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WILL 8E DEDICATED
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
Will Have War Mothers
Present at Service.
At St. Paul's Lutheran Church to
morrow at the close of the morning
service there will be the dedication of
a memorial window in the altar re
cess of the chapel of the Epiphany.
The window consists of a group of
three lancets and was designed by
Earl Edward Sanborn of Boston. It
portrays the Feast of the Epiphany,
showing the Virgin Mary and the In
fant Jesus, the three Magi, their gifts,
and the star which led them to Beth
lehem.
It is the gift of Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Hurley and is a memorial to their
three children, James, Gladys and
Arthur, all of whom were members of
Epiphany Church, which merged with
St. Paul's a few years ago. In honor
of James Hurley, who lost his life in
the World War. the Gold Star
Mothers of the District of Columbia
will be present at the sendee.
Dr. Henry W. Snyder, the pastor,
will preach on “Modern Wise Men”
and at the vesper service at 8 o'clock
on "The Indispensable Christ.”
At the Christian Endeavor meeting
at 7 o'clqick, Roy Hickman will lead,
the topic being “What Shall I Do
With My Money?" Luther League
also meets at 7 p.m. and tomorrow
night will be In charge of Yvonne
Mehling. who has planned several spe
cial features for the program.
The Women's Missionary Society
will meet Wednesday night at the
church and there will also be the reg
ular monthly meeting of the Church
Council.
A Dutch dinner, under the auspices
of the Dr. Samuel Domer Bible class,
will be given Thursday from 5 to 7
o'clock, and on Friday night there will
be held at the church preparatory
aendce to the holy communion.
‘THE CHRISTIAN YEAR’
IS PASTOR’S SUBJECT
Dr. Bernard Braskamp Will Con
duct Services at Gunton-Temple
Memorial Church.
Dr. Bernard Braskamp, pastor of the
Gunton-Temple Memorial Presbyterian j
Church, will preach tomorrow morning I
on “The Christian Year.” The Sunday !
school will meet at 9:45 a.m. Classes
are provided for parents who wish to
come with their children.
The weekly prayer meeting will be
held Thursday evening. The Women's
Missionary Society will meet Wednesday
at 11 o'clock. The morning meeting
will be followed by a luncheon at 12:30
o’clock. During the luncheon there will
be a sale of homemade baked goods
and candy for the benefit of the Evening
Missionary Society. At 1:30 p.m. the
Women’s Aid Society will meet.
The Marco Club will meet Friday
evening.
The annual School of Missions will
begin on this Sunday and continue for
four weeks. For this period all organ
isations of the church school have
selected fields of missionary work. Of
special interest is the women's class,
under the leadership of Mrs. Myron S.
Anderson. The first of these missionary
teas will be held at the home of Mrs.
Robb at 2 o'clock.
SPIRITUAL PROGRAM
FOR LUTHERAN IS THEME
Dr. C. C. Rasmussen to Preach at
Night on “What Makes a
Bible Happy.’’
At the 11 o’clock service in Luther
Place Memorial Church tomorrow
morning. Dr. Carl C. Rasmussen, the
pastor, will preach on "A Spiritual
Program for Our Church.” At 8 O’clock
the sermon topic will be "What Makes
a Bible Happy?” which is the second
in a series of "Happiness” sermons.
The Senior Christian Endeavor Society
will discuss the topic, “What Shall I
Do With My Money?” The meeting
will be led by Roland Peterson. The
Intermediates will have as their topic,
*'How Can We Keep the Respect of
Others?” the leader being Joseph Mehl.
The Women’s Missionary Society will
meet at the church Monday evening
and the Rainbow Missionary Society
will meet with Miss Bess Bright, 4917
Thirteenth street, Tuesday evening.
SERMONS TO END SERIES
Bishop Abbott to Speak Morning
and Evening at St. Mark’s.
Bishop Almon P. Abbott of Lexington
has been the preacher at St. Mark's
Church the past week and will finish
his series of mission sermons tomorrow,
occupying the puplit at both the morn
ing and the evening services, his sermon
subject for the morning service being
“Power to Become” and his evening
subject "Crowning Christ.” He will
speak to the Young People's Society at
7 o’clock tomorrow evening. Rev. H.
A. Woolfall will give an illustrated
lecture on “Denver" in the parish hall,
Friday evening.
WILL HOLD MEETING
Fifteenth Annual Session Is Set
for Thursday at 6:30 O'clock.
The Cleveland Park Congregational
Church will hold its fifteenth annual
meeting Thursday at 6:30 o'clock. The
Woman'6 Association will serve th° sup
md the pastor. Rev. George Farn
will preside at the business meet
ing. Dr. Phillip S. Smith is chairmen
of the board of trustees; Mr. G. Mor
ville Barker is senior deacon, Mrs.
Charles G. Woodbury is chairman of
the Religious Education Committee.
At 11 o'clock tomorrow morning, the
pastor will preach on "Trial by Fire.”
