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W SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. K. II- Ililson, Pastor
Carrie Harris Reporter
; Out Sunday school was open at
9:30 with superintendent presiding
Bro. Ccoper who h Wen to
Congress will give us fi'o to ten
minutes to talks on doing and
happenings in Congress every
24th and LAKE STREETS
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HOME MADE ICE CREAM j
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Lake Shoe Service
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Sunday morning. Cc-mo out some
The It - o’clock service was
very enjoyable. .
With our beloved pastor elect
Rov. Hibson, with us for the 3rd
time. His subject was: The Man
of Ferry. Sprits were very high.
RYT’U was open at 6:00 with
the President presiding.
BYPU was very lively.
8:00 o’clock services were very
splendid and Rev. Hilson, present
ed another s'u] stirring sermon.
Visitors are always welcome at
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CHRIST TEMPLE CHURCH
Rev. L. M. Rdf, Pastor
Edw» Pankey, Reporter
Sunday was a great day s.t our
Church. Bishop Wm- A. Washing
ton, D. /I), of Ix>s Angeles, Calif,
delivered the morning message.’
The text was found, Galations, 6
14. Tlio Bishop illustrated Christ
dying on the cross for us. The
sermon was soul stirring, one
wus united to the church. The af
ternoon services was conducted by
Dr. Sears, of Ix>s Angeles, Calif.
Dr. Sears ipreached a high power,
ed sermon frim St. Luke, 15.
Subject, “God‘’s estimate of Man”
At the 8:00 P. M. sevrice Bishop
Washington preached from St.
John, Subject “Christ the Esteem
World.” Tho Lord poured out
his sprit upon Bishop Washington
artJ ho fed the congregation food
from upon high.
Our District Convention is over
but the wonderful message that
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our beloved Bishop Washington
and Dr. Sears delivered, will live
cn i nour hearts, .Mary visitors
from out of town Were present,
and the various churches cf Oma
ha, co-operated with us in mak
I jng our convention & great suc
cess. Come out and worship with
us. Visitors are always welcome.
CLAIR CHAPEL CHURCH
G- D. Hancock, Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 A. M.
1 Preaching 11 -00 A. M.
Epworth I^sague 6:30 P. M,
Preaching 8:000 P. M.
Sunday school opened at the a.
j bcvo hour with a good attendance.
At the eleven o’clock service
i Rev. Hancock selected St- Luke
111:1 “And it came to pass, that,
as he wus praying in a cecrtain
place, when he ceased, one of his
disciples said unto him, Lord,
teach us to pray as John also
taught hia disciples,” for his ser
mon. In this lesson he brought
to us the necessity of pra.yer in
chirstian life. Several visitors
. were present and welcomed by the
chcureh. The tribes of Israel have
started their journey to the pro
misel Land and praying that it
will be reached by September. On
Sunday night Rev. Calhoun deli
vered the message to us. Music
was furnished by the .Ramsey
children which was so very much
enjoyed. This service was conduct
ed iby Brother E. A. Hunter of
the tribe of Ruben.
Remember our Wednesday night
services and attend them.
ST. JOHN AME CHURCH
“The Friendly Church’r
Dr. R. A. Adams Pastor
Tho Sunday school started the
days services at St. John last
Sunday with a fine attendance.
Dr. Adams is teaching Mr. J.
C. Parker’s class and Mrs. Har
ris, Mrs. Parker’s Clu.ss.
It is near time for the annual
picnic and it is very important
that the children are present each
Sunday to make sure they get all
information given out about the
Dr. Adams preached a very
strong sermon from Acts & chap
ter .'18 arid 39 verse. His ssubject
was “Fighting against God”. Some
of his outstanding thoughts were
When you crush Christians You
are crushing Christ.
Those who fight aga.inst real
ture IPlilress Human Brother,
hood, The Church, and make
confusion withhold their means of
confusion withhold their means of
support, are fighting against God
aro fighting a losing fight.
If a thing is right, you can’t
very well stop it because the
right will prevail. Standard may
charpro but principles remain the
Tho guest soloist for the morn
ing service was Mrs. Rose Buck
ner of Oakland Calif, who was
accompanied at the piano by Mr.
,Booker Washington of Omaha.
