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Power of His Resurrection' (Phow ~J Ivan Lee~) scene Christ, portrayed by Randy Harvey, is led away Soldiers. Second year in a row, the Church in Clintonville "The Power of His Res- Sunday, April 1 at 6 again at 8 p.hl. The first Performed this production Years ago and there was ~g response to that it was done again four separate congrega- performances. This Will be only the two per- on April 1. an all-adult produc- the tragic final days of the Garden of Gethse- the resurrection, in- Unjust trial before Pilate crucifiction between the The audience will not experience of watching played out before their emotions will be felt .as y of the Roman Soldiers and the agony that was felt by Jesus's mother as she watched him being beaten then crucified. This year's re-enactment involves the efforts of 60 people from James Chapel and throughout the Clinton- ville and Sinking Creek communi- ties. Many are involved in the music, set, scenery, costuming, directing and acting. Sharen Coulter did the costumes again this year and has added many new ones, including all new designs for the Roman soldiers. Joyce Baldwin, Donna Johnson and J. R. Crane are directing again and Mr Crane has devoted hours to building the set. Art work was done by Patricia Butcher, Tony Martin and Tina Martin. Several groups will provide spe- cial music for the evening and as the last line on the program reads, "The Lord and the cast will be hon- ored with your presence." ,Leigh Mrs Richard B. Turpin of Springs, announce of their daughter Turpin to john Edward , SOn of Dr and Mrs James b, Jr of Pulaski, Virginia. is a 1984 gradu- East High School, at Concord College at The groom-elect is a 1983 gradu- ate of Pulaski County H!gh School and a 1989 graduate of Concord College. A May wedding is planned. Gospel Singing At Enon Baptist of Lewisburg and Bill invite you to their April 6 at 8 p.m. at Church. Enon Baptist Church, Vago Road, Frankford, announces that a gospel sing will be held Saturday, March 31 at 7 p.m. featuring the "Heaven's Echo's." This well-known local group, with Reverend Garlin Groves as lead singer, performs old- fashioned spiritual singing and testi- mony. Pastor Jim Anderson and the Congregation invite everyone to at- tend an evening of gospel music. Where Mother's Gone S. Miles , dear child, the new-made mother lies, chain on earth, skies. her earthly stay; she bore. you must V~U reach that shore. Mr & Mrs Musser Grateful Marshall and Helen Musser of Lewisburg wish to thank everyone who sent cards and food and who expressed their deep concern for Mr Musser's welfare during his recent illness. Mr Musser, manager of the local Sear's store, recently suffered a heart attack. He is now home and progressing well in his recovery. YOung, must soon bear. a dream just told your hair. and live and JI Voice sounds clear. n, and jump and leap, SOon maws near. was young and like your own; laughed from day to has flown. child, she's waiting sorrow from your heavenly rest. weep and Mother trod, that stab and By Helen W.'Searle The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, March 27, 1990 3B New Members at Lewisburg Seventh Day Adventist Church By nationality Rupert was known as Frank, a member of one of the Germanic tribes who lived in and around the valleys of the Rhine River during the early beginnings of the Christian era, although some people trace his background as Irish. Until 697, Rupert was the Bishop of Worms. This city, located on the Rhine in what is now the southwest region of West Germany, is where Martin Luther was declared to be a heretic in 1512. After Rupert left his bishopric, he headed northwest to become a mis- sionary in Regensburg, a city on the Danube River in eastern Bavaria. At the time Duke Theodo was in charge of this territory. Needless to say, nothing could be done in the region without his permission• Once the Duke was converted and bap- tized as a Christian, Rupert and his followers had no trouble evangeliz- ing the other nobles and their sub- jects. Such success led to others along and around a wide area of the Danube. Many churches and teach- ing monasteries were built; the economy prospered. In 448, Attila the Hun had de- stroyed a little Celtic trading settle- ment, central to this region, called Juvavum -- named after the Roman diety that protected the youth. The area was rich in minerals, especially salt, had beautiful pasture lands both for the grazing and farming of beef and dairy cattle, acres of for- ests for timbering and many lakes and streams for pleasure and