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‘SIMPLE GOSPEL’
Dr. John W. Rustin Will Dis
cuss Theme Tomorrow
Morning.
Dr. John W. Rustin, pastor of
Mount Vernon Place M. E. Church
South, will preach tomorrow morning
on "The Simple Gas pel" and in the
•veiling on "Religious Certainty.”
Mrs. Ida Rhodes Groover will speak
on "A Council Writes a Creed” before
the adult division. Dwight L. Crays
will give a talk on "Is Brotherhood
Possible?" at the 7 p.m. service of
the younger adults.
Members will join with Calvary
Baptist, First Congregational and Na
tional City Christian Church in a
union Thanksgiving service at the
National City Christian Church Thurs
day at 11 a.m.
The Relief Committee is arranging
for the distribution of Thanksgiving
baskets through Philip T. Harpine,
chairman, and Mrs. J. D. Ford.
The Mount Vernon School of Music
will sponsor a series of four lectures
on “Two Thousand Years of Music”
in connection with the music appre
ciation classes held each Tuesday at
5 pm. These lectures, covering the
period dating from 400 B. C. up to
and including the period of Bach, will
be given by Edward C Potter, na
tionally recognized musicologist, and
he will illustrate with authenticated
recordings.
COMMUNION MUSIC
Men and Boys to Sing at St. Ste
phen and Incarnation.
The music at the 10:30 o'clock com
munion service on Thanksgiving Day
at the Church of St. Stephen and the
Incarnation will be provided by the
choir of men and
boys under the
direction of Sher
man J. Kreuz
burg. M. A, or
ganist and choir
master.
The Prichard
communion serv
ice will be sung.
The introit an
them used is
5 r e t c hamnoff's
"Come and Let
tls Worship.” a
musical setting of
a portion of the s } KrtatbuTf.
Russian liturgy.
Master David Schreiner will sing an
offertory solo, ''Service,” by Harvey
Gaul.
UNION SERVICE
The Annual Union Thanksgiving
service of the Brookland. Langdon and
Woodridge Churches will he held in
the Brookland M. E. Church, of
which Dr. J. W. Gillon is pastor, No
vember 25 at 10 a.m. Coleman Jen
nings will be the speaker.
The churches participating are
Brookland Baptist, Langdon Meth
odist, Episcopalian Church of Our
Savior, St. Stephen's Evangelical,
Lutheran and Brookland Methodist.
Activities
(Continued From Page B-6.) _
St 8:15 prayer and problem hour at
the same address. Thursday at 2
p.m. healing and prayer sendee.
Christian Witness League.
There will be a special "welcome
home” service tomorrow at 4 o'clock
at 1322 Vermont avenue for the Rev.
Arthur G. Slaght, director of the
league. Mr. Slaght has just returned
from Foxboro, Mass., where he held
evangelistic meetings.
The prayer service will be h°ld
Monday evening at 1829 Sixteenth
street’N.W. The Rev. Mr. Slaght
will be the speaker.
Yogoda Society.
The public is invited to hear Brah
machari Jotin of Calcutta. India, to
morrow evening in the chapel. 1758
Columbia road N.W. The subject will
be “The Immortal Soul.” There will
be no meeting of the class in the
study of the Bhagavad Gita this week
nn account of the Thanksgiving holi
day. The class will meet December 2.
Totomac Heights Community.
At 11 a.m. tomorrow the Rev. O. J.
Randall will preach on ‘‘Tne Just
Shall Live by Faith—Is It Still True?”
Thanksgiving sendees will be held at
10:3(1 a.m. Thursday, when the pastor
will speak on “The President's Procla
mation.”
Divine Science.
"Thanksgiving" is the subject of
the Rev. Grace Lightfoot Patch for
her lesson-sermon tomorrow at 11
a m. On Thursday at 8 pm. she
continues with "The Healing Con
sciousness.”
Open Door Church.
Sunday morning the pastor will
continue the subject of “Tne Faith
Life of Noah” and Sunday night a
gospel message. At 7 p.m. the young
people have a program consisting of
Bible study.
Christian Reincarnation.
Services wdll be held tomorrow' a.t
7:30 p.m. at 717 Eleventh Street N.W.
Dr. H. H. Burr will give demonstra
tions of psychic phenomena through
authentic signatures from beyond. The
subject of his lecture for the evening
Will be "The Psychic Plane of Love.”
Presbyterian Ministers.
The Presbyterian Ministers’ Associa
tion of Washington and Vicinity will
meet in the New York Avenue Pres
byterian Church Monday at 11 am.
The subject to be discussed is “Mar
riage and Divorce." The Rev. Peter
Marshall, the Rev. James D. Buhrer
and the Rev. Robert M. Skinner will
lead in the discussion.
Hnilartatt
ALL SOILS'
CHURCH
I6*and Harvard
Minister
Ulysses C B Pierce
O.D
0:45 a m.—Church School
11:00 a m.—Morning Worship
“THE UNHAMPERED FAITH.”
5:00 p m.—Program of Cesar Franck
Music.
5:30 p.m.—Book Chat
“Life and Death of a Spanish Town.”
7.30 p.m—Motion Picture Hour.
“QFALITY STREET.”
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HANDEL MUSIC LISTED
‘•How to Be Brave'’ to Be Topic
at Metropolitan M. E.
At Metropolitan Memorial M. E.
Church tomorrow at 11 a m. the Rev.
William Andrew Keese will preach on
“How to Be Brave.” a men’s choir
will sing Handel’s “Largo.”
