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a MOtnmWMKAMUl TtMK, urch News '.:^SK?»"* W»» W** 4, ^ Vs VV V? Iptf nbcrg To Inaugurate Itrmen's Theological School ·T- ·: -^i--.w-4, .. ,,, · l~f · ^·Believed to be the flrit program ·«-itt kind In American rellfldui Jiiitory, i School of Theology for · Laymen will be inaugurated In ·Wittenberg College in Springfield Ohio; on April IB. ·· ; L«ymen who are leaders or · potential leaden in church work -will give theological and practical training designed 16 make : tnMt effective churchmen and to '.prepare them for Increased re- fpohtibfflty 'In congregational ari- mlnlslratldn, .. stewardship and evangelism. The new program raprrscntf t'hc flr.n. of several flops Wittenberg .expects :to take In 'ah effort to _ex«rt ». stronger influence for ·Christian living in America. Its -board of directors has launched a year-long study to determine additional steps. ; The school for laymen will be eoriductcd by Hamma Divinltv School, Wittenberg's graduate theological seminary, under the. Hiredloh' of Us dean, Dr. E. E. Flack, -Cooperating In the pro-grim will be the Lutheran Lay- rneh'j Movement for Stewardship. K'h'itlonal agency of lay leaders responsible for the stewardship ·program of the United Lutheran Church in America, 1 Clastei for Ihe new school will be conducted on Saturdays, with four elBht-werk terms to be held during each school year in the future. Enrollment will be l i m i t ed to about 30 person.' each term. The classes will Include Blbllra studies, basic Christian beliefs, psychbtogirnl problems for laymen, church history nntl practical church work, taught by fnculty members of the seminary ami history, philosophy, sociology and education, Inugh'i by teacher* from .he college. "Throughout our American churched," -Wittenberg* president, Dr.. Clarence C. Slough-ton said, In commenting on the new prncrnm, "there has always been a lamentable lack o( means for laymen methods of putting that fai'th to work. "The Church's tusk, particularly In this day, Is too big a job for the clergy alone, no matter how able anrl how consecrated thev m a v be,"- he continued. "No confirmation or church body can be f u l l y effective without active, intelligent, consecrated lay workers. We 10ft this new school will provide a training ground fnr a few such Presbyterians To Have Service Cross Of Rowers The Sacrament of infant Fisp. mm will bo ndmlnisterpd to a number of children M the Eastor Mornlnc Service of the Crntra f'rcsb.vtcrlnn Church, 10:50 a.m The Ea.iter»Rc to be slveri by 1 ho Easter mefsngc lo be Riven ficnmlall". The chancel choir wil find the uhcirui."Worthy Is The I-;imb"'from the Messf.ih by Handel, nnrl M|SK ElBlo Bell will sinjf lor Ihc cjffcrlorv "I Know Thai My nedr-emer l.iveth" also from Handel'* Messiah. Mr. Osbornc will play "Golgaiha" and "Ea«tm- Morning" by Mailing; for the nrolurlc and "Hnsannah" by Du- lfi for 'ho poslludc. Bui-Ing the Church Schnul hour nil (lepnrtmcnls will mciH in the ·wncluary for the children's special irutrr service of the Cross of Flowers; fj?.!?bby Engler anVJ El. vnod -Whitchureh' will lead the vorshljramt the pastor will give i . children's sermon^ 'The Senior ay 'leaders, training which other facilities alone can not upply." Himself one of American Luth- ranlsrn's outstanding laymen, Dr. i t n u s h t n n became the first lay resident of Wittenberg in 1040 ftcr five years as director of the ,CA's stewardship program. Last ummcr he was the only layman moriK