Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 30, 1973 · Page 73
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 73

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,..' .ALLECHTIONS ;18 The Arietta Re'pijbtie Phoenix, Sat, Jim an, \m Church singers Donna Corwin, left, 17, and Bridget McClymonds, 17, a singing duet, "Charisma," rehearse in pres- lence of the Rev. Kurt Freund, pastor of Tri-City 'Presbyterian Church. The girls, both of Mesa, will ^resent a concert at 9 a.m. Sunday in the church, .which meets in Pace East Clubhouse, 2233 W. Farmdale. Bible school Mrs. Sandy Davis, right, vacation Bible school teacher at First Baptist Church, 7000 N. Central, gives drawing lessons to Beatrice Dale, left, 10; Betty Moreno, 9; Tina Martinez, 11; Alison Kilmer, 10 and Debra Stelner, 10. The church took buses to south Phoenix inviting black and Mexican-American children to the school, which ended Friday. Ringing family to present Concert at Phoenix College "' *j.The eight-member • S p e e r • :, JFamily of Nashville, Tenn., "•"/^ill present a concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday in Phoenix Col- M^ege auditorium, 1202 W. ^Thomas. ' '*f' The group was voted the "•:,"*l'?Best Mixed Group of »; the Year" in 1969, 1970, and *,. 1972 by .the Gospel Music As*;' sociation. ',t\ Last year, one of the l'< group's members, Sue Chen»; ,ault, was selected by the as- *,j ^'sociation as the best female A Realist. She was a Miss Aril;, Tjcinsas contestant in the Miss J American competition four •»•' 'years ago. £ j Singing groups from the -Catholics in England LONDON (UPI) — The Catholic Directory says there are 4,125,780 Roman Catholics in England and Wales, 115,000 more than three years ago. 'But it said conversions, baptisms and marriages have de• greased. Valley also will present musical selections at the concert. Tickets are available at Allen Piano and Organ Co., 1632 E. Camelback; Phoenix Christian Book and Music Shop, 1825 W. Indian School, and Christian Supplies and Book Store, 218 N. Country Club Drive, Mesa. i l/laranattia 3805 N. 12th St. 266-7867 James Patterson, Minister 9:30 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:45 A.M. Pastor preaching 6:30 P.M. Pastor preaching — Nursery Provided — Reformed, Baptistlc, Evangelistic. Holy Ghost and Fire Seminar With Many Ministers. Last Year Folk came From 30 States and Many Foreign Countries. July 1-15 Twice Daily 2:30&7:30P.M Rev. FRANKLIN HALL and Rev. HELEN HALL HOST MINISTERS BODYFELT SALVATION TABERNACLE 9840 N. 15th St. Tune in KASA Daily, 11:00 A.M. Assemblies Of God Welcome You Faith Assembly JOYFUL AND ALIVE . . . 10:50 A.M. • A STRONG FAMILY CHURCH • II SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES • ACTIVITIES POM ALL AGES 1441 W. Glendile Ave. Willis Hlrschy, M3-3«31 Jeitph Lick, AMtitant 9:45 A.M. Sunday school 10:50 A.M. PASTOR SPEAKINO 7 P.M. PASTOR SPEAKINO 6 P.M. 1 Youth Groups GLAD TIDINGS ASSEMBLY 2617 N. 32nd St.—956.0393—Patter D. J. Gellt Refrigerated Sanctuary—Nursery Attendant at All Services 11 A.M. "THE DYNAMIC AND THE DOOM OF THE CHURCH"—Pastor Geiit 7 P.M. "THE PROUD CHURCH WITH AN EMPTY CUP"—Paster Geist Sunday School 10 A.M. Worship 11 & 7 P.M. Wed. Bible Study "The CHURCH WTH A STONE FRONT BUT A WARM HEART" "A Church for the Whole Family" NORTH FREEWAY ASSEMBLY OF GOD 2828 W. Country Gable* Dr. (I Mile North of Weitown) 11 AM Pastor ANDERSON 7 P.M. Pastor ANDERSON • SUNDAY SCHOOL »:45 A.M. Mornlns • EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 7:00 P.t Nuriery Available at All Services Tommy Anderson, Pastor — ?42-(392 10:55 A.M. F IRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH 2025 N. 3rd St.Ph, 258-481! 9:45 A.M. All Family Sunday School 11:00 A.M. "FREEDOM'S HOLY LIGHT" Pastor Moen. preaching SERVICES FOR THE DEAF in DEAF CHAPEL Alvin Boeher, Pastor Pastor ' "•" \ "^ Ernst J. Moen, 7:00 P.M. "AMERICA'S WATERGATE MORALITY" You must hear this Timely message by Our Pastor *Supervised Nursery in All Services "You'll Enjoy Worshipping at Friendly First Assembly" 'Dear Abby's" answers to personal problems get to the heart of the matter. REAL REVIVAL with EVANG. NEAL FRISBY (Aerial View) Internationa! Salvation & Deliverance Meeting PRAYER FOR THE SICK STARTS TONIGHT JUNE 30fh thru MON., JULY 2nd 7:30 P.M. (Also Services Sun,, 2:30 P.M.) THREE SPECIAL NIGHTS CAPSTONE AUDITORIUM TATUMI SHEA BLVD., PHOENIX "A refreshing move of the spirit is here, dramatic signs appearing. 11 ''Believe in the Lord - Bring the sick, all cases accepted and prayed for!" • "Will be revealing some new subjects of profound interest!" • Building Air Conditioned r VA*S"+*rt***4to Charlotte Slater Syndicated Columnist Things Your Mother Never Taught You (Or Knew) If you want to be liberated from the tyranny of waiting (waiting for a husband to make repairs on the weekend between games on TV; waiting for the plumber, or electrician, to come by "sometime next week" — waiting for his bill!) you'll want to read "Things Your Mother Never Taught You." "Things" runs each Tuesday in the women's pages of The Phoenix Gazette. It is written by Charlotte Slater, a young woman chosen for the assignment because she knows absolutely nothing about mechanical repairs. The result is that she starts from scratch on each column, seeking advice from professionals. The Phoenix GAZETTE

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