Portland observer. (Portland, Or.) 1970-current, July 25, 1984, Page 8, Image 8

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    Page 8 Portland Observer, July 26,1984
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Anti-death penalty
rally set for Sunday
Justice.
Other major speakers will include
C a lv in O .L . H e n ry , President,
Oregon Assembly for Black A ffairs,
C o rv allis ;
C la u d ia
B u rto n ,
professor o f law , W illam e tte
U n iversity School o f L aw , Salem;
and Rabbi Emmanuel Rose, Temple
Beth Israel, Portland
Following b rief presentations by
each o f the above speakers, there
w ill be a walk to the Oregon State
P e n ite n tia ry , beginning at about
4:19 p.m.
B rie f closing ceremonies sym­
bolizing com m itm ent to the theme
o f "e q u a l justice fo r a ll" w ill take
place near the penitentiary.
M em bership o f the Religious
C o m m u n ity fo r Equal Justice in ­
cludes representatives o f churches
involved with Ecumenical Ministries
of Oregon and other church-related
organizations.
A slate-wide A n ti-D ea th Penally
R ally, sponsored by The Religious
C om m unity for Equal Justice, will
take place in W illson Park, west o f
the State C a p ito l, starling at 3:30
p .m ., Sunday, July 29th.
M as ter o f ceremonies fo r the
event will be The Reverend Rodney
L . Page, executive d irec to r o f
Ecum enical M inistries o f O regon,
Portland.
Speakers, who w ill assemble at
the gazebo, w ill include D r. Derek
B ell, dean o f the U n iversity o f
O regon School o f L aw ; T h e M ost
Reverend
K enneth
Steiner,
A u x ilia ry Bishop, Archdiocese o f
P o rtla n d in O reg o n; Reverend
D o n a ld J. Sevetson, Conference
M inister, United Church o f C hrist,
representing T he Right Reverend
R ustin
K im sey,
president
of
E cum enical M in istrie s o f O regon
and an h o n o rary chairm an o f the
Religious C o m m u n ity for Equal
Jesse Jackson to lead service
three-day action outside the C o n ­
vention
to
protest
President
Reagan's policies and register
thousands o f new voters in a door-
to -d o o r canvass o f low -incom e
Dallas neighborhods.
An aide to the Rev. Jesse Jackson
co n firm ed last week that Jackson
w ill lead an inter-religious worship
service scheduled to coincide with
the R epu b lican N a tio n a l C o n ven ­
tion in Dallas. Planned for Sunday,
August 19th, the service is part o f a
Salvation Army welcomes Godley
The Salvation A rm y is proud to
welcome C a p ta in John W . G odley
who will serve as new commander o f
ihe M oore Street Corps Community
Center located at 3333 N . Williams.
Replacing Captain Scott Vincent,
who has taken a post in Spokane,
W ashington, G odley w ill continue
to oversee the extensive renovation
o f the c e n te r's kitch en and pool
facilities.
G od ley's most recent a p p o in t­
ment was in D ecatur, A lab am a,
where he was com m anding o fficer.
Excited about a "m o re people than
service oriented p o s itio n ," Godley
hopes to increase membership at the
center which now stands at 1,300.
He would also like to see the center
develop as a place o f worship where
people can gather together to hear
the word o f Jesus Christ.
C a p ta in and M rs . G o d ley have
tw o sons, ages nine and six. " W e
love it here," said Godley. “ Moore
Street presents us w ith a lot o f
challenges and our (w o sons
couldn't be happier."
" I n the next few years, w e’ ll be
seeing lots o f changes and growth at
M o o re S tre e t,” said G o d le y . He
sees a greater co m m itm en t being
made to the center and the N o rth
Portland community.
Annual gospel music festival
slated for Peninsula Park
You. the public, are invited to at­
tend the 4th A nnual Gospel Music
F estival in (he P a rk . T h e festival
w ill take place in P eninsula P ark
(N o rth Albina and Portland Blvd.)
on S atu rd ay , August 4 th , fro m
12:00 noon until dusk. This year, we
are encouraging you to gather your
fam ilies together to share this day
w ith us and the rest o f the co m ­
m u n ity , to make this festival and
co m m un ity picnic an o verall suc­
cessful event. T h e festival w ill
feature: Master o f Ceremonies, Joe
(B e a n ) K e lle r; Rev. R obert P ro -
basco; R o n nie W rig h t C o m m u n ­
ity Singers; Glenda Pullen; Greater
S olid Rock C . O . G . I . C . Y o u th
C hoir; Young and United; Greater
M t. C a lv a ry C . O . G . I . C . Speech
( hmr; Tolliver Temple C .O .G .I.C .
Youth Choir; Unity; Ira Hammond;
Marantha Inspirational Choir; Gos­
pel Charioteers; Gospel Trumpets;
V irg in ia Shepherd; T e llis , A b le &
C o m p an y; M t. Sinai C . O .G . I. C . ;
Globe Lovers o f Christ; St. Stevens
Missionary Baptist Church; and. Bro.
A Sis. Vernon Brazzle.
Bethel AM E hosts conference
T h e 93 rd Puget Sound A n n u a l
Conference will be held August 6 - 1 2 ,
1984, at Bethel A frican M ethodist
Episcopal Church, announced Pas­
tor Matthew Allen Watley The church
bears the fu ll burden o f la y -o ffs
when seniority and a ffirm a tiv e ac­
tion clash.
