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CHURCH OF THE COVENANT
CoB>ertlf?t Avrove a a* N Street.
Rev. Ckarlrs Wood, D. D.. Minister Rev. Howard D. Tifkott, Aulataat
5:36?Sunday School, with mert'n and women's cIimps
11:00?Morning service. Sermon by Rev. Howard D. Talbott.
Jj:45?Christian Endeavor Supper, followed by Vesper Service.
7:45?Special instrumental music. . j
8:00?Evening Service. Sermon by Rev. Howard D. Talbott.
8:00?Thursday, Midweek Prayer Service.
1\ /I , 1Spiritual Nature Should B4 Central Presbyterian Church
I Metropolitan Cultivated, Pastor Says. (Soutiwr* lutnUri p
| Sixteenth and Irring Sta. N. W.
rresbvterian ,If h ,he privilege ,?d du?y REV. JAMBS? Ta?lor. d. ....
wvuuu of every one to cultivate his Paator.
c*?_.l __ j o spiritual nature with even more * A
Fourth and B Streets Southeast diiigence than he cultivates his 9:30 ?-:!? ?^inday Schoo< and
FREELEY ROHRER, Pastor mental and social and physical ii:00 a. m ?Preaching by the
_ _ , ? , _ well being, declares Dr. James pastor.
Rev. Emanuel Breeze of Gran- H. Tavlor oastor of Central 5:0? p. m.?Westminster league,
ville, Ohio will preach both Presbyterian Church. 6:15 P?0 ?7Sie. h?Ur '?r
morning and evening. The church, with its regular' 7:00 p. m.?Christian Kndeavor.
9:30a.m.?Bible School. services open to all who may 8:00 m-?E.C,J? Meeting from
ljrooa. m.?Morning Worship. wish to come, offers an oppor- g:#0 "^^Thursda'y6?^Prayer III
7:00 p.m.?Christian Endeavor tunity for spiritual instruction, service. j,:i
Soeietie* meditation and prayer. It is ?_ I
7:43P-m- Evening Worship. S EASTERN 1
?? Jesus Christ gave to men that nnrCDVTTDTlftl fUIIDfU II
ECKING TON the moral fiber of the rfation I rKfcoDl ILnlAN vUUnLQ II
w. Capital. por. Florida Are. wiU be-improved, its character sutk s?. ?d Md. Ave. N. K. |j
suss! E. B.^ D. d, P...?
bet. H. E. BatJKDAGE, Minuter. church is the one great organi- 11 :oo a. m.?Subject, "Speaking." ID
Dunne ?i? Paitor? Absence zation solely committed to the 7:45 p. m.?The Pastor will III
ket. loyal w. madden. ?f Iliinoit. ,"a,ise of righteousness. speak on the Young ||l
Will occupy the pulpit. The ppen doors of the church People's Conference III
Sunday School. ?:? a. m. Public wor- constitute an invitation to every from which he lias II
*hip, with ?ermon. ii a m.. 8 p. a. man, woman and child to enter recently come,
r. *;. 7_p^.m' Eyealng anion nervicee an(j worship God. To decline 9:30a.m.?Bible School.
!" Vuxust >t r ^Churoh. 'straafTO the invitation is to starve the 7:00p. m.?Young People'sIB
*pifOB?. Seats free. soul. Meeting. j!j
NEW YORK AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
, New York Ave., l.Tth and H Sta.
DR. W ALLACE RADCL1FFK, Paster. Rev. REGINALD ROWLAND, AwUlant !|
10:00 A. M.?Bibfte School. Sinking and Speaker.
> 11:00 A. M.?Public Worship. Rev. J. R. Fleming. D. D., of Edinburgh. Scotland.
7.00 p. M.?C. E. Vesper Service at Sylvan Theatre.
No Evening Service. Near the Hotels.
St. Paul's English Lutheran LUTHERANS CLAIM BROAD I llfL^r P|a?? |
Church ' platform. turner riace
Kleveatb Sad H Streets \. W. . IV 4 * 1 /"M. 1 HI
He. jokB t. Middle, u. o.. Memorial v^nurch
? Paator. . The United Lutheran Church
11 a. m.?Sermon by the in America holds that the church Vrrtnoat Avenue at
pastor. of Jesus Christ is the body of Thomas circle
7 p. m.?Ycung Peoples' ?" truf believers, irrespective of 0 ? D ^
Meehnff denomination, which are but _ !
o" Al . ? , Paster. ;!
Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. the vair'?us e'cLments of ,hat ;j|
great body. This aims to be Lather Place Memorial Church. |
Church of the Reformation the broadest platform of spirit- at Thomai circle, extends you a H
The church "that la met on a hill" ua' un'ly that can be drawn, nearty invitation to its services III
Penna. A*e- nod B street states a prominent Lutheran. tomorrow. Its It o'clock service |||
???*"? ?- The United Lutheran Church will be short. wtth,a sermon not U|
Visitor," mVy !omhln*'?.r vl.lt stands for broader education, more than 25 minutes long, by a |
te iMn bisterle rharrk, nearent ^ constructive citizenship, for )a?tor who knows people knd IH
white church to the l". s. Capl- aggressive effort to make this how to talk to them. At 7:30 in |||
c.'ilt"!' -S? "Jlbrn'rV.'oundV ,,bt.tter' cIea.ne,r' happier, more the evening W. li. Butler. M D., I
Waahlagton's nupreme beauty wholesome world to live in, he the son of the founder of the In
?? ? continued. It considers the conKresation and its pastftr for H
vL'l SrrS. .Vl^k. .Christi?? ehurchcs of the coun- forty years, will lead the Chris-1
We try to make oar nummer try as the nation s morale build- Man Endeavor meeting. Every-1
services shorter, but better. ers for peace times. " l>ody invited. All seats free.
The Volunteers Christian Science I
^ A Chnrche* of Christ. Scientist. I
1 A Branches of The Mother <*hurrh. The Flrnt Q
^\T* 1^ Church of Chrtat. Scientist, in Bo?ton. H
Flr?t Church of Christ, Scientist. !i
Columbia road and Euclid ?t. !i
General and Mrs. second Church of Christ, Sdentut.
N- E Masonic Temple. *th and F N. E. II
T| Ral1m/rf/\n D^iL Third Church of Christ, Scientist. I
DolimglOn DOOtn Masonic Temple. ISth and N. T. At*. H
P | 1 Y ? Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist. I
nflHr rounders and Leaders t,m! Arcade, uth and park rd. ;
Subject: "Ufa." ; I
The Volunteers of America Will Give snndar. 11 a. n. and ? p. m.
A|jfl 8econd Church?Snnday eTening service |||
its Annual discontinued until September.
SUNDAY 8CUOOL?11 |
WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETINGS. H
FREE EXCURSION I
W a^savwaii/SVil 10 to 9 (Wed., 10 to 7, snd Sun. and It]
I II m holidsya, 2:30 to 5:30). ||l
I A For Poor Children and 9 (except Wed. e?e., Sundays and jtt
mothers 148 East Capitol St. Hours. 12 to 7 m
(except Wed.. 12 to 6; 2:30 to R|
to The Arcade. and Park rd. (second 111
Soar). to 5:30 wek also to D
9 p. nr. (except Wedcesdsys). |
Brl CHESAPEAKE BEACH
sh| the pethlehrm vhapbl d
1 fflQM \% I aeon a in A venae N. W? near H|
M OH FRIDAY, AUGUST 5th Holy Co munion, 7:30 a. m. , jl
^v.' Morning Prayer and Litany, 1
BaLS WE NEED YOUR CHECKfODAf prye.?hr?hnrSe.anndnsSmr^l
^ People's Open Air Service and |||
Sermon?Preacher, the Rt. Rev. |H
n , , . m u . 4 ^ Thomas C. Dar?t, D. D.. Bishop l||
Due hind* not coming promptly, it wa? neceuary to postpone of East Carolina, 4-.o. p. m.HI
. Vake Wisconsin Avenue and HI
tBt ezevnon. Georgetown Cars.
