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Bishop Freeman Will Speak
at Evensong Service Tomorrow. The first Sunday in the Advent j eeason of the church year will be observed in Washington Cathedral ; tomorrow with the beginning of a j series of four sermons at the 11 a.m. services of morning prayer and cele- | bration of the holy communion by j the Very Rev. Hughell E. W. Pos-, broke, dean of the General Theological I Seminary in New York City. The preacher at the people's even- | eong service in the great choir at 4 I o'clock will be Bishop James E. Free- I man. Services for the day will begin with the celebration of the holy communion in the Bethlehem Chapel at 7.30 a.m. Group pilgrimages for out-of-town visitors to the National Capital will be held immediately following the 11 ^ a.m. and 4 p.m. services. Volunteer pilgrim aides are on duty ! from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on week days ' to extend hospitality to visitors and | to show them through the cathedral, I with particular reference to the J sculpture, stained glass, altar carvings [ and other features of the cathedral ' symbolism. The bishop's garden is open for quiet pilgrimage or medita tion during the same hours. Bishop Freeman and Miss Mabel T. Boardman, secretary of the American Red Cross, will deliver addresses De cember 5, at the annual meeting of the New York Committee of the Na tional Cathedral Association, to be held at the home of Miss Caroline White, 4 East sixty-sixth street. SERIES OF ADVENT SERMONS SLATED! Four Topics for Morning Services Announced by Dr. Oscar Blackwelder. Dr. Oscar F. Blackwelder. pastor of the Church of the Reformation, will begin a series of advent sermons to morrow morning using as his subjects, "The King," "The Kingdom," "The Kingly" and "The Kingliest." In the ; evening at 8 o'clock he will continue his series of sermons on "The Modern Translation of the Prodigal Son," with the subject "The Empty Knapsack." ί The Young Women's Missionary Societies and the Washington Luth- ; eran Missionary Union will hold a combined meeting tomorrow at Refor- j mation Church, beginning at 3:30. Miss Marie Staib of Baltimore, will make the address. Thursday evening the Reformation Missionary Guild and . Ladies' Aid Society will hold their an- ■ nual bazaar and turkey dinner in the Ï parish hall, beginning at 4:30 o'clock. The Lutheran Students' Conference Will meet Thursday at Columbian i Kail, George Washington University, j beginning at 10 a.m. and the dinner is at 6 o'clock in Reformation Parish Hall. Dr. N. J. G. Wickey, executive secretary of the Board of Education of the United Lutheran Church, will be the speaker. RED MEN TO ATTEND HOLIDAY SERVICES; liinth Street Christian Church Will Entertain Fraternity Tomorrow Night. The Fraternal Order of Red Men j Will attend the Ninth Street Christian ί Church for their annual Thanksgiv ing service tomorrow evening. There will be a special musical program and the sermon subject by the pastor, Rev. C. H. Jope, will be "Limiting God." Loyalty month, which is being ob served by the church during Decem ber. will begin Sunday morning. There will be a roll call of the congregation at the communion service. This will be the beginning of the fourth year of the pastorate of Rev. M. Jope. The morning sermon subject will be "Un euspected Resources." Women's Council will meet Wednes day at 10:30 a.m. The speaker will be j Mrs. Frank Frost. Thursday at 6:30 the church night supper program will be a Christmas tree, at which gifts for the missiona ries representing this church in India Will be presented. The Official Board will meet Friday evening in the church house. "THE GIFT OF PEACE" IS SERMON THEME Dr. Ridgely Will Preach on Topic at Calvary Methodist Tomorrow Morning. "The Gift of Peace" will be the sub ject of the sermon by the minister. Dr. Vernon N. Ridgely, tomorrow at Cal vary Methodist Church. At 8 p.m. his theme will be "The Love That Never Fails." Miss Margaret Colison, missionary chairman, has arranged for an illus trated story, "China Looks Ahead," lor the Young People's League service at 7 o'clock. Dr. Ridgely will give a special ad dress on Methodism at the Thursday evening devotional service, entitled: '"Methodism and Reform." Mrs. W. R. Bowman, acting presi dent, has arranged the Woman's For eign Missionery program for the all day meeting Tuesday, at 11:30 a.m. SPECIAL DAY PLANNED BY PETWORTH CHURCH A NegTo spiritual service will be held at Petworth M. E. Church to morrow evening. This will be the con cluding service of the series which has been held during November. The theme will be "Nobody Knows the Trouble I See," which will be sung by Evelyn Russ, a student of Howard University. The minister, Rev. R. L. Wood, will speak. At 11 a.m. the min ister will conduct the communion service. There will be no sermon. / All-day meeting of the women's or ganizations will be held Wednesday, beginning at 10:30 a.m. The midweek cfiurch program will continue on Thursday evening. Mrs. R. L. Wood