four American churchmen 'ho represented the . National uthcran Council at a series of six iicolosrical conference-workshops n Knsland, France, Germany and ' uslria. Department will provid* the choir. Th« special feature of the) itrvte* will be the formation of jh« erogi of flower.. A white ero»i three Met Ugh will be i n the ten- tec of the chancel itcpi. Each member of the church school, children to adults, will bring one flower to put on the cross. A cross of flowers with every color of the rainbow is thus formed to symbolize the triumph over death and the new life that is brought to mankind by the death and resurrection of Christ. Next Wednesday night at 6:30 o'clock in the church basement, a congregational dinner and meeting will .be held for members and friendi of the church. Following the (tinner the congregation will decide on the quota it will accept in th* 112,000,000 campaign the Presbyterian Church, USA. is conducting from now until June JO, 19S4. This money is to be used for building new churches and reequipping the nine Presbyterian seminaries that have completely outgrown their facilities. From the hundreds of new communities that have grown up across the .country in the last 10 years over ,100 requests have come for help to build Presbyterian Churches. The ordinary funds for this purpose have leen exhausted. There will be $7,500,000 of the funds from this Irivc to go for building new churches and $4.500,000 for new West Fork Church Plans Special Service West Fork-(Spccial)-The West Fork Christian Church will present an Easter service tomorrow beginning at 10 a. m. and continuing through the worship hour The theme, "What Will You Do With Jesus?" will be featured throughout the service. A flannel- ! graph presented by Mildred j Karnes will illustrate the meaning of Easter by picturing the following, scenes: The Prayer and Betrayal in the Garden; The Trial before Pilate; The Crucifixion; The Post-resurrection to Two Friends and to The Eleven; and i. The Ascension. Scripture narrators will Include Anna Hudson, Nellie Corbin, Luxter Walker, Ola Walker, Mrs. Bill Hart, Florence Wlnn, Opal Walker, Kate Smith, Stella Thomas, and Beulah Baylew. Poems rtress- Ing the theme will be given by Wanda Karnes, Glenda Mahoney Jeannette Walker, Donald Karnes Ted Doke, Keith Stewart, Hex Smith, and Keren Patrick. Will Bring Message At Sunrise Service Miss Zola Mae Karnes and Mrs Lillian A. Garnett are in chari the with " 1 ·ft A recently made movie, "Wings' the Word," on the missionary vork in the interior of Brazil, bent; done by means of airplane, vill also be shown at the congre- lational meeting. Central Presby- erlan Church helps to support he Hev. Mr. and Mrs. James Wright at Ponte Nova, Brazil, as veil as supporting the overall work of the church in 33 foreign countries on five continents. Select From this List the Church of Your Choice... Then Attend Announcements ,,. ·APTUT WALTER j, JOHNSON. raew» " " · 1:30 a. m Bundat itcnool ,UU a. m. Morning Worship *»J P m Bapiiit Training Union »:*! f, m. Evening Wanlrli **fr'«j»»yTM«*i» ,-·· is i m Church fxhewt ...ijieMrvlc* of .the) Croat at Flow*p" ;ip-sg a. .m, Morning Of Sacrament ol Baptism _tmorf Solo: "\ Know Th«t My MMMtner Llvaih"-- Meiitui " ' ,:»«rmon; "Qot'f SnuttU" 4:K p. m. Hlth School Wcstmln- ·Mr r«l!o*ihlp 101 Caster Worfnl. :· v Anthem: I'for The gaguly ef tin Earth"--Xdctutr-Davli ·i. .»..