Special attention is called to
Make all check, payable to the Volunteer, of America. Mail & ?r Mc'h?a? W'L"
to Adjutant Richard L. Grainger, 2909 M St N. W., phone Wert 1
2426. International Bible Stadent,
^ ' Auociation. ,
ca-rea ,f Lite ..a j.t CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION PTTHIA1' auwronnni,
SUNDAY,*JULT Tlth l=?a M.?. A?. lil, ttk St. V. V.
11:## a. m.?Heallac service. Holy Communion, 8 a. m J T". M.?Lecture by J. H. L
Students, College of Divine Morning Prayer'and Serman. Trautfelter, of Baltimore, Md.
Metaphysics. 11:00 a. m. Subject:
,:00 H?r?.o.- Tfce Rev. Albert E. ClaUeab.es "THB END OF THE WORLD."
noted teaaher. Divin^'scf- will preach. 5 and 7:45 P. M.?Bible studies.
enee' Vlslt?r? se?rdlall7 weleame. Seats free. All welcome.
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Liences which make for honorable living, ju
uld be exerted to the utmost. Working in tl
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Lutheran Home for Aged
Here dwell in peace the precious heart* we hold so dear;
The smiling hps, the tender eyes, the silvered hair.
Those gentle souls who, treed from'toil and anxious fear.
Now find, like storm-tried ships, a haven safe and fair.
(Second of the Series of Articles Telling of the Churches' '
John Burroughs once said: "The morning has its delights
and its enticements, the moon has its triumphs and its satisfactions,
but there is a charm and a tranquillity and a spiritual uplift about
the close of day that belong to neither." It is with something
of this feeling that one approaches the National Lutheran Home
for the Aged at Washington, D. C. Situated on a gentle hill
overlooking the Capital City, with the dome of the Capitol. Library
of Congress, Washington Monument and other public buildings
dimly seen in the distance, with all the quiet surroundings of
simple, pastoral life, it is hard ot find a picture more inspiring or
more beautiful, and withal so appealing to the tenderest emotions
of the human heart. The morning and the full moon lie yonder
before you, but here we have the charms and tranquillity and
spiritual uplift of the close of the day.
The Home came into existence in answer to a felt need of the
church. At the General Synod in 1887, prayer was offered that
a way might be found for the establishment of an institution for
the aged members of our denomination. Nothing was done at that
time, but in 1889, at the General Synod in Allegheny, Pa., it was
intimated that if a suitable site were provided, the church would
erect buildings and manage the enterprise in the same manner as
the other general work of the church. In response to this suggestion,
Mrs. Sarah I. termehlc, of the Church of the Reformation,
W ashington, D. C., offered to donate a tract of twenty-seven acrcs
in the City of Washington, provided a building be commenced
thereon within three years and finished wthin five years of the date
of the grant. Representatives of the General Synod met in Washington
on November 24th, i8go, and, after due consideration, the
offer of Mrs. Utcrmehle was accepted.
Plans were completed in 1891 and a small cottage erected.
In 1897 and 1898 the original cottage had been twice enlarged,
reaching a capacity of thirty rooms. This continued to be used'
as the Home for fifteen years.
Ground was broken on October 8, 1913; the cornerstone was
laid on November 9, 1913, and the completed building was occupied
amid great rejoicing on November 24, 1914.
The new Home is modeled after the most approved designs
for institutions of this sort. It is 230 feet long, brick, fireproof
throughout, has sixty living rooms, reception room, large dining
room, library, infirmary, two deaconess rooms, four servants'
rooms, steam-heating plant, etc., and in a central wing, facing the
entrance, is a beautiful chapel seating 150 persons. Every room
in the house is taken. The family now consists of forty-eight
women and ten men, besides the Deaconess in charge, two "nurses
engineer and domestic help.
The oldest member now living is ninety-eight. Life at the
Home is as nearly like that of the ordinary Christian familv as
it is possible to make it. Devotions are conducted by the Deaconess
every evening, frequent entertainments arc given bv the
young people of the various churches; and little parties arranged
by the old folks hemselvcs make Christmas, Hallowe'en St Valentine
s Day and other fete days occasions long to be remembered.
it is better, said Oliver Wendell Holmes, "to be seventy years
young than forty years old;" and these diversions help to keep
them so. #
At the Central Presbyterian Church. burjh, Scotland i? ,hi.