will continue the series of studies in the history and spirit of Methodism: Miss Martha Stauffer will teach the leaders of the Junior : Department of the Church School, ι and Rev. R. L. Wood will have a class : of the young people. Activities in Local Churches St. John's Episcopal. Dr. Oliver J. Hart will preach at the 11 o'clock service tomorrow on "The Coming of Christ." There will be a celebration of the holy com munion at 8 a.m. Rev. James P. Madison will preach at 7:45 p.m. Zlon Baptist, Southwest. The guest speaker tomorrow morn ing will be Prof. Benjamin E. Mays, dean of the School of Religion, Howard University. At a combination service, 7 p.m.. Prof. Hitomi Yama saki, Japanese scholar and author, will give an illustrated lecture. A testimonial musicale will be given at the church December 3. 8 p.m., in honor of Prof. R. J. Daniels, who was for 42 years organist of the church. The Missionary Circle will hold a rummage sale all day December 5 at the home of Mrs. Madison, 1107 Fourth street southwest. The proceeds will be to provide Christmas baskets for the needy of the community. Fifteenth Street Presbyterian. The pastor. Rev. H. B. Taylor, will preach tomorrow at 11 a.m. The Ladies' Aid Society will sponsor a bazaar December 4, 5, 6 and 7, in the lecture room. The public is in vited. Divine Science. "Divine Healing" is the subject of the lesson-sermon tomorrow at 11 a.m., by the minister. Rev. Grace Lightfoot Patch, at the Burlington Hotel. Wednesday, at 8 p.m., at 3303 Thirteenth street, the minister will discuss "Causes and Conditions." Bethesda Baptist. Rev. Harvey V. Prentice, superintend ent of the Gospel Mission of Wash ington, with a group of workers and singers, will have charge of the eve ning service in the Masonic Temple, 7002 Wisconsin avenue. The pastor. Rev. Β. M. Osgood, will preach at 11:15 a.m. on "The Power of Prayer." Communion of the Lord's Supper will be observed. Saint Columba's Episcopal. Communion will be given tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. At 11 o'clock, there will be a devotional address and commun ion service. Evening services begin at 7:30. On Thursday, a communion serv ice will be celebrated at 10 a.m. The Women's Guild will hold an all-day meeting Thursday, in the parish hall. Takoma Park Presbyterian. The sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be celebrated tomorrow morning. Rev. R. Paul Schearrer will deliver a brief communion meditation, "The Dew of His Presence." At 8 p.m. he will preach on "James, the Silent," this being the third sermon in the series of "The Twelve Apostles." Dorothy Shepherd and Jack Pail thorp will be in charge of the young people's group meetings tomorrow eve ning. The session will meet Monday evening at the home of Elder Arthur F. Gordon, 11 Philadelphia avenue. Rev. Mr. Schearrer will speak Wed nesday evening on "The Three A s of Scholasticism," continuing the studies in church history. Highlands Baptist. The Workers' Council will meet Tuesday evening. The tenth anni versary of the church will be observed Friday evening and the following Sun day morning. On Friday evening there will be short addresses by Dr. R. W. Weaver, secretary of the asso ciation: Dr. G. G. Johnson, modera tor of the association: Dr. W. S. Aber nethy and Dr. John Briggs, who took part in the dedication 10 years ago. The following Sunday morning the sermon will be preached by Dr. W. L. Darby, secretary of the Federation of Churches. Georgetown Lutheran. "Life's Medley" will be the subject tomorrow at 11 a.m. by Rev. Harold E. Beatty. Wallace Malcolm will have charge of the young people's program at 7 p.m. The Church Council will meet Tues day, 8 p.m., at the church. Officers and teachers of the Sunday school will assemble Wednesday, 8 p.m. Prayer service Thursday, 8 p.m„ conducted by the pastor. Mrs. Lloyd McCord will be hostess to the Ladies' Bible Class Friday, 8 p.m., at a pre Christmas party to be given at her home, Ballston, Va. Friends Meeting. The Friends' Forum, which meets at 1811 Eye street tomorrow at 8 o'clock, will hear Dr. Herbert F. Fraser, head )f the Economics Department. Swarth more College, discuss "Economic Na :ionalism—Where Is It Taking Us?" The public is invited. Ministers to Meet. Dr. J. D. Nutting of the Utah Mis sion, Cleveland, Ohio, will speak on 'The Mormon" before the Presbyterian Ministers' Association, Monday, at 11 a.m., at the New York Avenue Presby terian Church. H Street Christian. "Furthering the Gospel" is the ser mon topic of Rev. C. N. Williams to morrow at 11 a.m. The Lord's supper will be observed. At the close of the service a meeting of the General Com nittee will be held to arrange a Christ mas program. Metropolitan Wesley Α. Μ. Ε. Z. Preaching tomorrow. 