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SERVICES TO BEGIN
IN NEW STRUCTURE
Universalists Will Open Na
tional Edifice Tomorrow
at 11 O’clock.
The new Universalist National Me
morial Church at Sixteenth and S
streets will have its first services there
tomorrow at 11 o’clock with a vesper
service at 4:30 o’clock. Dr. Frederic
W. Perkins, the pastor, will preside.
Universalists of the United States
Joined in the construction of this
church. The movement to build it was
officially inaugurated by the Universal
General Convention at its session in
Deroit in 1920.
The edifice, of buff-colored stone and
brick, is the work of the architects
Allen and Collens of Boston. The con
tractors are the Boyle-Robertson Co.
oi this city.
The lofty tower was built as a tribute
to Owen D. Young, distinguished lay
man of the Universalist Church, who is
known throughout the world as the
sponsor of the “Young Plan on Repara
tions” of 1929, and whose efforts toward
the conciliation of peoples has brought
him international fame as well as this
imposing tribute, “the tower of world
peace.”
Windows Are Beautiful.
The stained-glass windows constitute
©ne of its chief glories. They are not
picture windows but mosaics of rich
color, deep blue and red and green shot
through with glints of gold and amber.
The three chancel windows, unified by
the great chancel arch, symbolizes
“faith, hope, love.” They are the gift
to the church of Rev. and Mrs. John
van Schaick. jr., formerly of Washing
ton. Dr. van Schaick was the minister
©f the Church of Our Father, the prede
cessor of the National Memorial Church,
from 1900 to 1918. He is now editor of
the Christian Leader. These windows
are in memory of “the church of the
ipast that makes the church of today
possible.” Other windows in the same
general design are placed as memorials,
all carrying out a scheme of religious
symbolism.
The altar is stately and simple, its
(emblems in stone, while the choir seats
extend on each side with the large pipe
organ in an altar recess. The organ, a
memorial to the late Charles L. Hutch
inson of Chicago, is the gift of his
widow in memory of one of the charter
• members and incorporators of the Car
negie Institution here in Washington.
Has Cathedral Appearance.
Supporting the high, arched ceiling
•re massive pillars of marble, giving
the church the appearance of a small
cathedral. To the north separated
from the main church only by these
pillars is a small Aisle Chapel that is
a distinctive feature to the church’s
Service to the community.
The Baptistery, in this chapel alcove.
Is a stone font dedicated in memory of
Charles H. Leonard, founder of Chil
dren’s day in American, in 1856. The
children of the church provided the
funds for this national Baptistery. The
communion table is in memory of Dr.
James F. Pullman, pastor predecessor
of Dr. Perkins at the Lynn, Mass.,
church, from where he came to Wash
ington.
The parish house occupies the north
ern half of the building and is almost a
school house, having three stories. It
also will serve as a community center.
In it are the Sunday school, the
Young People’s Christian Union and a
number of large and small assembly
rooms. Here Miss Eleanor Bonner, as
sistant to Dr. Perkins, is in charge of
religious education.
The church will hold special Easter
Sunday services in the forenoon and
•t the 4:30 Verspers. The church will
be dedicated April 27.
SPECIAL SERVICES
| PLANNED BY CHURCH
“The Entering Christ” Is Topic of
Dr. Pierce for Palm
|i Sunday.
Palm Sunday will be observed by
ipecial services at the First Congrega
tional Church, Tenth and G streets.
The minister. Dr. Jason Noble Pierce,
will preach at the 11 o’clock service on
“The Entering Christ” and at the eve
ning service on "Deeper Patriotism.”
His address will be illustrated by the
tootion picture “The Eve of the Revo
pntlon.”
At the prayer meeting Thursday
night, following the church night sup
per, testimonials will be given by work
ers in the Kernahan visitation evan
gelism campaign. At the 8 o’clock
■ervice in the church auditorium Dr.
Pierce will speak on “Need of Salva
tion.” His sermon will be illustrated by
the photoplay, “Noah’s Ark.”
The Christian Endeavor Societies will
Save a special Palm Sunday service at
|| p.m.
“The Rock,” a dramatic portrayal
of the inner struggle of Simon Peter,
Will be presented by the Young People’s
Bociety in the auditorium April 18 at
R p m.
All departments of the Sunday school
ileet at 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
jBUEST PASTOR TO PREACH
§lev. R. C. Masterton to Talk at
i| , Grace Episcopal Church.
Rev. Robert Coolidge Masterton, rec
|or of the Church of the Advent, will
jkeach tomorrow night at Grace Epis
copal Church. The rector. Rev. Meade
Bolton Macßryde, will preach at the
morning service. Palms will be dis
tributed at the evening service.
I Services next week will be held Mon
fcay. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
■t 8 p.m., with services at noon, 3 p.m.
£id 8 p.m. on Friday.
f Form Women's Guild Circle.
. Mrs. Lyndon Hugh Baylies will be
.fiostess Tuesday evening at her home
an Kenyon street to a number of wom
an from Calvary M. E. Church, for the
Srpose of organizing a new circle of
* Women’s Guild. Mrs. Ara M. Dan-
Sals, guild president, will welcome new
menibers and Mrs. Robert E. Bondy
Will speak on "The Financial Obliga
tions of Our Church.”
predestination"!
