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CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS
METHODIST EPISCOPAL < Wfclf )? METHODIST EPISCOPAL (White).
CALVARY
On Columbia Road N.W. Between 14th and 15th Streets
JAMES SHERA MONTGOMERY
Minister
9:30?Bible School, Mr. Edwin Dice, supt.
9:30?Calvary Men's Bible Class, Dr. Arthur Christie, president;
Judge Joseph Thompson, teacher.
11:00?Public worship with sermon by DR. MONTGOMERY on
the subject:
"THE VISION AT THE END OF THE ROAD"
6:45?Epworth League services, Mr. George Colison, president.
8:00-^Public worship, with sermon-lecture by DR. MONTGOM
ERY on the subject:
"THE STRENGTH OF A NATION"
Spccial music by the chorus choir and Mr. George Harold
Miller. Free seats to the people. Church doors open in the even
ing at 7:30. <
TRINITY METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Pcnna. Ave. and 5th St. S.E.
J. PHELPS HAND. Pastor.,
Evangelistic Services
Will Be Conducted
Each Evening of the Month of November
at 7 :30 O'Clock (Mondays and Saturdays Kxcepted")
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE E. PICKERING
of Baltimore
\\ ill Have Charge of the Music at the Week Night Services.
SUNDAYS PROGRAM:
9:30a.m.? Sunday School.
11:00 a m.-"THE TRAGEDY OF SECRET SIN."
ft :30 p.m.?Epworth League.
7:30p.m.?EVANGELISTIC SERVICE. Short sermon by the
pastor.
This church always welcomes the stranger. All who are
without a church home are earnestly invited to worship God with
us. Excellent music at all services.
Foundry Methodist
Episcopal Church
SIXTEENTH ST. NEAR P ST. N.W.
*kv. HERBERT F. RANDOLPH. D. D..
Minister.
Residence. 1741 P St. n.w. Phone. Frank. 4494.
Sermons by Dr. Randolph
11:m a m.?"THE BEST AMBITION IN
LIFU."
g fMVp.m.? ?THE MAN WHO TOOK HIS
MEDICINE AN 1) (JOT WELL." Kirst
in a .erles of e renin* add/eases ou
?BlnLE PORTRAIT# OK MODERN
MEN." '
Sp?e.al musical recital preredia* tlie nerrir*:
orpan. "In the Tuilleht" Harker
An'bem. "Tome. o. Holy Spirit".,8aint-Saen?
i Konndrr Quartet.?
Violin aolo. Prof. Anton Kai-par.
Ban ?olo. "In Thi? Celestial Dwell
in*" < Mozart i Mr. Moore
Pomlude. "Seherao" Eederleia
? 30 a.m.? CHURCH SCHOOL WITH
CLASSES KOR ALL AGES.
? :45 p.m.?EPWORTH LEAGUE SERVICE.
SPEAKER. MR. HARRY O. HINE.
SUBJECT. "BUILDING CHARACTER
THROUGH READING."
THURSDAY. 8 to # p.m.?SOCIAL SERV
ICE OK PRAYER WITH ADDRESS BY
THE PASTOR.
rOCXDRY CHURCH IS EVERYBODY'S
CHURCH.
Douglas Memorialxo^a?."*'
"The Church of the bi; Welcome."
Rer. EDWARD HAYES. D. D.. Pastor,
t:30 a.m.?Sunday school; 3 p.ok. Junior
league: 6:30 ii.m.. Epworth League.
Revival Services.
November 9 *0.
Chorus of 50 Voices.
New son* Rook.
r*ed *t all cai*>" Meet!n-v
??- ?
i'?*ed ?t all camn meet in ~v
Charles A. Kin sella
n?r?-tor of the ** ?'?tc.
Epworth League (Nov. 9-16)
Win-My-Chum Week
Special Speaker Each Even- j
ing 1
Pastor Preaches Tonight
All j??nj! people will ^ interested.
Revival?Come
Union Methodist Episcopal
20th Ht. near Pa. ave. u.w.
Rev. WILLIAM JOSEPH MEEKS. Pastor.
11 am?REV. JOHN RE1D SHANNON.
D. D.
s p.m.?Sermon by pastor.
-WHOSE NAMES ARE IN THE BOOK OF
LIFH'r"
This u our "Ideal Church Day."
7 p.m.?Epworth League. 9:30 a.m.. S. S.
THE CHURCH OF THE oi.AD HAND.
The Iowa Ave. M. E. Church
14tli and Emerson s?s. n.w. {
REV. ii. S. FRANCE. D. D.. Minister.
9:4o a.m.?Sunday school. t
11 :u0 a.m.?"ONE'S PLACE IN THE
ETERNAL WORLD."
* 00 p.m.?"THE MHiHT HAVE MEENS."
7:00 p.m. ? Epworth League. Joe Elliott.
leader. "Win-my-chum" cam
paign.
A METHODIST episcopal
j-iamiine chcrch.
i 9th and P vt>.. u.vv.
LUCIUS C. CLARK. D. D.. Pastor.
Churl*** s. Cole. Director Community Work. '
11 uo a.m. -"CHCRCH WAYFARERS."
l>:00 p.m. WHAT MEN IN THE THICK!
OF TH1N4SS THINK OF THE;
CHCRCH."
9 30 p.m.?Sunday school.
ti.?i0 p.m. -Epworth league tea and social
hour.
7:00 p.m.?Epworth League devotional m?-t
ing.
*th* NATIONAL METHODIST chcrch."
Metropolitan Mem. M. E.
John Marshall Place and C St. N.W.
BARRY DAWSON MITCHELL. D. D.. M in later.
11 a.it.?Sermon hy Minister?
"An Ideal Friendship"
* 8 p.m. Sermon by Kev. John R. Ed- {
wards. i>. j>.
"After War Trenches?
Their Peril, Their Glory" I
9.40 a.m?Sunday school. Kible class ;
taught by minister.
3:00 p.in.?Chinese Sunday school.
?;00 p.m. ? Reception and "open house."
7.00 p.m. ? Epworth League service.
