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SIDNEY HERALD Re“ ion SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 2019 13A Cl ' Th Th T By Roger Campbeu has changed to a more ing the protection of and even the world. know they’re true! ers and members must The scene before me was picturesque: a swiftly flowing river bubbling over and around rocks framed by flowering banks and protruding ledges. I was visiting a natural beauty spot but swirling pools of foam caused by detergent being carelessly drained into the river somewhere upstream made the ex- perience bittersweet. Many years have passed since (my jour- ney to that formerly favorite tourist retreat and considering the progress made in clean- ing up the environment I suspect the scene 310 2nd Ave. N.E. Sidney - 406433-2403 www.sidneytrerald.com Plumbing Heating Residential & Commercial 406-482-4027 oisonplumbingandheating.com r We are your story. fiMmhmm, 310 2nd Ave. NE Sidney 0 406-433-2403 www.5idneyherald.com Good News for You since 1962! Listen online: XNLV‘oSYJJ We are your story. Stirring 312mm 310 2nd Ave. NE. Sidney ' 406433-2403 www.5idneyherald.com Rgijjerds ARKET 404 N. Central Ave., Sidney, MT 406433-2305 Shepherd of the valley Lutheran Church Sunday worshlp 9:303m coffee hour to follow Sunday SChOOl 113m ' N 211 E. Holly. Sidney 406453-7479 5“ XNLVSGSQW THE ‘5 LODG Managed by SIDNEY HEALTH CENTER XNLV365941 1015 7th Ave. SW, Sidney - 488-4682 wwwlodgeatlonetreeorg We are your story. mmmmi 310 2nd Ave. N.E. Sidney ' 406433-2403 wwwsidneyheraldxom natural and pleasant one. We’ve made great strides in improving the quality of the water we drink and in the ap- pearance of our rivers and streams. Lakes are cleaner, fish taste better and, though the task is far from finished, clouds that now color our sunsets are less likely to be heavenly mountains of pollution rising from industrial complexes. Does this concern for improving the environ- ment have anything to do with carrying out the will of God on earth? the environment, in- cluding the cultivation and care of the earth so it would remain productive and beauti- ful appear early in the Biblical account of creation (Genesis 2:15). These ancient environ— mental commands have never been revoked and should affect our conduct regarding. everything aroimd every day. ' 32!, But there-islfanother environmental obliga- tiangto consider: our, responsibility to lift"the: moral andspiritu: tone or. the commun ties in'which‘ we‘live, Polluted minds that produce violence and immorality are more dangerous than pol- luted air and water. And if we’re to clean up the most important environment of all we’ll have to begin at home. Our Lord explained that the most serious source of moral pollu- tion is within, saying: “For from within, out of the heart proceed evil thoughts, adul- teries, fornication, . murders, thefts, covet- ousness, wickedness, deceit, licentiousness, an evil eye, blasphemy, pride, foolishness” Let’s face it: evil is rampant among us. Witness the horrifying headlines that greet us daily and the scary content of latenight television news round— ups that disturb our sleep. Can’t we pass laws that will clean up the moral pollution of our time? Don’t count on it. Most lawmakers aren’t likely to tackle cleaning up the moral environ- ment for fear of being accused of trying to legislate morality So the ball is in our court. Churches must become committed to conduct that pleases - their Lord. The Psalmist’s prayer for purity would be a good starting place for us all: “Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in Your sight, 0 LORD, my strength and my redeemer (Psalm 19:14). Let’s clear the air on this important subject. The stimulus needed to produce a better moral and spiritual environ- ment in our land must begin with you and me. Roger Campbell was an author: a broadcaster Yes. Instructions regard- Cartwright St. Michael 8: All Angels E isco al “Church, 01-5 2 9278 or 701-744- 5310, Sunday wor- ship, 12 .m. (CT) Rev. Michael lEaul Circle First Lutheran which would in turn affect our entire nation Fih Aia Summer Sunday School ‘ June 16 —- Sept. 1 Sundays 9:30 -10:45 a.m. Ebenezer Congregational Church V av" (Mark 7:21-23). Pretty strong words but we all nce Churh 7.x take the lead in stand- ing up to moral pollut- and columnist who was a pastor for 22 years. 