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16 8HENAND ALE UNITED METHODIST PARISH The Rev. Frank Mentzer, pastor will preach for services of: Silver Grove UM Church: Sunday services: worship 10:00 a.m Church school 11:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. United Prayer services held at Murrill Hill UM Church. Saturday 2:00 p.m Middleway Gospel Singer and Lawn Festival. Murrill Hill LTM Church: Sunday services worship 9:00 a.m Church school I0:00 a.m. Youth Fellowship Choir practice 4:00 p.m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. United Prayer Services. Chestnut Hill UM Church: Sunday services: 11:00 a.m. worship, Church school at 10:00 a.m. at 6:00 p.m. the meeting together in the parish in Lloyd Fellowship Hall to honor Rev. and Mrs. Mentzer. Monday June 21 through 25th, vacation Bible school beginning at 9:00 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m choir rehearsal. CHARLES TOWN S(AYrlIERN BAFHST At Charles Town Southern Baptist Church, Congress and Samuel Streets, Dr. Wyman E. Hall, pastor, Friday, 6:00- 0:00 p.m. Girl] in action swim party-park pool. 8: -9:30 p.m. Pizza at church. Sunday, 9:45 a.m. Bible study and classes for all ages; ll:00a.m. Worship; 6:30 p.m. Vacation Bible school. Monday-Friday 6:30 p.m Vacation Bible school. Classes for all ages. Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. Adult Choir. SAINT THOMAS LUTHERAN CHURCH At Saint Thomas Evangelical Lutheran Church, corner of East Washington and South Seminary Streets, Charles Town; Richard E. Neal, pastor. June 20, the third Sunday after Pentecost - worship at 6:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.; sermon title "Parables CIiAIU, F ,S TOWN PI Y'IT, RIAN At Charles Town Presbyterian Church, 220 East Washington Street, Sunday, 9:456.m. Church school; 11:00 a.m. Morning worship con- ducted by the Youth Fellowship and Westminster Choir. 7:30 p.m, Church school leadership meeting. 7:30 p.m. Bible study at Ken PsLllas'. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. PS Group at E.P. Smoot's. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. PS Group at Mrs. Shirley NichoLs'. 8:00 p.m. Senior Choir. Thursday 7:30 p.m. PS Group at Vic Stouffer's. LEETOWN CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN Rev. Mason Cooper, Pastor Sunday Morning Sunday School at 9:30 A.M.~ D.S.T. Mdrning Worship Service at 10:30 A.M Evening Services at 7:00 P.M Wednesday Eve- ning Bible Study at 7:30 P.M. LE, ETOWN BAFrlST CIfURCH SOUlIIERN At Leetown Baptist Church (Southern), John M. Emert,~ pastor, Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday school Bible study for all age groups, lh00 a.m. Morning worship. Monday 9:00 a.m. Vacation Bible school. 6:30 p.m. Youth Choir; 7:00 p.m. Long Range Planning Committee; 7:30 p.m. Ad~t Choir. Tuesday 9:00 a.m. Vacation Bible school; 7:00 p.m. Cnoral Echos. Wednesday 9:00 a.m. Vacation Bible school, 7:00 p.m. Special Parents right program for Vacation Bible school. Thursday, 10:00 a.m. WMU Bible study. SUMMIT POINT BAPTIST At Summit Point Southern Baptist Church, Sunday school 9:45, Leroy Cheshire director. Morning worship service 11:00 a.m. Pastor's message "The Powers of Jesus." Special music. Mrs. Nora Drish and Teaching." Sunday organist and choir director. church school classes for Nursery coordinators: Mrs. adults, young people and Edith E'llifritz and Mrs. children meet at 9:45 a.m. The bllstine Swisher. Wednesday: Northern Valley Area Council Adult Choir Rehearsal 7:00; meets on Monday at Grace Prayer and Bible study 8:00. Church, Winchester. Vacation Bible school ASBURYU.M. Monday through Friday. CHURCHSERVlCES Classes each day 9:00 to 12:00 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 17, Im2 Mrs. Jane Snyder Women's Speaker The regular monthly meeting of the Women's Aglow Fellowship Chapter of Charles Town will be held June 23 at I p.m. in the Lion's Club Center, Ranson. The speaker will be Mrs. Jane Snyder of