Good music. The church of the stranger.
Within a few blocks of the government dor
mitories and near the downtown hotel>. Hear
?he ehimes a* played by Dr. Richard Jehn
*ton. A cordial invitation is extended to
}ou to worship with u*.
# "am>*he preached unto them Jesus."
North CapitolNor,b c'plto1
"the homelike church."
Kev. SAMUEL E. ROSE. M. A.. Paator.
9:40?Sunday ?chool. Men's Bible class.
11:00~Addrens hy ^
Chaplain E. H. Lamar
7:00?Epworth league service.
Sermon by the pa&tor?
Moral Malady?Its Remedy
9:00--friendship hour. A social chat
_ SPECjAL Mcs1c. A WARM WELCOME.
T inroln cor. r. i. ave.. lin
l-iiicuin xvoaa colx ri>. & u ht. n.e.
A Community Church with a Hearty Web-ome
Hit. C. c. MrLEAN. M. A.. D. D.. Minister
evangelistic services.
11 a.m. and * p.m.?Sermons by Dr. McLean
Themes "What We Relieve"; "The Jov
of Forgiveness."
r 'luesdny. Wed.. Thurs. and Fridav. 6 p m
prruehtt-.k by He v. |?rs. W. o McNeil, J. n[
Wont ??ui?ry. S. h. Rose, H. fc'. Downs. Come.
9 :?iO--Sunday school. M. ii. Specimen. supi
League. Mr. w. Uark Main, leader!
Wesleyan Pentecostal u."|4u?wrd
Rpv. H. B. HOSLEY. Pastor.
?Sunday services: Sunday school. 9:45;
preaching at 11 and 7:30. Prayer meeting
Thursday, 7:30. Strangers cordially invited.
Dumbarton Ave. \
WALTER McNEIL. Minister.
11:00 a.m.?
"All-Prevailing Prayer"
- -John. 16.23.
t :4i? p.m.?
"Raising the Roof"
?Luke. 5.18-26.
Sunday school for young and old. 9:30 a.m.
MASS. AVE. N.W.
XVX^X^.CiiUICC nVT. ?TH AND 10TH.
CHAS. A. SHREVE. Pastor.
Sunday Services:
9:30?Sunday school session. Classes for
all. Dr. Jno. H. Wesler, supt.
11 a.m.?Public Worshit
Sermon by
Dr. John R. Edwards,
District Superintendent
?:00 p.m.?Young people's "Get Acquaints
meeting." Soldiers, sailors and stran
ger* cordially invited.
7:00 p.m.?Epworth League.
8 O'Clock?
Evangelistic Meeting
Address by the Pastor
Everybody Welcome All the
'Time
Wesley Chapel M. E. Church
Fifth and P sts. d.w.
WM A. HAGGERTY. Ph. D.. Pastor.
8:4.". a.m.? Sunday school. Classes for all
age*. Mr. John s. Barker, supt.
"Using Our Strength"
8 P.M.?
"Some Unsolved Problems'
A Cordial Welcome to All.
Waugh vk' ,
REV. HOWARD F. 1>()W.\8. Paator.
J>:30 a.m.?Sunday school. Organized classes
11:00a.m.?"THE FORWARD LOOK." Re
ception of members.
8:30 p.m.?Epworth League.
7:30 p.m.?"The Saving Look." Evangel
istic serTice. Bring "T'abernarle Praises"
A CORDIAL WELCOME FOR TOP.
Petworth Methodist Episco
pal Church
Cram Circle ami Now Hampshire Ave.
Take Soldiers' Home Car to r>th and ("psliur.
C. ELLIS WILLIAMS. Minlater.
?:3U a.m.? Sunday school: 7 p.m., E. L.
11 A.M.?
"Why I Joined the Church"
8 P.M.?
"Repentance"
Revival services every night
next week with the exception of
Monday and Saturday.
Tut-sday nigh! -DR. H_ D. MITCHELL
Wednesday nii-lil UK. JOHN It. EDWARDS
riiurwda.T uight -DR. l'AUE M1LBURN
Friday night?DR. O. J. RANDALL.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL (Colored>.
Toraet C TVT P 1,1 ,nd B 8TS- s.w.
Israel V*. IVl. E..s,roI, Walla. e.p?,(0r!
MEMORIAL SERVICES ' communion I in
honor of our Elder Brother, Jeaus Chris!.
Every member of Isarael's branch of His
family is requested to be preieut. 11 am
pa-tor's subject. "SIMON. THE MAN WHO
HAD GREATNESS THRUST IPON HIM "
Evangelistic ainKinn by Isaac C. Iieddie S
P m.. subject, "LEST WE FORc.ET,"
Metropolitan AJM.E. Church
M tit. below 15th.
Sunday. November 9th, at 11 a.m. Ser
mon. "What Is the Fate of a Suicide*'" 8
P.m.. sermon. Dr. D. G. Hill. Special musir
Chorus ?*hoir. Prof. Tibbs. leader
DIt. C. M. TANNER. Pastor. ?
Central M. E. Church
5th at. bet. M and X sts. n.w.
11 a.m.?Sermon by pastor.
3:00?Rer. J. Carr of Mt. Vernon M K
Church. 8 p.m.. Rev. K. N William*. D." D
District supt.. Baltimore Conference.
, W. J. TYLER. Pastor. ?
Turner Memorial A. M. E.
Cor. jth & P n.w.?J. Dewitte Wilaon. pastor
Sunday school, 0:30 a.m.: preaching 11
a.m.: Allen C. E. League. #:30 p.m. Sermon
by Iter. L. J. Martin. 8 p.m. Special music. ?
METHODIST PROTESTANT
North Carolina Ave. 8t'hc*BV.*."
REV J. FRANKLIN BRYAN. Paator "
11 a.m.?FURLING SERVICE FLAG
Lieut. Edward A. l'latt will apeak
_ 8 p.m.?REVIV AL SERVICES.
