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FIRST CHRISTIAN
HOLDS COMMUNION
Next Sunday Set Aside For
World Wide Com
munion
Next Sunday will be observed
as world-wide communion Sun
day at the First Christian
church. Third and Ann streets.
An attempt is being made to
have every member of the
church at the Lord’s table on
this Sunday.
Communion will be available ,
at both the morning and eve- ,
ning services. The elders of the I
church will take the emblems to j
the shut-ins not able to attend I
during the afternoon.
Rally day will be observed in
the Sunday school with a spe
cial program beginning at 9:45
a.m. in which all divisions will
participate including adults,
young people, and children. The
special c a mpaign to secure
funds for a new church parson
age will close on this day.
The day will also be observed
as “Crusade Sunday” when spe
cial attention will be called to
the three year national program
of the Disciples of Christ de
nomination to enlist new mem- j
bers, givers, and workers, the j
Rev. Philip Byron Carlisle an
nounced.
Sunday School
Lesson
By WILLIAM E. GILROY DD.
The topic of this lesson for
young people and adults is "The
Sufficient Christ;” and that
phrase accurately characterizes
both the letter and spirit of the
Epistle to the Hebrews.
The writer of the Epistle has
a deep sense of the spiritual
heritage of Israel. "God,” he
writes, “at sundry times and in
divers manners spake in times
past unto the fathers by the
prophet'';” and in the 11th chap
ter he records the story of the
men and women of faith in a
way that only a lover of Israel
and of Israel’s religion could
have done. He is convinced of
God’s promise, and of His cove
nant with His people.
But his faith and outlook as
an earnest Israelite is dominat
ed by the supreme conviction
that God, who spoke formerly
through the prophet s, has
spoken “in these last days”
through His Son, Jesus Christ,
“the brightness of His glory,”
and "the express image of His
person.”
Holding, thus strongly, a be
lief in the divinity of Jesus,
what is remarkable about his
Epistle is the clarity and in
sistency with which he presents
and expounds the fact of
Christ’s humanity. There is no
inconsistency in this, for the
doctrine of the Incarnation im
plies both divinity and humani
ty. It is the doctrine set forth
in the opening of the Gospel of
John, of the word made flesh,
and dwelling among men (John
1:14).
With all the greatness of the
past religion of Israel, it is the
writer’s contention that there
was something incomplete, and
a promise unfulfilled. Saints
and prophets “obtained a good
report through faith, but re
ceived not the promise: God
having provided some better
thing for us, that they without
us should not be made perfect”
(Hebrews 11:3940.
Though it is not known, with
ahy certainty, to whom the
Epistle was addressed, it seems
evident that it was written to
Jewish Christians, subject to
St.PauVs Lutheran Church
Inaugurates Fall i .ogram
St. Paul’s Lutheran church will inaugurate its fall
program with special services today.
Teacher
JOHN K. DURST, educational
director. First Baptist church,
Asheville, will conduct an adult
class at the Wilmington First
Baptist church during the Train
ing Union Revival, Oct. 11-17.
The course is entitled “Working
Together In A Spiritual Democ
racy.”
THE GREATEST TEXT
John 3:16
GOD—The greatest lover.
SO LOVED—The greatest de
gree.
THE WORLD—The greatest
company.
THAT HE GAVE—The great
gst act
HIS ONLY BEGOTTEN SON
—The greatest gift.
THAT WHOSOEVER — The
greatest opportunity.
BELIEVETH — The greatest
simplicity.
IN HIM—The greatest attrac
tion.
SHOULD NOT PERISH- The
greatest promise.
BUT — The greatest, differ-,
ence.
HAVE— The greatest certain
ty
ETERNAL LIFE— The great- i
est possession.
the same sort of persecution
that Saul had carried on against
the Christians before he became
Paul, the convert. To the charge
that they were untrue to the re
ligion of their fathers, the writ
er asserts the realities of the
new covenant, and the nature
and mission of Christ as the
minister of better things.
The key passage of which all
the rest might be regarded as
exposition is in the second
chapter and especially in 2:17.
Though greater than angels, the
Son of God made himself lower
than the angels, taking upon
Himself human nature and be
ing made “like unto His breth
ren that He might be a merci
ful and faithful high priest in
things pertaining to God to
make reconciliation for the sins
of the people.”
But what of priest! iness and
sacrifice in the Jewish religion?
The writer’s answer is that
Jesus is a superior high priest
inasmuch as He has offered
Himself a sacrifice once for all.
