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To Be Guest
Mt. Pleasant Congre
gational to Hear of
College Work.
be the guest preacher at Mount
Pleasant Congregational Church to
morrow morning. His subject will be
“Thy Kingdom Come.” At 8 p.m. the
chorus will present the second musical
service of the season.
William G. Carr, research director
Of the National Education Associa
tion, will speak in the adult forum at
10 o’clock on "Teachers' Oaths, the
Red Rider and Academic Freedom.”
The discussion group has as its sub
ject at 6 p.m. “The Negro and In
dustrial Relations." Richard Hunter
Will direct the discussion.
The League of Service invites mem
bers and friends to visit Newfoundland
Tuesday evening, following the 6:15
dinner, with Dr. Earl Ingerson. a
former professor at Yale, who is now
with the Carnegie Institute of Wash
ington. He will show slides which
were made on a Yale expedition to
"Piedmont College and the Georgia
Mountain Life” will be the subject
Thursday evening, following the
church supper at 6:15. Dr. George C.
Bellingrath, president of Piedmont Col
lege. at Demorest, Ga.. will speak on all
phases of life in that area and will
Illustrate his talk with pictures of the
college and the mountain life.
“Glowing Testimony” to
Be Topic Tomorrow at
Epworth M. E.
“A Glowing Testimony” will be the
subject of Dr. Harry M. Canter at
Epworth M. E. Church South tomor
row morning. Rev. John H. Blake
more. jr., will assist. Mr. Blakemore
Will preach at 8 p.m.
The Minot Bible Class will have
charge of the program for the open
ing services of the adult department
tomorrow at 9:30. A new class of
young married persons is being or
ganized. Mr. Blakemore will be the
teacher for the present.
The Sunday School Workers’ Coun
cil will meet Monday evening. A
business meeting and social of the
Hummer Memorial Class will be held
Tuesday evening.
Dr. Canter and Mr. Blakemore will
conduct the prayer service Thursday
A committee composed of Mrs. W.
F. Lady and Mrs. Ray Morrison has
been named to take charge of the
matter of flowers for the church altar.
Persons having floral memorials or
other floral offerings may reach either
at 130 Twelfth street northeast or
1503 Massachusetts avenue southeast.
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Georgetown Presbyterian
to Hear Rev. Robert
M. Skinner.
At Georgetown Presbyterian Church
tomorrow at 11 a.m. Rev. Robert M.
Skinner will preach on “Preparation."
At 7 p.m. there will be a service, un
der the auspices of the combined
young people’s groups In observance of
Presbyterian young people's day. Rev.
Mr. Skinner, Frank Nattier and Miss
Virginia Harris will speak.
The Men’s Club will hold a dinner
meeting Monday at 6:30 p.m. in Cissel
Chapel. Movies will be shown.
The women will meet Tuesday at
11:30 a.m. to hear a talk on the Chey
enne Indians by Mrs. Florence Brewer,
which will be followed by luncheon
at 1 p.m.
The annual turkey dinner will be
held Thursday in Cissel Chapel from
5:30 to 7 p.m. There will be a fancy
work and candy table.
There will be the preparatory service
Friday at 8 p.m. preceding communion
6unday. Rev. Mr. Skinner will speak.
Rev. R. Paul Schearrer, pastor of the
Takoma Park Presbyterian Church,
will preach tomorrow at 11 a.m. on
“Standing at the Door,” and at 8 p.m.
on “Why I Believe in God,” by re
John R. Bovard will address the
Brotherhood Bible Class at 9:45 o’clock
on "Gearing the Bible Into Life.”
The pastor will hold the first meeting
of his annual communicants’ class at
10 o’clock. Janet Bovard, Gilbert Holt
and Mrs. Margarita Fraser will be
In charge of the young people’s group
meetings tomorrow evening.
The session will meet Monday eve
ning at the home of Dr. R. A. Ramsey,
125 Willow avenue. The Takoma Park
Chapter of the American Red Cross
will meet at the church Thursday
morning for sewing and to make
aurgical dressings.
B. Y. P. U. News
National Union will be led by Edgar
Bpeiden with the aid of the other
members of the cabinet. A member
ship campaign is on, each group is
trying to bring up the average of the
old members as well as bringing in
new ones. On February 5, a party
■will be held at Frolic Inn, 10 Franklin
avenue Rogers Heights, Md. The
Seth Parker meeting will be at Walton
Grubbs’ .house Sunday evening after
church, 1810 Ingleside terrace.
Fifth Union’s program will be pre
sented by the Intermediate Union for
the seniors. The subject relates to
the spread of the gospel in Europe.
The Intermediate president, Miss
Helen Fisher will be in charge.
Bethany Senior Union will be hosts
to the Intermediate. At the evening
church service, the seniors will have
charge. George Ruhl will be the
Wisconsin Avenue will be led by
Winston Hedberg.