_ '
Speaking Tour
BAPTIST HEADS ARE TRAVEL
ING TOGETHER.
DR. WILLIAM J. MrGLOTHLIN.
The presidents of the two largest na
tional Baptist organizations, Dr. Wil
liam J. McGlothlin of the Southern
and Mattiron B. Jones of the Northern
Convention, are together making a
speaking tour in the course of which
they will address audiences in 12 cities.
They will visit Washington next Friday.
A luncheon conference for ministers
and laymen will take place at 12:30
o'clock at Calvary Church, to be fol
lowed by a separate conference between
the two presidents and the Baptist pas
tors of the city. Friday night a mass
mecfing will be held in the auditorium
of Calvary Church at which the two
presidents will make addresses.
There will also be present at all the
meetings through the day. Dr. W. H.
Bowler, executive secretary of the North
ern Baptist Convention, and Dr. F. F.
Brown, secretary of the Board of Pro
motion of the Southern Baptist Con
vention. This visitation will be one of
the most important events ever known
in the history of Washington Baptists.
This is the first time since they
separated many years ago that there
has been such close co-operation be
tween Baptists of the two sections. In
recent months President Jones and W.
H. Bowler, executive Secretary of the
Northern Convention, went South to
help put over the Southern Convention
community every member canvass. Dr.
McGlothlin comes to rr.ider his North
ern friends a like rcr.ve.
■ .•-*
REV. CHARLES ENCSRS
TO GIVE TWO SERMONS
"Means of Christian Conquest" Is
Morning Topic at Concordia
Evangelical Church.
Rev. Charles Enders will preach to
morrow in both the German service
at 10 a m. and the English service at
11:15 am. at Concordia Evangelical
Church, Twentieth and G streets. His
morning topic will be ‘‘Means of
Christian Conquest.” In the evening,
at 8 o’clock, the topic will be "Mis
sionary Pioneering in India.”
The Young People’s League •will dis
cuss "Stewardship” at 7:15 p.m.
A special congregational meeting will
be held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. to take
action on the report of a Building
Committee and to make plans for the
celebration of the 100th anniversary
of the congregation. Dr. Henry
Tralle, who has served the Building
Committee as consultant, will explain
the plans with the aid of a stereopti
con lecture on church building. The
centenary celebration is not due for
another year, the congregation having ,
been organized on January 17, 1833.
The church council, however, believes
that the occasion warrants adequate
preparation and, therefore, has called
the special meeting at this time to
consider plans for the centenary.
WILL PREACH TWICE
Rev. James H. Miers Announces
Sermon Subjects.
The subject of the sermon of Rev.
James H. Miers tomorrow morning at
Fourth Presbyterian Church will be a
summary of the conditions surrounding
the Lord’s Second Coming. This is
the thirteenth sermon in a series upon
this subject, which will be broadcast
over station WJSV. In the evening he
will preach on “God’s Rainbow Cove
nant With Noah.” Sunday school is at
9:30 a m. At 5:30 p.m. will be a meet
ing of the prayer circles. At 7 o'clock the
Senior Endeavor Society meets in Kelly
Hall, and the Intermediate Society in
the intermediate Sunday school room.
The Ladies’ Aid Society meets Tues
day at 11 o’clock, with luncheon.
Church prayer meeting is Thursday
evening.
ANNUAL MEETING SET
St. Mark's Lutheran Officers to Be
Elected Monday.
St. Mark’s Lutheran congregation
will hold its annual meeting at the
church. Eighth and B streets south
west, Monday evening. Officers will
be elected.
At the service tomorrow morning at
11 o’clock the holy communion will be
administered and the pastor, Rev. H. D
Hayes, will preach on "The Breaking
of the Bread.’’
Monthly PROPHETIC
CONFERENCE
This monthly meting Is sponsored by the j
Washington School of the Bible, and Is held
in various churches in our city.
There will be two meetings this month,
on Tuesday, January 12. at 2 30 and at 8
pm Both will be held in the Eastern
Presbyterian Church, 6th St. and Md. Ave.
N. E.
Dr. Charles G. Trumbull of Philadelphia,
editor of The Sunday School Times, will be
the speaker. His sublect will be. 2:30—
“Not Ashamed at His Coming:” and at ft -
“Is the Lord’s Return a Practical Truth?”
Be Sure to Hear
Dr. Trumbull
The Place to Go
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America’s Great Teacher of
Food and Breath Laws
Sunday, January 10—Eat Your Way to Health—Long Life.
Monday, January 11—Cleansing the System of Colds and
Constipation.
Tuesday, January 12—How to Keep Young—Breathing!
Wednesday, January 13—How to End Fear and Worry.
Scats Free—Come Early
8 p.m. Oriental Relaxation Exercises Demonstrated Nightly 8 p.ra.
Special Matinee Lecture for Women Only, January 13 at
3 P.M.
LASTING YOUTH AND A BEAUTIFUL BODY FOR THE MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN
MASONIC TEMPLE, 13th St. and New York Ave. N.W.
