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Baytown, Texas
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Sunday, August 30, 1987
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THE BAYTOWN SUN Sunday. August 30, 19W7 1-C YOUTH CONFERENCE YOUTH FROM Central Baptist Church who attended a recent youth conference at North Greenville College in Tigerville, S.C. include, seated from left, Melissa Truitt, Shari-Don Herrington, Pam Williams and Donna Guidry. Standing from left, are David Locke, Tommy Truitt, Jody Wen- ckens, Neivassa Clement (counselor), Ronnie Huff, Evelyn Guidry (counselor), Troy Wenckens, Charles Guidry (counselor), Jerry Parker, John Herrlngton, Chris Kirkland, Dwayne Peterson, Mike Clement (youth director) and Steven Guidry. Leadership training set St. Paul's Methodist Church to host event Leadership training o p- porlunities will be offered Sunday from 2 to b p.m. when St. Paul's United Methodist Church. 7915 Bayway Drive, hosts the District Teachers Training Event for all church school teachers of MIL" smaller churches in the district Rally "87 will be celebrated Sunday at 9:45 a m. as members rally together in the sanctuary to strengthen the church and I heir lives through the Sunday school. Children in the church school will be promoted to now classes and there will be a special service of dedication for the li>871988 teachers, The Rev Donald i.', White. pastor, will preach on "The Lure of the Easy Way" at the Su:5o a.m service Jack Thumps in will serve as White will bring !ht- message for children's time on the altar steps Chancel (."lirnr will sing the anthem. under the direction of Abraham Thomas. Thoma.s will also play theoru.t:i Fellowship \\ill tx 1 held in the fellow, ship hall follow ing the worship service Junior and Senior High youth activities are scheduled from 5 to ti: HO pin Bible study and Prayer Group will meet at 7 p rn. Vor-Lm Pro-School and Kindergarten begins Tuesday Chancel Choir will rehearse at 8pm Weiinesda\ Overeaters Anonymous will meet from 7 toy p. in Thursday CEDAR BAYOU The Ke\ James W. Moore will be the preacher for the iasl Sunda\ evening service ol the August Revival at Cedar Bayou United .Methodist Church, at 7 p.m. The Rev. F.mmitt Harrow. pastor, will be preaching at the two morning services this -Sunday . A native ol Memphis. Tenn.. M o o r e i s a ji r a ci u a l e o f Lambuth College at Jackson. Tenn.. and the Methodist Theological S c fro o 1 in Delaware. Ohio. He received a doctor of divinity degree from lege at Shreveport. La. Moore has served pastorates in Tennessee and Ohio. He also served from lit72-.SU as co-pastor of First UMC (Shreveport). sharing a pulpii with the Rev. D.L. Dykes. Moore presently serves as senior minister of the 8,000 member St. Luke's UMC in Houston, where his sermons are telecast each week over KPRC- TV, to an audience of more than one million homes. Additionally, he writes a column which appears weekly in the Houston JAMES MOO RE Centenarv Col- Chronicle and the Houston Post. Promotion Sunday svjll be observed this Sunday during Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. and Bibles will be presented to some 35 new third-graders at the it):50 a.m. worship service, and attendance pins will also be given at that time. Day School For Little People- opens the fall session at 9 a.m. Tuesday. Trustees meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. The Children's Day Out Program opens on Wednesday .at 9 i>.ro. Karen Koberson is director of both these programs The choir will rehearse on Wednesday at 7 p.m. Julia Lottie Circle meets at 8 a m Thursday GRACE The Rev. Dewey Fuller will be preaching on "Coming Upon A Treasure" at 10:45 a.m. Sunday at Grace United Methodist Church. ;>04 N.'Pruett. The Rev Max Mem will bring the Children's Sermon Serving as Acolytes will be Amy Peebles and Jill Saterbak Crossbeart-r will be Alan Green John Thomas will be captain of the ushers, Merle Epperson will be at the organ and will direct the Sanctuary Choir and Celebration Singers. The Acolyte Class will meet Sunday at n a m in the snack area New fourth-graders are invited to attend and enroll in the new iy»7-8H class. Certificates will be given to all acolytes who have completed the work for the year Church School begins at 9:30 a.m for all ages. Junior and Senior High UMYF will meet at 