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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Arbor's Many Churches Serve Varied Beliefs
lxnn Arbor of- thfrtee~
ellowship for Bethlehem Evangelical and Re- Baha'i faith and other world re- holding to the Christian faith and
creeds and formed Church. ligions and their relevance to mod- identified with the historic Chris-
g their four Liahona Fellowship ern society. Discussions center
niversity. The Liahona Fellowship of the around the nature of God in terms tian Church of the Protestant Ref-
theran Chap- Reorganized Church of Jesus of the Divine Plan for World ormation.
congregation Christ of Latter-Day Saints holds Peace proclaimed by the Prophet The Grace Bible Church Student
lends of The services and fellowship meetings Baha'u'llah adequate to establish Guild is an- independent commu-
[issouri Synod regularly. a world commonwealth in which nity church which is evangelical
ran groups. The Presbyterian Campus Fel- all nations, races, creeds and in outlook and holds to the ex-
International lowship provides a varied program classes are closely and permanently plicitness of the Bible in revealing
eran College of study, worship and fellowship united. God's will. The church sponsors
idents, spon- including seminars, coffee hours, The Collegiate Club of the Uni- .a Bible class and seeks to relate
,upper weekly Sunday Suppers and coffee hours. versity Reformed Church spon- the historic faith to practical daily r x, k
gram follow- The Ann Arbor Mennonite Fel- sors speakers, discussions and so- experience.
her activities. lowship provides a meeting place cials as a part of their program. Episcopal Foundation PRECISION
elp for worship and discussion by The Club seeks to train leaders The Episcopal Student Founda-
Inited Breth- mehbers of the Mennonite Church. with conviction and purpose for p tion, sponsored Jointly by the threePAEi
for meetings No conference affiliation is ob- confused world, dioceses of the Episcopal Church
indation and served. A variety of programs is The Eastern Orthodox Student in Michigan, through Canterbury
counsel and presented including discussions, Society is designed for students of House and St. Andrew's Church
id opportuni- worship services, music programs, the Holy Eastern Orthodox Church seeks to provide a full program of
speakers 'aid recreational activi- and holds discussions, social events worship, study of religious and so-OL MP A
ident Chapel ties, and other activities of study and cial questions, service to parish and
students of Unitarians worship. The host parish is St. community, and fellowship. R EM ING(TON
Council con- The Unitarian Student Group, as Nicholas Church, connected to the Wesley Student Fellowship seeks
the Ameri- The University chapter of Chan- Greek Orthodox Archdioceses of 1Mts
tana, Luther- ning Foundation, is organized for North and South America, under to offer Methodist students a fel-
d and United students whose religious orienta- the Jurisdiction of the Ecumenical lowship where they can integrate
odies. Their tion is naturalistic and humanistic. Patriarchate of Constantinople. their religious beliefs with campus and the
student lead- This group is closely associated The Muslim Students Associa- study and activities. Bible study, -Ec
'n elected of- with the First Unitarian Church tion includes students from many Kappa Phi, the National organi-nSmih-Corona Electric Portab
and programs planned by the countries and represents Islam. Ac-
: Foundation group have included talks, for- tivities include congregational zation for Methodist college wor-
heatre, choir, ums on the social and political is- prayers, celebrations of special re- en, and social action committee OUR GUARANTEE: ONE YEAR
Other activi- sues of the day, trends in religious ligious observances, attempting to are included in its programs.
a counseling, thought, problems of intercultural bring about better understanding The University Office of Re-
per Club, so- and inter-faith understanding, dif- of Islam among students of other ligious Affairs also provides many-
and festival ficulties in the way of peace and faiths and sponsoring lectures. services for students including as-
Sedarim and world order plus various social Reformed Services sistance in finding achurch affil- RELIGIOUS OPPORTUNITIES - The many and varied churches Over 50 years of MORRILL support
events. The Christian Reformed Stu- iation, information about religious in and around Ann Arbor afford a meeting liace for students of NO 5-9141 314 South
entists The Baptist Student Union is dent Guild provides worship serv- groups, sponsoring Freshman Ren- all denominations. Facilities include libraries, study halls, lounges
ice Organiza- sponsored by the Memorial Bap- ices and Sunday school for those dezvous, and counseling, and classrooms keyed to encompass student interests.
iaccordance tist Church and North Prospect
ion 8 of the Baptist. It seeks to provide in-
ther Church, spiration, information and fellow-
Christ, Scien- ship which create the spiritual cli-
gs including m a t e essential for Christian
ble, testimon- growth while in college. Activities
hristian Sci- include the state BSU convention,
maintains a the spring' retreat at Bambi Lake
y Student Ac- and a naiton-wide student week at
I sponsors a Ridgecrest- Baptist Assembly, plus
stian Science other social and spiritual pro-
grams.
stian Fellow- Another facility for Baptist stu-
hapter of the dents is the American Baptist Stu-
ian Fellow- dent Fellowship which offers Bi-
portunity for ble study, worship, Suppers, and
r Christians. discussions and luncheon groups. -
s living-unit Join Workshops '
kend confer- The Young Friends meetings in-
ip is a stu- elude both silent worship and dis-
hout church cussions of social problems, the/
Quaker faith, and other concerns.
t Chapel af- Members often participate actively
r worship for in projects, of the American
faculty and Friends Service Committee, such
as weekend workcamps, or pro-
;Inb grams with the mentally retardeds
strives to in- and ill.
educational The Evangel Temple and the -
Catholic stu- Full-Gospel Student Fellowship,
It conducts sponsored by the Assemblies of
ian Doctrine, God as a Chi Alpha Chapter, pro-
, Church His- vides a program of .worship, study
stian Morals, of the Scripture, recreation and
1 Ethics. So- fellowship.
ances, break- The Church. of Jesus Christ of
icnics. Latter-Day Saints provides serv-
el, sponsored ices, sacrament meetings and oth-
R e f o r m e d er activities, with a special inter-
an, seeks to est to- families.
.ous needs of Divine Plans
by. The group The Baha'i Student Group meets
istoric Chris- to consider the teachings of the -
onalist inter-
le. They alsor--
events.
ssociation of A
ridual search 1000H EADS ~~
acknowledges - - --r
on and seeks be they square, flat or rounded --
to the cam- for that collegiate cut
mity througho-ce-
nd social ac- mt
are the First The Daseela. Barbers
h, Memorial Near Michigan Theatre -
isciples), and
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m New Haven and we p ride ourselves on the fit of our clothes.
Since 1921, we have had one goal: the finest quality at a fair price. Special Purchases, New Low Prices, Outstand-
ing Values? Well, we daresay . . . but at Van Boven we consider ourselves merely good clothiers. And so, we think, will
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