·__,, .. o ,,,,,,, jn M "_(i,|||, by : "Three Trium«h« of Easur" · m Junj,r/,jio»iii, Counod UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP | Game, room student Union n a. m. ROCK STREET N. T. CHURCH (CENTRAL CHRISTIAN) '··«U HUCKEI.BUR1. l-astot 40! Weal Rock Street »:« a. m. intMay Icnool 10:n a. nt lllkle K^mmi 11:00-a.-rn Worship game* Communion Sermon ' ' ' · " " ·:4J It m.--outh Meeting -d^mtuft *"""·""'« «""« Noting * "' *«««"r-Pr.y.r TrinVciaai *"""""'""'· *""·*" ' *" 1 ' 0 l '«**'«m~ BT. rAULt CFUCOPAL «*ARIVi J UNDLOrr. ftKUr ·.EaiUt fundly . I|:M « m ncjljr C(MkRninm ",;. »* « . m.,r*mUr Ivvw* a. m. Holy Communion aaa ' '' CCNTRAL METHODIST ~ i~L DYKJM. in. nutcr i a. IT. college student Cetlee Sundsi School HorniM w«r*u« 'In the Inn ef tke gab- Alfred Htlheock ·Int Hed«*nier'v-Oounod O'Malto* and J a c k J*rm6n: D. L. Dyke*,'Jr. ·titt »v_m Weiley raiihi if * », m. Vouth Croupi 7:30 Pn rn Evening lerylca"TM Anthem:. "King AlKoiorimii"--Dan Sololll: Mary Ann Grolher Sermon: The R«v. Javsndnd Isudot Cbuwhan. Beroda:, India Broldeast ·v«r KGRH i ,,- -«.ii. -- TMt NAZARENE 3. O. CpROr.LL. Pastor South Locust Stree ·£*,,. »:4J a. m: funday He ll:»y a. m Morning Worship ·:* p. m. N. V. t. S. Prayer Meet- «:« p m N. Y. P. s. Program ·:« p. m Adult Prayer Band ·JiS p . m '»««g«l|eifc Service WWneMiy. J:l« p. m., Prayer Meat- TrnurKlaj', »:0o p. m., Visitation ·railtt Fotft Communiir Church rtiSlt *"*""* '"* ·· m R ' v Dt " n ..Second Sunday 11:00 a. m. Rev, D. lEHOVAH'S W.TNFKSBS 3rd floor fled Cross Drug Bldf Wednesday. 7:30 p m Book Study. rrld«y. 7:30 p m Service meedni .. Theocratic Milt . Friday. R:45 p m. islry School Sunclfly. 3:00 p. Study m.. Wetchtower SECOND BilPTIST N .V DRAKE. Paster Mi a m Sunday t* 10:49 a m Morning Worship 7:00 p m Evening Worship Wednesday. H p m Prayer Service WEST FORK ASSEMBLY OF GOD BI1ANHAM and STEELE. Pallors 9:43 a. m. Sunday School 11:00 Morning Worship «:.lo p. m. Christ Ambassada Service «:30 p. m. Junior C. A. Service 7:.10 p. m. Ev.ingelistlc Service Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.--Prtye Meeting and Bible Study BHENTWOOD COMMUNITY CHURCH Pa»lur«-Rcv. Otho TncKett and Rev Rex Morgan 10:00 a m. Sunday School 11:00 a. m Sermon 7:.1Q p. m Evening Servlet 8:00 p ni. Friday night. Bible study and prayer meeting . lunAjr: 11:00 «. m -Rev. V. , I'anor lfj» a m Sundix Ichool 11:00 a. m. and 7:W p m. Pre.chlni Service, on fturih «nS filth Sundiy" CWMMHLAMD MlCTBYTEHIAM BILL BARNES, I'.itur *07 Douaiaii Street l:« a. m Sundiy School. »:00 l ' FIRST CHltllTlAM ·OBEMT MOrrtTT. ' ·:«* SundAy. school J-.M a. m. Easter Sunrise Worship arid Bsptlimm service s:42- a-.-m. Buntlay -Bcheol 'Convocation · . . , · · · · , 10:00 a. m. Sunday. .School Clanei 10:50 a. m Morning Wrmhip »..Sjarmiin: -To Behold the Glory" jr,SM p. in. O. S. r. · ""*»:· p m Chrisnan VouUI' fello*- 4*llp and Chi Rho Fellowship . ·f ·1, JOHN'S LUTHEitAH Arkansaa and Dickson Tel Ml or 912 FREDERICK GUMZ. Paslor ^*g;50 a m 3unaa SvnouJ 10:30 a. m Nursery opens 10:43 a m Sunday Vtorshlp Sermon: "Thank Heaven. We Have I Uvlng God" Anthtrn: "All Creation Slnas"--Bach wrtr rbiti BAPTIST H H REED. P. not Ml a m aunday school. 