THE HAYTOWN SUiN Sunday, August 3V. Mohawk woman candidate American Indians hoping for saint MGHTOF PRAISE CECELIA AND Lane Brown will preaent a concert at 7 p.m. Saturday at Crosby United Methodist Church, 1334 Runneburg. The duet is among a number of Christian performers who will stag at the Special Night of Praise. Admission Is free but donations will be accepted at the door. PHOENIX, Ariz (AP) Catholic American Indians are hoping Pope John Paul II will designate a Mohawk woman who died 307 years ago as the first Indian saint when he visits Phoenix this fall. "It would be a very beautiful thing," said John Peiotte of Gallup. N.M., the first Indian Catholic bishop. "We have every hope that the Holy Father will do this. We certainly have expressed that hope very loudly and clearly in all our correspondence with Rome." Peiotte, who will join the pope here in September in a special meeting with 16,000 Indians, said such a canonization "would have a very strong impact" on the nation's 1.5 million Indians, about 285,000 of whom are Catholics. The candidate for sainthood, Kateri Tekawitha, was beatified <RELIGION E.L. Holly to speak in Bible study hour The Rev. E.L. Holly, superintendent of the Texas District United Pentecostal Church, will be the speaker at Faith Temple. "03 W, Main during the Bible study hour at 10 a.m. Sunday and again in the" 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. Mark Davis will lead the congregation! singing in the 7 p.m. service. 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. Tuesday. Disciplcship 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 7:3li p.m. Teddy and Suzanne Purdy will direct the activities. The Rev. W L. Atchison. pastor, is in Madagascar conducting a ministerial seminar First Presbyterian Church * to have Promotion Sunday At First Presbyterian Church, 171.1 Market, the congregation will be celebrating Promotion Sunday with a program in the Fellowship Hall beginning at tf a in The new Sunday school teachers will be introduced and the children will be taken to their m-w Sunday school rooms Worship begins ;it lo.:w a in. with the Kev \V. James LeDuc Jr ,s|K'akmgon ••.Sinking Into the Sea " Greeters for this Communion Sunday will ije Lynn and LoisStniwn Susan Jentho and Craham Painter are in charge of the finances, and Mill Murgess is in charge of the building. There will be a Session meeting m the parlor at 10 a.m. Junior High Fellowship has resumed weekly meetings on Wednesday at f> p.m. All junior high students are invited to attend. New adult classes for the fall semester will be a "Study of Timothy." "A Study of the Acts of the Apostles" and "Love and Other Things." Alcoholics Anonymous, Al- Anon, and Adult Children of Alcholics meet at the church during the week. Call the church office for information at 422- WESTMINSTER Worship begins at 10 a.m. Sund a y a t Westminster Presbyterian Church. 7600 Bayway Drive The Kev. Kan- viOipil i\. nriifiSOfi Win itruu worship and preach "Manxes', at ions of Holy Spirit." Branson will also offer a children's time, "Gone But Still Here." Adult Bible study will be held at 8:30 a.m. Sunday in the church library. Sunday fellowship is held at 9:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Choir rehearsal will be at 7:30 p.m Wednesday. 'Christ Jesus' to be topic "Christ .Jesus" is the subject of the lesson-sermon to be read ;il the l(i:HO a.m. Sunday service at Firs! Church of Christ, Scientist in Hiiylown on the corner of Nevada and Michigan. Sunday school begins at the Siime hour and all young people up to the age of 20 are invited to attend and to be taught of the spiritual truths of the Bible in small discussion groups. Wednesday meetings begin at 7::!o 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. The Christian Science Heading Room provides a quiet place in which everyone is welcome to learn more