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The Arizona Republic Phoenix, Sat., Aug. 15,1970 1st American Orthodox saint Herman of Alaska canonized in ceremony at Kodiak Guest speaker Dr. Paul Palmer, an orthopedic surgeon, will preach at 9 a.m. tomorrow at Aldersgate United Methodist Church, 3530 N. 32nd St. Phoenix district lay leader for the church, he will talk on "The Highest Detmand." Co-minister formerly a user of drugs Rev. Jerry Russell The Rev. Jerry Russell, a former drug used who served as an evaangelist in both North and South America, has assumed the duties of co- minister a t First Assembly of God Church, 971 Ash St., Tempe. Mr. Russell will work with the Rev. James A. Eastin, the church's minister. Involved in the drug scene as a young man, Mr. Russell has talked in many grade and high, school assemblies throughout the country. Mr. Russell, minister of a Denver Assembly of God church for the past year, will speak at 7 p.m. services every Sunday. Temporary facilities have been established for the church's services while a new building is being constructed, Mr. Eastin said. The church's 11 a.m. services will be held in Gibbons Tempe Mortuary Chapel, 405 E. Southern, Tempe, and evening services will be in the auditorium at the First Federal Savings and Loan Building, 1005 E. Broadway, Tempe. * * * Jim McKenzie, head of the Meditation Foundation, Scottsdale, will speak on "Spiritual Growth and Awareness" at the regular monthly meeting of the Phoenix Meditation Group tomorrow. The meeting will beheld at 8 p.m. in the Sky Room of the Desert Hills Hotel, 2707 E. Van Buren. * * * Dr. Ivan J. Shields, 127 E. 15th St., Tempe, has been elected to the international board of governors of the Lutheran Layman's League, an auxiliary of the L u t h e r a n Church, Missouri Synod. He was selected during a convention in San Francisco. The league manages the religious radio broadcast, "The Lutheran Hour" over its 1,500 weekly radio outlets. * * * The Keynotes, ft musical group from Pasadena College in California, will present a program of sacred music at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the Monte Vista Church of the Nazarene, 3313 N. 40th St. The Keunotes, five students, are versatile musicians, the Rev. J. M. Burcham the church's minister, said. * * * Mrs. Una Frick will begin duties as organist and choir director at the Camelback United' Presbyterian Church, 6436 Palo Christi, Scottsdale, She will play thf pipe organ rfl . tl)( JO a III .MrTVJrf. aSM.Vl- New York Times Service KODIAK, Alaska - In colorful ceremonies pungent with incense and tradition, the first American saint in the Orthodox Church was canonized here last weekend. The new saint, Herman of Alaska, was a Russia - born monk who came to this rain swept fishing village in 1794 to minister to the native Aleuts. He lived in this area of southwestern Alaska for more than 40 years, performing many deeds his followers considered to be miracles. The canonization was the first important act of the Orthodox Church in America, which had been a missionary arm of the Russian Orthodox Church since St. Herman's time and only became independent last April. The American church includes about 850,000 of the 3 million Orthodox in this country. The rest belong to branches of the Greek, Syrian, Bulgarian