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Seng Service , 7:45 Lecture , 8:00 |
EVERYBOHgf WELCOME
m m
- UNIVERSALIST NATIONAL CHURCH
Structure at the northwest corner of Sixteenth and S streets, which will
be occupied for the first time tomorrow, when special services will be conducted
by the pastor. Dr. Frederic W. Perkins.
DR. J. H. HOLLISTER
ANNOUNCES THEME
“The Heart of God” Will Be Ser
mon Subject at Chevy
Chase Church.
At Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church
tomorrow at 11 o’clock, at the Palm
(Sunday service, the pastor. Dr. J. H.
Hollister, will preach on “The Heart
of God.”
Thursday evening at 8 o’clock the
Easter communion service will be cele
brated. The pastor will preach a brief
sermon and there will be special music.
The session will meet Wednesday at
7:30 p.m. at the church house to meet
those who have trained for church
membership.
Miss Ruth M. Chinn, at 1882 Colum
bia road, will entertain the evening
section of the Woman’s Guild Monday.
April 14, at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Charles B.
Lingamfelter is the leader and Mrs. D.
S. Hoover is assistant leader.
The women’s lenten class will meet
Tuesday morning at 10:30 a.m., in the
church house. Miss Edna E. Pyle, di
rector of religious education, is the
leader.
The Presbytery of Washington will
meet in this church Monday and Tues
day. Rev. Bernard Braskamp, retiring
moderator, will preach Monday eve
ning.
The Senior Christian Endeavor So
ciety will meet Sunday evening at 7
o’clock. Miss Jeannette Rankin, former
Representative from Montana, will be
the special speaker. Her subject is
“The London Conference and World
Peace.”
PASTOR WILL PREACH
ON “THE LORD OF LIFE”
Rev. E. O. Clark's Evening Topic
Will Be “Hymns We Love
to Sing.”
“The Lord of Life” will be the ser
mon theme of Rev. Edward O. Clark
at the Chevy Chase Baptist Church to
morrow at 11 o’clock. The services
will feature the observance of Palm
Sunday. A sermon-story will be told
to children of the junior church.
“Hymns We Love to Sing” will be
the theme of the service in the evening.
A series of devotional services will
be held from Monday to Friday at 7:45
p.m. Dr. Homer J. Councilor will be
the speaker Monday, Tuesday and Fri
day evenings, and Rev. Newton M.
Simmonds Wednesday evyiing. The
1900th anniversary of the institution
of the Lord’s supper will be observed
Thursday evening, with the pastor in
ch&r^6>
The church school and Young Peo
ple's Unions plan special features for
Easter Sunday.
DR. JOHN REID SHANNON
SUBSTITUTES IN PULPIT
Will Preach at Foundry Church in
t Absence of Pastor, Dr.
F. B. Harris.
Dr. John Reid Shannon will preach at
Foundry Methodist Episcopal Church
tomorrow morning in the absence of
the pastor, Dr. Frederic Brown Harris,
whose father is seriously ill. This serv
ice will be broadcast by station WRC.
At the evening service a group of
students from the Lucy Webb Hayes
Training School will present the pag
eant "The Challenge of the Cross.”
The Young Women’s Foreign Mis
sionary Society will hold the annual
“thank offering” tea tomorrow after
noon at the home of Mrs. William
Fraser McDowell. Special services will
be held in the church next week. Wed
nesday, sermon by Rev. Albert J. Mc-
Cartney, pastor of the Church of the
Covenant; Thursday, holy communion;
Friday, sacred cantata.
Holy Week Communion Service.
Rev. Bernard Braskamp, pastor of
the Gunton-Temple Memorial Presby
terian Church, will preach a Palm Sun
day sermon tomorrow morning at 11
o’clock. Thursday evening at 8 o’clock
the Holy week communion service will
be celebrated by the members of the
church and congregation. There will
be an address by the pastor.
Easter
Sunrise Service
7:30 AM.
April 20, 1930
Walter Reed .
Hospital
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THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, APRIL 1 12, 1930
DR. CHESTEEN SMITH
IN SPECIAL SERMONS
Morning and Evening Themes to
Be Discussed by Hamline
M. E. Pastor.
Holy week will be observed by Ham
line Methodist Episcopal Church with
special sermons by Dr. Chesteen Smith.
The morning subject will be “The Tri
umphal Entry,” and in the evening
“Greeting the Easter Truth with Joy.”
Thursday evening at 8 o’clock the sac
rament of the Lord’s supper will be
administered, the subject of the prepar
atory message being “The Higher Capa
bilities of the Soul.” Friday evening at
8 o’clock a special service will be held,
with a brief address by Dr. Smith on
“The Meaning of Crucifixion for Our
Modern Day."
Dr. A. C. Christie will be the guest
speaker at the Men’s Bible Class at 9:45
o'clock tomorrow morning.
The Epworth League will meet at 7
p.m.. the speaker being Dr. Louis W.
Mattern. The official board will meet
Monday night at 8 o’clock.
“THY KING COMETH”
Dr. Barrows Chooses Theme for To
morrow Morning’s Service.
Dr. A. E. Barrows, pastor of the East
ern Presbyterian Church, will preach
tomorrow morning on “Thy King Com
eth.” The Woman's Bible Class will
meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Mrs. Barrows’
residence, 611 Maryland avenue. The
Good Will Bible Class will meet Wed
nesday evening in the primary room.
' The Easter communion service will be
held Thursday evening, and Friday eve
ning the Junior Christian Endeavor will
: hold its monthly meeting in the primary
room.