Tuesday evening will be Federation
Board meeting at Central Union Mis
•ion. ft
Guest Preacher
Chevy Chase Baptist
Church Will Raise Cash
to Pay Off Mortgage.
“Victory Sunday” will be observed
at the Chevy Chase Baptist Church
tomorrow morning, when it is hoped
to raise in cash contributions the bal
ance of about $1,200 needed to pay off
the mortgage indebtedness on the
church. The Board of Trustees, of
which George B. Fraser is chairman,
is in charge.
“The Christian and His Church"
will be the morning sermon topic in
the series "Rethinking the Christian
Life." by the pastor. Rev. Edward O.
Clark. At 8 p.m. he will speak on
“The Life of D. L. Moody," in ob
servance of the century of his birth.
The Board of Trustees will meet
Thursday at the church at 7:30 p.m.
The pastor will lead a conference on
| “Understanding the Child.’* The de
, votional service at 8:30 p.m. will be
led by George N. Wheat. Business
meeting of the church will follow the
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Rev. W. S. Abernethy Will
Discuss Topic Tomorrow
Rev. W. S. Abernethy, pastor of
Calvary Baptist Church, will preach
tomorrow morning on “A Good Finish”
and in the evening on “Dangerous
The Junior Church will meet to
morrow morning with Rev. Frank E.
Johnston, jr., minister's assistant, in
E. G. Mason has been elected vice
chairman of the Board of Deacons to
succeed Dr. F. A. Swartwout, de
The District Christian Endeavor will
hold Its banquet Friday with Rev.
Perry Mitchell of Clarendon as guest
speaker. Mrs. L. C. Greene is in
charge of arrangements.
The president of the Burrall Class,
Miss Katherine Bliss, and Mrs. W. S.
Abernethy, teacher, will be hosts at
a “tea” for the captains and aides of
the class tomorrow afternoon.
Ninth Street Christian
Sunday School to Assist
in Relief.
A special offering for the American
Red Cross for flood relief will be made
at the Ninth Street Christian Church
Bible School tomorrow' at 9:30 a.m.
“Born of the Spirit” will be the sub
ject of the sermon by the pastor, Rev.
Clifford H. Jope. at 11 a.m. The
Junior Church meets at the same time
in the church house, directed by Mrs.
Howard Thompson.
"Thomas—Who Had His Ups and
Downs” will be the subject of the
seventh sermon in the series on the
Apostles by Mr. Jope at 7:45 p.m.
There will also be the ordinance of
Christian baptism.
The church program will be In
charge of John L. Bateman Thursday
evening. It will be “Every Man’s”
night and the subject will be “The
Layman’s Place In the Church.” The
program will be presented by the men.
“The Seed and the Sower” will be
the subject tomorrow at 11 a.m. in
Georgetown Lutheran Church by Rev.
Harold E. Beatty.
The adult classes of men and women,
conducted by J. Prank Butts and Mrs.
Lloyd McCord at 9:30 am., will dis
cuss the Bible theme, "Jesus, Working
and Teaching.”
Miss Dorothy Snead will make a
special appeal to all young people to
assemble at 7 p.m. at an important
Representatives of all church or
ganizations will attend the council
meeting Tuesday, 8 p.m. Joseph C.
Wimmer will preside at the Sunday
school business meeting Wednesday
at 8 p.m.
"Jesus the Light of the World” will
be the subject at the prayer service
Thursday, 8 p.m.
The ladles’ Bible class will give a
covered dish dinner Friday at 6:30
Dr. Taylor to Preach at
Central Presbyterian.
Dr. James H. Taylor will preach In
Central Presbyterian Church Sunday
morning on “Unselfish Service” and
at night will continue the series on
"The Witness in the Early Christian
Church.” There will be a special call
made for flood relief.
The young peoples’ societies will
meet In the afternoon.
The fireside hour for young people
will be held at 6:30 o'clock. Young
people invited. f.
Officers to Be Installed at
Atonement Lutheran.
A candlelight service and installa
tion of officers of various organisa
tions will be held tomorrow night at
Atonement Lutheran Church. The
musical service will be In charge of
Prof. Emerson Meyers. •
Rev. Howard Snyder will preach at
11 am. on “The Word of Ood With
Beginning Wednesday the choir will
give its second anual “Country Pair."
The confirmation class meets Wed
Is Theme
Of Sermon
Dr. Blackwelder Will
Preach Tomorrow
AT THE Lutheran Church of the
Reformation Dr. Oscar F. Black
welder will preach tomorrow morning
on "Sources of Courage.” At 8 o'clock
the series on "Music and Religion”
will continue. Dr. Blackwelder will
speak on "The Life and Work of Felix
The Intermediate and Senior Luther
Leagues will hold a joint service at
i 7 o’clock, with Mrs. Marian Tucker
I Parsons, missionary to China, as a
I speaker. Miss Lily Widule. missionary
I secretary of the Senior League, will
| preside.