11:00 a. m Mornlno Worthlu «:SO p m B.1DIKI Training Union 1:30 t. m. (vrnlni Worship ·h BCTHZL ·APTIST CHURC.V ROV W RKO. |.,,, or . ·* *3I Mission Street »:« a m SiinrKy School 11:00 a - m Mnrmni* Worship ·:30.». m Ttllnlnl Union T:30 p m. Evenlna Service Hldweeli Pray" service-- Wednes- . p. m. Esstcr Eg_ ,, uldren at Harmon Playfleld Sln|s"-I IB Hunt for f" fWST CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST ^t:30 a. m Sunday School ,11:00 a m Sunday Service 11:0.1 'otnmunlon Prt-uchlni ARNOLD SIMPSON, Pastor South Church and Third 8trt*ta »:4S n. m. Church School 11-00 a. m Morning Worship Jiao p m. Youth Fellowship 7:10 p. m Evening Worship WEST FORK CHRISTIAN JOHN ASI1ELL. Minister a. m Church School m Morning Worship and every firti and third -«. JOHNSON CHURCH Of CHRIST HILL K SMITH. Minister ""'"·' 10:00 n m Illhlo Study 10:50 n m Worship Service «:.'lo p. m. young People's Classes 7:30 p ni Worsfilp Service Pr»ycr Mcellng Wednesday at 7:30 p m. SON'S CHAPEL s MILES F.AST ON HIGHWAY i l):30 ». m Sunday School Suotsrlntendenl--Turner Brown Auxiliary every loUrtli Monday 1:00 p m. Sunday Radio r«:iS "p "fn. KORH ·4-offram fwidnemay. 7:45 p m.. meellni wadlnff Room In church open each ft except Sunday and holidays. OHEEHLAND CHUhCH OF CHRIST OH IS GALYER. Mihistel .110:00 m m Chuich school 11:00 a m Scrr.ior, -11.45 a m Communion sjervlce !. t:JO » m Scnj Service and «iaie ·Judy ft. JOSCM S CATHOLIC fTHM EDWARD II MALOY. Paitor "Sunday Masses 800 and 10.00 a m ^Thursday, 7:JO p. m Noveni Masses. Oevotlc-nl Xftrttsaajr Mass, Monday ihroua-h Kriday. 7 fSfturdaj Mass, T;W1 a m. -First rrlday Mass, Ma) a. aa. t first Saturday aUss 7 « a it iContesslons: 7:00 to 1:00 p m and siTora all Mtssel CENTRAL »APTISi JACK DEAN Pallor 1:45 · m Sundew Sfhoot. ·o-so H. m Morning worship. 7:00 p m Baptist Training Course 1:00 p m Ewnlni Worship 8 00 p. m Wxtnesday. Prtytr ier- vtot. FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE TOMMY GIBBS Pastor 10.00 a m Sunday School. 11:00 a m Preaching 7:11 p m. Evangtllsflc service Wednesday. t:3o p m Mldw FARMINQTON BAPTIST D M. KHKIS. Prtsior 10.00 n m Sumla Sohnol 11:00 n m Morning Worship B:JO p m Baptist Training Union »:30 p m. Evanacllsllc Service Wednesday 7:30 p. in. Prayer Mee ing. FARMINGTON METHODIST A _ RIGGS. Pustor lo.wi H m Sunday schoo: 11:00 a m. and 7:30 p m Preachln service on first. Second and Tnlr Hunuays ASfEMlLT LINCOLN BAPTIST CHURCH JESSE C COLEMAN. Pastor 10:00 a. m Sunday School 11:00 a m M^rninc. Worship «:3o p m. Tralnini Union 7:30 p m Evening Worship CALVARY TABEHHACLE .IK Cast south Street BERYL E BETH, Pastor 10:00 a. m. Mornini Service Prays?.- " ""' °" lv "' nee Messafe and 7:« p. m. Evan«elistir services Servfces" "" ttdn « d "' Tarrying Service " " 3 " la " " : Testimonial + WEST FORK PHESBYTEHIAN DOUGLAS BREWER Paslo- rirs! A.. TCI* tmWi Sunflny School 9:30 a m Eveninj Worship 7..10 p m »» ..«« Aitet reurtl, «u!ii?a»r Mornini Wonhip 9:30 a m Sunday School 10:30 a rn Eveninj Worship 7:30 p. m. Writ Presbyterian Church The meeting of Circle ,,... which was scheduled for April 14, has been postponed until April 21 when it will meet at t p. m., in the home of Mrs. James Pomfret, Shrewberry Road, Mt. Sequoyah. Circle two will meet with Mrs. Sam Allen, ig Trenton, Monday at 1:30 p. m. Circle three will meet Monday at 1:30 p. m., in the home of Mrs C. K. McClelland, 1200 North Vandcventer. Central Methodist Church W.S.C.S. Circles of Central Methodist will meet Monday as follows: Circle one, Mrs. W. F. Cooley, 185 Register For State Student Conference Here A total of 185 students from Arkansas colleges have register! for the Arkansas Mcthodirt Sti dent Movement Conference to L held here next week-end. Of th number about 130 are fro schools other than the Universil Th U. A. Wesley Foundatio Methodist Mudtr.t srroup, is hr to the conference. Tlio .