Church of the Reformation
2nd and B Bts. S.E
REV. JOHN WKIDI.EY, Palter
9:30 a.m.—Bunday School.
i I Keller Memorial §
Marvland Avenue and
Ninth St. N.E.
I S. T. Nicholas, D. D. |
§n Pastor ®
Sunday School
at 9:30 A.M.
s A great Palm Sunday Rally of S
a the School. 1,200 is our tjoal. if)
S We will welcome you.
g Morning Service at 11:00 1
“Choosing a Vocation” g
I CONFIRMATION |
|j Evening Service at 7:45 a
S “Jesus Is King”
Young Peoples Societies
at 6:45 P.M.
(3 The Home-Like Church g
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church
B and Bth Sts. S.W.
Rev. H. D. Hayet, D. D., Pattor
Sunday. 9:45 a.m.—Bible School.
11:00 a.m.—The Service, with Confirmation
Sermon. “The Kina Absolute.”
Infant Baptism and Reception of Member*
HOLY WEEK
Monday, 8:00 p.m.—Devotional. Business and
Social Meeting of Council and
Ladles Aid.
Wednesday, 8:00 p.m.—Sermon. Litany and
Confession and Absolution.
Thursday, 8:00 p.m.—Memorial MtaitaMon,
with Holy Communion. /
Friday, 8:00 p.m.—Good Friday Reflections
and the Communion.
CONCORDIA CHURCH
(Evanselleal Synod of N. A.)
20th and G Sts. N.W.
Rev. Charles Endert, Pastor
9:45 a.m.—Bible School.
10:00 a.m.—German Service.
11:15 a.m.—CONFIRMATION SERVICE.
8:00 p.m.—CONFIRMATION REUNION.
Speaker, Mr. Paul Brtnde*.
i
Tuesday, 8 p.m.—German Lenten Service.
Wednesday, 8 p.m.—English Lenten Service.
Thursday, 8 p.m.—Communion Service.
, GOOD FRIDAY.
11:00 a.m.—German Service with Holy
Communion.
8:00 p.m.—CanUta. "The Seven Last
• Words of Christ.”
7IGW New Hampshire O Bnehanan.
ZilUll Pastor, Richard Schmidt. D. D.
10:00 a.m.—Confirmation Service at Chnreh,
6th & P Sts, N.W.
7:86 p.m.—Confirmation Class Keanlon at
Chapel.
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School.
1 HOLY' n wiEK gl ßEßvicES lI IN CHAPEL.
Tuesday. 7:30 p.m.—Oenerag Preparatory
Service. _ .
Wednesday. 7:30 p.m.—German Lent.
Holy Thursday. 8 p.m.—Holy Communion.
Good Friday. 2-3 p.m.—Quiet Hour.
Good Friday Morning, 10—German Holy
Communion at the Church, 6th A P
Sts. N.W.
|- Hmtwraaltal Uttlwraaliatt j
I : UNIVERSALIST NATIONAL
! MEMORIAL CHURCH
j i • 16th &. S Street# N.W.
REV. FREDERIC W. PERKINS, D. D„ PASTOR
L Opening Services in the New Church
M l 10:15—Church School
:i 11:00 —Morning Worship
II | • ‘ ' “The Way of Spiritual Triumph”
Ml 4:30 P.M.—Vespers. Maunder** Cantata
l i "FROM OLIVET TO CALVARY”
Address: “Enduring Royalty**
7 p.m.—Young People’# Christian Union
| ■: Music by Chorus Choir
Dr. Albert W. Homed, Organist and Director
g 1
BISHOP TO VISIT
EPIPHANY PARISH
Dr. Freeman to Administer
Rite of Confirmation to Class
♦ Tomorrow Morning.
Right Rev. James E. Freeman,
Bishop of Washington, will pay his
annual visit to his old parish, Epiphany,
tomorrow morning to administer the
rite of confirmation to a class of chil
dren and adults prepared by Dr. Phil
lips and his associate ministers. Am
plifiers will be installed in the parish
hall adjoining to enable those unable to
get in the church to Join in the service
and hear the sermon which Bishop
Freeman will deliver.
Alter evensong, at 8 o’clock palms
will be distributed.
Bishop Freeman wilt be special noon
day preacher Monday to Thursday,
Inclusive. The holy communion will
be celebrated at 7:30 and 11 a.m. every
day in Holy week, except Good Friday.
There will be a third celebration on
Maundy Thursday at 7:30 p.m., at
which the officers, teachers and con
firmed scholars of the Sunday school
will assemble for corporate communion.
Dr. Phillips will conduct the three
hour service on Good Friday. Other
services that day will be: 10 a.m., litany
and address by Dr. James W. Morris;
4:45 p.m., young people’s services and
address by Rev. Alvin Lamar Wills, and
8 p.m., music.
Easter even there will be holy baptism
at 4:45 o’clock.
MISSIONARY TO PREACH
Dr. Baker of South India at Fifth
Baptist Church.
Dr. J. M. Baker, missionary, of South
India, will preach at Fifth Baptist
Church tomorrow morning. Represent
ative Charles A. Jonas of North Caro
llKa will teach the Darlington Berea
Bible Class for men and women.
Pre-Easter meetings will be held daily
next week at 7:45 p.m. Many converts
will be baptized the evening of Good
Friday.