An insistent question, I think,
j concerns how much of religious
: faith and practice of today is
jin the realm of unfulfilled
promise, awaiting the supreme
experience of Christ Himself as
“the Minister of better things.”
The Sunday school will ob
serve its fall rally Sunday and
the promotion of childrer from
one age group to another with
a special program at 9:45
o clock this morning.
In keeping with world-wide
Communion Sunday. Holy Com
munion will be administered in
St. Paul’s at the eleven o’clock
church service.
The Luther League will re
convene in the Parish house
with a buffet supper and eve
ning devotional at 6-39 p.m.,
and at eight o’clock to-night the
religious motion picture “No
Greater Power’’ will be shown
as part of an informal service
in the Parish house.
CALVARY CHURCH
STARTS REVIVAL
The Rev. Mr. Carey To
Preach At “Home”
Church
Revival services start tomor
row night at Calvary Baptist
church at 7:30 with the Rev.
Carey P. Herring doing the
preaching.
The Rev. Mr. Carey is pastor
of the First Baptist church,
Fairmont, and is well-known in
Wilmington, having lived here
for a number of years a' which
time he served as pastor of the
Seagate Baptist church.
He ws erdained to tne minis
try by the Calvary church. He
is a graduate of Wke Forest
college and the Southern Baptist
seminary. c
Music for the meeting will be
furnished by the Calvary choir,
directed by Mrs. Lila Head,
music director. Billie Best will
be guest soloist.
The Rev. E. W. Pate, pastor
extended a special invitation to
the public to attend the services.
Presbyterian Junior
CePepe Names Term
Officers At Meet
MAXTON. Oct. 4. — Fall de
votional services at Presbyteri
an Junior college will be led by
Dr. Dan T. Caldwell, Th. D„
D.D.. former chairman of the
board of the assembly training
school and now director of
Christian education for the Syn
od of North Carolina.
Services are being held each
morning September 29 - October
5. Facultv conferences will be
held during the week on the
theme “Keeping Education
Christian.”
Officers of the Ministerial
club for the new session are
Joe Stowe, president, Odiss
Neill, 1st vice - president. Don
Covington, secretary and treas
urer. Officers for the Dramatic
club and the Delta Psii Omega
fraternity are: Harvey D. Mc
Clintock, president. Tommy
Maston, vice - president, C. C.
Caldwell, secretary and treas
urer.
CLOSE MEETING
The Carolina Beach Baptist
church will close a week of re
vival services this week-end
that was inaugurated by dedi
cation and home-coming serv
ices Sunday and continued un
der the leadership of Rev.
James S. Potter, pastor of the
First Baptist church, States
ville, and Rev. Charles P.
Burchette. pastor of the Bladen
boro Baptist church.
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EAST WILMINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH_
East Wilmington Bavilst Church History
Outlined From Beginning In 1944 By Pastor
The East Wilmington Baptist church began in the
home of Miss Laney Harts on Mercer avenue as a Sunday
school. The Sunday school, under the leadership of Miss
Harts, grew rapidly and was soon being sponsored by the
Gibson Avenue Baptist church which also began preaching
services in ine aiiernoon.
The attendance soon grew in
such proportions as to necessi
tate the erection of a building
which was begun in the spring
of 1944.
The Rev. E. W. Pate, at that
time missionary of the Wilming
ton association, rendered inval
uable aid in the perfecting of
the organization and in the rais
ing of funds throughout the as
sociation to help finance the
building program. J. H. Dow,
a member of Gibson avenue
church, acted as lay preacher
for the mission until the church
was duly organized in 1945.
The new church called Dow
as its pastor and requested his
ordination which was granted
and he was ordained in Febru
ary 1946.
The church called the Rev.
CHURCH OF GOD
STILL DIVIDED

Union Of Three Branches
Remote, Brother Bis
hops Say
CLEVELAND, Tenn.. Oct. 4—
(U.R!—The three divisions of the
Church of God were still far
apart today.
The leaders of two of them,
Bishops Homer A. TOomlinson,
of New York, and Milton A.
Tomlinson, of Cleveland. Tenn..
brothers, apparently were still
friends but ^till opponents on
matters of the church.
However, the two bishops
were conferring today about tne
possibility of publishing the
diary of their father, the late
A. J. Tomlinson, who founded
the Church of God in 1903 in
North Carolina and 1 ter moved
its headquarters here.
Bishop Homer told his broth
er he had been “misquoted” by
press reports recently that he
was threatening to sue Bishop
Milton and Milton’s branch of
the church for $5,000,000 be
cause the brother wouldn’t turn
the diary over to him fcr pub
lication.