At 4:30 p.m. the Students’ Christian
Association of American University
will conduct Thanksgiving vespers,
with all young people invited.
The national Thanksgiving service
will be held Thursday, the minister
preaching on “Thanksgiving in These
Times.”
I
_ I
Miss Irene A. Wright Will
Speak Tomorrow at All
Souls’ Church.
Miss Irene A. Wright, who has
lived in Spain for more than 25 years,
i will review "The Life and Death of
1 a Spanish Town” at a book chat at
| All Souls' Unitarian Church at 5 :30 )
I p.m. tomorrow. It is to be preceded
I at 5 o'clock by a half-hour recital
j of Cesar Franck music by Lewis C.
j Atwater, organist, assisted by Mrs,
i Henry’ T. Parrett, soprano.
At the 11 o'clock service Dr. Ulysses
G. B. Pierce will preach on "The Un- j
hampered Faith."
The church school at 9:45 has)
arranged a special service in memory I
of Dr. Jesse Benjamin, teacher in
the school more than 30 years, who |
died this week.
The young people at 6:45 will con
tinue the discussion of the Far Eastern
situation with a talk by T. L. Tsui
of the Chinese Embassy.
On Thanksgiving Day at 11 am.
i this church will join in the union 1
j Thanksgiving service at the Univer
I salist National Memorial Church.
RECTOR TO SPEAK
TWICE TOMORROW
“Trouble in Toyland" to Be Morn
ing Topic and “The Tragic
Twilight” at 8 P.M.
The Ret . Peter Marshall, minister
of the New York Avenue Presbyterian
| Church, will ha\e for his subject to
I morrow morning, "Trouble in Toy
j land,” and at 8 p.m„ ' The Tragic Twi
light.”
The Tuxis Group will meet in the
parish hall at 7 o'clock under the
leadership of Mr. Ciav Cook. The
topic for discussion will be "Apprecia
tion.”
Thanksgiving Dav service' will be
i observed at 11 o'clock. The Rev. Mr.
Marshall will deliver the meditation,
j having for his subject, "Where Are j
j the Nine?”
“FUEL OF GOD”
“The Fuel of God" will be the Sun
! day morning subject of the Rev.
Henry J. Smith, at Petworth Baptist
Church, and in the evening, “Giving
Fife a Lift.-’ The church begins iu
silver anniversary exercises next Sun
day, with appropriate sermons by the
pastor. Tuesday night is community
night, with George W. Potter in
charge; Wednesday night, thp Asso
ciation of Baptist Churches will be in
charge; Thursday n;sht will be
church night, with Herbert W. Lud- |
w ig in charge, at which time former i
pastors will speak. On Friday night, !
with Arthur G. Cole in charge, will be
Sunday school and young people's
night, when moving pictures and
stereopticons of the progress of the
church in 25 years will be shown.
SERMONS SELECTED
Rev. W. S. Abernethy Will
Preach Twrice at Calvary Baptist. !
The Rev. IV. S. Abernethy, pastor j
of Calvary Baptist Church, will preach :
tomorrow morning on “What Shall \
I Render Unto the Lord?" and in the \
evening on “The Castaway.”
The Rev. Frank E. Johnston, jr.,
will conduct the junior church service
at 11 o'clock, assisted by L. C. Greene.
The prayer service will bp discon
tinued on account of Thanksgiving.
I
SELF-REALIZATION
FELLOWSHIP
BRAMAOIARI JOTIN
of India
The Immortal Soul
November II. I»:i7. 8 PM.
17*8 COLUMBIA RI). N.W.
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The White Cross Church of Christ
1810 Ontario Place N.W.
Divine Services Sunday, Nov. 21
1 1 a m. All Welcome
REV. JANE B. COATES, Pastor
"WHAT IS MAN?"
Followed by Healing and Problem Hour.
Wednesday 8:15 p.m.. Problem and Heal
ing hour. Subject:
“WHY PR AYERS I AIL.”
DR. COATES can be reached Col. •
spiritual Printer
Church
of Spiritual
Science
Dr. Z. A. Wright,
_J. Bishop
1011 nth St. N.W. (Pythian Temple)
SUNDAY SERVICE—7:30 o.m.
ADDRESS BY OK. ROBERT MERCER
Bv Associate Minister
fn „ MESSAGES TO ALL.
gr R „H* MerS*r- M. McFarland.
| J**7' Mansfield. Dr. A. Frederick.
! Dr z* A Wright and Rev. O. Evans. j
Please Come Early and Brine a Friend.
You Are Cordially Invited to Attend.
Seances at the home chapel. 150 N J
Ave S V.. Mon. Wed. and Frl. at 8 p.m.
Private Interviews Daily Lincoln 10027
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Christian Reincarnation Church,
DR H. HAMID-BI RK. Trader
World-Known Spiritual Healer
Service Sunday. 7:30 p.m.
FIRST TIME IN WASHINGTON
Startling Pi oofs of Psychic
Communications (Press Invited).
Among the spirits who gave evidence
of their presence through authentic sig
natures. in full light, at our Iasi serv
ice were George Washington. John
Hancock. John Marshall. Abraham Lin
coln. Woodrow Wilson. W. M. Thtwk
eray.
“THF ONLY PSYCHIC EVIDENCE NOT
S CONTESTED BY HOUDINI.”