*essioi will be held, at t h - Cenlr Metholiot Church, on the M-mn Sequoyah Assembly, and on th U. A. rampus. The ccnferen opens Friday afternoon and close with church services Sunda morning, April 20. Allan Brockway will be the guest speaker and will bring; the., message entitled "Living Today," a t j the Easter Sunrise Service, spo sored by the U.C.Y.M. Counc The service will be conducted the morning »t 8:30 o'clock at M Sequoyah. Brockway is a gfa uate of Fayetteville High Schoc and is now in pre-mlnigterial wor at Hendrix College. He Is the so of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Brockwa of Green Acres. A group from th St. James Methodist and Bapti Church will sing "Were Yo There" and Nancy Chamblee wl be the organist. Elizabeth Briden stine is in charge of the service. c o m Mornlnf worship und«y-Rev. Virgil Erwln . p. m. Worshto Servlcw. E^TETHI. Pastor 10:45 a. m. Morning I'M t. m. Usatlit 1 7:30 p. m. Evening Wednesday 7:30 n m lervice. ' Union ^fid-week ·;«·· m . faster Sunday gclt-el. ng. CALVART leetlng CHURCH « : Sn "· m MOTn| nS Worship 5 TM n m Trninlnit Service 7-.10 p m. Eveninj Worship e - . . Wednesday at 7.-.TO ervlco and Bible Stud; p m. Prayer rrld r s«rv ay, 7:3o p m PYPA Servi-*«. r CHURCH OF CHRIST ·JWD McCLUNO, Minister Weal Onter ana Norm loeiall »U a m BlbJe study. "~ a m Morntnf Worship p. m. Claettv m S" 0 "' 1 '? Servlct ffl., Wednesday. Ladles Bible · :» f, m Wednesday. P r a y e r »|MtlB .M Bible itudi lor ill ales BLACK OAK BAPTIST HOWARD "pniCHARU Tsutbr 10:W · m Sunday ttchpol ; 11:00 a m Prftjichinii Service 7;M p m Training Union R-00 p m Prenrhmi Servion Thuriridy 7 .10 p m Priyer mealing + G08HCN METHODIST S M. VANCEY, Pastor 1000 · m Muntlay School, * 11.00 · m Mornini Worship 7:00 p m Evert Inc Wonnlp KAYETTEVILLE BIBoE MIS31OH wo ni;ocK SOUTH cuLLtut lnt»rd«nomln,,iional HOMER MOUTTET. Pannr SAAtUEL e BSUCK, Pastor 10:00 n. m Sunday School ll:ra n in Sermon 7.-.10 p. m. Evansellstta Service luesrtay. Young People's C A vires. 7:.lo n m Frirtny. I'rayir Service. 7 5 p a PARKSDALE BAPTIST H K N N K I t UAVI. l:i»lnr AHLKN MOSTEI.LAn. Asistnnl I'BSto 10:00 ,1 m Sunday School 7:30 p m Evangelistic McHsage wcdncsrlay 7:30 p. m Prayer Meet m. People »;« · ILlft) a m Murnlng Worship ' 4-15 n m Young rrortlel Sfr\-lces 7 00 p ni Evangelistic Service. Junior Choir u-hl meet Salurtlny at J p. m Wednesday. 7:30 p m.. Prnyer Meet- Ing SUGAR MOUNTAIN BAPTIST R E E MORGAN. Paitnr ARLU: MOSTn.LER, Assl.tiinl I'nslor m Sunday. School Weiii p m. Friday. 7:30 p. meeting. . MO P m RvAnieliitlc edn«td«y prayer meetlnf »t 7.30 HIGHLAND COMMUNITY J0.» i m Sunday l.chixu ):ll a m Morning Worship -~ night, .1:10 p. m. Prayer WALNUT QROVE COMMUNITY JOHNSON BAPTIST CHURCH E M UXiUE. I:,»lor 10 00 n m Sunday School 11:00 a m Worship Services ·7.00 p m Trnlnlnc Union s-oo p m F.venmg Service Wednesday. 7:30 p m . Prayer Meeting SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST .17 SOUTH MTKEH- SATllnUAV IO:IIO a m Suhbath School U 00 « m Church Service Tuesday, 7..10 p m Prayer meeting SALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST W n SHAfll'. Pastor nix MilMi northwest · 10 00 a m Sunday Scliool 11.00 a in Mornlns Worship 7:30 p m r.vening Worship Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. P r a y e Meeting CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS JAMf.n FLETCHER. Elder Studenl Union nine Konm 10:30 a m Sunday School. Corner Duncan and Stone ii?'T J; m , Suntl "y School S? r ' , .