Bishop Homer lomlinson
came here yesterday to hold a
memorial service for his fath
er. He held the service, a short
one, behind, not inside, the tab
ernacle. last night. His brother
wouldn't let him use the taber
nacle.
The two bishops talked for
more than an hour yesterday
after passing each other in
Fred L. Kelly as pastor. Under
his leadership the church ex
perienced growth and within the
first year the membership prac
tically doubled and the church
went on a full time basis and
Mr. Kelly moved his family on
the field.
In January 1947 three Sunday
school rooms were added and
the capacity of the auditorium
doubled. This enlargement pro
gram is now practically com
plete. Sunday school is at 10
a.m.. each Sunday end worship
service is at 11 a.m. BTU meets
Sunday at 630 p n. Worship
service at 7:30 p.m and prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:30
p.m.
their automobiles yesterday aft
ernoon. Their r- Mrs. A. D.
Evans, did not meet Bishop Mil
ton at the train but did join
him later.
Bishop Milton, those present
said, agreed with his brother
that the plan for a memorial
service was a good one. How
ever, he told his brother that
the church assembly had
thrown Bishop Milton out of the
church and that he, Milton,
would have to “straighten things
out first” with the assembly be
fore he could use the taber
nacle.
Bishop Milton also conferred
with John C. Jernigan. general
overseer of the third division
of the church. Jernigan, it was
reported, thanked Bishop Milton
but declined invitations' to take
part in the memorial service
and to have a joint meeting of
the two assemblies in Red Bay.
Ala. Jernigan said Red Bay
was too small a place for such
a meeting.
The church split originally in
1919 and the Tomlinson division
split again in 1943.
Evergreen Church
Plans Homecoming
For Baptist Group
WHITEVILLE, Oct. 4.—
Homecoming will be observed
at Evergreen Baptist church To
day. Rev. A. P. Stephens, pas
tor, will preach the homcoming
sermon.
Special committees have been
appointed to arrange plans for
the celebration. A11 former
members of the church and
friends in other communities
have been invited to attend.
REV. FRED L. KELLY
FIRST CHRISTIAN
HOLDS SERVICE
Officers Art Installed And
Training Clasces
Begin
Installation Service for the
Sunday school officers and
teachers of the First Christian
church was held at the evening
service on September 28. T. P.
Inabinet, state director of Reli
gious education, Wilson, deliver
ed the installation sermon.
Officers elected are general
superintendent. W. A. Brown;
secretary, Miss Lura Bell;
treasurer, Miss Helen Huband:
adult superintendent, Miss Ruth
Ingram; superintendent of
young people, John L. Sullivan;
superintendent of children's de
partment, Mrs. S. M. Daniel;
and home superintendent, Mrs.
K. E. Johnson.
The following teachers will
serve adult men classes: D. H.
Crenshaw, Spurgeon Baxley;
adult ladies class: Mrs. W. P.
Sanders; young people. Mrs.
Hugh Palmer. intermediate,
Miss Evelyn Brown; juniors,
Miss Ruth Hardy and Mrs. E.
H. Jones; primary, Mrs. George
Canady, Mrs. Eddie Futch and
Miss Alma Crump; begin
ners Mrs. W. A. Brown and
Mrs. E. C. Huband: nursery,
Mrs. R. U. Bell; and fellowship
class, Mrs. H. 1.. Stcinert and
Mrs. L. H. Waters Jr.
Training Classes for the
above officers and teachers
were conducted on Monday and
Tuesday evenings at the • •Purei
with Mr. Inabinet and Miss
Elizabeth McWhorter, Director
of Religious Education, First
Presbyterian Church, serving as
instructors.
Maffitt Village Baptists
Resolve Regrets At f. ding
Of Services Of The R \'ix
Noting the resignation of the hew ran] ('. \jx
pastor of the Maffitt Village Baptist church, the COl]
ference of the church this week formed a resolution Qt
regret at the termination of his services.
Ibe Reverend Mr. Nix first
organized the Sunset Park Bap
tist chape] acting as assistant
pastor at Sunset Park Baptist
church, in October, 1944, this
chapel withdrew as Maffitt Vil
lage Baptist church, and Rev
erend Nix was called as pastor.
Since that time, the member
ship has increased from 49 char
ter members to 394 pres
ent members. The Reverend
Mr. Nix has baptised 237 per
sons since his organation
in November. 1944, thus leading
the Wilmington association in
baptisms for three consecutive
years.
The resolution:
bince our pastor tne nev.