1 Lecture f
“THE PSYCHIC PLANE OF LOVE.”
| Full Messages to All
Spiritual Consultations. Healing. Daily
Psychic Development Classes
717 Eleventh Street N.W. MEtro. 8129.
_
GRACE LUTHERAN
Theme of ‘‘Christian Reli
gion in Today’s World” to
Be Developed Tomorrow.
Sunday's services at Grace Lutheran
Church, as a part of the church’s
planned program for an “anniversary
rear.” will develop the theme: “The
Christian Religion in Today's World.”
The special subject is “Finding Joy in
Christian Effort” and will be delivered
oy Dr. Gerhard E. Lenski at 11 a m.
The chorus choir will sing "The Mes
senger of Peace,” by Scott, and Kath
leen Schlup, contralto, will sing the
offertory, “Peace Be Unto Thee,” by
Harker.
The church school at 9:45 will pre
sent a Thanksgiving service. Allen
Ortol and Mary Cappelman will tell
Why I Am Thankful This Year.”
rhere will also be an address by the
pastor. Fruits, food and gifts of other
unds will be brought and later pre
sented to institutions in the city.
The Junior Luther League will
unit its meeting Sunday evening and
nstead will go on a hike. Members
Hill gather at the church at 2:30
pin. and will return at 5:30 for;
nipper. Dr. Arthur Jerst a *, w ill lead
in the hike.
A community Thanksgiving service
Hill be held in the church Thanks
giving Day, 11 am. The President's
proclamation will be rv d by a Gov- |
eminent official. There will be a spe- i
rial musical program and a sermon I
ay the pastor.
SPECIAL SERVICE
FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
_
Dr. G. G. Martin Will Preach on
“The Day Challenges
Youth.”
Dr. G. G. Martin, pastor of Ep
wortii M. E. Church South, will preach
tomorrow morning on "The Day Chal
lenges Youth.” This .serviep will he
for the especial benefit, of the young
people. At a p.m. he will take as his
subject "After Vanishing Visions—
What?”
The young people will meet at 7
p m.
• Mrs. Fred E. Nelson is in charge
of the collection of coupons for the
benefit of the Home for Aged and In
firm at Gaithersburg, Md.
Thp annual union Thanksgiving
service will be held in Epworth
Church at 10:30 Thanksgiving. The
Rev. J. H. Mumper of the Keller
Memorial Lutheran Church will
preach.
The midweek prayer meeting will
be omitted.
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MRS. MASON TO GIVE
LECTURE SERIES HERE
Evangelist to Open Two-Week
Services at Lewis M. P. Church
on November 28.
Mrs. Coretta J. Mason, evangelist,
s ill conduct a two-week lecture series
it the Lew is Memorial M. P. Church
November 28 to December 12. Services
will be held each day at 8 p.m. except
Saturdays, and on Sundays at 11 a.m.
ffid 8 p.m.
Mrs. Mason started in active evan
gelistic work in March. 1924, m a
Billy Sunday meeting. So greatly in
lemand is Mrs. Mason that she has
definite engagements for the next two
years.
i'pintualirit
Progressive Church of Spiritualism
tYill hold services in Masonic Hal! at 523
"'ll St N.E. on Sunday. Nov. 1 4, at 8
3 m. Stances on Thursday at The home <
nape;, (it; Randolph P. N.W. Rev. Agnes,
Titfcrinan and Rev. Catherine Hickerson.
’ Adams St. N.E POtomac .Vi IX.
Psychic Science Church of Christ
1379 Irving St. N.W.
REV. (,. D. KLINEFELTER. Pastor.
S ;uci;«y. a p.m - Messages alter Lecture.
MESSAGE SI ANTE EVERY WEI). 8 P M.
I>r Klinefelter Gives Advice by APPOINT
MENT. Phone Adams !!»;;. *
MYSTIC CHURCH OF CHRIST
Services Sunday and Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Healing and Consultation daily 13 to 6
p.m. Healing each meeting. 7 to 8 p.m.
DR. I E. DONt’EEE, Teacher.
_ 1312 R. I. Ave. N.W. •
MRS. RIZPAH ELDON
1331? Mass. Ave. N.W. (Over Drug StoreL
Spiritualist message meeting Mondays. 8
>.m._Consultations daily. •
Rev. Mrs. Carol E. McKinstry
1312 Gallatin St. N.W’.. at 5000
Block of 11th St.
Under authority of
The General Assembly of Sviritualist*
' Blessed are thev that mourn, for they
shall he comforted." Matt. 5.1.
Message Meetings Tues. and Erl. eves.,
8 n.m. Public welcome. All reached,
fieorgia 6563. •
LONGLEY MEMORIAL
3423 Holmead Place N.W.
Between 13th and 11th at Neutnn St,
Sundoy, Nov. 21, at 8 P.M. *
Lecture by Rev. D. J. Cove
_ NO M ESS AG E SERVICE THURSDAY. *
Unity Spiritualist Church
1326 Moss. Ave. N.W.
Sunday at X P.M.
Lecture by
RF.V. HARRY P. STACK.
Spirit Greetings by the mediums of the
church.
MRS. ZOE EGGERS.
Apt. 51. 1121 K St. N.W. DI. 1519
Readings by Appointment.
Mess. Cir. 3rd Thurs. Every Month. 8 pm.

Fraternal Spiritualist Church
1329 N St. N.W.
REV. OTTO PENTER, Teacher
Lecture Sunday. 8 P.M.
“Fellowship of Spiritual Truth”
Message Meeting Tuesday, 8 P.M.
The First Spiritualist Church
Services at the Psychic Center.