West Washington Chnreh. •
Rev. C. B. Austin, pastor of the West
Washington Baptist Church, will preach
at 11 a.m. tomorrow on “Christ,” and
8 p.m. “A Great Bible Doctrine.” He
will also speak Thursday evening at
7:45 o’clock.
gutfrrratt
Church of the Atonement
North Capitol ALL Are.
Howard E. Snyder. Fatter.
Service*. 11 A M. and 8 P.M 8 8.. 6:48 A.M
l INCARNATION
Gallatin and 14th (N.E. Corner)
Rev. H. Manken. «r. P»«tor.
PALM SUNDAY SERVICES.
9:30 a.m.—Bible School.
11:00 a.m.—Confirmation.
7:15 p.m.—Confirmation Union. Addresses
by Mis* Selma Trede and Mr.
Fanl Brlndle.
HOLY WEEK. 8 F.M.
Monday—Men and Boyt’ Lenten Servlee.
| Wednesday—Preparatory Service.
Thursday—Holy Communion.
Friday—The Litany.
A Welcome and a Blessing Await_Yoa.
GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH
Sixteenth and Varnum Sts. N.'W.
GERHARD E. LENSKI, Paator.
9:30 a.m Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—“Yenr Confirmation Vow.”
Confirmation and Reception of
New Members.
8:00 p.m.—“Three Kinds of Faith.”
, Thursday. April 17, 8 p.m.. Holy Thurs
-1 day—Sermon with Holy Communion,
n Friday. April 18. 8 p.m., Good Friday—
S Memorial Service.
| A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL.
ST. PAUL’S
j Rev. Henry W. Snyder, D. D.,
] Pastor.
] Union services with the congregation of
j Luther Place Memorial Chnreh. Theme*
Circle, at It a.m. and 8 p.m.. with aer
] mons by Dr. Henry W. Snyder.
j Topics—
-1 11 a.m.—“The Palms.”
) 8 p.m.—“The Visit of the Greeks.”
8 p.m.. Monday—“ The Barren Fig Tree.”
i 8 p.m., Tuesday—Address by Or. H. C.
AUeman.
< 8 p.m., Wednesday—“M ed 11 all o a and
| Prayer," also Preparatory Serv
ice.
J 8 p.m., Thursday—Holy Communion,
j Services at 11th and H Sts.
) 9:30 a.m.—Bunday School.
J 7:00 p.m.—Christian Endeavor.
Services at Epiphany Chapel
16th and U Sts. N.W.
j 9:30 a sv—Sunday School,
j 7:00 p.m.—Luther League.
{ 11 a.m., Friday—" The Three Cre aa e a.”
j Holy Communion.
! CHRIST
Missouri Synod.
Now Located at 6th it P Sts. N.W.
J. Frederic Wenchel, Pastor
11:10 A.M.
i Confirmation Service.
I 7:45 p.m. —Roll Call Service.
9:4sa.m.—Sunday School.
I
Thursday, 7:45 p.m., Holy
Communion.
1 Good Friday Service, lit 16 a.m. and
7:45 p.m.
TRINITY
4th and E Sts. N.W.
Missouri Synod
Rev. Hugo M. Hennig
(No German Service.)
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—English Service.
' CONFIRMATION
LENTEN SERVICES.
English Sermon with Holy Communion,
Thursday, 8:00 p.m.
German Service with Holy Communion,
Friday, 8:00 p.m.
11LUTHER PLACE MEMORIAL!
j (At Thomas Circle N.W.)
9:45 a.m.—Bible (School.
11:00 a.m.— Joint service with St.
, Paul’s Evang. Lutheran
Church. Sermon by Rev.
1 H. W. Snyder, D. D.
6:45 p.m.—Christian Endeavor.
8:00 p.m.—Joint service with St.
Paul’s, Sermon by Dr.
r Snyder.
. COLUMBIA HEIGHTS, Park Road A N. H.
Ave. Palm Sunday services conducted by
r pastor. C. H. Butler, at 11 and 8 o’clock.
> Confirmation at 11. Other eervieea as
usual. .*•
Girls’ Friendly Society
Epiphany branch was addressed by
Dr. James W. Morris last Monday eve
ning.
A letter from Mrs. H. I. Bolton,
former branch president, to Miss
Lukens, national president, in which
she protested against the pacifist move
ment that apparently .had crept Into
the society, was read by Miss Grimes.
A copy of this letter has been for
warded to every diocese.
Mr. Nelghle of the Neighborhood
House will speak on stage, costuming at
the meeting April 14, and will have ap
propriate models.
St. Stephens Branch met with Its
president, Miss Alice Gerow, 1338 Har
vard street. A Spring variety which
includes two short comedies and
dancing will be given May 2 at the
parish hall, Sixteenth and Newton
streets, at 8:15 p.m. There will be an
instruction class for those to be admit
ted next Monday evening ‘at the
church.
Holiday House Is open for the seventh
season under the supervision ,of Miss
Clara Nourse and the assistant, Miss
Frances Crom.
Emmanuel, Anacostia branch, candi
dates are rehearsing for a play.
Special Palm Sunday Services.
There will be special Palm Sunday
services at Petworth Baptist Church
tomorrow morning. The pastor, Rev.
Henry J. Smith, will speak on “The
Forgiveness of Sin.” In the evening
the monthly B. Y. P. U. services will be
held, at which all of the young people’s
societies will be present. Mr. Smith's
subject Is “Restricted Possibilities.”
