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Page 10 - Wednesday, November 5, 1980 A iii": ........... :.:.:.;.:.=.=.. . .................................................................... " "t00.llglon ili ::: Ch "00tian Scientists sc free public lecture he United Church .,., o, f,..,o.. Cloverdole to host mv,,00 Scientist, Healdsburg, has their identity Choir Festival ,,, Baha'i Fireside set for November 8 different backgrounds, religious, economic, social, national and racial. In the Baha'i Faith, people "find equality with each other since Baha'u'llah, founder of the Baha'i Fath, teaches that one God has given mankind one faith in an unfolding of religion from age to age. It is this basic belief that enables Baha'is to unite and work together, equal in the sight of God. Some of the basic prin- ciples Baha'u'llah em- phasized which help people to come together in unity are: men must seek for truth in spite of custom, prejudice, and tradiiion. Men and women must have i I equal opportunities, righls and privileges. The nations must choose an international language to be used along with the mother Iongue. All people must be educated. Prejudice of all kinds must be forgotten. Men must recognize that religion goes hand in hand with science. Religion must be the cause of unity. All men belong to the same human family. Men must work to abolish extreme wealth and extreme poverty. There is only one God. All religions come from God. All men must work toward universal peace. For further information, please call 894-4172. The Baha'is of Cloverdale invite the public to a Baha'i Fireside, an open discussion program featuring a talk, with time for questions and answers, November 8, 7:30 p.m., at the home of Dale and Diana Hudson, 122 E. 2nd Street. There will be refreshments. Abduilah Brooks, world travler, travel teacher for the Baha'i Faith has a masters degree in political science.. At the fireside, Brooks will speak on the Baha'i Faith. He and his wife are currently living in Sacramento, but are planning to move to Uganda, Africa, in December to pioneer for the. Baha'i Faith indefinitely. '" Baha'is are people of il Iililll posefulness as more of their i00The Good Word for day: Converted TEXT: Except ye be ye he similarity of lhe old self remains. We still walk converted and become as little children ye shall not around in the same flesh enter the kingdom of and blood body. Our bodily heaven. Matthew 18:3. functions are the same as I was out of the country before. But 1he difference is recently and as I converted ha when we become my U.S. dollars into converled lea life in Christ Bahamian currency it wearegiven t hecurrency of occurred to me thai though he kingdom of God. the the conversion produced a Holy Spirit, who empowers complete change in my us o live as god commands cash, 'still there remained us o live. and in so doing we mmflarttms. What I held in can parlake of all the my hand was still money, :legal tender to be used in for goods and services. The difference Ouiet Dayat put to use in its own country. The possession of this wonderful lhings Ihe Bible promises hose who believe. If you would like to convert your temporary earthly treasures for this eternal medium of ex- change, I urge you to heed he words of Jesus in oday's exl. Open your heari and lel yourself believe he good news as a liile child believes, and enaer ihe kingdom of heaven. The Cloverdale United Church of Cloverdale is host on November 23, 1980, at 2 p.m. to Eugene Jones, guest conductor for a combined city-wide Choir Festival. There will be a two hour practice periodin which Mr. Jones will train with the massed choir. All in- terested singers are urged to participate, along with interested churches in the area. At 4 p.m. there will be a one-hour public program presented by the entire group There will be no charge to the public; a free will offering will be taken at the conclusion of the con- cert. After the concert, all interested parties are in- vited to the church social hall for coffee and cookies to meet Mr. Jones and the choir members. This writer has been to one of Mr. Jones' Choir Festivals and it is a won- derful experience. In Sebastopol he took 42 voices that had never sung togel her before and molded them into a wonderful singing group in two hours. If )u enjoy good music, this is a wonderful op- portunity to hear good music right here in Cloverdale. All music lovers are welcome - anyone wanting specific information please feel free to call Barbara Peugh, in the eveings after 6 p.m. at 894-5791. Remember= For good music - come to the United Church of Clover- dale hosted Choir Festival on November 23, 1960, 2 p.m. for training session - 4 p.m. for program. "Access Sunday" to be celebrated on November 9 iii:. Heaton to speak here on the :::: subject "Can I Truly Be :=::i:: Myself?" Monday, =:!i! November 10, 1980, at 8 p.m. :i:i at the Cloverdale Citrus :::::=i Fair Tea Room. i:i: The lecturer will examine :i:i challenges to one's in- =:!::i dividuality -- challenges !iii such as peer pressures, !!ii stereotypes, genetic and iiii economic theories. As a Rose M. Henniker-Heaton World Community Day will be celebrated by Church Women United in Cloverdale with Parkside Chapel, First Baptist and the Church of God of Prophecy in charge of the worship service. The First Baptist Church will be the location on November, at 10,30 a.m. for the service. A brief business session is firsi on he agenda, with luncheon and worship service following. Our guesl speaker, Ruth Cross, of the Rescue Mission in Santa Rosa, will be telling about Manna House a new facility Continued on page i? :i=i way of meeting these !!i challenges, Mrs. Henniker- !iii Heaton offers a biblically- !::ii based view of man's identity. iiii! "The only individuality iiii we should want," says the iiii lecturer "is that which is i!i! divinely derived." Mrs. i:::=i Henniker-Heaton looks to :::::::::::::::::::::::::: Christ Jesus and his disciples as showing the lssibility of living