Rhode Island Ave. n.Jl-s.t1^
L. Humphreys. Paator.?c. E., 7; sermon
11 a.m.: 8 p^ni . l hour service
Cnnvrpvi St 3'*' "?M "nrt n w
^ongrc^o OI. I; Hro'v.i. nstor. ?3.S.,
U.15, ?ciUiv.ii?. II a.m. and 7:30 y.m.
L
EPISCOPAL. EPISCOPAL.
Services: 8 and 11 A.M.
4 and 8 P.M.
Sunday School, 9:45 A.M.
11:00 a.m.?"STARVATION AND A MIGHTY THIRST."
The third of a series of sermons on the Beatitudes.
Rev. David Ransom Covell Preaches.
8:00 p.m.?"THE ONE AND ONLY SIN."
Rev. David Ransom Covell Preaches.
8:30p.m.?Mr. H. P. Wadia, the East Indian representative at
the labor conference, speaks on "SOCIAL DEMOC
RACY IN INDIA AND ITS LESSONS TO DE
MOCRACY IN AMERICA." Eor all Washington.
Church of St.Michael and All Angels
2-nd st. and Va. ave. n.w.
REV. P. MURPHY. Hector.
Sunday servi^o: 11 a.m. ?
C* - 4-.-L Georgetown. Wiscon
vjrace C^hurch Hin avo i,<>iow m.
Rev. GEORGE W. ATKINSON. Jr.. Rector.
Services: 7:30, 9:30. 11.
t Rer. Horace W. Stowell will preach at 11
o'clock.
Church of the Advent
Cor. *Jnd and T" sts. n.w.
Rer Fdward Marshall Mott. I.L. M.. Rector.
Sercices: Holy Communion. 7:4.5 a.m. '
Sunday srhoo-. 9:30; morning prayer and
sermon, 11 o'clock: evening prayer and s??r
mon, 8 o'clock. lessons for the Christian
life. drawn from Holy Scripture for the
need* of today.
TnViti'c t^orgetown Parish. Est. 1794.
jonn S 3-40 O Strict Northwest.
Rev ? Hr ISTOPHKR P. HPAKUNO. Rector.
Services: 7:3') a.m.. 11 a.m. and "? p.m.
Daily. 10:30 aim. and 7:30 p.m
St- Agnes' Chapel'4s8U. E.
Services: 7.30. 10 and 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Florida ave. and North Capitol cars.
CHRIST CHURCH
r?CO G STREET S.E. FOUNDED 17?.".
REV. WILLIAM CURTIS WHITE. Rector.
Nov. 9 -21st Sunday after Trinity.
Services?7:30 a.m.. 11 a.m., 8 p.m.
Sunday school at 0:4"> a.m.
We did our part in killing men. Let i
do ?ur part in saving them. Strangers |
heartily welcomed at this historic church.
St. Mark's Church
Third and A Streets S. E.
Rev. C. R. Stetson.
Rev. Win. A. Masker. Jr.
Holy Communion, 7:30 a.m.
Morning service. 11 a.m.
POPULAR EVENING SERVICE. 8 p ro.
All Saints' Church <*%&%*** >
REV. .7. W. AUSTIN. Rector.
Services: 7:30, 11:00 a.m.
Church of the Incarnation
Corner N and 12th sts. n.w.
Sunday: 7:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.
Church of the Ascension
12th and Mass. ave. n.w.
Rev. J. HENNING NELMS. D. D., Rector.
Rev. E. PINKNEY WROTH. Associate Ft prior.
Sunday services: 8 and 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Sunday school and Bible class, lu a.m.
Organ recital?7:30 to 8 p.m.
St. Margaret's Bancroft place*.
Clergy?Rev. Herbert Scott Smith, D. D.
Rev. Fremont Newton Hinkel.
Twenty-first Sunday after Trinity,
7:30?Holy Communion.
9:30? Sunday school.
11.00?Morning prayer and sermon.
4:30?Evening prayer and sermon.
The rector will preach at both services.
Holy Communion on all Thursdays and
Holy Days at 11 o'clock.
All welcome, always.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL.
EbenwerWLE
FOURTEEN CONVERTS to date.
REVIVAL CONTINUED ALL NEXT WEEK.
6:00 a.m.? PRAYER and CONSECRATION.
<J:30 a.m.?Sunday school.
11:00 a.m.?Pastor's subject, "HEAVEN."
FOLLOW ED by HOLY COMMUNION.
REVIVAL and FELLOWSHIP.
3:30 p.m.?SPECIAL SERMON by PASTOR
lo MEN ONLY. Subject. "SAMSON."
MUSIC BROTHERHOOD CHOIR.
o:30 p.m.?Epworth league. "WIK-11Y
CHUM."
7:30 p.m.?Pastor's subject. "EXCUSES."
HOLY COMMUNION and REVIVAL.
EVERY RED CROSS MEMBER REPORT
REGISTRATION CARD and ONS DOL
LAR to CAPT. N. L. PROCTOR.
Monday. 8 p.m.?Pastor's subject, "THERE
IS NO DIFFERENCE."
Tuesday, 8 p.m. ? Pastor's subject, "GOOD
NEWS."
Wednesday. 8 p.m.?Pastor's subject,
"WHAT THINK YE OF CHRIST:"
Thursday, 8 p.m.?Pastor's subject, "A
CALL FOR MERCY IN HELL."
Friday. 8 p.m.?CON VERTS TESTIFY.
CHIi.oRE.n S REVIVAL EVERY DAY,
to ? P.M. PARENTS ARE URGED TO
SEND THEIR CHILDREN.
Friday. to ?i p.m.?CHILDREN'S SOCIAL
HOUR.
ALL UNIT LEADERS, GROUPS AND MIN
UTE MEN on FIRING LINE IN RE
VIVAL.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL SOUTH.
MT. PLEASANT
1CTH ST. N.W. NEAR LA MO NT.
Rev. JOHN C. COPENHAVER, Minister.
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school and Bible classes.
Ladies' Bible class, Rev. H. M. Reed
teacher.
Men's Bible class. Rev. C. D. Harris,
speaker.