Paul C. Nix. has tendered his
resignation as pastor of this
church to be effective as of Sep
tember 30, 1147, for the purpose
of re-enrolling in the ministeral
ischool, Furman University,
Greenville, S. C\, we do here
by: accept with deepest regret
his resignation as stated, and
express our deepest love and ap
preciation to him and to Mrs.
Nix for their courageous, un
ceasing. and fruitful work in the
origination and organization of
this church, and for the fine co
operative Christian spirit always
prevalent in their lives, and for
the pleasant associations with
them as they led us.”
‘‘We do herby express with
sincere confidence our belief
that the Rev. Mr. Nix is led by
the Holy Spirit in his ministry,
and that his decision to pursue
additional training is providen
tal for the up-lifting and Glory
of God’s Kingdom. We ri .
by resolve to pray for t: . ... *
they enter new fields, ibat , *
may prosper always in i|
cution of God's will. .\Pi ,
THE REV. PAUL C. Mx
hereby request that copies
this resolution be sent to th*
Newspapers as listed:'’
“Wilmington. N. C . Green
ville, S. C., Mobile, Ala..
the Biblical Recorder, Ra'leio,
N. C.”
"Respectively submitted
“MRS. FAYE B. ROBINi a
“MRS. ELIZABETH LILES
“Mr. T. L. ROBINETTE.
“Signed:
“The Maffitt Village Bapt.st
Church in Conference.
Two Sermon Thoughts
The amazing fortitude of
Paul in prison, shipwrecks,
stonings, hunger, is ex
plained by the faith that
was in him.—Gal. 2:20: It
is no longer I that live, but
Christ livetb in me.
No one can know the
goodness of God save by
taking refuge in him. — Ps.
34:8: Oh taste and see that
the Lord is good.
Methodist Student
Group Elects Head
At Wake Forest
WAKE FOREST. Oct. 4.—The
Methodist Student fellowship
held its regular meeting Sun
day night and elected new offi
cers for the fall semester.
Elizabeth Gill, Wake Forest
senior, was chosen president.
Other new officers are Orville
Robinson, Wilmington junior,
first vice - president; George
Wilson, Roxboro junior, second
vice - president; Betty Crary,
Brevard senior, secretary; and
Iris Hobgood, Wake Forest
sophomore, treasurer.
Rev. Thurlow
Preaches Today
And Tonight Here
The Rev. S. E Thurlow will
preach at the Myrtle Grove Ad
vent Christian church this morn
ing at 11 o’clock and again to
night at 7:30 o’clock, it has been
announced.
The church has invited the
public to attend both services.
Special music has been arrang
ed for the services.
ST. JOHNS CHURCH
St. John church school will
open this morning at 9:45
o’clock. Evening service is
scheduled for 6 p. m. followed
by the YSPL at 7 o’clock. Com
munion service will be celebrat
ed at 7:30 at 11 a.m.
PRESBYTERIAN
WORK IS TOLD
Past Year Was One 01
Best In History,
Report
PHILADELPHIA - Fron Ft
standpoint of gains in member
ship and finances, the past year
was one of the best in the his
tory of the Presbyterian church
in the U. S. A., according to
statistics just released by tlm
office of the general asscmivv
of the church.
Many records were broken
during the year. Leaders of the
church are highly gratified over
the membership figures which
show a net gain of 60,268.. which
has been exceeded only once be
fore in the history of the enurr'i.
and then onlv very narrow lv is
1929.
The Sunday school enrol in mi
of the church is i .312.03-!, or
more than 50,000 greater than
that of last year. There were
67,623 infant baptisms, rep
resenting an increase of men
than 20,000 over last year.
Membership statistics m the
Presbyterian church in the
U. S. A. are based strictly on
the number of communicnrL in
full standing.
In keeping with the out.-t ic
ing statistical progress l-.t- ,(n
a corresponding rise in t; - : ri
tual life of the church,
attendance has been i cried
good, and a vital new interest
has been registered especial'-' in
laymen’s activities and youth
activities.
The Presbyterian ii.un.-h
in the U. S. A, has chin 1 m
every state in the union, i 1 a
ishing missions have I;-' n '*
veloped in Alaska, tlv- f1 "C
Islands China, Japan, In
dia, and Africa.
Wilmington And Nearby Churches Invite You To Worship With Them Todav
BAPTIST
FIRST — Fifth and Market
streets. The Rev. Charles A Mad
drv minister. Sundav school, 9:45
a.m. Worship. If a.m. and 8 o.m
Training Union 6:45 o.m.
TEMPLE — 17th and Marke:
streets. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.
