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ii&apos; Page 14 - Wednesday, February 27, 1980 Oat Valley Baptist Church to show "Azariah" film A film "Azariah" will be There were no problems or ihown at 6:00 p.m., Sunday, lawsuits for years until March 2 at the Oat Valley recently when the govern- Baptist Church. It is a ment decided to impose their moving account of the humanistic anti-christian ministry of Rev. Lester standards on them. i Roioff. He takes young people who have been on A Bible education, church drugs, were in jail or on the attendance and decent dress way to jail, had been selling would not be possible under their bodies on the streets or the government code. just had no place to go and makes a home for them. Rev. Roloff, with deep Biblical conviction states his case and shows what actually happened. Pastor Hieter personally heard a choir from the An- chor Home for Boys at Santa Clara. These were boys with serious problems such as crime and drugs. They were a visible testimony to the power of Christ to change a life and the work of Rev. Roloff. Many of these boys gave personal testimonies of their destitute condition before coming to the Anchor Home and how their lives were changed. The boys were all neat and clean and would make any parent delighted to call them his own. A lot has gone into the film and should be very rewar- ding. Eileen Sather St. Peter's Altar Society to speak at 'Neighborhood Church Miss Eileen Sather, a St. Paul, Minnesota, school teacher who volunteered to teach missionaries' children ,in Africa, is expected here next week to speak at the annual missionary con- ference of The Neighborhood Church, 28 Tarman Drive, By DENA GAMBETTA St. Peter's Altar Society meets each month, and their next regular meeting will be on Monday, March 3, 1980 at 7:30p.m. sharp, at St. Peter's Church Hall. This will be a special meeting as plans are being made to receive the president of the National Council of Catholic Women who will give us a ten minute talk on the purpose of the Council. In addition to this speaker, at 8:00p.m. the Ballet Troupe of Cloverdale will be per- forming for the Altar Society. Under the direction of their instructor Karin Millar, they will show us the elementary, intermediate and advanced classroom ballet, and will perform a dance in each category. Gloria French, the secretary for the group has made all of these arrangements and we thank her profoundly. There will be from six to ten participants, and we are hoping for a huge Cloverdale. with The Missionary Alliance (C&MA) in Guinea and Gabon since 1953, will speak about her experiences in West Africa. She says, "I never cease to marvel at the expressions of "delight when I sell Gospel literature to Moslems in the market places in my spare time. Over and over they marvel that something is available in their very own language and often eagerly buy up the opportunity to purchase Gospel portions." She will also share her ex- periences as a teacher of missionary children, which has beeh her specific responsibility. Miss Sather was raised in St. Paul, Minnesota. She has degrees from Bethel College, +the University of Minnesota and Macalaster College. Founded in 1887, The Christian .and Missionary liance is an evangelical denomination with over 10,000 churches in 47 coun- tries and with an overseas staff of 952 missionaries. Services for the Missionary Conference are as follows: Sunday, March 2 at 6 p.m.; Monday, at 7:30 p.m.; Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. with a potluck dinner and slides following ; Wednesday, 'March 5 at 10 a,m. with a special time for ladies. Public welcome at all ser- vices. Good Word for Today: Doer By PHYLLIS SJOBLOM TEXT: And they come unto thee...and they sit before thee as my people, and they hear thy words, but they will not do thom; for with their mouths they show much love, but their heart goeth after their covetousness. Ezekiel 33:31 The words of our text are words spoken to Ezekiel by the Lord. God saw how the ieople-listened to Ezekiel i/hen he spoke but they didn't Jet on what they heard. In neXt verse He says that listen as to a lovely Igm41...they "hear the words, t they do them not." < How many of us do the same thing with Gods word? lle go to church and listen to message as to a lovely ilong. It appeals to us and Iives us a good satisfying Warmth within. And we read ille Bible and our souls are 'lirred by the lovely (fltristian standard presented in the Sermon on the Mount. ilut then we go our own way, doing only those things which e are comfortable doing !low many of lis actually pray for those who despitefully use Miss Sather, Christian and Local women to attend retreat Church Women United Central Redwoods area chairperson Elberta Mount and Unit President Jeanetta West will be attending the