TWO BISHOPS FILL
PULPIT SUNDAY
Bethlehem Chapel Congrega
tion Will Hear Sermon by
Fiske and Freeman.
Two bishops will be the preachers
at the services tomorrow in the Bethle
hem Chapel of Washington Cathedral.
Right Rev. Charles Fiske, bishop of
Central New York, who is here to lead
a series of conferences being held at
the College of Preachers, will preach at
the 11 a.m. celebration of the holy com
munion, and Right Rev. James E. Free
man. bishop of Washington, will preach
at the people's evensong at 4 p.m. The
evensong sendee will be broadcast by
radio over Station WMAL.
Other services at the Cathedral wdll
include celebration of the holy com
munion at 7:30 a.m. and morning prayer
and litany at 10 a m.
Dr. G. Freeland Peter, chancellor of
the Cathedral, will be celebrant of the
service at 11 a.m., and Canon Raymond
L. Wolven, chaplain to the bishop of
Washington, wdll conduct the people's
evensong.
Sunday pilgrimages are held under
the direction of Canon John W. Gum
mere, which wdll start from the Bethle
hem Chapel at 12:30 p.m. and 5 p.m.
HOLY COMMUNION
PROGRAM FEATURE
Rock Creek Episcopal Church Serv
ice Will Be Followed by School,
Prayer and Sermon.
The services tomorrow at Rock Creek
Episcopal Church, Webster street and
Rock Creek Church road, Include holy
communion at 8:30 am,, church school
at 9:30 a m., morning prayer and ser
mon at 11 a m., meeting of the Young
People's Society at 7 p.m. and evening
prayer and sermon at 8 p.m.
A meeting of the Daughters of the
King will be held in the rectory at 7:45
p.m.. Jar vry 13, the speaker being Rev.
Claude r. Ridenour, whose subject will
be "Service.”
The senior chapter of the Brother
hood of St. Andrew will meet in the
parish office building at 8 p.m., Janu
ary 12.
Meetings of the Girls’ Friendly So
ciety will be held in the parish house
at 7:30 p.m., January 11, and at 3:30
p.m., January 15.
A meeting of tb“ Boy Scouts —/ill be
held in the parish house at 7:30 p.m.,
January 15.
The Rock Creek Players will hold re
hearsals in the parish house at 8 p.m..
January 13 and January 15, and at 8
p.m. on January 14 the Young People’s
Society will rehearse Its play.
A meeting of the Men’s Club will be
held in the parish house at 8 p.m.,
January 12. Commodore W. E. long
fellow. assistant national director of the
American Red Cross, will speak on
“Accident and Waterproofing Washing
tonians.” Refreshments will be aerved.
RECTOR WILL PREACH
ON “FEAR OF A CHILD”
Rev. Henry T. Cocke Will Conduct
Services at All Saints' Church
Tomorrow Morning.
Rev. Henry Teller Cocke, rector of All
Saints' Episcopal Church, Chevy Chase,
will have for his sermon theme tomor
row morning “Fear of a Child.” This
service will be preceded by the early
service at 7:30 o'clock and the Sunday
school at 9:30 o’clock.
The rector will conduct the candle
light service at 8 o’clock, in commemora
tion of the Epiphany. This service was
originally plapned for last Sunday, but
was postponed. The young people will
meet at 7 o’clock.
The Girl Scout Troop, of which Mrs.
Briggs Is captain, will meet at 3:30p.m.
Ttiesday and the Cub Scouts at 7
o’clock.
THATCHER TO SPEAK
Kentucky Representative Before
Harrison Clan Tomorrow.
Representative Maurice H Thatcher
of Kentucky will address the Harri
son Bible class of Congress Street
Methodist Protestant Church, 1238
Thirty-first street, tomorrow morning
at 9:45 o’clock in the auditorium of
the church. His subject will be "A
Trip to Egypt and the Holyland.”
William N Payne, jr., will have charge
of the lesson and give a short talk on it.
All men are welcome.
Dr. Hirl A. Kester. the pastor, will
preach at 11 a.m. on “The Cleansing
of the Temple of the Soul” and at
8 p.m. his theme will be "The First
Miracle In the Book of John.” Prayer
meeting Thursday. 8 p.m. Subject:
“Guaiding Our Treasures.”
Famous Churches of the World
The Cathedral of York.
YORK, the seat of an archbishop
and the county town of York
shire, England, lies in a plain
watered by the River Ouse at
the junction of the Foss
stream with the main river, a place
of narrow streets, ancient walls and
many churches and architechual won
ders.
The Cathedral of St. Peter, common
ly known as the minister, has no
superior In dignity of form among
English cathedrals. It is a Latin cross,
consisting of a nave with aisles, trans
epts, choir with aisles, central tower
and two western towers.
The building occupies the site of
the wooden church in which King
Edward was baptized by Paulinus on
Easter day, 627. Following his bap
tism, Edward commenoed ”a large and
more noble basilica of stone.” Troubles
followed his death, and this was par
tially destroyed, only to be repaired
by Archbishop Wilfrid. Damaged by
fire in 741. it was once more restored
by Archbishop Albert.