and other national Orthodox churches, but all of them recognized St. Herman. To the hundreds of Orthodox pilgrims who gathered here this weekend, the ceremony marked a coming of age for their church. .Four days of celebration began last Thursday and were highlighted Saturday night by a solemn vigil, during which Herman's sainthood was proclaimed to the world. The essence of the three hour service dates back to the sixth century. It began with a long series of prayers and songs in the small wooden church here that sits on a knoll overlooking one of the country's largest fishing fleets. The walls were covered with pastel icons, and the lights of dozens of candles were mirrored in the jeweled crowns of nine Orthodox bishops gathered for the historic ceremony. Then a plain wooden coffin containing the remains of St. Herman was borne out of the church, followed by the nine bishops, now resplendent in purple robes and carrying golden staffs. The procession stopped at each corner of the church and chanted a prayer that recounted the life of the new saint. The clergymen were followed by hundreds of worshipers, each clutching a small candle that flickered in the evening breezes. The faces of many of them, mixtures of oriental and Indian, reflected the heritage of the Orthodox church here, which is almost entirely native Alaskan. Nearby was the oldest building in Alaska, a crude log house built in the 1790s to store the furs of Russian traders. It was in 1792 that Alexander Baranof and the Russian American Trading Co. establ- i s h e d the first permanent FIRST CHURCH OF GOD 9th Avt>. and FHImor* Ph. 253-5125 (International Offieoi. Anderson, Ind.) JOHN W. DENTON, Minister 9:45 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 11:00 A.M. PASTOR DENTON Speaking 7:00 P.M. Paster JONES Speaking Russian settlement in Alaska here on Kodiak Island. Two years later the first group of Orthdox missionaries arrived including Father Herman. The monk had been born in the town of Serpoukhov, near Moscow, in 1760, and had studied at the monastery in Valaamo, in Russian Finland. The missionaries thought they had been summoned to perform traditional tasks, such as teaching the gospel and building schools. But, according to the Rev. David Black, a church historian, the "traders wanted them simply to control the Aleuts," to subdue the natives and make them hunt for the Russians. Father Herman clashed frequently with the traders over their mistreatment of the natives and, after several years, left Kodiak and established his own settlement on Spruce Island, about 8 miles away. Legends relate how he once stopped a flood by placing an icon on the beach and an- n o u n c i n g that the water would not rise above that point. UNIVERSITY OF LtFI CHURCH INC. PK. 1M-2I31 276-7713 $«oo South Sixth St. RICHARD IRELAND Founder, Pastor SUNDAY 10:30 A.M. Rev. LYNN MARTIN Adult Discussion end Sunday School lt:M A.M. Devotional Service Rev. CARROL NEWBY 7:30 P.M. Healing Service 1:00 P.M. Devotional Service Rev. RICHARD IRELAND "Gilts et the Spirit- Dr. ELLINGTON WED., AUG. 1»TH 1:00 P.M. Devotional Service Rev. LYNN MARTIN "Gilts el the Spirit" Rev. Newbv, Rev. Martin, C. Martin r Rev. A. T. J. Irmer Pastor SHEPHERD OF LIFE Lutheran Church (Independent) SW W. Missouri Ph. 269-0001 Sunday School 8:30 Worship 9:30 PASTOR SPEAKING. SUN. EVE. 7 P.M. Bible Study & Prayer SCOTTSDALE BIBLE CHURCH 6805 E. McDonald Dr., Scottsdale '47-3703 8:30 & 10:50 A.M. "THE SENSE ABOUT ANGELS" 9:45 A.M. Sunday School 7P.M. "THE ALPHA CONCEPT" Rev. W. Sherrill Babb, Pastor ^ EASTSIDE CHURCH OF NAZARENE 2300 N. 24th Street Ph. 253-3327 Pastor Crawford T. Vanderpool Meredith Mortimer 8:30 A.M. JIM BAKER Guest Speaker 9 A.M.