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i Page 10 - Wednesday, Nrch 26, 1980 Local Baha'is celebrate new year and the end of their fast Local Baha'is joined Baha'is all over the world Thursday night in celebrating the beginning of their new year (Naw-Ruz), and the end of their fast, where adult Baha'is go without food or drink from sunrise to sunset the last Baha'i month of the year, a total (if 19 days. The fast is a time for meditation and prayer, of spiritual curation, during which jme the believer must strive {o make the necessary 'esdjustments in his inner i_/e and to refresh and einvigorate the spiritual rces latent in his soul. The lasting is symbolic and undamentally spiritual in Itature. For Baha'is, this is the year 37 B.E. (Baha'i Era). The mginning of the year coin- with the spring equinox. Baha'is, believe that 137 years ago, the beginning of a new cycle-or new age for mankind began with the appearance of a Prophet of God, who had been foretold by all the Great Religions of the World. The Baha'i Faith is the Religion which has as its specific goal to bring all mankind,-all religions, all races, all nations, under the shelter of one Universal Faith, whereby man may live in peace and harmony-and may carry forward an ever- advancing civilization. A Baha'i recognizes the Teachings of Krishna, Buddha, Moses, Jesus Christ, & Mohammad as all stem- ming from the same Source. All have come at different times in mankind's history and have taught different civilizations and different cultures the Love of God. When one becomes a Baha'i, outworn traditions and prejudices drop away - Buddists in Burma who lived in seclusion in caves for years, come out and actively join .in friendship with their fellowman; Hindus who were completely separated by a caste system now build bridges where before there were walls; Christians, like beautiful pieces of a puzzle open their arms and their hearts to other religions, accepting them as equals before God and helping to put all the pieces of the puzzle together to form a beautiful picture of all mankind being one whole and united. For more information about the Baha'i Faith, please call 894-4172, or write 122 E. 2nd St., for literature. It. Rev. John Thompson will make official visitation Rt. Rev. John L. mpson,. Episcopal Bishop  Northern California, will ke his official visitation to Shepherd in Cloverdale d to St. Paul's in Heald- sburg on Saturday and nday, March 22 and 23. iends of Good Shepherd are qouraged to attend the ,Jice of Holly Communion :the local church at 9 a.m. On Saturday at 2 the Bishop will meet with the Mission mittee of Good Shepherd at the home of George and Eleanor Phillips. All parishioners are welcome at this meeting. On Sunday, March 30, Archdeacon Fred Powers, Director of Episcopal Community Services fo the Diocese, will preach at the service of Holy Communion at Good Shepherd at 9 a.m. The relationship of com- munity outreach and Christian life will be one of his themes. Fr. Powers is known locally as the con- sultant of the Advisory Board of Youth Consultation Ser- vices. This is a group of citizens of Cloverdale, Geyserville and Healdsburg .whose immediate goal is to set up a telephone hot-line number which young people and-or their families can call for immediate response to problems. Good Shepherd cordially invites all interested persons to attend the services,on March 23 and March 30. A coffee hour will follow each. Holy week at United Church Good word for today: Freedom By PHYLLIS SJOBLOM TEXT: It was for freedom that Christ set us free; therefore keep standing firm and do not be subject again to the yoke of slavery Gal. 5: I. So often we hear people expressing the opinion that Christians are under sub- jection to too many rules-too many "do nots". On the contrary; we are not under bondage to anything. True freedom is found only in Christ. John 8:36 says, "If therefore the Son shall make you free, you shall be free indeed". When we are without Christ we are in sin. Romans 2:23 says that all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, and Jesus said, "..everyone who commits sin is a slave of sin" (John 8:34). and in Acts 8:23 we read of the bondage of iniquity'. When we give our hearts to Jesus he truly makes us free. Romans 6:18 tells us He frees us from sin and Romans 8:2 says that the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has set us free from the