Shepherd- stown. Mrs. Shyder has for the past ten years been the minister of music in the Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church, directing and singing with the adult and youth choir. She has sung professionally in major roles in opera and musical comedy, performing with the Baltimore Civic Opera, and the Washifigton Opera Theatre. She also is known for her singing in area churches, and her performances with the Berkeley County Civic Theatre. Babysitting is provided free of charge, at the Zion Episcopal Parish House, East Washington Street, Charles Town from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Washington Street entrance. Librarian Receives Skills Diploma Emma G. Wilson, libratian at the Bolivar- Harpers Ferry Public Library, received a diploma from Frederic J. Glazer, Director of the West Virginia Library Commission, for com- pleting the ninth annual Library Skills Institute at Marshall University in May. For Home For Girls At Summit Point Pro Gospel Songs At Serve Ten Silver Grove U.M. The Middleway Gospel Singers will present a program of gospel songs at the Silver Grove United Methodist Church, Chestnut Hill Road, beginning at 2:00 p.m. Refreshments and potted plants will he for sale on the lawn. A free will offering will be taken. Everyone is invited to join the Silver Grove Church in its June Festival. The Murrill Hill UM Church Vacation School has been set for July 12th tlrough the 16th Prelhuinary floor plans for a home to house ten girls have been submitted to the state Fire Marshal and the Health Department for approval this week. The home will attend to the needs of young girl] dealing with crises pregnancies from the tristate area. Credenda, as it is called, is being organized by Tom and Denise Jackson, a young couple from Summit Point, in Jefferson County. The Jacksons bought an old brick school house in Summit urgency to open their doors this year: Their target date for opening is Christmas, 1982. Mrs. Jackson said the most heartbreaking case they ever saw was the time "We had to turn down an 11 year old child because we weren't opened yet." "It's sad," said Mr. "Jackson, "even though our doors are not opened yet, all the abortion clinics in nearby counties are running full speed ahead." When asked if they were Point and will renovate the afraid of their awesome job beginning at 7:00 p.m. each large building this year. It will the two agreed, "We are more evening. The theme for study,accomodate their family of afraid of the inner con- is "Bible People Show Us four, and eight or ten young sequences of knowing that we God's Love," according to women with the need of their did not work fQr what we Mrs. Bertye Riecks, Church school superintendent. Rev. Mentzer held a bap- tismal and membership service at the Chestnut Hill UM Church on Sunday mor- ning, June 13. The Chestnut Hill UM Church will begin its vacation Bible school on Monday, June 21 and continue through June 25, beginning at 9:00 a.m. The study theme is "Come, follow Jesus." On June 20th parish members and others will meet to honor Rev. and Mrs. Mentzer. The meeting will special services, believed to be right." "Credenda is not an in. At this time, the family stitution," explains Jackson," resides in temporary quarters but will be a home with a within the building. Since family. It is our home." seRing their home last year, In addition, a program is they have organizeda private, being developed to provide the non-profit organization which girl] with a full range of includes an advisory board of professional services. This is a twdve. The Jacks(ms will not full time ministry for the be applying for state or couplewho will minister to~e federal assistance for the young women regardless of renovation project. They are religion, race or their ability seeking interested sponsors to pay. for specific segnmnts of the The ultimate goal for each renovation. The operation of girl will he to set goals for Credenda will depend on the themselves and plan for a contributions of concerned suitable life for themselves individuals and groups. BOLIVAR INT. and Daisies. ~ CHURCH OF C~ ~ At Bolivar Int. Pentecostal ZION EPISCOPAL ~Church of Christ, Harpers CHURCHSERVICE~q ~Ferry, located adjacent to At Zion Epis~l Church, .