-10 A.M. Morning Worship Pastor Vanderpool 6:30-7:45 P.M. EVANGELISTIC Pastor Vanderpool ^^^ U M I T V M"'''">'*<' »''* Unity ScAoo/, IN I I I 'vft/'srSeri of "Daily Word") Sunday Devotional Iroadc PHOENIX: 1>45 W. Northern •roadcoft 9:05 A.M. KTAR Bleine C. Mays, Minister Harold L. Irvine, Minister Emeritus Phone 944-0239 & 944-1645 Dial A-Preyer 944-1542 CHOICE SILICTION OF METAPHYSICAL IOOKS Devotional Services » Sunday SchooMO A.M.-11:15 A.M. "TAPROOTS OR LATERALS?" MESA: 714 E.ortStrttt Mercelte, Garland, Minister Dlal-A-Prayer «»-03i« Swtiy tcheei * DevetioMi Service UiM A.M. SUN CITY: 10725 Oikmoiit Dr. Berniee Biggers, Minister—Phone 943-4808 WeeHy Study Cless. Fridey 9i}Q A.M. THE MEANS OF GRACE Wt, Me W'ncontin Evangelical Lutheran BELIEVE AND TEACH Churches ™*mer?t 0d "" splrilual We « in fl5 through the Gospel in Word and Sacra- * nh " "*" ' hr ° USh these to (new-blrth Titus 3:S; tor ell people Including infants Matt. 2»:1^ i " th Si s » cr » rn « nt o' '"• Lord's Supper receive the true Jesus "In, with, and under" the breab and wine. "This is" l 'L Word , » nd ««*rement, the holy Christian Church iv body Wf IIJICT ANY THOUGHT OR TEACHING ' G< * *"" 59lva "°" SELMEAIJZATION FELLOWSHIP CHURCH Of AH Religions Mil North Central AL 3-3651 Sunday 9:30 tmJ 11:00 a.m. "THt SCIENCE OP YOftA" ALL WELCOME 'IT Paramahanse Ywananda, Founder Phoenix Christian Assembly 2030 N. 36th St. Den Groivenor, Pastor 275-8085, 946-7535 •:« Sunday School Bible Study Mr All Ales 10:41 Mornint Worship Topic "A Elim Experience" Special Music presentation 5:45 Christian Crusaders Choir at Both Don Orosvenor Servicei. 7:00 P.M. Evantellstlc Service PRITCHWOOD TRIO Topfc: "Sign* of the Imminent Return of the Lord" TRINITY BIBLE CHURCH •ranch of tho lethany lible Church Sehuero School 12835 N. 33rd Avo. 9:00 A.M. WORSHIP "HOW TO IE HAPPY THOUGH A CHRISTIAN" 10:15 SUNDAY SCHOOL 6:30 P.M. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL PROGRAM All Are Welcome Pastor Joel P. Eidsness Jack Van Vetsem, Assoc. Pastor L DIVINE SCIENCE CHURCH 37 West Moreland Sun. at 11:00 "AS ONE HAYING AUTHORITY" Thurs. Morn. 10:30 Healing Hour Dr. Hagen, Minister Ample parking Phone 254-0342 BIBLE CHURCH 955-6370 Meeting In Phoenix Country Day School, MM E. Stanford • A.M. Worthip 10:10 Sunday School » A.M. Rev. LARRY RICHARDS, Guest Speaker Wheaton College 7 P.M. Rev. LARRY RICHARDS Guest Speaker WED. 7:1 S P.M. llble Study A Prayer Dr. Grant Howerd, Minister TM SCOTTSDALE CHURCH Invites You to iw HOUR OF INSPIRATION SUNDAYS^ 10a.m. At The CONVENTION CENTER Seettsdaft Inn & Country Chib 7702 E. SHEA BLVD. For InfOffiiQtion Coll 945-5*67 or 948-247* center et untvertel Rent ion "— Temple of Truth DESERT HILLS HOTEL (Sky Room) 2707 E. Von Buren Sunday 11 A.M. Seminar on: SRI AUROBINDO Porte/ of Speakers: Joan Price, IrHce Ream, Dor- ethv Yoma,, Jim Meqridge Closed tor Vacation Irom I Aug. IMh