At the tiime of the Norman invasion,
the Saxon Cathedral, with the library
of Archbishop Egbert, was destroyed
by fire with the greater part of the
city. Only the central wall of the
crypt remained. It was reconstructed,
but few portions of it stand today.
With the exception of the crypt, the
transepts are the oldest portions of the
present building. These represent the
early English style at its best, and a
view across the great transept is un
surpassed for architectural beauty.
The south transept is most elaborate
in detail with a magnificent rose win
dow, while the windows of the north
transept are five lancet-shaped open
ings known as the Five Sisters.
In 1361 Archbishop Thoresby began
the chape! and presbytery in the early
perpendicular style. Then the choir
CHRISTIAN TRAINING
TO BE LUTHERAN TOPIC
Rev. J. Frederic Wenchel to Preach
Tomorrow—H. Koschmann
Bible Class, Leader.
“The Consciousness of the Fatherhood
of God, the Aim of Christian Training
and Life” is to be the subject of the
sermon by Rev. J. Frederic Wenchel
tomorrow morning at Christ Lutheran
Church, Sixteenth and Gallatin streets.
The Bible Class, under the leadership
of H, Koschmann. will discuss the last
episodes in the life of the Apostle Peter.
A meeting of the voting members will
be held Wednesday evening. Herbert
Rchiefer will be chairman. The Ladies’
Aid will meet in the social room. Mrs.
E. E. Phoebus will preside.
The Smithson-Hodgeson Dramatic
School gave an entertainment in the
Sunday school hall Fridav evening, the
chief feature of which was a Christmas
play.
PREACHING THE CROSS IN THE
HEART OF THE NATION'S
CAPITAL
BIBLh HALL
Pentecostal
l Assembly of God
I Cor. «tb A Sts. N.W.
I Harry Schaeffer,
f Pastor.
Back to Bible
Revival
Now being conducted by
Pete and Verna
^ ?>aiCSKey
Of Westernport, Md.
Old-fashioned conversions, healings, lat
ter rain outpouring of the Holy Spirit
Services every night except Saturday. 7:30
PM Sunday. 11 A M. and 7:30 P.M.
Come Once and You Will Come Again.
Public Invited—All Welcome.
! SERIES OF FREE LECTURES
: by
SWAMI AKHILANANDA
i An Authorized Representative of Ramakrlshns Order of India
J AT
Hotel Washington—Mezzanine Floor
i This movement in America was founded at the time of the
Parliament of Religions at Chicago in 1893, by
SWAMI VIVEKANANDA
J Monday, January 11th, 8:00 P.M.
How to Reach and Arouse the Sub-Conscious Mind
| Tuesday, January 12th, 8:00 P.M.
The Outer and the Inner Man
l Wedn esday, January 13th, 8:00 P.M.
Feelings and Emotions
t Thu rsday, January 14th. 8:00 P.M.
Reincarnation and Evolution
| ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
£uattg?liral __£itangrltral |
^UNITED STATES in PROPHECY!
OUR COUNTRY AT THE CROSS-ROADS
WHAT DOES THE BIBLE SAY?
ARE WE GOING THE ROAD OF RUIN OR OF SUCCESS?
A LECTURE BY I $
B. G. WILKINSON, Ph. D.
Dean of Theology. Washington Missionary College
God foretold the destinies of the great em
pires of the past. Dr. Wilkinson will expound
the prophecy on the future of the U. S.
Mt. Pleasant Hall
1813 Columbia Rd. N.W.
(Across from the Ambassador Theater)
7:1S p.m—Health Demonitratlon. "lie Water Treat
menti Instead of Drugs.
7.30 p.m.—Musical Program. Prof. H. A. Miller in
charge.
| SUNDAY, JAN. 10—frKhh 1|
was rebuilt, and to conform with the
alterations the central tower was re
cased and changed to a perpendicular
lantern tower. The southwest tower
was begun In 1432 and the northwest
tower in 1470. With this the church
was completed as It stands today and
was consecrated in 1472 by Archbishop
Neville.
In 1840 the southwest tower suf
fered a fire which reduced it to a shell.
However, it was restored without
changing and looks today as it did
before the damage.
(Copyright, 1933, Publishers Syndicate.)
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Sunday, January 10, 8:15 P.M.
LECTURE
“Religion and Religions”
Thursday, 8:13 IVM.. Study Class
Library Open Tuesday, Wednes
day and Friday, 5 to 6 P.M.
Saturday, t to 5 P.M.
United Lodge of Theosophists
Hill Bldg.. 17th * Eye Sts. N.W.
No dues, fees or collections
Lightbringer Lodge
Sunday, January 10th, 8:15 P.M.
The Ego—What Is It?
(Its Origin. Function and Goal)
Blanche K. Povelsen
Main Floor Barrister Bldg.,
635 F St. N.W.
ADMISSION FREE. COLLECTION.
