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Page 8- Wednesday, May 14, 1980 St. Peter's Altar Society By ELISE BLACK At our monthly meeting, M ay 5th, new officers were installed: Kathy Jojola, President; Nancy Rivas, Vice-President; Lon Hiatt, Treasurer, and Gertrude Valentine, Secretary. Outgoing President Dena Gambetta presented the new officers to Father Hanry for installation. Father Henry spoke to us of the importance of the Altar Society, as a challenge and an example to the whole parish, and how therefore we must work together in love, patience and understanding. Our new President then dedicated this year's efforts to Our Lady, urging all members to try to have the Travelling Shrine or Our Lady in their homes during May. Hostesses for the meeting were outgoing officers Dena Gambetta and Vivian Menicucci. Vivian presented a beautiful cake for the meeting as her parting gift. Dena had corsages for the officers and table-favors for everyone, and gifts of lovely plants were presented to the outgoing officers. Arlamae Bogner reported on the very successful April Rummage Sale, warmlu thanking all those who responded, and worked so hard. Elise Black reported on the May 2nd luncheon for the Church Women United meeting, also thanking the many ladies who brought food. and worked hard. Elise reminded the members of the C.W.U. State Board meeting, to be held at St. Peter's on May 17th. Since we are part of Church Women United. our help is needed for this evenL and also for the C.W.U. Bake Sale on June 14th. Call Elise May 17 is also the date of the 1980 Annual Conference of the National Council of Catholic Women. at St. James' Parish in Petaluma. The theme is "The Family, Strength of the World". All Catholic women and friends are invited to attend, and for information call an' Altar Society officer. t J o The ladies of the Women's Ministry of Parkside Chapel in Cloverdale. handmade and donated 35 lovely lap robes to Manzanita Manor residents. Shown left to right are: Effie Good Local CWU to host State on Saturday Church Women United " from No. California-No. Nevada will meet at St. Peter's this Saturday, May 17th, from 10:00 - 2:15 p.m. State officers will report from 10- 11. The Liturgical Dance, Choir of Calistoga and Janice West, vocal soloist will participate in the 11 o'clock worship hour. Speaker is Rev. Harvey Harper, Counselor at American River Jr. College. Linda Reitzel, director of Word for Today: Women's Emergency Shelter Quicke in Santa Rosa, and Glen Holman from the California Church Council in Sacramento will be the af- ternoon panelists on "The Family in Crisis". All local women are cor- dially invited to attend. Luncheon and registration is $3.25 and ,reservations for lunch and-or child care must be made before noon Thur- sday, May 15th. Phone 894- 2145 or 894-3555. cisco about 6 p.m. and stopping in Marin County for food, if necessary. All those people in this area I.C.F. sponsoring S.F. tour The local branch of the Italian Catholic Federation is Sponsoring a bus, 39 passenger capacity, to leave St, Petex's, Chur.c grounds ate, who donated to the benefit 1t0:45 am,m Slday,dluni held last October " are cor, lt for San Francisco. + dially invited toattendthis  . A free lunch is offered to all at the Fior d'Italia, courtesy of Carina Inc. A tour of Casa :tanzo, the new Italian home for the aged in North Beach, will then be visited after which the group will go to Bimbo's 365 club for a Telethon benefiting the Casa Castanzo starting at 4 p.m. until 10 p.m. Present plans call for leaving San Fran- visit in S.F. The cost is $10.88 per person for the bus trip. Make your cheek out to Theresa Tollini, who is in charge of the bus tran- sportation and leave them at Giovannetti's Sport Shop. Bus will be loaded according to payments received. All those interested are urged to at[ early to avoid disap- pointment. Senior trip planned dingtown at 12 noon; Rohnert Park at 12:15; and Petaluma 12:30. Curtain time is 2:30, home about 7. Last day to make reservations is May 10. Make cheek payable to SCCA Travel Club and mail to Mrs. Merle Clancy, 101 Eerprise Dr. 20, Rohnert Park,\\;94928. 