thru Sept. 13th Minister: Obediah Herrii Meetme ef West end East FIRST NAZARENE 5th Ave. et W. M»nr«* Ph. 258-6983 HAROLD irrrtf, MINISTER 9:45 A.M. Sunday School, A. J. Sunter, Supt. 10:50 A.M. RIV. LITTLE 5:45 P.M. Youth Activities 7:00 P.M. RIV. LITTLI Sanctuary choir both services under tne direction of Jim Jandreau » * * Nursery Care—Sunday Service ALLEY 'BIBLE CHURCH 'REV. GF.ORGf H. BEARDEN, pastor BRUCE MONTROY Director of Christian Education »:30 A.M. Bible Classes for All Ages 10:50 A.M. "ALIENS FROM THE COMMONWEALTH" 4:30 P.M. "ISRAEL'S PEACE TREATY WITH ARAIS?" Wed. Eve. 7 P.M. Family Interest Night Boys' Brigade—Pioneer Girls Trained Nursery Attendant Two Children's Churches 1801 EAST OSBORN ROAD f phone 279-2220 NORTH PHOENIX BAPTIST CHURCH 6225 N. Central Ave. RICHARD A. JACKSON PASTOR Bible Study 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:45 A.M. & 7:15 P.M. KPHO-TV Ch. S . n a.m. Ministry for the Deaf MARYVALE COMMUNITY IIBLE CHURCH FOURSQUARE GOSPEL •7lh AVE. and W. CAMPBELL (Under Construction) • Sunday School 9:45 a.m. • Evangelistic Service 14:50 a.m. • Family Worship 7:00 p.m. • Wed. Family Night 7:30 P.m. • Nursery Care Every Service, Free Pastor David Burk »3Mi»« Pastor Jerry Burk »37-0533 Recorded Daily Devotions Dial 937-aoii "The Sinsins Church with the friendly welcome" CHURCH OF ALL CHRISTIAN FAITHS "REMEMBERING THE FORGETTABLE" Mr. Brooks Dr. Charles S. Poling, Sr. Minister The Rev. William J. Brooks, Pastor-Elect Dr. John M. Paxton, Associate BIBLE SCHOOL 9:« A.M. 11:00 A.M. SUNDAY WORSHIP YOUTH «:30 P.M. 4Z22 E. Lincoln Drive Ph. 945-7213 I CHURCH of CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHY JS'^JW 1 ?' 1 (Member of I.M.T.A.) 2131 North Tt (Member of I.M.T.A.) North Ttfc Strtct Ph*ne CR 4-S1J2 RAYMOND HOLLIWELL. D.D.. MINISTER Sunday School on Vacation Sunday 11:00 A.M. "IMPERSONALIZATION" Ray Smucfcer, Speaker Wea\ 1:00 P.M — Lecture "Hew to Read the Bible" Rev. Opal Davis, Speaker PRI. 10:30 A.M. Healinq and Meditation Service look Room open from 1 1 to 3 P.M. EVERYONE WELCOME "FAITH, THROUGH LOVE AND REASON, CAN PRODUCE ANY DESIRED PERSONAL GOOD . PROVIDED THAT PERSONAL DESIRE Science o DOES NOT CONTRADICT THE^ NATURE OF Mind Magazine REALITY ITSELF." "FAITH POWER CHANGES THINGS" m ,„ /«'"« Theatre—2612 N. Central Ave. 10:30 A.M. Service and Sunday School. Tel. 277-7133 RELIGIOUS SCIENCE CENTER - UW N Central Ave Ptmn. »TTJI« Study Group _ Younstown ClSbtauw,TSSday^Orlo EM!* '" FIRST CHURCH ®( THE CHURCH ON THE CUTTING EDGE OF THE FUTURE introduces a new aporoach to summer worship SUNDAY 10A.M. Sermon Topic; "TROUBLESOME TROUBLE-MAKERS" CROSS ROADS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 7901 NORTH CENTRAL AVENUE PHOENIX, ARIZONA Rev. W.O. Smith Robin Kreider, Director George Frey, Director Minister Ministry of Christian Ed. Ministry of The Arts Attend the church of your choice »:JO and 11 A.M. MAN IN THE PRESENCE OF GOD" (Exposition of Psalm 139) 7:00 P.M. "HANG—UPS OF A RELIGIOUS SOCIETY ENROLL NOW - 1*70-1971 BETHANY KINDERGARTEN WEDNESDAY — 7:15 P.M. HEAR CARL SPACONE, Supt. Phoenix Gospel Rescue Mission ,. 