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HOLY NAME FEAST
Solemn Celebration in Capital
Takes Place Tomororw in
St. Matthew’s Church.
The feast of the Holy Name of Jesus
will be observed throughout the United
States tomorrow with solemn demon
strat. ms in practically every Catholic
Chur h. In Washington the solemn
celeb at ion of the feast will take place
Sunday evening at St. Matthew’s
Church at 8 o'clock.
Dr. George Johnson, associate pro
fessor of education at the Catholic
University of America and director of
department of education; National
Catholic Welfare Conference, will
preach the sermon. Solemn vespers
for the Feast of the Holy Name will be
rung by the Right Rev. Mgr. Edward
L Euckey. pastor of St. Matthew's
Church. He will be assisted by the
choir of men connected with the
church, under the direction of Malton
Boyce.
Right Rev. Mgr. Eugene J. Connelly,
spiritual director of the Washington
section of the Baltimore Archdiocesan
Union of Holy Name Societies, under
whose auspices the demonstration is
being held, will give solemn benedic
tion of the most Blessed Sacrament
and impart the Holy Name Pledge at
the close of the exercises.
Invitations to attend have bene ex
tended members of the Holy Name
Society in 55 local parishes, Knights
of Columbus, Ancient Order of Hiber
nians. Catholic Knights of America,
the Third Order of St. Dominic and
the St. Vincent de Paul Society. Non
Catholic men have also been invited
to attend. There will be no tickets
of admission and no reserved seats.
Rev. Edward H. Roach, assistant
pastor of St. Matthew's Church, is in
charge of parish arrangements. He Is
being assisted by Brig. Gen. Michael
J. Lenihan, president, and P. Frank
Hannan, vice president, of St. Matthew’s
Holy Name Society: Caesar L. Aiello,
president of the Washington section;
Francis Anthony McCann, executive
secretary of the Washington district
and all parish presidents of the city, j
The service is for men only.
DR. SNYDER RETURNS
TO PULPIT SUNDAY
“Shining Light'’ and "Heart Clean
ing" Subjects for Morning and
Evening Sermons.
Dr. Henry W. Snyder, pastor of St.
Paul's Lutheran Church, who has been
confined to his home by illness, will
return to the pulpit tomorrow, using
as his theme in the morning "Shining
Light" and at the 8 o'clock vesper
service "Heart Cleaning.” At the
Christian Endeavor meeting Mrs. C. E.
Wheeler will be the leader in the dis
cussion of the subject "Our Church's
Service for Christ.”
Henry W. Snyder, jr., will be in
charge of the Luther League meeting,
and will speak on 'The Foreign Mis- (
sion Work of American Lutherans." On
Monday evening the leaguers will hold
a Winter frolic at Sycamore Island.
Meeting at the church they will leave
at 8 o'clock by automobiles.
The Sewing Circle will meet Tues
day from 11 to 3 o'clock to sew for the
local missions, and the monthly meet
ings of both the Ladies' Aid and the
Men's Club will be held at the church
Wednesday night.
The Louie Dale Leeds Class will give
an entertainment Friday for the bene- ;
fit of the building fund, when “Sweet
hearts on Parade." a puppet show, and |
various other original features will be
presented.
VISITOR WILL SPEAK
Former Shanghai Teacher to Ad
dress Church School.
At Potomac Heights Community
Church Mrs. P.alph Conard. formerly of
the University of Shanghai and of the ,
University of Constantinople, will ad
dress the senior department of the
church school and be the guest teacher
of the Kanciall Bible class at 10 o'clock j
Sunday morning.
The pastor. Rev. L. Barrett Rice.dvill
preach on "The Resurrection and the
Life” at 11:15 o'clock.
The Christian Endeavor meeting at
*7 o'clock will be addressed by Mauro
Baradi of the Philippine legation on ,
"A New Page in Our Life." Mr. Baradi
will aho sing Filipino hymns, accom
panying himself on his guitar.
At the meeting of the adult Bible
class Tuesday Fred Thnng was elected
president.
BAPTISM IS TOPIC
Seventh StrePt Church of God Pas
tor Announces Theme.
At the Church of God. Seventh and
Underwood streets, the pastor will have
as his subject tomorrow for the
11 a.m. service “The Bible Mode of!
Baptism." The 7:30 p.m. service will
be followed by the dedication of the
new baptismal pool, at which time a
member will be baptised. Sunday
school is at 9 45 a.m. and young people's
service at 6:30 p.m.
Officers elected by the young people
were: Lillian Palmer, president: Olga
Hendrix, vice president: Ruth Petersen,
secretary, and Leona Smith, treasurer.
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TO BROADCAST SERMON
There will be the regular services at
the Church of the Epiphany tomorrow—
8 am. holy communion: 9:30 a.m., 1
church school: 11 a.m., morning prayer i
and sermon by the rector. Dr. Z. B. !
Phillips. This service will be broad- i
cast over station WOL.
At the evening service Dr. Phillips
will continue his lecture-sermon course
on "T.-e Development of the Doctrine
of God and Immortality" in all the
great religions of the world. The spe
cial subject tomorrow evening will be
“The Religious Philosophy of Con- !
fucius." _
_ I
Holy Name Feast
J
I)R. GEORGE JOHNSON.
Methodist Missions Official
Will Speak Tomorrow at
Morning Service.