JHljmtjgkt
Meetings Held Each Sunday at 11
A.M., D. C. League of American Pen
Women’s Rooms, Stonelsiph Court,
1706 L Street N.W.
Florence Willard Day, Leader
All Welcome Free Will Offering
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Church nf Mint Nations. Holr Trinity.
Apostolic Faith. 1618 11th 8L N.W.
ELDER LEWIS T. CHAPMAN. Pastor.
Palm Bunday Service —Sunday School. 9.30
o.m. Preaching. 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Tues
day and Thursday from 13 to 1 p.m.. Tarry
ing Service. Wednesday and Friday. 8 p.m..
Prayer and Praise Service. A Cordial Wel
comc to All. »
®I. B. S. A.
Pythian Temple
1012 9th St. N.W.
15 p.m.. Memorial.
Sunday, 3 p.m., Lecture.
4 p.m.. Congregational Meeting.
7:45 p.m., Tower Study.
Seats Free No CoUection.
HALL MISSION
713 D St. N.W.
For the Promotion of
Scriptural Holiness
Service every Sunday at 3:30 p.m.
ALL WELCOME.
Institutional Union Mission
—ln the auditorium of the new Masonic
Temple, Corner 10th and You Sts. N.W., at
8 P.M. Gospel song and praise meeting.
Sermon on ‘“The Crucifixion of Christ.” Il
lustrated by 40 treat pictures on the screen.
Services conducted by Rev. J. N. Desman,
Rev. Dr. Curtis and Dr. W. H. Jackson.
All Invited.
BsfsMaqsY
Society of Washington, D. C.
1326 Eye Street N.W.
Phone Metropolitan 1889
DEAN FRANKLIN, Leader
SUNDAY MEETINGS
9:45 A.M.—Sunday School.
11 A.M.-LECTURE, DEAN
FRANKLIN
Subject:
“Genuineness and Simplicity”
5:30 P.M.—Yeung People’! Frahyela Club
8:45 P.M.—Good Words Club.
Subject:
“FAITH”—Mrs. Eluie Seott
8 P.M.-LECTURE, DEAN
FRANKLIN
Open Daily Except Holiday*
Classes—Wednesday and Friday at 6 P.M.
Cla»*e»—Every evening except Friday and
Saturday.
ALL ARE WELCOME
YOGODA W ST
Founded by Swam! Yegananda
April 13. liHi 8:00 P.M.
“MEDITATION MEETING”
Brahmehari Jotin, Leader
THE CHAMPLAIN. APT. 51.
1424 K Street N.W.
YOGODA
Will Enable You to
Work Without Weariness
Lesson* by Appointment—Phone Adams 5927.
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FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Tenth and G Streets N.W.
JASON NOBLE PIERCE, D.D„ Minister
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
1 { A.M.—“THE ENTERING CHRIST”
8 P.M.—“DEEPER PATRIOTISM”
Motion Picture Sunday Night Will Illustrate the Sermon,
“THE EVE OF THE REVOLUTION”
6 P.M.—Special Palm Sunday Service, auspices C. E. Societies, in
Church Auditorium. Special music, readings and pictures.
On Thursday night at Eight- O’clock •
Dr. Pierce Will Speak on
“NEED OF SALVATION**
Illustrated by the motion picture
“NOAH’S ARK”
Featuring Dolores Costello with George O’Brien
“THE ROCK,” a sacred drama, will be presented by the Young
‘ People’s Society at 8 P.M. on Friday, April .18th, and Sunday, April 20th,
in the Church Auditorium.
EVERY ONE INVITED FREEWILL OFFERINGS
Ml Pleasant Congregational Church
1410 Columbia Rd. N.W.
* REV. MOSES R. LOVELL MISS LOIS M. KUGLER
" Minister. Director mt Bellttoas Education.
9:30 AM. —Church School. '
If 11:00 A.M.—Sermon—
“A TWENTIETH CENTURY INTERPRETATION OF |
THE DIVINITY OF CHRIST.”
, THURSDAY. APRIL 17
8:00 PM.—Communion Service and Reception of New Members. |
Good Friday Service, April 18 »
8:00 PM.—The Chorus will sing Stainer’s “CRUCIFIXION.” |
The Washington Life Adjustment Center 1
An Undenominational Service for People of All Creeds and Classes j
Offlee Hoars: 9-4:Sf dally; Mon. and Than. Craning*. 7-9
I! TELEPHONE ADAMS 7979
■ VfT - "Cl, —— I ~rw - t'uiYfWT
JOHN F. COOK LODGE
TO HOLD ANNIVERSARY
Exercises Will Feature Evening 1
Service at Second Baptist
Church Tomorrow.
At Second Baptist Church, Third
street between H and'l streets, the pas
tor, Rev. J. L. S. Holloman, will preach
tomorrow at 11 a.m. on “The Matchless
Worth of a Soul.” Communion service
will be held at 4 p.m.
At the evening service the anniversary
exercises of the John F. Cook Lodge of
Free Ancient and Accepted Masons will
be held. The Bible school will meet at
9:30 ajn. and B. Y. P. U. r* 6 p.m.
The following ministers will preach
during Holy week: Monday evening,
Rev. R. D. Grymea; Wednesday evening.
Rev. W. A. Jones; Thursday evening,
Rev. W. H. Manokoo; Friday evening,
Rev. Ceasar Alexander.
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All Souls’ Church
Sixteenth and Harvard Streets
Minister
Ulysses G. B. Pierce, D. D.
9:45 A.M.—All Souls* Church
School.