The young people’s department,
under the leadership of Dr. Raymond
J. Seeger. will hold a pre-Valentine
1 party Thursday evening in the parish
The annual banquet of the Lutheran
Inner Mission Society of Washington
will be held in the parish hall Friday
at 6:30 o'clock. Rev. A. W. Stremel
I of Pittsburgh is the speaker.
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Rev. Keene to Preach on
“Church Going.”
At Calvary M. E. Church South
tomorrow at 11 am., Rev. W. D.
Keene will preach on "Church Go
ing." At 7:15 the young people will
meet. At 8 p.m. there will be a joint
service of the three branches of the
Methodist Church in Georgetown at
Mount Tabor M. P. Church.
The Board of Christian Education
will have charge of the worship serv
ice in the adult department of the
church school.
On Monday evening the Board of
Christian Education will meet. On
Tuesday evening the Board of
Stewards. Thursday evening the
pastor will talk on "Gods Mes
i sengers.”
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New Series
Of Sermons
Minister of Albright
Evangelical Church
Lists Topics.
'T'HE minister of Albright Memorial
1 Evangelical Church, Rev. George
E. Schnabel, will begin a new series of
sermons tomorrow at the 11 a.ip
service. The general subject will be
"God and My Life.” The subjects
each Sunday will be: January 31,
“God in the Life of Man”; February
7, "His Family and Ours”; February
14, "Like as We Are, Yet-Feb
ruary 21, "What Are We here For?”;
February 28, "The Miracle of Me”;
March 7. "It Happened Once”; March
14. ••Sacrament”; March 21, “The Sin
fulness of Sin”; March 21, 7:45 p.m.,
“Crucifixion’s Prelude.”
The service at night begins at 7:45
o'clock, with a song from the screen.
Between the songs pictures will be
shown depicting the work of the
church at home and abroad. Follow
ing the evening service the fireside
group will meet.
At a congregational meeting last
Monday the following were elected:
Trustees, Emmette Jester and Mrs.
Wilbur Snyder; Sunday school officers,
superintendent, Wilbur Snyder; as
sistant superintendents, J. W. Hollister
and Leanard Bowen; secretary, El wood
Spalding; assistant secretary, James
Titsworth, Jr.; treasurer, Russell
Bortz, and secretary of the congrega
tion, Harry Garner.
On Wednesday night the Queen
Esther Class will present the "Wed
ding Gown Review.”
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Pastor Speaks Tomorrow
on “Meaning of the
Apostles’ Creed.”
Preaching on the “Meaning of the
Apostles’ Creed," Dr. Gerhard E. Len
ski. pastor of Grace Lutheran Church,
will offer his second sermon In his
series on this subject tomorrow at 11
am. Hus special subject will be: “I
Believe in God the Father."
The young people will hold a devo
tional meeting in the hall at 6 p.m.
under the leadership of Frederick
Winkelman. president. Supper will be
served at 7 p.m.
Women of the Guild will give a
congregational dinner in the hall
Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. under the
leadership of Mrs. Nicholas Miles.
Lenten services will be held on Wed
nesday at 8 p.m. throughout the sea
son. Holy communion will be cele
brated Ash Wednesday. February 10,
! 8 p.m. The pastor will preach on
“The Renewed Challenge of Lent."
Dr. Pierce’s
Series Ends
Unitarian Pastor to
Discuss “The Place
of Judgment.”
'T'HE last in a series of sermons on
"Sayings of Jesus Not Pound in
the Bible” will be given by Dr. Ulysses
O. B. Pierce, minister of All Souls'
Unitarian Church, at the 11 o'clock
service. The special subject is "The
Place of Judgment,” based on a quo
tation by Justice Martyr.
Speakers before the adult classes of
the church school will be D. E. Mont
gomery of the Department of Agricul
ture, on "What Consumer Co-oper
atives Mean to Business” and Dr. L.
E Warren on "Proverbs.” At 5
o’clock, Lewis Atwater, organist, will
be assisted In a program of Bach
music by Charles Trowbridge Titt
mann. The feature at the motion
Picture Hour at 7:30 will be "A
Feather in Her Hat.”
At the meeting of the Laymen's
League negt Thursday Dr. Paul F.
Dickens, professor of internal medicine
at the United States Naval Medical
School and George Washington Uni
versity, will speak on "The Endocrine
Glands and Their Relation to the
Physical and Mental Characteristics
of Man." Monday and Tuesday eve
nings have been set aside for Badmin
ton in the new Recreation Center,
and on Thursday evening, there will
be on “open house” there for adults.
At the foreign language cinema
Saturday evening the feature will be
the German picture, "Der Traum
vom Rhein.” This evening the French
picture, "Cessez le Feu” Will be shown
wi*h "Visages de France” as a sub
Society to Be in Charge of
Luncheon and Dinner.