Sunday niiht. an echo ar trice will be repTwntatiye ,'u *' *
belli at which the joun? people who at- t.narr Celebration will nrefch th.
tend the Young People . Conference ?t in* ir?M it th. v k .
Montreat N c.. will make report, pf iEab? " Chu^S at'n \ i
the meeting ,Tbe Southern PresbyterlAn mer sesaions of Bible School at 10 ? m
I liurch conduct* a aeries of conference* with prominent .n*.ur J. ,
for Christian worker- at Montreal. N 1^1, ?7? ro"tC.
Montreal is fait becoming an ideal at T p ? 7 Tbemttr
place for many to upend the *nmmer
muntba since in addition to a variety of ASCEKSIOV.
opportunities for lecture course* and The parishioner. .
atudy and .conference*, it offers out door cension Church i\p?if*K ? j
porta In one of the moat attractive MnaMchiwtto
climates In the mountains of North Caro- be favored with a Wait^ u f?
Una. Numbers of cotucea hare been Cl.ttYnbeVe , n l'" Ed",n
built on *ides of the mountsins and who will preach th* m? V
In the neighboring- valleys. Dr. Taylor 0 clock service Monday Jul? ?7 i*? ?
will preach at the morning aervice at hoped that memhor. It k ? ? L
the Centra, Preab> terlan Church. ' .ST?,,VS. TS
FIFTH BAPTISE this aervlce. not only to hear a most
Dr. A. U. laove. a pa*tor of Ports- fitting sermon, but to pay our respects
mouth, Va.. will preach at Fifth Baptist . *"! "bow our appreciation to this out-ofChurch
morning and evening, his morn- town visitor.
Ing subject being, "A Cure for Care,'* . nru^...?
while the subject of his evening sermon CEHTEluflAL BAPTIST.
will be "Saved by Grace." Dr. John E. "A Young Bride in This City Who
Brigga, the psstor of Fifth Church, is Wm Not a Bride,** ia the title of a
helping to conduct a seriea of meeting* story to be told by Paator Iw Hes Swem
In North Carolina at his home church 8unday n?ght at the uentehnlal Baptist
and will return to the city Thursday Church. The morning subject i? "I
morning, July 21. Endure."
FOUNDRY M. E.
At Foundry Church, Dr. Randolph will "Spiritual Harmonics" ia the subject
preach at 11 s m.. the fifth sermon in .or " ??dre? by Mlaa Ada Ralney. noted
the seriea on "The Pesrl of Prayers." , i ?B *? ? ??e Church
the subject being. "Our Debt snd Our or J*1*' *?J> 1*14 N street north
Debtors." In the evening at 8 o'clock "^".Sunday evening at 8 o'clock.
at the union service of the church and . ,?. "!? will be conducted
the Epworth league. Dr. Randolph will &y tne students of the College of Divine
preach the fifth of the serie^of sermons , at tb* Church of Life and
on "The Pearl of l'srsbles.^ The sub- J?7, N ** BW 8?>ndsy morning at
ject will be "The Father't* Welcome." ..a0,010 ' Mrm- G?rtrud? B_ ShackelU
Honorable John C. Ketcham will teach w|?
the adult Bible class In the auditorium At th_ n . _
of the church, on Sunda; morn in, at 10 R)Ith >Dd A'Xeta north?.!!. pSSot
? * W TEMPLE BAPTIST C^Pto? Ball completes eighteen
Dr. J. ""'"w'^J-Rnnda, . gH flfftfSS "d
L"-..orr*-."A,-u,"u Kod" "d "A sfiLMFiSSii???raffas
PRE8BYTEKIAH 'p?^ ".Hi WT0n"^"
Rer. i. R. flemlnc. D.D . aecreUrj of f " ,LAZ m~.ST,L. ^ ??*
the P.. Preabyterlan Alliance, of Bdin- wtarT^
Center of Psychic Development Anericu UniTernty Chapel
1704 kilbournb PLACB N.w. MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE
Spiritual reading dally by appointment. ?B*> Wnat af Wisoonsin Ava.
Phone Columbia 6227. " 10 " ?Sunday School.
