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!?* REVIVAL MEETING '
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McKENDREE METHODIST 1
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
i' #u Mass. Ave. N.W. Between 9th and 10th Streets -
| ^ *" *': (The Red Brick Church) |
Chas. A. Shreve, Pastor B"
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MISS NELL E. MAYS C
OF McKENDREE EPWORTH LEAGUE
SPEAKS EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT SATURDAY
SONG SERVICE BEGINS 7:45
Come and Bring Your Friends REGULAR
SUNDAY SERVICES AS FOLLOWS: jj
t:N a.m.~Prayer service.
):tl am.?Sunday school. Classes (or all. Dr. Wesler, Supt.
11 :M .o'clock?Public worship, sermon by the pastor: p
"Bringing Back the Ark of God to Israel'*?Text, Acts \ -8
6:0# Junior League, Miss Corning, Director.
?:0b p.m.?"Get Acquainted Meeting." Strangers invited.
7:M p.m.?Epworth League. Devotional service.
9 O'clock?Epworth League Revival Begins. Miss Nell Mays will speak
Miss Mays is a member of the McKendree League. She is eighteen years
of age, and has already been used of the Lord in the salvation of many
souls. > . . _
TUESDAY, 2:30 to S:30 p.m.?Service of prayer for the healing of the sick. J
CALVARY i
On Columbia Road N.W. Between 14th and 15th Streets
JAMES SHERA MONTGOMERY, Minister
9J0?Bible School, Mr. Edwin Dice, Supt. ~j
Calvary Men's Bible Class. Joseph W. Thompson, Teacher; Dr.
Charles Campbell, President.
fl:0&?Public worship, with sermon by the MINISTER, on the subject:.
THE BEACON LIGHTS OF PROGRESS"
6:45?Epworth League and Intermediate League meet for devotional ~
services. t
A)?Public worship, with sermon-lecture by Dr. MONTGOMERY on ^
the subject: u. , u
THE MEN WHO STOOD BYTHE ST^F" 1
Special music at all public services byGEQRGE HAROLDMILLER,
the CALVARY QUARTET AND THE CALVARY CHORUS-CHOIR.
a - . > 1
prec ,e*ts to the people. Church doors open* in the evening ?t 7:30: 1
' * V- i' _
THE WASHINGTON DISTRICT ^
EPWORTH LEAGUE J
Morning Watch
Will be held at Wesley Chapel, 5th and F streets, on Sunday
morning at 6 JO. We will have with us again our old leader,
Dr. F. M. McCoy. ,
Board of Epworth League "
\ WEDNESDAY EVENING, December 1,
AT WESLEY CHAPEL, 8 P.M.
The business session will be followed by departmental 4
conferences.
ALL EPWORTH IAN S AND THEIR FRIENDS ARE
CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND THE ABOVE
MEETINGS.
"QUIET TALKS" MR. S. D. GORDON
METROPOLITAN MEMORIAL M. E. CHURCH L
(TSX RATIO SAL KXTHODIST OmJBCE)
John. Marshall Place (4y2 St. N.W.), One Block North of Pa. Ave. _
S uSir tt ?- -?"Haee Too tw Dlarorrred God V 8 p.m?"Tboao la taaeh with M C
Who hart died, what ran be kaowa certainly a boat thew?" O
Mnaday. 4 p-??"Baptlaw ot Holy Spirit, aa erideaced la oar Utroo."
tliindor s P.M.?"Thot* not la touch with Gwrf who ha?e died, what can w? kaow eartalaly i
ahaet thoar
11 Mir. 4 p.ai.?"Baptliai of Holy Spirit, aa It aSeeta oar pcraoaaUty and aarvlee."
Taoaday, S p.ai.?"Caa wa tiara canai an Ira tloo with tba dead!" m
We4aaoday. 4 p.nt.?"Saptlra of tho Holy SplAt, aa related to the apeaklaf la other tohneo 1
thee ene a owa." Wadaaaday, 4 p w.?"la there another chnnco for nlratlon after
: ;
SutlT S pja.?CaeoHias of tablet to the meaiery of the lata ?
Justice THOMAS H. ANDERSON
. Jaatiee W- P- Stnford will make tho add me. Roe. Dr. Hock Jehaatoa aad Sea. Dr.
J. R, fhnaaoa will alao apeak. Roe. Dr. J. s. Moatcomery will auhe the prayer. Tba
Sar Aeaeriattea haa baaa larlted, aa alao the Ohio Adaoclatioo. PabUc cordially laritod to
all tho aarrteaa.
Harry Dawson Mitchell, D. D., Minister ?
FOUNDRY METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
i Sixteenth Street Near P Street N.W. -
REV. HERBERT F. RANDOLPH, D. Minister
DR. RANDOLPH PREACHES
"THE PURITAN AND THE HOME"
bin Senium by Rev. Oeorge Elliott. D. D., Lb D. Editor Methodltt
Revi.w, Paetor of Foundry Church from IS87 to 1882- Reception, with
refreshments. at oloee of evening service.
Foundry Qiurttt will king: In the morn In*: "The Lord In My Li*ht,"
by Parker; "Thou 8hnlt Dwell in the band," by Stainer. And in the evening: .
'gweet the Momenta. Rich in Bleaaln*." by Godfrey; "The Kin* of Dove My
tike* herd In." by Shelley.
Prof. Anton Kaapar will render violin solon both mornin* and evenin*.
S:M a-m.?CHURCH SCHOOL?CLASSES FOR ALL AGES.
?:?S P.m.?EPWORTH LEAGUE SERVICE.