795-6483 for further in- formation Sonoma County Council on Aging Travel Club has arranged a trip on May 24 to the S.F. Opera House to see the ballet "The Tempest". The cost of $1570 includes transportation by chartered bus, reserved seat in the Dress Circle, and driver's tip. The bus will depart Cod- TEXT: And you hath He quickened, who were dead in trespasses and sin. Ephesians 2:8. Quickened is an old fashioned word, not too frequently used any more. It means, according to Webster, to "make alive." C_nsider today's text again, replacing quickened with those words ..."You hath He made alive, who were dead...". That is a staggering concept! Jesus made life available to everyone of us. Because He lived and died and rose again we have the option to be alive eternally or to be dead eternally. The choice is ours. Keep in mind that to be eternally dead is to be forever separated from God's mercy. Wiaout rles not pneof is rtous. "e Bible'ys that all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God (Rom. 3:23) and further, that the wages of sin is death !Rom. 6:23). If the Scripture stopped there we would be, everyone of us, without hope. But read the remaining words of that verse, and rejoice..."the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord. Again we see thaVJesus is the Giver of life. We see, too, that the life that He gives is a gift. As with any gift it must be received before it can be used. and used before it can be enjoyed. Along with the gift of life comes His all- encompassing love, His fellowship, His help with your burdens. Accept Him as your Savior today, and as He comes to dwell in you, 'you will He quicken, who were dead in trespasses and sin'. 'Through JOy& Beyond' to be shown at Neighborhood Church The life of C.S. Lewis has finally been filmed! C.S. Lewis was a professor'at both Oxford and Cambridge Universities, but is perhaps best known for his writings, which include: The Screwtape Letters. The Problem of Pain, Miracles, The Great Divorce, Till We Have Faces, Mere Christianity, The Chronicles Narnia, The Space Trilogy, and many, many more. Lewis, well-known for his range of literary talents, from sholarly studies of medieval literature to the fantasy of children's stories, possesses a wide appeal which has served to stimulate the ordinary man to godliness. No man in our century wrote so much, so creatively , or enriched so many lives as C.S. Lewis. The motion picture, "Through Joy and Beyond" helps us honor and 'better understand the life and works of this creative Christian giant. The narrator of the film is Rev. Walter Hooper, Lewis's private secretary and friend-in the latter months of Lewis's life. The "voice" of Lewis in the film is that of Peter Ustinov. The move is in two parts, each 50 minutes in length: Part I: The formative Years, and Part II: The Informed Years. "Through Joy and Beyond" is being shown in Cloverdale at the Neighborhood Church, 28 Tarman Drive, on Friday evening, May 16th, at 7:30 p.m. A free-will offering will be received, and all are welcome. "... All are fruits of one tree and the leaves of one branch." "He (Baha'u'llah) likeiaed the world of existence to one tree and all the souls , to leaves, blossoms and fruits. Therfore, all the branches, leaves blossoms and fruits must be in the utmost freshness, and the bringing about of this delicacy and sweetness depends upon union and fellowship." (Sponsored by the Baha'is of Cloverdale - 894-4 1 72) Mason, Rev. Richard Rilea, Esther Gunderson, President of the Women's Ministry, and Roseanne McEntee, head nurse" at Manzanita Manor. Photo by Janiee. ! Manzanita M recipients of 35 lap robes The Women's Ministries Esther Department of Parkside of the