R/>v. C. B. Austin, pastor of the
West Washington Baptist Church, will
preach tomorrow at 11 a m. on "Liv
ing Waters for Thirsty Souls,” and
at 8 p.m. on “Mental Ghosts That
Next Wednesday luncheon and tur
key dinner for the public will be
served by the Ladies’ Aid Society.
Special service is scheduled Thurs
day evening conducted by the Young
People and the pastor. The topic is
“Opportunities for Service."
The F. I. Green Bible Class elected
as officers for 1937: Teacher, Miss
Emma W. Stevens: president, Mrs.
Sarah T. Craig: vice president. Mrs.
Norman B. Robertson: recording sec
retary, Mrs. Evelyn B. Torreyson; cor
responding secretary', Mrs. Adeline S.
Hospital; treasurer, Mrs. John R.
. Harris.
Activities in Local Churches
Fifteenth Street Presbyterian. ]
Dr. H. B. Taylor will have for his !
subject Sunday at 11 a.m. "God's Plan
for Youth and Age." It will be Pres
byterian young people’s day.
Zion Baptist, Southwest.
“Positive Christian Living" is the
subject of Dr. J. M. Ellison tomorrow
morning. At 3:30 p.m. the Sunday
j School Union of the District of Co
lumbia will hold a mass meeting.
James R. Moss, president, will preside.
The C. E. Society meets at 6 pjn.,
with Mrs. Martha Saunders, chairman
of the Missionary Committee, in
charge. The guest speaker will be
Miss Juanita Howard, whose subject
Is “What Do I Know About My
At 8 p.m. there will be a pageant,
"Fellowship in the Life of Women.”
sponsored by the ushers, with Miss
Annie Lee as director.
Congress Street M. P.
The Harrison Bible Class will meet
tomorrow at 9:45 a.m. William H.
Harrison, president, will preside. Powell
B. Bradfield will have charge of the
lesson. Dr. Hirl A. Kester, pastor,
will give a short talk. Representative
Morgan G. Sanders of Texas will be
the guest speaker. The lesson theme
is “The Financial Cost of Alcoholic
Dr. Kester will preach at 11 a.m.
on “Shaking Off the Vipers." At 8
p.m. the Young People’s Society will
have charge of the service.
Divine Science.
"Divine Beauty” will be given its
Divine Science meaning in a lesson
sermon by Rev. Grace Lightfoot Patch
tomorrow at 11 a.m. at the Grafton
Hotel. On Wednesday, at 8 p.m., she
will again conduct the Divine Science
Waugh Methodist.
Dr. J. S. Montgomery, chaplain of
the House, will preach tomorrow, 11
a.m. Dr. Chesteen Smith will preach
at 8 p.m.
Second Baptist.
Rev. J. L. S. Holloman will preach
tomorrow at 11 a.m. on "The Strong
holds of the Church” and in the eve
ning on "Lessons From the Flood
Presbyterian Ministers.
Dr. W. L. Darby, secretary of Wash
ington Federation of Churches, will
address the Presbyterian Ministers’
Association of Washington and vicinity
at the New York Avenue Presbyterian
Church Monday at 11 a.m. on "Recent
Developments in Church Co-oper
Westminster Presbyterian.
Rev. Harry V. Porter will deliver the
morning sermon, on “A Searching
God.” In the evening the congre
gation will Join with other churches
of the Southwest at the Kendall Bap
tist Church to see the religious drama,
"The Fool,” by Channtng Pollock, pre
sented by Miss Gertrude T. Barker.
Trinity Lutheran, Mount Rainier.
Rev. Edwin Pieplow will deliver the
sermon at 11 a.m. on “Will God Send
a Spiritual Famine?”
The Walther League will conduct an
educational topic discussion beginning
at 6:45 p.m. At 8 p.m. the sermon by
the pastor is on the eighth command
ment, “God’s Gift of Speech.”
Unite the Youth and Executive
Board of the Walther League meets
Monday, 8 p.m.; Teachers' Institute,
ijQuOKtafcitPda. i
Potomac Heights Community.
Holy communion and reception of
members will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow.
Rev. O. J. Randall will preach on
“The Singing Christ.” At 8 p.m.
his subject will be “The Divine Spark
in Human Hearts.”
The Sunday School Board will meet
Tuesday evening at the home of Supt.
M. H. Hess, 5404 Macomb street.
Episcopal Women to Meet.
The Women's Auxiliary of the Epis
copal Diocese of Washington will meet
Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. In St. Paul's
Church. Mrs. Grayton Burke, wife
of Dr. Grayton Burke of the Hudson
Stuck Memorial Hospital, Fort Yukon,
Alaska, will be the special speaker.
Gorsuch Methodist.
Rev. E. A. Ross will have for his
morning sermon “The Challenge of
Methodism to America.” There will
be a baptismal service. At 8 p.m.
members will join with four other
Southwest churches and see the play,
“The Fool," at Kendall Baptist Church.