THURSDAY, 5:20 to 1:45 p.m.? EDUCATIONAL, CLASSES and ADDRESS by
DR. RANDOLPH.
Visitors and Strangers Cordially Invited
tl
laws Avenue M? E. Church Wesley Chapel M* E. Church
(hr. Mtfe bad Haaaraaa ata. m-w. ftth.aad P ata. a.w.
jjfs > J3Uj<!ii.O.. JJJalatar. WILLI AH A. HAOQEKTT. Ph. D.. Pu*?.
Ill. L P. CHA8TAIN, AaaC Mialater. 9:15 a.m.?Sunday hM?
laalar arbyot _ MR. JOHN 8. BARKER. Supt.
tt?*> laaw by Bar. JsAa 8. W- ll :00 a.m?Harmon by tba aaatot?
_Tl ***? . . "THE riLOKIM AND HIE BOO* "
^ t5*?Earmon 1by tbe aarittaat mlniater. '^1 "coimtAl"wR&>Olilf^Yl?,'ALI..t
1 v ^ . -I/'
: H i
IRTHOP19T EPISCOPAL (WMlt).
METHODIST EPISCOPAL
r <iugn cnrncH.
" Third and A Streets Northeast.
Rer. HOWARD F. DOWNS, Pastor.
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school. Organised classes.
11:00 a.m.'?
lev. John R. Shannon. D. D<
0:30 p.m.?Epworth League serTice.
"Bridging the Chasm"
TOD ARE CORDJALLX INVITED.
incoln Road
Community Church with a Hearty Welcome.
? . C. C. McLEAK. M. A., D. D.. Minister.
21 a.m.?"Christ's MtMhn and Ours.".
SpAn."?"The Shame of Which IV Be
Ashamed." '
ALL SEATS FREE. HKARTT WELC6MK.
rinity Methodist episcopal
Pesna. avr. and Fifth at. a.e.
I. PHELPS HAND, Paator.
8:30 a.m.?Sunday school.
11:00 a.m.?.Sermon by the paator.
7:00 p.m.?Kpworth League.
8:00 p.m.?Popular serrlce with brief sermon
by the pastor. Excellent
music by the quartet and Inspirit*
congregational singing. All
seats free. Hearty welcome to
all strangers.
FREE METHODIST"
Location 416 2d at. n.w.
REVIVAL 8BRVICK8
FROM NOV. 28 TO DEC. 5.
In charge of
BISHOP SALLRW.
Old-time Religion.
Tou are cordially Invited.
Rosedale M. E* Church
416 Tenn. are. n.e.
REV. C. F. LINGER, Paator.
11 a.m. and 8 p.m.?Sermon by the pa?tor.
Sunday school. 9:45. Ep worth League. 7 to 8.
touglas Memorial "no"^8"'
THE CHDBCH OF THE DIG WELCOME."
HEV. EDWARD HATER. D. D.. Pastor.
Great Sunday school, 8:30 a.m.
Bpworth League. 7 p.m.
11 a.m.?Sermon by the pastor.
8 p.m.?He rival serrlce conducted
BY THE PASTOR.
Good quartet and chorus music.
Come and bring your friends.
STRANGERS ESPECIALLY WELCOME.
imerican University Chapel
lass. are. one block wett of Wisconsin avt.
hAn Y W n.oalU.n T. 17 Ik r.ksnMllAP
10:00 a*.tn.?Sunday school.
11:00 a.m. demon by Lloyd Hiifioi.
Himbarton Ave. 31* strew.
WALTER G. McNKIL. Minister.
11:00 a.m.?"THE BOCK OF AGE6."
I Corinthians. 10.4.
7:30 p,m.?"ENTERING INTO THE GATES
OF DEATH."
fourth picture sermon (Tissot palatini!)
on 'The Carpenter's Son."
8:30 p.m.?Social boor, concluded by Eptrorth
League.
Sunday school, Isaac Birch, Sopt. 9:80 a.m.
Jnion Methodist Episcopal
20th at. near Pa. are. n.w.
SET. WILLIAM JOSEPH MEEK8, Patter.
9:30 a.m.?Bible school. Classes for all.
11:00 a.m.?"The naming Heart."
7:00 p.m.?Toting People'I sereiee.
8:00 p.m.?"The Han Who Bold His Honor."
Second la aeries on "Men Who
Sold Oot."
THE HOUSE OP POOD FELLOWSHIP.
Eldbrooke M. E. Church
Corner Birer and Murdoch MU1 rends. .
Just off Wisconsin avenue.
JOHN BDWABD POST, Minister.
0:30 ajb.?Sunday school. L. L. Derrick,
eopt.
II :00 a.m.?Sermon by the pastor?
"THB PILGRIMS AND THE BIBLE."
7:15 p.m.?Epworth League. ~
8:00p.m.- Sermon by the pastor?
"THB PURITAN SPIRIT IN AMERICA."
MTHODIST PKOTKSTAWT.
forth Carolina Ave. * nv,f.'
KEV. J. FRANKLIN RRTAN. Pastor,
a.m.?"THE CHURCH IN TOTATIRA."
p.m.?"THS.PROSPBCT OF THE GODLT."
THE HOMELIKE CHURCH.
Rhode Island Avenue
' Rhode Island "nee. at First tL a.w.
RRV. Q. I. HUMPHREYS, Minuter.
10 a.m.?Mixed adult class.
LI a.m. and 8 p.m.?Services.
8:10?S. 8. 7 p.m.?C. E.
"A CHURCH WITH A MISSION."
iwnwinir roooTAt m>tth.