11 a.m., by the pastor. Rev. John Wesley McCoy, and holy communion. Preaching at 8 p.m. by the pastor. Friendship Baptist. "The Prophet Jonah" will be the subject of Rev. Β. H. Whiting, pastor, tomorrow at 11 a.m. "Jerusalem's Omission" will be the subject of Rev. J. W. Henderson, secretary of the Bap tist Ministers' Conference, at 8 p.m. League for the Larger Life. "The Religion of Simplicity" is the subject of an address by Flower New house at 1414 Sixteenth street tomor row at 8 p.m. First Church of the Nazarene. Rev. D. E. Higgs, district superin *ndent of the Washington-Philadel phia district of the Church of the Naiarene, will preach tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Rev. Higgs was formerly in business in this city and studied at the Y. M. C. A to prepare limself for his present work. Sunday school rally at 9:45 a.m. Reception of members at 11 a.m. ïoung people's service, 6:30. Marvin Methodist. The pastor. Rev. C. Carroll Burruss. will conduct the communion service at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. The morning text ts from Psalm 18:5, the topic in the îvening "The Right Eye." Mrs. T. J. Copeland of Baltimore will conduct an ill-day study class Friday, beginning it 10:30. The text is "Orientals in American Life." Good Will Baptist. Dr. James L. Plnn will preach to norrow morning on "Hunger for God," ind in the evening on "The Open Door." Communion will be served at .his service. % Plymouth Congregational. Rev. Arthur D. Gray will speak on "The World's Dilemma and the Sur render of Religion" at 11 a.m. Prayer service Thursday, 8 p.m. First Brethren. Rev. Homer A. Kent, pastor, will preach at 11 o'clock tomorrow on "My Father's Business." It will be home missions Sunday in the church and the sermon will have a bearing upon the special day. At 7:45 p.m. his subject will be "Millions Now Living May Never Die." The Men's Bible Class will have charge of the evening song service. The prayer service will be held Thursday at 8 p.m. Trinity Lutheran. The annual mission festival will be celebrated in both services tomorrow. In the German service at 8:30 a.m. Rev. E. Pieplow of Mount Rainier, Md., will deliver the sermon. In the Eng lish service at 11 aan. Rev. E. Leon hardt of Alexandria, Va., will occupy the pulpit. Holy communion will be celebrated in the German service, preparatory service beginning at 8:15 a.m. Wisconsin Avenue Baptist. Miss Hazel Pruitt will lead the young people In a special program of Bible truth at 8 p.m. The pastor. Rev. Clarence Ray Ferguson, will preach at 11 o'clock on "Old-Time Revival in Washington, D. C." Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, with a study of the twelfth I chapter of Second Corinthians. Western Presbyterian. The sacrament of the Lord's supper will be celebrated tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. The third monthly musical service will be held at 8 o'clock. " The annual bazaar and turkey din ner will be held in James B. Lambie Fellowship Hall Tuesday and Wed nesday. Eckington Presbyterian. The pastor. Rev. Henry B. Wooding, will speak at the 11 o'clock service on "Who Healeth All Thy Diseases, Who Redeemeth Thy Life Prom De struction, Who Crowneth Thee With Loving Kindness and Tender Mercies?" and in the evening on "A Friend of Mine in His Journey Is Come to Me and I Have Nothing to Set Before Him." Prayer service, Thursday eve ning; teachers and officers' meeting. Wednesday evening; Philathea Bible Class banquet at Sunday school house, Friday. Brookland Baptist. The ordinance of baptism will be administered at the morning service, followed by a communion address by Dr. O. O. Dietz on "The Loving Cup of Christians," after which the Lord's supper will be celebrated. At the evening service Dr. Dietz will speak on "The Road to Life." Attorney Charles Imlay will address the men of the church at 10 a.m. on "Crime: the Function of the Church in Its Cure." Congress Street M. P. The Harrison Bible Class will meet tomorrow at 9:45 a.m.. William N. Payne, jr., second vice president, will preside. Ben Johnson will have charge of the lesson. Dr. Hirl A. Kester, the pastor, will give a short talk. Judge Ernest H. Van Fossau of the Federal Board of Tax Ap peals will be the guest speaker. Dr. Kester will preach at 11 a.m. on "The Shepherd God." and at 8 p.m. on "The Gentleness of God." The Ladies' Aid Society will give a turkey dinner and bazaar Thursday from 5 until 7 p.m. Brightwood Park M. E. The minister. Rev. S. Carroll Coale, will speak tomorrow morning on "The Heart's Desire." Holy communion will be celebrated. The children's story theme will be "Like a River." "Largeness of Heart" will be the topic for the evening message. The Ladies' Guild will hold a bazaar and supper Tuesday and Wed nesday evenings. The official board will meet Tues day evening. The Thursday evening study hour will be conducted by the minister. The topic will be "Frances E. Wil lard." Mrs. C. V. Burnside will tell some intimate stories of friendship with Miss Willard while in her home. Pastor's Son to Preach. At Dumbarton Avenue M. E. to morrow evening Rev. L. M. Atkinson, pastor of Wesley Chapel at Roselle, N. J., and son of Rev. and Mrs. Walter F. Atkinson, will be the guest speaker. At the morning service the