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August 23, 1987

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 20

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t>C THE BAYTOWN SUN Sunday. Augurt 23. 19t7 Mini concert to be presented at Grace Methodist Church Darin Jacobion, summer youth director, will pwent a mini concert at 10:30 a.m. Sunday at Grace United Methodist Church. He will be singing and playing contemporary longs and song* of hiB own composition. The Rev. Dewey Fuller will be preaching on "Guess Why We Are Here" at 10:45 a.m. The Rev. Max Mertz will bring the Children's Sermon. Serving as acolytes will.be David McCandless and Donald McCandless, and the crossbearer will be Rustan Schaefer. Merle Epperson will be at the organ and will direct the Sanctuary Choir. Special music will be presented by LuAnn Schmidt and Susan Stone. They will sing "ElShaddai." Church school begins at 9:30 a.m. for all ages. Junior and Senior High UMYF will meet at 5:30 p.m. Sunday. Christian Encounter Class will have a covered dish luncheon in the Fellowship Hall immediately following morning worship. This will be in honor of Rick and Jan Ashcraft. Deborah Group will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the church to go to the Monument Inn for dinner. Noah's Ark Nursery School will have parent orientation at 7 p.m. Thursday in the snack- area. Education Work Area will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Roundtable classroom. Back Pew Class will meet at 6:30 p.m. Friday in the home of Terry and Darla Burton, 1704 Wilburn. ST. MARK'S The Rev. Frank Cady, pastor of St. Mark's United Methodist Church, 1703 Oklahoma, will preach at the morning worship service on Sunday. His sermon topic being "Keys of the Kingdom." The Chancel Choir, under the direction of Rodney Haedge, will present the special music. Richard Ponder is the Organist. The orchestra will rehearse at 9 a.m. Sunday with Church school following at 9:30 a.m. The Committee on Nominations will meet at 6 p.m. in the Library. . Junior High Methodist Youth Fellowship will meet at 6:30 p.m. for their program in the Fellowship Hall Senior High MYF will meet at 8 p.m. Each group will be served refreshments. The Visitation Committee will meet at the church on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. for prayer and instructions for visiting. The Chancel Choir will meet at 7 p.m. for rehearsal in the choir room, the Boy Scout. Troop 208 will meet in the annex with Scoutmaster John Moses. ST. JOHN'S Sunday worship at St. John's United Methodist Church, 501 S. Alexander Drive, begins at 9 a.m. with Church School. Worship begins at 10 a.m. with the Rev. William M. Walker br- inging the sermon, "New Life in Christ." He will also have the children's time. The Chancel Choir will be led by our Choir Director, Don Ball. The organist is Nancy Hill. Robert Francis will be the Liturgist. Ushers for Sunday will be Royce Smith, Frank Nance, H.R. Thibodaux, and Phil Hoover. United Methodist Youth Fellowship will meet at 5 p.m. Sunday. The Over-42 Club will meet Wednesday from 2-5 p.m. They invite all members of the congregation and interested members of the surrounding community to come and join this fellowship. The Chancel Choir will meet at 7 p.m. ^ ^"^^- -^^P- ^^^^- ~^^r ~^pp^ ^^^pr- -^mr -^m STRONG CHURCHES 1^^ ^0^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^B^^~^^^ MAKE, STRONG COMMUNITIES!! SM JwpMn ; 1101 Decker Drive Personnel ' • 1719 Garth Rd. 427-4741 Jerry Alexander, Mgr. & Employees JM QMO) rOfl, MC> "Truck Headquarters" Hwy. 146 S. La Porte *^W^B» HVV^^* Western Wear & Accessories 1 02 Host Texas Ave. WMttfW Aifto Store 4800 Garth Rd. Wal-Mart Shopping Ctr. Jim Forehand, Manager West Bay Rood Management & Employees Nt Hl»t Rtritt 1 04 W. Baker Road 427-0533 Sheri White & Employees *wwP 9 IF1W J^Vp Upholstery-Window Tinting Vinyl Tops West Main at Pruett 422-4286 Rtolftti t»enStnkts 4300 Decker Dr. 424-5612 