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By Ruth Smith see him at the wheel of a or pulling lumber and don't to recognize him, his big ive him away, for Pastor Kramer, minister at the Free Methodist Church in works full-time at Company as well. work and pastor at pasturing again, but decided not to really look. Rita was raised in the Sheridan/Willamina area, and this is where we ended up finding a house, so we stayed. It's interesting how that worked out." "In the meantime we had found a church that we felt emphasized the family, God's word, and individual spiritual growth, and decided this that my life would be nothing but work because my last two years at Bible school I was working full-time, taking a full load at school, and pasturing too. Needless to say, I was busy. And it's not let up since, though I think it's enjoyable." How does one manage with such a schedule? "it's a whole family commit- ! Wednesday, February 8, 1989, The Sun 11 History book to be printed "Old Yamhill - The Early History of Its Cities and Towns." This book was first published in 1976 and the limited number of copies were soon sold out. Since then many other people have wanted to buy one. The Yamhill County Historical Society believes it is important to keep this book available. The information has been compiled by time?Pastor Kramer was the church for us. It's kind of ment," Pastor Kramer added. "Just Ruth Stoller from state, county and . , unusual to be able to sit in a church something you have to do with a city records, contemporary news- 0t 19 years of pasturing, I ve for 10 months with no intention of family our size. But we do take time ~ ! i papers, and local histories written by 13 of those years at a pasturing." for the kids, going to the ocean or ..... residents of the various com- e .job. Our ministry has "Then Pastor Gilliland resigned camping, and we always find time on .... munities. Many old photos have also arty been troubleshooting-- and the ministry board of the Free Saturdays. We figure it's not $~ been reproduced in its pages. u..uttle churches and getting Methodist Church interviewed us, on quantity time, but quality. And I try t~. :::~ In order to get the book reprinted !tit up again." the church's recommendation and to make an effort not to say 'I'm too ~!;i, :: ~ it is necessary for the society to sell a worked for Weyerhauser our interest, and asked us to pastor, busy. Come talk to us some other ........ ~ ~?:~: ~( +~ limited number of books in advance lraY first pastorate, then as a The transition was real smooth." time.' They know we're busy. The The Krom r { "" of publication. lubricator technician onPastor Kramer, who has dishes and clothes get done, and e arn|]y If you are interested in having one )ub~sard.s in Newberg, as a ministered at five churches everybody has their jobs to do But Rita and Aaron Kr ............ or more of these books you may i;~_drtver for five years, and previously, decided on this occupa- ," amer pose With Inert tour Children, Item ......... n rice of somehow we have free time.' lef ............ brier at me pre-punncauo p , l, rkalrlna, Bemany, James ano Jeremy ~,.~e janitor at my previous tion whilein college. He adds: ' People in the church " $10 by calling Barbara Knutson, uutI enjoy working while "Originally I wanted to be a ....... .~'; . " . "My philosophy ot ministry " the niche. Rita's family is here and we " ~s;:;:?obtT;::eltegll;leeSaTe forester, as I enjoyed mountain andahave been understandinOscneaule to Keep ann it nelpst IhaVeme to .......... ...... ' ..... , : , 843-2069 Anril Wooden, 876-4664. ..... pastor snared, "Is mat It ought to oe reel that we've come back home. P P cliff climbing, camping, and hiking, balance my time. 1 do most ot my i ' gives you an unlimited While in college, however, I had to ........ B ble centered and hfe related It And from the nrosnectwe of an [ I~~ [i counsenmg wnen t ~et nome irom ....... " '- "- I ~ IPX..7 ~ I~ ~_0f Illustrations. I mean you make a choice of standing up for the work and eo le kno~v th Y .... ought to De relevant. And my JOb as outdoorsman how much better can] ~1,,~//~--~._ t[ p p at. ct ,.y as .... ' v,m~. ~ -. , ~arn a lot of patience, taking Lord or not. I witnessed to my time is flexible when people" are ..P tor~ IS ...... to be a stgnpost pointing you get--halfway betweeng, the ocean I1'1~v[~l/l~'ii6/ll~qlLY] llilll l l ilk t![i ~P at a hme, doing what you roommate and buddies and found it needing .... someone to talk to And Rita me 'ay to Odd." .... and the mountains. I,all mill 1-1 lr" Ii r~ still smiling''' kind of natural. Then doors started " .," As busy as he is does Pastor "One ofthese days l mlght just be I"lllllllfllk I ~s the same way reople are ' . l/lll', a, ramer and his family, opening for me to share about the .' ., . Kramer have h,s mghts on anything a full-time pastor. I think that at [ Join II ~,Who works at The Sun, and Lord in youth groups and churches, Important to us, ann we're wiuing to ...... 9 " - ........ ~ I# "-~-r, ~-~ /-y'-,-x- - t ..... else in tne tuture, every church i go to. taut mat s a I~ ~..'x~.-.. ~ ~ua I ~aren, Katrina, 16, Jeremy, and finally I just knew, that, come b ywrebaerea endnns r-mT ewrehe "We're looking at a long term goal. l like to think working full-time [ ~ inwo~hin [ ~es, 11, and Bethany, 8, the next year, I'd be going to Bible . ." ,.~ ' . . Y' pastorate. We'd alread3t bought is a means to an end, not an end in ] N~('~~ at "1 it, is a me--not a job or occupation ...... . .............. I - "t,~a ~,'~')~ I i~ere August of 1987 after school," Pastor Kramer recalled. . . . . some lanu ngurlng we mtgnt reure ltseli. Ann , expect someday--me t ~,~,~../z.r--- I ag a church in Bise, Idah. "I didn't at that time know what orienTh:d' 'Cthh:Lstl~ n o~tei#'' fwai~lYa here someday, never knowing we'd way the church and the area is [ " ~RI-CITY ] ~eout here to work as an ministry it would be, whether youth .... ' Pr" ' . be living here sooner. But we're growing--we'll be pasturing full- I _ _ I mole quizteam lorthe young people h ' ' Vroo Mofh.ri;,:t ' .... " ........... appy and feel that we ve found our time. / Free Methodist ~naplain We resigned our work or the pastorate. I thought it on weunesaay mgnts mat l, uta IS "MAE;;St'~t~,a~,~li~mZ I n Boise as there was apastor might be youth work, as the first involved with, a Christian Life club tevvsarandchild I Maln&DStreets, Wilhunina ]] e for them and moved out three years of Bible school I worked for the children rayer meetm and " '=' Services ~rewe had heard the jobs at Teen Challenge with drug addicts " ' p ' g School board meets IServices: II worship services and a church choir honored of Dallas ISun. 9:30am Sunday School II ,. At that time, the United and alcoholics on skid row. that began just before Christmas." Distance education, a report by I 10~g Worship I] ~kfrs Union was going to Pastor Kramer has a partner, Besides this full schedule the" Jan Davidson of West Valley Aca- Darlene M Levy grand-daughter I ""~~orsh'i'~ 11 also soonsore_ d a Kids" Crusade, last demy and a review of next school of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Levy of Sheri- [ ~:L/ng=::,~tp. ]1 e~aplams from each of thehowever, who has been working with , y . - " ' : p g orsmp Uminations. They thought him in