about Christian Science. It is stocked with the Bible in two languages and BraileS- cience and Health with Key to the Scriptures by the founder and discoverer of Christian Science Mary Baker Eddy in two languages and Brailc. periodicals in twelve foreign languages, records and cassettes, along with current copies of the Christian Science Monitor an international newspaper. Located at 316 W. Texas in Baytown it is open from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Church services scheduled Sur,;!ay worship at First Chin cJ: of the Nazarene, 2409 N. Main, begins at 9:45 a.m. with Sunday school for all ages. The morning worship service begins at 10:50 a.m. The evening worship service is at G: :)0p.m. The Hcv. Lynn Holmes, pastor, will preach at both services. A nursery is provided (of all services. The Sanctuary Choir will sing under the direction of Buford Fulchcr. Bcrnicc Turley is the pianist. Gwcn Smith is the organist. Special music will be provided by Frank McGec and James Grundy. Wednesday at 6 p.m. there will be a fellowship dinner in the Fellowship Hall. The mid-week prayer service will follow at 7 p.m. Youth to assist in servce The Rev. Jon Siemsglusi will conduct the 10:15 a.m. Sunday service at Redeemer Lutheran Church. 1200 E. Lobit. Members of the Lutheran Youth Fellowship will assist Siem- sglusz with the service and will also present a chancel drama. Ushers are Art Schneider. Steven James, George Nelson and Edward George. A nursery is provided. Sunday school for all ages and an adult Bible class, taught by Siemsglusz. begin at 9 a.m. The 1987-88 Junior Confirmation Class will hold its first class on Wednesday. September 2. at 6:30 p.m. in the education building. At 7 a.m. Thursday. September 3, the newly formed Men's Breakfast group will meet in the Fellowship Hall. ST. PAUL'S ••Staying Afloat" is the Rev. Charles Probst's sermon topic 10:30 a.m. Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. 712 Schilling. Assisting minister is John Bentz. Acolytes are Michael Baldauf and Kelly Smith. Organist is Becky Kinder. Choir director is Tom Carstarphen. Ushers are A.R. Lorfing. Gary Hewer. Milton Holley and Dutch Heintschcl. Sunday school for all ages prvcruus the morning worship at 9 : 15 a.m . The nursery is open for all church functions. Other Sunday activities include a 5th Sunday Social, featuring hot dogs and homemade ice cream for the congregation and sponsored by the ALCW. This begins at 5:30 p.m. The Webelos meet Monday at 6 p.m. and Scouts meet at 7 p.m. A birthday party for residence of Centennial Apartments, sponsored by the Social Concerns Committee, will begin at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. The Christian Service League meets Wednesday at i p.m. Choir rehearsal begins at 7:30 p.m. The quilters meet at 8 a.m. Bible study leaders meet with pastor at 9:30 a.m. Crosses planted by roads, on hills CRAIGSVILLE, W.Va. (AP) — A retired businessman who devotes his time to erecting Christian crosses in public view on roadsides and hilltops, says he is expanding the project in this country and overseas. Bernard L. Coffindaffer. whose crews have planted 975 clusters of three crosses each in 15 states, says the work moves next into other states of the South, Midwest and New England and also Into Zambia and the Philippines. lie says he also is visiting landholders around 10 West German cities in August to Me if they want "Crowes of Mercy" raised. He pay* the costs through donations, and agrees to maintain the crones. by the pope in 1980, the step before canonization. "Up until the beatification, she was known only to the tribes of the Northeast" where the Mohawks are located, Peiotte said. "Now, you can find statues of her in Navajo churches. All across the Southwest, there are pictures and medallions of Kateri Tekawitha. This in itself is a kind of miracle, good enough