minister will administer the holy com munion. Prayer and Bible study service will be held Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Woman's Auxiliary. The December meeting of the Wom an's Auxiliary of the diocese of Wash ington will be held at Bethlehem Chapel of Washington Cathedral next Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. Following this, the annual memorial service of the auxiliary, a short business meeting will be held in St. Alban's parish hall. Mrs. Beverly Ober. member of the national executive board of the aux iliary will address the meeting. Salvation Army. Meetings tomorrow are: Washington No. 1 Corps, 606 Ε street, Capt. Kenneth Howarth in charge, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Wash ton No. 2 Corps, 1501 Seventh street, Maj. James Roberts in charge, 11 a.m. and 8:30 p.m.. Mount Vernon Chorus. Washington No. 3 Corps, 733 Eighth street southeast. Capt. Jackson Martin in charge. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Washington No. 4 Corps, 1075 Jefferson street. Capt. Wilbur Young In charge. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Washington No. 5 Corps, 715 Eye street northeast. Ensign Lu ella Knox in charge. 10:45 a.m. and 8 p.m. Memorial United Brethren. The minister, Dr. Simpson B. Daugherty, will preach at 11 a.m. on "Finding Good in the Worst," and at 8 p.m. on "Through the Microscope." Ladies' Aid Society meeting Tuesday, 8 p.m.; Prayer Service and Official Board meeting, Thursday, 8 p.m. Petworth Baptist Rev. Henry J. Smith, pastor, will conduct communion services and re ception of members tomorrow morn ing. His theme Is "The Peel of Things." In the evening his subject is "Impotent Infection." The Yaden Bible class for men will meet at 9:45', with Rev. Mr. Smith teaching the lesson. Mr. Yaden, the regular teacher, is away over Thanks giving day and Sunday In New Jersey. McKlnley Memorial Baptist. Rev. J. D. Fortune of Parkersburg, W. Va., will preach at 11 ajn. on "The Unity of the Spirit." Rev. Duvall, the evangelist, will preach a special sermon to the Christian Union Club at 3 p.m. on "Where Do We Go Prom Here." Rev. J. S. Davis of the North ern Virginia Association will preach at 8:30 p.m. on "One Peck of Dry Bones." Prayer meeting Tuesday, 8 p.m. Yogoda Society. "The Non-existence of Evil" will be the subject of Brahmaharl Jotln of Calcutta, India, tomorrow evening in the chapel, 1758 Columbia road. The public is invited. Calvary Κ. E. South. The pastor, Rev. W. D. Keene, will make a communion talk at 11 a.m. on "Christian Memories." At 8 p.m. he will preach on "The Ministry of Lit tle Things." At the prayer meeting Thursday evening he will talk on I "When Youth Is Lovable." Free Methodist. Rev. M. Hayden, the pastor, will speak at 11 a.m. on "The Relation of Creed to Conduct" and at night on "Divine Care." Prayer meeting Tues day night, led by the pastor. Fairmont Heights Presbyterian. At 11 a.m. tomorrow the pastor, Rev. H. W. Campbell, will have for his subject "If Jesus Were to Come to Our City, What Would He Find?" Young people's meeting, 6 p.m.; topic, "What Is the Purpose of Missions?" Twelfth Street Christian. Rev. J. F. Whitfield will have for his subject at 11 a.m., "Witnessing for Christ." Holy communion will be ob served at 12:30 p.m. Preaching serv ices. 8 p.m. A bazaar will be given at the church from Monday night to Friday night. Inclusive. Waugh Methodist. The ftith Sunday in the loyalty cam paign will be celebrated tomorrow with holy communion at 11 a.m. At 8 p.m. sermon on "The Great Commonplace." 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday an Italian supper will be given by the Omega Bible Class; Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., official board; Thursday, 7:30 p.m., prayer meeting. Charch of Christ. Evangelist James H. MAroom will preach at 3460 Fourteenth street on the following subjects: 11 a.m.. "Doers of the Word"; 7:30 p.m., "Bible Twin Boys." Vendant* Society. "Western Psychology and Yoga" will be the subject of the lecture tomorrow at 8 p.m. by Swami Vividishananda, leader, at 1712 Ν street. Tuesdays at 8 p.m., he teaches the Upanishads, and Thursdays at 8 p.m., he gives dis courses on "Spiritual Practice." Church of the Epiphany. Dr. Ζ. B. Phillips, rector, will occupy his pulpit at the 11 o'clock service to morrow. There will be celebrations of the holy communion at 8 and 11 a.m.; at evensong, at 8 o'clock. Rev. Harry L. Doll, associate minister, will deliver the sermon. West Washington Baptist. Rev. C. B. Austin, pastor, will preach tomorrow at 11 a.m. on "The Greatest Gift and the Greatest Love" and at 8 p.m. on "God's Will for the Saints Today." The pastor will speak at the midweek service Thursday eve ning on "The Church and World's Relation." The church and school will render its tenth white Christmas pageant the evening of December 23. Theme, "The Light Eternal." Rhode Island Avenue M. P. Communion service will be held at 11 o'clock tomorrow. The evening service, at 8 o'clock, will start with a 15-minute song service, followed by a message by the pastor. Dr. R. Y. Nicholson. His topic is "A Friend at Midnight."