10 a.m., Thursday thmwmwmy Bsrpggguenuc. {it}; °;i6h§;'“- A/C REFRIGERATION Rhee", , T k. y. g ' ~Saies~Service~Repair gen/ idsnight. 607 2nd St SE is. Sidney Latheran Sidney ' " Brethren Church, 1 100 Madison Lane, 405433-2209, Sum- mer-Sunda Worship Service 10: 0 a.m.; School Year - Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Sun- XNLV365946 406-482-4744 Kalberer We are your story. Church, worship ser— vice Sunday 11 a.m., Sunda school 9:45 118 4th Ave NW, Sidney Aes 4 - Teen day Worshi Service 11 a.m.; ednesday Nights , Supper 5:45 p.m., Confirmation Kid’s Club 6 mmmmi 310 2nd Ave. NE. Sidney - 406433-2403 www.5idneyherald.com a.m., astor Wade Brinkoph 406-485- 3660, 1200 C Ave, Circle. . , Church, worship Farrvrew 9 a.m., Sunday Community Pres- school 10 a.m., byterian Church, 406.485.3660, Pastor corner 4th and Central, Service at 9 a.m., Kelly Sloan is pastor. Fairview Alliance Church, 702 Western Ave., 742-5425, Kelly Sloan, pastor, Sunday 1 1 a.m., St. Catherine’s Catholic Church, mission church, 309 West 7th, 742—5293, Fr. Jim O’Neil, Mass 8 a.m., preschool - 8th grade religion educa- tion classes Sunday at 9 a.m.; senior high religion education classes Wednesday at p.m. St. John Lutheran Church, 310 Ellery Ave., 742-5332. Sunda worshi 8:30 a.m., undo School 9:30 a.m., unday Bible Study 7:30 a.m. Communion every Sun- day, Rev. R. Preus Zion Lutheran Church, 309 S. Cen- tral, phone 742-5523. Sunda worship 9 a.m., en's Bi le study Tuesday 6:30 a.m., Wednesda Night Worship, :45 p.m., Women’s Bible Study, Thursday, 6:30 a:m., LWR Sewing: Tuesday 9:30 a.m., monthly high school youth meeting. Lambert Christian 8: Mis- sionary Alliance Church, 10 a.m., Sunda school for all ages. orning worship at 1 1 a.m. Pastor, Den- nis Gugger, 419-308- 9328 First Lutheran Church, Sunday worship service and Sunday school at 5:30 p. m St. Theresa’s Catholic Church, Mass schedule, Sundays, 11:30 a.m.; mission church of St. Matthew’s, Sidney, 406- 482-1068, Fr. Jim O’Neil .Riche American Lut eran Wade Brinkoph. Christian Mission- ary Alliance, Rev- erend Paul Sponheim, Worship Service 10:30 a.m., Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. St. Frances de Sales Catholic Church, 406-485-3520, Richey, Sunday 4:30 p.m. eucharistic service. United Methodist Church, worshi ser- vice 8:30 a.m. Sirnday Savage First Congregational Church, UCC 102 ~ 2nd Ave. 3., 406- 776-2403, or office 406-433-3707. Sun- day morning worshi and Sunday school a.m. Communion first Sunday of every month and Holy Days, Pastor Neil Lindorff. First Lutheran Church ELCA, 294 4th Ave. 5., 406-776-2218. Sunday school 8 a.m., Sunday Worship 9 a.m. Pastor Tim Thar . St. Michael’s Catho ic Church, mission church, Sunday Mass at 9 a.m. Fr. Jim O'Neil, mission of St. Matthew's Sidney, 406- 482-1068. Yellowstone Com- munity Church, 173 Mesa, 406776-2236, Sunday school 9:45 a.m., Worship 10:45 a.m.; Pastor, Butch Hart. Sidney All Thin s Are Pos-.' .' siblo inistries, Pastor Pat McWilliams, 406-478-9101, Wor- ship services for adults and children, Sunda 10:30 a.m., at 154 Sunflower Lane in Sidney ' Bible a tist Church, 502 S. entral, 406- 482-3706, Pastor Mike Backhaus, Sunday worship, 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., Sunday schoo 10 a.m., Wednesday Bible study p.m. Carpenter’s Church, corner of Sixth Avenue and 11th Street SE, 405482-3028, Sun- da school for all ages 9: 0 a.m., morning worship 10:30 a.m., evenin worship6 p.m., ednesday Bible study 6 p.m. Church of Christ, 905 4th St. SW, 406-433- 3456, Sunday worship 11 a.m., Bible study 10 a.m. "A place you are alwa s welcome." Church o Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1215 5th St. SW, 406—482-3250 church office and Famil Histor Center, 406- 82-62 3 church buildin , or 406-482- 6340. ishop. Britt Poulson. Sacrament; meetin 10 a.m.,‘Sun- day Sc ool 1,v1:10a.m.