Mount Pleasant Adult Or
ganization to Hear
C. E. Brough.
With Charles E. Brough, former
Governor of Arkansas, as the speaker,
the Adult Forum of Mount Pleasant
Congregational Church will begin its
sixth Fall and Winter program at 10
o'clock tomorrow. He will speak on
•'Christ in a Changing World.”
For the remaining Sundays in
October the Forum has announced
the following speakers and subjects:
October 14. Dr. Delos A. Kinsman.
American University. ''Present Day
Tvpes of Political Philosophy": Octo
ber 21. Dr. R. A. Pearson, president
University of Maryland, 'Problems
Faced by the Youth of 1934"; October
28 E E. Carter, associate forester,
Federal Forest Service, ”C. C. C.
Work from the Standpoint of a For
Three of the young people's groups
have arranged their programs for to
morrow evening, to include discussions
of current questions. In the forum
the subject is What Do Wc Want to
Srp in Moving Pictures?” Y. Y.
Chang of the Chinese division. Library
of Congress, will address the discus
sion group on "Youth in China."
For the next three months the Sun
day Evening Club will have a series
of round-table discussions on "The
Growth of Character.” For the next
four Sundays these specific problems
will be considered: "What Place Has
Religion in Character Building".
• How Can Community Standards Be
Raised?" "The Development of Per
sonality in a Machine Age" and "What
Is the Part of Radio in Character
At the morning service tomorrow
Rev. Russell J. Clinchy will speak on
•'Remember Jesus Christ.”
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SERMONS TO BEGIN
Kcv. J. Frederic Wenchel to
Pleach Tomorrow Morning
on Book of Proverbs.
Rev. J. Frederic Wenchel. pastor of
Christ Lutheran Church, will preach
the first of a series of monthly ser
mons on the book of Proverbs. To
morrow morning he will speak on "He
That Walketh With the Wise Men
Shall Be Wise. But the Companion
of Fools Shall Be Destroyed." There
will be a commemoration of the
sacrament of the altar, with a prepara
tory service at 10:30 o'clock. The
subject of his talk to his study group
will be "The Ten Commandments—
Are They God-given or Man-made?"
Rev. and Mrs Wenchel will hold a
social for the young people of the
church and their friends in their resi
dence. 2934 Upton street, Thursday.
Next Sunday morning there will be
e commemoration of the third anni
versary of the dedication of the new
church edifice. The sermon will be
delivered by Rev. E. K. Behrens,
pastor of old St. John's Lutheran
Church of Philadelphia.
The Ladies' Mission Circle elected
the following officers: Mrs. William
Scott, president: Mrs. Voneiff, vice
president: Mrs. W. J. Graham, sec
retary. Mrs. P. Heitmueller, treasurer.
BIBLE SERMON TOPIC
Dr. Smith to Preach at Metro
politan Memorial Church.
‘'The Unfettered Bible" will be the
theme of Dr. Chesteen Smith at Met
ropolitan Memorial Church tomorrow
at 11 o'clock.
Rally day will be observed in the
church school at 9:30 o'clock. The
principal address will be delivered by
Dr A. C Christie.
Dr. Arthur Jackson, who has re
cently returned from the land of
Palestine, will give some observations
of the Holy Land at 7 p.m.
The women's organizations will meet
Tuesday at 10:30 o'clock. Ladies'
Association devotions will be led by
Mrs. Inez Hopkins. The subject for
the program wall be “The Movie
Problem." Mrs. W. T. Bannerman,
executive chairman. National Con
gress of Paraent-Teacher Associa
tion. will be the speaker.
PLAN MISSION MEETING
Meihodist Women to Gather Here
Plans are nearing completion for
the general executive annual meeting
of the Woman's Foreign Missionary
Society of the Methodist Episcopal
Church October 17 to 21. Headquar
ters for the meeting will be at the
Roosevelt Hotel, while the sessions will
be at the Foundry Methodist Church
Among the approximately 1.000 wom
en expected to attend the meeting will
he 75 missionaries representing edu
cational, medical and evangelical work
In 19 foreign countries.
National secretary of the society is
Mrs. Harry E. Woolever of Washing
ton, and secretary of the young peo
ple's work is Mrs. John C. Shover,
also of Washington. The local com
mittee is headed by Mrs. Lucius C.
Brahmachari Jotin of India
Sunday, Oct. 7, 1934, 8 P M.
THE POWER OF SOUL’
1758 Columbia Road N.W.
ALL ARE WELCOME.
16’anrf Harvard t*
L'lynn G B tirrce
SMS A M.—Churrh School.
11 00 A M—Morning Worship.
‘THE GENTLE ART OF
REV. ROBERT M. SKINNER.