· The monthly serviçe at the Central Union Mission will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. Wednesday at 11 a.m. there will be a meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society followed by a luncheon and a meeting of the Missionary So ciety. Prayer meeting is Thursday evening. Mount Moriah Baptist. Dr. J. Harvey Randolph, the pastor, will have for his sermon topic to morrow at 11 a.m. "Victory Through Faith." At 3:30 p.m. a covenant meet ing will be held, with reception of new members, followed by the Lord's sup per; preaching, 7:30 p.m.; Tuesday, prayer service, 7:30 p.m.; Missionary Circle, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Super-Mind Science. Two services will be held tomorrow at 1726 H street. Prof. William Estep, founder, will speak at 11 a.m. on "Is Christianity a Science or a Be lief?" and at 8 p.m. on "How to Use the Power Christ Demonstrated To day." There will be a series of ser mons all next week at 8 p.m. and a membership testimonial Wednesday at 8 p.m. The public is invited. Potomac Heights Community. "The Invisible Source of Power" will Be the subject of the sermon by Rev. O. J. Randall, pastor, at 11 o'clock tomorrow. At 3 p.m. the Ran dall Bible Class will conduct services at the Aged Woman's Home. George town. "Why I Am a Christian" will be the theme at a symposium at 8 p.m. Several persons will speak. Lincoln Congregational. At the services tomorrow morning Dr. R. W. Brooks will speak on "What Has the Church to Offer lor Our Social Ills?" The Men's Brotherhood, at 10 a.m., will be addressed by W. M. Hales, parole director, on "Why Young Men Become Delinquent." The mid week service will be held Thursday evening. Trinity Methodist. Dr. Dan L. Ennis, minister, will take for his subject "What Is Ood Like?" tomorrow at 11 a.m. and "Have I Not Seen the Lord." On Wednesday and Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. the Ladies' Guild will serve a turkey dinner. Chevy Chaw Baptist. Ordinance oi the Lord's supper will be observed tomorrow at 11 o'clock. Rev. Edward O. Clark, the pastor, will give a brief meditation entitled "Blest Be the Tie." The young peo ple will meet at 6:45. In the evening service at 8 o'clock the subject will be "Watch Your Step." The Sunday school is planning to hold a white gifts service at Christmas under the direction of Miss Mary Pearce. Annual Banquet. The forty-third annual banquet of the Kinnear class of young men ol Calvary Baptist Church will be held at the La Fayette Hotel next Wednes day at 7 p.m. Dr. Angle Smith, pas tor of Mount Vernon Place M.. E. Church, will be the speaker. Second Baptist. The eighty-sixth anniversary of the church will be observed tomorrow. The pastor, Rev. J. L. S. Holloman, will preach a series of three sermons tc commemorate the event. At 11 a.m he will preach on "Whither Came We?" at 8 p.m., "My Predecessors"; December 9, 11 a.m., "Our Forgotter Heroes." Tomorrow at 4:45 o'clock the In dustrial Club will conduct a vespei service and pew rally. Fifth Baptist. Dr. Arthur I. Brown of Edinburgh and Vancouver will preach tomorrow at 11 a.m. on "The Word of the Lord." This will be his last message. He exi pects to return for other lectures De cember 9. Dr. Brown will speak tc the Darlington Berea Bible Class at 10:10 a.m. on "The Second Coming of Our Lord." Dr. Briggs will preach at 8 p.m. on "As It Was in the Days of Noah." St. Paul's Episcopal. The season of Advent opens with a corporate communion of the men and boys of the parish in honor of St. Andrew. A breakfast will follow in the parish house. On the Wednesday evenings in Advent, December 5, 12. 19. there will be a series of lectures and addresses In the parish house at 8 o'clock by Rev. Calvert E. Buck, superintendent of the Episcopal Hos pital. The subject of these Advent lectures is "Personal Problems in the Religious Life." Members of the high school group will meet tomorrow at 7 o'clock for discussion under the direction of Rob ert E. Kell of the Theological Semi nary in Virginia. A service will fol | low in the church at 8 o'clock. St. Andrew's Episcopal. Corporate communion for men. to morrow, 8 a.m. Children's church service and address by the rector, 9:30 a.m. Service and sermon. 