Dr. J. W. Perry, general secretary of
the Home Department of the Board of
Missions of the Southern Methodist
Church, will preach at Francis Asbury
M. E. Church tomorrow morning. Dr.
J. J. Rives, the pastor, will preach at
night on ‘Being Saved.”
The Workers’ Council of the Sun
day school will meet Monday at 8
p.m. A teachers' training class, un
der ihe direction of Mrs. T. S. Settle,
has been organized.
The Woman’s Missionary. Society
Circles will meet as follows: No. 2,
with Mrs. Cranford, 1356 Oak street,
Monday at 2 p.m.; No. 3, with Miss
Bendall, 1635 Irving street, Monday at
2:30 p.m.; No. 4, with Mrs. Hopkins,
1205 Fern street. Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Until further notice the regular meet
ings of the Missionary Society will
be held on the third Monday of each
month.
The Gamma Sigma class of the Sun
day school will meet Tuesday evening
at the heme of Mrs. Elsie Mattingly.
1242 Quincy street. Mrs. Elizabeth
Carpenter and Mrs. Ruth Magruder
wiM be the associate hostesses.
The Board of Stewards will meet at
the church Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Dr. Rives will have charge of the
prayer meeting Thursday evening. The
informal study group will meet from
9 to 9:30. after prayer meeting, to
continue the discussion of the life and
time of George Washington.
“OLD SUPPORTS”
IS SERMON THEME
Dr. Allen A. Stockdale Will Preach
on Subject Tomorrow
Morning.
Dr. Allen A. Stockdale. minister of ,
First Congregational Chifrch. will i
preach tomorrow morning on “Old Sup- !
ports" and in the evening he will give j
a dramatic reading, “The Happy j
Prince.” Paul DeLong Gable will ac
company him at the organ.
The church night supper will be held
Thursday at 6 p.m. The midweek
meeting will be at 6:45 o'clock. Dr.
Stockdale will speak on “Can Modern
Life Be Lived Without Deception?”
Sunday school meets at 9:45 a.m.
Sunday.' The Senior Society of Chris
tian Endeavor will meet for tea at 6
p.m The ex-president's meeting will
follow at 6:30 o'clock. E. Donald Pres
ton will lead. The Young People's So
ciety of Christian Endeavor will meet
at 6:30 p.m. The high school group
will meet at 6:45 p.m.
The Young Women's Club will hold
their dinner meeting Tuesday at 6:15
p.m. Mrs. W. W. Chalmers will read
some original poems and give reminis
cences of life in Washington. Marion
Boston will sing and Betty Benson will
plav the piano. '
The adult department will hold a
business meeting Thursday at 8 p.m.
This meeting will be followed by the
monthly meeting of the Women's Bible
class.
“LOVE” WILL BE SUBJECT
Scientist Lesson-Sermon Is An
nounced for Tomorrow.
"Love” is the subject of the lesson
sermon in all the Churches of Christ
Scientist, tomorrow. The golden text
is from II Corinthians, xiii.ll—"Be
perfect, be cf good comfort, be of one
mind, live in peace: and the God of
Love and Peace shall be with you.”
Among the citations which comprise
the lesson-sermon is the following from
the Bible: "A new commandment I
give unto you, that ye love one another;
as I have loved you, that ye also love
one another, by this shall all men know ;
that ye are my disciples, if ye have j
love one to another.”—John, xiii.34, 35. j
The lesson-sermon also includes the
following passage from the Christian 1
Science text book, "Science and Health.
With Key to the Scriptures,” by Mary ,
Baker Eddy: "Love inspires, illumines, |
designates and leads the way” (page
454).
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I
Pastors Arrange Parley.
The Presbyterian ministers of Wash
ington City Presbytery, together wi'h
the chairmen of the Every Member
Canvass in the local Presbyterian
churches, will hold a dinner confer
ence at the Eckington Presbyterian
Church Sunday school house Monday ■
at 0 o'clock. Dr. Herman C. Webber
of New York City will conduct the
conference
tznannrltral fcuangeltral
The GREAT PROPHECY of the 70 WEEKS
“THE MIDNIGHT CRY” and "THE MARRIAGE SUPPER OF
THE LAMB”
Sir Isaa** Newton, rrcat mathematician, said he
would stake th« very existence ^Christendom on
the accuracy of the prophecy of Tilt <0 WfcfcKh.
A Lecture by B. G. WILKINSON, Ph. D.
Dean of Theology, Washington Missionary College.
Mt. Pleasant Hall
1813 Columbia Road N.W.
Across from the Ambassador Theater
7:15 p.m.—MEDICAL DEMONSTRATION. Cold Spong
ing In Reduce Fevers." Eapert from the
Washington Sanitarium.
7:30 p.m —Mt SICAL PROGRAM. By Prof. H. A. MIL
LER of the College.
Sunday, Jan. 31—FREE
Tuesday, Feb. 2—“The Rapture” L*cfu‘^)
7:75 p m., same speaker, same ha'I.
BISHOP FENIAN
10 SPEAK ON LENT
National Significance Will Be
Discussed at Cathedral
Ash Wednesday.
Bishop Janies E. Freeman will preach
on "The National Significance of Lent"
at the 11 O'clock service Ash Wednesday
morning, in the Bethlehem Chapel of
Washington Cathedral and his sermon
will be broadcast over the entire net
work of the Columbia Broadcasting Sys
tem from 11:30 a.m. to noon, marking
the third consecutive broadcasting of
the Cathedral s Ash Wednesday morn
ing service.