11a.m. Public worship with sermon by
Rev. C. D. Harris, D. D.
7 p.m. Epwortb league.
s p.m. Scrinon by th_* mini.-fcr.
"How to Be Happy Though
Married"
All welcome. Seats free.
Mimrfn lmh AND H STREETS S.W.
IVAdrVlII REV. L. B. BOBBITT, Pastor.
9:30 a.m., S. S.; 11 a.m. and x p.m., ser
mons by the pastor: 7 p.ui.. E. L.
CT44f ~SECOND AT S ST. N.W.
OW rdUl REV. D. M. BROWN, Pastor.
11 a.m.?Sermon by Rev. Dr. J. Scott Johnson.
7:30 p.m.?Address. Rev. J. H. Kuhlman. '"Our
Home." 8:30 a.m.. S. S.: H:30 p.m., E I^a"u
<JOOI? MISIC. WAItM WKU'oife. CoSik"
EPWORTH
REV. JOHN PAUL TYLER, PASTOR.
Services tomorrow and every Sunday at
following hours:
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school.
11:00 a.in.?Sermon by pastor.
7:15 p.m.?Epworth League.
8:00 p.m.?Preaching by pastor.
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, praver
meeting.
I'ubiic cordially welcomed to anv and all
services.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL SOUTH.
/"M 1 Oth AND D STREETS
Grace Church son hwest.
Ki?y. MEADE BOLTON MACBRYDE. Rector.
Services. 11 a.m. ?nd s p.m.
Holy Communion?First Sunday at 11
a.m.. third Sunday at 7:30 a.m.
Cl flZIIt CHURCH. Stli <?T. NEAR
OU ^/d-IIldS Mass, avenue northeast.
Sunday services: 7:30, 10:30 and It a.m.
and 3:30 and ft p.m.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
lfith and U Sis-.
REV. ROLANP COTTON SMITH. I>. I>.
REV. EPWARP SLATER lH NI.Ar. M. A.
| REV. GEORGE WILLIAMSON SMITH, D. P.
j fr.wis m.?Holy Communion.
U1.~i a.m.?Sunday school.
11:00 a.m.?Mornirg prayer and -ermon.
Abb WEI/ OME.
The Cathedral
THE BETHLEHEM CHAPEL.
Wisconsin Ave. N.W. Near Woodl?y Road.
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m.
Morninc Prayer and Litany lO.OOt.m.
Holy Communion and Sermon,
Preacher, ('anon IH* Vries 11:00 a.m.
People's Evensong and Sermon.
Preacher. Canon Myer 4:00 p.m.
Take Georgetown and Wisconsin Ave. Cars.
All Souls' Memorialrc.SiA?.D
The Rev. H. H. P. STERRETT. Rector. Rev.
J. Mai-Bride Stf-rrr-tt. I>. P.. Associate Rector.
11?Morning prayer and sermon.
St Pflffl'Q ^rd STREET?
^ AVI1 o Xear Washington Circle.
REV. ROBERT TALBOT. D. D.t Rector.
8crvires: 7:30. 9:30. 10 and 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
All members of the parish are requested t??
meet in the parish hall at 8 o'clock Monday
evening in the interest of the "Nation-wide
Campaign." No collection or subscription
will t?e asked or accepted.
Take Fa. ave.-Georgetown cars.
The Nativity
School. 9:15. Adults, 10:15 a.m.
Men's Get-together supper. Thursday, 6:30.
The Resurrection. 3:15 and 4 p.m.
ST. THOMAS'
Iftth Near Dupont Circle.
Services: 8. 11 and 4 o'clock.
At 11 the Rector preaches on
"THE WORLD VISION OF THE CHURCH."
CHRISTIAN.
Ninth Street Christian
Church
Ninth and D ?ts. n.e.
BIBLE SCHOOL Sun
day morning at 9:30.
Classes for all,
MORNING WOR
SHIP and Communion
at 11 o'clock.
EVENING exercises at
7:45. llalf-hour song
service with orchestra.
Subject:
"The Kind of a Man
I Want for a Hus
band."
Geo. A. Miller, Pastor
338 Tenth St. N.E.
H St. Christian
PRESTON A. CAVE. Pastor.
Bible school. 10 a.m. Preaching, It a.m..
"PRAYER AND PROGRESS"; <:30 p.m..
illustrated lecture. "OUR ARMY IN
FRANCE." You will be a stranger here
only once.
Church of Christ ,D,SC,PLB8)
Masonic Temple. 8th and F n.e. <2nd floor).
Bible school. 10 a.m. Preaching. 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m. Cordial welcome to strangers.
Church^f Christ
Masonft- Temple, 8th and V n.e. (2nd floor), j
Sunday school, 10 a.m.; preaching. 11 a.m. |
and 7 p.m. Strangers web-ome. ?
Columbia Heights wi"*rB?fhfi
V. B. BAGBV. Minister.
11.00 ?"The Church School and the Nation
of Tomorrow."
7:45? "What to Pray For."
Sunday school. 9:30: C. E.# 6:45.
Vermont Avenue Christian
Church
Vermont ave. north of N st.
Rev. EARLE WILFLEY. LL. D.. Pastor.
Bible school, 10 a.m.: morning worship.
11, with sermon by the pastor; 8 p.m., even
ing service, sermon by pastor. C. E. meet
ing, 7. Midweek service, Thursday. 8 p.m.
UNITARIAN.
All Souls' Church anpnlksts'"
ULYSSES ?. B. PIERCE. P. P.. Minister.
9:45 a.m.. Sunday school: class for the
comparative study of religion.
11 a.m.. morning service; sermon by the
"'There i* also kindergarten during tbe hour
of morning worship.
8pm Liberal Religious Union. Mr. Pen
nis McCarthy will s<ve readings from lus
i,uein? Miss Elisabeth Keyes will sing, ac
coinpanying herself ?u the Irish harp. In
formal social hour. Cordial invitation to
voung people recently come to Washington.
METHODIST F.P19COPA1, SOUTH.
