PASTOR IS HONORED
I BY HEAD OF CHURCH
Pope Confers Distinctive Decora
tion Upon Her. Albert E. *
Smith, Texas, 3ff<L
Bpeeial Dispatch to The Star,
BALTIMORE, August SO.—Rev. Al
bert E. Smith, a former Washingto
nian, now pastor of St. Joseph's
Church at Texas, Md., and editor-in
chief of the Catholic Review, has been
honored with the decoration Pro Deo
et Pontlflce (for God and the Pope)
by Pope Plus XI.
The decoration Pro Deo et Pontlflce
was originated by Pope Leo XIII, to
be conferred on those who render
meritorious service in behalf of the
church. The decoration is a medal
containing among other ornaments a
medallion of Pope Leo and was con
ferred on Father Smith in recogni
tion of his work In behalf of the
Notification of the honor was sent
by the Pope to Father Smith while
the latter was In Rome with Mgr.
Louis H. Stlckney, rector of the
cathedral. The decoration was con
firmed verbally by the Pope when he
received Mgr. Stlckney and Father
Smith In private audience In the pa
The Pope expressed himself as ex
ceedingly Interested In the Holy Name
convention which will be held in
Washington next month.
Father Smith is a native of Wash
ington. He studied at Gonzaga Col
lege, St. Charles' College and St.
Mary’s Seminary, and was ordained
by the late Cardinal Gibbons. He has
served as assistant pastor at St.
Mary’s Church, Hagerstown: St.
John’s Church, Frederick, and St.
Mary's Star of the Sea, Baltimore. He
was called from the Star of the Sea
to the cathedral to be secretary to
Cardinal Gibbons, remaining until the
cardinal's death. Archbishop Curley
appointed Father Smith his secretary
when he became head of the archdio
cese In 1921.
Father Smith was assigned to the
pastorate of SC Joseph's Church last
year. He carries on his pastoral du
ties in addition to his editorial work.
DR. WILFLEY IN EUROPE.
Vermont Avenue Pastor to Give
Lecture Series on Return.
Rev. Dr. Earle Wilfley, pastor of
the Vermont Avenue Christian Church,
who is spending the Summer in
Europe, Is expected to resume his
pulpit in the latter part of Septem
ber. Soon after his return he will
announce the date of a lecture in the
field, which has made him popular
with Washington audiences, this to
be the first of a series of discourses
based upon Old World settings.
The board of officers of the church
will hold its monthly meeting Thurs
day at 8 p.m.
The Crusader class will be taught
tomorrow at 10 o'clock by Jesse Guy
Smith, director of religious education,
and the Everyman class will enjoy
the leadership of W. H. Pinkerton of
ST. LOUISAN TO PREACH.
Rev. W. M. Pinkerton to Pill Pul
pit at Vermont Avenue.
At the Vermont Avenue Christian
Church tomorrow Rev. W. H. Pinker
ton, pastor of the Kings Highway
Christian Church of St. Louis, will
preach at 11 and at,B o’clock.
Rev. Jesse Guy Smith, director of
religious education, will attend and
take part in the program of the con
ference of Sunday school superin
tendents and administrative officers
to be held at Leesburg, Va., Septem
ber 6 and 6.
NEW YORKER HERE.
Dr. S. P. Delany to Talk at Trinity
At Trinity Diocesan Church, Third
and C streets. Rev. Dr. Selden P.
Delany of New York City will be the
special preacher at the 11 o'clock
service tomorrow. There will be holy
communion at 8 am., at which Rev,
George W. Dow will bo the celebrant.
Sunday school at 9:45. There will be
no evening service. .
TALKS AT PEACE CROSS.
Dr, Delany to Be Heard Tomorrow
The preacher at the open-air service
at the Peace Cross in the grounds of
the National Cathedral on Wisconsin
avenue tomorrow afternoon at 4
o'clock, will be Rev. Dr. Selden P.
WILL END PASTORATE.
Rev. Raymond L. Wolvcm to Take
Up Work at Trinity.
At the Church of the Epiphany to
morrow Rev. Raymond L Wolven will
preach at 11 a-m. and 8 p.m. This
will be Mr. Wolven’s last Sunday as
minister In charge of Epiphany. Mon
day he enters upon his new duties as
vicar of Trinity Diocesan Church.
There will be a celebration of the
holy communion at 8 a_m. The Young
People's Society will hold its regular
meeting at 6 p.m.
Virginian at Honnt Vernon.
Rev. Dr. W. Asbury Christian of
Madison Court House, Va., will preach
at the Mount Vernon Place Methodist
Episcopal Church South tomorrow.
He will take as his topic at the
morning service, at 11 o’clock, “The
Christian’s Interpretation of the
Bible to the World,” and at 8 p.m.,
“The Law of Christ.” Dr. Christian
was formerly president of Black
stone College. A meeting will be held
by the Senior League In the Sunday
School auditorium at 6:45 p.m.
Cliief Chaplain to Preach.
In the absence of the pastor. Rev.
Godfrey Chobot, who is on a vacation,
the Sunday morning service at Sixth
Presbyterian Church, Sixteenth and
Kennedy streets, will be conducted
by Col. John T. Axtbn, chief of chap
lains of the United States Army. The
sermon theme will be "A Wounded
Woild and Our Responsibility for Its
Kh at. V.W. tot, G ud H Sts.