Other services at the Cathedral on
Ash Wednesday will i>e the celebration
of the holy communion at 7:30 a.m.,
morning prayer and litany at 10 a.m.
and the people’s evensong at 4 p.m.
A series of Lenten services has been
arranged at the Cathedral on Tuesdays,
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays in
special observance of the Lenten sea
son, it was announced today by Bishop
Freeman. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Fridays the addresses will be made by
members of the Cathedral clergy staff,
while at the Wednesday services clergy
men from the diocese of Washington
will speak.
Besides the Lenten sendees, the
fourth annual series of six week end
laymen's conferences will be held at ihe
College of Preachers, wrich will be at
tended by Episcopalian laymen from
Washington and other nearby cities, It
is expected. At each week end confer
ence, which will last from Friday after
noon to Sun da v evening, approximately
20 laymen will be in attendance, staying
at the college as its guests.
The leaders of the laymen's confer
ence will be Dr. William C. Sturgis,
lecturer at the College of Preacheis;
Spencer Miller jr„ of South Orange,
N. J., well known sociologist; Dr. R. K.
Yerkes, professor at the Philadelphia
Divinity School; Charles Townsend of
Providence. R I . and Rev. Dr. Leicester
Lewis, chaplain of hie Episcopal Aca
demy, Overbrook, Pa.
The subjects of the conference will
be: February 12-14. "Prayer and the
Lord's Prayer,” with Dr. Sturgis as
leader; February 19-21. "The Sermon
on the Mount and Modern Problems,”
Dr. Mller. February 26-28. "Worship
and the Praver Book.” Dr. Yerkes;
March 4-6. "The Church and Its Mem
bership.” Dr. Sturgis; March 11-13,
"Human Nature Old and New," Rev.
Mr. Townsend, and March 18-20,
"Creative Living," Dr, Lewis.
SERVICE ARRANGED
BY GOODWILL GROUP
Resolution Bearing on Arms Par
ley Will Be Presented
for Action.
In view of the approaching “World
Conference on Disarmament" at Ge
neva a special service of intercession
will be held tomorrow at 4 o'clock in
the New York Avenue Presbvterian
Church. This has been called by the
Committee on International pood Will
of the Washington Federation of
Churches. Its chairman. Dr. J. R. Sizoo,
will preside and the only address of the
occasion will be delivered by Bishop
William F. McDowell, president of the
federation.
Other clergymen who will participate
are: Dr. FYederick Brown Harris of
Foundry Methodist. Dr. W. S. Aber
nethy of Calvary Baptist, Dr. Allen A.
Stockdale of First Congregational, Dr.
Harvey Baker Smith of Columbia
Heights Disciples and Dr. Carl C. Ras
mussen of Luther Place Memorial. A,
suitable resolution bearing upon the
conference will be presented for action.
YOUNG PEOPLE TO HEAR
BIBLE TEACHER MONDAY
Montrose Association leader Will
Make Address at Wallace
Memorial Church.
R. M. Honeyman, Bible teacher and
religious leader of Montrose Bible Con
ference Association. Montrose. Pa., will
address young people of Washington on
“Love and the Study of the Bible” Mon
day at 8 p.nu at the Wallace Memorial
United Presbyterian Church under the
direction of the American Home Bible
Institute.
It is the purpose of the institute to
bring to Washington at various times
leading Bible teachers to make ad
dresses.
Glenn W. Wagner, evangelist and
Bible teacher of the institute, will be
gin a series of evangelistic meetings at
the Eldbrook M. E. Church tomorrow
and continue through February 14.
They will be held every night except
Saturday at 7:30 o'clock.
SERMONS SELECTED
The pastor of the Highlands Baptist
Church, Rev. N. M. Simmonds. will
speak on "The Abilities of God.” to
morrow morning and in the evening on
"Beloved Enemies.”
The annual dinner meeting of the
Workers' Council will be held at the
chapel on Tuesday. The members of
the class taught by Miss Thompson
have been invited to meet with the
workers of the school. The address
will be given by Mrs. W. S. Abernethy.
On Wedensday evening the Golden
Rule Class will hold its monthly meet
ing.
PREACHING THE CROSS IN THE
HEART OF THE NATION’S
CAPITAL
BIBLE HALL
Pentecostal
(Assembly of God
Cor. Oth * fi Sts. S W.
Revival Continues
Conducted By
Evangelist
Pete l!erna
Salesltey
of Westernport. Md.
8un . 11 a m. and 7:50 p m. Every niRht ;
except Sat.. 7:45 p.m. Broadcast. Tues..
Thurr. and Sat.. 11:10 a m. All welcome.
f0ctlinrU3t Cptarnpal
SOUTH.
LUTHER LEAGUE
The quarterly meeting of the District
Luther League Executive Committee will
ttt held at the home of Fred Schickler
Flfcruary 6 at 8 p.m.
Itosemary Entler is leading Zion's
Juniors this afternoon in their discus
sion of “Open Windows.” Miss A.
BrJbara Wiegand, missionary secretary
o< the Maryland Synodical Luther
League, will conduct the Senior topic
on the “Foreign Mission Work of Amer
ican Lutherans” tomorrow evening.
Henry W. Snyder, jr., will lead St.
Paul's League tomorrow evening in a
discussion of the topic “Foreign Mis
sion Work of American Lutherans.”