Morning worship, lk a.m. Train
ing Union. 6:45 p.m. Evening Wor
ship, 8 p.m. The R6v. W. J
Stephenson, pastor.
CALVARY—Fourth and Biuns
wick streets, the Rev. E. W. Pate,
pastor. Sunday school, 9:45. Morn
ing worship, 11:00. B. T. U., 6:15.
Evening workship, 7:30.
SOUTHSIDE - 720 SouLh Filch
street. The Rev Guy C. Moore,
pastor. Sunday school. 9:45 a.m
Worship 11 a.m.. and 3 o.m
Training Union. 6:45 p.m.
TABERNACLE—Sixth and Ann
streets. The Rev. C. E. Baker,
minister. Bible school 9:45 a.m.
Worship 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. BTU
7 p.m. Wednesday prayer 8 o.m.
EAST WILMINGTON-Live Oak
ave. Fred L. Kelly, pastor Sun
day school 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m
ana 6 pm. Gramms union 7 p.m.
FREE-WILL—Fourth and Queen
streets. The Rev A. L Wheeler
pastor. Sunday school. 9-45 a.m
Worship 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
SEAGATE—The Rev. J. E. Al
lard. pastor. Sunday school 11 a.m.
Morning worship. 11 o'clock every
first and third Sundays. Evening
worship every Sunday. 8.00 o’
clock. BTU 7 p.m.
WR1GHTSBORO - The Rev H
S Strickland, pastor. Bible school.
9:45 a.m. Worship 11 a rn and
8 p.m. BTU 6:45 p.m.
GIBSON AVENUE-C. E. Bris
son pastor, Sunday school. 10 a.
m.; morning worship. 11 a. m;
B. T. U., 6:15 p. m.. evening
worship. 7:30 p. m.: prayer meet
ing. Wednesday. 7:30 p. m.. clirir
practice. Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
SUNSET PARK-The Rev G
Carl Lewis, pastor. Sundav scnool
9:45 a.m. Worship. 11 a.m and 8
p.m. Training Union. 6:45 p m.
WINTER PARK - The Rev T
1-1 King, pistol Sund v school. 10
a.r.i BT I 6’45 r> m W irsbip 11
a.m. ai,J 8 p.m.
CAROLINA BEACH—1 aim Park
boulevard. The Rev. Ben B. Us
i,
» ’
sery. minister. Sunday school 9:451
a.m. Worship 11 a.m and 7:30 j
o m.
MAFF1TT VILLAGE - The Rev ;
Raul C. Nix, pastor. Sunday
school 9:45 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m
and 7:30 p*m. BTU, 6:15 p.m.
LELAND — The Rev. Woodrow
W. Robbins, pastor. Sunday school
10 am Wc-ship first and third
Sundays, 11 a.m.. second and
fourth Sundays. 8 p.m. BTU 6:30
p.m.
SOLDIERS BAY - The Rev
Woodrow W. Robbins, pastor Sun
day school. 10 a.m. Worship first
Sunday evening. 8 o clock. sec
ond Sunday morning 11 o clock
BTU. 7 p.m.
LEBANON —The Rev. Wocdroy
W. Robbms pastor. Sunday school
10:30 a m. Worship, thrid Sunday
evennig, 8 o’clock, fourth Sunday
morning 1D30 o’clock.
MASONBORO The Rev J H.
Biackmore pastor Sunday school,
10.30 a.m. Morning worship. 11:30
a.m. B T U . 7 p.m Evening wor
ship. 8 p m.
PROVIDENCE BAPTIST—Holly
Ridge, pastorate. Paul L. Merritts.
Sunday school at 10 a.m. and morn
ing worship at 11 a.m. BTU at 7
p.m. and 8 p.m Midweek service
Wednesday at 8 p m. Baptist Train
ing Union.
CATHOLIC
St. MARY'S - Fifth and Ann
streets Very Rev Msgr Cornell
us E. Murphy pastor The Rev
Miehaei p O'Keefe. assistant pas
;or Sunday masses. 7am M a m
and Ham, daily Masses 7 and
8:30 a m Confessions, Saturday
from 4 to 6 p.m. and 7 to 9 p m
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
Carolina Beach. St Josephs
street The Rev Thomas Roehe
pastor Mass on Sunday at 8 a m
Confessions hefoie mass
ST. THERESE's 200 S Lumm.i
avenue. Wrightsvilie Bearh The
Rev Thomas Roche oaptor Mass
on Sundays a1 10 a m Confessions
before.mass Morning prayer and
sermon at 11 a m
EPISCOPAL
ST. JAMES-Third and Market
j streets, the Pev. ?Tcr timer G ovgt.
lector. Eighteenth Sutdrv after
Trinity; Holy communion. 8 a.
rn.; church school. 9:45 a. m.;
Holy communion and sermon at
11 a. m.; young people’s service
league, 7 p. m.