11:00 A.M.—Morning Worship.
“THE SOUL’S TRIUMPH”
Flora McGill Keefer, meno-contralto.
Charles Trowbridge Tittmann, bass.
Lewis Atwater, organist.
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Christian Science
CHURCHES OF CHRIST
SCIENTIST.
BRANCHES OF THE MOTHER
CHURCH, THE FIRST CHURCH
OF CHRIST SCIENTIST, BOS
TON. MASS.
First Church of Christ Scientist
Columbia Road and Euclid Bt.
) Second Church of Christ Scientist
111 C St. N.E.
Third Church of Christ Scientist
13th and L Sts. N.W.
Fourth Church of Christ Scientist
ISth and Meridian N.W.
SUBJECT!
“ARE SIN, DISEASE
AND DEATH REAL?”
SERVICES—
Sunday. 11 A.M and 8 P.M.
Sunday School—ll A.M
WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETINGS 8
O'clock.
READING ROOMS
j FIRST CHURCH— lnvestment Bldg.,
15th and K Sts.—Hours, 9 to 9
(except Wednesday, 9 to 7, and
Sundays and holidays,2:3o to 5:30).
SECOND CHURCH— III C St. N.E.
—Hours, -1:30 to 5:30 p.m. week
days. Closed Sundays and holidays.
THIRD CHURCH— Colorado Bldg.,
14th and G Sts. Hours, 9:30 to 9
(Wednesdays, 9:30 to 7:30, and
Sundays and holidays, 2:30 to 5:30).
FOURTH CHURCH— TivoIi Bldg.,
3313 14th St.—9:3o to 9 week days
(except Wednesdays, 9:30 to 7:30).
Sundays and holidays, 2:30 to 5
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Memorial United Brethren
Church
Narth Capitol and R Street!
Rev. Simpson B. Daugherty. D. D.. Pastor
Rev. J. Hersehel Cooper. Assistant Pastor
Morning at 11—Holy Communion.
Baptism. Reception ot
Members.
Evening at B—Holy Communion. New
members received. Mes
sage. "Hirh Hosannas'*
<auestions), Dr. S. B.
Daugherty.
Sunday School. 9:40: C. E* Societies. 7
I Passion Week Services Thursday and
Friday, 8 P.M.
(Hongrpgaltonal
! Ingram Memorial Congregational
II Mass. Avenue and Tenth St. N.E.
(The Onlw Congregational Church last
ot the Cavitol.t
j Rev. Kyle Booth, Miniater
Morning Worship. 11 O’clock.
“WHEREIN WAS THE TRIUMPH?”
j 8 P.M.—'“OUTSIDE THE CHURCHES.”
Church School, 9:30 A.M.
i CLEVELAND PARK
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
George Farnham. Pastor
34tb and Lowell Sts.
Church School. 9:45
Mrs. Helena Kimball. Director ot
Rellcloua Education.
Morning Worship, 11:00
Sermon—
“A Pageant of Power.”
Vesper Service, 5 P.M.
Organ Recital— I
. Mrs. Page Etchison,
Friday, April 18th, 0:45.
' Communion Supper, 6:45.
“KISSING WOMEN” TOPIC
R«v. E. Hez Swem to Preach at
Night Service.
“Kissing Women!" is the subject of
Rev. E. Hez Swem tomorrow night at
8 o’clock at Centennial Baptist Church.
The 11 o’clock morning sermon subject
is “The Doing of the Days.”
Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Societies
of the Baptist Young People’s Union,
7 p.m.
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(SWEDENBORG IAN)
CHURCH OF THE HOLY CITY
Sixteenth N.W.. Above Q
9:45 a.m.—Bible Classes.
10:00 a.m.—Arcana Adult Clasi. Teacher.
Alice Thacher Post.
11:00 a.m.—Palm Sunday Morning Serv
ice. Mr. Sperry will preach.
“Who Is This?”
Chorus Choir
GOOD FRIDAY. APRIL IS
11:00 a.m.— Special Service of Worship. Mr.
Briggs will preach.
EVERY ONE WELCOME ALWAYS
Pastor. Rev. Paul Sperry.
Assistant. Rev. Horace W. Briggs
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CHURCH OFXHRIST
Fourteenth Bt. and Meridian PI. N.W.
GEO. A. KMNGMAN. Minister.
Sundev services: 10 a.m.—Bible Classes:
II a.m. and 5 p m.—Sermons.
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PARK VIEW
Park Rd. Nr. Ga. Ave. W. P. Smith.
_ FIFTEENTH STREET. “
■ S. Read MeAlpln. Ph. IE. Pastor. .
U 15th St. and Ky. Ave. S.E. I—l
11:00 a.m.—"The Triumphal En- PI
try.”
7:45 p.m.—"Behold. The Man.”
Hmnottl ’ Aarnue
1310 Vermont Ave. Northwest.
LI Rev. Earle Wilfley, LL. D., L
' T7l Minister. n
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1— Sermons by the Pastor:
, | 11 AM.
"HOSANNA!”
(The Chapel Choir will sing led
by Mrs. Helen M. Turley.)
8 P.M.
“THE BETHANY VISITOR.”
(Special Music. directed by
W. E. Braithwaite.)
g*tmt
rn 9th A D Sts. N.E. I—l
LJ B. H. Melton, Minister and Evangelist, [j] ■
REVIVAL SERVICES.
Sunday, April 13—11 a.m. A 7:45 p.m.