“White elephant party” Wednesday in
the recreation room.
Lincoln Road M. E.
At 10 a.m. tomorrow the Baraca
Philathea Class will meet in special
session. Rev. R. H. Stone will speak
from the topic, “What Is Christian
ity?" at 11 a.m. At 8 p.m. the theme
will be “The Engraving Tools of
Trinity Methodist.
Rev. Dan L. Ennis will have for his
subject at 11 a.m. “Religious or Chris
tlon—Which?” At 8 p.m. he will con
tinue his messages to young people,
using the topic “Life’s Great Objec
The Church School Board will meet
Monday, 8. p.m. On Tuesday evening
the Women's Missionary Societies will
present a play, “Lady Minstrels From
Dixie.” Prayer service, Wednesday
The Butler Bible Class will have a
business meeting and social Thursday,
8 p m.
Wallace Memorial.
Dr. C. E. Hawthorne, who was un
able to preach last Sunday because of
Illness, will deliver the two sermons
tomorrow that he announced for last
Sunday. At the 11 o'clock service his
topic will be “The Lord’s Second Com
ing,” which concludes his message on
the Book of Zacharlah. At the eve
ning service at 8 o'clock the sermon
theme is “Nevertheless.”
Mt. Zion-Cedar Grove Baptist.
The pastor will preach Sunday on
“The Great Deluge.” Services will be
held at Mt. Zion at 10 a.m., and 11:30
a.m. at Cedar Grove. At 3 p.m. he
will preach on "The Goal of Chris
Cabin John-Concord M. E.
The sermon subject of Rev. Prank
Edwards Sutch will be "The World
Wide Need of the Gospel.”
At Cabin John, Sunday school at
10 a.m.; Church service at 8 p.m.
Turkey supper, Friday at Cabin John
School House.
At Concord, Sunday school at 2:15
pm.; church service at 3 p.m.
Good Will Baptist.
Dr. James L. Pinn will preach to
morrow morning on ‘‘Some Lessons
From the Flood." At 2 o'clock he will
conduct services at the District Jail.
In the evening his subject will be
'“Punng to Be Singular*
Chevy Chase M. E.
Rev. Edward G. Latch will give a
brief meditation on the Lord's supper
at the 11 o'clock service. Communion
will form part of the moning service.
The Young People will meet at 6:45
p.m. at the church, with the minister
leading the discussion period.
St. Mary’s Episcopal.
Holy communion will be celebrated
7:30 a.m., morning prayer and sermon
11 a.m. The organist will give an
organ recital from 7:30 to 8 p.m. The
evening service will begin at 8 p.m.
Rev. J. E. Elliott, rector of St. Luke's,
will preach. The music in this serv
ice will be sung by the choir of St.
Luke's Church.
“Human Solidarity” will be the sub
ject of a free public lecture at 8:15
p.m. at the United Lodge of
Theosophists, 709 Hill Building.
Study class Wednesday at 8:15 also
open to public. Free lending and ref
erence libraries available Tuesdays and
Thursdays, 5 to 6 o'clock, and Satur
days from 1 to 4.
Metropolitan Presbyterian.
Presbyterian Young People s day will
be observed tomorrow evening with a
special program entitled “Master I Will
Follow Thee.” The young people will
conduct the service at 6 pm. It will
be directed by Miss Jean Wertz. The
main address will be made by Harold
Davis on “How the Young People Will
Meet the Crying Needs of the Day."
At the morning service Dr. Freeley
Rohrer will preach on “A Missionary
Fifteenth Street Christian.
Holy communion at 11 o'clock. Ser
mon by Rev. Leslie L. Bowers on “As
We Forgive.” The young people of
the Alpha C. E. Society will conduct
the evening service at 8 o’clock In
celebration of Youth week, which be
gins Sunday.
Mount Bethel Baptist.
The guest speaker tomorrow at 11
a.m. is Dr. R. L. Harrison of Oordens
ville, Va. At 3 p.m. memorial serv
ice the pastor will preach. At 8 p.m.
Dr. R. L. Harrison will preach an
evangelistic sermon, and he will preach
each night through next week to Fri
day night.
Knox Presbyterian.
Services will be held at the Bible
Institute, 1316 Vermont avenue, to
morrow at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. In the
morning Rev. Leslie W. Sloat will
speak on “Regeneration," and in the
evening on “Bearing False Witness.”
Prayer meeting Thursday evening.
All persons are invited.
Vermont Avenue Baptist.
At 11 a.m. Rev. C. T. Murray will
preach on "Elijah’s Brook Dried Up.”
Baptizing and preaching at 8 p.m.
Friendship Baptist.
Rev. Roy Carter, blind evangelist,
is conducting a revival. He will preach
a special sermon Sunday at 11 a.m.
A service for women only will be held
at 3:30 pm. His farewell message
will be delivered at 8 pm.
Kehoboth Baptist.
