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I0 ROYAL CEITrRE RECORD THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1970 Center C0rncr OF TI CENTER PI..YTF. AN CHURCH Scripture letmont,. Luke I I :I-5 and Romans 12:1 3 Sermon: "How to Talk to God". Tezt: And it came to pass, that, st he was praying in a certain place, when he ceased, one of his disciples said unto him, ord teach us to pray. Mr. Polstra will he bringing a series of sermons on "The Lord's Prayer". Next Sunday, June 14, the wo- men of the church will have LUCERNE ZION METHODIST CHURCH Roy. Ken Suetterlin, minister Charles Watson, S.S. Supt. Worship Service every uaday St e:oo am Sunday School at 9:S0 &.m. BA PTIST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Bible School Supt., Conrad Funk Morning worship service 9:30 Nursery & Children's church 9:30 Bible School 10:30 a.m. Evening Evangelistic Service 7:00 p.m. Senior Youth Fellowship, Thursday 7:00 p.m. Adult Choir, Thursday 7:30 p.m. Junior Youth Fellowship, Saturday 1:00 p.m. First Mission Circle, first Tuesday of each month. Auxiliary Mission Circle, third Wednesday of each month. Supporting missionaries, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Perrine. F.ast Pak- instan. SHILOH CONG. CHRISTIAN CHURCH lacy. C. ELll0tt Gardner, Psstor Merle Nice, S. S. Supt. Church So, Loot 9:30 &.m. Preaching each nd and 4th Sunday morning and even|l Missionary Society meets the third Tuesday of each month. " WEST UNION METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Ron Covey, Pastor Disk Punk, S.S. SuPt. Lee Sommers, Treas. 3unSay School st 9:30 A.M. "Worship Service every Sunday at +I0:30 A.M. Woten's Society of Christian Service will meet I st Thursday o| each month at ! :30 p.m. WHITE OAK UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor: George Htettar Hershel Lee Moss, S.S. Supt. Sunday School I 0:00 Church Services 10:55 Woman's Society [ Christian Ser- vice tat Wednes&.y of each month at 1:30 p.m. M,Y.F. second and fourth Sunday evenings at 6:30 p.m. LUCERNE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Gene Sellers. Minilter R. G. ree, Superintenden Sunday school at I 0:00 Bible School 9:30 ,Worship Serrlce 10:31 Board meettng Ist Sunday evening at 7:30. Dorcas ttrcle nd. Wednehty Come Jolu Ut Class 8rd. Sunday Jr. C.E. each Friday $:30 p,m. r. C. F.. 4th Sunday 7:30 p,m. charge of the worship service in the absence of Mr. Pol,tra. June 16 Center Missionary So- ciety and Ladies Aid will have a picnic at Rea Park in Royal Centre. A covered dish dinner at noon. Visitors are welcome. O Our prayers for those who are ill and in hospitals. 13 May God's blessings be upon those who sorrow. [3 Bible School was concluded Fri day at Lake CLouts School, A good report was given with a good at- tendance. [] The youth group of the church will meet next Sunday afternoon at the church. ANNOUNCEMENTS INDIAN CREEK CHRISTIAN CHURCH Gene Sellers. Lucerne, Ind., minis- ter Supt. - Richard Crlmmins Ass't. Supt. - Elmer Herd Worship Service 9:15 a.m. to 10:1 a.m. on 2nd and 4th Sundays Sunday School 10:15 a.m. to It:00 a.m. C. E.. 4th Sunday. 7:30 pm. C.W.r, 1st Tharlay, 1:1 p.. CROOKED CREEK CHURCH trey, C. Elliot Gardner, Pastor Bill Farrer, Sunday School Supt. Richard Oswalt, Asst. 5,5. Supt, Steve Kistler' Asst. S.5, Supt. 5th Sunday Worship service 9:30 a.m. every Sunday except 5th Sunday. Sunday school 10:30. Youth have charge of the worship service first Sunday of each month Women's FellowsMp, 4th Wednes- day each month. Bible Study class, 3rd Wednesday each month at 7:00 p.m. Everyone welcome. POST MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN 500 N -- 20 W R.R. 1, sport. Pastor, Dan Blgp Herbert Hanna, S.S. Supt. Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. Sulay School 10:30 a.m. THORNHOPE PILGRIM HOLINESS CHURCH Ray. Judy Lush, Pastor William Hoover, S.S. Supt. 8unds0r School a 9:30 Morning Worship 10:46 aJa. Youth Service 6:30 p.m. Evening service 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Prayer Meeting W- nesday at 7:30 p.m. CENTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Carl Polstra, Psmor S.S. Supt. Doug MaKes Asia. Supt. Robert Gray Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. dhureh worship IO:N PISGAH CHURCH Roy. ImJtld Lweilen, Min/ster S. S. Supt., Charlie Young SundAy school 9:30 a.m. Ohureh serve 10:30 am. BELL CENTER CHURCH James H. Gardner, Pastor unday School at 9:|0 a.I. Douglas Hugging, S.S. Supt. Morning Worship at 10:30 evening worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting and choir prac. tics Wednelay 7.30 p.m. Ladies Bible Study fat Wednuday of each month at I:S0 p.m. Club Meets At Community Center Hears France Visitor The Town & Country Young Adults met June 3 at the 4-H Community Center for their month- ly meeting. Meeting was called to order by Kay Garrison. Devotions entitled "Peace of Mind" were given hy Mary Lou Wilson. Dianne Martin, IFYE 4-4"! Cara- vaner to France, showed slides and told of her experience while visit- her host families. ineport, were given as follows: i Annual R.Y Spring )ance held on I May 16, at Pike High School hy[ Sharon Moore; State Bowling held] I TRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH L. George Hostetter, Pastor Max Jones S.S. Supt. Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m Sunday School 10:39 a.m. Children's choir ehearsal, Thurs- days 3:15 p.m. U.M.Y.F., Ist end 3rd Sundays. W.S.C.S., 3rd Wednesdays. Suzannah Wesley Circle, 2nd Tues- days. WEBB CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH Roy. Ted GagGed Don Speicher, S.S. Supt. Worship Service 9:15 Church School 10;15 GRACE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Alva C Ward, pastor; Edward Shafer, lay leader; Arnold Knebel, 5.5. Supt. Mid-week service and choir rehear- sal Thursday evening at 7:30. Sunday morning worship at 9:30. Sunday school at 10:25. The W.S.C.S. will meet with the Trinity W.S.C.S. Wednesday, June 17. CALEY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Alva C. Ward, pastor; Virginia Cosgray, lay leader; Melvin Van Soest, Sunday school superinten- dent. [ Sunday school at 10:00. Morning worship at I 1:00. Reception supper [or ev. and Mrs. Ward at 6:30. Vacation Bible School starts Mon- day, June 15 at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday evening service at 7:30. BURNETTSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. H. Gordon Hyde, Pastor Miss Beverly Sparks, Organist Morning worship service l0 s.m. Sunday hool II a.m. Keith Young, S.S. Supt, Youth choir rehearsal 5:30 p.m. Baptist Youth Fellowship 6:30 p.m. Victory Hour 7:30 p4m. Sanctuary chor rehearsal 8:30 p.m. Mid-week Bible Study and prayer service, Wednesday 7:30 p,m. LAKE CICOTT UNITED CHURCH John E. Morris, Pastor 126 W. Ottawa Street Logansport, Ind. 46947 Unified Worship 9:40 A.M. Church School 10:40 A.M. . at Raceway Lanes on May 17, Gary j29 Community Center Paint Day; Rice; Time Trials at lndy "500" i June 7, Carolyn George's "'Sports'" hy Tony Cress; "Burn Those Pap-lparty; June 19. Benton Co. party ers Senior Party" hy Ray Haher-lfor district; June 24. Board meet- man and Membership by Gary Rice. ling at Rick Crites house. A thank you note was read from Mrs. Monta Herd for Rural Life Sunday observance. Upcoming events announced were: Bake Sale and Car Wash to be held at Logansport Mall, June 13; Coin Show, June 13, 14; June The Lord preserves the faithful.--(Psalms 31:23). The way of the Lord is the way of peace, and comfort from sorrow. It is the way of joy, prosperity, overcoming. It leads to the land of prayer's fulfillment. The yearnings of our hearts find a true measure of contentment when we fol- low in the way of our Lord of love. In the secret depths of our being let us join in the Psalmist's song: "Be strong, and let your heart take courage." The next meeting will be July I at the 4-H Commun;y Center. All young single adults are urged to come and join the gang[ W SWS Will Mcct Wcdncsclay The Women s Society of Christ lion Service of the Trinity United Methodist Church will meet Wed- nesday, June 17, at 12:00 noon at the church for a luncheon. The women of the race United Meth- odist Church will he guests. The afternoon program will fol- low with Mrs. Roy Rodabaugh of Galveston, the new district presi- dent, speaking. Devotions will be given by Della McWherter. All women of the Women's So- ciety and Suzannah Wesley Circle are invited. Place Your Record Want Ad Now Read 1 Peter 5:6-11 Cast all your anxieties on him, for he cares about you. (l Peter 5:7. RSV) In an Easter sermon Peter Mar- ]shell talked of "'explorers of pain." As we investgate the deep caverns of pain, what can we ind to help us and others on this road we all mfist travel sometime in our lives7 We discover that God is in this experience as much as He is in our joys. God ia always near---tanding in the shadows, as a poet has de- scribed it, We discover also that God cares for us. We are His children; He feels our hurts. Our sorrows bring sorow to Him, as evidenced by the fact that Jesus wept at the tomb of Lazarus, God not only knows our !condition; He cares about us. One other discovery has it foundation in God's nearness and care. This discovery is simply ex- pressed in God's promise, "l will never leave tl/ee, nor forsak thee." His help is available to those who call on His name. As we trust in God, He will en rich our lives even amid our pain, and hy our praise and thanksgiving He is glorified. PRAYER: Dear God, may our ex- perience with pain strengthen and increase our faith in Thee. Help us to show our love and gratitude hy the sympathy and help we give to other&. In JesuS" name, Amen. THOUGHT FOR THE DAY Faith says to the soul, "God is present with you, He cares for you. He gives help and strength.'? Bess Akin Hale Arkansas Ha ving A Sale? May we suggest that you instruct your Auc- tioneer to place your Sale Ad in The Royal Centre Record. The Record has a wide circulation in your area, and your ad will be read by hundreds of possible buyers. Another thing to remember-- . 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