131 C Street N.E.. Sunday. 8 P.M.
Lecture by the Pastor
REV, ALFRED H. TERRY
Subject:
"WHY DO THE DEAD RETURN?"
Followed by Spirit Messages.
HEALING AND PROSPERITY
Service for All.
Come Early for Seats.
Seats Free. All Welcome. •
The Church of
Two Worlds
INCORPORATED
Hotel Continental
Facing Capitol Plaza
! Rev. H. Gordon Burroughs
Minister
Sunday, 8 p.m., Address by the Minister
Subject:
“THANKSGIVING”
Wednesday, 8 p.m.. Message Service
-
EPIPHANY CHURCH
Holy Communion to Be Celebrated
at 8 A.M.
The services at the Church of the
Epiphany tomorrow will be holy com
munion at 8 a.m.; morning prayer,
litany anti sermon by the rector, Dr.
Z. B. Phillips, at 11 a.m. Dr. Phillip*
will have as his sermon subject "The
Lesser and Greater Loyalties in Life.”
At 6:30 p.m, the Young People’s
Fellowship will meet in the Willard
room. The special preacher at the
service of evensong at 8 p.m. will be
the Rev. Christian M. Young, rector
emeritus of Trinity Church, Takoma
Park, D. C.
Thanksgiving day there will be a
celebratiien of the holy communion at
8 a.m. At 11 o'clock there will be the
usual festival service, with special
music, and a Thanksgiving Day ser
mon by Dr. Phillips, whose sermon
subject will be "The Obligations of
Citizenship.” '
DR. F. W. PERKINS
SELECTS SERMON
■Thankful for What!" Will Be
Theme at Tomorrow Morn
ing's Service.
"Thankful for What?” will be the
subject of Dr. Frederick W. Perkins’
sermon at the Universalist National
Memorial Church tomorrow at 11
o'clock.
The speaker at the Adult Forum at
10:15 will be Mrs. Prescott on "Health
Examination and Inspection in the
Public Schools.”
The monthly book review luncheon
will be held Tuesday at, 1 o'rlork,
when Mrs. H. Lyle Campbell will re
view7 "And So-Victoria.”
A union Thanksgiving service will
Ire held in this church Thanksgiving
Day at 11 o'clork with All Soul's Uni
tarian. Latter Day Saints. Cleveland
Park Community. Columbia Heights
Christian, Francis Asbury M. E„ and
Mount Pleasant Congregational
Churches. The sermon will be by
Frank Evans, president of the Eastern
States Mission of the Church of Lat
ter Day Saints.
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
Love and Loyalty Sunday to Be
Celebrated.
St. Paul's Church, Rock Creek
Parish, will commemorate tomorrow at
11a m. its annua] service in the name
of lo\e and loyalty Sunday. A commit
tee of 150 has been making visitations
the past four weeks, giving invitations
to this special service. Dr, P. J. Bo
hanan has also been making calks. He
will preach the sermon. He will be
assisted by the Rev. Robert L. Jones,
assistant minkster.
Holy communion ks at 8:30 a.m.
(Christian ^rintrr
Christian Science
CHURCHES OF CHRIST
SCIENTIST
Branches of The Mother Church,
The First Church of Christ
Scientist, Boston, Mass.
hirst Church of Christ Scientist
Columbia Rd. and Euclid S'.
Second Church of Christ Scientist
111 C St. N E
Third Church of Christ Scientist
1 ith and L Sis. N.W.
Fourth Church of Christ Scientist
ltith and Meridian N.W,
SUBJECT
“SOUL AND BODY”
SERVICES—
Sunday. 11 AM. and R PM.
Sunday School— l 1 A.M
WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETING_
K o clock
Thanksgiving Service. II A M. Subject.
Thanksgiving 1
RADIO PROGRAMS SUNDAY
WJ.i AM STATION WJSV.
READING ROOMS
FIRST CHURCH-730 17th St
N.W. Hours 9 to 9 (except
Wednesdays, 9 to 7, and Sun
days and holidays, 2:30 to 5:30)
SECOND CHURCH—111 C St.
N.E. Hours, 12 to 5;30 p.m.
week days. 2:30 to 5:30 Sun
days and holidays.
THIRD CHURCH—Coloradc
Bldg., 14th and G Sts. Hours,
9 to 9 (Wednesdays, 9 to 7:30
and Sundays and holidays, 2
to 6t.
FOURTH CHURCH—Tivoli Bldg.
3313 14th St., 9 to 9 week days;
Wednesdays, 9:30 to 7; Sun
days, 2:30'to 5:30 p.m. Holi
days, 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.
All are welcome to attend our church
sere ices and use our readjn o _room s.
First Church of Christ Scientist
FAST FAILS CHtRCH. VA.
At Little Falls Street Station
Sunday Services and Sunday School
I n a m.
1 Wednesday Services. £ P.M.
Reading Room in Masonic Temple
Building on Lee Highway
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Alexandria. Va. George Mason Hotel
Sunday Service and Sunday School. 11 a.m
! __Wednesday Service. 8 P.M._
pHHitittr (Chrifitiamtg
National (Hhurrit of
positim* (Ctjriotianitg
Dr. G. F. Fraser, Pastor
1726 H St. N.W.
Sunday. Nov. 21, 1937 *
11:00 a m.—"The Eternity of Matter.'*
8:00 p m.—"Who Created the Devil?’* !
Wednesday. Nov. 24, 1937.
j 8;00 p.m.—"The Cycles Explained.'*
(Illustrated.)
