Crosby United Methodist Church at 7 p.m. Aug. 29. Westminster pastor back from vacation The Rev. Randolph R. Branson returns from vacation this Sunday to lead the 10 a.m. ser- v : c e at \V~e s t m i n s t e r Presbyterian Church, 7600 Bayway Drive. His sermon will be "Grain Inspector" and he will also offer a children's time, "It Ain't Fair!" Adult Bible study will be held at 8:30 a.m. Sunday in the church library. Sunday- fellowship follows at 9:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Choir will rehearse at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. At 7:30 p.m. Thursday, parents of children attending the Westminster Day Kindergarten in the fall will meet with teacher Louise Maystorovich in the kindergarten room. Session will hold its annual planning retreat on Friday and Saturday at Camp Cho-Yeh near Livingston. Activities will begin at 8 p.m. Friday. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Sunday morning at First Presbyterian Church. 1715 Market, the Rev. W. James LeDuc Jr. will speak on "Give Them Something to Eat." The service begins at 10:30 a.m. Lowell and Carolyn Hildebrand will be the greeters. Dan Edling and Edna McFarland are in charge of the finances, and Bill McMichael is in charge of the building. Church school for all ages begins at 9 a.m. in the Educational Building, United Presbyterian Women Board will meet in the parlor at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Junior High Fellowship wJil begin on Wednesday at 5 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall" Alcoholics Anonymous, Al- Anon, and Adult Children of Alcoholics meets in the church during the week. Call the church office for more information at 422-2938. 'Come and Dine' subject of sermon for Lutherans "Come and Dine" is the Rev, Charles Probst's sermon topic Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 712 Schilling. Assisting minister is Gary Boehme. Acolytes are Susan Caciotti and Erin Herrington. Organist is Becky Kinder and Tom Carstarphen, choir director. Ushers are A.R. Lorfing, Gary Hewer. Dutch Heintschel and Milton Holley. Sunday school precedes the morning worship at 9:15 a.m. with classes for all ages. The nursery is open. Other Sunday activities include organizational meeting of the Bell Choir at noon Sunday. A Conference Music Workshop will be conducted at House of Prayer Lutheran Church from 2-6 p.m. Sunday. An Organ Procurement presentation will be given at St. Paul's at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. The Webelos meet Monday at 6 p.m. and the Scouts at 7 p.m. The Christian Service League meets Wednesday at i p.m. and the choir rehearses at 7:30 p.m. The nursery is open. The quilters gather at church Thursday at 8 a.m. Ladies from St. Paul's will be attending the Constituting Convention of the Women's Organization of the Southeast Texas Southern Louisiana Synod Friday to Sunday at Sheraton Crown, Houston. RELIGION ROUNDUP NEW YORK (AP). - An Episcopal school, the General Theological Seminary, has a new "Center for Jewish- Christian Studies and Relations," described as the first of its kind in a Christian seminary in the country. Established by New York's Episcopal Diocese and the Anti- Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, the center aims to promote Jewish-Christian dialogue, examine Jewish roots of Christianity and counter anti- Semitism. Rev. Jerry Knott to speak at Faith Temple on Sunday morning The Rev. Jerry Knott will speak at Faith Temple United Pentecostal Church, 703 W. Main during the Bible study hour at 10 a.m. Sunday and again in the 7 p.m. evangelistic service. The Sunday morning devotional is led by the Rev. Teddy Purdy with musical assistance by Judy Atchison at the organ and Sue Satterwhite at the piano. • Bible school at Faith Temple meets each Sunday at 10 a.m. Classes for all age groups are provided. The Ladies Auxiliary prayer group will meet at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday. Discipleship training is scheduled for Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Purdy will be in charge. The Youth Department will meet at the church on Friday at 7:30 p.m. Teddy and Sutaimt Purdy will direct the activities.

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