MOUNT VERNON PLACE
THE REPRESENTATIVE CHURCH
Massachusetts Avenue ^t Ninth Street
CLOVIS G. CHAPPELL. Pastor
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1919:
11 :00 a.m.?Sermon by the pastor: "LIFE INVESTMENT."
I 7:30p.m.?Sermon bv the pastor: "THE PLAIN TRUTH
ABOUT THE DANCE."
(Note change of hour for evening service.)
Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Live classes for all ages. Visitors
especially welcomed. Epworth League, 6:30 p.m. Leader, Mr.
Loure of Minnesota.
THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 13, MAIN AUDI
TORIUM : The biggest Prayer-Meeting Service vou ever attend
ed. Address by the pastor, I'WHAT WE BELIEVE, AND WHY."
Come.
THE GIFT OF THE SOUTH TO THE NATION'S CAPITAL.
PRESBYTER I Alt. PRESBYTERIAN.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
John Marshall place
J I a.m.?REV. MERLE ANDERSON, D.D.,
Speaks on
"THE NEW ERA"
8 p.m.?REV. JOHN BRITTAN CLARK, D. D.,
Speaks on
"IS BELIEF IMPORTANT?"
Does it matter what one believes? Does God care about one's
opinions? In religion is every one entitled to his belief? What
is the answer to "I could believe?"
S. S. at 9:30. Classes for all ages.
C. E. at 7. All young people invited.
All members and attendants of First Church, remember?this
is our
EVERY MEMBER GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
New York Avenue Presby
terian Church,
New York ave., 13th and H sts.
DR. WALLACE RADCLIFFE, Pastor.
9;3<* a.m.?Bible school. Adult classes.
11:00 a.ia.-rrBLK' WORSHIP. OR. RAD
< LI I*FE WILL PREACH.
0:00 p.m.?Fellowship Hour.
6:^1 p.m.?C. E. vesper service.
8:00 p.m.?PUBLIC WORSHIP. "THE
GOSPEL OF SOCIALISM."
Northminster 1 #!V"ns.m;iav "h?o!:w'
11. pre?? hing l?y Rev. W. Frank Grycc of
Mahanoy City. Pa.: tf:4."?, < E.
Gunton-Temple
DOUGLAS PUTNAM RI KM E, D. 1?.
0:4." a.m. Sunday sch<M?l. Bible classes.
11:00 a.m.?Worship. Sermon.
rt:45 p.m.?Y. P. S. C. E. meeting.
7:45 p.m.? Worship. Sermon.
Community singing
Georgetown Church
P ST. NEAR
_ 31st n.w.
Rev. Jam*'* T. Marshall. D. D., Pastor.
9:4."?. S. S.; 11, s?*rmnn bv pastor; 2:30. .In
nior C. R.: 8, evening with tin? choir, tli- ;
reeled by Geo. Herbert Wells. |
"(SOUTHERN ASSEMBLY).
OCllUd.1 ioth an(| Irving ats. n.w.
Rev. JAMES H. TAYLOR. 1>. D.. Pastor.
Preaching at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m., by Rev.
T. W. Hooper of Mitchells, Va; S. S.. 9:30
a.m.; C. E.. Jr., 3 p.m.: Westminster;
League, 5 p.m..: C. E., 7 p.m.; prayer serv-;
ice. Thursday, 8 p.m. , j
Western Presbyterian Church
H Street Between 19th and 20th N.W. j
Rev. J. HARVEY DUNHAM, Pastor.
9:30?Sunday school and Bible classes.
11:00?"God's Jewels." ,
7:00?Christian Endeavor. a
8:00?"Assembly." The sermon will be the j
second of the series on?
"BUGLE CALLS HEARD IN AN ARMY ,
CAMP." j
Church of the Covenant
Conn. ave. and N st.
Rev. CHARLES WOOD. D. D.. Minister.
Sunday?Nov. 9. 1919.
9:30?Sunday school, with men's and worn- 1
en's classes. j
11:00?Morning service. Dr. Wood preaches.;
3:30?Twenty-fifth inspirational service.
Address by Dr. Wood. Subject: "A j
NEW WORLD IN THE MAKING.** |
Special soloist, George Harold .
Miller, baritone. Four numbers by
the Solo Double Quartet. A service I
of sacred song. Sydney Lloyd Wright- j
son. director of music. Harvey Mar- ;
ray. organist.
?:1T,?Christian Endeavor. Tea supper.
0:4."??Christian Endeavor. Vesper service.
8:00?Evening service. Sermon by Dr.
Wood. Subject. "The Battlefields of
Europe and of the Soul?The Russian
Front?'The Enemy Within.' **
Evening choir of 200 voices. Soloist.
Mary Beisser. contralto. Sydney
Lloyd Wright son. director of music;
Harvey Murray, organist; Charles
Robeson, pianist.
Wednesday?November 12, 1919.
8:00?Rehearsal of the Washington Oratorio
Society, preparing "The Messiah.'
Every singer in the city welcome,
especially male voices. 500 voices
needed. There are no dues.
Thursday?November 13, 1919.
8:0O--Midweek prayer service.
PECK MEMORIAL CHAPEL.
28th and M sts.
3:00?Sunday school. / ?
7:00?Christian Endeavor service.
7:4."?- Evening service with >?-rmou.
Gurley Memorial
Rev. BERNARD BRASKAMP. M. A., Pastor.
11 a.m.. sermon. "The Welcoming of the
Church to the Returned Soldier": 8 p.?..
sermon. "The Man Who Searched aud
Found." Sydney Lloyd Wrightson. director
of music: RUiiard Lorleberg. violoncellist:
Oliver Mellum. baritone: Mary Beisser,. eon
' tralto.
Wallace Memorial
J. ALVIN CAMPBELL. Minister.
HUGH M. MILNE. Associate Pastor.
Sunday school. 9:30. C. K? ?J:4."j.
IJ a.m.?"Underglrding of th*; Home."
8 p.m.?"Prayer?Hs Amazing Results."
CONGREGATIONAL
^ J (Southern Assembly), 22nd St..
OCCOnO Bftwppn r and Q sft. n.w.