Mr. & Mrs. Reo Estes rMwy Ettflttt 8624 Garth Road 421-1288 Ken & Sue Barrow 307 Cedar Boyou Mr. & Mrs. Weldon Cox Chtvrofl CbfUNCti Co. Cedar Bayou Olefin Plant All Employees Bay Plaza & San Jacinto Mall Management & Employees traHOilComiwy 810 North Main Raymond Barrow, Distributor r"KC**Hy Cd tttrii San Jacinto Mai I All Employees loot Star l«ih 1501 1-10 E. Member F.D. I.C Directors, Officers & Personnel Professional Locksmiths 215 Park 428-7072 Tom Freehling Tn*Cify ExMwiMMtiiif to, 217 N.Alexander Dr. 422-8219 M.G. Simon AM^^^L MA^IO^*^MM f^^^-~ 4l09Allenbrook Zulene Kempt, Activities Dir. 3lON.AlexonderDr. Don Gronoder & Employees "Your Friendly Cofnmunity Book" 9118 Hwy. 1 46 Member F.D.I.C. 576-2253 This is a, dramatized version of facts taken from the Book of Genesis inteninfi to show some of Che customs of these ancient and traditional time A&RJWHN-EGYPT ABKWA HAS ACCEPTS WE QIFia OF PHMWQH. ANP NOW sa*r HIS /vtsseNGER- TO ,ASKING TWAT SABW.HIS WOOSHT TO PHftRPOW'S PfcLACE ...ftND SO, WITH A FOaOPN T 4£f>KT ABW.W WATCWES HIS I WIFE, KNOWJ TO PHARAOH AS HIS 'SISTER". LEftVE HAS COME TD PASS .' . ..A.NO StfCAT SORROW EXISTS IN THE TENTS OF PHW7AOH-UV5- FOKEVER, -rue BCAUTIFUU VW3MAN FROM THE EAST MAS WHILE =JOIC ROYAL MUCH PHARAOH'S TT-tlS POP MDUtt SUNOX/ SCHOOL 5OJAP9OOK SPONSORS OF THIS PAGE ALONG WITH MINISTERS OF ALL FAITHS...INVITE YOU TO ATTEND YOUR HOUSE OF WORSHIP! UvtH't IfO Fwnitwc 600 Alexander Dr. Jim Lovell & Employees TM nMf Gewry, Inc. 909 N. Commerce Paula & Duffie O'Brien Going's Cwwtry Mod Itanot, Inc. 1 06 W. Baker Rd. 422-4600 William D. Goings & Employees SMNC Drivt In 3203 Garth Rd. 428-2531 TheSeele Family UMttt 600 W. Texas Ave. Bill Blake & Staff GfOOT rWOtt, WC. 1 23 W. Gulf All Employees Jot, Room Conttrvctiwi Vinyl & Aluminum Siding 102 W. Houston-Highlands 426-5995 Mr. & Mrs. Joe B. Reeves Commerce Gins Co. HOW. James 427-7810 Hemon Ormbee & Employees Univorttl For* 1 Wlet P.M. Mkt. Rd. 2 100 Crosby, 328-9555 Curtis Franklin, President Lyons Food M«Hitt 1 500 North Pruen Jerry Lyons nVlt Afftlilttrf yOCOfmfS, HK. 1501 I- 10 E. Suite 109 421-1955 Gary W. Clemmons laytown Ninon Sales New & Used Service & parts 422-8396 - 422-7662 It ytown Eyt Clinic "A Professional Organization' Dr. J.H. Andrews Dr. J.G. McKinnon Dr. R.J. Thomson 2800 Garth Rd. 427-0444 Jackie Cunil, Mgr. For Appt. 428-1832 Hvmi County Insvnmct Ctntor 606 Rollingbrook Suite 2-B My MNM JtOfOjt 2020 Ward Road 427-0101 Ann Haines, Manager "We ore here to serve you" 1 0 1 S. Commerce 427-5637 4710 MO East Hugh Wood A Employees 1 905 N. Pruett 427-7284 Elie&MorieStelly •^^^^^^"^TfW w %^BB^BI^™ 2500 Market St. Heating 8. Air Conditioning Craftsmen Lee Drive 427-3209 Son Jacinto Mall 421-4553 "Lets Go Dutch" 622 West Texas Ave. WMttSter UVMlfy m VNMMff 500 S. Pruen" Mrs. Clint Derryberry & Employees J.C. Pomwy San Jacinto Mall Employees La Pititi Aco4t«y "Kids Helping Kids" 6:00 A.M. -6:30 P.M. 40 13 Garth Rd. 428-2313 I.W. ItynoWsCo. 1922 West Main Mr. & Mrs. R.W. Reynolds Ctntwy Stvwf t i lotn Assoc. 100 N.Alexander 26 15 Market St. 9227 Hwy. \ 46 Mont Belvieu Officers. Directors & Employees WoMHtrt DUtovnt Gtits 4900 Garth Rd. Baytown Employees f •rttiiiMn Fwwrd HOMM Baytown Funeral Directors 39 19 Garrh Rd. 422-8181 Ptrttin A«to Sota Clean Used Cars & Trucks 1 705 N. Main 427-0441 Buck Partain CoiMMrtt My Shoo 5 1 9 N . Commerce Jimmy Burns Wtitti CoiMttry m mOPnOflW vOjfwOfll Perpetual Care'Lots Mausoleums "Serving Baytown-Highlonds •Crosby" DO!! Crosby Lynchburg Rd. On Moton, Inc. 2601 N. Alexander 422-3597 Dan & Dale On Hdbtrt Music Compony Complete Line of Musical Merchandise M.C, & JimHalbert 6 Staff Cvri«y's Gtr*9t Complete Auto Repair State Inspection Station 519 Schilling 422-2714 Jmi7-11-7Stor«i "There's One Near You" Managers & Employees Tttti Air Conditionini Co. Residential & Commercial 41 6 N. Ashbell 422-4935 Arnold & Penny Votes Wriakt'i MoM Mwfcot I ttr I-QM Custom Meats since 1 944 610Schilling 