11 a.m.; Rev. A. J. Wilder, preacher. The Young People's Fellowship is on Thursday at 8 p.m.. and holy commu nion at 11 a.m. Confirmation classes, Friday—juniors, 4:30 p.m., and adults, 7:30 p.m. Langdon Methodist. Dr. Benjamin W. Meeks, district superintendent, will be the preacher at the morning service. At 8 p.m. Dr. Henry H. Rowland, the minister, will preach to Job's Daughters. I ==■ LOVE OF GOD TOPIC OFDR.R.W.WEAVER Solicitude of Living Saints Seen to Mirror Divine Re gard for Mankind. "The Love of God Revealed in the Solicitude of Living Saints" will be the aubject tomorrow morning in the first of a series of sermons during December by Dr. Rufus W. Weaver at the First Baptist Church, on the theme. "The Contemporary Activities of God and the Christian Faith." Thp choir will render a cantata in the eve ning. The Luther Rice Bible Class will give a barbecue near Cabin John Bridge this afternoon. This evening Muzette Medlock and a group from the Euzelian Class will visit Central Union Mission and conduct services there. "The Importance of Prayer in Daily Life" will be the theme of the Β. Y. P. U. meeting tomorrow evening, with Paul Moore and Group 8 in charge. The union will hold a business meet ing Wednesday evening. The Woman's Society will serve a turkey dinner at the church from 5 to 7 Wednesday. Thursday morning the White Cross workers will meet at the church to pack bags to be sent to the Indians in the Southwest, and also a box for a mountain mission school in Kentucky. Friday evening the Wigs and Queues Dramatic Club will give .a three-act comedy-drama, "The Path ι Across the Hill," with the following cast: Alice Stedman, Ann Thain, Nancy Nichol, Evangeline Cowden, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mclnnis, Fus I Thomason, Henry Hefley, Clarence Kidd and Jack Claspell. « "FAITH AND UNBELIEF" TO BE SERMON TOPIC Rev. E. C. Beery to Preach at Both Services at Francis Asbury M. E. Church. At Francis Asbury M. E. Church Ιο ί morrow "Faith and Unbelief" is the subject of a sermon by Dr. E. C Beery at 11 a.m.. and 8 p.m., "The Fire of Jesus." The sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be a part of both services. The Board of Stewards will meet at 8 p.m. Monday. The Gamma Sigma ; Class will meet with Mrs. Beane, 407 I Hobart place. Hostesses, Mrs. Beane, ! Margaret Iseley, Nell Smallwood, Frieda Pratt and Mrs. E. C. Beery. The young people have joined an athletic league of the Methodist churches of the city. They are pre paring for the basket ball season. The young people are providing transportation for the older members of the congregation who would other wise be unable to attend service. To morrow is known as "Sunshine Sun day." Mount Carmrl Baptist. Youth's day will be celebrated De cember 9. The principal speakers will be Dr. Mordeeai Johnson, presi dent of Howard University, at 11 a.m.: Howard Fitzhugh, president of the New Negro Alliance, at 3:30 p.m. He will be assisted by Frank Thome and Miss Bernetta Bullock. At 8 p.m. Miss Marjone Holloman, an honor student of Miner Teachers' College, will be the speaker. BIBLE ANNIVERSARY Translation by Martin Luther to Be Observed. The 400th anniversary of the trans lation of the Bible by Dr. Martin Luther will be celebrated December 7 at the Luther Place Memorial Church, under the auspices of the Lutheran Ministerial Association, of which Rev. Howard E. Snyder is president. Dr. A. R. Went* of the Lutheran Theological Seminary, Gettysburg, Pa., will speak on "Tearing Down the Tower of Babel.** "Flight From Reality" Will Be Theme Tomorrow Morning. Dr Carl C. Rasmussen, pastor of Luther Place Memorial Church, will preach tomorrow at 11 o'clock on "Flight Prom Reality." Miss Katharine Fahs, retired mis sionary from India, will speak at 6:45 p.m. This meeting *111 be followed by the Sunday evening fellowship hour. The Catechetical Class will meet from II to 12 a.m. Ladies' Aid Society meeting Wed nesday at 1:30 at 60 M street north east. The 400th anniversary of the trans lation of the Bible by Martin Luther will be celebrated in a special union service of the Lutheran Church of Washington, to be held Friday eve ning in this church. The meeting begins at 8 o'clock. The guest speak er will be Dr. Abdel Ross Wentz of the Theological Seminary at Gettys burg. The public is invited. Initial rehearsals for the annual presentation of Dr. Henry Van Dyke s Christmas story, "The Other Wise Man," will be held Tuesday and Fri day in this church. All who have been in the cast in former years and any one desiring to participate in the production of this inspiring drama this year are requested to be present on these two nights. Rehearsals will begin at 7:30 o'clock. The Washington City Auxiliary Mission to Lepers Will Hold Its Christmas Ingathering Friday, December 7, 1:30 to 3:30 P.M. in the Mt. Vernon Place M. E. Church South Mass. Ave. and 9th St Reports from Annual Meetings, New York, Oc tober 17 and 18. Ingathering of funds. Memorial services for the beloved late president, Mrs. John Newton Cubertson. All friends are invited. Money gifts for this work with lepers will be received form individuals and church organizations at this meeting. CHECKS PAYABLE TO Mrs. John Brayahaw, 3240 Patterson St. N.W. w a unitarian ALL SOULS* CHURCH I6*and Harvard * Minister SjiT *" U/ystes C B. Pierce OD 9.45 A M.—Church School. 11:00 A.M.—Morning Worship. "REVELATION THROUGH RITUAL" 5:00 P.M.—Program of Cesar Franck Music. 5.30 P.M.—"Β i r d Refugees"— Rudolph Dieffenbaeh. 7:30 p.m.—Motion Picture Hour. "DAVID HARUM" #rpflhgl*rian Îîrrflbyîman EASTERN PRESBYTERIAN Md. Ave. and Sixth St. N.E. Alfred E. Barrows. D. D.. Pastor. 