The call of Rev. Robert M.
Skinner to the pastorate of George
town Presbyterian Church will be
submitted to the Presbytery of
Washington City for presentation
to Mr. Skinner at a meeting in
Arlington Presbyterian Church
Monday. Rev. Alton B. Altfather.
moderator of the Presbytery, will
preside. Rev - Freely Rohrer. stated
clerk, will present the docket. The
completed program for the installa
tion of Mr. Skinner. Tuesday eve
ning will also be submitted for ap
proval at this time.
Mr. Skinner came from the
Presbytery of St. Lawrence in
Northern New York. He graduated
from Princeton University in the
class of 192'4. spent six years in
business. and graduated from
Princeton Theological Seminary in
May. 1934 He has served as stated
supply in Presbyterian churches at
Luxemburg and Pluekemin, N. J.
New York Avenue Presby
terians to Hear Pastor
At the New York Avenue Presby
terian Church tomorrow morning Dr.
Joseph R. Sizoo will preach on ‘What
Religion Implies." and at 8 p.m. on
"Those Who Do Not Attain." At
9:30 o'clock the church Bible school
will observe Rally day.
Meeting of the Westminster League
Tuesday evening at the home of the
Misses Simonson. Dr. Sizoo will
speak. Wednesday morning the
Woman's Society for Missions will
meet in the lecutre room. Dr. Sizoo
win speak on srewarasnip. ine
board of deacons meets at the home
of Mrs. Charles A. Stott Wednesday
evening Evening Missionary Society
meets Wednesday evening. Mrs. J.
Claude Keiper. vice president of the
Woman's Presbyterial Society for!
Missions will speak. Prayer service;
will be conducted by Dr. Sizoo Thurs
day evening. On Friday evening the
Christie Class will meet at the home
of Mrs. Parry Borgstrom.
SET FOR OCT. 22-24
Woman’s Council of Washington
Federation of Churches
to Be Sponsor.
The annual Missionary Institute of
the Woman’s Council of the Wash- 1
ington Federation of Churches will be !
held October 22 to 24 in the First j
Congregational Church. A feature i
will be the presence on Monday of 1
the author of the foreign study book.!
Michi Kawai of Japan. She will be ,
accompanied by Miss Yosko Saito, an
accomplished Japanese soprano, who
will sing. This book will be taught
by Mrs. E H. Silvertherrn of Philadel
phia. The teacher df the home book
is Mrs. Joy Elmer Morgan of our own
city. Miss Margaret Slattery of Bos
ton will give four inspirational ad
The sessions will be held from 10
to 2:45 each day, with a mass meet
ing at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Benja
min W. Meeks is president and Mrs.
W. L. Darby is chairman of the Mis
On October 15 at 10 o’clock a meet
ing of interested women will be held
in the Washington Hotel at 10 o'clock,
at which final preparations for the
institute will be made. The speakers
will be Judge Fay Bentley of the
Juvenile Court and Mrs. H. Wellen
Fisher, former president of the coun
Dr. Paul Bartsch to Talk
at Rock Creek Parish
The Men’s Club of Rock Creek Epis
copal Parish will meet, th the parish
auditorium, Second and Allison streets,
at 8 p.m. Thursday for election of
officers. The speaker of the evening
will be Dr. Paul Bartsch, curator of
the United States National Museum
and professor of zoology at George
Washington University. He will give
an illustrated lecture on ’’Exploring
Alantic’s Greatest Deep.” Dr. Frank
lin J. Bohanan. rector of the parish
and founder of the club, will also
Dr. Bohanan will deliver the ser
mon at the 11 o'clock holy commu
nion service tomorrow in Rock Creek
Episcopal Church. Early communion
will be held at 8:JO a.m. The Adult
Bible Class will meet at the Hermitage
at 10:30 a.m. and the Young People’s
Fellowship at 7 p.m.
Dr. Bohanan will be assisted during
the coming year by Rev. William L.
Mayo and Rev. Claude S. Ridenour.
Rev. Mr. Mayo will be minister in
charge at Holy Comforter Chapel,
Rock Creek Parish. 5714 Georgia ave
nue, and Rev. Mr. Ridenour will be
assistant, to the rector at Rock Creek
Rev. Mr Mayo announces the
chapel services tomorrow will include
celebration of holy communion at
7:30 a.m., morning prayer at 11
o'clock and evening prayer at 7:30
p.m. On Tuesday at 8 p.m. there will
be a representative meeting, ionowea
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. by meeting of
the Minister’s Discussion Group. The
chapel troop of Boy Scouts will as
semble at 7:30 p.m, Friday.