610 Ke. Sun. 8:05 A.M. Wed. Service 7:1 5 P.M WE WOULD LIKE TO Present Our Pastor. Pastor Dick Seaton, is a Bible Believing, Devil Hating, Hell Fire & Damnation preaching Man of Sod. him. Dick Seaton , Come hear LAST SUNDAY Attendance M4 Bu$ei 25* , Converted and Added 13 | SCHEDULE SUNDAY SCHOOL »:30 PREACHING SERV. 10:45 SUNDAY EVENING 7:30 WED. EVENING 7:30 The PASTOR'S STUDY MON.-FRI. 5:00 P.M. KASA 1540 Make the rest of summer more enriching. Attend church every week. MIDWAY BAPTIST CHURCH FASTEST GROWING CHURCH IN ARIZONA 1400 N. 15th St.. Phoenix, Arizona For Mere Information Call 258-4503 For The Sctvior from ™*bloo0 3> f Jesus'"* L ° rd * $WPer ' S mefely * *'*" ° r Symb °' °' the boc ' y ' * ncl III THAT iays that the body and blood ol Jetus ne present Hirouoti Die del ol conitcrolion wily. 'A &OINO CHURCH FOR A COMING LORD" Chsrlts N. V«den, Pester SERVICES: Sunday Schoel 10:00 «.«, WORSHIP 1I:M o.«. Evffuhta, Strvfew 7:00 INDEPENDENT FUNDAMENTAL PREMILLENNIAL Alice Avenue Attend the church of your choice CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES Branches ol The Mother Church The Pirit Church et ChrUt Scientist In Boston, Massachusetts Subject af Lesson Sermon For Tomarraw "SOUL" PHOENIX FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIINTIST First Street ewej Raatavalt Sunday Services n A.M. Sunday School n A.M. Wednesday tvenino I:N P.M. READING BOOM Itt N. Centre) Ave., tiM-S:M P.M. Men. & Thurs. Open 7-t P.M. Sundays end Heltdeys » te I MESA FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 134 |. SMMej Aw. Sunday Services t*:e* A.M. Sunday tehee* tl;M A.M. Wednesday Eveaine *:«* P.M. •EA»IN« ROOM 41 S. MwdeneW Street Delly 10 AJ*. * 4 PJ*. tf chyrf h in M(.U It ;t«l' i 't* WinUl ')'( u .• It lij, , FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST StlgNTIST. luS CITY l»ist Ave. ft Clair pr.-tue city Sunej»y Services MO A.M. Sunday |C»MI t : » A.M. W«4Msd»ir i:tt P.M. RMdioe Cwm t««« Win Ave. Oven II a.m.-4 p.m. Daily (Except $un. » Hoi.) PHOENIX SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 250 W. lethany Home Road Sunday Services i| : oo A.M Sunday School n:W A.M. Wednesday Evening i:M P.M. READINQ ROOM 4735 North central Ave., 10:00-5:10 Fridey la A.M. te » P.M. Sunday School t:M SCOnSDALE FIRST CHURCH OF CHtlST, SCIENTIST c 437 W. Indian feheel Rd. Sunday f te s P.M. Closed Holidays Sunday Services f:M Wednesday fvenlne i.-oo P.M. RRAPINQ ROOM N W. jfft Ave. f:M A.M. le S P.M. Thursday 7:W P.M. te I P.M. TEMPE First Church af Christ, Seie*Hi» 11-30 f. FIFTH ST. Sunday Services lOit* A.M. tunday $c»««j !»;»» A.M. Wednesday Evening ):» P.M. Readjne Room Mon. thru Friday n A.M. to 3 P.M. Tuesday Evening « Ip (, p.M. N. Vadto, Puvlei A w *, u u Radio Program: "Tiit Bible !>Pt*ki> To Yuu." Tomorrow'i Subiecl: DIALING WHH DOMINATION" FIRST 700 ° North Central Ave. CHURCH Reverend L. Doward McBain D.D., Minister •44-9656 Church School 9:30—Morn. Worship 10:50 A.M. 10:50 A.M. "LET ME MAKE THIS ONE THING VERY CLEAR," Or McBain 7 P.M. "ARE ALL CHRISTIANS PREACHERS?" Or McBain SECOND Rev ' Roberl Winne, Pastor. Rev. Norman Heater, Min. of Youth ruiieAu 202S E 8elhany Home Rd UnUnWn Sunday School 9:30 — Worship 10:45 A 7 P.M. ece Win 10:45 A ' M ' GOV - JACK WILLIAMS, Guest Speaker 955-BZ30 7 P.M. Vacation Bible School — Closing program ALZONA PARK SOUTHSIDE CHAPELS, A Shared Ministry — Rev. Lyman W. Norris GATEWAY 3400 E. Melvin S. S. »:4S A.M. Rev. Gordon C. V. Smith WOR. 11 A.M. Eve. 7:00 HOPE 