' ?1ir ! 9 at Both tad Stat ata.a.Wi
aivary j. c. hawk, ruter.
S. A, ?:S0 A.m. A Lb, 7:U p.m.
LI a.m.?"The Cm-eaqnerabte Spirit."
8 p.m.?"Vegetable Pity."
MT. PLEASANT
Mtfe at La. aaar Lament
John C Copenhaver
MINISTER.
t;BO a.m.?Bnaday acboot a ad Bible elaaaea.
11:00 a.m.?Moraine warabip. Barman bp
the mini*tar
Why Have a Sunday Law
for the District"
7:00 p.m.?Epworth Leapo*. '
:00 p.m.?Reonlaa werahtp. Sermon bf
the m la liter
Discontented* Yet Happy
and Successful"
Free paw* and a cordial weletme for yoo
tt all terrier*.
larvin Bti'lidTrtn.ti aaathmeat
CLAUD 1) M HRUIK. Minlatcr.
It a.m.?"ONI WITH AOTHOBITT."
S p.m.?"THB SWELLING Of TO* JOBDAN."
I, A. ?:? 7 o'clock. Bpwortb Ica?ne.
m? P_ M.JL Owirrii ?? AND 0
wo a?aa man ffiTSBe If
BUT. ARTHUR W. WOMACK. P?*tor.
P:90. B. R. II a.m . mam. Dr. c. M.
Blooat of Booth Carolina. 7 p.m.. aubleet.
TIM Tfeicc Judgments " Welcome.
? Pm??l "BCOXO AT S BT. N.W.
U raUX REV. 1). M. BROWN. Pa*t*r.
11 .. .?"LAW AND FREEDOM."
8 p.m.?REV. J. H. WKI.LB, |>. D.
1:80R. 8.; T p.m.. Kpworth Lmnr.
A WARM W BLOOM B TO ALL.
mCTHOPIBT KF18COPAL BOOTM.
Vlount Vernoi
THE
)r. CLOVIS G. fcHAPPEL
su
11:00 a.m.?Sermon by E
M(
OVERFLOW SERVI
"HAVE YOL
MUSI
8 p.m.?Sermon by DR.
Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.
The Overflow Service is for
le main auditorium. Seats fo
SOCIAL HALF I
"The Gift
V.NN
' f '
ICOdGBEBmOX*!.
^ f * _ / . .
10:00 n.m.?Ef>rtnrf<i fn mailt mi-Htr.
FOB FREE GOVERNMENTS. Suliict. X<
OF STATE?THE 'VIRGINIA l'LA.V AX1
REV. JASON NOB
UHJOa^'JuSt
8:0(T p.m.?
" If'n I?J /"A r* ^ f/A
it ^ i iaiu iu
I The choir will render n TIlANKSfll
| injr. under the direction of Harry Kihvai
old organ played by the blind organist a
; 1909, will be played. Oue of I Jr. KischolT*
8:00 p.m. Monday?Sunday school el a
8:00 p.m. Thursday? Meeting for pra
MT. P
(CoilE
In the R(
Columbia Rf
WALTER AMO:
11:00?'"The Questi.
(What question do you ask v.l
sought peace of heart'.' Where sh
grow dim?)
5:00?"Turning Poi
Liberty: The P
(What is His message for to
Special Music
Church School, 9:45.
Sermon for children ever
Small children cared for
SEA'
COAGREOATIOXAl..
THE LAST OF THE TnUEB 3T.PICTVI
illustrated lectures on the Pilgrims will
at Ingram Memorial Church. 10th and A
saehunetta ave. n.e., Sunday evening,
o'clock.* and bv irenerosity of one of its
" tired" member**, who meet* expense
lighting and 'heating, no collection will
taken. Everybody welcome.
Ingram Memorial Congregatioi
lOtli fit. find Mfifi.Bfhti..tt? pre. n.e.
9:80 fi.m.?HONDAY SCHOOL. 7 p.m.?C.
11 A.m.?"AN OLD QOAIL STOUT."
8 p.m.?"THE PILOKIM8 IN AM1JRIC
(8.7 view.,) Third iu *erie? on N
Bower I'llerime.
LEWIS K. PU1IWJM. Minister.
CLEVELAND PARK
S4tli AND LOWELL UTS.
REV. FRANK ELLSWORTH BIGELOW.
"9:45 a.m.?Bible school.
21:00 a.m.? "THE SPIRIT OF THE 8
BATH."
8:00 p.m.?Community service. Address
Mr. Raymond F. Crist, Department of Lai
All EKirANIZATlON / *
M* ?H? (?'?! r !';>* oV l|. I t ??4??rc?J
Haven M. E. Church V,"1 "i
WM. BROWN. Pastor.
9:80 a.m.?Sunday school.
11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m.?Preaching.
3:30 p.?n-.?The Pleasure Club will be
stalled into office. Rev. Geo. W. Ni?-h<
- of Brown's Memorial A. M. E. Ore
will .preach life sermon. . His fare
choir will sing. Prof. Lightland. diree
5:00 p.m.?Class.
0:30 p.m.?League.
A Cordial Welcome Is Extended to All.
CampSell A. M. E. Chun
Nichols ave. s.e.
Sunday. Nov. 28th?1920.
9:30 ajm.?8unday school,
11:00 a.m.?Mrs. Dayse Walker Booker.
0:00 p.m.?C. E. L H. R. Queenan, pre
0:00 p.m.?Sermon by pastor. "OOD'8 W
OF DELIVERING IIIH PEOPLE."