MRS. JANB B. C0ATK8. " * "" ArC"? W" IHrU
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st dealing, and the obligations of felcause
of righteousness, alone, ex- j| WlFllliI J
CHARLES EVANS HUGHES.
DR. HENRY ALLEN TUPPER, at the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, 16tfa and 0 Streets
Sunday, July 17th, II a. m.?"The Principle of Permanent Peace Announced by the Prince of
Peace;" 8 p m.?Fifth Travel-Talk: "Constantinople, the Corrupt City on Two Continents Defying
God and Man;" S. S.? 9:30 a. m.; B Y. P. Union, 6 to 7^5. w'th *??al hour and
ments. Come to?
THE HOME CHURCH.
. PETWORTH "STOP MAD RUSH AND t Up7 SwMn P * $ 10 ' . "A
^e.,1 ... R..4..M THINK," SAYS PASTOR L* UU J"C young, b^iem
R?v. F. P..I UVW?. P..t.r, aty * tw" n* ?* *
c j cl 1 ft ir\ c ?. a. xm ? p. m. Cool, bright and beautiful
Sunday Shool, 9:30; Everybody Mcd.tat.on becomes a neces- Auditonum; |4rge, comfortable
invited. s.ty to a true man. just in pro- ch>m (men |,ke them) || ?. m?
One Hour Service*. 11 a. m. and portion to his zeal. If he is enj?re " Centennial Bapt
7:45 p. m. to b? ""ore than a machine, he q 7^ & ?ye ne
Preaching by Pastor. Inus,. s" the mc?ninB an.d ?rdCT
1 . p, o -n which lies back of the machin- ????? .
Midweek Prayer Service. Tnurs. T .
ery. True meditation is con- Tenple Baptist Cburcb
? ducive to a lofty and infinite obCalvary
Baptist Church iect- To remember that God is Tenth andN Streets H. W.
8th and h street* k. w. near, a constant, personal Friend; Re*-. j. j. Mair. d. d? Pui?
I RET. WILLIAM s. ABNUTETHY. D.D. to know that we can commune <Cha?lal? I-. S. Sematel
Paster. with him unceasingly; to be- q in D L I C L I
bev. a. r. a.vdekson. D.B.. Auiitut come far-sighted so that we can a"m Ible icnool. u
rev, A. D. bbyant a^f detect His ruling hand in each Classes you will enjtw.
event of life; to love Him with rA'
N- r" "??, simple, normal love of a Come.
M' 8*nnon hJ Dr And^r?oa: child *or ^,s ***})** . II a. m. and 8 p.m.?Sermons
a strange p?th to KtuxtM " neither runs to wild delirium I
-itrii?i,|^KTrmo^-Dr" Ander*?tt* ?* excitement, nor rests in by the pastor. Morning.
ChriMtian Enduvor ii:i5 f?loomy silence, but clings with **At Land's End." Evening,
A. M.. Jnoior Hu?d?.r; f:43 henior ana intense trust ? these are the ? , .
7:00 p. m . intermediate; Tue?d?y. 8:00 great parts of a true, healthy A Marital Intngue. 9
'Th?'rJ???7n\ ?? W religion, and the fruits of ^ ... _ .
.0 *^ . ,TpJ!U?7o ? ZJZ thought. ChristUm Greeting to AD.
liriug to unite with the church ?
8:00 P. U.. Church Prayer Meeting.
IlEntrano on 11 Street.) SHIL0H BAPTIST CHURCH.
Kriday, 7:30 P. M.. Boy *<-oata.
All are cordially Invited. "Straajrera* Hoar" Tkr Ckarrk Wltk a Krlrea*
L Strfft, belweea IStfc and 17th Xertfcweat
FIFTH Ah 1 ""Lov'c1 of REV. 1>K. J. MIl.TO.X W *I.l)RO>. Famtmr
Portsmouth. Va.. will preach on 11 A. M.?Sermon. "The Christian's State and Standing in Grace."
"A Cure for Care." and at 7:4S 6 P M.?Christian Endeavor Greeting by the delegate to th. C.
? ,T ?" Ted by ?raCe " S S' E World Convention.
