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Page 12 - Wednesday, May 7, 1980 LDS Presidency issues letter on election campaign activities By DORIS HILL upon Church members and chapels or other Church all citizens, to study the facilities be used in any way issues, carefully consider the for political campaign pur- The First Presidency, chief candidates and to exercise poses, whether it be for governing body of The their right to vote after speech making, distribution Church of Jesus Christ of prayerful and intelligent of literature,- or class Latter-day Saints recently consideration. This will discussions. Needless to say, released the text of a letter, insure Support for such we are unalterable opposed to which was mailed to Church candidates and measures as the use of our sacrament or officers throughout the will protect freedom and other Church meetings for United States, reiterating justice and strengthen the any such purposes, and those their long-standing policy of moral fiber of our corn- who attempt to use the encouraging members to be munities and nation." Church facilities to further involved as citizens in the "In urging this devotion to their political ambitions are local, state and national good citizenship, we reaffirm injuring their cause and political process, that we take no partisan doing the Church a disser- .... We repeat the scriptural stand as to candidates or vice." :i injunction," the statement political parties, and exercise The letter was signed by : reads, "that honest, wise, and no constraint on the freedom Church President Spencer W. : good men and women should of individuals to make their Kimball and his two coun- be sought for diligently and own choices in these matters, solors, N. Eldon Tanner and upheld in the performance of It is, however, contrary to our Marion G. Romney and was their civic duty." counsel and advice that ward, read to the Cloverdale "[t is incumbent, therefore, branch or stake premises, congregation recently. The Good Word for Today: Pleasure By PHYLLIS SJOBLOM pressly for His own delight. Friend, do you feel beloved He cares for me and shows of God? He created you, too, His love in numberless ways. for His good pleasure. Come TEXT: ...Thou hast He supplies food, clothing and to Jesus today and bask in the created all things, and for shelter for me every day of glory of that truth. You can Thy pleasure they are and my life. He meets all my never again feel like a  were created. Revelation needs and most of my wants. 'nothing' when you realize % 4:11. He hears my every prayers that the very God of Heaven : Do you hear what this and answers them in ways and Earth has put you here Scripture is saying to us? that will be best for me and especially so that He could God created all things for His He chastens me liberally take pleasure in you. You pleasure. All things. That when I need it because He couldn't be more important includes people. We are wants me to be the best thanthat? And when your life created by Him, for His person I can be. Time after on earth is over He will still pleasure. I don't know about lime I have behaved in ways be caring for you forever , you, but it makes me feel ten that are surely less than because it is His good , feet tall to realize that God pleasing to God, but through pleasure to give you His .... : finds pleasure in me! To them all He has never kingdom. (Luke 12:32). ' think that He made me ex- stopped lovin me. "Natural Foods Cooking School" comnng to Cloverda!e . Coming soon in Cloverdale says Mrs. Wolcott. "This can control of obesity and heart ' is a "Natural Foods Cooking certainly be prevented disease, improved ap- School' sponsored by the through proper diet," adds pearance, a sharper mind, Seventh-day Adventist Mrs. Wolcott. more energy, and a more Church. If you are interested "The use of natural sugars productive life, as well as in learning to cook healthfully in cooking, as well as low fat relieving some of the strain w using natural sugars, low fat cooking, the use of meat on the modern family's recipes, and alternates to alternates, and hearty break- budget. expensive meat products, fasts that you don't need to plan to attend, get upat4:30a.m, toprepare, Scientific studies con- .... The Natural Foods Cooking are topics to be presented by ducted by Loma Linda  School will begin Monday Mrs. Wolcott that will prove University have shown that  evening, May 12, from 7-9 to be valuable to the health- Seventh-day Adventists as a p.m. at the Cloverdale conscious cook. Besides group live 5-7 years longer Seventh-day Adventist information on healthful than the average American Church. TheSchool will in copking demonstrations, Citizen. This is partlydt to sesMon for three more samples, and recipe handouts their healthful diet. Ad- evenings, May 15, 19 and 22. cookbooks will also be ventists believe they should - Mrs. Nancy Wolcott is available for sale. share this health and hap- conducting the Cooking Mrs. Wolcott stresses that piness that go hand in hand. School along with the help of the practice of cooking with There will be a $3 fee for all .