rec: reation. Rupert, with the help of the Duke and the other nobles, logically decided to help reconstruct the vil- lage for Rupert's regional base. The Benedictine Abbey of Saint Peter was already under construction so the remodeling and rebuilding of other destroyed buildings was only natural. The convent, known as the nunnery of Nonnberg, still stands today as a working architectural landmark from this very early period. In building communities, enrich- ing lives and contributing to the bod- ies and souls of his people, Rupert's little by-the-way Seventh Century central community is now known as Salzburg, Austria, Birthplace of Mozart, home of the annual Mozart Music Festival and an industrial, re- sort and tourist trade center. Saint Rupert died in his renamed community of Salzburg Easter Sun- day 710. He is recognized as their first Bishop and is honored for his love and devotion to the develop- ment of mankind with a feast day on March 27. Jim Sampson (left), Head Elder of the Lewisburg Seventh-Day Ad- ventist Church, is pictured with his new wife, Faith (second from left), who recently transferred her membership to the Lewisburg Seventh-Day Adventist Church. She moved here from Tennessee when they were married in November of 1989. Her daughter, Heather Johnson, and her daughter's boyfriend, Rob Wahto, attend college at Southern SDA College in Collegedale, Tennessee, and spent their spring break here tn Lewisburg at the Sampson's home. Grove, Bishop William Boyd Grove, resi- dent and presiding bishop for West Virginia United Methodists, will speak at Trinity and Elizabeth Chapel United Methodist Churches on Sunday, April 1. Services at Trinity are held at 11 tors, and for more than 142.,000 United Methodist lay persons. One of Bishop Grove's many poems has been set to music in the new United Methodist Hymnal. The people of Elizabeth Chapel and a.m. Trinity is at the corner of Wal-, Trinity have been learning his hymn, nut Street and Pocahontas Avenue in Ronceverte, two blocks north of the Ronceverte Public Library. Services at Elizabeth Chapel are held at 9:15 a.m. Elizabeth Chapel is in the Organ Cave community, two and one half miles west of U.S. 219 on county road 62. Bishop Grove was elected and consecrated a bishop at the North- east Jurisdictional conference of the United Methodist Church in July, 1980. He has served as West Virginia's bishop since that time. Prior to his election as a bishop, he served 26 years as a pastor in the Western Pennsylvania Conference. A graduate of Bethany College, Bishop Grove also holds a Master of Divinity degree from Drew Univer- sity, Madison, New Jersey, and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Pitts- burgh Theological Seminary. Bishop Grove is also president ot the General Commission on Chris- tian Unity and Interreligious Con- cerns, and is a member of the Gov- erning Board of the National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. and is a member of the Executive Committee of the Consultation on Church Union (COCU). As the resident bishop of West Virginia, Bishop Grove is resF3on- sible for more than 1,400 local churches, for more than 600 pas- ) Rent To Own At VCRs.TVs-STEREOs "God, Whose Love Is Reigning O'er Us," number 100. They will sing the hymn when Bishop Grove is with them April 1. Bishop Grove is the husband of Mary Lou (Naylor) Grove. The Groves have two daughters and two granddaughters. Reverend Mark Flynn, pastor of Trinity and Elizabeth Chapel, ex- tends to the community an invitation to welcome Bishop Grove to our area April 1. A PPL IA NCEs.FURNITURE • No Down Payment • Order By Phone • No Credit Check • 50% Cash Buyout Pastor Ronald Royce (center), with the two newest members of the Lewisburg Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Sandy Montgomery and her son, Herble, of Ronceverte. Both were baptized in a special service after completing Bible studies. Herble is also the son of Herbert Montgomery of Lewisburg and is currently in Norway with the band from Shenandoah Valley Seventh-Day Adventist Academy of New Market, Virginia, where he is enrolled as a freshman. Sandy is the daughter of Vivlan Buckland of Ronceverte. Easter and Passover Calendar Easter falls on April 15 this year, Passover be&dns April 10. The Mountain Messenger traditionally lists all reli£dous activities which occur during this very sacred time. Please have your church or synagogue calendar to the Mountain Messenger no later than March 28 for inclusion in our special listing of Easter and Passover events. 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