At «:U. 7:18. 8:18, 9:18 sod 11:16 a.m.
First Friday. Sept. 6 Exposition sll day.
Baaetlena and Benediction—Midday, 12:10
sad IJO 0.8.
LONDON PASTOR HERE.
Rev. Dr. Norwood of London City
Tefaiple at First Congregational.
<», , .
Rev. Dp. Frederick W. Norwood.
Rev. Dr. Frederick W. Norwood of
City Temple, London, will begin a
series of sermons at the First Congre
gational Church, Tenth and G streets
northwest, tomorrow, speaking at 11
a.m. and S p.m. The other dates for
Dr. Norwood’s addresses are as fol
lows; Tuesday, 8 p.m.; September 7,
11 a-m. and S p.m.; September 9 and
11, 8 p.m., and September 14 at 11 a.m.
and 8 p.m.
Dr. Norwood has been for more
than four years pastor of City Tem
ple, London. Four of Dr. Norwood's
popular lectures are “Australia, the
Land of Silence"; “The Romance of
the Pacific,” "Democracy and Napo
leon” and “Some Purple Patches in
REV. C. R. STAUFFER BACK
Will Give Annual Labor Day Ser
Rev. C. R. Stauffer, minister of the
Ninth Street Christian Church, has
returned from a month’s vacation in
the Central West and will occupy
the pulpit tomorrow morning and
evening. At 9:15 o'clock the Bible
School, of which MaJ. W. W. Kirby
is superintendent, will hold its ses
sion. At 11 o'clock the pastor will
preach his annual Labor day sermon
on "Labor.” In the evening at 6:45
three societies of C. E. will meet, and
at 7:45 the pastor will preach on
1 “Heroes or Cowards —Which?”
“Sacredness of Work,” Subject.
“Sac-redness of Work” is the sub
ject of the sermon tomorrow morning
at Temple Baptist Church by Rev. T.
O. Jones. At S p.m. his topic will be
Baptist Pastor Returns.
Rev. George O. Bullock has returned
from his vacation, and is to preach
at Third Baptist Church. sth and Q
streets, tomorrow morning and eve
NORTH CAPITOL AND B STS. N.W.
Rev, Charles K. Fultz, U. 1)., Pastor.
9:40 e.m,—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Lal«,r day sermon.
7:00 p.m.— l'nion C. E.
8:00 p.m.—Union services.
T7< AT 13.1. AND MONROE STS. N.W.
■First hr. .TAMES I>. BCHEEU. MinUter.
DIVINE SERVICES AT II a.m
SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9 :45 am.; C.E.S.. 7p m.
Pythian Temple Auditorium.
1012 oth St. N.W.
10:30 a.m.— Refhel service.
11:00 a.m. — Lecture by Pilgrim E. J. Coward
of Brooklyn. N. Y.
1:30 p.m.—Praise end testimony.
3:oOp.m.— Lecture by Mr. Coward. Subject;
"THE KINGDOM OF MES
SIAH.” (The public specially
4:30 p.m. — Service meeting.
7:45 p.m.—Tower study.
Beats free. No collection.
623 LA. AVE. N.W.
For the Promotion of
Sunday servicp. 2:30 p m.
D Bt. Bet. 3rd and 4th N.W.
REV. H. B. HOSLEY, PASTOR.
11:00 a.m.— Pentecostal acrvice.
13th and Irvine sts. n.w.
S. S,, 0:45 a m. Meeting for worship. 11 a.m.
C. E., 6:30 p.m. Thursday prayer meeting,
7 ;45 p.m.
MURRAY S. KENWORTIIT. PASTOR.
4913 14th st. n.w. Phone Col. 8672.
WELCOME TO ALL.
1811 Eye St. N.W.
Meeting at 11 a.m.
AIL ARE INVITED.
Y. W. C. A.
PHYLLIS WHEATLEY Y. W. C. A.
901 Rhode Island ave. n-W.
Sunday. 4 p.m.
1731 K St. N.W.
Stnrty Class. Wednesday. 8 p.m.
SOCIKTY OF WASHINGTON.
1.126 Eye St. N.W. Phone Frank. 18S9
VIVA M. AND GARNETT JANUABY.MinUtori
SUNDAY, 8 P.M.,
Viva M. January
“STORM AND CALM"
WEDNESDAY, 8 P.M.,
“How to Transmute Competition"
THURSO XY, 8 P.M.
BALTIMORE TRUTH ARTISTS
METHODIST EPISCOPAL 'Colored*
Cradle Roll Day •
Galbraith A. M. E. Zion Church
Gth St. Bet. L and M N.W.
8:30 a.m.—Sunday School and Bible Classes.
11:00 a.m.—‘‘GOD’S CABE FOB LITTLE
8:00 p.m.—Literary Program and Pew
Rally by Conference Extension
8:00 p.m.—Sermon by Key. R. A. FAIR
LEY. S. T. B.
YOU ABE WELCOME TO OUR SERVICES. •
EBENEZER M. E. CHURCH
Comer 4th and D Sta. S B.