Rev. Johnson's topic in the morning
will be "Is This Life Worth Living?”
In the afternoon Rev. William Weaver
will be the principal speaker for the
missionaries. At 8 pm. the theme
of the pastor's special sermon will be
Missionary Alliance.
"Sermon in Genesis” is the topic ot
the afternoon service at 808 1 street.
Evening evangelistic service in song
and sermon, 7:45 p.m.; young people's
hour, 6:45; Miss Ruth Horn, leader;
Miss G. Boren, speaker. Tuesday at
7:45 Bible study. 5804 Colorado ave
nue; Missionary meeting Thursday at
2028 North Capitol street, Mrs. M. B.
Birrel, director.
Plymouth Congregational.
The subject of the sermon of Rev.
Arthur D. Gray will be “The Pate of
Religion in the Modem World.” The
minister's class in Old Testament in
terpretation will meet Thursday at 8
Third Christian.
Rev. C. N. Williams will preach at
11 a.m.; Lord’s supper. The subject
of the sermon is "Three Natures.”
Bethesda Presbyterian.
Rev. John L. Parkes will preach to
morrow at 11 o'clock on "Pear, Duty,
Love” and at 8 p.m. on “The Medicine
of a Merry Heart.”
Wednesday at 8 p.m. the midweek
service will be held. The young people
and the Pioneers will hold their .usual
meetings at 7 o’clock.
People’s Congregational.
Rev. A. P. Elmes speaks tomorrow
morning on ‘The Primary Stakes of a
Man’s Ll'e.” The young people’s or
ganisation meets at 5 o'clock.
A midweek service, with the minister
in charge and preparatory to the com
munion, will be held Thursday night.
Metropolitan Memorial M. E.
Rev. William Andrew Keese will
preach tomorrow at 11 a.m. on “A
Charge Against the Church.” Prepa
rations are completed for the fifth an
niversary of the new sanctuary, the
National Church of Methodism, Feb
ruary 7.
Evangelist Crowley.
“Are Floods and Droughts the Be
ginning of God’s Judgment on the
Nation?" will be the subject of dis
cussion tomorrow at 8 o’clock by
Evangelist Dale Crowley, back-to-the
Bible crusader, at 311 East Capitol.
“A Nation Dances While Millions Are
In Distress.” will be the theme at 11
a.m. and the special prophetic mes
sage at 3 p.m. will be “The Catholic
Church and Communism in Proph
ecy.” The public is invited.
Gun ton Temple Memorial.
Dr. Bernard Braskamp will have as
the subject of his sermon at the 11
o’clock service, “The Groups Around
th’ Cross."
The young people’s meeting at 8:45
p.m. will be led by Marion Hinkle
and Lucius 8tee re.
Wisconsin Avenue Baptist
Rev. Clarence Ray Ferguson will
preach tomorrow at 11 o’clock service
on “Tested Foundations" and at 8 p.m.
on “The Earth.” Prayer as found
in the Bible book of Deuteronomy will
be studied Thursday at 8 p.m.
St. Mark’s Lutheran.
At the 11 a m. service the message
will be given by Page McK. Etchison,
secretary of the Y. M. C. A.
The subject for the Luther League
at 6:30 is “Our Lutheran Church in
China and Our Opportunity.” Leader,
Miss Isabelle Bauserman.
The church council will meet
Wednesday at 8 p.m.
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Confirmation Instruction
to fee Given at St. Thomas
Confirmation classes at St. Thomas’
Episcopal Church will be held Satur
days, at 9:30 a.m., beginning today, for
boys and girls, and classes for adults
will meet Sundays, at 8 p.m., beginning
These will be conducted by the rec
tor, Dr. Howard S. Wilkinson, and
will consist of an address and ques
tionnaire of "The Episcopal Church—
Her Ministry, Service and Sacra
At Home”
Is Subject
Dr. Rasmussen An
nounces Sermon for
Tomorrow Morning.
r\R. CARL C. RASMUSSEN, pastor
of Luther Place Memorial Church,
announces "Religion Begins at Home"
as the theme of his sermon tomorrow
at the 11 o'clock service.
Leo D. O. Wiemer, jr., president of
the Intermediate Luther League, will
lead the 6 o'clock group In its consid
eration of the book "African Bridge
Mrs. Martha Eberly, president of the
: Ladies’ Aid Society, announces a
luncheon Wednesday at 12:30 in the
! church parlors.
The Church Council will meet at the
parsonage Wednesday evening.
Rev. Edgar D. Ziegler, assistant pas
tor, will continue his studies on
"Prophets of the Old Testatment"
Thursday at 7:50 p.m. His subject
this week will be "Jeremiah, the
Prophet of Personal Religion.”
The Young People's Fellowship will
meet in the church parlors Tuesday
evening for an educational program.
Dr. Miers to Sum Up
Happenings at Fourth
Presbyterian Church.
On the last Sunday of the month
at the evening service in Fourth Pres- !
byterian Church the minister. Dr.