Classes Wednesday Instead of Monday.
ALL CLASSES FREE. •
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Union ^rrnirr
UNION
THANKSGIVING
SERVICE
Thanksgiving Day
Morning, 10 O’Clock, the
Following Churches
Invite You to Worship
AT THE
.United Brethren Church
N. Cap. at R St.
Bethany Baptist
Eckington Presbyterian
Lincoln Rd. Methodist Episcopal
R. I. Ave. Methodist Protestant
United Brethren
Preacher
Rev. Henry B. Wooding
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MORAL INTEGRITY
TO BE DISCUSSED
Need for It Is Subject of
Dr. Russell J. Clinchy
Tomorrow.
"The Cry for Moral Integrity”
will be the subject of the sermon by
Dr. Russell J. Clinchy, minister of
the Mount Pleasant Congregational
Church, tomorrow morning. At 8
pm. the chorus’ first musical evening
of the season will feature Sir Joseph
Barnby's cantata, "Rebekah,” a beau
tiful lyrical aetting of the Bible story
of the love of Isaac and Rebekah.
The solo parts will be rendered by
Evelina Evans Clinchy < prano; Ray
mond T. Pigott, tenoi, ,nd Carroll E.
Robb. bass.
The Adult Forum will have as its
speaker at 10 o'clock James G. Yaden,
chief of the examining division of the
Civil Service Commission. His sub
ject will be “The Work and Object of
the Civil Service Commission.”
The Young People's Forum and the
discussion group will meet at 6 o’clock,
after which the latter will continue its
consideration of the subject ’Recre
ation."
‘‘The Galley Slave of Congressmen”
is the subject upon which Dr. Arthur
D. Call, secretary of the American
Peace Society and Editor of World
Affairs, will lecture on Monday eve
ning for the benefit of the Brother
hood of Service.
The union Thanksgiving service will
be held at the Universallst National
Memorial Church on Thursday at 11
o’clock. One of the Boston officials
of the Church of Latter-day Saints
will preach.
Society of Washington, D. C.
1326 Eye Street N.W.
Rev. George F. Sheldon, Leader
§v5" i?nS°Am- *?d * n° ,p m —Sermon,
t A?. r m — "Lessons in Truth.”
Wen . * 00 p.m—Prayer Service.
Center Open Daily. Except Holidays, j
_ UNITY Literature for Sale.
r "w
NEW COLONIAL HOTEL
Authorized Washington Center
I MARtJARET ANN FELDT. leader.
’ "A Rich Harvest."
i S>2 ■ SJ :;M«‘er ( lav. Lesson,.”
”ed>. 8 P 11 — Effectual Prayer.”
| Phone District 31.38. •
u-rulh #rrutrrfl
A TRUTH CENTER
MRS. APPEF.TON. leader.
1713 K Street N.W.
l“n' 1> I1'1 » m —• He.eki.h Healed."
WVH ' t l mRZ£5*"d,.'*..,n Afnumre.”
Thm.3 Pn ,n n>n,m"- Llvinr.
-Th. i 15— Lessons in Healin*.”
j Tues. A Thurs., C-o. Wed., 4-f, p.m. •
Virginia Neuhausel
Founder and Director
UNIVERSAL
SCHOOL OF TRUTH
Conducts Services
Sunday, November 21, at 8 P.M.
"Giving 1$ the True Low
of Receiving"
Thur*.. Thanksgiving Night. » P M. j
L.1MU.^klat PRINCIPLE OF PRAISE.
THANKSr.IMNT. AND GRATITUDE.”
Public Invited. Love Offering.
907 15th St. N.W.
303 Insurance Bldg. •
$rrflhytrrtan
CHEVY CHASE
Chew Chase Circle
Dr. J. Hillman Hollister, Minister.
9.30 A.m. to 10:50 a m. and 12 noon—
Church School
9 15 . m —The Clyde Kelly Bible Class.
J 1 .90 a m.—“God and Man in the Same
Picture.”
Gunton-Temple Memorial
16th and Newton Sts.
Rev. Bernard Braskamp, D. D., Minister
9 45 a m.—Church School.
llj'Oam—Sermon by Dr Braskamp.
“THE REALITY OF GOD S PRESENCE”
6.45 p.m—Young People s Meeting.
Thuri., 10:30 a.m., Thanksgiving
! Service. Sermon by Mr. Bras
kamp. Special music.
SERVICE FRANCAIS
Newr York Avenue Chureh
New York Ave.. 13th and H Sts. N.W.
A. F. Liotard. Pasteur de la Congregation
Francalse.
Dimanrhe a 4 h.. Dr. F. Yurpillot.
‘.1e«us prit les pains et rendit graces.**
GEORGETOWN
(Founded 1780>
P Street near 31st Street N.W.
REV. ROBERT M. SKINNER. Minister.
9:45 a.m.—Church 8chool.
11:00 a.m—Morning Worship. Sermon
„ „ by Dr. L. George Paik.
5 30 p m—Junior C. E.
6:45 p.m.—Intermediate and 8«nlor
_C E
EASTERN
Md. Ave. & Sixth St, N.E.
j Alfred E. Barrows, D. D., Pastor
11:00 a.m.—“The Virtue of Thanksgiv
ing.”
9:30 a.m.—Bible School.
7:45 p.m.—Thanksgiving Program by
the Senior C. E.
CHORUS CHOIR.