?:30. Chattel. J. R y. P. U.. 7
Plenty of fana and a cordial wel- 8 P M.?Special sermon by the pastor. . f
come. All Seat. Free. Evrryb*4r Kelmae.
MOUNT VERNON PLACE CHURCH
Sth & Massachusetts Ave. and K Street
THE REPRESENTATIVE METHODIST CHURCH |
CL0VIS G. CHAPPELL, D. D? Pastor. REV.-M. L. RIPPY, A?'t Pastor.
SUNDAY, JULY 17?11 A. M., Sermon by Dr. Chappell. Subject? * |
"HE MISSED HIS CHANCE" f
"Confessions of a The Character of ji
I Any of This Series j,' Men's C.lec- Club Is beSunday
School, 9:30 day meeting* "f the
ELECTRIC FANS MAKE THE AUDITORIUM PLEASANT
Chorus Choir Led by Prof. Share.
Vermont Avenue Chriitian WASHINGTON GROVE
Church CAMP MEETING
TE1IOST ATE., noeth of > ST. Washington Grove, Mi
REV. EAELE WILFLET, LL.D., Putor _
REV. EARL TAOOAST. Asst. to Patter. JULY 24th TO AUGUST 7th
0:45.. Ei.o. A. g.?- > x Great Program Has Bee. Arrayed
11:00a.m.?Morning worship Sermon A DAILY VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL EVERY DAY DURING N
by the pantor. A TAMP
8:00 p.m.?Evening sermon. Sermon by
the pastor. For Boys and OlrU. Leader. Mis. Bthet Rink. Pitman lime. S 1. Mu.ic la
7:00 p m.?C. E. meeting preceded by iharte of Dr. Adam Gelbet. Celebrated Blind Compoeer ef tluladelfhla
joung people*' tea. Thursday. July SS. Sunday School Day. Fine Program. Moraine. Afteraooa. Vlght
4:45 p. m.?Thurwlaj-, Vesper praver Saturday. July 50th?Temperance Day Homing. Aftarnoon. Might.
*,rTlc* Among Speakers Hon. W D. Opshaw, of Georgia: 'kaa. Kay A. Hae7.ee Fo4
~?? ersl Prohibition Commissioner: ftupt. 0. W Crabbe. Aati-Salean League.
IKee. G. LYAL ARTIIAN. Snnd?J Saturday. August Sth. Young People, Day, la Charge Washington District E?pvroin*
meetinf at 8 o clock In Society worth League Athletic Qamea, ate.. La Aftarnoen Bia CWru a*d Platform Hootllall.
509 O 8t. N.W Short lecture on ia| at Mifht ^
1^1'^:. ?' JM?' ,0"?"d Rev. F. M McCoy. D. D, Speaker.
^ WU, Sing a, Ail Sarrioes UWar Dir^ti- - Dr. -be.
in't^ii'1""7 "UrTl"" " "" EVERYBODY WELCOME?COME OFTEN AND EARLY.
JL Spiritulhsm ^ JOHN EDWARD FORT. Director
143 L Street Northwest.
tu"ri^V,0Metd<iumn^.0n?cr? sZ~- LILLIAN GREEN EPIPHANY
day and Wednesday evenings at Spiritual Medium 1S17 t, St. *. ?.
va?eClr?eCakdin^"dai^e"aEe"' ^ Private reading, dally. North M6? t:M t Comm**r
rr - , 1431 ,Ur **- " W- Ht i?'mB-lund.y School.
The Flrat SplrllB.lUt Cbarch 11 a m ?Morning I'raver and
** OT ciii'RCH OP CHRKT (DlaeiaiMt Sermon; r Rev. Robert
8UBJMCT OP UOCTURB ?.w. ,? Browninic ?ub>ect. Why
"Sntrttnslism at a Religion w Jf W? Are Christiana."
opintaalian as a KetlflOB. CommmmU^n 8 00 p m ?Evening S e r V 1 c e
Followed by. spirit message?. Krenlnc 7:10 ? with sermon by Rev. WillSunday,
8 p. m., at Pythian Tem- Mertdlaa place N. W. lam Ta> loe Snyder
pie, 1012 Hh st. nw. All wslcome. W. 8. Lone. Misiater. Strangers cordially invited.
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