annual Board Planning Retreat in Mount Alverno Franciscan Center in Red- wood City, February 25 and 26. This retreat will bring together Church Women United officers from all over Northern California and Northern Nevada, to plan the year's activities. "Mormons and ERA" on Donohue Show Two prominent Mormon women recently taped an interview for the popular daytime talk show "Donahue" the results of which will be aired in the Redwood Empire Monday, March 3 at 11 a.m. on KTVU Channel 2. Barbara Smith, Gen. Pres. of the ladies Relief Society organization for the L.D.S. Church and Beverly Camp- bell, co-chairman of the Virginia LDS Citizens' Coalition, were guests of the Chicago based show. Their appearance on "Donahue" was made partly in response to s program taped in December and aired in January that featured an interview with ex- communicated Mormon Sonia Johnson of Virginia. Prior to Mrs. Johnson's appearance on the show, "Donahue" program 6fficials had requested that an active' Mormon woman appear on the show with her. Mrs. Campbell was suggested since she lived in the same area as Mrs. Johnson and was active in the anti-ERA coalition in her state. However, just before the show with Mrs. Johnson was to be taped, "Donahue" of- ficials telephoned Mrs. Campbell and disinvited her to appear as a guest. Mrs. Johnson had debated Mrs. Campbell previously and she refused to be on the show with her. In the subsequent taping of the show with Mrs. Johnson. Mr. Donabue erroneously stated that the LDS Church had refused to send a representative to the program. When this was brought to his attention he was apologetic and very supportive of the idea that the LDS Church should have a chance to respond to the Johnson show. Mrs. Campbell pointed out, on the show, that the "best- kept' secret in the country is that women don't have to wait six years for the ERA to have equality. "There are laws on the books now that give women equal rights, and places they can go for reei." Although the ERA was the main subject, topics other than this were also discussed in the interview. World Day of Prayer Church Women United to hold service "Responsible Freedom" is. the theme for World Day of Prayer on March 7. Church Women United in Cloverdale will hold a service at the Geyserville Christian Church, at 10:30 a.m. The United Church of Cloverdale will be in charge of the program. in Africa for the World Day of Prayer program for 1979 which reminded us of our need for "spiritual growth.' The Thai women encourage their sisters and brothers around the world "To con- tinue to grow in the Spirit; that is, to love Jesus Christ "more and to live closer to him Because he loves us and is united to us, we are able to covenant with others. To covenant with others means to love, to be con- cerned, to be responsible." As people around the world form a chain of prayer on March 7, the words of Ken- neth Kaunda, president of Zambia. to the International Committee for World Day of Prayer in April 1978 point up associations. He is the author, compiler or editor of numerous books and monographs on public ad- ministration, government, and taxation. He is also the author of numerous church books and publications. For his public service he received the Army's Out- LDS Stake thisweekend By DORIS HILL The semi-annual Stake Conference for the Ukiah Stake, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be held this weekend at the stake center in Ukiah with Dr. G. Homer Durham of the First Dr. Durham has had ex- tensive experience in public service as well as chur- chwise. He was president of Arizona State University for nine years, vice-president of the University of Utah, and a faculty member at Utah State University and Swarthmore Quorum of Seventy from Salt College and visiting professor Lake City in attendance, at University of California, standing Civilian Service The conference will include Los Angeles. Medal, the Distinguished a Saturday evening meeting He was president of the Alumni Award Of the at seven for all stake and American Society for Public University of Utah, A.O. ward officers and their Administration, president of Smoot Public Service Award spouses, and a general 10 the Western Political Science from BY.U, and honorary a.m. session Sunday mor- Association and founder of degrees from Arizona State called as + ning, plus various leadership the Western Political University, Indiana State Representative turn out to support these meetings. Music for the Quarterly. He has been a University and BYU. later to the aspiring young balletists. Sunday meeting will be consultant in public ad- His extensive church the Seventy. The public is cordially furnished by the Stake Relief ministration to the states of service includes serving as a Therewill invited. Please try to come. + Society Choir, and all Utah, Nevada, and Montana missionary, the Sunday meeting in We can assure you of a good members and friends are and various inter-state School General Board and a March 2nd evening! invited, commissions and municipal stake president. He was ference. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH ' ,. Meeting With The United Church of Cloverdale Phone 894-2039 Sunday Worship. i ! am. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 450 Healdsburg Avenue Pastor. John Powell Randy Boone. Assoc. Pastor Phone 894-3274 Sunday: Bible Teaching Prgram 9:45a.m Morning Worship. Hour. I I a.m. Church Training Program, 4 p.m. Evening Worship Hour. 6p,m. Wednesday: Midweek Services. 7 p.m GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH 890 N Cloverdale Bivd Pastor Rev Norman M Redeker t:L3-3835 B94-2:Lq Sunday lorning Worship 9 00 a.m Sunday School 10:15 a.m. G. Homer Cloverdale Area Church Directory L :'L ;+  ::L!i .... Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day SEVEN TH-DA Y ADVENTIST CHURCH 28775 Redwood Highway S. Pastor - Dale Wolcott Phone: 894-5703 Saturday : Sabbath School a! 9:30 a.m Worship Service at 11:00 a.m. Sisters of Service tS.O.S. on 2nd & 4th Tuesday Family Prayer Fellowship Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. ANTIOCH MISSIONARY BA P TIST MISSION 473 Cloverdale Blvd. Ken iiams Mission Represent at ire Sunday School. l0 a.m. Morning Worship, l I a.m. Evening Worship. 6 p. m. Midweek Service Thursday Nighl. 7 p.m. CHURCH. OF GOD OF PROPHECY 211d & Commercial (;range tlall A.W. West. Pastor Phone 894-3595 Thursday. 7 p.m. Young People Sunday 9:45 a.m. & 6p.m. NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH Christian and Missionary Alliance 28 Tarman Drive Phone 894-3445 Grow! h Groups - 9: 30 a m Sunday Worship - 10:30 am Evening Service - 6:00 pm Bible Study. Thurs. - 7:00 pm BAHA'I FAITH OAT VALLEY Firesides: Monday mornings 10 a.m. Friday evenings 8 p.m ('hildren's Classes ,Junior Youth Youth Please call for more informal!on and-or literature 894-4172 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DA Y SA IN TS 28755 Ihwood Hwy. So. Claude K. Williams. Branch Presidenl Phone 894-2032 Sunday Priesthood Meeting. 8:30 a.m Sunday School tO a.m. Sunday Sacramenl Meeting, 4:30p.m. Primary, Wed.. 4 p.m. Relief Sociel y Tuesday, 7:30p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH CLOVI Highway 128 Hey D F Hieter Conl the Phone 89.1-3107 of the Con Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Mormng Worship. II a.m United Methodisl Evening Service. 6 p.nf. 439 No. Midweek Service. Robert Wednesday. 7 p m Minister 131 Dina Stree! Phone Church Ph 894-2998 Sunday Worship" ! Child PARKSIDE CH4 OF CHRISTIAN CHAPEL Mi.ister: 333 Wes! Second St reel Robert W. Hey. Richard Rilea 894-5063 Phone 89-I-2893 Sunday Sunday School. 9:45 a.nl. Sunday Morning Worship 1 i a.m. 11 a.m." Evening Service. 6 p.m. Sunday Bible S! udy and Prayer Wed. WMesday. 7 p.m Daisy & Prims We&lesday. 7 p .ill. WMC-AII Ladies Welcome ST. Thursday. loam. EPISCOPAL OUR CHURCH OF THE MT. GOOD SHEPHERD Redwo00 ! 12 N. Main Street Priest in Charge Sat urda Hey. Marvin Bowers 5 p.m. 894-5719 Sulda Sun(kly Holy 8:30 Communion. Daily Mass 9a.m. 7:30a.m. Sunda] ,IL l THE ENCORE DOMENIcHELLI REAL ESTATE lIH S. Cloverdale Blvd. d.t-i-.J44 104 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 191-31i Women in this country have been celebrating a national day of prayer since 1887. This year, people in more than 150 countries and islands around the world will gather in prayerful consideration of "Responsible Freedom". Church Women United is the official sponsor of World Day of Prayer in the United States. us.Orifamansuesusatlaw, Each year, women of a @ho among us would give different country are asked to iven more than the court write the World Day of iwarded him? , Prayer service based on + Wesay 'Well, I couldn't do themes chosen by the In- +tnt. I just couldn't.' But the ternational Committee for AIble says we can...we can do World Day of Prayer. The a'll things through Christ who Christian women of Thailand ltrengthens us. (Phil. 4:13) have written this year's : Continued on page 17 service, thanking "our sisters J. PEDRONcELLI WINERY 1220 Canyon lid 8,7-3619 t;eyserville the importance of this historic day: "Clearly, if there is anyone act that binds us together...It is prayer-our open acknowledgement of the overwhelming greatness of God to whom we seek to be united and our appeal to God for peace among ourselves, not in the future, but now." II I I II I I I CLOVERDALE PELLEGRINI'S. FRED YOUNG CLOVERD00 BOWL CHEVRON SERVICE: & COMPANY REVEILLE I 112 FirstS!reel i 110 Healdslmrg Ave. 894-7996 206 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 1194- 3323 814-25410 or 433-3329 lll-13i il I T I , .... ,. , --