W. H. MANOKOO. Pastor.
Miles Memorial C. M. E. Choi
3rd at. between L and N. T. ave. n.w.
Rev. MILLARD L. BREEDING. Minister
11:00 a.m.?Sermon by Dr. G. Gardner I
of Jacksonville. Fla.
8:00 p.m.?Paator's subject, "Some of
Outstanding Promises of God
Tbnrsday, Dec. 2, 8 p.m.?$5,000 rally. 1
tore b.v Miss Nannie Burroughs.
OV TTMff DTViKK'
r__-_t r TW p AMJ II STS. 8
ISToCl V* 1VJU C. Sam II. Wallaen. pan
II a.m., Kormon by Her, A. AflKOld Urn
B. O.. of Demtraru, 8., A. 8 p.m., sen
hy paator. -
John Wesley A.M.E. Zion Choi
Corner 14th and Corcoran sts. n.w.
REV. W. O. CAIUUNOTON. Pastor.
9:30 a.m.?ftanda.r eehool and . Bible <-la?
^0:46 a.m.?"THE RUINED ALTAR."
Soloist: MIm Toting.
9:00 p.m.?Christian Endeavor meeting.
7;4& p ro.?Sermon by Dr. Rons of Jackf
Hie, Fla.
Soloist: Miss Elisabeth Rtannard.
Worship with us! You will enjoy these wrvi
MKTHOP13T EPI3COPAL
Ebenezer M. E. Church
Corner 4th and D at*, a.e.
X. W. WATERS. Pa?tor.
9:30?Sunday school. Adult classes.
11:00?Sermon by the p?Nt#.
8:30?Beach Rally <P. W. U. S.). Litei
program.
5:30? Kpworth league.
7:30?Anniversary of the Daughter*
Jerusalem.
A WELCOME TO ALL.
OTTHOD1ST BPfgCOPAL SOFT
i Place M. E
i REPRESENTATIVE C
\T!_AL i a v_ -t- aa- A .
i>inin ana lviabsaciiuseris avc
L, Pastor. Rev. M.
NDAY, NOVEMBER 28,
)R. CHAPPELL:
3RNING FA(
, >, .. . .
CE?Sermon by Mr. E
I YOUR APF
..
C BY BOYS' CHOIR AND S
PRETTYMAN, Chaplain
the accommodation of those
r all. ALL SEATS FREE.
iOUR AFTE? THE EV
of the South to the Natio,
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'
OUN
rOlVGRKGATTO^Alt }~
"fkst ; ;
CONGREGATIONAL ;
CHURCH , I
10th and G-Sts. N.W.
'? i Jason Noble Pierce,- ^
|Bj' Wilnier P. Johnston, | ,
j Ministers '
riant by T?r. Morrill E. Gates. t THE THREE RSt
>v. n.i.?r as. -uwini; Tin: keel of oi u sun* s
I THE 'NEW JEltSEY I'EAN.' " >1
LE PIERCE PREACHES G;
Like Children" a
IU-\
Be a Christian" s'
VI.VG CANTATA, hy Clough-Leightcr. in the oven<1
Mueller. 'i..is is the last Sunday the famou* V
ml oom poser. I ?r. John W. Iffisclioff, who died in
s original anthems will also be Ming.
ss under the direction of Mrs. Xannette 11. Paul.
iyor and praise. i
LEASANT ,
fregational) i!
:sidential N.W. ?'
jad Near 14th St.
5 MORGAN, Minister
on of a Despairing Sou!" A
ion you art: in despair? Whore havo you s,
ouid you go when the lights of the soul
3s
nts in American Religious 3,
ilgrim Spirit, and Today" ~
day? Is alive? Where?)
(Quartet Choir)
A ' ' ' w
, ii
y Sunday A.M. v c
during serviee.:f^> i T
IS FREE' :f; ' Ti
\ l"-l - *
!E?' Ninth 5trWGhristian _
n ' Church St
Ninth andDSirects N.E.
~l Bible School at 9:30 a.m. ^
Conjtmunipn and Morning
E' Worship-at If-o'clock
A-** \ * # " i ' ' *_
lay- Evening Services at "7:45 _
? Rev. G. A. Miller, Pastor
338 10th Street N.E.
Church of Christ
AB- (DISCIPLES)
Bible study, 10 a.m.
by Communion. 11 a.in. I j
bor. Evening service, 7:30 p.m.
Masonic Toinplp. 8th and F sts. u.e. T
rr~ Second floor, front.
LJ- W. S. LON<;. MWister.
VERMONT AVENUET n
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
jn' { Vermont avenue north of N street.
REV. EARLE WILFLEY, LL. D., Pastor.
!ous 1{ev EARL TAGGAKT, Asst. to the Pastor. T
tor. J>:45 a.m., Bible school; It, morning -worship.
with sermon by I)r. Wilfle.v on "The CH
Fourth Watch." 8 p.m.. evening service,
sermon by Dr. Wilfley on "Public Safety." D
6:ir?. young people'* tea; 7, C. E. meetings.
Thursday, 8 p.m., midweek service. J
Columbia Heights wr'? uBt2*? ?
E. B. BAGBY, Minister.
11:00?"How Is Jesus Different" Be*
s. 7:4."??"What to Do With Burdens." H
AY C, E.. <>:4B?Miss Sophronia Sloan, leader. DI
_ First Christian Church \
A Stansbnry Lodge Hall, 1
Brightwood. '
A. B. KENDALL, D. D? Pastor.
10 a.m.?Bible study. ? - ?
toss 11 a.m.?"TUB BOOK 6F THE PILGRIM
FATHERS, THE BOOK MEN NEED
the TODAY." *
I. 8 p.m.?"FOUR CALLS OF CHRIST." R
\joq- You are cordially invited.