James H. Miers, will give a study of1
the happenings during the month.
The morning subject tomorrow will be
"Building for Eternity With God.”
Dr. Miers will continue his discus
sion Monday at 7:45 of the second
: coming teaching of Jesus Christ.
Wednesday evening the Session meets.
Thursday evening there will be an
old-fashioned prayer meeting, old
hymns, testimony and prayer.
Who will be the principal
speaker at the sixth annual
banquet of the Yaden Men’s
Class and the Philathea La
dies’ Class of Petworth Bap
tist Church next Tuesday, in
the Sunday school auditor
ium, Seventh and, Randolph
“ Walking in Galilee ”
Topic at Memorial
United Church.
At Memorial United Brethren
Church tomorrow Dr. Simpson B.
Daugherty will preach at 11 a m. on
‘‘Walking in Galilee.” Junior Church
and C. E. at the same time. The
young people will have a tea and get
together at 6 o'clock with a brief busi
ness meeting at 6:30 and the devo
tional period at 7 o’clock. The Inter
mediates will meet at 7 o’clock. At 8
o’clock the minister will preach on
“What We Take With Us "
The Nedla Class will sponsor an il
lustrated travel talk on Greece and
the Holy Land Tuesday. The speaker
will be Miss Helen Le Fevre Lyon, a
trustee of the International Society
of C. E. Richard Wagner will give an
organ recital from 8 to 8:15.
Following the devotional period
Thursday, members will study the
book "When Love Dictates the Tithe.”
A meeting of the Official Board will
be held Thursday evening following
the prayer service.
“A Church of the Maxi
mums” and “Good Earth”
to Be Discussed.
Dr. P. B Harris will preach tomor
row at 11 a m. in Foundry M. E.
Church on "A Church of the Maxi
mums" and at 8 p.m. on "Good
Mrs. Harry L. Underwood is hostess
for the luncheon meeting of the Hay
wood Class of the church school at 1
p.m. Wednesday at her home, 2800
Ontario road.
Dr. Harris will conclude the review
of Dr. Henry Smith Leiper's book on
"Christ's Way and the World's” at
the service Thursday at 8 p.m. Be
ginning with Ash Wednesday, a series
of Lenten services, with guest preach
ers. will be held on Wednesday, which
will take the place of the midweek
A supper, sponsored by the young
people of the church school, will be
held Friday in the main dining room.
The annual meeting of the Board of
Managers of the Chinese Community
Church was held at the Far East Res
taurant last Wednesday. The follow
ing officers, committee chairmen and
trustees were elected:
Executive Committee: Chairman,
Rev. J. Raymond Mills; vice chair
man. Dr. T. G. Ho; secretary. Miss
Clara Borjes; treasurer. Mrs. W. A.
McMillan; chairman of Finance Com
mittee, Harvey Goddard; chair
man of Building Committee. Eliot
Thomson; chairman of Publicity Com
mittee. Thomas S. Settle: chair
man of Co-operating Council, Mrs. F.
F. Holsopple.
Board of Trustees: Charles Delmar,
Wu Fong. Mrs. Eugene V. Pugh. Mrs.
George A. Ross and Thomas Settle.
A report was submitted by the pas
tor, Rev. C. C. Hung. It showed
there were more than 800 Chinese
in Washington in need of church af
filiation. For the first year 121 have
been enrolled in the Chinese Sunday
school, 13 have been received into
the church. Services are held in the
Mount Vernon Place M. E. Church
Rev. William E. La Rue, pastor of
Takoma Park Baptist Church, will
preach tomorrow morning on "Spir
itual Values.”
Robert Sutton will present the sub
ject ef "Baptism” at the meeting of the
young people at 6:30 p.m. At 7:45
p.m. the service will be under the
auspices of the Ladles’ Aid Society
In recognition of its sixteenth anni
The Men's Bible Class will hold
a social and business meeting at the
home of John Walker, 336 Walnui
street, Wednesday evening.
The Seminary Singers, a male chorus
of 40 picked voices, from Boston Uni
versity, will give a concert at a vesper
service at 4 o’clock February 7.
Rev. W. C. White to
Preach Two Sermons.
At St. John’s Episcopal Church,
Sixteenth and H streets, the preacher
at 9:30 and 11 a.m. tomorrow will be
Rev. William Curtis White, curate.
The choir of men and boys, under
the direction of Arthur Howes, will
An auxiliary volunteer choir pro
vides the music for the 9:30 service.
Rev. James F. Madison, curate, will
ijSIlflh 4fc |M-MVUM tfndofc
Topic by Dr.
'Whose Is the Battle?''
Is Sermon at Cove
nant-First Church.
