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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, October 23, 1985, Image 10

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In The Churches ID 00 8 •» e a o TJ O e •J o tu Worship will begin at 10 a.m. with Marcia Ricketts. as­ sociate pastor, preaching on \Behold. I Make All Things New \ Michael Greenlar. Herald- Journal reporter, will speak at Lay Studies on \South Africa Anguish and Apartheid \ Other classes are \Me and My Aging Parents** in women's lounge, and Bible study in the library • Christ Church (Episcopal). 407 East Seneca St. Manlius. will have the Rev Beverly Messenger-Harris, interim priest. celebrating Holy Eucharist Rite I at 8 am At 10 am Rite II will be celeb­ rated followed by a Carnival for the benefit of UNICEF put on by the Youth Group of the Church There will be no church school classes At the First United Methodist Church. 250 East Ave , Mmoa. the Rev Jack Kissel will give the sermon \What Do You Want - *\ at the 10-30 a m service From 4 to 7 p m Trick or Treat for UNICEF The chil dren of the Sunday School will be out i n the neighborhood to collect for UNICEF After wards there will be a party in the basement • At the Jamesville Federated Church (United Methodist Presbyterian i * 6300 East Seneca Tnpk.. \Patience and Anger\ will be the sermon topic of the Rev Stewart Pol lock at the 11am service The church's annual turkey dinner will be Friday. November 1 • The Rev Donald S Brown will speak on \Faith Heating\ n Ecumenical Church Related to B spits I and Prnbytman ( hwrchn I'NITED C HI RCH Or F A*» ETTFVII I F 310 t (.rnrtrc Street, f-ayettrvtttr Sundar II orthip 10 a. m I hurrh School *nll be held Child Care and Facilities F<y Disabled Available- C Philip Courtney - Paste Church OW«ce637 3186 Marcia Ricketts Associate Pastor at the 9 30 a a service of Pebble Hill Presbyterian Church on Sunday. October 28 A discussion will be held on legal issues relating to sanctuary for Central Amen can refugees at 11 a m at the Sunday morning forum Mem bers of the community are fn vited to participate Toughlove will meet at Peb­ ble Hill Church at 7 30 p m October 31 • At the Manlius I'nited Methodist Church the topic \Wounded Healers\ those who know suffering are best qualified to offer healing will be the basis of the pas tor's sermon October 27 at the 8 45 and II 15 am services Bible studies are at 10 am Tuesday mornings or 7 30 p m Wednesday evenings Babysit ting is available on Wednes days The Senior High Youth Fel lowship are invited to the Hal loween Party at the James St Methodist Church at 4 30 p m October 27 The Middle School Youth Group will meet at our church from 4 30 to 6 p m For more information on any part of our program call the church office at 682 «021 weekdav mornings The First Baptist Church of Manlius. 408 Pleasant St Man Manlius will have 9 30 a m Sunday sch«x>l for all ages fol lowed by worship at 10 45 a m (iuest preacher the Rev Leonard Mvers. from Homer will speak on The King is Coming * Miss Janice Green associate pastor will assist The fall missionary meeting of the Cayuga Onondaga American Baptist Women's Assn will be at 6 30 p m Fn dav October 25 at The church Suzanne Powers, mis­ sionary to Belore India will be the guest speaker • The I'nited Methodist Church of Fayetleville will have a Sunday GALA at their 8 45 and 11am services This will be a multi media sermon sharing the multi ministries of the church The adult forum will ha\e as their speaker Marv Jane Irwin MSW head of Social Services for family planning Her topic will be Why Not the CIVIC Center \ Reformation Dav will be noted at both the 8 30 and 11 a m services Sunday at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Fayetteville Sunday Church School will meet at 930 am with classes for both youn* people and adults Good Shepherd Lutherar Church is on Rt 92 near Woodchuck Hill Rd • Dr Harold W Garraan will describe \A New Reformation in his sermon at the 11am service at University United Methodist Church. 1085 East Genesee St at University Av»- in Syracuse At 10am. Roy Bernard' the Republican candidate for mayor will be the speaker at the Adult Forum, which next week will hear from Tom Young, the Demcoratic candi date The candidates will la Re­ quest ions from the audience • At the First United Chunr. of East Syracuse. 664 1 Franklin Park Dr. East Svra cuse. at 11 am service th. sermon will be \Alcohol an<i the Christian \ A children « sermon is given during the wor ship service. Child care is pn> vided for both worship and th. Christian education hour F <>i lowing worship a coffee hour i« held in the Fellowship Hall 'Business dreams can succeed with a good idea, hard work and money\— If you supply the first two—u/e can give you a hand with the money. Commercial Mortgages Rely on the Key Bank experts to structure a commercial mortgage that ts right for you From an interim construction loan to a full-term mortgage. Key Bank will help you com­ plete your business home Your y\ Is the KEY to everything we do! 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We want your business to succeed in this town— because it's our town too! 1 Meet your K^SpecJaliied Unding\ Bankers Lois Fengter. David May and Bud Alsld. They have marnV years of commercial banking experience Give an.. «L„ ol them a call a. (315) ^^Zl^Z^^ can help your business grow and prosper At the £30 a m worthir the Oran Community (hur. > the Re\ Roger H St ran * preach Sunday Scho.., mediately following th«- « ship service The Youth Fellow »h , «« sponsor a Halloween f\«f the Sunday School (run p m at the church r is to bring their o»r , The Rev Msgr ; v Champlin. vtcar fir and worship for tht- : Syracuse, will speak r Group Session of Rem « , Ann's Church. Manhu- « p m Wednesday OctoU • The topic will be \The • the Holy Spirit in the I it* Parish \ All are invited u> .it'* •«' this event in the parish <«r '< • Lynch Hall Refreshments » follow • The Rev Edwin F Td\ will speak on 'Three ( • Reasons for Lea\inj> *..'-» Church.\ Saturday at '• * p m and Sunday at ** 10 30 a m at DeWitt < • n munity Church Radio worship is Sundav r 8 15am on Wt/RSAM 122- Teen open house is Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to ft p n and Saturday 11am p m Offer Course \Discipline is Not a Dirty Word,\ a three-part parenting course, will be offered at DeWitt Community Church at 7 30 p m on Wednesday —October 23 3t> and November 6 Carol Marshall, a local elementary teacher and parent educator, will lead the program which is based on techniques de veloped by Cornell University The course will include a dis cussion of •Knowing the difference bet ween a \responsible parent\ and a \good parent\ •Effectively communicating with your children •Discovering alternate wavs to deaj^ with behavior •Developing a more positive and democratic atmosphere The program is sponsored by the Bishop Harrison Diocesan Center for Family Life Educa tion It is free and open to the public

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