“Educating for the New Age"
By Stanwood Cobb
Sunday, Jan. 1A, 8 P.M.
"Many Sons of God”
James W. McGuire,
6:SA P.M.
Rending Room Open
l/0—Daily. 4:45 Till 6 P.M.
Washington Lodge, T. S.
1216 H St. N.W.
11
Dr. Stockdale Will Be in Pul
pit at Two Services
Tomorrow.
At the First Congregational Church,
Tenth and G streets, the minister, Dr.
Allen A. Stockdale, will preach tomor
row morning on “Wages Nobody
Wants.” At the evening service he will
present another timely topic, “Racket
eers From Cain to Capone."
The church night supper will be held
Thursday at 6 p.m. The midweek meet
ing will follow at 6:45 o’clock. Dr.
Stockdale will lead the meeting and his
subject will be “Wise Men Worship—
the Physician Speaks."
Sunday school meets at 9:45 a.m.
The Christian Endeavor Societies will
hold a Joint meeting at 6:30 p .n. The
subject will be “Should Peace Education
Be a Part of the Program of the
Church?” The affirmative will be
taken by Robert S. Ball and the nega
tive by Paul J. Sedgwick, after which
the subject will be open to discussion.
The high school group will meet at
6:45 p.m. Worship chairman, Phoebe
Young, and discussion leader, Helen
Olmstead. The subject will be “The
Wise Use of Money."
The Young Women's Club will hold
a dinner meeting Tuesday at 8:15 p.m.
The monthly meeting of the Women's
Society will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m.
A New Year breakfast will be served.
Miss Emma L. Williamson will speak
on "The Challenge of 1932.”
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
84S<1 14th St. N W.. at Meridian Place.
Jas. H. Mr.Broom, Minister.
10:00a.m.—Bible study.
11:00 a.m.—“Jesus—A Boy of Twelve.”
7:30p.m.—“Jesus In Prophecy.”
“Where the Bible Speaks, We Speak;
Where the Bible is Silent,
_We Are Silent.’;_
CHRISTIAN
Nintlj £>tmt
flth & D Sts. N.E.
CLIFFORD II. JOPE. Minister.
9:30—Graded Bible School.
11:00—Sermon. "The Church—Its
Identity." (Second In
series on the church.)
6:45—Christian Endeavor So
cieties.
7:45—Sermon. “Jesus and the
Blind Man." (Appropriate
for the young people.)
The Junior Choir will sing at
this service.
Naltxmd QHlg
Thomas Circle.
H. H. HARMON. Acting Minister
EARL WILFLEY
Minister Emeritus
9:45 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—“Blessings of Wor
ship." Dr. H. H.
Harmon.
6:45 p.m.—Young People's Meet
ings.
8:00 p.m.—" Strange Things
About Jesus." Dr. H.
H. Harmon.
dnlmtrbta
Park Road. West of ltth St
Harvey Baker Smith, Pastor
Church School at 9:30 a.m.
Worship and Sermon, 11:00 a.m.
“The Ten Virgins."
Christian Endeavor at 7 p.m.
“Religion and Community Build
ing” Is the sermon at 8:00.
The Columbia Heights Buainess
Men's Association will be the
guests and the service under
the direction of the Men's BOble
Class.
it...if—ir— .'■!
, BAPTIST
Rev. H. W. O. Millington, Exec. Sec., 715 8th St. N.W.
11AM—“The Plotting Satan m
the Praying Christ.”
7:40 pm.. "Victory at Last.” S. S..
9:30: classes suited to all. B. Y. P. U..
6 30. “Training for Service.” The Berea
and Baraca Bible Classes begin attend
ance and new members’ contests, which
last till Easter. Annual business
meeting. Jan. 14 New Year motto:
"Forward Together.”
WEST WASHINGTON
Cor. Slit A N Sts. N.W
CHARLES B. AUSTIN. Pastor.
Worship. 11 and 8.
9:45. S. S : 7 00. B. Y. P. U.
Turkey Dinner. January 14.
O_ i._ The Friendliest Church
retworin in Washington
7th and Randolph Street*
REV. HENRY J. SMITH
11 a m.—Sermon and Baptisms. "Or
bits: God’s and Ours.”
8 p m —Second Coln-and-Song Serv
ice. "God of the Living.”
All men wanted to join Men's Class
Contest.
TFMPI F Tenth and N Sts. N.W.
lEaTirLL Thos. E. Boorde. Minister
Bible School; Geo. D. Sullivan,
Supt., 9:30 A.M.
Gospel Services:
“The Earth Reels as a Drunkard,”
10:00 A.M.
“Every Tongue Should Confess
Jesus Christ,” 8:00 P.M.
B. T. P. U. Program, Fred Braugh,
Pres., 7:00 P.M.
“The Gospel Only, And Only The
Gospel. Can Save America—
And The World.”