Incarnation’s League will discuss the
same topic tomorrow evening at 7 and
will be led by Miss Violet Summers and
Miss Florence Foust.
St. Mark’s League topic, “What Jesus
Teaches About Faithfulness," will be
presented by Jerome K. Lyle on Wed
nesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Mount Vernon Place Pastor
Will Preach at Epworth
M. E. Church.
Dr, John C. Copenhaver, pastor of
Epworth Methodist Epispocal Church
South, announces that Dr. W. A. Shel
ton, pastor of Mount Vernon Place M.
E. Church South, will preach in his
place tomorrow morning. This is one
of the exchanges brought about by rea
son of the meetings on missions in
Washington next week, to which many
out-of-town minWfers are coming, and
will occupy pulpits of the city tomor
row'. "Why Religion” will be the ser
mon topic of Dr. Copenhaver for his
sermon tomorrow night, at 8 o'clock.
Sunday School is at 9:30 a m., Hi
League at 6:30 p.m. and Epworth
League at 7 p m , with Miss Mate Clem
as leader. After the regular preaching
Sunday evening a social period will be
held, during which time it is intended
that recently joined members will be
entertained by the older members of
the church.
The church Is entering Into the pe
riod of special kingdom culture, held
annually by the church at large, during
which tune the study of the book
"Methodism and World Need." is made.
Special interest is given to the matter
of church extension, hospitals, mis
sions and Christian education.
Next week members of the church
will attend the week of inspiration on
missions services to be held in Mount
Vernon Place Church The meeting-:
will begin at 3 p.m. Sunday and con
tinue each night at 8 o'clock until
Friday. Owing to these meetings there
will be no prayer meeting Thursday
evening.
MINISTER TO DISCUSS
“THE CROSS OF CHRIST”
Sermon topics for Wisconsin Avenue
Baptist Church tomorrow bv Rev. C. R. j
Ferguson are at. 11 a.m. '•The Quench- I
ing of the Holy Spirit," and 8 p m. ’
"The Cross of Christ.”
The officers of the church and kin
dred organizations will meet Dr. F
Agar of the Northern Baptist Conven
tion at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow at the
Raleigh Hotel for a stewardshin clinic.
Bible school, 9:30 a.m : B Y. P. U ,
7 p.m.: midweek services Wednesday.
7 p.m , Executive Committee meeting,
8 p.m.
The Bible study class meets each
Friday at 8 pm. The class this year
is making a study of the Bible doc
trines.
WOMEN WILL MEET
Missionary Society Will Hold An
nual Luncheon.

The Women's Missionary Society of
the Metropolitan Presbyterian Church
a ill hold their annual luncheon at the
church Wednesday for all their members
and friends. A preliminary meeting
will be held at 11 a.m. for annual re
ports and election of officers. After
the luncheon at 12:30 p.m.. a play will
be given. The title of the play is "Two
Masters” Mrs. C. H. Prentice, Mrs.
P. F. Snyder. Mrs. John G. Thompson.
Mrs. J. M. Skelley. Mrs. L. W. Kiefer,
Mrs. Freelev Rolirer and Mrs. A. M.
Wertz are in the cast.
The pastor's subjects for Sunday
services are. "Peaee and Happiness,”
and "The Secret of Christ."
Hmurrsalist
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Universalist National
Memorial Church
Cor. 16th & S Sts. N.W .
Rev. Frederic W. Perkin», D.D.
10:15—Church School.
11:00—Service of Wor
ship.
“What Do You
Live By?”
National Capital Choir—Under
Direction of Albert \Y. Harned,
Mus. Doc.
_SOUTH._
• EPWORTH
13th Street and North Carolina Avenue N.E.
John C. Copenhaver, D.D., Pastor
11 a.m.—Sermon by Dr. W. A. SHELTONt
Pastor of Mt. Vernon Place Church.
.8 p.m.—Sermon by Dr. Copenhaver.
“WHY RELIGION?”
Sunday School. Enworth Leattue.
All Welcome to All Services._
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MOUNT VERNON PLACE
Southern Methodism's Representative Church
Massachusetts Avenue at Ninth Street Northwest
W. A. SHELTON. D. D.. Pastor. REV- H- R- REAL, Asst. Pastor.
Sunday School, 9:30 A.M. Young People’. Service., 7:00 P.M.
11 A.M.—Dr. Fletcher S. Brockman
8 P.M.—Mrs. W. G. Cram
Special Music by Large Vested Choir
Under Direction of R. Deane Shure
Visitors Cordially Invited .
THIRD OF SERMON
SERIES ANNOUNCED
“Old Paths and New Day” Is
Subject of Pastor at
Calvary Baptist.
Rev. W. S. Abemethy, pastor of
Calvary Baptist Church, will preach
tomorrow morning on "Old Paths and
the New Day,” the third sermon in the
series on Jeremiah's message to the
men of today. At 8 o’clock he will
give the fourth in the series on "The
Master’s Dinner Talks,” the subject
being "When Mary Bathed His Feet.”
The junior church will meet at 11
o'clock.
The Burrall class will have as Its
guest teacher tomorrow morning Mrs.
A. L. Reeves of Kansas City, Mo. The
class business meeting will be held
Wednesday evening.
The Wilbur class will meet Tuesday
evening at the home of the Misses
Mary Coleman and Ruth Hubbell.