Other visitors were: Mrs. Cnr
dela Armstrong and daughter and
son. Miss Georgi> Dill, and Alfred
and oJseph Jaunory of ILeaven
worth, Kansas, Miss Wilda Chile
and Mr. J. T<. Taylor of Omaha.
And nlso Miss Eloise Jones of Dal
Wo are always glad to see our
visiting friends and invite them
to make St. John their church
homo while in the city.
Tho sick of the church; Bro
ther George Ray is able to be
back home from the hospital,
Brother L. M. Goodlet is still a
very sick man.
Tho choir’s Request Program
tho 4th Sunday night will be very
good. Come and bring your fri.
ends and out of towns guests.
There is a great treat for you.
Read your Omaha Guide for your
local Church News.
THE CHURCH OF THE LIVING
Elder E. J. Clark, Pastor
Elder 'vud Mrs. M. S. Steele and
also Mra Marie Wrisrht, Miasion
«ry, he.ve returned from the con
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vention of Oklahoma City, Okla
homa. Mrs. Katherine Steele
brought back a report from the
i beginning' to the ending of the
convention also did Mrs. Marie
Wright bring % wonderful report.
A splendid sermon was preach
ed Sunday afternoon by Elder
lb ay Boy rnd some very interest
ing remark* were made by Elder
Steele concerning the convention.
Some splendid remarks by the
Visitors were Mrs. Laura Lee,
son r.nd daughter and Mr. Marshall
of Souix City, Iowa
Visitors are always welcome.
BETHEL AME CHURCH
Rev. T. J. Sanford. Pastor
J. S. JeffersKm, Reporter
The Sunday school opened at
, its usual hour, 9:45 a. m., with
i excellent attendance. The general
subject, ‘ Deborah”
, “Emergency Leadership.”
* Scriptural text, Judges 4:1—6:31.
. Golden Text—“Who knoweth thou
i art come to the kingdom for such
' a time as this?” Teachers took
charge of their classes for 30 min
utes. All classes took great inter
' est in their lesson*. The boys’ In
| termediato class is still holding
i the collection banner. Wre are still
asking the support of the parents
to lend us their children*.
At 11 o’clock, Rev. Sanford
selected his text from I Kings 17;
40, “This day will the Lord de
liver thee unto mine hand.” Every
one enjoyed his wonderful mess
age. Wet had with us a large
number of visitors
Allens Indeavor League meets
Our Union Service will be held
n.t Cleav esTemple Sunday, July
24. Come ard worship with us
Our regular prayer and class
service Wednesday of each week.
MT. CALVARY COMMUNITY
Rev. R. W. Johnson, Pastor
Mrs Edna Mitchell, Reporter
Sunday school opened at 9:30
by superintendent Sis Edna Mit-|
cbell Tbo lesson was taught by
the aonoher and was very inspir
ing. There was a large attendance
n.t Sunday school.
11 o’cclock servjce was opened'
by the Chirr with singing ‘The
Lord is in TTis Holy Temple’’, our
pastor brought the message from
2 SnmiH 14—5. Subject “Grati
tude”. He preached a wonderful
sermon. The spirit, ran high. God
was in every prayer ard every
(5 o’clock BYPU, which we hope
at all time to welcome visitors.
Plep.se attend these services as
you can learn about the wonder
ful work of God. The program
8:00 sendee was opened bv the
choir. Tho pastor preached a
wonderful sermon from Ring 18,
24th verse, subject was “Why
Stand Ye Halted between tho
Opinions?” One was added to the
church. We had a wonderful
shout in the church. Come and
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welcome- We had some out of
town guests which we are al
ways glad to have. Bring your
sick and let them be healed thru
God’s great power- We welcome
| Tuesday night Pastor's A d.
Wednesday night regular ser
Friday afternoon Missionary
; Society meets, Sister Melton,
Tn tho Baha’i Cause, arts sci
ences and all crafts are considered
as worship. The ma.n who makes
a piece of nctepaper to the best
! of his abality, conscientiously con_
centrating all his forces on per
fecting it is giving praise to Gcd.
Briefly, all efforts and exertion
put forth by man from the ful
ness of his heart is ‘ Worship,
if it is prompted by the highest
motives and the will to do ser
J vice to humanity. This is worship:
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