KENDA! I #th NEAR B s w
IVLllL'rtLL M p GERMAN. Minister
9:30 a.m.—S. S. B. Y. P. U.. 7 o.m.
1100 a m.—"The Unshaken World.'1
8 00 p.m.—"Thinklns Rlkht Thoughts.”
7:30 p.m. Thursday—Prayer Service.
WELCOME.
CHEVY CHASE
Western Avenue and Belt Road
EDWARD OLIVER CLARK. Minister
9 45 a m.—Graded Church School.
1100 a m.—“Spiritual Growth. '
8:00 p.m.— Rev. J. Turnbull Hpieknall.
BETHANY
HIGH T. RTKVENHON. Mlnlater
Preaching by pnktor. nI 11 am
“Moral FirmneNk.*' and M p m by
Chaplain Nyman of U M Navy.
Bible School, 0 10 am; Junior
Church, 11 nm
B. Y P fJ •», 7 oo n rn
Special music «' all eeivlcrn
Mrs. Amelia Grime*, guest oiuanlkt.
METROPOLITAN 1
Sixth and A Street* N.E.
JOHN COMPTON BALL. Pastor U
Morning Worship, 11 O'clock. I
Sermon Subject t
‘The Conquering Christ.” \
Rev. R. E. White. Guest Preacher I
Evening Worship. 7:45 O'Olock. i:
Sermon Subject |
“Believing and Living.” j
Rev. H W. O. Milllnrton, 1
Guest Preacher.
• The Church That Glows, Goes, and $
Grows Continually." $
SECOND\
4th St. and Virginia Av*. S.E. |
Rev. H. M. B. Jones, D. D.. Pastor t
11a.m.—"The Lasting Material.” |
8 p.m.—“A Remedy for All Evils.” |
Sunday School at 4th St. Auditorium I
and at branch, 17th & E. Cap. Sts. I
CENTENNIAL
7th & Eye N.E.
EH»» Sworn A Washington wom
. net jwera #n laughed aloud in
a street car!" 8 p.m. Easy chairs
(men like them); prayers for healing,
and those who offer secret prayers.
11 a.m. "Jesus' Sayings!"
<Hh & South Carolina Ave. S.E.
urace Pastor. F. W. Johnson.
9:30 a.m.—Bible School. Classes for ;
all
11:00—“Within and Without.”
6:45 p.m.—Young People
7:45—"A Glorious Church.
AN EVENING WITH THE CHOIR.
Church Prayer Meeting Thursday at 8.
ALL WELCOME!_ :
HIGHLANDS CHURCH 4
Fourteenth Street at Jefferson.
Newton Mercer Simmonds. Pastor. £.
9 30 a.m —Church school. t:
11:00 a.m.—“Blind Eyes and Burning g
Lamps.’* ;;;
8:00 p.m.—“Frozen Assets.’*
THE BIBLE SCHOOL
Of the Columbia Associa
tion of Baptist Churches.
715 8th St. N.W., Washington, D. C. g
Special training lor all kinds of g
Christian .service Second semester g
begins February 1, 1932. Registration g
evening. Monday. February 1. 6. 7:30 g
p m. Special lectures by Dr. R. W H
Weaver. Science and Religian.’ at g
First Baptist Church. February 2. 3 n
and B. 8 p.m. Persons may register g
at these lectures. Class work begins g
February 8. according to schedule, 22 j
Rational baptist jWemortal
16th & Columbia Road N.W. Gove G. John*on, D. D., Pastor
9:30 A.M.—Bible School, George S. Newcombe, Superintendent.
(Ortholrt nf ‘<!0 Pieces)
11.00 A.M.—"THE PROGRAM OK THE MASTER.”
8:00 P.M — OR. G. W. SADLER OF AFRICA.
School of Missions, Tuesday to Thursday Evenings, 7:15 to 9:15.
FTR*nT sixteenth and O Street* Northwest
I iCvO 1 nR SAMUEL JUDSON PORTER, Pastor j
11:00 A M.—”A Joyous Birth Into a World of Beauty.”
8 P.M.—"A Beautiful Woman's Power.”
(The Young People's Service.)
Sunday School. 9:30 A.M.—B. Y. P. U., 6:45 P.M.
Swedish Service*, 3:30 P.M., Rev. Dr. K. E. Carlaon Preaching._
8th & H Sts. N.W.
VJU mXvMV Rev- w. S. Abernethy, Minister
11 A.M.—“TOO YOUNG? DON’T SAY THAT’ !
8 P.M.—“WHAT HAPPENED AT MAT- I
THEW’S DINNER PARTY”
First In series on “After-Dinner Talks of the Master" *
Sunday School 9:30—Junior Church 11:00. |
Young People's Societies 6:45.
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MISSIONARY TO AFRICA
AT NATIONAL BAPTIST
Dr. O. W. Sadler Will Deliver
Address at National Baptist Me
morial Tomorrow Night.