5:30 p.m Sunday Sunday school teachers and workers \\ill be attending a Leadership Training Rally Sund a y at S e a b r o o k Unite d Methodist Church. Society of St. Stephen, under the leadership of Everett Beaty. will meet at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in the parlor. Weslcyan Study Group will meet at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the RoundtableRoom Rebekah Study Group will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Wilda Kay. 3500 McKinney. No. 15. Evangelism meets at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the Roundtable Room. Council on Ministries meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Roundtable Room. Church Women United will have a board meeting in the snack area on Friday at 9:30 a.m. ST. MARK'S "A Great Day of Singing" will be the theme" at St. Mark's United Methodist Church, 1703 Oklahoma, at the 10:45 a.m. service Sunday. The Rev. Frank Cady, pastor, will preach with Rodney Haedge directing the singing and Richard Ponder at the organ. Orchestra rehearsal will be at 9 a.m. with Church School to follow at 9:30 a.m. All teachers and substitute teachers will attend the Houston East District SundaySchool Rally at the Seabrook United Methodist Church from 2 to 5 p.m.Sunday. Junior High MYF will meet at 5 p.m. and the Senior High MYF will meet at 7:30 p.m. for their program. Mary Tarrant and The Bisby Winfrey United Methodist Women's group will continue their study at 2 p.m. Monday in the Church Parlor. The Chancel Choir will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Choir Room and the Boy Scout Troop will meet at the Annex. On Sept. l.St. Mark's Stepping Stone Day School will begin its fall semester. This quality preschool program has accredited teachers, and low s t u- dent teacher ratios. Call the Church office, 427- 7IU55. for more information. ST. JOHN'S Sunday worship at St. John's United Methodist Church. 501 S. Alexander Drive, begins at 9 a.m. with all classes assembling in the sanctuary for Promotion Sunday. Worship begins at 10 a.m. with the Rev. William M. Walker bringing the sermon. "Love As Christ Loved Us." He will also have the children's time. An anthem will be sung by the Chancel Choir. Choir dirertnr is Don Rail, and organist is Nancy Hill. Robert Francis will be the liturgist. Ushers for Sunday will be Paul Lernmon. Elwood Lemmon. W W. Lehr and Phil Hoover. There will be a Houston East District Sunday School Rally Sunday from 2-5 p.m.. at St. Paul's UMC. The Family Life and Congregational Care Committee is having a Back-to- School Picnic at 6 p.m. and will be held at. Jenkins Park. The United Methodist Youth will meet at Jenkins Park also. The Evangelism and Worship Committee will meet September 1, at 7p.m. The Over-42 Club will meet Wednesday from 2-5 p.m. Chancel"Choir will meet at 7 p.m. MONT BELVIEU First United Methodist Church of Mont Belvieu will observe fifth Sunday with a church picnic at McLcod Park immediately after morning worship. The meal will be pot luck. There will be softball, swimming and games. The Rev. Noy Pruitt will be back from.vacation. Sunday school begins at 9:45 a.m, and morning worship at 10:45 a.m. There will be no evening service or youth meeting. Jiles new minister of junior high youth Mike Jiles is the new minister of junior high youth at Memorial Baptist Church, 600 W. Sterling. Jiles is a recent graduate of Southwest Baptist University in Boliver, Mo. where he majored in church recreation with an emphasis in youth ministry. In his new position, .Tiles will administer a program of evangelism and Christian education for youth. For two years prior to coming to Baytown. Jiles supervised the swimming pool at Southwest Baptist University. His other experience working with youth includes being a water ski instructor at Pine Cove Hanch in Tyler and serving as a counselor and waterfront specialist at Lake Nixon Day Camp in Little Rock, Ark. He is single and has worked with youth on a volunteer basis at First Southern Baptist Church in Coffcyville, Kan.; First Baptist Church in Independence, Kan.; and First Baptist Church in Springfield, Mo. fRELlQlON Janet and Eloy Valdes to receive St. George Award in Boy Scouts The presentation of the St. George (Episcopal) Award from the Boy Scouts of America to both Janet and Eloy Valdes will highlight the 12th Sunday