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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 7

Freeport, Illinois
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Friday, July 5, 1968
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Moody Bible Instructor Addresses First Bapfisf The Rev. Dr. Paul S. Haik, instructor of Bible and Greek at Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, will speak Sunday at morning and evening services at the First Baptist Church. Dr. Haik joined the Moody faculty in 1960 and is a graduate of Wheaton College, where he majored in archaeology. He received his master's degree in theology at Dallas Theological Seminary, Texas, and was granted his doctorate degree at the same seminary in 1965. Before joining the Moody staff, Dr. Haik taught at Northwestern College in Minneapolis, Minn., for nearly five years. New UM Services Services at the New United Methodist Church have been changed from 10 a.m. Sunday to 9:30 a.m. at the Masonic Temple ballroom. Guesf Speakers Guest speakers Sunday at the Evangelical Free Church will include the Rev. Irving Peterson at morning service and the Rev. Milton Witt at evening service. Boys Camp Church of the Nazarene will sponsor a boys camp, Monday morning through Friday, July 12. Registration blanks may be obtained from the Rev. James Hayes before Saturday. Picnic Dinner The Fellowship Class of Zion United Church of Christ will have a picnic dinner Sunday, immediately following church services, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Raih, Freeport Route 3. Dr. PAUL S. HAIK and will represent five churches of the United Church of Christ: Bethany and St. John of Free- ort, St. Paul of Davis, Salem ear Eleroy and Ebenezer. Rev. Calvin Franz will be the ost pastor. The Rev. Carl nasch of Davis is the advisor > the Cluster group. •irst Baptist News A Youth-A-Rama will be held onight from 6:30-9:30 p.m. a "irst Baptist Church. Young icrsons from 8-18 may attend Pioneer Girl and the Christian service Brigade will have a eadership seminar tonight a :30. The group will meet in he Rev. George Stiekes' office The Bob Jones Ensemble wil iresent a musical program Sat urday evening at 7:30 in the liurch auditorium. Summer evangelism classes vill begin Monday. It has been announced Area Churches Ridott UM News The Rev. R. E. Schwarze of reeport wil! be the guest peaker Sunday at the Ridotl United Methodist Church. Couples Fellowship Couples Fellowship, St. Paul's vangelical Church, Warren, ill have a picnic Sunday even- ng at Warren Park. Elizabeth Centennial The Elizabeth Centennia 1 Dress-Up Sunday will be held his week at the First United Methodist Church in Elizabeth Pulpit Exchange The 8:15 Sunday worship service for St. John United Church of Christ will be held at Bethany United Church of Christ with the Rev. Gustav Bloom speaking. The Rev. Mr. Bloom will also speak at the 10:45 service at St. John UCC. Union Services Beginning Sunday, Embury United Methodist and Second Presbyterian churches wil have union services at 8:30 a.m and 10:45 a.m. The services wil be held at the Second Presby terian Church during July and at Embury in August. Trinity UM~Schedule During July and August, Trin ity United Methodist Church wil have one service starting at 8:15 am. followed by Sunday schoo at 9:30 a.m. The Rev. Dean Miller, pasto: of Trinity UM, will be attendinj a pastor's seminar Sunday the Evangelical Theologica Seminary in Naperville. Th Rev. Lyall Sherred of Churcl of the Brethren will be gues speaker. Cluster Rally The Freeport Cluster Yout Rally will be held Sunday Ebenezer Church in Pearl Cit and women counselors men ar needed at the Spring V a 11 e "amp. Junior boy counselor are needed from July 8-13 and Junior High counselors from July 22-27. furnished. Committee members include Mrs. Rexford Print/ Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. James Grindey. Dakota Speaker The Rev. Martin B. Olson, director of the Northern Illinois Community Action Program, and a former associate pastor at the Westminster Presbyterian Church in Rockford, will be guest speaker at Sunday morning worship services at the Dakota Community Church. He will replace the Rev. Robert Stanton who is on vacation. Protest In Sweden WCC To Represent Youth Rock Run Parish There will be no Sunday school services in the Rock Run churches Sunday. Worship services for all churches will be Bethel UM News Youth Fellowship of Bethel United Methodist Church, Shannon, will have a swimming party Sunday from 1:30 until 3 p.m. The Tri-Hi class picnic will be held Sunday at Camp Oakdale at 6 p.m. followed by swimming until 9 p.m. Committee members announce beverages will be furnished. held at Camp Oakdale at a.m. followed by a picnic. 10 Semper Fidelis Semper Brocklin Fidelis United Class, Van Methodist Church, will meet at the Walter Mack home Sunday evening at 7 o'clock for a family picnic. Beverages will be furnished. Leaf RiveTwMA Women's Missionary Associa- River United is sponsoring tion of the Leaf Brethren Church an all-church family picnic Sunday in the Seward Forest Preserve. The share-a-dish dinner will begin at 1 p.m. Loyal Workers Members of the Loyal Workers Class, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lanark, will have their annual picnic Sunday in the home of Rexford Printz Sr. at 6:30 p.m. A beverage will be Certificate Award The Rev. Bernard J. Mullane of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Savanna was awarded a certificate of recognition for outstanding service to the Savanna Army Depot last week. Father Mullane, a native ol Rockford, came to Savanna in 1965 from St. Mary's Catholic Church, Freeport. Chadwick News Hope United Methodist Church, Chadwick, will have its annual Children's Day program Sunday at 9:30 a.m. Children from the preschool through junior departments will participate. The public is invited to attend. The Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Cotherman and LaVonne of the Hope United Methodist Church are vacationing this week. If the minister is needed, mem bers are asked to call the Rev. Tony Hawkins, assistant pastor of the church. By GEORGE BOULTWOOD Associated Press Writer UPPSALA, Sweden (AP) The World Council of Churches assembly has formed a committee to study ways to give youth more representation in meetings and conferences. The action was taken by assembly delegates Thursday following a minor protest incident. Two youths picketed with a placard reading "silence" and were chased away by police. Another youth climbed a lamp post and was hauled down by watchful officers. The young )eople were apparently protest- ng lack of representation at the assembly. Wide Representation Although the council has arranged for 150 church youths to attend they have no voting rights. With Roman Catholic observ ers attending for the first time the council assembly is the mos widely representative gathering of Christians in history. It em braces 222 Protestant, Eastern Orthodox, Anglican and nation al Catholic denominations tha have more than 350 million members in 80 nations. The assembly opened with posthumous plea for fulfillmen of ecumenical efforts, containe n a 2,000-word unfinished repor by the late Rev. Dr. Frankli Clark Fry. Rev. Fry died June 6 after 14 years as head of the WCC. Problems In Relations The report said improved re- ations between the council and he Roman Catholic Church ere the "overtowering event" f the last seven years. But it conceded that "thorny roblems" had been encoun- ered in relations between the ouncil and Roman Catholics. 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