The
U n ita ria n
Universalist
Association was formed in 1961 as a
merger o f tw o eighteenth century
lib eral religious tra d itio n s , the
U n ita ria n s and the U niversalists,
fo llo w in g several decades o f
collaboration.
U n ita ria n Universalists stress
freedom of thought. Their freedom
o f b elie f has brought to their
philosophy an extraordinary group
o f independent thinkers, including
Susan B. A n th o n y , C la ra B arto n,
Ralph W ald o Em erson, O live r
W endell Holm es, J r., Thomas Jef­
ferson, B eatrix P o tte r, Joseph
Priestley, Frank Lloyd W right and
Whitney Young.
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Corner of 8th and Skidmore
Sunday School 9 30am
Sunday Worship 11 00am
Christian Youth Fellowship 6 00pm
(second and fourth Sundays)
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C r ltA ia r d a i P a t f n t l
The Greater St. Stephen Miasionary Baptist Church
Telephone: 666-1677 • meeeege 283-1770 • offlce 284-8706
"The Church on the Grow" HPeter 3:18
Rev. A Bernard Devers. I. Pastor
Temporarily. our worship tervtcee ere bet ng held m the
Sencluery of the New Jerueetem M B C . located et
1615 N.E. K illingsw orth St.
Sunday Wor*h»p 1 0 0 p m * Sunday Evening, 7 00 p m
Wedneedey Evening, 6 3 0 p m
Come We Have a Piece Where You Can Serve
is located at 5828 N .E . 8th Ave. in
Portland. For more inform ation on
the con ference, call 288-5 429 or
288-5420
Unitarians vote to strengthen
their civil rights w o rk
Following the recent narrowing of
a ffirm a tiv e action by the U n ited
States Suprem e C o u rt and Justice
Departm ent, the Unitarian Univer-
salist den om in atio n resolved to
w ork to restore broad coverage of
affirm ative action.
The Supreme C o u rt’s Grove City
and Memphis Firefighters' decisions
"a re part of an on-going erosion of
hard-w on gains in civil r ig h ts ...."
The association of more than 1,000
churches resolved to continue and
strengthen U n ita ria n U niversalist
p a rtic ip a tio n
in
civil
rights
coalitions; to urge the Senate to join
w ith the House on ap p ro val o f
legislation to restore broad coverage
o f a ffirm a tiv e action; and to urge
federal and local governments to in­
stitute w ork-sh aring program s to
ensure that no group o f workers
ALLEN T E M P L E C M E C H U R C H
T H E M O U N T O L IV E T B A P T IS T C H U R C H
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John H Jackson. Minister M Ed M D
9 30 A M Church School
11 00 A M Congregational Worship
5 00 P M Vesper Service
10 00 A M Baptism Fourth Sunday
11 00 Communion Each First Sunday
The American Baptist Convention, American Baptist Churches of
Oregon: Lott Carey Foreign Mission Convention: National, Oregon,
Portland Ecumenical Ministries, American Bible Society, M.ErM
Board.
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W e are featuring the
Hour of Pow er
,
A C om m unity Flratl
W h e re souls ere saved, backsliders
reclaim ed, healings, miracles, right hare in
our neig h b o rh o o d every W e d n e s d a y . 12
noon until
W e celebrated our first year of
services in May Public welcome Coma hear
dynamic messages such as God conditions
for positions end positions for conditions ”
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84 N.E. killingsworth • 281 0499
"A warm spirit of fellowship always"
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Bible Band
Thursday
Chou Rehearsal
YOU ARE WELCOME TO WORSHIP AT
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1032 N. Sumner
7 :3 0 p .m
7 00pm
Sunday
Sunday School 9 15a m
Morning
11:15a.m .
Worship
6 3 0p .m .
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Evangelistic
8 00 p.m
Worship
Tuesday Friday
Noon Day
Prayer
Tollow’ pcocc U'ilh
oil men t. holiness Friday
withoul which no "The Pastor Speaks
7 30 p.m
man shall sec Ihe Saturday
Cord Nismwst? t*
Morning Prayer
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Listen to the Prove God Now Miracle Crusade Ministry each
'Latch Key Program'
Children 6 wks.
to 11 yrs.
• Rrrsklxst
• Hot Lunches
•Snacks
4-yaar old Rida at Grace Collins
M e m o ria l C a n te r learn h o w to
m ake cookies.
" U n ite d T o g e th e r" w e t th e th e m e of th e w e d d in g of V io le t
M ic h e lle Hell end Drexell Allen Lerry w h ich took piece S eturdey.
June 30th. et the home of Mr. end M rs. Jemea Hall. Sr. The couple
w ill m ake their home In the Portland area
Sunday morning at 8 A M. on
KVAN Radio 1560 A M on the dial w ith
Evangelist W. Pritchett
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Prison Ministries, Inc.
Beaching the Tot «il M a n
Body - M in d . . . & Spirit,
Moorn
6 30 am 600 pm
Prison M inistries, Inc.
Call
281-6930
128 N.E. Russell Si.
4042 N. M ichigan Ave.
Portland, OR 97227
284 7563
•Prison Ministries provides: Chapel servicas, counseling and visitation
• Prison Ministries Is: A non profit, religious, tax deductible, organization
(IRS 51-0173823).
•Financial support: Churches, individuals, businesses and foundations
•Prison Ministries. Inc. member of: APCCA American F'rotestant Correc­
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before going outalda to play.
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