after Pentecost at All Saints' Episcopal Church, 200 Caldwell Drive. The 10 a.m. celebration of the Holy Eucharist will be presided over by the Rev. Jim Sproat. vicar of All Saints'. Sproat's sermon topic this week will be. "Be not conformed to this world, but be transformed." The Gospel reading from Matthew will be proclaimed from the center of the altar by the Rev. Deaconess Gladys L. Hall. Reading the scriptural lessons and the Prayers of the People will be Erwin Hendricks. Jenny Valdes and Jackie Valdes will be Altar Servers this week. Matthew Sproat and Louie Saiazar will be this week's Ushers and Oblationers. Performing the duties of Altar Guild will be Anne Sproat. Congregational music will be led by Janet Valdes. Following the Offertory. Janet and Eloy Valdes will each be presented the St. George (Episcopal) Award from the Boy Scouts of America. The St. George Award, the adult counterpart to the Boy Scout God and Country Award, is presented to members of the Episcopal Church who. as Scout Leaders, have combined together, in a consistent and meaningful way. their scouting activities with their Church participation. The after-worship fellowship time will be hosted by The Young People of the Church. Christian Education for all ages will be offered this Sunday beginning at 9 a.m. This week's topic in the Bible-based curriculum will be, "God made us as we are." During this week, each day at noon, Deaconess Hall will conduct Mid-Day Prayers and In- tercesions at the St. Jarnes House Chapel, 5800 Baker Road. At 7 p.m. Sundays, she conducts Evening Prayer. At 10a.m. each Wednesday the Holy Eucharist is celebrated by the Rev. P. Walter Henckell, Priest-In- Charge of St. James House. On Wednesdays the Holy Eucharist will be offered at All Saints' with Sproat as Celebrant. ST. MATTHIAS The llth Sunday after Trinity will be observed with a service of morning prayer at 11 a.m. Sunday at St. Matthias American Episcopal Church. 4822 N. Main. John Heald, lay reader, will lead the service. Harry K. Johnson III. lay reader, will deliver a sermon prepared by the Rt. Rev. Robert C. Harvey. " The service is in accordance with the 1928 Book of Common Prayer. Taking care of the altar this week will be Ann Heald and Sydney Heald. Music is under the direction of Jocile Harlow. organist. Coffee hostess for the week is Harriet Day. 'TRINITY At 10 a.m. Sunday, the 12th Sunday after Pentecost, the Rev. Russell Minter, supply priest, will celebrate the Holy Eucharist and preach at Trinity Episcopal Church, 2701 W. Main. Music will be under the direction of Jon Lamkin. organist, and Lynn Lamkin. choir director. John Lefeber and Tom Walmsley will be chalice bearers; the Prayers of the People will be led by Lefeber: and Albert Pouhe will read the Lessons. Caring for the Altar will be Maymo Lewis. Pat Bosley. Alison Listiak. and Patsy Reid. Acolytes who will serve are Eric Barker, Marc Pouhe. Hays- ly Wells,- and Daniel McKeever. Dick and Ann Nelson and Freddy and Marcia Rios will usher. Oblation bearers will be Sam and Virginia Johnston. Children's Church will meet at 10 a.m. with Bill Matthews as lay reader. A nursery will be available during the morning. At 10 a.m. Wednesday a prayer group will meet. At 7 p.m. Wednesday there will be Evening Prayer and the Laying on of Hands for Healing. At 8 p.m. Wednesday the Cur- sillo Reunion Group will meet. At 8:15 p.m. Wednesday the Personal Growth Group will meet. At 10 a.m. Thursday the Rev. James L. Sproat, Vicar of All Saints' Church, will celebrate the Holy Eucharist at Trinity Church At 7 p.m. Thursday the Sunday School Staff will meet. At 9 a.m. Saturday a work day- has been scheduled. ^Uethcslist Sen Jftcinto nmtiodin San Jacinto Methodist Home Health Agency 1 , ^v^r^A^ Grandma came home today... Home Health Care. . . it's an excellent alternative to prolonged Hospital Care for those patients requiring extended attention — and at a substantial savings. San Jacinto Methodist Hospital Home Health Agency helps you recover at home under the specialized care of our Registered Nurses, Physical & Speech Therapist, and Nurse Aides as they carry out your doctor's treatment plan. Medicare wiH pay the fuNy approved cost of all covered Home Health visits and supplies. Other health insurance may also cover Home Health Care. 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