A list of Sunday programs Jack and Betty Jallings led or participated in from 1970 to 1998:

1970 April 5 - Betty Jallings, "The Thing and I"
1977 May 14 - Betty Jallings, "Why We Boycott"
1979 May 20 - Jack Jallings, "Will You still Love Me When I'm 64"
1980 Aug. 3 - Betty Jallings and Julie Bonser, "Prisons"
1985 Aug. 25 - Betty Jallings, Lynda Lewis, Bob & Linda Nelson, Carol Ives, "How Shall We Grow?"
1985 Nov. 17 - Jack Jallings, Pat Watkins, Doleta Chapru, Marty Drapkin, Rachel Siegfried, "Life Without Work"
1995 March 19 - Jack Jallings, "Welfare Issues"
1995 March 26 - Jack Jallings, "Welfare Issues"
1996 March 3 - Betty Jallings, "The Bible and the Koran"
1996 March 31 - Betty Jallings, "The Chalice and the Blade"
1996 May 5 - Betty Jallings, "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
1998 Sept. 6 - Betty Jallings and Karen Gross, "Putting Labor Back in Labor Day"

In 1989 Jack organized a 9 part lay ministry on Fundamental Changes are Necessary for which he arranged the following programs:
March 12 - Norma Briggs, "Children's Rights vs Parent's Rights"
March 19 - Annie Laurie Gaylor, "Blind Spots"
April 2 - John Ohliger, "If Learning Never Ends, Does Living Ever End?"
April 9 - Dan Wikler, "The Ethics of Rationing Health Care"
April 23 - Diane Greenley & Robert Mohelnitzke, "The Stigma of MentaI Illness"
April 30 - Denny Caneff, "Rural Wisconsin"
June 4 - Clarence Kailin, "What's the future of Socialism?"
June 11 - Sally Franz, "A Non-Violent Terrorist Prepares For the 21st Century"
June 25 - Van R. Potter, "Global Bioethics"