for her canonization. She has been the great unifier of Indian Catholics." If the pope designates her for sainthood, the College of Cardinals in Rome would process the canonization, which could take several months. Peiotte said he has received no signals from Rome but thinks it is possible because Pope John Paul has named others to sainthood on previous trips. Tekawitha died in 1680 at age 24 of smallpox after leading a life, according to the Catholic Encyclopedia, of "austerity and charity." Her baptism in 1676 and her vow to remain a virgin met so much opposition she was forced to flee her tribe, but she continued working among other tribes, historians say. It is said that at the moment she died, her smallpox scars vanished. The pope's visit with the Indians here is being billed as a step toward reconciliation in what Peiotte called an often- embarrassing relationship which started with priests accompanying the conquering Spanish and which some have blamed for the destruction of traditional Indian religions. "But we have come a long way since," Peiotte said, citing a 1977 church decision acknowledging the right of Indian Catholics to be both good members of the church and followers of their own traditional religious beliefs. The decision, the bishop said, came "after an uncomfortable meeting" in South Dakota between four Catholic bishops and a group of 66 Indians who formed a circle around and directed ''very hard questions" at the bishops. The Rev. Gilbert Hemauer of Great Falls. Mont., who'organiz- ed what became known after the meeting as the Tekawitha Conference because the Mohawk woman had become the symbol of Indian Catholicism, said the decision resulted in thousands of new converts and in the return to the church of many Indian Catholics who had become disillusioned. &CHURCH W nmcnr DIRECTORY BAYTOWN-LAPORTE SEVENTH DAY ADVEJtTlST CHURCH Hil.S.PrwC 07-4*6 Aftet Hours. 434 W>7 David Haniaiw Pastor SongSerwe . . ?(iam SaboaHi School . iO.Wa.ra Sernwc . .. . llwarr. ednesday T:»pm TRINITY TABERNACLE Jam E SMk. P*w «MM ....... ............. ffi-X* Sunday SctvnJ . 5 Ma.m .Mwrvm* Worship ? J? , lot) am ; f amih Nipii T « p m CE.VTJUL ASSDUtY OF GOO '" Her. Ran*? D*«H. PMM- JD-IIX Sunday Sc&CTd « « a . m aoJiip KV3('am W onAip . , 6 w p ra ay Ereniry: Worship Twpni Thursday Wotam's Mrntttrio ? 30 a m ............ GOSPEL UGHT HOUSE eu.taMMir.MKMi! Srnuul . 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O74 SIXDAY: Church Traininit. Twchen Mrrtm^ A 6.tt)pm 7:(wpm YoothChotr *<ipil«p,Mas»i WEWfESOAY: 5.5)-€30p.m. 600pm f :.lpk»K*l Adult Dmr . ~ 30pm " OLD RIVER BAJPTlsi CHU1RCK " HOR.SH!!' SERVICES U a.ci 17pm , 7pm BIBLE STl'DY % Kara tip m . ID a m \m BY THE RIVER BRIDGE S7MM >*«*l»«t ' BAPTIST CHURCH .» 30am. &Mr Study . Momm* Worsfiip Kv«im«;WMViic . Tiwpm WEDNESDAY Praywtl'raix 70Dpm fro U(H(ri|nr)Gima.P*Mr NEWUGKT "" ........ '"" BAFTBT CHURCH IMBN MaM ................... 4B4M Rrr OuriaTmr.PiMr SCNDVY MORMNO Radw Broadcai?. KBl'KUS) I l>.»:15aro Stmiay srixnl » 3) am Momraj: Worship . I! Wan: SUNDAY EVEXLNG Bapu.< Training L'nton . 6 .W pa Kvfrtine WorNhip Ser* tees , 7 ouprn H'EUNKSDAV M nj»wt B«>k t Sm-ict? 7 .» pm Mrs Helen Doyle. Hirrrtor Mrs KtnlhsTunxT. \srt Director ST. JOHN THE EVA»GnJST CATBOLKCJIURCH Rpr MM R. FtMkr. PMMr •ASSES Saturday ........ ...... 6.00pm. Sunday' .......... J 4S*ll:llam Mon Tws. Wn) * Fn ......... «:«a.m. HotyOiv. ... ..».w».m.*7:»pm. SCHOOL OT RKUGKJN Sunday lO.OOa m ,7:Wpm. Wednesday ................ 7;Wp.m. . _ ___.. „_....._„.....-_...__.., CATHOUCCHimCH SPANISH MASSES Saturday. 6 p m 12 inpm ENGLISH M.VSS S»twroay Mass 5:»pm. Sunday Morning Man*; , 8.10 41! noon Mon S*t ««»m Toes Fri S Warn HOLY DAY EVE MASSES ft Warn,fcW»m VtplMass N.N> Nt. S.ttp.m. SUNDAY ALUAMCX BIBLE CHURCH Ht W. Ccriv B«TH Ljidtart B4. Sunday School .............. ..5:45 am. Morning Worship .......... 