3827 T street. "The Influence of
George Washington in the National
Capital” will be discussed by Mrs. Agnes
Newman of the Haskins Bureau. Mrs.
Arthur H. Greenwood will give a
reading of Mary Shipman Andrews.
The Lucia Greene • Circle will meet
Wednesday at 2:30 with Mrs. H. DeC.
Adams, 3931 Legation street.
Dr. P. H. J. Lerrigo of the Ameri
can Baptist Foreign Mission Society,
will be the guest speaker at the first
session of the "Missionary Field Re
view,” Thursday, at 7 o’clock, in Shal
lenberger Hall. The meeting will be
preceded by a cafeteria supper at 5:45
o'clock, for those who make reserva
tions in advance at the church of
fice.
Clyde J Crouch has been elected
superintendent of the Sunday school.
Dr. Charles R. Ely, vice president of
Gallaudet College, will occupy the pul
pit of the Deaf Church tomorrow eve
ning at 8 o'clock in the absence of
Rev. A. D. Bryant, who is in Rich
mond
The Kinnear class will hold a busi
ness meeting in the church parlor
Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Myrtle C. Fretwell will conduct
the Christian Endeavor Society Tues
day and Miss Susie Moore Sunday
evening.
INDIA STUDENT TO TALK
TO EPWORTH LEAGUE
“Grapes of Eschol—and of Geneva"
Sermon Subject at Union
M. E. Church.
"The Grapes of Eschol-—and ot
Geneva" wilt be the subject of the
sermon of Rev. Herman McKay to
morrow morning in Union Methodist
Episcopal Church.
S. Singh of India, a student at George
Washington University, will speak on
“Nationalism in India" at the Epworth.
League service at 6:45 o'clock. This
will conclude the study of missions in
India, which the league has been cov
ering during January,
The sermon of the pastor at 8 o'clock
“Training the World's Childhood and
Youth," will be illustrated with stereop
ticon slides. There will also be pic
tured the hymn. “The Lord Our God
Alone Is Strong."
The official board will meet in the
parsonage Monday night. On Tuesday
evening the Young Woman's Foreign
Missionary Society will meet in the
church school room of the "I Will
Class.”
Some books of the Old Testament
will be studied at* the devotional meet
ing at 8 o'clock Thursday.
ffltlirr §*miirrn
Society of Washington, D. C.
1326 Eye Street Northwest
Phone Metropolitan 1889
DEAN FRANKLIN. LEADER
Mrs. MARGARET ANN FE1.DT,
„ Guest Speaker.
Sundays:
Bible, School . 9 45 a m
Morning Service .11:00 a m.
X P, S ¥.. 5:30 p m.
Good Words Club. fi 43 p in
Evening Service . 8 00 pm
Mondays:
Lessons in Truth". 8:00 pm
Wednesdays:
Healing Service . 8 no p m
F. V. Ingraham. I'nitv field lecturer and
author of "The Silence." w ill be ith us soon.
For other activities ard .‘Dedal topics
sec Unity Calendar
Rooms open every day from 10 a m.
Metaphysical literature on sale
_ALLJVELCOME
HALL MISSION
522 6th St. N.W.
For the Promotion of
Scriptural Holiness.
Services every Sunday at 2:30 pm.
ALL WELCOME.
Christian Endeavor
The Christian Endeavor Union of the
District of Columbia announces a con
vention February 18, 19, and 20 at 7:30
o’clock in the National City Christian
Church. Howard W. Ferrln, president
of the Providence Bible Institute, will
be the speaker during the three days.
On February 19 and 20, from 5:15
o’clock and leading up until the open
ing of the mass meetings at 7:30 o’clock,
classes will be held by leading ministers
and religious leaders of Washington,
and a wide range of subjects will be
presented to the public. These classes
will be given at the Vermont Avenue
Christian Church and the annexes ad
joining. Mr. Ferrin will present a class
in ’’Romans.” A convention supper will
be given from 6 to 6:30 at the Vermont
Avenue Church. This will take place
between the class periods on Friday and
Saturday.
A pre-convention devotional service
will be held February 8 at the Ecking
ton Presbyterian Church at 8 o’clock.
This service will be led in devotions by
Dr. C. E. Hawthorne, pastor of the
Wallace Memorial United Presbyterian
Church. The teachers during the con
vention will also be present to address
the Endeavorers.
The annual intermediate banquet will
be held next Friday at Wallace Me
morial United Presbyterian Church.
Dr. William S. Abernethy, pastor of
Calvary Baptist Church, will be the
speaker. The program will be of patri
otic nature in keeping with the ap
proaching Bicentennial Celebration.
The Junior-Intermediate Union
meeting will be held the afternoon of
February 7 at Gunton Temple Me
morial Presbyterian Church.
Mauro Baradi. missionary superin
tendent of the Senior Union, will speak
at the evening church service of the
Potomac Heights Community Church
tomorrow on "Service.”
D. R. Potter is directing the play
"His Best Investment” for the Christian
Endeavor Players. It will be presented
March 9 at Pierce H?ll.
The Senior and Intermediate So
cieties of United Brethren Church are
holding a tea before their C. E. meet
ings tomorrow at 6 o'clock. Dr.
Doughtery is leading the senior meet
ing. This society held a devotional
meeting at the Central Union Mission
on Monday night.
