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SUBJECT CHOSEN — .. . Dr. Abernethy to Speak To morrow Morning on “Men Working.” Dr. W. S. Abemethy, minister at Calvary Baptist Church, will preach tomorrow morning on ‘ Men Work ing." The men of the church and achool will be special guests. The ordinance of the Lord's supper will follow. Young people's night will be observed at the evening service, when several of the young people will assist the pastor in the service. Howard Rees will speak on "We Would See Jesus." Miss Winifred Whitney and John Gordon Mein will participate In the service. The Rev. F. E. Johnston, jr., will conduct the junior church aervice, assisted by L. C. Greene. The Bell Class will hold its annual barrel packing Monday evening at the church. The Primary Depart ment officers and teachers will also meet. The Advisory Council will hold a special meeting Tuesday evening, to which the organizational leaders and treasurers of all groups and classes In the church and Sunday school are invited. The Burra 11 Class will hold election of officers Wednesday evening. Mrs. W. H. M. Stover, formerly of St. Louts, anil speak at the class session tomor row in the absence of the teacher, Mrs. W. S. Abernethj, who ts attend ing a meeting of the General Council of the Northern Baptist Convention in Chicago. CHURCH WILL RECEIVE MEMBERS TOMORROW The morning worship in the Sixth Presbyterian Church is the December communion service. New members will be received and children chris tened by the Rev. J. H. Gamer. The session will meet at 10:30 a.m. to re ceive any planning to unite with the church or who wish to plan to have their children christened. The intermediate, senior high school and college age young people's groups meet at 7 p.m. Marion Hamilton leads the intermediates and Dudley Skinker leads the college-age group. Evening services will be at 7:45 pm The aervice will be a one-act play, "What. Men Live By," by Leo Tolstoi. Mrs. Edwin M. Brown will present this play. Congregational singing will comprise another part of the aervice. The women's organization will serve * turkey dinner and hold a bazaar in the chapel Thursday from 5 until 7 p.m. The public ia invited. EVENING SERVICES ProgTam for St. Paul's Church, Rock Creek Parish. During the sdvent season there are ♦o be services in the evening st R:is In St. Paul's Church, Rock Creek Parish. Former Representative Jeanette Rankin will speak at the Young People's Forum in the parish hall December 12 at 7 p.m. A panel dis cussion will follow: "Militarism va. Pacifism." The Rock Creek Players sre to pre sent a comedy bv Fugene Hafer at the parish hou.se December 14 at S o'clock. Services will be held Sunday morn nmg at fl:30 with holy communion and »t 11 o'rlork holy communion with sermon by Dr. E. J. Bohanan. GUEST SOLOIST Miss Dorothy Tirrell will be the guest soloist at the evening sendee tomorrow at St, John’s Episcopal Church. Dr. Oliver J. Hart will preach at both thp 9:3(1 and 11 o’clock services on "The Challenge of the Bible." The Bev. William Curtis White will be the preacher at the evening serv ice. His subject wi\l be "The Words of Jesus.” There will be a celebration of the holy communion at 8 am. YOUNG PEOPLE'S FELLOWSHIP The Diocesan Fellowship Commit tee chairman. Frances Caul, has issued the first copy of the new monthly calendar designed to correlate the activities of the 15 fellowships in the Washington diocese. The deadline for calendar entries is the fourth Tuesday of each month, for which material should be submitted to Ken Kelley, 1900 S street N.W. The Executive Committee at the last meeting laid plans for a diocesan Christmas party and dance, to be held December 28 In St. Margaret’s Hall. Trinity, Takoma Park, is holding recreation night from 7 to 11 o’clock this evening. Tomorrow there will be an admission service for new member*. Dr. Oliver J. Hart will address combined groups of St, John’s, St. Margaret’s and friends of the parish at St. John's Parish Hall tomorrow at 7 p.m. His subject, in keeping the fellowship studies on war, is "The Christianity Which Binds the Nations.” Rock Creek is preparing for the Young People's Forum December 12. at which Jeanette Rankin will be •peaker. St. Paul’s. Washington Circle, under the leadership of Mrs. E. O. Pritchard, Is sponsoring a Christmas play, which will be held in the church the eve ning of December 19. Anniversary THE REV. M. P. GORMAN, Who rvill observe the fifth an niversary of his pastorate at Bethany Baptist Church to morrow. He will speak in the morning on “The Gospel of We” and at night on “Upon Another Man's Foundation.” Communion will be observed in the morning. The Sunday school officers and teachers will meet Mon day at 5:30 for dinner. Dr. W. D. Bowman, pastor of the Church of the Brethren, will speak on “Character Build ing in Christian Education." “CillZENnOPir OF DR. WHY Mount Pleasant Pastor Se lects Subject for Sermon Tomorrow Morning. ‘'Not Sojourner* but Citizen*” 1* the sermon subject of Dr. Russell J. Clinchy. minister of the Mount Pleas ant Congregational Church, tomorrow morning. In the adult forum at 10 o'clock Prof. Harry R. Warfel of the Uni versity of Maryland will speak on “Literature and National Ideas." Following its fellowship hour at 6 o'clock the young people's forum will have its final discussion on the Far Eastern conflict. The discussion group, for young people of college age, will meet at 6 o'clock at the home of Miss Elizabeth Parkinson. 