BET. J. W. WATERS, Kinlstaz.
9:30 a.m.—Sunday school hour.
11:00 a.m.—Rev. Philip Digga will preach.
6:00 p.m.—Epworth League.
Tent and open-air serrlcea at New Jersey
ave. and N st. s.e. Preaching Sunday eve
ning. Closing Monday evening.
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. CL SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1924.
LORD’S DAY ALLIANCE
OPENS LOCAL OFFICE
Will Seek Better Sunday Condi*
turns and Obtain Passage
of Jones Bent law.
An office of the Lord's Day Alli
ance has been opened at 632 Seven
teenth street northwest. A local or
ganization was formed recently, of
which Rev. Dr. George K. Dudley,
rector of St. Stephen's Protestant
Episcopal Church, Is president and
Rev. C. H. Butler secretary. A num
ber of persons representing churches
and men’s and women’s societies were
also elected to membership In the
official board. Rev. Dr. George M.
Cummings Is chairman of the legisla
The object is to procure better Sun
day conditions and to lead the way in
close co-operation with the churches
and other community forces for the
early enactment of the Jones Sunday
rest law for the District.
The Lord’s Day Alliance of the
United States led the movement which
closed the first and second class post
offices (act of Congress, August 24.
; 1912), securing Sunday rest to 100,000
i letterearriers and post office clerks,
and has since defeated here four at
, tempts to have them reopened. In
many States legislation has been en
, acted through the efforts of the alli
ance for Sunday observance.
1 KENTUCKIAN TO PREACH.
; Rev. Dr. George Ragland to Fill
3 Pulpit at First Baptist.
I Rev. Dr. George Ragland, pastor of
. First Baptist Church of Lexington,
, Ky., will preach at First Baptist
Church. Sixteenth and O streets, to
morrow at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
, At 8 p.m. Friday Rev. Herman
Litorin of Chicago will preach in the
Sunday school room. He established
the Swedish Mission In this city.
I 9TH AND D STS. SR.
. 9:l6—Bible school.
11:00—Morning worship. "LABOR.”
6:45—Y. P. S. C. B. Direr societies.
7:45 Rvenlng worship. “COWARD OR
1 HERO 1"
1 Columbia Heights Christian
| Park rd. near 14th.
11:00 a.m.—Sermon by (Dr. W, H. Pinker
ton of St. Louis.
8:00 p.m.—Sermon by pastor.
8:30 a_m. —Bible School.
7:00 p.m.—Christian Endeavor.
HARVEY BAKER SMITH, Minister.
THK FRIENDLY CHURCH.
! VERMONT AVENUE CHRISTIAN
Vermont Ave. North of N St.
Rsv. EARLE WTLTLET, T.T— D., Faster,
REV. JESSE GUY SMITH.
I Director of Religions Education.
1 9:45 a.m.—Graded Bible School.
I 11 e.m. end 8 p.m.—Sermons by Rev, W. H.
PINKERTON of St. Louis; a.m.,
"The Coming of Christ*’; p.m.,
' Tho Abiding Things in Re
7:00 p.m.—Christian Endeavor meetings.
Thursday, church supper, 8:30, followed
by prsyer meeting end open forum.
Fourteenth Street Church of
14th and Meridian eta. n.w
Bible study. 10 a.m.
Preaching and Communion, 11 and
7 ;45 p.m.
A hearty welcome to everybody.
T. B. LARtMORE. Minister.
Park View Christian Church
Park Road East of Georgia Ave.
WALTER F. SMITH. Minister.
9:45 s.m.—Bible school.
11:00 s.m—"PLATING THE GAME.”
7:46 p.m.—"LOOKINO OVER.’’
Special song eerrlce.
Senior C. R. at 6 :45 p.m.
The First Spiritualist Church
Lecture by the Pastor,
i ALFRED H. TERRY
“THE LIGHT BEARERS.”
Followed by spirit messages.
“f*t your light so shine before men. that
they may see your good works.” Matthew.
v:l6. Sunday, 8 p.m., at Pythian Temple,
1012 9th st. n.w., second floor. Ail welcome.
Developing rises now forming.
SPIRIT MESSAGE SEANCE.
Thursday, 8 p.m., at 131 C st. n.e.
Kach person receives s message. •
MRS. HENKLE HOLDS MEETINGS SUNDAY,
Wednesday and Friday evenings at 8 o'clock.
11 4tb st. s.e. Everybody gets a reading.
Phone Line. 2049.
MRS. BALL, Medium, has moved to 931 Eye
st. n.w. Holds meetings Tuesdays and
1- ridayg. All Invited. •
CHURCHES OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST,
BRANCHES OF TEE MOTHER CHURCH.
THE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
SCIENTIST. IN BOSTON, MASS.
First Church of Christ Scientist
Columbia road and Euclid at.
Second Church of Christ Scientist
111 0 Bt. N.B.
Third Church of Christ Scientist
Masonic Temple, 13tb st. and N. T. ave.
Fourth Church of Christ Scientist
Xhs Arcada. 14th at. and Park rd.
SUNDAY. 11 A.M. AND 8 P.M,
SUNDAY SCHOOL—II AM.
WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETINGS-*
THIRD CHURCH will discontinue
Sunday evening service daring August.
-1319 F 84. N.W„ Room 608—
Hours, 9 to 9 (except Wednesdays, t to
7. and Sundays and holidays. 2:80 to
SECOND CHURCH—III O St. NJBe—
Hour*, 12 to S (except Wednesdays. II
to 6; Sundays, 2:80 to 8:80. Closed
Colorado Bldg- 14tb lad G Stm.i ■
Honrs, 10 to 9 (Wednesdays, 10 to 7,
and Sundays and holidays, 2:80 to 0:30).
The Arcade, 14th ud Park Rond
10 to 9 week days (except Wednesdays,
10 to 6:80).
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
10th and G Streets Northwest
Dr. Jason Noble Pierce and Rev. Franklin L Winter,
Sunday, 11 A.M. and 8 P.M.—
Dr. Frederick W. Norwood
of City Temple, London, England
Strong, inspiring addresses by one of the most
popular speakers in the British Empire.
Dr. Norwood will alto speak Tuesday night at
8 o’clock. Free-will offering.
TEMPLE HEIGHTS SERVICE
Rev. Ernest E. Fisher Will Deliver
Sermon for Masons.
At the open-air services on Tem
ple Heights tomorrow afternoon at '
4 o'clock, under the direction of Rev. '
Dr. John C. Palmer, grand chaplain.
Rev. Ernest E. Fisher, secretary of <
Anacostia Lodge, No. 21, will deliver i
the address. J. Walter Humphrey is
in charge of the music. Mrs. W. D. '
Tucker, who is a member of Electa
Chapter, No. 2, O. E. S., and Raymond
D. Fililus of Anacostia Lodge, No. 21, 1
and also of Electa Chapter, No. 2, will
render several selections.
The officers and members of the
New Jerusalem Lodge, No. 9; Ana
costia Lodge, No. 21; Takoma Lodge,
No. 29; William R. Singleton Lodge, :
No. 30, and Cathedral Lodge, No. 40,
with their families, and the officers
and members of Electa Chapter, No.
2; Areme Chapter, No. 10; Takoma
Chapter, No. 12; Friendship Chapter, 1
No. 17, and Miriam Chapter, No. 23.
Order of the Eastern Star, with their
families, have been especially invited
The committee of the Association -
of Worshipful Masters for 1924, ap- |
pointed to arrange for a special re
ligious service at Temple Heights on
September 28, are actively making
plans for one of tho largest religious
gatherings ever assembled in the Dis
trict of Columbia.
782 Webster Bt. N.W. |
Worship. 11:00 e.m., 8:00 p.m.
NAVAL LODGE HALL.
Every Sunday. XI :S0 a.m. All welcome.
St. Paul's English Lutheran
lltb and H St*. N.W.
JOHN T. HUDDLE, D. D.. Pastor.
9:3o—Sunday Sr bool.
H a-m.—Bov. Hoary Einspruoh of Balti
7:oo—Christian Endeavor meeting.
No Evening Service..
Keller Memorial Lutheran
Md. Ave. and oth St. N.B.
a T. NICHOLAS, D. D.. Paator.
Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.
Wiles Bible Class for Men.
Morning service at 11 ;00;
“MAN AND WORSHIP.’'
Vesper acrvice at at 6:00.
Address by DE. H. H. Seltzer.
“THE HOMELIKE CHURCH.”
New Jersey Ave. Bet. H and N Sta.
J. FREDERIC WENCH EL, Pastor.
Service. 11 a.m.—
“THE LABOR PROBLEM”
What Ssith the Scriptures t
Trinity Lutheran Church
Corner 4th and E Sta. N.W,
HUGO M. HENNIO, PASTOR
11 ;00 a.m.—English.
Bnbj?ct: "The Heavenly Physician."
g. 8. sad Bible Clam. 9:45 a.m.
Luther Place Memorial
(At Thomas Circle N.W.)
O. M. DIFFENDEKFER. D. D.. PASTOR.
9:45 a.m.—Bible School.
11 ;O0 a.m.—Service, with sermon, by Rev.
GEO. 8. BO WEBS, D. D . of
7:00 p.m.—Combined service with Christian
This Church Welcomes YOU.
St Mark's Lutheran Church
B and Btb sta. a.w.
Bev. R. D. HAYES, D. D.. Paator.
“The Church Where You Feel at Homs,”
9:45 a.m.—Bible school.
11:00 s.m.—The service anil sermon.
Wednesday. 8 p.m.—l. L. prayer service.
KBV. W. C. WALTEMYEH. Pastor.
Bible school 9:30 a.m.
Morning worship 11:00 a.m.
Rev. Foster U. Gift, D. D.
Grace Evangelical Lutheran
18th and Corcoran sta. a.w.
Preaching. 11 a.m.
Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.
G. E. LENSKI. Pastor.
TTfXM 6th AND P STREETS N.W.
•avlt Rev. RICHARD SCHMIDT, Pastor
Bible School. 9:30 a.m. German worship,
10 a.m.; English. 11 a.m.. 8 p.m. Woman's
Missionary Society, Tuesday. 2:30 p.m.
Luther League, business. Thursday. 7:45.