UJBL.K ITU Ufcjjrrs.
?
Z: International Bible Students' ?
noil Association _?i
PtTHIAN TKMl'l^: AUU1TORIDM,
ZJ, 1012 9th at. n.w.
tM I^<-tnn> at 3 p.m. Sunday by
PILGRIM C. Ji. MYKRp of Brooklyn, N. T.
"es "The Photo Drama of |
Creation" g
i?n" The. Bible story illustrated by moving pictures. J
SEATS FREE. ALL WELCOME.
if Associated Bible Students
AUDITORIUM-1315 K ST. N.W.
II. N. FATZINGER will apeak Sunday at <
3 p.m. Subject, "The Holy City."
FRIENDS. T
Friends Meeting arv
Firat day (Sunday) school?10 a.m.
ALL ARK INVITED. j[
of EViosn/le (ORTHODOX) 13th & Irving ata. n
r nCllUS Sunday school, 9:45. Meeting ^
for worship, 11 a.m. AH invited.
i
H. WETHODHT F.PI8COPA1 HOfH.
. Church South
HURCH
nuc
LEO RIPPY, Assistant Pastor
1920
ZES
IIPI'Y: I
OINTMENT?" 1
OLOIST
of the Senate.
I
who are unable to secure seats in
*
Cc
ENING SERVICE y.
(
?
n*5 Capital" ^
C El
EPISCOPAL.
St. Mark's Church
Thin! ani*A Srrfct* S.K.
Jlev. C. K. Stetson.
Rev. >Tni. A. Maskei* jr.
fbljr Communion 7:30 a.m
hurch school ?. 8:30 a.m
dult Bible classes A 8:?0 a.m
loruin*? service % 11:00 a.m
renin* service K:00p.m
ioly < om in union Thursdays ll:0^a.m
famaa' ~CHU*CS.~Vtii" st\ NEA1
* Mus. an.. n> -Smviay M*rv
h 7:30. llh.O nn.l 11 am. :13<1 ?n?l > I' "'
Fhc Diocesan Bible Cfass
IRS. GEOIUJK SMALLWOOB. TBACUKR.
nil meet in the Willard room of Kpipliao'
'.irish Hall tic^t Fridav even in* at .
'clock. All ure cordially invited to *1*^^
? Agnes' Church 4S': 1L?5m2
ervices: 7:30. Jo and 11 a.m. and H p.m.
nke Florida ave. or North Capitol cars.
race Church
pv. OE0RGK W. ATKINSON. Jr . Rector.
Services. 7:31) ami 11.
/'S ..." ~i lit n A \ DinSTREET!
i ate wiurcn nihttiwkst.
MEADE BOLTON MAC1U! YDE. Uector
Services, 11 a.m. nnd S p.m.
Holy Communion- -First Sunday at 11 a.m.
lirrl Sunday at 7:30 a.m.
pv/?p? 2srt> "street near
rdUi ^ WASHINGTON CIRCLE.
HFV. RoRMIT TALBOT. I>. D.. Rector,
ervlces?7:30, 10 and 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Sunday school. 9:30. _
Ifhurch of the Incarnation
Corner N and 12th sts. n.w.
Sunday; 7:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.
St. Andrew's Church
i PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL!
X. II. avenue ami V st. n.w.
REV. J. J. Dl.MON. Rector.
Services ?
^:00?Holy Communion.
R30?Sunday school.
1:00-?Morning service nnd sermon.
*:00?Evening service and sermon.
Church of the Ascension
Mass. Ave. and 12th St. N.W.
ev. J. HKNNIXG NE1AIS. D. I?.. Rector.
SERVICES AT X AND 11 A.M. AND
S P.M.
[I Saints'Uhurch
REV. .T. W. AUSTIN, Rector,
ervicea; 7:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Sunday school at 9:43 a.m.
r THOMA^r~BruTi:F;NTH
l 1 llWiVLrVO Near Dupont Circle
1 a.m. Rev. C. Ernest Smith, D. D., D. C. L
p.m. Rev. Thomas A. Johnstone.
r:30. Organ recitah
Washington Cathedral
TITE BETHLEHEM CHAPEL.
Wisconsin Ave. N.W. Near Woodley Road.
oly Communion 7:30 a.ra,
orning Prayer and Litany 10:00 a.m.
oly Communion a"nd Sermon,
Preacher, the Dean 11:00 a.m
horal Evensong and Sermon,
Preacher, Canon De Vries 4:00 p.m
ake Georgetown and Wisconsin ave. cars.
he Nativity "Vio.ti."*'
17lh Anniversary?Advent Sunday.
Beginning of a new church year.
Every member should now answer
the roll-call, for church support.
Preaehing mission, 7 day*, Dec. 3-12.
Anniversary bazaar, December 13. 14.
CONN. AVE. AND
JVldT^rCt S Bancroft place.
l?vgy?Rev. Herbert Scott Smith. D. d.
Rev. Fremont Newton fiinkel.
First Sunday in Advent.
7:30?Holy Communion.
H:30?Sunday school.
1:00?Morning prayer and sermon by th<
rector.
1:30?Evening prayer and sermon by thi
Rev. F. N. Hinkei.
Holy Communion, Tuesday (St. Andrew*!
ay) and Thursday at 11 a.m.
ALL WELCOME ALWAYS!
Church of the Epiphany
G near 14th street.
REV. PERCT POSTER HALL.