TAKOMA PARK CHURCH
MENDELSSOHN PROGRAM
Hev. R. Paul Schearrer to Talk
on Life—Special Muaio to
Honor Composer.
**What Difference Doe* It Make?"
will be the aubject at 11 o’clock to
morrow In the Takoma Park Presby
terian Church by the Rev R. Paul
Schearrer. At 8 o’clock a musical
service will be held, when an all
Mendelssohn program will be given.
Mr. Schearrer will speak briefly on
"Mendelssohn, the Melodious.”
Francis M. Anderson will address
the Brotherhood Bible Class at 9.45
o'clock. Robert Carey, Jack Deswen,
Rae Harris, Dwight Thomas and Law
rence E. Cron will be In charge of the
young people’s group meetings. Col.
Frank Moorman will be the guest
speaker of the senior higji group.
The union Thanksgiving Day serv
ice will be held In the Presbyterian
Church at 10:30 o'clock. The Rev.
D. C. Gordon, pastor of the Disciples
of Christ Church, will be the preacher.
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GRACE REFORMED ^
HENRY H. RANCH. D. D.. Pastor
11 :no a m—“Bessemer Steel.'*
^ 40 a ml—Sunday School
fi :<n p m.—Young People s Society.
»:00 p.m.—Thftnk Offering Service
Pictures.
CONCORDIA ivANGEUCAL I
20th and G Stj. N.W.
REV. CHARLES EMILES, Pallor.
9:45 a m.—Bibia School.
preaching services.
10:00 a m.—-German.
lliloam.—English. j
everybody welcome.
abroaophy
THE THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY
MR. THOMAS POND
"THE CYCLES OF REBIRTH."
312 In*. Bide., 907 15th Street N.W.
Nov. 21. 8 P.M.
LIGHTBRINGER LODGE
Pl'BLIC INVITED_COLLECTION •
THE
LOST LEMLRIA i
Hazel B. Burns
Sundav, Nov. 21. 8 PM.
Sun., 8:30 P.M.—Christian Mvstir Bible
Class; Fr».. 8 P.M., Axiomatic Class.
WASHINGTON LODGE T.S.
__1218 H St. N.W._
Sundav. Nov. 21, 1037, at 8:15 P.M,
“Classes of Dreams’’ ;
Questions Invited
Wednesdays at 8:] 5 p.m.—Study Clas«.
Library open Sundav and Wed.. 7:30;
Sat.. 1:30 to 4. [
United Lodge of Theosophists
Hill Bldr., 17th and Fye Sts. N.W.
No Dues, Fees or Collections.
JlrrBbylertatt
CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN
Southern General Assembly
16th and Irving Sts. N.W.
Rev. James H. Taylor, D. D., Pastor
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School.
1 1:00 a m—Sermon hr DR. TAYLOR.
8 00 p.m.—Sermon by DR. TAYLOR.
Thurs.. II a m.—Thankseivinc Serviee.
FOURTH
l PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
13th and Fairmont Sts. N.W.
James H. Miers, Minister
=3 11:00 am.—"Salvation Is God’s \
Recreation.”
<Broadcast Over WOL at 11:30) 2
I M 8 00 p m. — "Jesus Makes the Blind
i f to See."
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NEW YORK
AVENUE CHURCH
13th and H and N. Y. Ave.
Minister*
PETER MARSHALL
ALBERT EVANS
9:30 a.m.—Church Bible School.
11:00 a.m.—“TROUBLE IN TOY
LAND.”
6:45 p.m.—Christian Endeavor So
ciety.
8:00 p.m.—“THE TRAGIC TWI
LIGHT.”
CIVTU Sixteenth and
OLA. 1 n Kennedy St*. N.W.
J. HERBERT GARNER, Minister.
II A.M.
A POSITIVE
CREED
THANKSGIVING DAY
Worship, 10 to 11 a m.
9:30—Sunday School. 7:00—C. E.
WESTERN
1906 H St. N.W.
Rev. J. Harvey Dunham, D. D.,
Minister
11:0(1 am.—“A Religion of Jot.**
8:00 p.m.—“The Sinner's Friend ”
Thanksgiving Day Service. 1 1 O Clock
Dr. John R. Edwards of the Union M. E.
Church Will Preach the Sermon.
<25tfl4Vt*Vl1 firth Rhode Island Ave. at 22nd St.N.E.
UiUUU THOMAS LAW COYLE, Minister
i
3 Church Services
Each Sunday at
9 AM, 11 A.M. and 8 P.M. Sunday School at 9:45.
Covenant-First Presbyterian Church
18th b N Sts. N.W.
Services at 11 A.M.
REV. ALBERT JOSEPH McCARTNEY, D. D., Minister
How and Where to Find God
A Series of Sermons by Dr. McCartney
1. "The Universal Quest."
2. "You Can Find Him if You Really Want To."
3. "What Roads Shall We Take, and From Where Shall
We Start in Our Quest for God?"
4. "How Shall I Know When I Have Found Him?"
5. "What Difference Will It Make If I Do Find Him?"
6. "God's Search for Man."
THANKSGIVING SERVICE
Thursday Morning at 11 O'Clock
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IlnipergaliHt
UNIVERSALIST NATIONAL"
MEMORIAL CHURCH
Cor. 16th and 8 8t«. N.W.
R«t. Frederic W. Perkin*. D. D.
10:15—Church School and Adult Forum.
11:0(J*—Service of Worship.