Northeast cor. Two squares west of Ga. ave.
Bev. H. MANKEN, Paator.
Service. 11 a.m.: Bible school. 9:45 a.m.
10th and Mass. Ave. N.E.
9:45 Am.—Church school.
11:00 a.m.—Sermon by
Rev. ALFRED WHEELER STONE
of the Union Church,
Concord Junction, Mass.
No evening service.
A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL.
MT. PLEASANT I
Columbia Road near 14th st.
la the Residential Northwest,
Walter Amos Blorsaa.
11 a.m.—Sermon by
REV. F. I. WINTER.
First Congregational Church,
Washington, D. C.
The Vesper service has been discon
tinued until Fall.
10:00 a.tn.—Church School.
RETREAT IS ANNOUNCED.
White Catholic Laymen Retire at
Georgetown Next Friday.
The tenth annual retreat for white
Catholic laymen of Washington will
take place next week at Georgetown
University, beginning at 6 p.m. Fri
day, and ending September 8, at 7
The retreat will be given by one of
the Jesuit fathers from New York. A
few more reservations are available,
although this year the numbers ex
ceed those of any recent year. Ap
plication for reservations should be
mailed promptly to Georgetown Uni
versity, care of the officers of the
Laymen’s League for Retreats, giving
name and address of the applicants.
First Presbyterian Church
John Marshall Place, 4% Bt. N.W.
BEV. JOHN BRITT AN CLARK, D. D., Paator.
Preaching service at 11 a.m. Sermon by
Bev. OSCAR A GILLINGHAM of Neela
ville, Md., Presbyterian Church. Sabbath
school, 9:45 a.m. Prayer meeting, Thursday
evening. No Sunday evening service. Seats
free. Strangers welcome.
Eastern Presbyterian Church
Sixth St. and Md. Ava. N.E.
ALFRED E. BARROWS, D. D., Pastor.
Preaching at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. by
Rev. Joseph H. Anderson, D. D.,
of Hyattsvllle, Md.
9 :30 a.m.—Bible School.
7:00 p.m.—C. E. Society.
Enjoy the services in an electrically cooled
16th end Newton Sta. N.W.
REV. BERNARD BRABKAMP, M. A., Pastor.
9 :45 a.m.—Sunday School.
IX :00 a.m.—Service* In the Chapel, Monroe
street entrance. Sermon by Rev.
Thursday. 8:00 p.m.—Prayer service.
Columbia and Kaiermma Bd*.
BEV. JOHN C. PALMER, D. D.. Minister.
10 :00 a.m. —Sunday School and Bible classes.
11:00 son.—Morning worship. Sermon by
Rev. O. 8. THORNBERRY,
D. D., of Kentucky.
CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL.
Central Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth and Irving sta. n.w.
Bev. James H. Taylor. O. D.. Paator.
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School and Blblo Classes.
11:00 a.m.—Sermon by DR. WILLIAM
CCMMING of Baltimore, Md.
6:00 p.m.—Westminster League.
6:30 p.m.—Social Hour for Young People.
7:00 p.m.—Christian Endeavor Societies.
8:00 p.m.—Sermon by DR. CCMMING.
8:00 p.m.. Thuraday—Prayer service.
Small children cared for during morning
Take Mount Pleasant street car or I4th
•treet car or 18th street bus to Irving street
l#th and Kennedy Sts. N.W.
Rev. GODFREY CHOBOT, Pastor.
9 :45 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning worship Sermon
by Chaplain John T. Alton.
No evening or midweek services.
CHURCH OF THE
CONN. AVE. AND N ST.
BEV. CHARLES WOOD, O.
BEV. W. B. BRYAN, JR..
9:45—A1l Comers’ Bible Class for Men.
Hon. Huston Thompson, teacher.
11:00—Morning service. Sermon by Bev.
W. B. Bryan. Jr.
6:ls—Christian Endeavor, Vesper service
7:4s—Preliminary Musical Program.
B:oo—Evening service. Sermon by Bev.
W. B. Bryan. Jr.
8:00 Thursday—Midweek Prayer service.
la the subject of MR. BOHREB'S morning
sermon at 11 o'clock io
Comer 4th and B at*, s.e.
He will talk on “JOY IN THE WORDS
OF JESUS” In the evening at 7:45 o'clock.
You Are Invited to Come.
fourth Presbyterian Church
13th and Fairmont Sts. N.W.
Pastors: DR. JOSEPH T. KELLY.
DK. ISAAC WARD.
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School.
9 30 a.m.—Men's Bible Class.
11:00 a m.—Rev. Perry 0. WilooK. Chap
lain, U. S. A., will preach.
7 to 8 p.m.—Song service and sermon by
Thursday, 8 p.m.—Prsyer meeting.
Everybody cordially invited to attend.
The Church of the Pilgrims
22nd at. bet. P and Q ats. n.w.
Rev. Andrew R. Bird, Paster.
9:45 a.m.—Bible school, with classes for
every member of the family.
11:00 a.m.—Divine worship.
8:30 p.m.—Junior Christian Endeavor.
6:00 p.m.—lntermediate Christian Endeavor.
6:00 p.m.—Social hour and supper at the
manse, to which all strangers in
the city are Invited.