ST PAUL'S—16th and Market
streets, the Rev. Alexandei Millet.
rector. Holy communion 7:30.
Morning prayer 11 a.m.
ST. JOHN’S - Third and Red
Cross streets. The Rev. E. VV. Hai
leck, rector. Holy communion, 7:30
a.m. Morning prayer 11 a.m. On
first Sundays Holy communion at
11 a.m.
CHURCH OK THE GOOD SHEP
HERD—Sixth and Queen streets
Morning prayer and sermon, 1) a.
m The Rev. Harvev Graztet. rec
ST. ANDREWS - Wrighlsviile
Sound. 11 a. m. morning prayer
and sermon. Rea. Richard L
Sturgis.
ST. PHILIP’S -Tar Landing. 7
p. m.. evening prayer and ad
dress bv David Foster and Ray
mond Wildman.
ALL SAINTS-Carolina Beach<
11 a. m. morning prayer and ser
mon. Rev Thos. P. Noe.
ST. PHILIP’S—Southport 11 a
m. morning prayer and address.
David Murchison, Jr.
ALL SOULS-North West. 7:45
p m. evening prater and ser
mon, Rev Richard L. Sturgis.
ST. LO'UKE’S Mission—125 Spot
fords. Ashley T. St. Amand. lay
minisier-in-charge. church school.
4 p. m.. vespers and address.
7:30 p. m
METHODIST
UKACE - urace ana rourm
stree;s The Rev. J A. Russell,
pastor Church school. 9.45 a.m
Worship 11 a.m. Youth fellow
ship and supper. 6 p.m. Worship
S p.m
FIFTH AVENUE Between Nun
and Cnuir.a streets The Rev John
R Edwards, oastor Sundav school
9:45 a m ’Worship. II am Youth
Fellowship 6 30 p m Evening ser
vice 6 D.m
TRINITY _ Market at 14th
street tne Rev E B Fisher pas
or. Church school 9:45 a.m Wor
ship li am Methodist Young
Fellowship and snrrer. 6'45 o m
Wo-shio. h n.m
WE5" '' v MEM''RIAL - Wmtei
Park The Rev. Kermit R. Wheel
ler, minister. Worship, 10 a.m.
Church school, 11 a.m. Youth Fel
lowship. 6:30 p.m. Worship. 8 p.m.
BETHANY — Worship second
and Fourth Sundays, 2:30 p.m.
The Rev Kermil R. Wheeler, min
ister.
ST. PAUL'S — Carolina Beach
The Rev. J. Edwin Carter, pas
tor. Church school. 10 a.m. Wor
ship. 11 a.m. every Sunday. Youth
Fellowship. 6:30 p.m. Worship,
7:30 p.m.
FEDERAL POINT - The Rev
J Edwin Carter, pastor. Church
school, 11 a.m Worship, 12 o clock
each first third and fifth Sunday.
EPWORTH — Fifth and Bladen
streets The Rev. C. N Phillips,
pastor Sunday school 10:30 a.m.
Servire, 11:15 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Young People s Society. 7:15 p.m.
SUNSET PARK—Central boule
vard and Washington stree's. The
Rev Charles H. Mercer, pastor.
Church school, 9:45 a m. Worship.
11 a.m. and 7:30 pm. Young fel
lowship. 6:45 p.m
WESLEYAN METHODIST
18th and Castle streets. The
Rev John H Long, pastor. Sun
day senool 9:45 a.m. Preacning,
11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. YMWB
6:30 p.m.
PRESBYTERIAN
FIRS! — Third and Orange, the
Rov William Crowe Jr.. D. D..
pasiot. Church school 10 a.m.!
Worship 11:15 a.m. Young Peo
ple 6: JO n m. Young Adult f orum
(1:45 p.m.
OAK GROVE CHAPEL-Carolina
Beach road. Sunday school at 10
a m.. J. D. Neal, superintendent
Evening services at 6 d. m.. firs
and third Sundays, conducted by
the Rev. J. D. MacLeod.
ST ANDREWS-CONVENAN1 _
15th and Market streets The Rev
Eugene D. Wi.lierspoon Th. D..
minister. Church school 9:45 a!
m. Worship 1] a, nr. Pioneers
Senior Young Peoples 7 o m
COMMUNITY CHAPEL—Sunday
school 10:45 a.m. Worship every
second and fourth Sundays at 8
am. Dr. Eugene D. Witherspoon
castor
BETHANY Crstle Hav.cs road
Sundav sc.tuoi 10 a.m Worship 11
a. m. The Rev. Eugene D. Wither
spoon Th. D
M
DELGADO - -The Rev. C. C.