BIBLE SCHOOL STAFF
TO RECEIVE TRIBUTE
Communion Rnd Worship Pro
gram Arranged for Ninth Street
At *he Ninth Street Christian
Church tomorrow' at 11 a m., com
munion and worship will be devoted
to recognition of the services of the
officers and teachers of the Bible
school. The pastor. Rev. Clifford H.
Jope. will have for his sermon "The
Educational Task of the Church."
The Junior Church will meet at
the same time.
At 7:45 p.m. the pastor will install
officers of the Alpha Christian En
deavor Society and will have for his
sermon "Seeing the Invisible.” The
society will hold a business meeting
at the church house Tuesday evening.
The leadership Training School
for Christian Workers will meet
Thursday evening, and weekly there
after. with a supper served at 6:30
p.m. and followed by a service.
Petworth Baptists Plan Services
Homer Rodeheaver will be at Pet
worth Baptist Church. November 5
to 15. The Sunday night services and
the prayer service on Thursday are
given over to the preparation.
When communion service will be |
celebrated tomorrow Rev. Henry J.
Smith will speak on “Parade Rest.” j
In the evening, with a special song
service, his subject is "Vision From
The Yaden Bible Class has been
divided into six groups, with cap- '
tains and lieutenants, with a view to
increasing the membership. James1
G. Yaden. chief examining division.
United States Civil Sendee Commis
sion, is the teacher.
Rhode Island Avenue M. P.
Dr. R. Y. Nicholson, pastor, will
conduct communion service at 11
o'clock tomorrow. At the evening
service he will speak on "The Tares
in the Wheat,” being one of a series I
of spiritual messages characterizing !
the evening services. Tuesday evening
at 8 o’clock there will be the quarterly
conference of the church.
The fireside prayer meeting will be
held Thursday at 8 p.m. when the
pastor will speak on "Preparing for
REV. WILSON HOLDER
Of Kansas City. Mo., new pastor
of Centennial Baptist Church, suc
ceeds Rev. E. Hez Swem, who re
tired on account of illness, after
a pastorate there of 22 years. Rev.
Mr. Holder is 30 years of age and
is married. He is known as "the
boy preacher.-” having conducted
services in this church when he
was 12, 13 and 15 years of age. He
is a musician of note.
He comes here from Kansas
City. Mo., after a pastorate of four
years. He will preach tomorrow at
11 a m. and 8 p.m.
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BY OR. HOLLISTER
Chevy Chase Presbyterian
Sermon on “Think on
At Chevy Chase Presbyterian
Church tomorow morning Dr J. Hill
man Hollister will preach on "Think
on These Things." The Hearthstones
meet at 5 o'clock. The Fireside Group
meets at 7:30 at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Marcellus C. Sheild. 3 East Irv
ing street: Collegians, home of Mr.
and Mrs. Nevell Buckingham. 3384
Stephenson place, and Young People's
Society in the Young People's room.
"Thinking Religion Through in the
Light of Modern Thought" is the
theme of the new class under the lead
ership of Mrs. Marion Taylor at 9:45
Section 13. Woman's Guild, meets
for luncheon Monday at 1 o'clock in
the Church House. Wednesday at 1
o'clock Section 5 meets for luncheon
at the home of Mrs. Walter Larrimer.
3304 Rittenhouse street, and Section
9 meets at the home of Mrs. Robert
H Turner. 3372 Stuyvesant place.
The annual Fall congregational sup
per and meeting will be held Thursday
RALLY DAY FEATURE
Wesley M. E. Church and School
Rally day will be observed in Wes
ley M. E. Church and School tomorrow
at 9:45 a.m. "The Challenge of the
Church School" will be the title of
the program to be given at 11 o'clock
in the church, with the pastor. Rev.
J. Luther NefT. presiding. There will
be a dedication service for all school
The Woman's Guild meets at 10:30
Tuesday and the Missionary Society
at 11:30. Luncheon will be served
Dr. Harris Speaks on “Price
of a Gift” Tomorrow
At Foundry M. E. Church tomorrow
morning the minister, Dr. Frederick
Brown Harris, will preach on “The
Price of a Gift.'' The evening serv
ice at 8 o’clock will be devoted largely
to music. Dr. Harris, In a brief ad
dress, will answer the question “Have
the Centuries Been Fair to Pilate,”
growing out of his experiences in wit
nessing the Passion Play at Oberam
r.ergau this past Summer and seeing
the part of Pilate portrayed by Mel
chior Breitsamter. His subject is
“In Defense of Pilate.”