7 :00 p.m.—Song service.
7:30 p.m.—Divine worship.
8:15 p.m.—Senior Christian Endeavor So
Small children cared for during Btadiy
4 COXnjAL WELCOME TO ALL.
Peck Memorial Chapel
Pa. Ava. and *Bth St. N.VL
Irving W* Kctchum
7:45 p.m.—'THE SOUL’S VISION.”
7:00 p.m.—Christian Endeavor.
Wednesday, 8 p.m.—Prayer meeting.
A Pleasant Sunday Evening.
The New York Avenue
The Lincoln Pew
Rev. Joseph R. Sizoo, M. A.,
Rev. William A. Eiscnbcrgcr
10 a.m.—Bible School.
Morning Worship, 11 o’clock,
With sermon by
REV. ROY H. BROWN, D. D„
7:00 p.m.—The Christian En
Thursday, 8 p.m.—Midweek
Aconsticon phones are available for
those with impaired hearing.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL SOUTH# « Thursday, 8 p.m.—Midweek prayer set-rice.
Mt Vernon Place M. E. Church South
' (The Representative Church)
9th Street and Massachusetts Avenue N.W.
REV. W. A. LAMBETH, D. D., Pastor
REV. M. L. RIPPY, Asst Pastor
Sunday School —Classes for All
11 A.M.—REV. W. ASBURV CHRISTIAN, D. D.
'The Christian’s Interpretation of Christ
to the World”
6:45 P.M.—Epworth League
8 P.M.—DR. CHRISTIAN
‘The Law of Christ”
Music by Male Quartet
Will Preach Labor Sermon.
R«v. Clyde F. Armitage, former
national Industrial secretary here for
the Interchurch world movement, Is
to preach a Labor Sunday sermon at
Metropolitan Church, John. Marshall
place and C street northwest. His
text will be "We Are God’s Co-
"METHODIST EPISCOPAL (White).
Grant Circle and New Hampshire Avenue.
"THE CHURCH WITH A PROGRAM.”
RET. EDWARD HATES, D. D.. PASTOR.
11 a.m.—Sermon by Rev. Deeta Pickett,
(D. D., research secretary of the
Board of Temperance, Prohibition
and Public Murals of the Methodist
8 p.m.—Union service of the Petworth
churches In the Baptist Church.
-WHIjCOME TO AIJ.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
8 a.m* —Holy Communion.
11 a.m. —Morning Prayer and Sermon by Her.
H. Allen Griffith.
The Nativity! :30, 4 10:30 N 8! Wed. E 7:30.
THE RESURRECTION. Tuesday. 10:30 a.m.
The American Holy Catholic Church.
The Bethlehem Chapel
“A House of Prayer for All People”
MOUNT SAINT ALBAN
Wisconsin Avenue N.W. near
Holy Communion..... 7:30a.m.
Morning Prayer and
Litany 10:00 a.m.
Holy Communion and
Sermon 11:00 a.m
Preacher, Dean Bohan
an of Easton, Md.
Open-air Service and Ser
mon 4 ;00 p.m.
Preacher, the Rev. Sel
den P. Delany, D. D., of
New York City.
The 4 o’clock service is broadcast
by radio every Sunday.
Take Wisconsin Avenue Car or
Woodley Road Bus Line
ST. MARK'S CHURCH
Third and A SU. S.E.
Rev. William H. Pettns, Rector.
Rev. William A. Masker. Assistant.
ELEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY.
7 :30 a.m. —Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m. —Church School.
ll:OOa.m. —Morning Prayer and Sermon.
B;oOp.m.—Evening Prayer and Sermon.
Thursday. IX a.m.—Holy Communion, In
tercessions and Healing Service.
A COKDIAI. WELCOME TO ALLJ
Church of the TT%
I2th St. and Mass. Ave. N.W. B ; ‘ .
Thomas W. Cooke ?
Short service*. summer
schedule, not to ei
The Chapel is
620 G St. S.E. Founued 1795.
7 :30 a m.—Holy Communion.
II :00 a.m.—Sermon l>y
Rev. Charles Sparks
G Street near 14th
Rev.. Ze Barney T. Phillips, D. D., Rector.
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:43 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m. —Morning prayer and sermon by
the Rev. R. L. Wolven.
6:00 p.m.—Young People’s Society.
8;(X) p.m.—Evening prayer and sermon by
the Rev. R. L. Wolven.
St. Paul's Church
Service now in Restored Church.
Sundays—Holy Communion. 8 ;45 a.m.
Morning service, 11 a.m.
HOLY COMFORTER cfj,
5714 GEORGIA AXIS. N.W.
Services —9 ;30 and 11 :00. U
RET. REGINALD B. STEVENSON. Vioa,.
St. Andrew's Church
N. H. ave. and V at. n.w
REV. J. J. DIUON, Rector.
8 ;00—Holy Communion.
11:0O—Morning Service and Sermon.
ST. THOMAS' 18t £ T n
Services. 8 and 11. At II Rector preaches on
■■a pardon recalled.”
CHURCH OF THE
12th and N eta. n.w.
REV. GEORGE W. ATKINSON, D. D., Rector.