~KOA Kampgrounds; Samuel 300 E. Congress St Charles MJller, pastor. Sunday school Town, the Rev. Roger L. 10:00 a.m. Sunday worship H enshaw, rector, Sunday 8 : 11:00 a.m. Sunday evening a.m. Holy Communion (no At Asbury United Methodist (noon). beginat6:00p.m.intheLloyd and their unborn children. Church, pastors, James W. Fellowship Hall of the When asked why they To help raise funds for this Chambly, Jr. and Terri Rae CALVARY ASSEMBLY Chestnut UM Church Sunday decided to tackle a job of this ministry, there will be an Chattin. Sunday 8:30 a.m OFGOD evening. ~, nursery provided. At Calvary Assembly of The next meeting of he nature the Jacksous stated auction on May 29, at 11 a.m. "We believe in fostering All fund raL~ing events will be 9:30a.m. church school for all God, pastor William P. Reed, United Methodist Men will be personai growth for the yonng geared toward 'the family'. ages. II:00 a.m. worship, Assistant Lee Robertson, held at Silver Grove UM girls as well as life for all This one in particular will nursery and cribbery Sunday school at 10:00 a.m, Church on Sept. 18 . The unborn infants. So often girls have family entertainment provided. Morning worship at 11:00. meetingwillbeginat7:00p.m, become pregnant and are not with music and clowns. Monday: Vacation ChurchChildren's Chur at 11:00 with a covered dish supper preparedforthorespeusibiIRy Brochures and other in- school begins and runs a.m. on lower level. Vacation followed by the evenings of parenting. ORen they see no formation will be available on through Friday - nightly 6:30- school commencement program. Men are requested alternatives besides abortion, the day of the auction, for the 8:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. Ad-at 7:00 p.m. All welcome, to bring their sons (or a .Our way of festering this general public. Copies of the ;; ministrative Board meets. Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. Choir borrowed son) for the oc- growth and potential life is to floor plans will also be on Wednesday 7:30 p.m. ST.practice, at7:00p.m. Prayer casion. There will not be share the love and goodness of display. : Choir. and Praise, Bible study, Royal meetings in July or August. God through daffy living as an Rangers, IVlssionettes, Prims The United, Methodist'extended family'." Women will not meet in July. The question most O 111mi They will meet on Tuesday, frequently asked of them is To Do Scorn August 10 at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. "Are you sure there is a need Monks wLll continue the study for this sort of thing in our WINCHESTER, Dr. of Isaiah, "Singing the Lord's area?" Th nas Albert, composer and Song." All women are According to Tom and professor at Shenandoah welcome. Denise, officials are College and Conservatory of Rev. Frank Mentzer as "thrilled" about Credenda, Music, has been corn- , pastor of the Shenandale especially the ones who work missioned to compose the ,7:00 p.m. Tuesday prayer and Sunday school til fall) 11 a.m. United Methodist Parish and with the mounting number of musical score for the 'youth 7:30 p.m. When in need morning prayer and sermon, Mrs. Jean Danner, lay con- pregnant teens. "The Gift -- Shenandoah prayer call 53,5.6919. nursery provided Thurs. 