Rev. Andrew Reid Bird. Pastor.
9:43 a.m.?Sunday school?special adult
Bible classes.
11:00 a.m.? Morning worship, preaching by
Chaplain J. B. Frasier.
0:00 p.m.?Supper and social hour at the
Manse.
7:00 p.m.?Song service.
7:30 p.m.?Evening worship, preaching by
Chaplain J. B. Frasier.
Thursday at s p.m. Prayer meeting.
Si ranger^ < -ordially welcomed to all service*.
Garden Memorial MAn?^tuATe"
Rev. GEORGE M. CUMMINGS. pHstor.?
Sunday school. 0:30 a.m.: preaching. 11
a.m.; C. K.. 6:."?0 p.m.; evenine service, 7:30.
We wish tn extend our most hearty thanks
to sli our friends for the liberal contribution*
given toward our church improvement fund.
The work has been detayed because of sev
eral reasons we could not avoid, but we hope
to proceed with the work as soon as prac
ticable.
C. E._ JOHNSON. Chairman Board of Trustees.
Washington Heights Pres
byterian Church
Columbia and Kalorama roads.
REV. JOHN C. PALMER. D. D.. Minister.
9:30?Sunday school.
31:00 a.m.?
"RESTORING OLD FOUNTAINS."
7:45 p.m. - -
"ARMISTICE ANNIVERSARY SERVICE."
Sixth Presbyterian Church
10th and Kennedy sts. n.w.
Rev. MARCUS A. SPENCER. Pastor.
0:45 a.m.?Sunday school.
11:00 a.m.?"Lies; Blacky White and Gray."
8:00 p.m.?"The Building and Dedication
of Solomon's Temple." by Mr. W. H. H.
Smith. ILLUSTRATED. Of SPECIAL IN
TEREST TO FREEMASONS.
Thurs., 8 p.m.. prayer meeting at Dr. L..
J. Battle's. 1401 Kennedy st.
Fourth Presbyterian Church
13th and Fairmont sts.
Rev. JOSEPH T. KELLY, D. D., Pastor.
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school.
11:00 a.m.?Morning worship. Subject?
"The Church School and the
Nation of Tomorrow"
7:00 p.m.?C. E. 8ocietv.
8:00 p.m.?Evening worship. Subject?
"Men With God-Touched
Hearts"
The Pastor Will Preach at
Both Services
Westminster Church Memorial
7th st. s.w.-KEV. T. E. DAVIS. Pastor.
Morning service at 11 o'clock. Subject.
"The Greatest Work in the World." Evening
service at 8 o'clock. Special seruiou tu
young men: "Is the Young Man Safe?"
Metropolitan
Corner 4th and B sts. s.e.
Rev. FREELEY ROHRER, Pastor.
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school. Adult classes.
11:00 a.m.?'"THE LORD'S SUPPER."
7:45 p.m.?Sermon. "MY MASTER."
0:45 p.m.?Christian Endeavor Society.
Thursday. 7:45 p.m.. prayer meeting.
Free pews. Straugers invited.
Eastern Presbyterian Church
Sixth st. and Mai-ylaud ave. n.e.
kev. ALFRED E. BARROWS. D. D.f Pastor.
11:00 a.m. ? "The opening Doors."
8:00 p.m.? "Lost Power."
9:30 a.m.?Bible school. Classes for all.
10:00 a.m.?Bible class for men.
7:00 p.m.?Y. P. S. C. E.
(0\GREGAT10\AL.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
CORNER TENTH AND C STREETS N.W.
REV. WILMER P. JOHNSTON. ASSISTANT PASTOR.
11:00 a.m.?Sermon bv Dr. Charles A. Eaton,
"THE GREATEST QUESTION EVER
ASKED"
8:00 p.m.?Sermon by Dr. Charles A. Eaton,
"THE REAL LABOR PROBLEM"
Dr. Eaton has just returned from Europe, where
he has been engaged in making a first-hand study of
industrial conditions in <?reat Britain and France. '
His wonderful grasp of the economic principles
involved in the unrest of the world, together with his
depth of human sympathy, yualify him above most men
to speak with authority on present conditions.
Dr. Eaton was, until recently. Pastor of Madison Avenue Baptist Church
of New York City.
His articles in a certain magazine for October are considered among
,the greatest things recently written on the present religious, social end
'economic conditions.
9:.W A.M., Sunday School. 6:.?0 P.M., Christian Endeavor
WEDNESDAY. 8:15 P.M.:
JOINT RECITAL BY ELIZABETH W. CAMPANOLE. SOPRANO AND
HARRY EDWARD MUELLER, PIANIST
Admission Free
THURSDAY. 8:00 P.M.:
Regular Monthly Business Meeting of the Church
. ADDRESS BY REV. WILMER P. JOHNSTON: j
"THE GOAL OF CONGREGATIONALISM."
THE CONGREGATION AT* CHURCH IN THE
NORTHWEST.
Mount Pleasant
Congregational Church,
Columbia road near 14th street.
WALTER AMOS MORGAN
MINISTER.
I\ a.m.?"The Church
j School and the Nation of
I Tomorrow," ,
BY REV. ROBERT W. GAMMON. D. D.#
I OF CHICAGO, ILL.
j Special service for children every Sunday
morning.
J MT. PLEASANT CHORUS AND QUARTET.
j 5 p.m.?Vesper Service.
"Called to Be Saints"
CHURCH QCARTET.
Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.
Adult classes, 10 a.m.
Have You a Church Home?
J THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH IN THE
NORTHWEST.
Ingram Memorial Congregational
10th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.
9:30 a.m.?Sunday School. 7 p.m.?C. E.
11:00 a.m.?SERMON BY THE PASTOR.
8:00 p.m.?
SPECIAL MUSICAL
SERVICE
BY THE NATIONAL QUARTET AND
CHORUS CHOIK.
LEWIS E. PURDUM. Minister.
CLEVELAND PARK
LOWELL AND 31th 8TS. N.W.
Edward Dwight Eaton, D. D.,
l'aator.