In the Epworth League devotional
service at 7 o'clock, the league's offi
cial welcome will be given to Dr
The Women’s Home and Foreign
Missionary Societies and the Guild
meet Tuesday at 10:45. Mrs. John
C. Shover. general secretary of Young
People’s work of the Foreign Mis
sionary Society, will speak. Devo
tions conducted by Dr. Harris precede
the luncheon at 1 o'clock. At 2 p.m..
Dr. Frederick J. Libby, executive sec
retary of the Council for the Preven
tion of War, will speak before the
Women’s Home Missionary Society
on “Peace.” Prayer service at 8
“WHY CHURCH LIVES”
DR. PERKINS’ THEME
Rally Day Sermon Scheduled for
Universalist National Memo
“Why the Church Lives” is the
sermon topic of Rev. Dr. Frederic
W. Perkins tomorrow at 11 o’clock
at the Rally day service at the Uni
versalist National Memorial Church.
The church school, which also is ob
serving Rally day at 10:15. will have
a joint service. The Sunday Evening
Club has planned a hike from the
home of Mrs. Maurine Goding, 411
Washington avenue, Aurora Hills. Va„
returning there for supper at 5:30.
Ladies Aid Association luncheon
in Perkins’ Hall, Tuesday at 12:15,
followed by the business meeting.
A parish dinner will be Thursday
from 5 to 7 in Perkins Hall, in charge
of Mrs. J. William Lee’s Circle of
the Ladies' Aid Association Follow
ing the dinner, at 7:15, the W. E. D. O.
Circle will meet in the Romaine
Van Schaick room.
Boy Scout troop meeting Friday
evening in the parish house.
FRENCH PASTOR BACK
Rev. Andre Frank Liotard to
Rev. Andre Frank Liotard, pastor
of the French congregation which
meets at the New York Avenue Pres
byterian Church, has returned from
France and will resume the French
services tomorrow at 4 p.m., when his
subject will be "Ouvriers avec Dieu."
While in France during the Sum
mer Mr. Liotard received his diploma
in divinity from the Protestant Semi
nary of Paris, which is affiliated with
the Sorbonne or University of Paris,
and was formally ordained to the
CHARLES I. FORD.
The Washington District of the
Epworth League elected officers as
follows: Charles I. Ford, president;
Hetty Roberson, first vice president;
Jeat) Rowland, second vice president;
Audrey Thrift, third vice president;
James Donaldson, fourth vice presi
dent; Lester Fansher, treasurer;
Marion Hopkins, corresponding secre
tary; Ralph Williamson, recording
secretary, and Rev. George L. Conner,
life work secretary.
A large group of Washington Mount
Lake Park Instituters will meet to
night at Catonsville, Md., with the
Baltimore and Frederick groups for a
dinner and rally.
At the Wilson Memorial M E !
Church South, in Baltimore, next Fri
day young people from all of the
Methodist denominations in the Wash
ington area will meet for a conference
celebrating the sesqui-rentennial of
American Methodism. The speakers
will include Bishop Charles W Burns
of Boston and Bishop Robert C. Jones
of New Orleans.
Next week offers the last opportu
nity for preparing for the Booth Festi
val The theme this year is "A Trip
to Fairyland." and each booth w'ill rep
resent one of the familiar fairy tales.
Miss Audrey Thrift is in charge.
F >undry Leaguers will welcome the
rett n of their pastor. Dr. Frederick
Brown Harris, from abroad at their
devotions tomorrow evening. Special
music will be offered by Mildred Friz
zell and Bernard Slebes. Mary Ewin
will Introduce the program for Octo
At 11 a.m. tomorrow. Rev. A F.
Elmos will have for the communion ;
meditation "Pathways to Spiritual'
Recovery." October 11 is Homecom- |
ing night. }
REBIRTH OF NATION
TOPIC OF SERMONS
Dr. McCartney to Begin New
“The Rebirth of a Nation" will be
the general theme of the series of
sermons announced by Dr. Albert
Joseph McCartney, minister of the
Covenant-First Presbyterian Church,
beginning tomorrow at 11 o’clock.
The topics are "The Rebirth of a
Nation,” “It Can Be Done,” "Break
Right Through to God," "Stand on
Your Own Feet,” "Rugged Individual
ism,” "The World Is Waiting lor the
Sons of God,” "The Baptism of Fire,” i
“The Coming of an Unspectacular
Revival,” "Summer Is Ended—Come :
Midweek service Thursday evening. I
The Board of Trustees meets at 5
o'clock Monday. The Covenant Mis- ;
sionary Society will meet in the
chapel Monday at 8 p.m. Executive
Committee of the Presbyterial So
ciety meets October 11 in the chapel
at 11 am.
The All-Comers’ Men’s Bible class
will be addressed tomorrow at 9:45 |
a m. by Judge Hugh M. Tate on “How
to Live a Fruitful Christian Life.”