Monday thru Friday at 7:45 p.m.
Easter Sunday. April 20th
11 a.m. & 7:45 p.m.
At these services Dr. Melton will
preach the great themes of the I
Bible.
! The large chorus choir will ren
—l der music at each service.
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, Park Road. West of 14th St.
1 | Harvey Baker Smith. Pastor.
At 8:00 Sunday evening, pic
tures of the Jerusalem Confer- I
■ ence will be shown.
; | "The Touch of The Master,”
!the 11:00 a.m. sermon topic.
Church School at 9:30.
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; REFORMED
’ rokrv 15th * nd ° st »- n.w.
UIVAUEi Henry H. Ranck. D. D., Pastor.
11 a.m.—Palm Sunday Service.
“THE GREATNESS OF JESUS.”
8 p.m —CONFIRMATION.
- 9:4o—Sunday School: 7 p.m., C. E.
Holy Week Services. Evenings at 8.
nneT Corner 13th X Monroe Sts.
riltdi Dr. James D. Buhrer. Pastor.
11 a.m.—Confirmation. 12 Young People.
8 pm.—Reunion Services of Classes.
Holy Week Services. 15th. 17th. 18th. 8 p.m.
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[g Alask? Ave. and Kalmla Road. .
}a REV. OTTO A. BRASKAMP, D. D.. Pastor
r 3 9:40 a.m.—Church School.
. HI 11:00 a.m.—Sermon. “KINGSHIP OF
I s JESUS." Communion Service
S 6:45 p.m.—lntermediate C. E.
E 6:45 p.m.—C. E. guests of Gunton
f£j Temple C. E.
Gj 7:45 Thursday evening—Midweek prayer
gj service.
1 Peck Memorial Chapel
(U Penna. Ave. and 26th St. N.W.
S IRVING W. KETCHUM. Minister
s 9:45 A.M.— Sunday School.
E 11:00 A.M.—Palm Sunday Sermon.
K* .COfl P.M.—Gillette Class,
a 7:00 P.M.—Christian Endeavor.
Ira 7:45 P.M.—"Ready for Home.”
® Special Services of Holy Week.
© Wednesday. 8 p.m.—“On the Way to
ra Calvary.'’
® Friday, 8 p.m.—“On Calvary.”
1 CHEVY CHASE
Chew Chase Circle
B Rev. J. Hillman Hollister, D. D., Minister.
K 9:30 a.m.—Church School,
fg 9:30 a.m.—Bible Classes
a 11:00 a.m.—Sermon by the pastor. Bub-
Si iect:
| "THE HEART OF GOD.” , ,
S Special Palm Sunday music by the choir.
H 5:00 n.m.—Girl Reserves’ Club.
S 7:00 p.m.—Pioneer Boys' Club
E 7:00 p.m.—Senior Endeavor. Speaker,
EJ Miss Jeannette Rankin,
g Subject: “The London Con
ference and World Peace.”
. tl Wednesday, 6:30 to 6 p.m.—Vesper
ffl Service.
S Mrs. H. L. Shrader, Soloist.
I GEORGETOWN
S Oreanlied 1789.
g P Street near 31st Street N.W.
1 Rev. Frank F. Niles. Pastor-Elect
[3 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School.
}a 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship and Com
}g munion.
S 6:30 p.m.—Junior Endeavor,
gj 7:00 p.m.—Senior Endeavor.
WESTERN
1 H St. between l»th and 20th Sts. N.W.
g Rev. J. Harvey Dunham, Paator.
11:00 A.M.
“THE NOBLEST PLEASURE”
g 8:00 P.M.
“BLOSSOM TIME”
jg Music by the Quartet
ECKINGTON
I North Capitol St., Corner Florida Ave.
g REV. HENRY B. WOODING. Minister,
g 11 a.m.—“CHRIST THE KING.”
Gj 8 p.m.—"PREPARING FOR THE BEST.”
113I 13 Members received at the morning service.
New York Avenue
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
N. Y. Ave, H and 13th Sts.
Ministers
Rev. Joseph R. Sixoo, D. D.
Rev. George G. Culbertson
Palm Sunday
9:43 AAA.—Sunday School.
11 AM. . .
“The Vindication of Jesus”
6:15 PM.— Young People’s Tea
and Service
8 P.M.
I I “PONTIUS PILATE—THE
MAN OF INDECISION”
WEDNESDAY—II:3O to
Dr. Slzoo’s last Mayflower Len
ten Lecture of the season.
THURSDAY—B p.m—The Easter
Communion Service In the
church.
METROPOLITAN
Foarth and B Streets S.E.
Rev. Freeley Rohrer, Faster.
•’iasstfguigggy* .
With a by organ and
qugßt choir.
Friends Meeting;
1811 Eye St. N.W.
9:46 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 ajn.—Meeting for worship.
HERBERT S. LEWIS, Clerk.
6806_Eastem Ave., Takoma Park, P. C.
Friends Meeting , st?eeu l N , w*
AUGUSTUS T. MURRAY. Minister. ’
9:45 a.m.—Dunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Meeting for Worship.
0:30 p.m.—Christian Endeavor.
7:45 p.m.—(Thursday) Prayer Meeting.
MRS, E. WHITE
ASSOCIATE MINISTER.
Message Meeting Sun. and Wed.. 0 P.M.
Private Consultation by Appointment. 700
6th St. B.E. Line. 3055.