"THANKFUL FOR WHAT?**
National Capital Choir
Jeiisie Master*. Director
_ H. Jerome Graham. Onanist
£uan$rlifltir (Center
The Full Gospel
TABERNACLE
North Capitol and K St*.
8 30—Sunday School.
Revival aervices continue.
Evangelist Philip Megna
speaking each week night
at. 7:45. except Saturday.
Sunday, 11 a m. and 7:30
pm.
Special Music by church
choir and orchestra.
PUBLIC CORDIALLY
INVITED.
B. E. MAHAN, Pastor.
iCulhrratt
INCARNATION
‘Marviand Synod, I nited l.utheran < hurchi
Worship, 11a m. S S , 0 l.‘». L. L., 7 .00.
CUracr
Tnflwsa <thurr);
18**1 Yarn urn 5tKV jj[jj
ElflIAU S.LENSKl, PUTOC
9 45am —Sunday School. Classes for all.
11:00 am.—“Finding Jnv in Christian Ef
fort,*’ sermon by Pastor.
2 30-5 30 pm.— Junior League Hike.
Thanksgiving Thursday. Novrmner “5.
J 1 a m Special Music and Sermon.
_“This Is Our Anniversary Year!"_
Ol R OR.fKC'TIVE
HOWARD E. SNYDER, RASTOR
Sunday School.. ... p 4D a m.
Morning Service_11:00 a m.
Luther League_7 no pm.
Vespers . 8 no p m.
Keller Memorial
Maryland Avenue and Ninth St. N.E
J. Harold .Mumper. S. T. M„ Pastor
Bible School_9:30 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
- *. = :•: "Wise and Foolish Virgins."
Evening Worship 7:45 P.M.
5 > p -—"A Joyful Noise,"
A Special Service of Music
Young People's Societies 6:45
The Homelike Church
Baptist
I■ 1 A
__ Euthrran
ST. MATTHEW’S LUTHERAN'
Kentucky at,, at lMh St. 8 *.
a ~a Krv' Th,«. p. Fricke.
11 UO a m"~Ӵhda7 School.
-- u a !n-^_ T1** Corn,r_of Thy Piet8 *
TAKOMA -
ST. MARK’S LUTHERAN
p“ •n,d Independence Ave. *.w.
Rev. J. I.uther Frantz. Pastor.
&V?amm~“?hH ln'»Ui»< Chriet.”
gji^a ro.—S, 8._6:30 p ro U v
CHRIST LUTHERAN
REV. HENRY j. whiting. p;^5?:
0 .(0 a m.—Sunday School
11:00 a.m.—“The Chrutian Shave *8
Things to_Conn."
TRINITY ’
MISSOURI SYNOD
4th and E Sts. N.W.
RF.V. HE GO M. HEN'NTO
R*v. C. Stuebe, Assistant
8 30 a m.—German Service,
9.45 am—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—English Service, “The
Closed Door.”
Worjhin in Thit Charming Storui Church
CHRIST LUTHERAN
c MISSOURI SYNOD)
16th and Gallatin Sts. N.W.
REV. J. FREDERIC WENTHEL, Paitor.
9:45a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a m.—Sermon. “Is There a Final
Judgement?”
J>:00 pm.—Walther league Meeting.
ST. PAUL’S
Conn Ave. and Fverett Rt.
! REV. HENRY \\ SNYDER, D. D.
Pastor
9.30 a m.—Sunday School.
11.00 a m.—S e r m n n : ‘ Promise or
i Pretense.”
9:00 v m - -Sermon: “Jazz in Religion"
LUTHER PLACE
Memorial Church
At Thomas Circle
Rev. Carl C. Rasmussen, D.D., Pastor.
Rev. Fdsar D. Ziraler. Assistant
Pastor.
1! O Clock Service—
"RU.IGION BF.ARS FRITT." I
Dr. Carl C. Rasmussen.
P 'Sam.—Sunday School.
hums P M.—Intermediate Luther !
Irf*aKue.
7.00 pm.—Senior Luther League. j
! 10:30 a.m.—Thursday—Thanksglv- '
ina Service j
Church
of the
Reformation
Opposite Folrer Shakespeare Library
212 East Capitol Street
DR. OSCAR F. BLACKWELDER,
Pastor.
Dr. John Weidley,
Pastor Emeritos.
9:00 am.—Church School.
11:00 p.m.—Morning Worship. Ser
mon, "What Is a
Spoiled Person?”
6:45 pm.—Luther Leagues.
8 00pm—Evening Worship. Ser
mon: "What a Modern
Man Can Believe.” 8
"The Spirit of Truth."
Dr Blackwelder will preach.
10 00 am—Thanksgiving Service
' Thursday.
The Public Is Cordially Invited.
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iBaptial
maryiana /Avenue
14th and Md. Ave. N.E.
Rev. W. A. Emmans, Pastor
Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.
B. y. P. l'„ 7 p.m.
II AM.
“Beyond Redemption.”
» r m.
“The Christ of Calvary.”
W> Pr.aeb t Frucifif d.
i Risen
Christ_i ( omini \rain._
ANACOSTIA
Thirteenth and W Sts. S.E.
Bible School. 9 30 Morning Worsh.p.
Topic "When the Apostle Paul Failed. ’
Evening. "The Three Crosses.” Third
Sermon. Using a Chart. B. Y. P. U. 0.45.
KENDALL 9!h NfarsA?dPD- A”
Len Franklin Stevens, Minister.
9:40 a.m.—Sunday school
I 1 :i»<» a m.— "Still Thankful.”