The Thespian Society meets at 8
o'clock Wednesday. Business Wom
en's Council meets Tuesday, 8 p.m.
Address by Dr. George S. Duncan of
the American University on Impres
sions of Ancient and Modern Pales
tine.” Dr. James H. Miers will con
tinue his series of addresses on the
The Westminster group will meet
in the church house Sunday at 7 p.m.
and Covenant Fellowship group at 7
o’clock in the chapel and be addressed
by George Rose on "This Is My
St. Columbu s Episcopal.
Members of W. R. Singleton Ma
sonic Lodge will attend the evening
services tomorrow. The sermon topic
is “Light." Rev. E. A. Le Moine, rec
tor, will also preach at 11 a.m.
D urine Primer j
First Divine Science Church
Burlington Hotel. 11”0 Vermont
11:00 am.—“Temples of the Living
0:45 am. — Divine Science Church
Wed s p m at .1:103 l.'lth Ft. n.w.—
“What Controls Intelligence.”
Grace Lightfont Patch, Minister. *
At Mt. Pleasant Church
HON. C. H. BROUGH
“CHRIST IN A CHANGING WORLD”
11 —Rer. Russell J. Clinchy.
"Remember Jesus Christ.” %
Columbia Road at 14th St.
Tenth and G St*. N.W.
Allen A. Stockdale, D. D.
Sunday School, 9:45
Y. P. S. C. E., 6:30
“IF TRUTH WERE FREE”
HAPPY HOUR OF
SONG, SCRIPTURE AND
Henry H. Ranrk. D. D.. Pastor.
9:40—Sunday School Rally.
11:00—“The Teacher and His Bible."
FRIENDS MEETING < ORTHODOX)
13th and Irrina Streets N.W.
0 Art a m—Sunday School.
IT a m.—Meeting for Worship. All welcome.
1811 Eye St. N.W.
11:00 a.m.—Meeting for Worihip.
Friends Meeting of Washington
(Established J»30—2111 Florida Are.)
Meeting for Worship First Day (Sunday)
at 1 1 o'clock. Sunday school. P:45.
Al' Interested are welcome._
13th & H & N. Y. Ave.
Dr. Joseph R. Sizoo
Dr. Albert Evans
11:00 a.m.—"What Religion Implies.”
8:00 p.m.—"Those Who Do Not
New York Avenue Church
13th and H Sts. and New York Ave.
Dr. Florian Vurpiliot. Fondateur et Pas
tcur honoraire de la Congregation
Andre Prank Liotard. Pasteur.
Dimanche a 4 heurs. sermon Dar M.
Liotard. “Oavriers avec Dicu.’*
Rev. Bernard Braskamp. D. D.. Pastor.
O'45 a.m.—Bible School.
0:45 a.m.—Men's Bible Class in Tower
Room. _ .
11:00 a m.—Sermon by I>r. Braskamp.
"Honor to Whom Honor
Clara Moran Bernhelmer. soprano; J.
Allen Ware. bass.
Thursday. 8 o.m.—Midweek Service.
H St. Between 19th and 20th N.W.
Rev. J. Harvey Dunham, D. D.
11.00—“When God Speaks."
The Lord's Supper.
8:0(1—Sunday Evenine Musicale.
Kathryn Hill Rawls. Organist.
Emily Coville. Soprano.
Connecticut Ave. at 18th A N St*. N.W
Dr. Albert Jo*eph McCartney
Rev. Samuel R. Allison
Morning Worship at 11 a m.
“The Life-Giving River”
Dr. McCartney Preaching.
Sunday School for all grades at 9:45 a.m. i
Thursday evening service at 8 o’clock.
IRVING W. KETCHt’M. Minister.
Pa. Ave.. 28th A M Sts. N.W.
9:45 am.—Rally Day Service.
11:00 a.m.—Church. “Rejoice in the
Wed.. 8 p.m.—Ladies’ Aid.
WESTMINSTER. 7th St.. Near E S. W.
Rev. Harry V. Porter. Pastor.
10:00 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Communion Service. Ser
mon. “The Broken Body and
the Shed Blood.’’
6:45 p.m.—Christian Endeavor and
Youne People’s Society.
7:30 p.m.—Evening Worship. Sermon.
“The Great Supper.**
P Street, near 31st Street N.W.
0:45 A.M.—Church School.
11:00 A.M.—Morning Worship »nd Ser
mon by Rev. R. M. Skinner,
0:45 P.M.—Christian Endeavor.
7:30 P.M.—Young People’s Society.
Chew Chase Circle
l»r. J. Hillman Hollister. Minister
8:30 to 10:60 a.m and 13 noon—
8:45 a.m.—The Clyde Kelly Class.