- and Priesthood Relief Society 12:10 p.m. Heaven to Earth Pentecostal Church 218 Third St. NE, Sidney, Pastor Mike Shaffer, 406-478- 1069, Sunday Morning Worship Service, 11 , a.m.; Tuesday pro er, p.m.; Thursday ible study, p.m.; Friday yout , 7 p.m.; Services in English and Spanish. Bible Study, www.hte. heaventoearthsidney. corn, Member of United Pentecostal Church international. Ebenezer Congre- ational Church, 18 4th Ave. NW, 406-433-2654, Pastor David Meehan, Sunday school 9:30 a.m., worship service 10:50 a.m., Monday, 5:45, Men’s Bible stud and Tuesda , 5: 0 Women’s Bi le study, Wednesday, 6 ig " and 6:30 p.m. schoolat Meehans home, bus service available call 406- 488-2654 if you need a ride. Faith Chapel Sidney, Sunday Service 10am. at Rau School, 12138 Co Rd 350 Sidney. Phone: (406) 869- 1645. Website: sidney. faithchapel.cc. Faith Alliance Church, 301 E. Main, 406-433-1112, Pastor Paul Turek, Youth Group: Worshi service 8:30 am an 11 a.m., 9:45 a.m. Small Groups Youth groups; 7-12th grade Wednesday 7 p.m. Fellowship Church, 2181 W. Holly, 406- 433-4004, Pastor Jordan Hall, Sunday service at 10:45 am. Sunday school at 9:45 a.m., Wednesday Bible study and prayer 7 p.m., www.pastor]or- don.blogs ot.com Lonsdale Bnited Methodist Church, 201 3rd Ave. SE, 406- 478-4199, Sunday worship service 1 a.m. Pastor Sione Fungalei. Pella Lutheran Church ELCA, 418 West Main, Pastor Audrey Rydbom. Sun-‘ day service, 9 a.m., [radio broadcast on .-KTHC-FM-95. 1 ; www. "m pellachurch.net; 406- 433-3350. . Peoples Congre a- tional Church, CC 405 101h Ave. SW, 406- 433-3707, Sunda morning worship l a.m., Sunda school 9:45 a.m., ammun- ion first Sunda every month and Ho y clays, Adult bible studies Tuesda , 1:30 .m., Pastor hieil Lindbrff. Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church AALC, 21 1 E. Hall St., Pastor David Hus amp, 406-433- Sunday worship 9:30 a.m.; Fellowship 10:30 a.m., Sunday school 11 a.m., Wed. Kid's time youth group, 6:30 p.m. Sidney Church of the Nazarene, corner of Lincoln and 9th St. SW., 406-488-1956, Pastor Richard Evans, arsonage 406-488- 8858, www.5idney- nazarene.webs.com., Sunda Services 1 1 a.m., unday School .m., Adult Bible Stud) & Youth Group 7de p.m., Senior Pastor: Rev. Mike Husse , lntern Pastor: Mars Harper, WWW. mylightonthehillor Sidney Seventh- ay Adventist, 2475 S. Central Ave., Pastor Kevin McDaniel 443- r 480-7777, Saturday Sabbath school 9:30 a.m., Sabbath Worship 10:45 a.m. St. Matthew’s Catho- lic Church, 219 7th St. SE, 406-433-1068, Fr. Jim O’Neil rec- tory office; 406-433- 2510, Parish Center office, Saturday Mass 5:30 p.m., Sunday Mass 9:30 a.m. The Church of God, Pastor H. David Lam, 406488-2836, Bible Study, Tuesday, p.m., Worship Service Sab bath, Saturday, 9:30 a.m., 814 6th St. NE 18th Ave. NE 6th St. NE, on the truck u kerson evenson Funeral Home 315 20d Street NW 0 Sidney. MT 4064832805 - wwwlutkersonscom Owner Mitch Shirk msbuiiders©midriverscom 406433-2431 08151/23rd St. NE, Sidney f. Insurance Agency “Serving the MonDak Area since 1961” rpm?) hug:sz gnaw. 114 2nd Ave. S.E., Sidney Lrec urc ogo sr ney. WWW 406 4334 411 Trinity Lutheran Church, 214s. Lin- coln Ave., 433-2050, Rev. R Preus, Sunday School/ Bible Study 9:15 a.m., church services, 10 am Skaar Grace Lu- theran Church ELCA, Skaar, N.D., church office 701-776- 2218, 701-776-2219, second Sunday 1 1 :30 a.m. at Squaw Gap Community Hall with potluck; fourth Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Pastor is Tim Tharp. St. Catherine’s Catholic Church, lJli\ll u SLTheresa’s Catholic Church, tannin it St. Matthew's Catholic Church, Sliliiiv EVERYONE WELCOME Trinity Lutheran Church Starting Jan. 6, at 214 S. Lincoln Ave, Sidney- Sunday School starts 9:15 a.m., 8: Church Service begins at a 10 a.m., 406433-2050 XNvass Charley Creek St. Bernard’s Catholic Church Sunday wor- gship, 10:30 a.m. We are your story. ,mmmm 310 2nd Ave. NE. Sidney ' 406433—2403 www.53dneyhereld.com We are your story. mmmm 310 2nd Ave. NE Sidney 4064332403 wwsidneyheraldoom