9:45 a.m.?Sunday school.
11:00 a.m.--Service with sermon.
?L?\. LUMAN 11. ROYCE WILL PREACH.
RESCUE MISSION.
Central Union Mission
622 Louisiana Ave. N.W.
John S. Bennett, Supt.
SUNDAY, NOV. 9.
7:45 P.M. (
CAPT. THOMAS H. McKEE,
Speaker.
CHEVY CHASE QUARTET,
Singers
Next Sunday, Nov. 16, Mr.
Andrew Wilson, speaker; Mrs.
H. Caden and Miss V. Pollack
singers.
MTHKRAT LrTHKHAW.
LUTHER PLACE MEMORIAL,
(Thomas Circle)
(i. M. Diffendcrfer, D. D., Pastor
i) 45 a.m.?Sunday School for all classes. \V. O. Hiltabkllc,
superintendent. J. (i. IJutler Class for men, taught by pastor.
Rainbow ClasS for ladies, taught by Miss Rose Bright.
11:00 a.m.?Service with sermon bv pastor. Theme?
"THE GREATNESS MEN ADMIRE"
7:00 p.m.?Christian Endeavor meeting. Topic: "HOW" TO
AVOID FAILURE."
8:00 p.m.?Service with sermon by pastor. Theme?
"GETTING INTO HARBOR*'
Thursday evening, 8:00 p.m.?Prayer and praise service.
Kridav. Nov. 14?An Illustrated Lecture will be given bv the
pastor on "THE EVOLUTION OF THE NORTH AMERICAN
INDIAN."
This Church Welcomes YOU.
THE EVOLUTION OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN
Rev. George M. Diffenderfer,
formerly chaplain of the U. S. In
dustrial Indian School. Carlisle, Pa.,
will deliver an illustrated lecture on
"THE EVOLUTION OF THE
AMERICAN INDIAN"
at
Luther Placc Memorial Church
14th and N sts. n.w.,
ON FRIDAY EVENING.
November 14. at 8 P.M.
Admission, 50 cents,
the Proceeds to Apply on the Debt
and Parsonage Fund.
Some of the finest Indian views
extant will be shown.
Remember the date and tell your
friends abbut it. *
DE. DIFFENDERFElt.
7ir\r\ ",h ANn p STS- N w'
REV. RICHARD SCHMIDT, Tutor.
S. S., 8:30 n.m. German worship. 10 a.m.
English, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Confirmation
rlasses, Monday. 4 and 7 p.m. Luther
League. Thursday, 8 p.m.
Keller Memorial ichors.
D. D.. Pastor.?Sunday school at 9:30* a.m.
Morning service at 11. Evening service at
7:45. Sermons by the pastor. Young Peo
ple's Society at 6:45 p.m.
Atonement R L ar** & North Cap* Mt?1
.TXlUllCIllCIll Pastor. Rev. I. O. BAKER.
Services?S. S.. 9:30 a.m.; preaching. 11
a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Grace Lutheran Church
(Ohio Synod),
13th AND CORCORAN STR. N.W.
Preaching. 11 a. m.
Reformation
Sunday schc 1. 9:30 a.m.
2nd
AND B STS. 8.E.
1 Rev. John Weidley. Pastor.
Sunday services: S. S., 9:30; preaching, 11
a.m.. 7:30 p.m.; C. E.. 6:45 p.m. All wel
come.
Columbia Heights
Park road and
_ _Vew Tlamp. j.ve.
C. H. Butler, pastor.?At 11, "The Church
School and the Nation of the Future." Even
ing service. 7:30. School; 9:45. ?
PfnHcf New Jersey ave. between M and N.
V-JU151 souri Synod)?J. F. Wenchel, pastor.
Services. 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m.
Bible class and S. S.. 9:45 a.m.
Trinity Lutheran STS*?
II. Schroeder. paster.?Services, ii a.m.. Eng
lish; 7:30 p.m., German: S. S.. 9:45 a.m.
St. Paul's English Lutheran Church
Eleventh and H Streets N.W.
REV. JOHN T. HUDDLE. D. D.. Pastor.
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school. Chas. B. Bateman.
supt.
11:00 a.m.?Text of sermon?
"They Had All Things
Common"
Choir assisted by Mr. David Nenser. violinist.
7:OOp.m.?Young People's prayer service.
8:00 p.m.?Theme?
"Sensitiveness and Sense"
Thursday. 8 p.m., service of prayer and praise.
lUTaplr'e 8th AND B STREETS S/W.
JU 5 nev. J. B. Rupley. Pastor.
Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.; church services, 11
a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; prayer service. Wed., 8
p.m. You are welcome at all aervlees.
BAPTIST.
BAPTIST.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
16th and O Sts.
OR. HENRY ALLEN TUPPER. MINISTER.
Announces His Subjects foj Sunday:
1J a.m.?"THE NEW ERA AND THE OLD GOSPEL"
8 p.m.?"THE CRISIS AND THE CHRIST/'
Inspiring Music.
Baptism at close of evening service.
Bible school, 9:30 a.m., Edgar Howard, supt.
Classes for All.
t t
C. E. Society?You are invited to be present at 6 p.m. for re
freshments, friendship and good will. Devotional meeting at 6:45.
Come.
Rev. HERMAN LITORIN will preach in the Swedish lan
guage at 3 :30 each Sunday afternoon and at 8 o'clock on Wed
nesday during November. Scandinavians especially invited.
THE HOME CHURCH
Dr. John Robertson of Scot
land, Co-Laborer of D. L,
Moody,
WILL PREACH AT
FIFTH BAPTIST
CHURCH
K NEAR 7th SOUTHWEST.
Sunday?at 11 a.m. and 3:30 aod 7:30 p.m.
And at 7:30 p.m. all next week.
S. 8.. 9:30. Chapel, 3. B. T. P. U..
EVERYBODY WELCOME.
IMMANUEL BAPTIST
CHURCH
Sixteenth St. at^l Columbia Road.
To be the National Baptist Memorial to Rofer
Williams aud Religious Liberty.