Spiritual Science Church of Christ
■very Sunday, 8:15 F.M., at the
WHITE CROSS CENTER
1379 Irving Bt. N.W.
Pastor. REV. JANE B. COATEI
SERMON
“HOW TO SEE AND HEAR SPIRITS.”
“THE PALMS.” BY BAWER
Sung by Gertrude Russell
Musical Program from 7:45 to 8:88
Elizabeth Gardiner Coombs
Messages by Rev. Coates, Rev. MacLaren,
Rev. Wade. Rev. Hall. Mrs. Jeffries. Mr. Hall
and others.
Dr Coates gives personal readings br ap
pointment. Phone Col. 0227. Message Cirole
Tucs.. 2:15. and Wed., 8:15 p.m. All welcome. *
The First Spiritualist Church
Lecture by the Pastor,
Rev. Alfred H. Terry
Subject.
“WITCHCRAFT, ANCIENT
AND MODERN”
Followed by spirit messages.
Sunday. 8 p.m., at Pythian Temple. 1012
9th St. N.W., second floor. All welcome.
Rev. Terry gives readings and healing
treatments by appointment. 131 C St. NE.
Phone Lincoln 1572. *_
Unity Spiritualist Church
1326 MASS. AVE. N.W.
Services Sunday, 8 P.M.
Lecture by Mrs. Caroline Fox
Messages by Mr. Simmons and
Mr. Meyers.
Spirituel Universal Science Church.
1 At Playhouse, 1814 N St. N.W.. 8 O’clock.
Subject—“ Spirit and Spiritual.”
By Eva Herkenroder.
I Rev. Dr. Hahn Brooks will officiate, and
healing by rod.
Messages by co-workers, for all. Come
' and join us. Freewill offering. All are
I welcome. *
SOUTHERN
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If Church of
the Pilgrims I
On the Parkway
i| At 22nd and P Sts. N.W. :
! REV. ANDREW R. BIRD j
Minister
Sunday Worship at
I f 11 A.M. and 7:45 P.M. J
j Conducted by the Minister {
I Rev. Wade G. Smith \
Preacher
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I CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN
SOUTHERN ASSEMBLY. _
Intersection of Fifteenth and Sixteenth
and Irving Sts. N.W.
Rev. JAMES H. TAYLOR. D. D.. Palter.
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. Sermon by
Dr. w. W. Shaw of Baltimore.
5:00 p.m.—Westminster League.
6:30 p.m.—Social Hour.
7:00 p.m.—Christian Endeavor.
8:00 p.m.—Evening Worship. Sermon by
Dr. Shaw.
8:00 p.m., Thursday—Meeting of Congre
gation.
Take 14th St. car or 16th St. bus or Mt.
Pleasant car to Irving St.
CID QT John Marshall !
r IRu 1 PL N.W. {
Rev. N. P. Patterson. D. D.. Paster. [
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School at the Old (
First Church. I
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School at the
Chapel. Massachusetts ave
nue and 36th Street N.W.
11:00 a.m—At the Old Church: Wes
ley Spencer will speak.
Sunday evening at the Chapel—NO
SERVICE.
EASTERN ,
Md. Ave. & Sixth St. NJS.
Alfred E. Barrows, D. D., Pastor.
9:30 a.m.—Bible School.
11:00 a.m.—“Thy Kingdom Cometh.”
10:00 a.m.—Men’s Bible Class.
7:00 p.m.—C. E. Meetings.
7:45 p.m.—Musical Service. I
Stainer's “Cruclflxion” I
Boloists and Chorus Choir j
SIXTH
16th and Kennedy Sts. N.W.
REV. GODFREY CHOBOT |
Pastor
9:45 a.m.—Graded Sabbath School. [
11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship, with [
Sermon. !
“Blessed Is He”
VESPER SERVICE
5 P.M.
“Jesus and Humility*'
6:15 p.m.—Christian Endeavor
Society.
Special Music on the Four-Manual
Tower Echo Organ 15 minutes
before service.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME.
covenant!
Connecticut Ave. at N St. N.W. j
Dr. Albert Joseph McCartney,
Minister
SERMON TOPIC
“The Soul of the City
and the City of the Soul”
Music by Covenant Quartet
Vesper Services
Every Afternoon (except Saturday)
from 5 to 6, during
Holy Week
Dr. McCartney Preaching
6:3o—Fireside Hour for young neople.
Entrance 1339 Conn. Av«.
GUNTON-TEMPLE
16th and Newton Sts.
Rev. Bernard Braskamp, M. A., Pastor. I
9:45 a.m.—Church School. £
11:00 a.m.—Palm Sunday Sermon. Spe- Is
cial music. Ei
6:45 p.m.—Christian Endeavor Bo- E
cietles.
Thursday, 8 p.m.—Holy week com- H
munion service.
Washington Heights I
Rev. John C. Palmer, D. D., Minister jg
Columbia and Kalorama Rds. jgj
6:46—Sunday School.
11:00—Morning Worship. Sermon by fa
Dr. Palmer: “Character Building ■
—The Word of God Abiding in g
Us.”
B:oo—Young People will have charge of ra
evening aervlce. All welcome. fa
NORTHMINSTER
llth SL & Rhode Island Ave. N.W. |
Bev. Kenneth B. Carson, Minister. g
9:46 a.m.—Bible Study. g
11:00 a.m.—Communion service.
Midweek Beiv:ce, Thursday, 1:46 P.M. g
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