law of sin and death. Think of it. Because we are in Christ we are guaranteed freedom from the penalty of sin. We need no longer be a slave to our old sinful nature. Upon the occasion of our new birth we receive the fruit of the Spirit, which is love, joy, peace, patience, kind- ness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control, and we are free to enjoy these traits and develop them as we grow into mature Christians. If you are all bound up in sin and long for freedom, invite Jesus into your heart and life today. Ask for forgiveness and tell Him you want to change and be free in His love. Study His word and get together with other true believers and discover the truth of 2 Corinthians 3:17 - "...where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty". :.;.:.:.'.-.:.-.:.:..: ...... -. : ........ ; ......... :. : : : : : -':  Q:.'..:: ...:.....;......:......:............`..:....:...::.:........;.:.....:......:....:. Woman's Im Club to meet The Woman's Im- provement Club of Clover- dale meets next on April 2, 1980 at 1 p.m. in the Forum Room of the Cloverdale Regional Library. All women of Cloverdale are invited to attend. After the meeting there will be s l This special Ballet, will be local what they've year in their Baha'i " "Only have faith, patience courage--this is but the surley you will succeed, for God you." Cloverdale Area Church Directory United Church of l,United Chwch of Clover- planned potluck sponsored by e*lotn Chrtstumhe Diaconate Board and rywhere in its celebrat|o:baired by Stella 'Plami ,, fbf Holy Week on Palm Sun- Rev. Robert Kersey will fday, March 30, at their II:00 celebrate the sacrament at i m. Worship Service. The the tables in a special can- .rSpctuary will be decorated dlelit ceremony. Ims, and special music Good Friday Services will I01:'- the day will include the be at the church at I:00 p.m. Church Choir and the solo under the auspices of the 'The Palms" by Sid Mc- Cloverdale Ministerial [Causland, baritone. Association, involving six of On Maunday Thursday, the local pastors. This ser- [April 3rd, the Lord's Supper vice is open to the whole churches. If you have no ill be celebrated in con- community and will focus on other church home locally, Eecfion with the "Agape the various aspects of our we cordially invite you to :Slpper" at 6:00 p.m. for Lord's passion, worship with us this Holy mbers and friends of the A triumphant happy Easter Week. For additional in- gregation. The supper- celebration will come on formation about the varied i;embering the love feasts April 6, at ll:00a.m, w!,t the ministries of the church, call ] i early Christians-will be a pastor preaching on ' Faith 894-2039. t -g , 00Dorcus Country Sale to [be held March 29-30 and the Resurrection", with the Church Goir bringing Causland singing "The City". Rev. Kersey reports this l will be the l l2th Easter', celebration in this church - and maybe the ll6th of the Methodist Church part of United Church's spon- sors...both the longest recorded by Cloverdale , e 10th annual Dorcas monies from the sale go to plants, collectibles, cratts, ry Sale, always held on help the retarded and needy patch-work pot holders, tea i Blossom Festival to help enrich their lives, towels, used clothing and nd at the Geyserville After a lovely luncheon, many more interesting items. ange on Highway 128, is set held at Jeanne Barr's Dry for Saturday and Sunday, Creek home on Monday, Officers of the Dorcas Club arch 29-30 at 10 a.m. to 4 March 17 the Dorcas mem- are Beverly Nuessl, IP.m. bers finished their many president; Betty Pigoni, vice- Members work all year crafts to be offered for sale. president; Beth Howe, icollecting and sewing and Articles to be on sale will secretary; Mildred Fay idoing crafts for the sale. The include jams and jellies, treasurer. Manzanita Manor Musings : By JAN FREEMAN "On April 3, 1980, 1-30 p.m. i Manzanita Manor will esent "Fashions for the Convalescent" with the residents and volunteers ], modeling clothes provided by ][ Spec'L, an in-house shopping | service. Spec-L clothing is igned to be used primarily J[f0r people who are in hospitals and because of ydicai problems and | ndicaps cannot make full   regular clothing. They | also have a full line of shoes | and sundries. When a | resident needs clothing, Spec- | Lwi come into the hospital |  measure them fully to get | proper fitting and provide [ atever isneeded according [p Resident s ability to pay. | is can take a great deal of |pressure off of family { members who must provide for someone in a Hospital. The prices are moderate and the convenience is won- derful ! If you have a family member who is a resident of our hospital or even somewhere else, or ff you yourself need special clothing Obltuar Michel Michel (Mike) Tondini, long-time resident and businessman of Cioverdale, died on March 9, 1990 in the Veteran's Hospital in Marion, Illinois at the age of 64. He was the dearly loved father of Mrs. Donna Gomes and Mrs. Carolyn Love, both of Cloverdale; Mrs. Rosie Westmoreland of Windsor; Robert Tondini of Santa Rosa; Sgt. Paul Tondini of Ft. because of a handicap, won't you come and join us April 3rd? Refreshments will be served and if you like what Spec-L has to show, you may order from them at that time. See you then! Tondini Hood, Texas; Mrs. Lois Matthews, Mrs. Flossie Savage and Mike Tondini Jr. of Fairfield, III.; Mrs. Shirly Sullivan of Baltimore, Md.; 5 brothers, 3 sisters, 28 grandchildren and 2 great- grandchildren, several neices and nephews. He also owned and operated the Fulton Grocery slore in Fulton and a produce ntarkel in Winsor, Calif. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Meeting With The United Church of Cloverdale Phone 894-2039 Sunday Worship, l I a.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 450 Healdsburg Avenue Pastor. John Powell Sunday : Bible Teaching Program 9:45a.m. Morning Worship Hour, I l a.n, Church Training Program, 4 p.m. Evening Worship Hour. 6p.m. Wednesday: Midweek Services, 7 p m ? GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH 890 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Pastor Rev. Norman M Redeker t33-3835 894 -2330 Sunday dorning Worship 9: 00 a.m Sunday School 10:15am. DOMENICHELLI REAL ESTATE 104 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 8i-334 SEVENTH-DA Y ADVENTIST CHURCH 28775 Redwood Highway S Pastor - Dale Wolcott Phone : 894-5703 Sal urday : Sabbath School at 9:30a m. Worship Service at l 1:00 a m Sislers of Service SOS on 2nd & 4th Tuesday Farly Prayer Fellowship Wednesday at 7:30 p m ANTIOCH MISSIONARY BAPTIST MISSION 473 Cioverdale Blvd. Ken liams Missioo Representative Sunday School, 10a.m Morning Worship, I 1 a.m. Evening Worship, 6 p.m. Midweek Service Thursday Night. 7 p.m CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY =d & Commercial (;range llail A.W. Wesl. Pastor Phone 894-3595 Thursday, 7 pro. Young People Sunday 9:45am. & 6 p.m. NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH Christian and Missionary Alliance Tarman Drive Phone 894-3445 Growl h Groups - 9 : 30 a,u Sunday Worship- 10:: am Evening Service- 6:00 pm Bible Sludy, Thurs. - 7:00 pm BAHA'I FAITH Firesides : Monday mornings 10 a.m. Friday evenings 8 p.m. ('hi Idren's Classes .lunior Youth Youth Please call for more inhwInalion and-or lilerature 894-4172 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 28755 Redwood Hwy. SO. Claud K. Williams, Branch President Phone 894-2032 SUNDAY 3 hour block MEETING SCHEDULE Priesthood 9 a.m. Relief Society 9a.m. Primary 9 a.m. Young:Women 9a.m. Sunday School I0 a.m. Sacrament meeting I0:50 a.m. Relief Society Homemaking Mtg. 1st Tuesday each Month. 7:30 p.m. THE ENCORE ilH S. Clow, rdale Bh/d ,(.,4-.t44 I OAT VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 128 Hey DF Hieter Phone 894-3107 Sunday School. 9: 45"a m Morning Worship. 11 am Evening Service. 6 pro. Midweek Service. Wednesday. 7 pm 131 Dina Street Church Ph. 894-2998 CHURCH ' Continuing the of t he Cor L'nited 439 No Robert Suodav Worship" Ch PARKSIDE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL 533 West Second Streel Hey Richard Rilea Phone 894-2893 Sunday School. 9: 45 a m Morning Worship l I a m Evening Service. 6 pro. Bible Study and Prayer Wednesday. 7 pm Damy & Prims Wednesday. 7 p m WMC-All Ladies Welcome Thursday. 10a.m OF Robert Sunday Bible SI Sunday Mor- II a.L ST. CA EPISCOPAL OUR CHURCH OF THE MT. GOOD SHEPHERD ! 12 N Main Street Priest in Charge Sa I urday Rev Marvin Bowers 5 p.n. 894-5719 Sunday Sunday Holy 8:30a. "Communion. Daily Mass 9am. 7:30a. Sunday J. PEDRONcELLI WINERY IFO Caoyoi! lhl &57-3619 (;cyserville ] i Q.OVERD00 CLOVERDALE PELLEGRINI'S FRED YOUNG eEVVLLe l BOWL CHEVRON SERVICE & COMPANY J : I I0 Healdsburg Ave. 894-7996 206 S. Cloverdale Blvd.  3323 864-I0 or 33-3329 I Iiii iii | ,