"^THOSE Is the Battle?” will be the
subect of Dr. Albert Joseph
McCartney’s sermon tomorrow morn
ing at the Covenant-First Presby
terian Church. The Covenant Fellow
ship will have a book review In the
evening on Dr. E. Stanley Jones'
■’Victorious Living” under the leader
ship of Robert Crites. The Westmin
ster Club will discuss "What? Me? A
Missionary?” under the direction of
Alexander Drysdale. The intermediate
group, which meets from 5:45 to 6:15,
will discuss "What Is the Purpose of
the Church?” led by John Van der
Veer. The young people meet In the
chapel for supper and social period
from 6 to 7 o’clock.
Miss Thurston’s Class for Women
Will discuss "Stock-taking in Life”
tomorrow at $:45 a.m.
The Ladies’ Aid Society of Peck
Chapel will serve a turkey dinner
Wednesday from 5 to 7 o’clock.
Midweek service Thursday from 5
to 6 o’clock.
The usual monthly dinner has been
dispensed with for the present. The
Session will meet Thursday at 7:30
o'clock in the pastor’s study.
Annual Dinner Benefit for
Home to Be Held on
Plans have been completed for the
following laymen and clergymen at
guest speakers at St. Paul’s Church,
Rock Creek Parish, during Lent at the
respective Wednesday evening serv
ices, Sunday morning services and at
the sessions of the adult Bible class:
Canon Anson Phelps Stokes. Rev. A.
R. Cartmell, Rev. D. W. Salford, Rev.
J. P. Madison. Rev. H. Fairfield Butt,
Rev. W. H. Plumley, Rev. Calvert E.
Buck. Rev. Clyde Brown. Rev. A. C.
Zabriskie. Mr. James R. Kirkland and
Dr. W. Sinclair Bowen.
The annual turkey dinner for th*
benefit of the Episcopal Home for
Children will be held in the parish
house next Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m.
A reorganization of the Brotherhood
of St. Andrew will be effected at thi
parish house Monday evening of the
young men between the ages of 11
and 25.
The teachers and officers of the
church school will meet Wednesday
evening to make plans for the Lenten
Rev. Dr. Bohanan will be the
celebrant at holy communion tomor
row at 8:30 and preach the sermon al
11 o’clock. The Young People's Fel
lowship will meet at 7 p.m.
Holy Comforter Chapel Mission will
observe family Sunday with mornini
prayer and sermon by Rev. Wllliart
L. Mayo, minister in charge. At I
o’clock in the evening there will be
evening prayer and address.
Social Event Will Follow
Evening Service
Rev. A. P. Shirkey's theme tomor
row morning at Francis Asbury M. E
Church is “The Christ Way’’"and In
| the evening “Transfigured Lives."
I After the evening service the congre
1 gation is Invited to attend the fellow
ship tea.
The Board of Stewards will meet
Monday at 8 p.m. The pastor will
| leave Monday for Covington, Va„
j where he will hold a revival service
i dally next week at Granbery Memo
I rial M. E. Church South. He will be
back Saturday and will preach both
! services on next Sunday.
The Ladies’ Class will serve a turkey
dinner Thursday from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
Prayer service at 8 p.m. Thursday
j will be sponsored by the Men’e Bible
, Class. Its teacher, Tracy L. Jeffords,
j will be the speaker.
The Men's Bible Class will be ad
dressed tomorrow by Charles West,
i Undersecretary of the Interior, al
9:30 a.m.
The young people meet at 6:45 p.m,
j Sunday.
At St. Paul’* Lutheran Church to
morrow the pastor. Dr. Henry W. Sny
der, will use as the theme of his morn
ing sermon "A Thom in the Flesh."
At the evening service the topic o)
the discourse will be “Half Salvation."
The annual father-and-son dinner
sponsored by the Men's Club, will b«
held Friday at 6:30. Martin A. Mor
rison of the Federal Trade Commis
sion will speak and special feature!
will be presented by Arthur Oodfrej
and Arch McDonald.
The annual dinner of the Inner Mis
sion Society will be held at the Church
of the Reformation Friday at 6:30.
Christian Endeavor
Dr. Perry Mitchell of Clarendon,
Va.. will be guest speaker at the an
nual Endeavor banquet Friday, Feb
ruary 5 at 6 p.m. at Calvary Baptist
Church. Mrs. L. C. Oreene, In charge
of arrangements, will receive all reg
istrations up to Monday.
Christian Endeavor week opens to
morrow in the churches of Washing
ton, with services in many churches,
sponsored by the young people’s groups
Observance of the fifty-sixth anni
versary of the founding of Christian
Endeavor will be climaxed next Sun
Seniors of Keller Memorial Lutheran
are planning a blind pig bowling
match for next week. Particulars
will be available at the society rail)
tomorrow at 6:4$ .,.m.
Richard Saunders will lead First
Brethren seniors in discussing th«
theme “Our Great Commission.” at
6:46 pm. The group will lead thi
evening worship service of the churct*
with Russell Bloi-iberg in charge.
Rev. Whiting will address tlu
young people's rally February 7 at
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