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DAILY SERVICES LISTED
Rev. J. w aerrv oi wniteviue, in. ^
will hold evangelistic services, begin
ning January 31, at 7 45 p.m. each
evening at the Pentecostal Holiness
Church. D near Eleventh street north
east. He has conducted evangelistic
services in various places in North
Carolina.
Rev. T L. Aaron, pastor of the
church, will preside.
llnitffc tBrctliren
Memorial United Brethren
North Capitol and R Streets.
Rer. Simpson B Daugherty. D. D.,
Minister. Preaches.
11:00 A.M.—“A Radiant Cer
tainty”
8 00 P.M.—“Staying Young,
Though Growing Old”
t)I ESTION PERIOD.
Sunday School. 9 40 C E. Societies, 7.
C E Tea at 6 P.M.
Vested Quartet Choir.
Mr. Harry G. Kimball. Organist and
Director
Comp and You Will Come Again.
(Christian £>rt?nrr
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 St.
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
15th and Meridian N.W.
SUBJECT
“LOVE”
SERVICES—
Sunda-. 11 A M and 8 P.M.
Sundav School—11 A M
WFDNESDAY EVENING MEETING-8
O CLOCK
READING ROOMS
FIRST CHURCH—730 17th St. N.W
—Hours, 9 to 9 (except Wednes
days, 9 to 7, and Sundays and holi
davs. 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..
.3513 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.
iltaiuutuit tptsrnpal
William Fraser McDowell, Resident Bishop
Benjamin W. Meeks, District Superintendent
Calbarp
Columbia Rnad Near Fifteenth
Mark Depp, Minister
At Eleven O'clock
DR. JOHN REID SHANNON.
At Eight O'clock
“DANGEROUS UNBELIEF.”
The Minister Preaches
9:40 a.m.—The Church School.
7:00 p.m.—Y. P.’s Meeting.
“Church Nicht"—Thursday, to 9.
Metropolitan Memorial
(The National Methodist Church)
Mass. Ave. and Nebraska Avc N.W.
(Mount Vernon Seminary Chapel)
James Shera Montgomery, D.D.
Minister
9:30—Church School. Hurst Hall,
American University.
11:00—Public worship. Mount
Vernon Chapel; sermon
by Dr. Montgomery; sub
ject:
“A VOICE.”
MINISTRY OF MUSIC:
Mrs. Sehoenthai, Soloist.
Mrs. Montgomery, Organist.
ELDBROOKE
Wisconsin Ave. at River Road N.W.
WALTER M. MICHAEL. Minister
1100 a.m.—Sermon: Dr. A. J. Jackson.
8 00 n.m.—Revival Meeting. Glenn
W. Wagner, Evangelist.
The Church With the Lighted Cross.
TRINITY
Penna. Are. and Fifth St. S.E.
DAN L. ENNIS. D. D.. Minister
11:00 a.m.—Rev. J. R. Edwards,
D. D of New York.
8:00 p.m.—“Will He Find Faith
On the Earth?”
Music by the Quartet.
Chorus Choir.
FOUNDRY
Sixteenth St. Near P St.
Frederick Brown Harris, D.D.
Minister.
9:30—Church School.
11:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.—
Sermons by the minister.
6:45—Epworth League.
Chorus Choir, under direction of
Justin Lawrie, at each service.
HAMLINE
Sixteenth at Allison Street
Rev. H. W. BURGAN. D. D.. Minister
11 00 a.m.—“Children of God.”
7:4 i p.m.- “Juda:-.”
WESLEY
Connecticut A re. end Jocelyn St.
CHEVY CHASE. D C.
J. Phelps Hand, D. D„ Minister
9:45 a m.—Church School.
11a.m.—“A Miraculous Escape.”
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.-Young People's
Fellowship Hour.
BRIGHTWOOD PARK
Eighth St. at Jefferson N.W.
S. CARROLL COALE. Minister.
9:45 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Service.
7:00 p.m.—Eoworth League.
8:00 p.m.—Evening Service.
McKendree
921 Massachusetts Ave. N.W.
WILLIAM P1ERPOINT, Pastor.
11:00 A M.
“Christ, Our Advocate.”
8:00 P.M.—
“Danger of Being Deceived.”
WAUGH
3rd and A Sts. N.E.
REV. ALLAN F. POORE, Minister
9:30 a m—Sunday School.
11.00 a.m.—Sermon: “Divine Knowl
^dae”—“Divine Love.”
7:00 p.m.—Epworth Leatrue.
8:00 p.m.—Sermon- “An ITneaeapa
ble Fact."
EPISCOPAL WOMEN
TO MEET TUESDAY
Monthly Diocese Auxiliary Ses
sions to Be at St. Mark's
Church.
t
The monthly meeting of the Woman’s
Auxiliary of the Protestant Episcopal
Diocese of Washington will be held at
St. Mark’s Church, Third and A streets
southeast next Tuesday.
Rev. Hulbert A. Woolfall, rector of
the church, will celebrate holy com
munion and preach at 10 a.m. Follow
ing the service the meeting will gather
in nine groups for the annual confer
ences of officers. During the luncheon
hour Capt. George F. Wiese of the
Church Army in the United States will
speak on the missionary work sponsored
by that organization. Capt. Wiese, who
has conducted interesting and valuable
work among men in Western lumber
camps, is now in charge of an experi
mental farm at Grace House-on-the
Mountain, St. Paul, Va., where methods
suitable for their land are demonstrated
to the mountaineers.