"The Program of the Master” will be
the subject of the sermon cf Dr. Gove j
G. Johnson at the National Baptist
Memorial tomorrow at 11 a.m. Dr. G. j
W. Sadler of Africa will deliver an ad- j
dress at 8 p.m. He is a missionary to j
Africa under the Southern Board.
The School of Missions will be held
Tuesday to Thursday from 7:15 to 9:15
p.m. Special features will be presented
as follows: Tuesday, illustrated lecture
of foreign missionary activities, by Dr.
Johnson; Wednesday, address on “Mis
sionary Pioneers,” by Dr. Rufus W.
Weaver; Thursday, stewardship pag
eant by the young people.
The White Cross Committee will
meet at the church.
The Bible School Board will have a
dinner at the church at 6 o’clock Thurs
day, and there will be a brief meeting
of the Standing Committee at 9:20 p.m.
The Boy Scouts, Troop 43, will meet
Friday evening.
(gtyrtctian $rt?nrf_
Christian Science
CHURCHES OF CHRIST
SCIENTIST
Branches of The Mother Church, The
First Church of Christ Scientist,
Boston, Mass.
First Church of Christ Scientist
Columbia Road and Euclid 8t.
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
16th and Meridian N.W.
SUBJECT:
“SACRAMENT”
SERVICES—
Sunday. 11 A.M. and * P.M.
8unday School—11 A.M. _
WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETING—8
O’CLOCK.
READINQ ROOMS
FIRST CHURCH—730 17th St. N.W.
—Hours, 9 to 9 (except Wednes
days, 9 to 7, and Sundays ahd holi-1
days, 2:30 to 5:30).
SECOND CHURCH-111 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—Tivoli Bldg.,
3313 14th St.—9:30 to 9 week days
(except Wednesdays, 9:30 to 7:30),
Sundays & holidays, 2:30 to 5 p.m.
All are welcome to attend our church
services and use our reading rooms.
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“The Returning Dominion”
By Rev. H. L. Collier
The
| Tabernacle
N. Cap. * K SL.
11:00—"An
Apostle's Prayer.”
S.S. 8:30; Y.P. 6:30
Wed., 7:45—Pentecostal-Healing.
ALL WELCOME.
Washington
YOGODA
Society
Founded by Swam! Yogananda
BRAHMCHARI JOTIN, Leader
Sunday. January 10, 1032
“THE BLISS OF
SUFFERINGS”
THE CHAMPLAIN. APT. 61.
1424 K Street N.W.
ALL ARE WELCOME
Week dar el,mm Tuesday, at 2:10. T and
6 p.m.i Thursday, at ft.
Private Interview, by Appointment.
TO REGISTER: Phone Metropolitan OOBt.
lUelbrrhtHl ^rotefllanl^
Rhode Island Ave.
First and Rhode Island Ave. N.W.
Rev. R. Y. Nicholson, Minister
11 A.M.
“From God to Whom?”
8 P.M.
“The Idle Man”
9:40 A.M.—Sunday School.
7:00 P.M.—Christian Endeavor.
(Emtgrggattflnal_
Mt. Pleasant Church
Invites You to Hear
Rev. Russell J. Clinchy
Tomorrow at 11 a.m., on
“Christianizing the
Work of the World”
Adult Forum at 10 a.m.
“Unusual American
Places of Worship”
Columbia Bd. at 14th Phone Ad. 3471
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Tenth and G Streets N.W.
Allen A. Stockdale, D. D., Minister
Sunday School, 9:45 A.M. Christian Endeavor, 6:30 P.M.
11 A.M.—“WAGES NOBODY WANTS”
8 P.M.—“RACKETEERS FROM CAIN
TO CAPONE”
Reserve Supper Tickets. National 4317, for Church Night Sup
per, Thursday, 6 P.M. Midweek meeting at 6:45 led by Dr.
Stockdale. Subject: “Wise Men Worship—The Physician Speaks.”
EVERY ONE CORDIALLY INVITED
Ejnsrapal
WASHINGTON CATHEDRAL
Wisconsin Are. N.W. near Woodley Rd.
; HOLY COMMUNION. 7:30 A.M.
f MORNING PRAYER AND
" LITANY .10:00 A.M.
i HOLY COMMUNION AND
„ SERMON, PREACHER.
; THE RT. REV. CHARLES
3 FISKE, D. D„ BISHOP OF
CENTRAL NEW YORK . 11:00 A M.
d PEOPLES EVENSONG AND
. SERMON. PREACHER,
3 THE BISHOP OF WASH
i INGTON . 4:00 P.M.
Take Wisconsin Avenue Cara or
Woodley Road Bus Line.
! &aint Jflarfe’s
-1 Third and A Street* Southeast.
Rev. Hulbert A Woolfall. Rector.
7:30 a m.—Holy Communion.
i 9:30 am.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Ser
H » mon by Rt. Rev. Almon P.
j Abbott. Bishop of Lexing
ton. Kentucky.
! 6:45 p.m.—Young People's Meeting and
address by Bishop Abbott.