REV. ROBERT EVANS BROWNING.
day services, 8 & 11 a.m. and 4 4 8 p.m
Sermons t?y BISHOP DAKST of
Wilmington, N. C.
3 a m.?Oorporate Communion for men an<
boys.
onigbt (Sat.). 7:30 p.m.. preparatory de
votional services conducted by Rev. J. J
J>. IIAIJj formerly of Galilee Mission
Philadelphia.
A T I O N-W IDE CAMPAIGN and
PREACHING SERVICES
Daily next week at
12 in. and 8 p.m.
BY BISHOP DAK8T.
Holy Communion daily at 8 a.m. and oj
ueaday and Thursday at 11 a.m.
RISTIAN' HEALING SERVICES. 2nd am
4th Tuesdays in December,
ec. 14th.. 10:30 a.m.: Dec. 23th. 8 p.m.
ST/JOHN'S CHURCH
10th and H sts.
.EV. ROLAND COTTON SMITH, D. D.
'. GEORGE WILLIAM DOUGLAS. S. T. D
EV. EDWARI) SLATER DUN LAP, M. A.
I. GEORGE WILLIAMSON SMITH,, D. D.
(*:00 a.m.?Holy Commnnlos.
>:45 a.m.?Sunday school.
1:00 a.m.?Morning service and sermon.
1:00 p.m.?Choral evensong and sermon.
Dr. Douglas will preach both services.
Thursday?Holy Communion at noon".
CHRIST CHURCH
620 G st. e.e. Founded 1795.
EV. WILLIAM CURTIS WHITE. Rector.
First Sunday in Advent, November 28.
7:30 ,a.m.. Holy Communion: 11 o'clock
oming prayer and sermon, "The Heconc
nming of Christ"; 8 p.m., popular eveninj
?rvk*e. Strangers heartily welcomed at this
istoric clmrch. Take navy yard or Anacostij
ITS.
JTRiQliyi
j flctdstm
I 3rd.and C sis.N.W. (f|
David Rar\som CoveirnH
BRT PAttr. A yrtrnEfi
t a.m.?"THE UIFT OF SELF."?By Mr
Covel],
i p.m.?"THE TRAFFIC 810NS OF I.IPE.'
?By Mr. Krlcbrr. A miixical bpcv
It*.
HE CIVIC AVI) COMMUNITY CHURCH
RESCUE MISSION.
HE GOSPEL MISSION
14-216 John Marshall Place
Herbert W. Kline, Supt.
.T O^EVERY NIGHT
> IN THE YEAR
BCNDAT, 8 P.M.,
Rev. A. Lichtenstein
General Secretary of the
Hebrew Christian Alliance,
Will apeak on
PHB CONDITION OF THE JEWS IN*
'ALKSTIKE, RUSSIA AND AMERICA.*'
TONIGHT?
a Old fashioned Gospel Testimony Service.
Led by Supt. H. W. Kline.
Gospel Mission Chinese Bible School.
fejl i UJ
3*? 3*? C ttfrr*
5r3Hfe?.4>*g*,y*?^
Central Union Mission
622 Louisiana Ave. N.W.
John S. Bennett, Supt.
Services every night at 8 p.m.
Open-air service at Tth and Louisiana ave.
; 7:30 every night, weather permitting.
SUNDAY NIGHT AT 7:45 P.M.
Mr. William Knowles
toper, general secretary of
M* C. A., speaker.
Special music by Quartet from
worth M. E. Church South.
VESTBOOT WBECOME.
VI E IS
t t ,
pnr:?jBYTF.mAif.
i firstp:
- John 1
REV. JOHN br!
//
, I I A.m.?'"Accepting One
8 p.m.?"Why Should E
Does it? What is evolution?
J evolution and the Bible? 'I*knot
Where is a modern, intelli
; wived science and still be a true
THINGS THJ
9:30 a.ni.-r-Sun*iay School. -Cla:
7:00 p.m.?Meeting of C. E. Ft
> Thursday, 8 p.m.?Biblical Ex:
BRITTAN CLARK gives
1 ENCE."
Friday, 8 p.m., every week, ch<
Cossiris. All desirous of
"THE VITAL T
SIXTH PRESET
16th and K
- i "
At the Reservoir and
i
STOP YOUR AUTOMOI
j *" v all
Rev.. Free
Of the FAMOUS OLD. I
' | WILL
l
11 a.m.
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.
Thursday, 8 p.m., AN L
COMING!!
BILLY SUNDAY'S
First Assistant
I Wednesday, December J
18 O'clock
Gunton-Temple Memorfc
HTH'AXD K STBEKTS N.W.
DR. ISAAC WARD
OF BOSTON.
REMEMBER THE PATH
The Church of the Pilgri
SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN.
? 22nd st. between P and Q st*. n.w.
REV. ANDREW R. BIRD, Pastor.
- 9:45 a.m.?Bible school, with classes
every member of the famil;
1 11:00 a.m.?Divine worship. Preachioi
Chief Chaplain J. B. Frasie
3:00 p.m.?Junior Christian Endeavor.
6:00 p.m.?Social hour and supper at
manse, to which all strai
in the city are invited.
7:00 p.m.?Service of song.
7:30 p.m.?Preaching by Chief Chaplai
B. Fraxier.
8:15 p.m.?Senior Christian Endeavor
ciety.
Midweek prayer service Thursday at 8
A Coitiial Afelcomc to AlL
1 Garden Memorial ""lEESSu.
Kst KKOBddiM. Ct'MMINCS. P??<
Sunday school. 0:30 a.m.: preaching
a.m.: C. K.. 0:30 p.m.: evening services.