10:55 a.m. Gospel Hour ............ : ...... .6:3) p.m. Wednesday Family Night ..... 7:Wp.m. FIRST CHURCH orcwusTsciEfnsr Sunciav Service ............ 10:»a,ffl Sunday School .. ........... 10:30a.m Wednesday Meelmg. . . ........ 7:30 p m. GiildnBB' Roooi, Open all Sen-ices CHRISTIAN SCIENCE REAIOTGROOV 10 a.m. toJpm.Mon. Wed Fri. M«W.Tn* ................. ..«>-•• PVBUC DOTTED CXXMK BAYOU CHURCH Or CHIUST MN.lty.HI... ............. 48-MI Worship ..... ........ . ..... ..9,50a.ir. Evening Worship ...... ........ 6 Wp m Wrtrwsday Mid.W«kS*!n'ice.7:00p m. pmnctT*u>ifF CHURCH or CHRBT SUNDAY Bible Classes, all aids Worship Assembly .1040 a.m WorshipA-swmbiy . .. 7,Wpm ITEDNESOAY Ladi« Bible ITass low a.m Bitate Claixs. ail ages And Worship Assrmfoty . ,. 7wp,m CHvlaor"cmBT CAlTStDe IDT 4*-J»iS 10 Warn. 10 45 a.m, ...S.wp.m! . .7,Dp m .M .,.•:«) a.m. . . 10.Qua.m. S.Wpm. . ... 7:Wp.ni SOUTH KAW CHURCH OFCWUST Worship Er«m|! Worship . Ouktrra j Cburrt Wedncsdat HcalHi 4 EveniEiI'raytr TTwrjday H Jk Holy Kurharwl Sun HolyEurti»ns( 10:*)am OinKun Education J.ima.m Wntdav.MorainsPrajw 6 30a m Weilncsday Kucharist 6:30 a.m _ ___-..._. AHnKAN ntKOfALOKIICH nt Worship Service .ILWam Mommf Worship ...... io.43a.m EvtiMdf Wonliip. ........... 7:«>pm TmsdjjTuchmg ......... N:Wa.m. Wrtntsday Evtnins .......... 7:30 pm Alt. S««ti»»y Mornmd Worship t«:«»ara Swxl»yEwt*i((Service.. ..7.(Opm W fdhraday Krtninf Service .. V: 3S p m. SFeWMmntrj' SiMinSdMI SwnwBjt WwsM|l ^ GRACE METBODIST ttei. Dewt7 friter, Sr. MiBleer R«v. MM Htm. AJMC. Minister I ChurchSdlCO!.. «13>iJI!. 1 Mommg Worship I'Mi^.Ti. _ Y'outhAcinrilKS: S.'Wp.m. I Rev.Pra^Cady.Paur Dicrd)Scfti«l 9313.m. W'orshipSen'ice lo:45a.m. I MetbodiaYouttiFellonship... 6:00 p.m i me ____ _ ST. PAUL'S UNTTEO METHODIST CHURCH Rrr. D«uW G. WMr, PHUT 791S&arwa> w-nu Church SctttrJl ...... ....... 9 4ja Worship Service ............ 10:5Ha L'.MYF ...................... VOR'LIN DAY SCHOOL MONDAY -FRIDAY. 9 to 12 ___ Aftie»ilyCliircli_ ST.WH.N'S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH S»lS.AJcun*3-Drrf- Ctmrch Sctxwl ............ 5:tt?ar.; Morning W'orship . ..... ... . m: tw a.m. L'MYK. Sunday .............. 5:i»p.in. EreryoiM Welcome cSbARBAYbu METHOIKSTCHUUCH 1714 F-rry futt 1:15 J a. l:Na.a. N:«ILB. St.BiUMYr. ........ . ......... i:»p.«. CHURCH OT MONT BtLVlEU Rrr.C.V. INnj) Pr*tt.P««« MMt Mrin SUNDAY Sua<iiyS<i«Ml ................ S 45am Morning Worship .......... I0)5ara Youth Activities ............. 430pm Evenini! Worship ............. C.'A'pm WEDNESDAY ACTIVITIES Prayer Brraklasl held at tiie International HOUM of PancAcs Mer.sPra>wBrr»kl»st ........ foam Women s Prayer Biraklas! ..... ~ X am Disciples .................... S.UJpm Children 'sCfawr .............. 6 Wpm Cnotr ............ ...... ..7 Wpra ! rudTCHURCHOrTl«I«AXAIICNE M .484111 R€T. Lyw rhtoMB. Paafevr MonrineWorship Evening Service . BsWeSJwly ... ... Youth Kclio« ship € Slpm. 7,Wpm. ;.wp.m roar CHURCH or coo 111 i Nrr.RttHtciar Sunday School ............ s:43am Churcii ................. lit 4Sam KveningSemce ...... 7-Wpm WEDNrSDAY BiWeSudy Bible Hountalwrrs wip.m. :i">pm. M E. Ct*v fti^n LfMMMrtt M. Sunday .................. S 45am. Wednesday ................. 7:tWpm. PmHt-tttOHt. JM Om 421 - Sunday School ............ ?.4iam. Morning W orship ......... llriwam. Evrninf Worship ............ 7:30 pm Tuesday Young PwpNr ..... 7 30 p m Wednesday ladies Mnsioury S:3» a m ThunyJay Prayer Meeting . . 7:Sipm F*ra»Tcr for tHe sidt I dav or nijiht i ' _ ____ VICTOR YTtJWlX PENTBCOSTALCIIf»CII OT COO ................ 4B4IH Sumlay School ............. «4Sam. Worship Service ............ ll:«am, Sunday Evening ...... .730pm Tuesday Teacher Training .... 7:W p.m Wednesday Worship Service .7:30pm iy Morning Sunday r>ening WeoWsoay Evening 10 l»« m 7'Wpm 7:»pm.
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