Christian Chapel recently De completed thirty-five quilted Mason, lap robes for Manzanita Rilea Manor Convalescent tation. Hospital. The material for these lap robes was donated These by many individuals, as well given as several organizations here in need d in Cloverdale. Many women zanita's of Parkside Christian Chapel Cloverdale. were responsible for the dozens of hours of work en- Pastor tailed in making these much wishes needed items. "thanks to materials and t[ The handmade lap robes were presented to Roseann McEntee RN of Manzanita Manor on Thursday by Mrs. and talest cause. Cloverdale Area Church Director, ..... ......... ii;: .+ u i  ji  UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Meeting With The United Church of Cloverdale Phone 894-2039 Sunday Worship, i I a.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 450 Heaidsburg Avenue Pastor. John.Powell Sunday : Bible Teaching Program 9:45a nl Morning Worship Hour, I I a .m. Church Training Program. 4 pro. Evening Worship Hour. 6 p.m. Wednesday : Midweek Services. 7 p.m. GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH 890 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Pastor Rev. Norman M. Redeker I:L3-3835 894-Zk30 Sunday dorning WorshipP:00a.|n. Sunday School 10:15 am. The Church of God of Prophecy SEVENTH-OAY ADVENTIST CHURCH 28775 Redwo Highway S Pastor - Dale Wolcott Phone: 894-5703 Saturday : Sabbat h S, chool at 9: 30 a nl Worship Service at 11:00 a.nl Sislers of Service (S.().S. t on 2nd & 4lh Tuesday Family Prayer Fellowship Wednesday a t 7 : 30 p hi. ANTIOCH MISSIONARY BAPTIST MISSION NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH Christian and Missionary Alliance 28 Tarman Drivo Phone 894-3445 (;l'owlh Gl'OUpS - 9:30anl Stmday Worship - I0:30 am Evcmng Service - 6:1N) pill Bible Study. Thurs - 7:t) pill BAHA'I FAITH Firesides:, Monday iIiOl'lliiigs l0 a.lll. Friday evet|ings 8 p.lll. Children's ('lasses ,lumor Youlh Youth Please call for lllore itl['+,Wllla t loll alld-t)r Iileralure 894-4172 + CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LA TTER DA Y SAINTS 28?55 Redwood Hwy. So. Claud K. Williams, Branch President Phone 894-2032 SUNDAY 3 hour block MEETING SCHEDULE Priesthood 9 a.m. Relief Society 9 a.m. Primary 9 a.m. Young Women 9a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacrament meeting 10:50a.m. Reliaf Society Homemaking Mtg. 1st Tuesday each Month 7:30 p.m. i ii 473 Cloverdale Blvd. Ken liams Mission Representative Sunday Sehool. l0 a m Morning Worship, I 1 a m Evening Worship, 6 p.m. Midweek Service Thursday Night, 7 p.m. CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY :hid & Commercial (;range llall A.W West, Pastor Phone 894-3595 Thursday. 7 pro. Young People Sunday 9:45 a.nl &6pro. OAT VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 128 Hey D F. Hieter Phone 894-3107 Sunday School. 9:45 a.m: # Morning Worship, 11 a.m Evening Service. 6 p.m. Midweek Service. Wednesday. 7 p m 131 Dina Street Church Ph 894-2998 c CLO of the Con ['nlted 439 No. Sunday Child care PARKSIDE OF CHRISTIAN CHAPEL 533 Wesl Second St reel " Hey+ ltichard Rilea Phone 894-2893 ". Sunday School.9:45a.m. ,Morning Worship i I a.m. Evening Service. 6 p.m Sunday Bible Study and Prayer Wed. Wednesday. 7 pro+ Dmsy & Prims Wednesday. 7 pro. WMC-All Ladies Welcome S T. Thursday. 10 a m DOMENIcHELLI REAL ESTATE 1041N. Cloverdai Blvd. 1-3354 I II THE ENCORE 104 S ('h,vct'dah, Bh,'d Sunday Bible Sunday EPISCOPAL OUR LA CHURCH OF THE M T. GOOD SHEPHERD Father i 12 N Mare Street Priest in Charge  t urday Hey. Marvin Bowers 5 894-5719 Sunda Suoday Holy 8:30, Communion. Daily 9a.m Sunday MaSS ( CLOVERDALE BOWL I I 110 Healdsburg Ave. 84-7 II PELLEGRINI'S CHEVRON SERVICE 206 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 84- 3,323 ' m J. PEDRONcELLI WINERY 12211 Canyon lid &'17-3619 (;c. serville iii ii in i FRED YOUNG & COMPANY 894-2540 or 433-X12 | in rm,t sn