-volunteers from the Ad- natural foods in the ways to participants. For pre- ventist Church. Mrs. Wolcott be presented can lead to less registration or more in- holds a B.S. degree in Foods illness and tooth decay, formation call 894-3201. and Nutrition and has been conducting schools of this nature for several years in Lost in Quiet Day series j Northern California. "The topics presented will be especially important to The last in a series of Paul's, Healdsburg and Good those people who are con- "Quite Days" at the Bishop's Shepherd, Cloverdale, will i cerned with heart disease Ranch at 5297 Westside Road, direct. Both women and men prevention. Heart disease is Healdsburg, will be held on are welcome. Luncheon and the number one killer in the Wednesday, May 7, from I0 baby-sitting are provided. A nation, with one-half of the a.m. to 3 p.m. $5 donation to the Franciscan  dying from Friars who run the Ranch hardening of the arteries," Fr. Marvin Bowers of St. may be given.  population n ited Chu r ch toho nor m others !:i The local branch of the after which the group will go visit in S.F. The cost is $10.88 Italian Catholic Federation 365 for a per person for the bus trip. is" to Bimbo's club sponsoring a bus, 39 Telethon benefiting the Casa Make your check out to i-! passenger capacity, to leave Costanzo starting at 4 p.m. Theresa Toilini, who is in ' St. Peter's Church grounds at until. 10 p.m. Present plans charge of the bus tran- 10:45 a.m. on Sunday, June call for leaving San Fran- sportation and leave them at Ist for San Francisco. cisco about 6 p.m. and Giovannetti's Sport Shop. A free lunch is offered to all stopping in Marin County for Bus will be loaded according at the Fior d'Italia, courtesy food, if necessary, to payments received. All of Carina Inc. A tour of Casa All those people in this area those interested are urged to Coatanzo, the new Italian who donated to the benefit act early to avoid disap- home for the aged in North held last October are cor- pointment. Beach, will then be visited dially invited to attend this I.C.F, sponsoring S.F. tour Sunday, May llth, at the 11 celebrations, own mother this day, find a a.m. Worship service, special Rev. Kersey's message this mother who will also be alone  recognition will be given to day will be- "What A Great and bring her to church and i all mothers, grandmothers, Lady?" The Church Choir take her out to dinner. Let and great-grandmothers in will be directed by Barbara this be a day of joy and ap- the congregation. Families Peugh, accompanied by preciation for our mothers i are urged to attend together Maxine Alien at the organ, and for all the mothers of the as apart of their own famil3 If you cannot be with your world? | r Th ough JOY & Beyond' to be . i shown at Neighborhood ChurchJ ' The life of C.S. Lewis has medieval literature to the secretary and friend- in the finally been filmed! C.S. fantasy of children's stories, latter months of Lewis's life. , Lewis was a professor at both possesses a wide appeal The "voice" of Lewis in the Oxford and Cambridge which has served to stimulate filmis that of Peter Ustinov. Universities, but is perhaps the ordinary man to The move is in two parts, best known for his writings, godliness, each 50 minutes in length: which include: The *No man in our century Partl: The formative Years, Screwtape Letters. The wroteso much, so creatively, and Part lh The Informed Problem of Pain, Miracles, or enriched so many lives as Years. The Great Divorce, Till We C.S. Lewis. The motion "Through Joy and Beyond" Have Faces, Mere picture, "Through Joy and is being shown in Cloverdale Christianity, The Chronicles Beyond" helps us honor and at the Neighborhood Church, of Narnia, The Space Trilogy, better understand the life and 28 Tarman Drive, on Friday and many, many more. works of this creative evening, May 16th, at 7:30 L..,wis, well-known