Metropolitan Presbyterh
Car. 4th. and B sts. s.e.
Rev. FKEELEY ROHRER, Pastor.
The Manse. 17 5th st. a.e.
9:30?Bible school.
1 11:00?Morning worship. Subject,
Lord's Day."
. 6:43?C. E. s?x?4ties. Leaders?St
1 Thelrna Rice: Intermediate.
7:45?Evening worship. Subject, "The
able of $he Trees."
Quadruple Quartet.
Central Presbyterian Chu
(Southern Assembly)
Sixteenth and Irving Sts. N.W.
Rev. JAMES 11. TAXL.UK. Li. LI., x-mvxi
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school and Bible cla
9:50 a.m.?Men's Bible class.
11:00 a.m.?Preaching by Rev. R. C. G
pastor of Marylebone Pr
terian Church, London. Eng
8:00 p.m.?Junior Christian Endeavor.
5:00 p.m.?Westminster League.
6:15 p.m.-^-Social hour for young people
7:00 p.m.?Christian Endeavor.
8:00 p.m.?Preaching by the pastor.
8:00 p.m.?Thursday, prayer service.
Georgetown Church si".*
i REV. JAMR8 T. MARSHALL, I>. D.. PAS'
t Rev. Douglas Putnam Birnie, D. !>., As
i <*iate Pastor.
' One Hundred Fortieth
Anniversary
Dr. Howard Duffield
ON
The Faith of the Fathe]
8 P.M.?
Dr. Birnie
ON
"The Church of. TodayIt
Christian?"
Western Presbyterian Chui
H 6t. bet\t(H?n 19tli and 20th u.w.
R.v. JAMES HARVEY DUNHAM, Minis
8:30 a.m.?Sunday school.
II:00 a.m.?"A Problem in Addition."
7:00 p.m.?Christian Endeavor.
S;00 p.ui.?"Jehu, the Furious Driver.
Fourth Presbyterian Chui
13th mid Fairmont it*.
DR. JOSEPH T. KELLY, Pastor.
0:30 a.m.?Sunday school.
11:00 a.m.?Morning worship. Preacbinj
Rev. H. Fruiuer Smith of the P
delphia School of the Bible.
7:00 p.m.?Christian Endeavor.
3:00 p.m.?Evening worship. Preacbio]
Rev. H. Kramer Smith.
MISS MARIE CTTLP, Soloist.
T7. . 7 NORTH CAPITOL, ca
ncKington Plorid, ,T, ,nd g
Rev. II. E. B RUN DAG E, D. D.t Minlfpv
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school. 7 p.m., O
Society.
11:00 a.m.?Sermon by Rev. James G. Ra
7:4f>p.w.?Praise service and sermon
Rev. Alfred K. Rates.
Subject. "THE UNALTEKARLE CHRP
Washington Heights Pr
byterian Church
Columbia and Kalorama roada.
RET. JOHN C. PALMER. D. D.. Miniatf
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school.
10:00 a.m.?Miss Spencer's class for ad
Mr. Handy's class for y<
people.
11:00 a.m.?"The Rible: Great Light of
Reforms tkm."
7:45 p.pi.?Sermon by Rev. O. A. Gil
ham.
CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL.
Eastern Presbyterian Chui
Sixth at. and Md. ave. n.e.
ALFRED E. BARROWS. D. D.. Pmatoi
11:00 a.m.?"pilgrim Ideals."
7:45 p.m.? The Gown Rifte."
9:30 a.in.?Rible sehoo\, classes fox alL
10:00 a.m.?Men's Bible class.
4:00 p.m.?Intermediate C. E.
7:00 p.m.-?Senior C. E.
* , i i
AT XT f_ A 15. t
lncw xoris; rv venue rresc
terian Church
New York are.. 13th and Q its.
DR. WALLACE HADCLWPB. Pastor.
Rer. REGINALD ROWLAND. Aaalsttt
9:30 a.m.?BiMc school. Mayflower Uo:
sal Rible Sunday.
11:00 a.m.?Public worship. "The Pllj
scries: "THE PILGRIM JUKI
Concluding wrmon of series
DR. KADOLIFPB.
6:00 p.m.?^Fellowship hour.
6:45 p.ra.r-C. E. vesper sorrioe. Spea
Miss Fanny Child*..
8:00 p.m.?Public worship. REV. R.
GILLIE. 1). Ik. OF LONU
J ENGLAND. RKPRKSENTAT
TO PILGRIM TBRCENTENA
Will preach.
' - ?.
f TS
mgiBTTCTIAX.
RESBYTERIAN
Marshall place
11 1 AIM LLAKI^ U. Ltt
Speaks at
rs Life"
AND AT
[volution Unsettle Faith?"
Dees the Bible teach it? Can one accept
the biblical creation story utterly unaclenKent
person to stand? Can he accept reChristian?
IT TBOVBLE PEOPLE,
sses for all ages,
ir all young people.
position?LISTENING?and Mrs. JOHN
i her sixth talk on "CHRISTIAN SCIorus
practice under direction of Walter
musical drill will be welcomed.
RUTH, WELL TOLD"
YTERIAN CHURCH
ennedy Sts. N.W.
Entrance to Rock Creek Park
1ILE AND WORSHIP WITH I S
WELCOME
lerick L. Hall
-IRST CHURCH of New Jersey
PREACH AT
and 8 p.m.
, Classes for all.
VIPORTANT PRAYER MEETING.
Gunton-Temple, ""ShuS*."