°,r nln ' Worsnlp JTaS S/"'"'"" Hoh."Sp?, :lr " rive 9 "" A ""»' The Wednesnay. 9 p ,,,.. P ra . v e r Service FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD DONALD WALKER. Pastor »:« n m Sunday School. 11:00 a m Preaching. « 00 p m V. p. ciali. 7:30 p m Evangelistic Services ':30 p m Trlday. Bible atudy 7:30 p m. Tuesday. C. A. airvlc OAKLAND BAPTIST 211) East Maple Street, 2 p. m.; Circle three, Mrs. H. L. Utley 419 North Walnut AvSnue, 1:30 p.' m.; Circle five, Mrs. Alfred Hatch- i-ock, 400 North Washington Avenue, 2, p. m.; Circle six, Mrs. Sam McNair 333 Adams Street. 1:30 p. m.; Circle seven, Mrs. Dave Collins. 280 Ma Strc?t, 1:30 p. m.j Circle eight, Mrs. M. E. Barker, 334 Fairview, 1:30 p. m.; Circle nine, Mrs. Clifton Wade, 501 Forrest Avenue. 1:30 p. m.; Circle 10, Mrs. o. O. Sullivan, 201 Waston, 2 p. m.; Circle 11, Mrs. George Baker 45fi York, 1:30 p. m.;; Circle four will meet Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. with Mrs. Charles Dodd at 144 California Drive. It. Paul's Episcopal church The Rev. Marius .1. Lindloff will have the radio devotions over KGRH, next week. The Woman's General Auxiliary of St. Paul's Episcopal Church will have luncheon meeting at 1 p. m. Monday at the Parish' House'. Hostesses will be Mrs. Leonard Grfenhaw, chairman, Mrs. Lyle Bryan, Mrs. A. B. Burdlck, Mrs. Julie Perry, Mrs. R. G. Pickard, and Mrs. Helen Albright. The program leader will be Mrs. Bank! Newburn. Laymans League of St. Paul's Church w i l l have a dinner meeting Tuesday at fi:30 p. m. at the Parish House. Members of Stc. Teresa's Chapter will be hostesses, and Dr. W. W. Grlgorlcff will speak on "The applimtinn of atomic energy to commercial use." The Altar Guild will meet Wednesday at 10:30 a. m. in the Guild Room of St. Paul's Church. Dr. Pence Warns U. N. Is Not God Dr. Owen E. Pence, Secretai or International Affairs of th Vorld Alliance of Young Men' ,'hrisfian Association, addressei n enlarged meeting of the Gen ra! Committee of the Central De- artment of Research and Survej f the National Council of Churches, in New York City, on March 31. Dr. Pence, liaison man for the Y.M.C.A. with the United Nations took a leading part in the work of the voluntary agencies at the Paris meeting. He has just re turned to the United States after being- away for eight months. He i tnld the churchmen that "The j United Nations is not God, and ' we should not be disappointed to disco\ei that it IK neither omniscient nor omnipotent. It is also 60 nations, with all the problems of reaching agreements which this implies." He said he feared the United States was nearer to "fundamental isolationism "than it had been since the end of World War I, and that mtn's minds were occupied with "the immediate rather than the ultimate" and the "familiar rather than the urgent." Dr. Pence called for processes of education DK. MeFHEKSON Dr. N. C. McPherson, pastor of St. John's Methodist Church, Memphis, Tenn.. will he the plat- 'orm speaker. Dr. MV-Pherson, a iraduate of Emory University and Northwestern University, has aught at Garret! Biblical Instl-i ute and Perkins School ' of Other conference activities will In. cluHe a panel discussion ort "Prob- Icmr Facing MSM Groupt," business sessions, and a banquet Saturday night in Wesley Hall at the cnurch, f.