Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, April 15, 1922, Page 6, Image 6

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    PAAE six
vn.
W
i
y
. c
METironr) "matt; tkibttnt:. 'MKTOTRT)6iu:n6vTURDAY. AtnnL u 1022
JW -"SJUf II:, X V3
1 1
1 il
da
r 1 icy i4
1 IIml
vTVll Mil II I WKl.A'. JWvl fill II
. .t mm aaii'. iii'bki i, 11 i 11 i i: i mw mm; i
r n j iiijari 11 iii 1 ! 1 r t
'I I il l; . '
J ---M. 1. 1
Everybody Should Attend Easter Servicers in One of
the Medford Churches
Easter and the Passover
Althougn the date of Easter had been
settled with the particular intention of pre-
venting it from ever occurrlug on the came
day as the Jewish Passover, the Nicean de
cree fai'ied to prevent this entirely. Since
1800 Easter and the Passover have been ob
served together on April 12, in 1806, 1823
and 1903. Also they will occur together on
Arril 1, 1923: AfHI 17, 1927, and April 9.
19 SI. However, the Passover usually falls
on the week before Easter. It never conies
before March 26 nor later than April 23.
Out of a friendly, brotherly heart the Church
is asking you to attend Divine worship today.
Co to church somewhere preferably to the
chnrch of your mother.
THE MEANING OF EASTER
The moaning of Easter and its idchnikc of joy,
the revival of hope and 'the bouynnt renewal of our
aspiration eomo to an old and tired world and jnr
vade our lives even as the spriuytide fUnnl r.nd fj!ls
the meadows with her everlasting minicle. t-A
By an irresistible human impulse, we seek out
our finest and most fashionable raiment, and that
impulse is parallel to the natural proces.se in t'he
world about us. If the earth can put off her drab
habiliments of winter and forget the somber, sun
less hours, so can the children of earth. In every
life today there may be a resurrection from t,he
dead. In every life old thinjfH may be dienrded. lie
has not caught the spirit of the fenUl celebration
who is not Klirred to a renewal and U nt moved to
forvnke the darkum and give welcome to thu light.
It is more than a church feativul. 15eliever and
unbeliever together share the influences of the day.
In each of us, whatever creed we formally profess
there dwells the feeling that the day betokens. It
is the assurance that life is worth the living ami that
love can never lose its own, Vc stand today not nt
the brink of a tomb, but on the threshold of this
eternal life and of this love immortal. '
"Alive Unto God."
t'ot the future stale ut tae soul, Inn it
prMnt condition h thn vltul tiling:. Men ar
bldil. m nt t to ln uiulnin iitioul thu morrow
nn thut may inrlud th eturnal morrow
sltu-A "Dm morrow nhatl Uko ttinncbt fur tln
tlilaKi of Itself." Ami alt will ii,. wll with
mnn. n with tli "(owl of tlio air" and "lUo
fll,'3 o tlii U'd," If he, us they do, porformii
function crilaitifil for lilm. and is oh
to thn true law of til Ix-Iuk. Iluuian souiN
am to "bo dead lndd unto sin" lit ordnr tluit
thy "may bo "alive unto (io.l." . If thv ar
thus alive their Immortality Is unsurnd. ' There
needs no hot cotiw forth from the giaro to
tell ut this."
The Way Homo U the Way f the Cross.
t . -'X
i ill
m i
''J','
Rev. F. It. Leach
Pastor
Earth's Gladdest Day
Celebrated la Song and Sermon. Uplifting and comforting services
for YOU and EVERYBODY on EASTER SUNDAY, when you will
bear the best in music and sermons. 11. A. M.:
v
"THE RESURRECTION"
Extra Made. ' , . :
. i . . . 8:C0 P.M.
; GRAND EASTER CONCERT
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Main Street M. E. Church South
W. J. Fcnton, Pastor Cor. Main & Oakdale Ave.
Easter will be observed in all the services, of the day
PRESIDENT SH ANGLE ,
of Columbia College,
Will deliver the Easter Sermon, at 11 A. M.
MRS. SH ANGLE will speak on "Things Old and New" at 8 p.m.
r
First Christian Church
Corner 9th and Oakdale
Dell Ely Millard, Minister
Res. 521 W. 11th St., Phone 133
EASTER SUNDAY SERVICES
Bible School, 9:45 AM. -Herbert Berrian, Supt.
Preaching Service 11:00 A. M. Subject:
"The Greatest Fact of All History'
Special Easter Anthems.
7:45 Evening Evangelistic Services.
CONCERT BY ORCHESTRA, CHOIR
AND MALE QUARTETTE
Sermon:
"Completing Our Father's Tasks"
." "The Home Like Church" welcomes you. ' r
A CLIMATIC DAY
at the "Church of, Good Music"
,nko Bunduy the Ucinnlim of .Springtime
for S"our Soul
6:30 A. Ut. SUNRISE PRAYER MEETING
Auspice3 of Epworth League. .
9:45 A. M, yEaster Sunday School Service
Something Distinctive and Unique. Parents Come with'
" Your Children. ' . ' : ''
11:00 a m. "THE LlVlNG CHRIST"
' ' J I - - . s .....
An Easter Message, By Rev. Harcourt W. Peck, D. D.
e so M "THE FINXL JUDGMENT"
The Lst Sermon of the Revival, by Dr. Peck.
8:00 CANTATA ' '
"THE GOSPEL OF EASTER" :
By the Vested Choir.
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
:; Fourth !a'hd.Barlett'' 'u
Presbyterian Church
Corner Main and Holly
Rev. E. P. Lawrence, Minister ,
' THE DAY OP DAYS
11A.M.
"THE! SUPREME MESSAGE OF
.EASTER"
Three Strong Musical Numbers
, "i , f Mixed Quartet K
', 8:00 P. M SACRED CONCERT
"EASTER MESSAGE IN SONG"
- Short 'Message "On "iMMORTALITYM
gUARTETTE Mrs. E. McElhose, Soprano; Mrs.
dna Isaacs, Alto; Forre3t Edmeades, Tenor;
Will Vawter, Bass. Mn. H. E. Marsh, Organist.
Carlton Janes and Miss Ruth Campbell
- 4.
violin Oflertory
mi
iin til
TO
Wf M h Mi
MB