Myers pastor. Worship, 7:30 p.m.,
first, second and third Sundays;
fourth ^Sunday. 5 p.m. Sunday
school "'45 a.m.
TOPS ' rL — The Rev. C. C. My
ers, pastor. Sunday school, 10:20
a.m. Worship 11 a.m., first and
third Sundays; fourth Sunday, 7:30
p.m.
WINTER PARK—The Rev. Al
fred K. Dudley, pastor. Worship 11
a.m., and 7:30 p.m. Sundav school
10 a.m.
WOODBURN _ The Rev. J. D.
Wiihrow, pastor. Sunday school,
10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m.
MCCLURE MEMORIAL - The
Rev. C. C. Myers, pastor. Wor
ship, 11 a.m., second and fourth
Sundays.
LITTLE CHAPEL ON THE
BOARD WALK — Wrightsville
Beach Conducted by the First
Presbyterian church of Wilming
ton. Church school 10 a.m. Worship
11 a.m. by Dr. Frank Hall of St.
Louis Mo., during July. Young
People 7 p.m
IMMANUEL—Fifth and Meares
streets. Rev. W. H. Allison, minis
ter. 9::::45 a. m. Sunday school!
11 a. m. morning worship; 645
p m. Youth Fellowship. 7:30 p.
m. evening worship.
MYRTLE GROVE - The Rev
John D MacLeod, pastor. Sunday
school. 9:45 a.m., song service,
7:30 o.m. iunior league. Monday
7:30 p.m.
NEIGHBORHOOD CHAPEL -
317 South Second street. The Rev.
J S. Crowley minister. Preach
ing and Sunday school at 3 o'clock
CAROLINA BEACH _ Charlotte
Avenue The Rev. John D Mac
Leod minister Sunday school. 10
a.m Worship. 11 a.m Young Peo
pie 7:30 Wednesday evening
CAPE FEAR _ Maffitt Village.
The Rev Paul Hollar, pastor Sun
day school. 9:45 a.m. Worship. 11
a.m. Young People. 6:15 p.m
Worship 7 p.m. W'ednesday pray
er. 7 p.m.
PEARSALL MEMORIAL - Easi
V "ungten. The Rev. Fredar ck
- ev.us D D.. pastor. Tire Rev.
Andrew J Howell, pastor emeri
tus, conducting service. Sunday
school, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m.
f
Pioneers, 6 p.m. Young Fellow
ship 6:45 p.m.
MURRAYVILLE CHAPEL -
ySt. Andrews-Covenant church,
pastor. Sunday school 3 d. m. Serv
ices first and third Sundays. Th
Rev. Eugene D. Witherspoon, Th.
D.
PRINCESS PLACE EXTENSION
—Service first and third Sundays
at 8 p. m. the Rev. Eugene D.
Withersoon, Thd.. pastor.
LUTHERAN
ST. PAUL'S — Sixth and Market
streets. The Rev Walter B. Freed,
pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m.
Service. 11 a.m. Lutheran League 6
p.m. Vespers, 5 p.m.
ST. MATTHEW’S—17th and Ann
streets The Rev. K. Y. Huddle,
pastor Sunday scnool, 9:45 a.m.
The service, 11 a.m. Luthei
League 7:3U p. m
OLD APOSTOLIC LUTHERAN
CHURCH OF AMERICA
19ih and Castle streets. Service.
11 a.m. Dr. J W. Stanly. H. A.
Burr and G. A. Moore, preachers.
ADVENT CHRISTIAN
FIRST - 504 South Sixth street
The Rev. G. W. Saunders, pastor.
Sunday school. 9:45 a.m. Wot ship.
11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Senior Young
People. 7 p.m.
FOURTH STREET _ Corner ol
South Fourth and Church streets.
The Rev H. J Wilson, pastor, 11
a.m. Youth Hour. 7 p.m. Worship.
8 p.m.
MIDDLE SOUND - The Rev. J
L Devis, pastor. Sunday school. 10
a.m Worship. 11 a.m. Loyal Work
ers, 6 p.m. Worship. 8 p.m
BLAKES CHAPEL - Hamp
stead The Rev P T Batson, pas
tor. Worship. 11 a.m. Sunday
school 4 p.m. Loyal' Workers. 6:30
P m. Worship, 8 p.m.