ministry since the were in week with Frank and Helen Shier --f year's budget, will be some of the to- dan has been selected as a member I .......""" L""qU .......II ~le on the job, who might not Bible school together. Y " " " W" " , ' . . loum "n ..... ,,.,..; .... r~ .... .4 ....plcs to be discussed at the illamlna of Outstanding High School Students [ . . /uL" [I I"tO talk to their bosses or "Rita and I started a King's Teen Frank' Shier'useeed'"to~be i"'n~aa;3uih school board meeting Monday night, of America. She attends Dallas High ] l'sa~;l~l~RnT~.~er [I needed someone to counselClub in Redmond, Wash.." he group of theirs at a previous church The meeting is scheduled for 7:30 School. o,~--,,m.,, o,u..,tmo he stock market crash explained "and worked together in or Kramer ministered. " " I ] rYbody and they decidedTeen Chailenge and other ministries where Past p m at the Grand Ronde Elementary e !hree more years." throughout college. She felt a call to ~ I t I eady had a job working the ministry the same as I did. Our paper, so we decided to last year of college we were associate ~ ~ ] I U~V~I~I~ glM " ] ~dwork as we had debts pastors together as part of our . | ~m our previous church, classroom study." [ I rca I [ - where old world dmrm sh!| |we$. [ intentions of probably "I should have had a good idea J...a J V " .... ._..__...-- I v ,,..,. Xqo I I Unsurpassed scenery - triend,y I I Te tI IIE I I people- good value! 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Third st.,I I McMinnvillel l w+.1 .... 472-5127 843-24241 W LOVE IS MUCH MORE THAN CARDS ON VALENTINE'S DAY about a week from now be a special day we all have made a vow Send what will portray we love someone we know, t Words that will combine lacy hearts and cupid's bow red and white design. extends beyond a card someone else to read; ,t eant to show our deep regard helping those in need. lessons underscore messages divine: love is infinitely more just a Valentine. -- Gloria Nowak s is my that ye They do not love one another as that do not show loved you." their love. 15 -- William Shakespeare Assembly of God Church, 919 SV~' 2nd, Sheridan. 843-3277. Sunday School 9:30 am. Church & childrens church 10:30 am. Evening evange- listic services 6 pm (Monthly sing- spiration). Mens basketball Monday 7 pro. Womens aerobics T-T-F 9 am. Wednesdays 7 pm Family Night: Rainbows (ages 2-4), Missionettes (girls 5-12), Royal Rangers (boys 5-12), Youth Alive (teens) and adult Bible study, Womens Ministries 1st & 3rd Thursdays 10 am. 1st Thurs- day 7 pm Family Activity Night. Larry A. Dill. Pastor. Assembly of God, 330 S. Main St.. Willamina. Pastor Mick Owings. Phone 876-4424. Sunday School for all ages 9:45 am. Morning Worship Service 10:45 am. Youth Alive 5 pro. Evening service - praise, worship singspiration, testimonies, family life 6 pm. Wednesday adult Bible study 7 to 8:30 pro. Sheridan Christian Church, 121 NE Yamhill, Sheridan. 843-2094. Jim Harris, Minister. Office hours: Mon. -Fri. 8-11:30 am. Sunday School 9:45 ant. Worship Service 10:45 am. Childrens church up to 4th grade during adult worship. Nursery for all worship & Sunday School programs. Sunday evening service 7 pm. Mid- week Bible study & prayer 7:30 pm. Contact the church for home Bible study times & locations. Christian Church, 200 SE Baker. Willamina, 876-2097. Dennis Morley Minister. Sunday services: Bible School 9:45 am, morning worship 11 am, evening worship 6:30 pm. Wed- nesday: adult prayer breakfast at the Rocket Cafe at 6 am; youth meeting for 4th grade through high school at 7 pm. Adults home Bible study 7 pm. The Church of God of Prophecy, Agency Creek Road, Grand Ronde, 879-5034. Sunday School 9:45 am. Morning Worship 11 am. Evening evangelistic service 6 pm. Wednes- day service 7 pm. .Everyone welcome. Pastor James R. Willis. Bethel Church of Bethel, I mile east of 99W. Phone 843-3079. Sunday School 10 am, service I1 am. Wed- nesday evening Bible study 7:30 pm. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Willamina Ward. Meeting schedule: 9 am Sacrament meeting, 10:15 Sunday School, Primary; ! 1:!0 Relief Society, Priesthood meeting. Church of the Nazarene, 917 S. Bridge, Sheridan, 843-3262. Sunday School 9:30 am. Worship I I am. Youth meeting 5 pm. Evening wor- ship 6 pro. Wednesday prayer meet- ing 7 pro. Caravan 7 pro. Mike Lemont, Pastor. Church in the Wildwood, Hebo Rd., Hwy. 22, Grand Ronde. Sunday Service 10 am. Church I I am. Sun- day evenings 6 pro. Pastor Hugo Krehbiel. Emmanuel Lutheran Church, LCA. 315 S. Main, Willamina. 876-6844. Worship Service & Sunday School 10:30 am. Good Shepherd Catholic Church, E. Main & Hill Streets. Sheridan. 843-2206. Saturday Vigil Mass 5 pro. Sundays I I am. Weekdays, Wed.. Thurs. & Fri. 9 am. Pastor James Crunican. Grand Ronde Nazarene Church, Pastor DuaneSlocum. 879-5297. Sunday School 10:00 am. morning worship I1:00 am. Sunday evening service 6:30 pm. Salt Creek Baptist Church, 12 miles cast of Sheridan on Salt Creek Church Road. Sunday School 9:45 am. Morning worship I1 am. Eve- ning service 6 pm. Nursery provided. Pastor Perry Kallis. Assistant Pastor Linus Toland. Phone 623-2976. Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 220 NW Sherman, Sheridan, 843-2967. Sabbath School 9:30-11 am. Worship service 11-12. Wednesday prayer meeting 7:30 pm. Community Ser- vices Center open Wednesdays 10 am to 3 pro. Grand Ronde Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Salmon River Hwy. (Hwy. 18) I mile east of Grand Ronde. Pastor Lutz Binus, Rt. 1, Box 278, Willamina, OR 97396. 876-2550. Head Elder Howard Hamel, phone 879-5276. Worship Service Saturday 11 am. Sabbath School 9:30 am. Tri-City Free Methodist Church, Main & D Streets, Willamina. 976-4085. Sunday School 9:30 am. Worship 10:45 am. Sunday evening service 6 pm. Prayer service 7 pm Wednesday. Aaron Kramer, Pastor. Home phone 876-4688. St. Michael's Church, Hwy. 22 and Agency Rd., Grand Ronde. 879-5122 Saturday Mass 7 pm. Sunday Mass 9 am. Weekday Mass, Tues. 11 am. Pastor James Crunican. Sheridan Baptist Church, 643 E. Main St.. Sheridan. Sunday School 9:45 am. Morning Service 11 am. Question & Answer Time 6 pm. Evening worship 7 pm. Wednesday evening prayer service 7 pm. Pastor Joel Boyce, 843-3158. Sheddan Mennonite Church, 240 SW Madison. Sunday School 10 am. Worship 11 am. Evening worship 6 pm. Mid-week Bible study 7:30 pro. Pastor Sterling Roth, 470 SW Chap- man Street. Phone 843-4684. Trinity Lutheran Church, 318 SE Sheridan Rd.. Sheridan. Pastor Harold Roellig. Office 843-4747. home 623-3506. Sunday School 9 am. family worship service 10:30 am. Union Baptist Church, 8805 Har- mony Road, Sheridan. Sunday School is followed by preaching at 11 am. John R. Blalock, Pastor. United Methodist Church, 234 N. Bridge St.. Sheridan. Sunday School 9:45-10:45 am. Worship 11:00 am. Morning Prayer daily, Monday thru Friday 7:15-7:45 am. Bible study, Mondays 7:00 pm. United Methodist Women: First Wednesday, each month, 2:00 pro. Choir practice: Wednesdays 6:30 pm, Steve Walker, choir director. Pastor: Craig Tarter- Strobel. 843-2776. United Methodist Church, B & 4th Sts.. Willamina. Sunday worship q:30 am. Rev. Craig S. Tarter- Strobel, Pastor. Grand Ronde: Worship service 10-11 ant. key. Jerry Peters, Pastor. 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