-aturing entertainment by the various colleges. Wesley I'laycrs will close the Saturday activities with a presentation of the Cathedral," (.ne-act play. New ststs MSM officers will be installed at church services Sunday morning. Delegates to the conference will be housed in private homes. Passion Week Pageant Planned At West Fork West Fork-(SpeciaI)-The West Tork community plans to again. iponsor an Easter Pageant. This s the third year for the sunrise ervice which will be presented n the West Fork school gym- iasium at 6:30 a. m., tomorrow, 'he following scenes of Passion Vcek will be depicted: The Pray- r in the Garden, The Denial by 'etcr. The Trial before Pilate, 'he Crucifixion, The Burial, and le Resurrection. The following.characters will be orlrayed: narrator, Buell Woods; ssistant narrator, Pauline Steele; esus, J. W. Walker; John. Paul urlis; Peter, Jona Cantrell; Juas, Ray Reed; Pilate, Dean arker; Mary, mother of Jesus, lary Ruth Branham; Mary, wife ' Cleophas, I^tha Johns; Mary 'agdalene, Pauline Morgan; The ther Mary, Opal Walker; Sa- ' me, Stella Thomas; Simon of Cyrene, Douglas rewer; Nlcodemus, Gus Clifton; seph of Arimathea, George ·ceze; Centurion, Jim Williams; amsel at door, Louise Smith; "How Dark is the Future?" will J the topic of Dr. McPlierfon's irst address Friday at 8 p. m., n the sanctuary of Central hurch. Saiurtlay at 11:13 a. m., e w i l l spe:ik in the saiictudry on :jvint» to Exi-esf," will talk on Lookins for Grten Pastures." He v. !P t p i o k on 'Tower of a urpose" for the Sunday morning ervices of Central Church, April 0. The public is invited to all " McPher.ton's talks. Three UA faculty members will ppear in workshop interest oups during the conference. Dr oytl C. ShafBr of the history de- rtment will lead discussion on Christianity and Its Relation to eace." Franz Adler, associate professor sociology, will talk and lead discussion on "Dating in College " whi^i would bring the Individual I and a member of the Razorbac'k "heological at SMU. He was a 'Pilate's wife's maid, Judy Winn; delegate to the Eighth Methodist i Two an «e ! ». Ted Doke and Keith Scumenical Conference in Oxford stew »rt; England, in August, 1951. Two malefactors, W. E. Phi! citizen to the point where his judgments on world matters would be both intelligent and vocal. Opinions, he said-, .must be built rn facts--rot headlines which give only a p a i l i a l picture. Christians, emchafized, "must live and plan among contemporaries hut always \vith an awareness of ultimate v;,!i:es." 1. R lo.pil a m Sunday" School. 11:00 a m Morning Wortnin. 7:30 p m BYPTC 8:30 p m Evening WorsniD n Wedne S day. 7:30 p m Prayer meet. PROVIDENCE BAPTIST WALTER JESSER. Pastor ,,,« iHighwk.v 14 Watt) 000 a m Sunday School. 1100 a m Mornini Worsnlp. 6:30 p rn Training Union J." 1 " P . m Evan«ell3llc Service Wednesday Prayer Meeting. 7:.1o m. Friday. Youlh Minlcal Progr.m. 7 · m. UREENLAND COMMUNITY HOB CORNELIUS. Pastor »:» a m Sunna.% Scnool 11:00 a ni Mornlns Worshli. Thursday 7.30 p m.. midweek si tes led By the Rev Jack Taylor .POSTOLIC FAITH CHURCH 'E01.A MOORE. Pos-or llghway 71 South 10:00 a m Sunday School 11:00 i m Morning Servire .-30 p m Evangelistic Servle* Wednesday. 