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Page 6 - MALAKOFF NEWS - Sept. 18, 1975 Attend the Church of your Q lnt erden o m inationa Church Log Cabin Estat \\; More than 100 people cele- brated the in'st anniversary of the interdenominational church at Log Cabin Estates Easter Sunday. The church first began worship services four years ago, but the number of permanent residents at that time was too few to support it regularly. It was reorganized Easter Sunday, 1974 and Rev. Rob- ert Simpson, Chaplain of the Veterans Administration Hospital in Dallas, brought the first message. Services at the church begin at 9:30 each Sunday morning. As in most other churches, congregational singing, prayers and a sermon fill the worship hour. After the message, most people stay for a coffee and a brief visit. "Dinner on the Grounds" is also well attended on special Sundays. The building for the church is provided by the developers of Log Cabin Estates. Hymnals are borrowed but the congregation is enjoying a new piano donated by several members. A student from Dallas Baptist Seminary preaches on the first Sunday of each month" Rev. Sam Calk of the Malakof( Assembly of God Church brings the message on second Sundays. A Baptist lay-witness, Everett Wiilard, of Dalas, speaks on third Sundays. The pulpit is filled on the Fourt Sunday of each month by speakers supplied by Rev. David Hutchi_ns, pastor of First United Meth- odist Church in Malakoff. Rev. Hptchins also has made himself available to LCE church members for counseling. The church is appreciative of the support from these Malakoff churches, as well as the Malakoff Church of Christ, which has pews and Bibles. On fifth Sundays, ices are conducted by l singing groups. The Family of services earlier this will be back in Grand Company of ville, held services Day Weekend. will give a special concert Sept. 28 at 2 the Big Red Barn. Members of LCE extend an open all area residents visitors to join worship. \\; \\; Sponsored By Our Local Merchants Citizen's State Bank Suds & Suds first State Bank of Trinidad Bill Bradshaw Insurance Agency I I I Kirby's I IIIII I II Hounsel Service Station Phillip's Food Malakoff Food Fare Drake Oil Co. II I II I Malakoff Insurance Agency I ] I Hardy's Rexall Phillip's Appliance !, II I III II Smith Drug & Variety Tanner Motor Co. Donnell's Fashions IIII III Malakoff News