MYRTLE GROVE- The Rev. H
W. Duke, pastor. Sun lav school.
10 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. Worship.
8 p.m.
COMMUNITY - Odjjen Place.
The Rev G. W. Shepherd, pastor.
Sunday school, 10 a.m. Worship.
11 a.m rnd 8 p.m.
MOUNT ZION-The Rev E. L.
Richards, castor. Worship, li a.m
Sunday school. 2 p.m. Young Peo
ple 6:30 p.m. Worship, 7:30 p.m.
PINEY GROVE - The Rev H
W. Duke, pastor. Sunday school,
10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Worship
7:30 p.m.
HOLLY RIDGE-The Rev. P. T.
Batson, pastor. Worship, 2 p.m.
Worship, 8 p.m.
CHURCH OF JESUS
CHURCH OF JESUS - Route 1.
Bolton, The Rev. E. N. Gore pas
tor, Sunday school 10 a.m. Wor
ship 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
HOLINESS
FIRST PENTECOSTAL -516
North Fourth street The Piev. S
A. Fann. pastor. Standa.y radio.
3:30 a m. to 9 a.m. Sunday school.
9:45 a.m. Worship, 11 a m Young
Peoples service. 6:30 p.m. Evan
gelistic service, 7:30 p.m
EIGHTH STREET MISSION -
813 South Eighth street. The Rev.
J. F. Colley pastor Services Sun
dav. 3 p.m Tuesday. 8 p.m
CHRISTIAN
FIRST—Third and Ann streets.
The Rev Phillip Byron Carlisle,
pastor. Bible school, 9:45 a.m
Worship, 11am. Evening service
8 o'clock C. Y. F. Sunday. 6:45
p.m.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
1009 Sou;h Fourth street. Bible
school. 10 a m. Worship 11 am
and 7 p.m Young Peop'e's meet
ing. 6 p.m.
TEMPLE OF ISRAEL
Fourth ana Market streets
Services Fridays 8 p.m ana Sat
urday morning 1] o'clock Rabbi
Pizer W Jacobs
CONG. B’NAI ISRAEL
.51.5 walnut street Rabbi Samue:|
A. Friedman Friday evening serv
ice at sunset. Saturoa\ morning1
services 8:30 o'clock.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE i
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST -
Scientist. 17th and Chestnut streets
Service Sundav 11 a.m. Sunday
school 10 a m
MORMON
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER DAY SAINTS - 1413
Castle street Sunday school 10
a.m. Sacrement meeting, 7:30 p m
SALVATION ARMY
THE CITADEL -915 South Front
street. Major and Mrs Lisle
-.■huckleford officers in charge
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Holiness
meeting 11 _a.m. Young Peoples
services 6:15 p.m. Open air serv
ice 7:15 pan. Evange r'"
ice 8 p.m.
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
CASTl.E HEIGHTS - >■>
Castle streets Mrs W T DeVarA
•Jr., leader. Worship. 8 p.i:..
KURE MEMORIAL CHAPEL--i
Kure Beach Sunday sc:.:1- 11
a.m. Linwood Flowers. supe;.r»‘
dent.
CHURCH OF GOO
Corner Fourth and Alnrstelln
streets. The Rev. R H. .UcCam
Pastor Radio service 8
WMFD Sunday school. '0 a.®
Preaening 11 a.m and 7:-TO P-®
CHRISTIAN AND MISSION*?1
ALLIANCE
THE WILMINGTON
TABERNACLE—Corner S:v" a".
Orange streets. The Rev •'•
Hurni, pastor Bible M-inol "
a.m. Worsnip. 11 a.m Yoi
pie's meeting. 8-45 p m ! va E?’
listic service. 8 o.rn
GREEK ORTHODOX
ST. NICHOLAS Seer
Orange streets. The Rev E k
Papazisis Church s c h <-•
a.m Service and ser i
noon
SEVENTH DAY ADVENM'1
Ninth ar.p Market
urday 9 45 a m Ssbut'
11 a m Worship service. ,
Young Peoples meel i
mee'ing Wednrsdav 7
COMMUNITY CIUTUM "
Fourth and Caor lr> .
raid C°roRna Beam T 4
James B IVToOuere. c''
day school 10 a m VV' ,
3 m Vounp Peoole s v
D.m Wo^shio 7*30 n i
PRF.Sp ,,TF ** IA \
fN^OPO'
CHESTNUT STR FT'T
and ChpsfmU sPpo . T •
H. Bapup-vilopp >;
11 a. m. Sunday school
b.
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