Slim p m.—“Saving Faith.
Prayer Service. 8 p.m. Thursday.
SECOND
17th and Fast (apitnl St*.
Rev. FI. M. B. Jones. F>. F>.. Pastor.
9 30 a m.—Bible School.
II :00 a.m.—"Evil Destro>ed.”
0.45 pm.—B Y P U
8:00 p m.—“Love's Measure.*•
"grace
9!h and South Carolina Ave. S.E.
PASTOR, F. W. JOHNSON
Complete* 31 Years at Grace.
MORNING AT I 1 :
“THE UNFINISHED TASK.”
\ EVENING AT 7:45
“JESUS AND THF OLD TIMERS.*•
9 30 am.—Bible School. Classes for all.
0.45 pm—B Y. P. U. (3 Groups*.
Prayer Meeting Thursday at S.
ALL WELCOME AT GRACE.
WEST WASHINGTON
31st and N Streets N.W.
CHARLES B. AUSTIN. Pastor.
Worship. 11:00 a.m. and 8:00 pm.
S S . 9:45 B. Y . 7 00
HIGHLANDS CHURCH
Fourteenth Street at Jefferson. ,
Newton Mercer Simmondi, Pastor.
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a m.—“Our Family.”
8:00 p.m.—Special Sunday School
Thanksgiving Service
TAVHM A rtney Branch Rnad
1ANU1V1A and Aspen St. N.W.
J 1 00 a m.—“The Balancrd Life.”
7.45 pm.—“Two Old Cronies.’*
William E. La Rue. Pastor.
rir in Dr.J.E.Briggs.Pastor I
1! a m.- "A Man of Faith Asking Ques
tions and Receiving Answers.”
T l.'> pm ‘More Great Adventure#.**
Worship Service by B T U.
S S . !»::»»—Classes for ali ages. ?
Wed s p.m —Monthly s S. Council.
Smrhwrs* Thanksgiving Service at West
minster Presbyterian Church, and Union
Bnp»;st Service a; National Baptist
Memorial Church. Thursday. 10:30 »m
METROPOLITAN
Sixth and A Sts. N.E.
John Compton Ball. D. D.. Paster
Morning at Eleven:
‘Thinking and Thanking’
Evening at Seven-forty-five:
“Sowing and Reaping”
Special Notice
SUNRISE
PRAISE SERVICE
THANKSGIVING MORNING
at Seven O’Clork Sharp
”Hnl>. Holy. Holy. Ford find Almirhtr
F.arlv l?i the Morning Our Praia* Shall
Rise to Thee ’’
Start the Day Rijrht
CALL A TAXI AND COME.
DCTWHDTU and Randolph Wa.
rLlVYUKin R,v Henrv J. Smith.
11 00 a m —Sermon by Pastor. |
THF FUEL OF GOD ’*
8 p m Sermon and Song Servt##. ]
•GIVING FIFE A LIFT."
p 45—Yadeu Bible Class for Men. |
Silver Anni'ersary of Pounding or
Church. Nov. *8-Dec. 3.
CENTENNIAL
7th and I Street, N.E.
Wilson Holder,
Past or.
FREE!
GOD’S WONDERFUL GIFT
OF
NEW LIFT
HOW TO GET IT?
HEAR DR. A. P. RFNN,
Evangelist.
SUNDAY and EVERY NIGHT
Except Saturday
8:00 P.M.
Prayer for the Sirk at Every Servleo.
CHEVY CHASE
Western Ave. W. of Circle
Rev. Fdward O. Clark, Pastor j
1JOO am.— •The Privilege of Living.**
7 oo P m —Young People s Meeting*.
8.00 p.m. Community Service. Rev. L
C. Drake.
JJational baptist ffiemonai
16th and Columbia Road N.W.
Gove G. Johnson. Pastor. A. Lincoln Smith. Assistant Pastor.
Baptist Student Union Sunday—Dr. Herbert Gevork,,
of Greenville. S. C., Guest Preacher.
11 AM—“LOVF.ST THOU ME?”
g p M—“SERVING WITH C HRIST TOIkAY AND TOMORROW.”
9:45—DR. FRANK LEAVER!., in the Mizpah Classroom
THURSDAY, 10:30—UNION THANKSGIVING SERVICE
OF BAPTIST CHURCHES.
8th and H Sts. N.W.
W. S. ABERNETHY, Minister
11 AM—"WHAT SHALL I RENDER UNTO THE LORD?"
8 PM—“THE CASTAWAY.”
7:45—Organ Recital, Thomas Moss.
9:30—Sunday School. 11:00—Junior Church.
5, 6 and 6:45—B. Y. P. U. Groups.
— _ , . . ° ■ *— -"■« '*nd St. N.W. M. P. GERMAN, Minister.
RFXH AIMY 11(10 am.—"The Motive of Gratitude.”
AAA^J A A Artl 1 A 8:00 p.m.—"The Rule of the Road."
The Stevenson Bible Class Invites Too to Hear
HORACE L. STEVENSON five a practical Interpretation of tha lesson.
3Firfit Uaptiat (Ehurdt, lfitlt attb (!) &tmtH 308.
REV. EDWARD HUGHES PRUDEN, D. D„ Pastor.
11 a m —"PRIVATE ENEMY NO. 1,” Dr Pruden.
8 p m.—“FOR SITH A TIME AS THIS," Dr. Pruden.
Come to Sunday School, 9:39 a m.; B. Y. P. U., 6;45 p.m.
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