10 ference representative of the One health offlcial told tlmm National Park" The film, a.m. Holy Communion. parish are attending the she "cried a lot and felt very which is being produced by the Baltimore A,'mualConference frustrated", because she National Park Service and Bible School June 21-25 being held at the American didn't have any positive directedby Thomas Kleiman, University, Washington, D.C. alternative to offer girl] will be shown continuously at this week. whose famih'es refused to the Byrd Visitor Center of TRINITY G~PEL ASSEMBLY OF GOD At Trinity Gospel Assembly 'of God, 3 miles West of C~les Town on Rt. 9, Rev. Alton Wilson, pastor, Sunday school 10:00 a.m. Mowing ~ 11:00 a.m. Children's ~hurch 11:30 a.m. Sunday ~'ening service 7:00 p.m. Wednesday 6:45 p.m. Choir Practice 7:30 p.m. Bible study and prayer. GOSPEL SINGER8 AT Mr. ZION AME The United Gospel Singers of Reston, Virginia will At Summit Point Baptist Vacation Bible school will be held Jtme 21-,25 at Summit Point Baptist Church R was announced by Mrs. Hilda Cheshire and Mrs. Elizabeth Cheshire, Of special interest will be preparation day and a parade througb the Village on Saturday June at 10:00 &m, All children in the area are sponsor a Gospel Concert at invited to aRend. Regular Mt. Zion AME Church at classes will be held from 9:00- Dt flelda Sunday Jane 20, at 12:00 for preschool through 5:00p.m. The public is invited Junior High. There will be to attend. The Rev. Jossph E. Bible study recreation, Washington is pastor. Men's creative work and refi'esh- Day will be held Sunday June ments each day. 27 at 3:00 p n. Alvin Tolhort Commencement will be be the guest speaker. Sunday June 27 at 9:45 a.m. For Your Comfort and ] "i at a Diff'wuh Time I iROSEDALE FUNERAL HOME I DAVID B. JONES, Director [ t 263.4922 support them if they yed 'shenandoah National Park. SPECIAL FILM AT pregnant. In her opinion, The music will be per- MARI'INS]BURGCHURCH society frequently forces fimued by members of the My Son, My Son, a Rim young mothers to abort their Shenandoah Conservatory covering the true story of infants by social pressure. It faculty and selected students. Bernard Palmer and his son used to be hard for a girl to Dr. Albert received a Faculty Barry, will he shown on find someone to help with an Development Grunt in partial Sunday, June 20, at Moler abortion. Now it is hard to find support of the project and will Avenue Church of the the support she needs to carry show the film on the Brethren in Martinsimrg. Bob her baby the full term of her Shermndoah campus in the fall Miller, pastor of the church at pregnancy, as his report to the faculty on the corner of Moler Avenue The Jackson family see an the use of the grant. and Third Street in Mar- -, -, i tinshurg, invites the public to attend (';,Y, ,I, Si,l, THE MELVIN C.H. STRIDER --- DIRECTOR 304 W. WASHINGTON STReeT COLONIAL Charl Town, W. va. FUNERAL Dear Friends, HOME Planning for what you wish to happen to you IARL and your family after your death is a responsi- ble step and is not, in any way, morbid. It is '0W~ indeed o wise and necessary step that requires a limited amount of time. but can avoid much l nNI oo ~ and confusion following the death of a family member. N.M. BROWN J.P. aglISTMN, JR. In what poets have called the "dark forests" there live millions of small trees, sap- lings, ferns and shrubs, Foresters call them the "understory." The understory survives and flourishes on shared light. It principle of Nature that big trees obligation to let through light for ones, A similar principle applies vival and moral development. expected to make thoughtful religious training of youth. responsibility to God in education of their children. The through its m~nistries of worship andJ supports our resolve to let througt~ the little ones. Co~ng~ P 0 Box 8024. ~vif~. 1 SundayMonday TuesdayWednesday Thursday Fnday Saturday Job Psalms Psalms Psalms Psalms PsalmsEcclesiastes 8:11-18 22:1.1152:t-9 77:1-9 83:1-18137:1-9 6:1-12 THIS SERIES OF MESSAGES IS MADE POSSIBLE BY FOLLOWING CHARLES TOWN AND JEFFERSON FIRMS WHO RECOGNIZE THE VALUE OF THE CH! OF OUR COMMUNITY. MAGAHA. INC. APPLIANCE CENTER North George Street Charles Town Phorm 725-5516 PEOPLES SUPPLY Feed-Seed.Livesto k NeeOs L~qu~d SuDDtement Dia~ 7258454 or 72S~455 Char tes Town STATE 211 BUS.: RES.: JEFFERSON MACHINE COMPANY Route 340 East Charles Town D~t 725-2088 THOMASSEN FORD - MERCURY 1 O0 S. 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