7:38 p m , Mid wee T. JAMES BAPTIST w WEBII Pastor · a m Sunday School M:.iO a m Mornlnl Worship . J:JJ p Yo ornlnl ung Peo ples meeting 1:00 p m Evangelistic Service T. JAMES METHODIST I. BUCHANAN Pastor ·:« a m Sunday School II 00 a m Morning Worship « 45 p m Youth fellowship '··CO p m Nigh! Rented ·Ozork Cleaners w . Gas Electric Co. ·Vicker'i, Inc. Central Presbyterian Church Circle five of Central Presbyterian Church w i l l meet with Mrs. O. C. George, 811 North Highland Avenue, Tueslay at 7:30 p. m., The program will be in charge of Miss Etha .Tohnson anrt Miss Helen Graham will have the devotional. First Assembly of Odd Church The First Assembly of God Church will have special Easter services w i t h a sunrise devotional service at (! o'clock In the morning anrt a special Easter program at 11 o'clock followed by a memorial service. Wrntan Church Special Easter services will be held tomorrow at the Wyman Church. Sunday School will begin at 10 a. m., followed by church services, dinner and an rug hunt in the afternoon. The public is invited. Kingdom Hall O. \V. Mickey, representative of the Watchtowcr Society, will give a public address on "What Docs Ood Require of You?" tomorrow | afternoon at 2 o'clock in Kingdom I Hall, third floor of the Red Crosi Hulldlng. Immonuel Baptists Purchase Property The Immanuel Baptist Church has purchased adjojining property, located south of the church on Duncan Street. This will be used et the present time for parking and as a f u t u r e building site. The pioperty was purchased from Lowell Garrienhire. coaching staff will discuss "The Hoii? of Cohege Athletics." All discussions will take place at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon Phillips and Nealie Fine; Chief Priests, Marvin Morgan. Howard Fisk, and Vol Davis; Jews, Earl Walker, Henry Johns, Woody Fotchman, and N i c k Johnson; Servants around fire, Calvin Stockburger, Lee Smith, Arville Webb, Harmon Stewart, and Roy Sharp; Soldiers, Walter Doke. Boyd Deaton, Doyle Baker, T. L. McKnight, Isaac Caudle, Jr., and Jim McKnight; Crowd. Steve Eemrson, Mary I Emma Phillips, Katherine Caudle, Ernest Stockburger, Rex Smith, George Stockburger, Vera Colthar, Maxine Peters, Opal Anderson, Kent Flsk, Earl Fotchman, Dean Deaton, Earline Walker, Oneita Walker, Beverly Woods, Helen Freeze, Georgsnn Freeze, Nelle Cantrell, and Joyce Cantrell. Mrs.-Lillian C. Woods is director of the pageant, assisted by Mrs. Margaret Simpson as music supervisor, with Mrs. Norent He«d at the organ. %« f ---.-. ..uun »ovp mp WIU Mount Senuoj ah Assembly. Ibe Times «p wit* Ik* The LUTHERAN CHURCH Invites You FOR EASTER 10:45 Unitarian Fellnw.hlp An Easter sermon, "The Majesty nf Death and The Meaning of Life" will ho read before member* nf the Unitarian Fellowship tomorrow. Meetings arc held in the G»m! Room of the S t u d e n t , Union and begin at 11 n. m. There I will be special Easter music «nd Easier observance will be stressed In the church school which convenes In three grades at the same time as the ndult services, Mrs. Boyrl C, Sharer is In charge of the church school. Ralph C. Barnhart l.« prtMdent of the loc»l fellowship and Hftrolrt D, Hand directs the iroframi, SINGER FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CORNER COLLEGE AND DICKSON r°, WALTER L. JOHNSON, Pastor Revival Services Begin Sunday and Extend Through April 23 SERVICES TWICE DAILY EVANGELIST 7:00. a.m. ""^m 7:30 p.m. " ^ "The Glory Alter the Resurrection'' Sermon by the Pastor Morning Worship Hour 10:55 (Broadcast over station KGRH) SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 EVENING WORSHIP HOUR 7:30 Sermon by Rev. Milton DuPriest TRAINING UNION 6:t5 THROUGH THE WEEK THE SONG SERVICES WILL BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 7:00 a.m. AND 7:30 p.m. EACH DAY The Nursery Will Be Open at All Services The Public Is Cordially Invited Rev. Milton DuPriest Mr. Fred Ellerbe

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