■i 8:00 p.m.—Closing Mission Service,
i Bishop Abbott.
" 11:00 a.m.—Thursday, Holy Communion.
ST. JOHN’S GEORGETOWN
3240 O Street N.W.
REV. F. BLAND TUCKER, RECTOR.
' -—
J FIRST SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY,
j 7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
J 11:00 a.m.—Confirmation and Sermon
by Bishop Freeman.
1 5:45 p.m.—Evening Prayer and Ser
i mon.
Thursday—10 a m.—Holy Communion.
iSI THOMAS’ M:
‘ Rev. C. Ernest Smith. D. C. L.. Rector.
Rev. Wm. S. Bishop, D. D„ Vicar.
I -
• SERVICES, 8 AND 11; S. S„ 9:30.
11—“The World’s Most Stupen
dous Event.” By Rector.
i -
' Thursday, 11 a.m.—Holy Eucharist.
Ample Parking Space
All Welcome.
| Epiphany
1317 G St. N.W.
REV. Z. B. PHILLIPS. D. D.. LL. D.
REV. ALVIN LAMAR WILLS. M. A.
8:00 a m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
i 11:00 a m.—90th An
mversary nume
coming Service
with Sermon by
the Rector.
6:15 p.m.—Young
Peoples So
ciety.
8:00 D.m. — Eve
ning Service.
L e c t u re-Ser
\ mon, “B u d
dhism — The
Transmifra
' tion of the
} S o u 1." The
f Rector.
\ h
THE NATIVITY A.
Church School. 9:15: Sr. Dept., 10:15 a m.
Youn* People's Fellowship. 7:30 p.m.
Confirmation Classes. Mon.. 3:30. 7:30.
The Resurrection. 7:30. 4. (S. 8.. 3:15.) I
ST. JOHN’S CHURCH
Lafayette Square
SERVICES:
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Ser- .
mon.
7:45 p.m.—Evensong.
8:10 p.m.—Lecture. “Amos—A Bitter !
Cry for Social Reform.” j
Dr. Johnston will preach, j
SERVICES FRANCAIS:
ST. JOHN’S CHUKCH,
Lafayette Square.
I
Tous les dimanches a 4 heures par
le Dr. Florian Vurpillot. pasteur. j
Christ Church
620 G St. S.E. Founded 1797 ;
Rev. EDWARD GABLER. S. T. D,. Rector, j
Sunday Services. 7:30 a.m., 11 a.m., 8 p.m. j
ST. MARGARET’S I
Conn. Avenue and Bancroft Place N.W. !
CLERGY: 't
REV. HERBERT SCOTT SMITH, D. D.
REV. ROBERT SHORES. S
REV. BERKELEY GRIFFITH.
7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion. Commu
nicants’ League. i
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Ser- 3
mon by the Rector. Theme.
“The Times—Their Chal
lenge to the Church.”
3:30 p.m.—Confirmation Instruction.
4 30 p in.—Monthly Musical Service a
under direction of Char- 7
lotte Klein. F. A. G. O. ^
Thursday—Holy Communion. 11:00 a m.
ALL WELCOME ALWAYS.
All Souls’ Memorial Church 3
Cathedral and Conn. Aves. N.W.
Rev. H. D. Sterrett. Rector.
9:45 a m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Ser- 3
mon. ^
7:00 p.m —Young People's Club.
___a
ASCENSION t
Massachusetts Avenue at Twelfth Street. &
The Rev. P. A. Parsons. Rector. ®
8und*y Services. 8 a m., 11 a.m. A 8 p.m. ^
ST. STEPHEN AND ;
THE INCARNATION *
16th and Newton Sts. N.W. *
- ?
Rev. George Fi.ske Dudley. D. D.. Rector.
Rev. George Boate. Assistant. *
WEEK OP JANUARY 10. 1932. $
HOLY COMMUNION . 7:30 A.M. *
CHURCH SCHOOL . 9 30 A.M. “
MORNING PRAYER .11:00 A M. *
EVENING PRAYER . 8:00 P.M. ^
TUESDAY. *
HEALING SERVICE.10:30 A.M. -
THURSDAY. !*
HOLY COMMUNION . 9:30 AM. £
-j-— |
St. Agnes’ Church fc
46 Que 8t. N.W. &
(Fla. Ave. or N. Capitol St. Car.)
Services Sunday. 7 and 11 a.m. and ^
8 p.m
Daily Mass, 7 am. Evensong and ^
Intercession Priday. 8 p.m. F
ST. JAMES’CHURCH *
Eighth Street Northeast bet. B A C fits. *
Rev. GEORGE W. ATKINSON. D. D., %
Rector.
7:30 a.m.—Low Mass. 05
10:30 a.m.—Matins. jL
11:00 a.m.—Sung Mass and Sermon.
7:30 D.m—8olemn Evensong and Bene- fc.
diction. if
Dally Mass: 7:00 A.M «.
Take 13th and D or Florida Avenue E
cars to 8th and C Streets Northeast. £

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