4842 N. 5lsl Ave. Rev. Winthrop R. Stewart Ph.D. S.S. 7:45 A.M., Worship II A.M. Rflbert McBain, Minraler ot Music and Youth IMMANUEL 15« E. Gartieid Rev. John A. Martinez S.S. 9:45 A.M., Wor. 11 A.M., Eve 7 P.M. MADISON MARYVALE MEXICAN FIRST 4202 N. 12th St. Rev. John Koehler S.S. »:45 A.M., Wor. 11 A.M., Youth 4:30 P.M. 5702 N. 35 Ave. Rev. James G. Crouch S.S. «:4S A.M., Wor. 11 A.M., Youth 6, Eve^ 111 N. U Ave. Rev. Joseph S. Juarez S.S. 70 A.M., Wor. »1 A.M., Ev« • P.M. MONTE VISTA I40» N. 36 St. Rev. Grant B. Yeatman S.S. 9:45 A.M.. Wor. n A.M., Youth t P.M., Eve 7 PARADISE VALLEY 4101 E. Shea Blvd. Rev. Edwin F. Hall S.S. >:4J Worship U A.M. * 7 P.M. SOUTH PHOENIX 1M2 W. Roeser Rd. S.S. » : 45 A.M., Wor. II A.M., Ev«. 7 TEMPLE E. McDowell at 11th St. Rev. Edward W. Turns S.S. «;45 A.M., Wor. 11 A.M., Eve. 4:30 A 7:JO N ' " th Ave - Rev - Walter w - Thompson, Minlsttr S.S. «;45 A.M., Wor. 11 A.M., B.E.F. 4:15, Eve. 7:30 CLENDALE MEXICAN 5238 W. Ocotillo Rd., Rev. N. Rodriguez S.S. f:45 A.M., Wor. 11 A. M. MCCA Church of Saviour, 340 South Hall Rev. chas. Harwood "•••*•* . ... S.S. »:« A.M., Wor. 11 A.M., Youth «:», Eve. 7:30 First Baptist, J« N Macdonald Pastor, R.v. Frederick Williamson S.S. MS A.M., Wor. 11 A.M., Eve. 7:30 FIRST BAPTIST SCflTT^DAI F 70 " E> Osborn Rd ' Rev - w - Lowe " F«irltY JUU I I JUHLX Worship 8:30 «, n A.M. Sunday School »;4S American Baptist 1619 Hardy Drive Rev. Clyde W. Harmon S.S. 9:45 A.M., Wor. 11 A.M. TEMPE THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH ALBRIGHT 2242 E. Campbell Ay. 279-2631 Church School 9:15 a.m. Worship 8:00 & 10:15 a.m. The Rev. E. Clark Robb ALDERSGATE 3530 N; 32nd St. 956-3710 School 9:00 Worship 9:00 Rev. Young C. Lee ASBURY 1601 W. Indian School Rd. 279-2369 School 9:00 a.m. Worship 10:15 a.m. The Rev. Paul Wilkinson BETHEL 546 E. Osborn Rd., 265-1 164 School 9:45 a.m." . ' Services at 8:30 & I 1:00 a.m. The Rev. Donald E. Springer Brooks 5921 W. Thomas Rd., 278-2308 School 10:30 a.m. Worship 9:15 & 10:30 The Rev. Dennis D. Ramsey Capitol—$t, Paul's Capitol 1604 W. Van Buren, 2SJ3-3443 Worship & Schpol at 11 ;QS a.m. Van Buren end 28th Ave. School 10:45 a.m. Worship 9:30 e.m. The Rev. Don Smith Creighton 4900 E. Thomas Rd., 959-1080 School 8:30 a.m. Worship 8:30 i I I :00 a.m. Tin R,S. Dwanu E. Averill Cross in the Desert 12335 N. 32nd St., 992-1960 School 9:00 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. The Rev. Norman W. Knight Desert West 2602 N. 51st Ave., 278-7954 School 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. The Rev. William Charles EPWORTH 5935 W. Camalbaclt Rd. 739-9027 School 9:30 & I 1:00 a.m. •Vorship 9:30 & I 1:00 e.m. '.he Rev. Robert A. Stanley Gartieid E. Roosevelt & 13th St. 258-5181 School 9:40 a.m. Worship 10:55 a.m. The Rev. Frank M. CartwrigKt GLENDALE FIRST 7102 N. 58th Drive, 939-1409 School 9:30 a.m. Worship 9:30 & 10:50 a.m. The Rev. George W. Stump PARADISE VALLEY 4455 E. Lincoln Dr., 946-1 Itt School 9:30 a.m. Worship 9:30 & 11:00 a.m. The Rev. Donald G. Sapp TRIMITY 3104 W. 6lendai« Ave. 937-6242 Churcn School 9:30 e.m. Worship 9:30 & I 1:00 a.m. The Rev. Donald B. Cooke Wesley 750 E. Southern Ave., 276-4112 School 10:00 «.m. Worihip I I :00 a.m. Thr; Rtv Enniv M. Whaley Th«- in, M»

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