11:00 a m.—Speaker. Supt Bennett of the Central Union Mission, with Mission Chorus. 9:30 a.m.—Bible School. 7:45 p.m.—"A Shining Light." Church of the Pilgrims On the Parkway at Z'toi and Ρ Sis N.<V Gift of the Presbyterians of the South to the Nation's Capital. RrT. Andrew Held Bird. Minister. Divine Worship. It a.m. and 8 d m. A Cordial Welcome to Alt CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN Southern General Assembly 16th and Irving St·. N.W. REV. JAMES H. TAYLOR, O. D PASTOR 9:30 a m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. Sermon by Dr. Taylor 8:00 pm.—Evening Worship. Sermon by Dr. Taylor. t T". » . : .v ■ ■■ · FOURTH F PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH g 13th and Fairmont Sts. N.W. g James H. Miers, Minister I i "Holdinc Forth the Word of Life." fi Ell a.m.—"The Good Samaritan." Β 8 p.m.—"The Beavenir Intereesaion g Β ml Jesus." Siuin? &rirnrr SCIENCE OF TRUTH. Meetings held at Stoneleigh Court. Room 109. Mondays at 5 p.m. and Thurs days at s p.m. Emma Curtis Hopkins' lessons will be given on consecutive Thurs days at H p.m. Freewill offering. * First Divine Science Church Burliniton Hotel. II30 Vermont At·. 11:0(1 * m.—Divine Healing. 0:45 am.—Divine Science Church School. Wednesday at 8 ρ m . 3303 13th st. n.w.. "Causes and Conditions." REV. GRACE LIGHTFOOT PATCH. Minuter. ' îîntnpreal Srstgtt The Fellowship of the Universal Design of Life WASHINGTON BRANCH 1 Stoneleigh Court, Conn. Act. Λ L N.W Service· are held every Sunday at 11 a.m. Library open Wed'aday. 1 to 3. Kb. 108. SUBJECTS Dee. Î—"Universal Health." Dee. »—"Mental and Moral Evolution." Dec. 1«—"Fruit· of the Spirit." Dec. Î3—"I nfoldlnc Capacities." Dec. 3(V—"Regeneration." Antfriratt ïararl DB. BENET W. STOUGH. Director America-Israel Movement (Men-Jewish). Speak· en "THE THUE UNCLEAN FIOGI NOW SLIMING AMERICA" Bandar. December S. 3 P.M. Confederate Memorial Hull I 3»2 Vermont Ave. N.W. Dr. Stouih also lectures Friday. De cember 7. same place. No Admission Charte AU Inrited · THE LAW OF ΚΛΚΜΛ; CAUSE AND EFFECT »V*W Edward M. Dawson iJjXjf' Sunday, Dec. 2, I p.m. Sun., h :30 p u.. Christian Mystic Bibie Class: Tue·.. 8. Blavatsky Class; Wed.. ». Members' meeting; Thursday. Occult Hygiene Class; 8 Meditation Oroup: Pri.. 8. Complete Outline Course In Theoaophy. WASHINGTON LODGEJ.S. 1216 Η St. N.W· Sunday, December 2—8:15 P.M. "REINCARNATION" Class Wednesday. 8: IB P.M. library Open Toes, and Thnr*., β to 6 Sat.. 2 to 5 United Lodge of TheosopbUts HOI Bide, 17th and Eye SO. N.W. No Dies. Pees or CoUectloa· LIGHTBRINGER LODGE Sunday. Dec. 2. 8:1.5 P.M. "The Way of Freedom" Ernest P. Car bo of Baltimore Main Floor Barrister Bids.. 63Λ Ρ St Κ 'Λ ADMISSION FREE COLLECTION (datt|ol!r St. Mary's fc ?' fei Fifth St. N. W., Bet. G A H SU. t fct; Sunday Masses 7. 8, 9, 10:30 &nd 11:30 Noren» Dévotion In honor of Our f Lady of the Miraculous Medal every f? Monday at 5. 7:30 and 8:30 P.m. r fHrîtîoiïiiït Epiaropal Jfounbrp !2i5pTSS FEED Ε HICK BROWN HARRIS D. D Minister. December 2-9— Opportunity Week in Loyalty Crusade Sunday, December 2 Opportunity Day 11:00 A.M.—Sermon by Dr. Harris, "Serving the Present Age." 8:00 P.M.—City and Na tion Night. Address by Hon. William E. Sweet of the National Recovery Admin istration; former Governor of Colo rado. Every One Cordially Invited JTaïhflrti ce"0®1»1· vlitlUaip Near Fifteenth VERNOJi N. BIDGELT D D.. Minister 11 a.m.—"The Gift »l Prnct." 8 ρ m.—"The Lore That Never Filti." Hear the Ward·—As Radi· Star· "THE SUNSHINE FAMILY" McKENDREE Μ"!. CHURCH Mass. Ave., bet. 9th And 10th its. b.v. 11 a.m.—HOLY COMMUNION. Meditation: "Deferred Fellowship." Samuel E. Rose. B. D.. Minister. WESTMINSTER "Vfc.V"' Ββτ HmrrT V. Porter, Pastor. 10:00 a.m.—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—Mnrnln« Worship Sermon. "The Forgiving Christ." 6:46 P.m.—Young People's Society. Topic. "Christ In Art." 7:30 P.m.—Evening worship. Sermon, "Great Hymn»." New York .Avenue Church 13th & Η & Ν. Y. Ave. Minister· Dr. Joseph R. Sizoo Dr. Albert Etui 11 A.M., "MORE THAN UTOPIA." 8:00 P.M. "IS RELIGION AN ILLUSION?" SERVICE FRANÇAIS New York Avenue Churcb 13th and H Sts. and New fork Ave. Dr. Florlan Vurpillot. Fondateur et Pas teur honoraire de la Congrégation Française Andre Prank Liotard. Pasteur. Dimanche a 4 heures, sermon par M. Liotard. CHEVY CHASE Chew Chan Circlt Dr. ». Hillman HoUlster. Minister 9:30 a.m. to 1050 a.m. and 12 noon— Church School. 9:4Sa.m.—Tt* Clyde Kelly Clau. 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. "The Family Root." 7:30 p.m.—Fireside Group. Collegians and Young People's meeting. GUNTON.TEMPLEn££b ··« Be*. Bernard Braikamp, D. D„ Paster. 9:45 a.m.—Church School. 9:45 a.m.—Men's Class In Tower Room 11:00 a.m.—Sermon: "The Chareh ·Ι the Living God." 6:45 p.m.—Young People's Meetlnc. Thursday. a p.m.—Church Night. COVENANT. FIRST Connecticut Ave. at IRtb Λ Ν Sts N W Dr. Albert Joseph McCartney Bev. Samuel R. Allison Minister» Morninr Worship. 