The Pastor, (JOVE G. JOHNSON, preaches.
11 A.M.?
"Sure Enough Christians"
8 P.M.?
"The Enemy, or Who Was
Back of the Kaiser?"
A Bible sermon on Satan?the second of the
Messages to Men.
All men. and everybody, invited.
MR. PERCY S. FOSTER leads the song service.
The Bible school meet* at 9:30 a.m. Adult
classes at 10.
A Place and Welcome for All
ETT pastor, tells: "Women
? STlCZ uWClll and men who injure
most the real Churches in Washington," 8
p.m. Bright Auditorium: large free chairs
(men like them); songs composed by the pas
tor. 11 a.m.. "Christ's Coheirs." Centen
nial Bapt. Ch., 7th and Eye n.e.
Calvary Baptist Church
8th AND 11 8TS. N.W.
Rev. SAMUEL II. GREENE, D. D., Pastor, i
Rev. A. F. ANDERSON. D. D.. Assistant. j
Rev. A. D. BRYANT, Minister to the Deaf. |
Sunday school, 9:30 a.m., N. S. Faucett,
superintendent.
11 a.m., sermon by Dr. Greene.
8 p.m.?Sermon by Dr. Anderson.
Thursday, 8 p.m.. prayer meeting; 7 p.m.,
deacons' meeting: Christian Workers' Class,
leader. Dr. Anderson; subject, "The Great
Fore-Runner's Message and Methods"; Chris
tian Endeavor meetings. Sunday. 7 p.m.,
Tuesday, 8 p.m.: Friday Evening Club, 7:30.
ALL ARE CORDIALLY INN ITED.
^177- 9th AND S.C. AVK.ft.lt. I
Vjrracc DaptlSt raster. F. W. JOHNSON.
9:30? Bible school. Classes for all.
11:00?"BAPTISTS ON TRIAL BEFORE
THE WORLD." I
7:43?REV. C. 8. KNOX, Virginia, preaches.
Seats free. All welcome.
Temple Baptist Church
lutli and N *ts. n.w.
REV. 4. 4. Mt'lR, Castor.
11 a.m.?"THE ATTESTING VOICE."
8 p.m.? "USES FOR THE AXE."
Bible school. 9:^0 a.m. C. E. Sociecv. 7
p.m. A cordial invito lion to all, especially
strangers.
\
Metropolitan Baptist Church
Sixth and A Streets K.B.
JOHN COMPTON BALL. Pastor.
9:30?Bible school. Classes for all.
10:00?Hun. C. W. Hauilin meets men.
11:00?Sermon by the pastor.
Followed by the reception of new members.
3:00?Junior V. I*. S. C. E.
6:45?Bright Hour for Young People.
7:43?-SERMON OX "THE RIGHT OF
CHOICE AND THE IMPORTANCE OF
THE RIGHT CHOICE."
Baptism at the evening service.
DUTWAWV RHODE ISLAND AVE.,
XJMSm x i l/lll X Corner 2nd st. n.w.
HUGH T. STEVENSON. Minister.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a.m., "Wom
an s Legion's Mission."
S p.m., "America Legion's Message."
Bible ? school. ?:30 a.m. C. E., 7:90 p.m.
Midweek church prayer meeting, Thursday
at 8 p.in.
Everybody feels a? home in Bethany.
West Washington Baptist
31st and N sts. n.w.
WILLIAM R. FLANNAGAN. Pas'or.
11^:00 a.m.?"The Closed Door."
7:45 p.m.?"Look and Live."
Baptism.
9:45?Sunday school. 6:45?-B. T. P. U.
30 o'clock?Men's Bible class.
yhere is u welcome for you.
7th and Randolph streets
vlWUI U1 Rer F. PAUL LANGHORNE.
11 a.m., '"The Church of Today"; 7:45
p.m., "Borrowed Religion"; ?:30, 8. S.; 7
p.m., Y. P. S. _
Kendall Baptist Church
Otli nt. near R s.w.
Rev. F. U GRIFFIN. 1'nHor.
9:30 a.m.?S. S. 6:45 p.m.. I'. K.
11:00 a.oi.?"A WEDDING."
7:30 p.m.?"THB LONGEST_SERMON."
Mt. Tabor wlscov^t ?*? w
REV. AMOS CLARY. Pistor.
Regular services.
Second Baptist Church I'"/,'
Rev. HOWARD I. STEWART. Pastor.
INSPIRATION WEEK. DR. GEORGE W.
SWOPE of Richmond. Vs., lawyer, preacher
and Southern evangelist, will preach, 11
a.m., on "'WHIPPING THE DEVIL." and
X p.m.. on "VICTORY THROUGH BLOODY
SACRIFICE." The meetings wHl continue
throughout the week ant conclude Sunds.v
cvening, Nov. Pth. A hearty welcome to
these meetings is extended to all. Come.
BAPTISM AT THE EVENING SERVICE.
SPIRITUALISTS.
MEETING SUNDAY EVENING AT 8
u'clork in Society Ball. 308 G ?t. ?.w.
REV. <1. L.YAL AKTHAN.
Noted platform teat medium, will demon
utrate life beyond the ([rare. Gl?e .pint
message*. Doora open at 7:30. Hear him
You will make no miwtake. ?_
The First Spiritualist Church
LKCTUBK BY TlIE PASTOH,
Alfred H. Terry
SUBJECT.
' 'The Invisible Presence"
Followed by spirit m?-bs?*ges.
Sunday. S p.m.. at Pythian Temple, 10LJ mh
*t. n.w.. stvond floor. All welcome. *
^SrHENin^"HbLDB MEETINGS SUNDAY.
Wcdnesdsy and Friday evenings at 8 o cjock.
11 4th st. s.e. Everybody gets a reading.
Phone Line. 2049. ;
Unity Spiritualist Church
! Concordia Hall. Sth and E ats. n.w.?7 S0 p.?
An inspirational address Iw
DR. ZAIDA BBOWN KATBi
Followed by spirit mc>ia|ea.
All lBTited.

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