for his Christian giant. The narrator p.m. A free-will offering will range of literary talents, of the 'film is Rev. Walter be received, and all are from sholarly studies of Hooper, Lewis's private welcome. Carole Firestone Gillis from Santa Rosa was the special speaker at the Chruch Women United May Fellowship Day held at St. Peter's Church in Cloverdale on May 2. Photo by Janice. May Fel Day is cel "The Spirit of the Lord is Upon Me" was the theme for May Fellowship Day which was celebrated on May 2, by Church Women United in Cloverdale with a worship service at Saint Peter's Catholic Church from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Ms. Carole Firestnne4;illis from Santa Rosa was the special speaker. She is the coor- dinator for "Friendly Visitors", a new outreach program of the commission on Aging for Sonoma County. Ms. Firestone-GlUts spoke at the 11 o'clock session. The women of First Baptist Church presented special music and participated in the program with the Church of the Good Shepherd. The theme for May Fellowship Day was also the theme for Church Women United,S  Assembly University California The Fellowship Assembly through worship, Spirit, the.  power, our is ! Day tended person to there in A given in essence d Fellowship received Ln Cloverdale Area Church Director, '!t . The Church of God of 00mChecy UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Meeting With The United Church of Cloverdale Phone 894-2039 Sunday Worship. i I am. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 450 Healdsburg Avenue Pastor, John Powell Sunday: Bible Teaching Program 9:45a.m. Morning Worship Hour. I I am. Church Training Prograw.. 4p.m. Evening Worship Hour. 6pro. Wednesday : Midweek Services. 7 pro. GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH 890 N. ('loverdale Bivd, Pastor Rev. Norman M. Redeker 13:!-3835 894 -233O Sunday dorning Worship 9:00a.m. Sunday School t0:15 a.m. DOMENIcHELLI REAL ESTATE 104 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-3354 SEVEN TH-DA Y ADVENTIST CHURCH 28775 Redwood Highway S. Pastor - Dale Wolcott Phone: 894-5703 Saturday : Sabbath School at 9:30 a.m. 'orship Service at 11:00 a.m. Sisters of Service (S.O.S) on 2nd & 4th Tuesday Family Prayer Fellowship Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. ANTIOCH MISSIONARY BAPTIST MISSION 473 Cloverdale Blvd. Ken liams Mission Representative Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morning Worship. l I am. Evening Worship,6 p.m. Midweek Service Thursday Night, 7 p.m. CHURCH. OF GOD OF PROPHECY 2ad & Commercial (;range Flail A.W. West. Pastor Phone 894-3595 Thursday, 7 pro. Young People Sunday 9:45 a.m. & 6pm. i i i NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH Christian and Missionary Alliance Tarman Drive Phone 89.1-3445 Growl h Groups - 9:30 am Sunday Worship- 10:30 ant Evening Service - 6:00 pm Bible St udy. Thurs. - 700 pm BA HA 'I FA ITH Firesides: Mtmday nornings I 0 a. m. Friday evenings 8 p.m. ('hildren's Classes Junior Youth Youth Please call for more inforn}alion and-or literature 894-4172 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 28"i55 Redwood Hwy. So. Claud K. Williams, Branch President Phone 8942032 SUNDAY 3 hour block MEETING SCHEDULE Priesthood 9a.m. Relief Society 9a.m. Primary 9a.m. Young Women 9a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacrament meeting 10:50 a.m. Reliaf Society Homemaking Mtg. 1st Tuesday each Month. 7:30 p.m. THE ENCORE IO4 S. ('loverdale Blvd. t t 8.4 -9944 II OAT VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH CH Highway 128 Re,,'. D.F. Hieter Cont Phone 894-3107 of the Con Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Mormng Worship. I 1 am. Evening Service. 6 p.m. 439 No. Midweek Service. Robert Wednesday. 7 p.m. t 31 Dina St reet Phone I Church Ph. 894-2998 Sund. Child PARKSIDE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL OF 533 West Second Street Robert W. Hey. Richard Rilea Phone 894-2893 Sunday Sunday School. 9: 45 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship !! a.m. 11 a. Evening Service. 6 p. m. Bible St udy and Prayer Wed. Wednesday, 7 pro. Daisy & Prims Wechesday. 7 p.m. WMC-AII Ladies Welcome ST. Thursday. 10a.m. EPISCOPAL OUR CHURCH OF THE MT. GOOD SHEPHERD Redwood Father li2N. Main Slreet Priest in Charge Saturda Hey. Marvin Bowers 5 p.# 894-5719 Sunday Sunday Holy 8:30. Conmmnion. Daily MaS  9a.m. 7:30. " Sunday , n I J I J. 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