Services: 7:30 and 11 am,
ST. AGNES' CHURCH
Que at. between Fla. avo. and First n.w.
(Fla. ave. or N. Capitol at. cars.)
Services Sunday—7 and 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Daily mass. T a.m. Evensong and Intercea-
sions Friday. 8 p.m
Connecticut ave. and Bancroft place.
Uth SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY.
REV. HERBERT SCOTT SMITH, P. P.
REV. HAROLD V. O. LOUNSBUKY.
11:00—Morning prayer and sermon by the
Rev. Harold V. O. Lounsbury.
Thursday—Holy Communion at 11 o’clock.
ALL WELCOME ALWAYS.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL SOUTH,
M. E. CHURCH SOUTH
16th ST. N.W. NEAR LAMONT.
Rev. Clifton K. Ray, Pastor
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School and Bible
11:0O a.m.—Morning worship. Sermon
by REV. FREDERICK HOLDEN.
7:30 p.m.—Evensong and service of praise,
conducted by the Epworth League. You will
enjoy this aervice. Come neat Sunday.
METHODISI SPISCOPAL (White).
; TRINITY M.E. CHURCH
) sth St. and Pa. Are. S B.
JOSEPH DAWSON, Ph. D., Putor
1 Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Sermons, 11
. a.m. and S p.m. by Clifford Henry Kooera,
Board of Temperance and Prohibition.
, LINCOLN ROAD
■'.Jncoln rd., Rhode island are. A U at. n.e.
REV, WALTER 0. MoNEIL, D. D.,
11 a.m. and 8 p.m.—Preaching by BEV.
WILLIAM I. McKEXNEY, £>. D.
, _ Church School, 9:30 a m.
\ Dumbarton Avenue
N. E. CHURCH
1 Rev. ROBERT 8. BARNES, Pastor.
10 a.m.—Sundar school.
11 a.m.-REV. HKNRY T. COUSINS.
8 p.m.—Epworth league.
Rosedalc M. E. Church
418 Tenn. are. n.e
REV. C. r. LINGER. MINISTER.
Preaching—ll a.m. and 7:45 p.m.
Epworth League—7 p.m.
Sunday school—9 :45 a.m.
UNiON~M. Ee CHURCH
812 20th ST. N.W.
Rev. Janies L. Melanin, D. D., Pastor
9:30 a.m.—Sunday school.
11 a.m. and 8 p.m.—Preaching by pastor.
7 p.m.—Epworth League.
AI.T, AUK rollimally welcomed.
11th and IT ata. n.e.
R«t. J. 0. WRICHTBON, D. D., Pastor.
Sunday School—9:3o a m.
Epworth League Twilight Service—7 p.m.
No prayer meeting during month.
WAUGH M E CHURCH
3rd and A Sts. N.E.
Rev. Wm. SI. Hoff an an. Pastor.
9 :30 a.m.—Sunday School.
11 a.m. and 7 p.m.—Sermon by REV.
8, M. CROFT.
MEMORIAL M. E.
John Marshall PI. (4%) and 0 St. N.W.
HARRY DAWSON MITCHELL,
D. D„ Mia later.
11 00 a m.—Hey. CLYDE T. ABMI
TAGE, V. D., of New York :
1 7roo p.m.—Epworth League.
I 8:00 p.m.—Rer CLYDE T. ARS4I-
I j TAGE. D. D..
“OUR LORD’S CREED."
Other services as usual.
“A Labor Sunday Sermon.”
The National Methodist Church j
Mau. Ave. N.W.—Between 9th and 19th Sts.
(THE BED BHICK CHTJBCH.i
Rev. S. Carroll Coale, Pastor
9 AJW.—Prayer Service. 9:30 AJI.—SABBATH SCHOOL !
Classes for Persons of All Ages
11 A.M. and 8 P.M.—Public Worship
11 A.M. SERMON BY
REV. OSCAR J. RANDALL
8 P.M. SERMON BY
REV. CHARLES T. WARNER
RECTOR AT ST. ALBAN'S
A most cordial invitation is extended to
all Rotarians to be present at this service
Come Oat and Give Bros. Randall and Warner a Good Oid-Knehioned
■Wednesday. 1:30 p.m.—Child Thnraday. 8 p.m.—Prayer and
Welfare Hour (free clinic). Praise Service.
Our Pastor is expected back this week and rrill have charge of the |
service on Thursday night. COME OUT and give him a hearty tcclcome-.
! ' i
rll - : : ;
i TDATU 0,11 and 8 - c - Ave. s.e.
i VJXvn.V-C. PASTOR. F. W. JOHNSON.
■ 0:30 a.m.—Bible School.
Rev. J. Y. ERWIN, Hagerstown. Md., will
preach at 11 and 8 o'clock.
Young people at 7. Church prayer meet
ing, Thursday at 8.
Temple Baptist Church
10th and N Sts. N.W.
Sr, I. 3. MUIR, Pastor.
Rev. T. O. JONES preaching.
11 a m. --"SACREDNESS OF 'WORK.''
8 p.m.-—"RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE.'’
PETWORTH 7, “ *“?ree I t l . 10d ° !Ph
REV. HENRY 3. SMITH, Pastor.