11:00 a m.—Morning Worship. Sermon
by the Pastor. "Think on
7:30 p.m.—Fireside Group Collegians
and Young People's Society.
13th and Fairmont Sts. X.W. 1
James H. Miers, Minister
S “Holding Forth the Word of Life.” '■
"Have Ye I'nderstood?’*
— Fundamental* of the Christian #
1 • Faith” g
F>r. Miers herin* a new series £ 1
Southern Genera) Assembly
16tH and Irving St». N.W.
REV. JAMES H. TAYLOR, D. D.
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. Com
Sermon by Dr. Taylor
8:00 pm—Evening Worship
_Sermon by Dr. Taylor
Church of the Pilgrims
On the Parkway at
23nd and P Sts. N.W
Gift of the Presbyterians of the
South to the Nation’s Capital.
Fee. Andrew Reid Bird Minister,
•'ivme Worship. 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. j
A Cordial Welcome to All i
Pillar of Fire Services
•JO Third St. N.E.
Bishop Alma White, Supt.
Orthodox Drf3chinR service 7:.*tn PM.
Sunday School 10 A M All welcome._
Full Gospel Tabernacle
N. Capitol A K Sts.
REV. OLIVER P. BRAXX
*—■* — s s .
" V Praise A Healinr.
Tues. 1: Pri.. b
Wisconsin and Massachusetts
Avenues and Woodier Road
Holy Communion . 7:30 a.m.
Morning Prarer, Holv Com
munion and Sermon.
Preacher. The Dean.11:00 a.m.
People’s Evensons and Ser
mon. Preacher. The Risht
Rev. H. P. Almbn Abbott.
I). D.. Bishop pf Lexington 4.00 p.m.
Eighth St. Northeast bet. B * C Sts.
REV. GEORGE W. ATKINSON. D. D
7:30 a.m.—Low Mass.
3 ):00 a.m.—Solemn High Mas* and
T:Sn p.m.—Solemn Evensong and
The Rev. James F. Kieb,
D. D., Canon of St. An
drew’s Cathedral, Hono
lulu, will preach at the 11
Take 13th and D or Florida Ave.
cars to 8th and C Streets Northeast.
18th St. Bet. P and Q
Services. * and 11.
Church School. 9:30.
Sermon by Dr. Wm. S. Bishop at 11
Thursday, 11 a.m—Holy Eucharist.
All Souls’ Memorial Church
Cathedral and Conn. Ave*. N.W.
Rev. H. H. D. Stcrrett. Rector
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00a.m.—Holy Communion and
“On Capitol Hill”
Third and A Streets Southeast
REV. WILLIAM R. MOODY, Rector
Holy Communion. 7:30 a.m.; Church
School. 9:30 a.m.; Holy Communion and
Sermon by Rector. 11 a.m.: Young Peo
ple's Meeting. H:*5 p.m.: Evening Prayer
and Sermon by the Rector, 8.p.m.:
Thursday. 11 am.. Holy Communion.
Conn. Ave. and Bancroft Place.
BEY HERBERT SCOTT SMITH. 0. 0.
REV. G. BERKELEY GRIFFITH.
9:30—Reopening of the Sunday School.
11 o'clock—Holy Communion and Ser
mon. The Rector will Preach.
6 p m —Young Peoples’ Society.
1317 G St. N.W.
REV. 7.. B. PHILLIPS. D. D.. LI.. D.
REV. HARRY LEE DOLL. B. D.
5:00 am.—Holy Communion.
9:45 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a m.—Holy Communion and Ser
mon by the Rector.
8:00 p m—Evening Prayer and Sermon
by the Rev. Mr. Doll.
CHURCH OF ST. STEPHEN
AND THE INCARNATION
Sixteenth and Newton Sts. N.W. i
The Rev. George F. Dudlev. D D.. Rector
The Rev John T Robertson
: HOLY EUCHARIST . 7:30 A.M.
CHURCH SCHOOL . P:.30 A.M.
HOLY EUCHARIST .11:00 A.M.
EVENING SERVICE. 8:00 P.M.
HOLY EUCHARIST ‘DAILY* 7 00 A M.
THURSDAY.7:00 & P 30 A.M
HEALING SERVICE < TUES
DAY* . 8:00 P.M.
48 Que Street N.W.
(Fla. Ave. or North Capitol St. Car)
REV. V. n. ANDERSON. RECTOR
7:00 a m.—Low Mass
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Sung Mass and Sermon.
8:00 p.m.—Evensong. Benediction.
7:00 a.m.—Low Mass every day.
0:30 a.m.—Low Mass. Thursdays.
8:00 p.m.—Intercessions Fridays.