totally unique and meaningful lives -- shaped by their knowledge of God's true nalure. The lecturer also relates recent instances of persons bestowed "unil "Man's genuine Mrs. maintains, God," as His pression. The lecturer many years to healing Christian London, England, in Boston. In Henn elected to The Science Board t ureship. The public is this free Monday night. Morse, First introduce the World Community Day to be celebrated Remembering that Jesus made a special emphasis of reaching those denied ready access to life's common needs and rights - the poor, the sick, and the han- dicapped - United Church of Cloverdale has come a long way in developing ways to give back to many people wanting to par- ticipate fully in the life of the church the chance to do so. On Sunday, November 9, at the 11 a.m. Worship Hour a special ceremony of ...... =:. = " = : = " . = : === = '===- = : = - :=.. : = = - .=...=.===. = = "===,= ...... = - .:.=.=..== ===================================== . . .=, . .=.=. . = ; -," : " : = === : : : = = : === = ==, :==== : dedication will be held on the new ramp into the sanctuary and fellowship hall, honoring the vision and dedication of their people to the many changes 4m- Pastor West and wife tO leave Cloverdale Our congratulations and Pastor Aaron and of work they do cannot be best wishes to Pastor Aaron Janetta have made an measured in dollars and West and his lovely, wife, impact on this community cents. helpmate, Janetta, as they by committing themselves We will miss them...we leave Cloverdale to begin a - to the community projects wish them well in their new new pastoral asignment, ancLby sharing themselves adventure. In oday s world, churches: with those most in need, are often judged to be" namely, lhe poor, the sick Bahamian money em- successful if they makea lot and the lonely. Love powered me to buy R| k n Rant h of money and are finan- Oul of love for God and When I Touched the hem of __mSmmOli,|S cially sound, but their fellow human being, your garment ,. whatever I wished while i I, there. Christianity, if it is to have a their kindness and Oh Lord, the earth touched real meaning, is, or sbould willingness to reach out to me ,,'"i . The Rev. Marvin Bowers, The day begins at l0 a.m. be, judged by love, kindness the community, sometimes When I touched the hand of   " vicar of St. Paul's Episcopal and ends at 3 p.m. Lunch is and the willingness to reach at great personal sacrifice, my fellow man  C o n v e r s I i o n I o Church, will give three served and babysitting is ..... out and touch the hand of  has touched and enriched Oh Lord, then you touchd  Chrsttamiy s hke that. mediations during the Quiet provided. A $15 donation our fellow man. the lives of many. The kind me.  The Bible lells us that when Day scheduled for Wed- may be made to the =:=:::=::==:==:::=::==:=:=::=:=:=::==:::::::=::::=::=:::::=::::::=:==::=::=:::===:::=::=:=:::====:::==:==:=:=::=:=:==::=:=:::=====::==::=====:==:==:====:====:==::::==::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::: iwe are in Christ we are nesday, November 5, at the Franciscan Friars who  ::'changed--all things become Bishop's Ranch, 5297 operate the ranch. For new as  he old passes away. Westside Road, Heald- sburg. more information call 433- 2107 or 433-2440. plemented to could not see adequately and I found it difficult possible to get il Continued "Can I Truly Be M, A FREE Christian Science Lecture Given by Rose M. Henniker - Heaton, C.S. Member , Board of Lectureship Mother Church, The First Cht Christ, Scientist, Boston, Ha. MenD, Nov. 10, 8 Cloverdale Citrus Fair Tea Child Care Provided All Are Sponsored by First Church Of Scientist,, Healdsburg Cloverdale Area Church Directory %  Over 1,000 Jehovah's  Witnesses from Lake and Mendocino Counties ; returned this week from their two-day semi-annual  circuit assembly held at their Assembly Hall in Yuba City. The theme of the con- * vention was "Set Apart From The World." It was selected from the ad-  monition and prayer of Jesus recorded at John 15:19 and John 17:15, 16. Segments of the program included "Remaining Under Jehovah's Protective Care," "Our Reasons for Confidence in Jehovah," "Experiencing Jehovah's Protection in Our Day," and "Knowing Jehovah Safeguards Youth." t A local spokesman for the group said, "This assembly program touched the hearts of both adults and youths of our congregation. We appreciate more than ever before the need to keep separate from the practices of this world alienated from God and o maintain fhP high standards of Christian conduct set out in the Bible. We were especially moved by the interviews of ones who have been serving Jehovah for 30, 40 and even SO years who have ex- perienced God's watchful care from their youth up." Th featured speaker on both days was D. J. Thomas of the world headquarters of Jehovah's Witnesses in Brooklyn, New York. The public address delivered by him Sunday was entitled, Witnesses return two-day assembly "Our Refuge Amid In- creasing Dangers." The verse-by-verse discussion of Psalm 91 of the talk was enthusiastically received by both the witnesses and those of the public invited to at- tend. Jehovah's Witnesses of the twelve congregations attending the assembly will be resuming their regular local schedules of meetings this week. Fred Young and Company Funeral Directors .Locally Owned Since ]859 ,Funeral Services with dignity need ,Complete traditional services. , Memorials , Ground Burial , Immediate cremations ,Burial Insurance available ,No membership fees ,lo extra charge 50 mile radius to meet every We recommend pre-need arrangements 24 hour immediate services Telephone 433-3329 or 894-2540 Healctsburg - Cloverda, le - Windsor ANTIOCH MISSIONARY EAPTIST MISSION 47} ( IovrOAle lvl ,ss on Reprentatv,e Ken I,r'ns Sun(lay SthO01 t0 a m hAorn.nQ WOrSh*D II a n, E vn.nQ Worsh.o 6 D ' h/.(lwPek ,erv.ce (Thur', I 7 D w EAHA'I FAITH Peae call for more information and ,. 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