9:4C>a.m.—S. S. Classes for all.
11:00 a.m.—Sermon by Her. W. P. Blake.
8:00 p.m.—Joint services of Petworth
churches at the Baptist Church.
Come, sing, pray, praise, worship.
West Washington Baptist
Cor. 31st and N Sts. N. W.
9:45 a.m. —Bible School.
ll:0o a.m.—Rot. B. IRANH BRYAN,
7 :00 p.m.—B. Y. P. TJ.
Thursday. 7 :45 p.m.—Midweek service.
ta'C'TIJ Alktv RHODE ISLAND AYE.
DU 1 rX/VLN X At Second St. N.W.
Rev. HUGH T. STEVENSON, Paster
Preaching by Pastor, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m-,
on popular selected sermon subjects.
Bible School. 9:30 a.ra.: 8:45 p.m., B. T. P. T7.
Midweek service. Thursday, 8 p.m.
__Eve ryhody Keels at Homo at Bethany.
First Baptist Church
16th and O Sts.
DR. GEORGE RAGLAND
of Lexington, Ky.
WILL PREACH BOTH MORNING
Organ recital from 7:40 to 8 p.m,
S. S., 9 :30 a.m.
B. T. P. U. will meet from 6 to
Swedish services. Friday. Kept. 5, at
8 o'clock by Rev. Herman Litorln of
WELCOME TO THE HOME CHURCH.
THE OLD BUILDING OF THE MT. ZION
Baptist Church. 13th and C n.e., has been
torn down. The Mt. Zion will worship at
the Knon Baptist Chnrrh. 6th and C s.e..
In the lectnre room, Sunday, August 31.
i Services all day. *
Chevy Chase Baptist Church
School of Music Studio Theater Building.
I REV. EDWARD O. CLARK, B. D., Minister.
0 :45 a.ra.—Bible School.
11:00 a.m.—“UNPROFITABLE SERVICE.”
A Cordial Welcome to All.
I CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH |
Bth and H Sts. N.W. |
U:00 AJVL—-"DOING THE WILL OF GOD” \
8:00 PJVL—"OUR SUPREME PRIVILEGE” S
Rev. Arthur C. Baldwin, D. D. $
OF THE »
Chestnut Street Baptist Church, ✓
Philadelphia, Pa* |
Mrs. Laura McChord Monroe, Soprano Soloist £
Sunday School, 9:30 A.M. £
A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL ✓
METHODIST EPISCOPAL (White).
SIXTEENTH ST. NEAR P ST.
8:80 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m and 8:00 p.m.—Preaching by j
Rev. J. Lewis Hartsock, D. D,
of New York C'lty ;
A.M.—“The Church for the :
P.M.—“The Hound of Heaven."
M. E. CHURCH
Colombia Road, Bet. 14th and 15th.
James Shera Montgomery,
9:3o—Calvary Bible School,
Mr. Edwin Dice, Supt.
9:3o—Calvary Men’s Bible
11:00 —Sermon by
Dr. Wilbur H. Norcross
"A Law, a Confession
and a Personality”
Free Pews to the Public
I HAMLINE !
i Fourteenth and Emerson j
i Dr. Dc Witt C, Croissant
| of George Washington Cniveraity.
ill L. I. McDougle, Jr.
j: ! Church School—9:4s a.m.
Ijll Prayer Meeting—Thursday,
[ St --
■■■ . I
Sixth and A Sts. N.E.
JOHN COMPTON BALL, Pastor.
Preaching Sunday by
REV. F. D. KING
of Sanford, Fla.
AT 11 O'CLOCK
• THE MIRACLE WORD OF ALL
AT S O'CLOCK—
“THE MATTER OF FIRST CONCERN TO
EVERY CITIZEN OF THE
10:00—Baraca Class for men in auditorium.
7:oo—Christian Endeavor Societies.
A cordial welcome awaits you at Metro
KENDALL BAPTIST CHURCH
9th Between D and C S.W.
Pastor. P. C. HYLAND.
SOI C St. S.W.
Sunday school. 0:30.
Prtaching, U a.m., 8 p.m.
C. E.. 7:15.
Prayer meeting. Thursday. 8 p m.
THE NATIONAL BAPTIST MEMORIAL
TO RELIGIOUS LIBERTY.
(16th St. and Columbia Road.)
Gove G. Johnson, D. D., Pastor
9:30 A.M.—Bible School. Classes
for all ages. Instructive and helpful
talks by competent teachers. Bring
your children to this important serv
ice. Men’s Class and Women’s Class
meet at 10 o’clock.
11 A.M.—Regular church service.
Pulpit will be occupied by Rev.
Charles H. Pinchbeck of Baltimore.
8 P.M.—Rev. Pinchbeck again
brings an interesting message. An
unusual opportunity is afforded you
to hear an able man of God at both
COME AND WORSHIP WITH US.
FIFTH BAPTIST ASJftgf
DR. GEORGE GREEN, who went out
from our Church 18 yrars *cn in [nodical
mlajiootry to Afric*. will preach at 11 and
7:45; S. S, t 9:30; Chapol S, S., 3; B. Y.
P. U., 6:45. bit. BRIGGS will preach next
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