At the business session, beginning at
2 o’clock, plans for co-operation with
the Interparochial Committee for Un
employment Relief, recently called to
gether by Right Rev. James E. Free
man, Bishop of Washington, will be
discussed. Speakers in the afternoon
will include Miss Sallie Deane of Rich
mond, Va., member of the national
board of the auxiliary, and Mrs. Grafton
Burke, who will tell of the work of the
Hudson Stuck Memorial Hospital, at
Fort Yukon, Alaska.
Wajshingtcr.
YOGODA
Society
Founded by Swaml Yoaananda
BRAHMCHARI JOTIX, Leader
Sunday. January 31. 1932
“GOD’S PEACE BE
WITH US’’
THE CHAMPLAIN. APT. 51.
1124 K Street N.W.
ALL ARE WELCOME
Week day classes Tuesdays at 2:30. 7 and
j X p.m ; Thursdays at 8.
i Private Interviews by Appointment.
TO REGISTER: Phone Metropolitan OOOT.
(CflmjrPitatimial
Unhirraal Denign
The Fellowship of the
Universal Design of Life
WASHINGTON BRANCH 1.
SERVICES, II A.M.
! EMBASSY BLDG., 2040 S ST. N W.
SUBJECT:
“Thy Will Be Done”
LIBRARY'
601 DIST. NAT'L BANK BLDG.
Hrfurmeh
REFORMED
riDCT Corner I8th A Monroe Sts
ilAJl Dr. James D. Buhrer, Minister.
11 a.m.—Morning Worship.
8 p m — Evening Worship
C:45a.m.—S. S. 7 pm.—C. E.
rDATP 15th and O N.W.
UUnvE Henry H. Ranck. D. D-. Pastor.
11:00—Sermon by ?4r George Treas.
9 40—Sunday School
7 p m.-Y _P _S_C. E._
Etfangrliatir Center
Popular Evangelistic Service, 7:30
Sermon: “Three Young Men”
Special Music—Come Early for Seat
The
Tabernacle
N. Capitol A K Sts.
Rev. Harry L. Collier
S 3 .9 30: Y. P . 8 30.
11:00—“Qualifications
for Heaven.”
Prayer—Tuesday. 1 fX). and Friday. 7:45.
Radio Service —WJSV. Wed . 10:50 a m.
Pentecostal—Wednesday. 7:45 pm.
“Where Revival Never Stops."
Everybody Welcome.
(Cmujrraattonal
“WillTchurches
UNITE?
REV. RUSSELL J. CLINCH!’
will give
“AN ANSWER OF
LIBERAL RELIGION
TO THE POPE”
At Mount Pleasant Church
Tomorrow at 11:00
Church School at 9:30
Adult Forum at 10:00
Columbia Rd. at 14th. Phone Ad. 3472
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Tenth and G Streets N.W.
Allen A. Stockdaie, D. D,, Minister
Sunday School, 9:45 A.M. Christian Endeavor, 6:30 P.M.
11 A.M.—“OLD SUPPORTS.”
8 P.M.—Dramatic Reading with Organ
Accompaniment, “The Happy Prince.”
Dr. Stockdaie and Paul D. Gable
Reserve supper tickets, National 4317, for Church Night Sup
per, Thursday, f> p.m. Midweek meeting at 6:4? pm. led by Dr.
Stockdaie. Subject: ‘‘Can Modern Life Be Lived Without Decep
tion?”
EVERY ONE CORDIALLY INVITED
) Ejnsrupal
WASHINGTON CATHEDRAL
Wisconsin Ave. N.W. near Woodley Rd.
HOLY COMMUNION .. 7:30 AM.
MORNING PRAYER AND
LITANY .10:00 A.M.
HOLY COMMUNION AND -
SERMON. PREACHER.
CANON DE VRIES.11:00 A.M.
PEOPLES EVENSONG AND
SERMON. PREACHER.
CANON STOKES.4:00 PM.
Take Wisconsin Avenue Cars or
Woodley Road Bus Line.
£l>aint Jtlarfe’s
Third and A Streeets Southeast.
Rev. Hulbert A. Woolfall. Rector.
s. 7 30 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9 30 a.m.—Church School
' 11:00 a m.—Morning Prayer and Ser
mon by the Rector. "The
Challenge of Infirmities."
s 6 45 p m.—Young -People's Meeting.
8:00 p.m.—Evening Praver and Ser
mon by the Rector. "Slay
ing Life’s Enemies."
11:00 a m.—Thursday. Holy Commun
ion
~ST. JOHN’S GEORGETOWN
8240 O Street N.W.
i REV. F. BLAND TUCKER. RECTOR.
s
-6 -
SEXAGESIMA.
K 7 30 a m.—Holy Communion.
\ 9:30 a m.—Church School.
*> 11 00 a m.—Morning Prayer and Ser
. mon . „
5:45 P.m —Evening Prayer and Ser
t» mon.
a Tuesday (Presentation of Christ In the
Temple > — 10 a m. — Holy
* Communion
Thursday—10 a m.—Holy Communion.
fST. THOMAS’
■ Rev. C. Ernest Smith. D. C. L.. Rector.
4 Rev. Wm. S. Bishop. D. D.. Vicar.
5 '—
SERVICES 8, 11 AND 4.
£ S. S„ 9:30.
i 11 A.M.