422-1315 David Abernathy & Employees loytown Opfkri, Inc. 2800 Garth Rd. Management & Employees 's AwtfNMlnt "Complete Auto Repair" 46 19 Hwy. 146 422-4811 Rex Faulk & Employees Bay Plaza Shopping Ctr. Member F.D.I.C. Officers, Directors 4 Employees T ^^H O^^^^M II^Ml^M ^^^^ T^^H^H^^f I^Mn^^p 301 N. Commerce 427-7401 Auto Ports & Accessories 516 W. Francis 422-8215 United Methodist Men will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. at Wyatt's Cafeteria. John Foster, associate director of San Jacinto Methodist Hospital, will speak on, "The Plans of the New Hospital." ST. PAUL'S "Will Our Children Have Faith?" is the sermon of Rev. Donald G. White, pastor of St. Paul's United Methodist Church, 7915 Bay way Drive, for the 10:50 a.m. service Sunday. Jack Thompson will serve as liturgist. White will have a special message for the children as they gather on the altar steps. Chancel Choir will sing the anthem under the direction of Abraham Thomas. Thomas will . also play the organ. Church school is at 9:45 a.m. Fellowship will be held in the fellowship hall following the worship service. Junior and Senior High youth activities are scheduled from 5 to6:30p;m. Bible study and prayer group will meet at 7 p.m. This week's children's summer happening will be held Wednesday. Time and event will be announced. Overeaters Anonymous will. meet from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. Houston East District Singles will have a beach party and sunset worship service from 2 p.m. to sundown at Galveston Pocket Park *3 sponsored by the Single Adult Fellowship of Clear Lake United Methodist Church. CEDAR BAYOU The August Revis-al continues at Cedar Bayou United Methodist Church, as the Rev. Bob Parrott preaches at the 7 p.m. Service. Services are each Sunday at 8:15 and 10:50 a.m. and at 7 p.m. The Rev. James White will be preaching on the subject, "The Art of Living," at the morning services. Parrolt isl presently serving as sup-1 i n t e n d e n t of the Southwest District (Houston) of the Texas Annual Conference of I the UMC. He *»PAIWOTT has served churches in the Tyler District. Xacogdoches, Christ Church and Seabrook in the Houston Area and First UMC in Longview. While pastor of Seabrook UMC. the church built and dedicated two recreational and motivational centers. The Edward H. While II Memorial Youth Center and the David and Mabel White Senior Citizens Center. While he was pastor of Longview First UMC, his .sermons were carried regularly on radio and television, and he helped to develop a satellite television ministry. Parrott is a graduate of John Tyler High School and Tyler Junior College in Tyler, Stephen F. Austin (N'acogdoches*. and Perkins School of Theology (SMU, Dallas) He has had graduate studies at Union Theological Seminary (New York l and the University of London. He received his doctor of ministry degree from Perkins, Parrott has published four books and written articles for several church periodicals. His travels include Europe and the Holy Land. An instrument-rated pilot, he flies his own Beechcraft Bonanza. He and his wife. Doris Ann. have one daughter, Deborah Ann. The Chancel Choir, under the direction of Glen Wester, will sing the anthem with Diana Kirkpatrick playing the organ. The youth meet at 5 p.m. for program and refreshments. Joy Circle meets Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. with Kathy Savior, 3606 Fleming. The Youth Bibie study convenes at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. The Administrative Board meets Tuesday at 7 p.m. Children's Day Out Registration begins at S a.m. Wednesday and the teachers will have lunch atll:30a.m. The XYZ Club meets Wednesday at 10 a.m. and the Chancel Choir rehearses at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Julia Lottie Circle meets Thursday at 8 a.m. and the Day School Orfentation Program opens at 7 p.m Thursday. baytown «»••*••

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