11 A.M. "THE COMING OF AN UNSPECTACULAR REVIVAL" Dr. McCartney Preachinr Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. PECK MEMORIAL CHAPEL IRVING W. KETCHUM. Minister. Γ». Ave.. 28th A M Sts. N.W. 11 :<HI a.m.—Sermon. "Comin* to Christ." 7:45 p.m.—Sacrament of Communion. Dr. Albert J. McCartney Preaching. Bible School. »:4.1 Young Polks. 7. Wed.. 8 p.m.—Ladies' Aid and Seth Parker Meeting. METROPOLITAN Fourth and Β Sts. S.E. REV. FREELEY ROHRER. O. D.. Pastor. 11 a m.—"A Progressive Move." U p.m.—Rev. D. Hobart Evans, Speaker. Meeting In charge of Men's New Deal Class. A Cordial Invitation te Everybody. GEORGETOWN (Organised 1780) Ρ Street, near 31st Street N.W. REV. ROBERT M. SKINNER Minister »:4S a.m.—Churcft School 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship and Ser mon. "Re Was Known of Them." Communion Service. 6:45 p.m.—Intermediate Christian En deavor. 7:30 p.m.—Young People.' WESTERN H St. Between 19th and 20th N.W. Re?. J. Harvey Dunham, 0. D. Minister. 11:00 a.m.—Communion Service. Medi tation. "Christ Died tor Oar Sins." 8:00 p.m.—The Third Monthly Musical Se-vice. Katherine Hill Rawls. Organist. Mary Owen Pearson. Soloist. ffiapttel Sapttgt CENTENNIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 7tb and I Street* N.B. REV. WILSON HOLDER, Pastor. 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—"Who or What Is the Holy Spirit?" 6:45 p.m.—B. Y. P. U. 8:00 p.m.—"A Daring Truth.* Maryland Ave. Baptist Church 14th & Md. Ave. N.E. Rev. W. A. Emmans, Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—"A Friend at Coort " 8.U0 p.m.—"The Railing of Latara*— Λ Miracle or Myth." <BaDtisms.) B- Y. P. U-. 7 p.m. Study course Monday. 8 p.m. Prayer meeting Thurs day. 8 p.m. J Crucified Risen Cominr arain METROPOLITAN Sixth and A St*. N.E. JOHN COMPTON BALL, Pastor Morning at Eleven. "THE HEART OF THE GOSPEL" Evening at Seven Forty-flve. "HOW BIG IS YOUR JESUS?" Based on President Roosevelt's Favorite Hymn. 9:30—Bible 8chool. fi:4S—Five Societies ol Young People. 7:45— BEAUTIFUL BAPTISMS. Attend the Church That Glows. Goes and Grows Continuously. FOLLOW THE CROWD. IF LATE. CALL A TAXI. HIGHLANDS CHURCH Fourteenth St. at Jefferson. NEWTON MERCER SIMMONDS. Pastor. 9:30—Church School. 11:00—Commun ion. with Address. 7:00—Christian En deavor. 8:00—"Believing Nln*»ah." FIFTH E 8>· near *ik s.w. ΓΙΓ 1 ΓΙ Dr. J. E. Brim, Pastor. 11 a m.. Dr. A. I. Brown of Van couver will preach on "The Word of the Lo'd." Com munion. 7:45 p.m.. Dr. Brigps will preach on "As in the Davs nf Noah." S 8 9:30 a m. At 10 10 a m Dr. Brown will speak to the Berea Bible Class on "The Second Coming of Christ." Baraca contest begins. The Phllathea and James Classes advance. ALL ARE WELCOME. SECOND Fourth Street & Virginia Art. 8.E. Rev. Η Μ Β Jones. Ο. D„ Pastor 11 a.m.—"Failing to Watch." 8 p.m.—"The Discord of Life.·· —A CORDIAL WELCOME— PafuiarfL and Randolph Sta. reiwonn Rev. H. J Smith. Pastor. 11 a.m.—Sermon and Communion. "THE FEEL ΟΓ THINGS." 8 ρ m.—Sermon and Son* Servie·. "IMPOTENT INFECTION." Come to the friendliest church In Washington. KENDALL »"» near β s w Le η Franklin Stevenf. Minister 8:40 a.m.—Sunday School. ll:OOam.—"The Shame of the Cross." 8:00 p.m.—"Oer Five Senses." 7:00 p.m.—B. Y. P. U 7:45 p.m.. Wednesday—Prayer Benrle·. WEST WASHINGTON 31st and Ν Streets N.W. The pastor. C. Β Austin, will preach at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m Sunday 8chool, 9:45. Β Υ P. Ο . 7:00. ΓD ΑΓΡ 9th * 8· c»'· UKALL Pastor, F. W. JOHNSON 9:30—Bible School 6 45—Β. Y. P. 0. 11:00 -The Neat Step." LORD S SUPPER OBSERVED. 7:45—"What About the Chereh?" Baptismal Service. Prayer Meeting Thursdav at 8:00. ALL WELCOME. FIRS Τ—16th and Ο SU. N.W. DR. S. J. POSTER. Pastor Emeritus. OR. BUFUS W. WEAVER, Minister 11 ajn.—"The Love of God Revealed In the Solicitude of Living Sainte"— Dr. Weaver. 8 p.m.—Cantata, "Seedtime and Harvest" (Myles Poster), by Choir. Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. B. Y. P. U„ 6:45 p.m. Zipnf Vlftftl ^ and H Sts. N.W. W. S. Abernethy, Minister 11:00 a.m.—"WE HONOR OCR LORD TODAY." Communion Service. 8:00 pjn.—"A PASTOR'S STANDARDS FOR HIS YOUNG PEOPLE." Forty-fifth anniversary of Christian Endeavor in Calvary. 9:30—Sunday School. 8:45—Y. P. Groupe. 11:00—Junior Church. Topic "MARTIN LUTHER." Rev. Philip G. Murray, Minister's Assistant. Rational Saptist fftemorial 16th and Columbia Road N.W. COVE G. JOHNSON. D. D„ Pastor 11:00 a m—"THE PREPARED BODY" (The lord's Supper). 8:00 p.m.—"BREACHES OVER THE WALL." (In charge of Columbia Council of Baptist Men, T. Carlisle Crump, Preset.) 9:30—Bible School. β:45—B. Y. P. U. Τ1Γ"ΓΙ t A H.TVT E. 1. Αν». * 2nd 8>. N.W M. T. GERMAN. MlnUtar ηΓ. I Π Mil ¥ 11:00 a.m.—"COMMUNION MEDITATION." »»»«··' » 8:00 p.m.—"VICTOBIOl'8 LIVING." THE STEVENSON BIBLE CLASS Invites Υ·α to Hear SENATOR M. M. LOGAN, an earnest expositor of Bible Traths. DD/VM^l Α ΜΠ 18th and Monroe Sts. N£ DIXvUNLAllU Ο Ο. DIETZ, Minister. 11 non.m—"THE to VIN 0 Cl"· OF CHEISTIANe.'* 7:45 P.m.—"THE ROAD TO LIFE."