St. John’s Church
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion and
sermon. Dr. Hart will
ROCK CREEK PARISH
REV. F. J. BOHANAN. D. D.
The Country Church In the City
ST. PAUL’S CHURCH
Rock Creek Church Rd. and Webster St.
8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.
HOLY COMFORTER CHATEL
Georgia Ave. and Madison St.
7:30, 9:30. 11 a.m.; 7:30 p.m.
The Nativity S3? A"V* *.
The Re$urrection ’*‘0 9St‘ N'E'
Chapel, 732 Webster St. N.W
Worship. 11:00 A M
Thursday Bible Class. 8 PM.
$nprr iSitth &mttrp
S FREE LECTURES A
Prof. Wm. Estep j
Founder of Super |
Mind Science Church \
8 P. M.
Sun.. II m m.—"The H it of God Our
Sun.. 8 p.m.—"Are Teachers of Di
vine Law Needed?”
Tue«.. x p.m—"Do the Dead Return?”
Wed.. X p.m.—"Sinclair’s Epic Plan in
Thur.. X p.m.—"Can Suffering Be Abol
Fri.. X p.m. —"Are War and Capital
Sal.. 8pm —"What I* the Human i
SUPER MIND SCIENCE CHURCH
IGI I K St. N.W.
FREE TO THE PUBLIC •
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
16th and Irvin* Sts. N.E.
Ret. ALVIN LAMAR WILLS. M A.. B. D . j
7:3n a m.—Holy Communion
P:J0 a m.—Junior Church and Church
11:110 a m.—Holy Communion and Sermon.
by the Rector. Subject. "Mat
_ log Ottr Religion Practical."
ST. PAUL’S CHURCH
917 23rd Street
Holy Communion T :tn a m
Eucharist and Sermon 11:00 a m.
Tue . Wed Pri T::io a m.
Thur. 11:00 a m.
A. M. 0. M. A.
Announces n Free Lecture on:
Your Karma and
the Aquarian Age
Sunday, 8 P.M., Oct. 7
Bible CUm—11:45 A M.
Sunday School—11:00 A.M.
1427 Eye Street N.W.
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FIFTH E 81 n»r 7th s.w.
* ir I n Dr. J. E. Briers- Pastor
11am—"Remember Jesus”! Com
7.45 pm.—"Laymen’s Meeting" to
which all are invited. Got. Chas. H.
Brough of Ark. will speak on "The Lay
man and His Church/* Music by Baraca
Male Chorus and Church Choir.
S S . 0:30 a m B Y. P U . 6 30 p m.
Stockton-Gould evangelistic meeting?
October 11 -Nov. 4th.
Monday 7 45 p m . important meet
ing of Mission and Current Expense ,
Sixth and A Sts. N.E.
REV. JOHN COMPTON BALL, D.D.,
MORNING AT ELEVEN—
“THE NAME SUPREME”
Sfrmon followed by the observance of
the Lord's supper.
EVENING AT SEVEN FORTY-FIVE—
P 30 a m.—Bible School of the Church i
6:45 p.m —Five Societies Qf Youne Peo
ple. 7:45 p m.—Spirited tinging and
NOTE CHANGE OF HOTR FOR
Attend the Church that Glows- Goes
end Grows Continually
IF LATF. CALL A CAB.
armplr Haptiat QIhurrh
lftth A N Sts. N.W.
P:3ft A M—Bible School. Rally Day
11*00 A M.—Morning worship. Rev. Dr.
H w O Millington, guest minister, j
7:00 PM.—E. Y P U.
8:00 P M—Evening worship, conducted j
under guspices of the Euzelian Bible
Maryland Baptist Church
Maryland Ave. A 14th St. N.E.
Rev. W. A. Emmans, Pastor
0:30 a m.—Sunday 8chool.
11:00 a m.—"The Only Man Who Sue
7:00 p m.—B Y. P U.
8 00 p.m.—**The Believer’* Fo**e**ien. *
Monday. 8 p m—Bible Study.
Thursday, s pm.—Prayer Service
FIRST -16th and O Sts. N.W.
DR. S. J. PORTER. Pastor Emeritus. DR. RUFUS W. WEAVER, Minister
11 A.M.—“National Repentance Must Precede National
(First in series of sermons on '‘National Recovery
and the Christian Faith”)
8 P.M.—“Have We a Bloody Gospel?”
Sunday Evening, October 14, the Church will inaugurate its “Religious
Liberty Forum," with an address by Prof. Douglas Clyde
Macintosh of Vale, denied citizenship for his refusal to swear
to hear arms in a war he considered unjust. Subject:
"Religious Liberty and National Demands”
Sunday School. 9:30 a m. B. Y. P. TT.. 6:45 p.m..