“ASaying Hard to Understand
\ 4 P.M.
“How We Join the Church”
' Rector preachea at both tervice*
'i Tuesday (Purification cf B. V. M.)
3 11 a m —Holy Eucharist
8 Thursday, 11 a.m.—Holy Eucharist.
| Ample Parking Space. All Welcome.
I St. Agnes’ Church
§ 46 Quo St. N.W.
(Fla. Ave. or N. Capitol St. Car.)
't Services Sunday. 7 and 11 a m. and
3 Daily nMass. 7 a m. Evensong and
« Intercession Friday. 8 p.m._
ROCK CREEK PARISH
REV. F. J. BOHANAN. D. D.
ST. PAUL’S CHURCH
it Rock Creek Church Rd. and W’ebster St.
The Country Church In the City,
ie 8:30. 9:30. 11 a.m.; 7:00 . 8:00 P.m.
■ HOLY COMFORTER CHAPEL
Georgia Ave. and Madison St.
w 1:80. 9 30. 11 a m 7:30 P.m._
EPIPHANY CHAPEL
3 12th & C S.W.
Rev. Francis Yarnall. Vicar.
| SUNDAY. JANUARY 31. 1932.
i> 11 00 a m.—Sermon Subject. ‘‘W hat la
a Your Reward?”
” 8:00P m -^.H‘owI'Do PrV* Ge?rfift
jj ST. JAMES’ CHURCH
Eighth 8treet Northeast bet. B A C 8ta.
ft Rev GEORGE W. ATKINSON, D. D„
8 Rector.
St --
8 7:30 a.m.—Low Mass.
X 10:30 a.m.—Matins _
St 11:00 a.m —Sung Mass and Sermon.
ip Dally Mass: 7:00 A.M,
| to38th^nd DC Cgtg
I THE NATIVITY
K Church School. 9:15: Service. 10.
jft Confirmation Classes, Mon., 3:30;
K Tues., 7:30.
K The Resurrection. 7:30: 4: (S.8. 3:15).
lit Thursday. Parish Aid Dinner. 5-7.
g. Tuesday—Day ol Devotion for all.
ST. JOHN’S CHURCH
Lafayette Square
SERVICES:
8 00 a m.—Holy Communion.
11 OO a m.—Morning Prayer and Ser
mon.
7 45 p.m.—Evensong.
8 10 p m.—Lecture. ’The Church's Ob
ligation to Societv."
Dr. Johnston will preach.
SERVICES FRANCAIS
ST. JOHN’S CHURCH,
Lafayette Square.
Tous les dimanches a 4 heures par
le Dr Florian Vurpillot. pasteur.
1317 G St. N.W.
REV. 7. B PHILLIPS. I). IV. LL. D
REV. ALVIN LAMAR WILLS. M. A.
8:00 a m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
11.00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Ser
mon by the Rector.
6 30 pm—Your.r People's Society
8 00 p.m.—Evening Service. Lecture
Sermon. “The Religious
Philosophy of Confucius,”
the Rector.
Christ Church
620 (i St. S.F. Founded 1797
Rev. EDWARD (.ABLER. S. T. D., Rector.
Sunday Services, 7:30 a.m., 11 a.m., 8 p.m.
ST. MARGARET’S
Conn. Avenue and Bancroft Place N.W.
CLERGY:
REV. HERBERT SCOTT SMITH. D. D.
REV ROBERT SHORES.
REV. BERKELEY GRIFFITH.
7:30 a m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer with Ser
mon by the Rector.
3 30 p m.—Confirmation Instruction.
4.15 p.m.—Organ music by Charlotta
Klein. F. A. G. O.
4.30 p.m.—Evensong with Sermon by
the Rev. Robert Shores.
Thursday—Holy Communion. 11 00 a.m.
ALL WELCOME ALWAYS.
All Souls’ Memorial Church
Cathedral and Conn. Avea. N.W.
Rev. H. H D. Sterrett. Rector.
8 00 a m.—Holy Communion,
y 45 a m —Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Ser
mon.
7:00 p.m.—Young People's Club.
ST. STEPHEN AND
THE INCARNATION
16th and Newton Sts. N.W.
Rev. Georre Fiske Dudley. D. D.. Rector.
Rev. Georae Boate. Assistant.
WEEK OP JANUARY 31st. 1932.
HOLY COMMUNION . 7 30 AM.
CHURCH SCHOOL . 9 30 A M.
MORNING PRAYER .11:00 A.M.
EVENING PRAYER . . . G :90 P.M.
HOLY COMMUNION TUES
DAY—FEAST OF THE
PURIFICATION . 9:30 A.M.
HEALING SERVICE—TUES
DAY ...10:30 A M.
HOLY COMMUKIO N—
THURSDAY . 9:30 A.M.
ST. ANDREW’S
The Rev. A. .1. Wilder. S.T.B.. Rector
8:00 a m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and
Sermon.
The rector will preach on “The
Joy That Cannot Be Lost.”
“ascension
Massachusetts Avenue at Twelfth Stre«t.
The Rev. P. A Parsons. Rector.
Sunday Services. 8 a m.. 11 a m. & 8 D.m.
The Washington Guild
Annual Partv—Social Evening.
St. John s Hall. 10 O St. N.W.
Thursday. Feb. 4th. ft P.M.
The Clergy. Acolytes and Lay-reader*.
ALL CORDIALLY INVITED.

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