REV. BERNARD BRA8KAHP. U. A.. PmU9:30
a.m.?Sunday acbool.
11:00 a.m.?8<>rmon by the pastor, "The 'IVi
uraphant March." Vested chorus chols
5 7:00 p.m.?Christian Endeavor meeting.
f 8:00 p.m.?fternion by Rev. James Bailey.
Mr. Arthur Gorltach. haws soloist.
^ Church of the Covenant
Conn. are. and N at.
REV. CHARLES WOOD. 0. D .
Minister.
/ BET. HOWARD D. TALBOTT.
Assistant.
mS SCXDAT. NOVEMBER 28. 1?20.
:80?Sunday aebool, with asaa'a and w. u
a'a classe*.
11:00?Moraine service. Sermon by Dr. Woo.:
tor - 3:30?Afternoon service. tilgnor Costabel <
f- . Milan will speak <ra "Protestantisn:
I W in Italy."
r- Music by tbe Solo Doable Qunrte:
' Sydney Lloyd Wriehtaoa. Director u
too Music; Harvey Murray. Organist.
*?ra 0:15?Christian Endeavor rapper.
0:48?Christian Endeavor vesper service.
8:00?Evening service. Sermon by t?r
In J. Wood. Subject. "The Wortd Con
qoeror."
Bo- Music by the Evening Choir of Devotees.
Sydney Lloyd Wrightssa. dt
P.m. rector of rnu.ic; Harvey Murray, organist;
Claude Robeson, piamMt.
TZ-.~ WEDXE8DAT.
8:00?Rehcaraal of the Wathlngtea Orator:
Society, preparing "The Meaaiab."
.. .100 voices needed. Every singer in
the city welcome. Especially asah'
' voices. There are no dues.
THCRSDAT, DECEMBER 2. 1MB
U) 8:00?Midweek prayer service.
AJ.L WELCOME.
PECK MEMORIAL
njor, Paan. ave. and 28th n.w.
REV. IRVING W. KETCH DM. Minister
par- 11:00?Sermon. "PULL ASSURANCE OK
HOPB."
8:00?Bun day school, lodge Jamen Quark-.
rapt.
< 7:00?Christian Endeavor,
rcn ":45?Sermon to Wm. P. Hunt Chapter. X?.
16, Order of the Eastern Star.
< Monday, T:4S?Woman's Society.
Tuesday. 6:80 and 7:30?Motion pictures
Wednesday, 8:00?Prayer meeting.
Thursday. 8:00?Men's banquet.
Friday. 7:3Q?C. E. Haaaar.
Mby- Of,..,..,I RHODE ISLAND AYKNCE.
und. oncrwooa Xna ,tn*t n.?.
Rev. Walter F. Eagleson, D. D.,
Pastor.
9:30 a.m.?Sunday school.
11:00 a.m.?PnMic worship.
6:45 p.m.?O. E.
8:00p.m.?Evening service.
eab :
WEW THOUGHT.
so- CENTER OK APPLIED CHtUSTLANITY,
1302 N ST. N.W.
MISS HARRIET HALE RIX will lector.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Nov. 29 and
30 and Dec. l, at 8:15 p.m. Subject, "Tlie
Inspired Life." Public cordially invited.
Christ-Service Center
DAILY NOON SILENCE?12 TO 1.
rs Miss Harriet Hale Rix
Prosperity Lessons and Healing
8ATORDAY AND KCNDAT AT 3 P.M. *
"IS CHURCH OF
LIFE AND JOY
AT THE
ter- New Thought Temple
1814 N St. N.W.
ZaL SrNDAT. NOVEMBER 28TII.
*cn 8:00 p.m.?
"The Miracle Power of
r by Thought"
bU*' BY
c by Mrs. Maud Pratt Messner
one op THE world's GREATEST
s spiritual healers and META
* physical teachers
'r Monday, Norember 28th? >
.'e. 8:00 p.m.?"the will to br well. '
8:00 p.m.?"THE K1CH CONBCIOC8NES8.' *
Iloy. BY MRS. MAVD PRATT MKSSNK' . i
by v x I
3T.** You Arc Welcome
es- J
National New Thought
sr- Center
ults. Suit* 821, -Wash. U and T. Hldg. MX! P al.
MISS EMMA GRAT,
' the I>R. GEORGE E. KICKER
PRACTITIONERS AND TEACHERS.
lin*" NOON MEHTINOS EVERT DAT.
Daily, 3 P.10.?Primary leaaona la "Chria
tian Urine and H'sliaj."
,-t- BY MISS HARRIET' HALE RIX.
wl Wednesday. 8:15?DR. 8. II. NEWMAN?
"A NEW AGE"
New Thought Association
' . . iJnion meeting.
Miss Harriet Hale Rix
?V- WIJtL SPEAK AT RAUSCHERS.
Conn,. ??. and L at, it. w.
8LNJIAT AT 4 P.M. Sl'BJECT?
it "Hearing the Inner Voice"
WELCOME TO "ALL.
leerjrim
? 1 -. >
IK." KEW CHURCH Hhr^ntkMRlaai.
i tijr ' i ? *
Church of the New Jerusalem
Iter, (Rreelattou, )
Sixteenth iliwt itwn Q.
C, KKV. PALI. BPERUY. raator
ION. will preach at 11- Sunday wbool k:*5.
ivc with adult claaa at 10. Doctrlaal study art
KY, 6AO lo the. ebtttrh parlor. Mid-week ateot"
iny Tuesday eraolns at T;4i In the ?banb
parlor. Alt -arilI be welcome. Free lendtot
library open daily.%
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