8th and H Sts. N.W.
W. S. Abernethy, Minister
11 A M—“AND ALL THE PEOPLE SAID-"
8 P.M.—'"FINDING WATER IN DESERT PLACES."
7:45—Organ Recital—Thomas Moss.
9:30—Sunday School. 6:45—Y. P. Groups.
11:00—Junior Church. Rev. P. G. Murray.
“WHAT WE CAN DO THIS YEAR "
. A _ U ^ST* a • . * w
j^auonai baptist jtiemoriai
16th and Columbia Road N.W. GOVE G. JOHNSON, D. D., Pastor
11 A.M.—“SHARING CHRIST.” (The Lord’s Supper.)
8 P.M.—“WHAT JESUS PREACHED—The Value at the Child.*
(Teacher Recognition Service.)
Bible School. »:30. B. Y. P. C.. «:I5.
DCTU A MV *■ 1 At*‘ * *"a 8t- N W M p- GERMAN Minister
DEe 1 n/al t I 1100 a m.—“The Jot of Thy Presence."
8:00 p.m.—“Loyalty, the Foundation of Christianity.'*
The Stevenson Bible Class Invites yon to bear 8ENAT0B M M. LOGAN
an earnest expositor of Bible truths.
11:00 a m—Joint Rally Day Service—Church and School.
7:45 p.m.—"Getting Rrsdy to Live.”
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 6:4A—Young People's Meetings.
Dr. Chas. A. Shrcvc
101* 0th 8t. N.W.
Twice on Sundays
2:30 and 8 o’clock
Service Sunday Night
Free Seats—All Welcome
I Fifth St N.W. Bet. G * H Sts.
7. *, 9. 10:30 and 11:30
© Novena Devotion in honor of Our
© lady of the Miraculous Medal every
raJ Mondav «t .V 7:30 and 8:30_p.m.
CHURCHES OF CHRIST
Branch?* of The Mother Church,
The First Church of Christ
Scientist, Boston, Mass.
First Church of Christ Scientist
Columbia Rd. 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
16th and Meridian N.W.
Sunday 11 AM. and S P.M.
Sunday School—31 A M._
WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETING—
8 0 clock
FIRST CHURCH-730 17th St.
N.W. Hours. 9 to 9 (except
Wednesday, 9 to 7. and Sundays
and holidays, 2:30 to 5 :30).
SECOND CHURCH-111 C ST. N.E.
Hours, 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. week
days. 2:30 to 5:30 Sundays and
THIRD CHURCH—Colorado Bldg.,
i4th and G Sts. Hours. 9:30 to 9
(Wednesdays. 9:30 to 7:30. and
Sundays and holidays, 2:30 to
FOURTH CHURCH—Tivoli Bldg.,
3313 14th St. 9 to 9 week days;
Wednesday. 9:30 to 7:30; Sun
davs. 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. Holidays,
2:30 to 7:30 p.m.
All are welcome to attend our church
service! and use our rcoding rooms.
pD Arc »th * 8. Car. Are. 8.E.
UKALL Pastor. F W. JOHNSON
CHl'BCH HOME COMING DAT.
9 30—Rally Day Exercise IB Bible
13.00—Church Home Coming Service.
« 4.5—Young People
7.4 5—“Have We Lost Our Wav?**
Former Members and Friends Invited.
7th and I Streets N.E.
The new pastor. Rev. Wilson
Holder, from Kansas City, Mo.,
preaches 11' a m. and 8 p.m.
Rev. Wilson Holder was well
known In this city years ago as “The
Boy Preacher," and crowds attended
HEAR A. P. RENN
31st and N Streets N'.W.
11 a m —“The Price of Power.”
S p.m ' Prodigal Sons and Daughters.**
EVERY MEMBER PRESENT.
~ TAKOMA PARK“
Piney Branch Road and Aspen St.
7.4.5—Sundav School Night.
PaiuiAvilt and Randolph Sta.
reiwonn Rev. H. J. Smith. Pastor.
The Friendliest Church in Washinoton.
11 am—Sermon and Communion.
8 p m.—Sermon and Sons Service
“VISION FROM ELEVATION.**
Western Ave. and 'Belt Road
Edward 0. Clark. Minister.
11 a m —“In His Service."
8 p.m.—Fireside Series:
I. “Making Love.”
KENDALL near b s.w.
Len Franklin Stevens. Minister
P'4«» a.m.—Sunday School.
ll:no a m.—Service and Sermon.
8:rt0p.m.—Service and Sermon.
7 on p m.—B Y. P. U.
7:45 pm. Wednesday—Prayer 8ervlce.
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