5704 Ne braska avenue N.W. Julian Griggs will lead a discussion on "Education.” The League of Service invites busi ness and professional woman of the parish to a dinner meeting Tuesday at 6:15. Mrs. William Adams Slade will give glimpses of "The Homes of English Authors,” and Bruno Nickadavish, tenor, will be the guest, soloist. Members are requested to bring their gifts for thr Christmas boxes which are to be sent to Pleasant j Hill Academy. The church supper will be served at I 6:15 p.m. Thursday. DAY OF RECOLLECTION Women of St. Martin’s Church Meet Tomorrow. The women of St,. Martin's Church will have a day of recollection tomor row at. the Washington Retreat House, 4000 Harewood road N.E. The Rev. William F. Mullaney. professor of church history at. the Oblate Scholas ticate. will be the retreat master. The conferences begin at 10:30 a.m. and end with the holy hour. at. 7:30 p.m. The subjects to be discussed by the Rev. Father Mullaney at the various conferences throughout, the dav are "The Place of Prayer in the Home.” "The Need of Charity In the Home” and "The Catholic Home of Today.” Miss Dorothy Barrett, team captain, has assisting her Miss Mary O'Connor. Miss Agnes Baver. Miss Helen Dolan and Mrs. Roland Hyland. B. Y. P. U. News Grace will be led by the Devotional Life Commission, with Thelma Senger In charge. The topic will be "The Art of Bible Study.” Fifth will have a meeting at the Home for Aged Ladies tomorrow at 2 o'clock; topic, "Life”; leader. Mar garet Hughes. Evening meeting will be led by the Devotional Life Com mission, with Vera Coberly in charge. They will present a little plavlet en titled "The Best Gift.” Calvary has started a happy hour for children of the community, held on Saturdays at 6:30 p.m. Kendall will discuss the topic, "The Light of the World,” with Leroy Greer and the Fellowship Commission leading. National will be led by the Fellow ship Commission and Ruth Kline. The topic will be "Revelation.” They are collecting clothing, soap and toys for the poor children and will receive the donations Sunday evening. They will have a meeting at the Home for Incurables tomorrow afternoon. Wed nesday is cabinet meeting and business meeting. The federation board meeting will be held at Central Union Mission Tuesday. Calvary will have the fellowship tea at S p.m. Sunday, The Steward ship Commission will lead them in the subject "What the Best Denomina tion Is Doing for Its Young People.” The church will be in charge of the young people, the B. Chorus will sing and Howard Rees will speak Winifred Whitney will read the scrip ture and John Gordon Mein will lead in prayer. Hear the Cry of the Leper I "UNCLEAN! UNCLEAN!" SHear the Message and Command of our Lord Jesus Christ to His United Church. "Cleanse the Leper" | The Washington City Auxiliary Mission to Lepers Will hold it* Christmas “Ingathering" FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10 I From 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. I Mt. Vernon Place M. E. Church South 1: ' Mats. Art. b 9Hi St. I Luncheon, 12:10-.-¥_J5c | SPEAKERS: |j Mrs. E. K. Higdon. Missionary on furlough. Philippine Islands. | °r- W. J. K. Clothier. Sakbayene Cameroon, Africa. IL "In at murk as ye have Aaae il mala ane af tke least af these, ye have III liane it unto me." _ PASTOR TO MARK Special Services in First Baptist Church Announced for Tomorrow. The first anniversary of Dr. Edward Hughes Pruden as pastor of the First Baptist Church will be observed to morrow. He will preach in the morn ing on "First Church Marches On.” A native of Chase City, Va„ graduate of the University of Richmond and of the Southern Theological Seminary, Dr. Pruden came here after having been pastor of the First Baptist Church, Petersburg, Va., for five years and then for a year a teacher at the University of Shanghai, China. Starting tomorrow evening and con tinuing through the winter months, the Sunday evening services will be from 5:30 to 6:15 p.m. Dr. Pruden will speak tomorrow evening on "Sons of God.” The subject of his talk Thursday evening will be "When Is a Church Great?” Grata E. Dunkum of the Board of Education and past grand master of Masons of the District of Columbia, will address the Men's Brotherhood at their dinner at the church Man day. This will be followed by a meeting of the Board of Deacons. The Wigs and Queues Dramatic Club will repeat at the church this evening the comedy, "The Mender," under the auspices of the B. Y. P. U. Dr. John A. Nixon, director of wel fare work of the Washington Feder ation of Churches, will address a Joint session of the Euzelian and Luther Rice Classes tomorrow morn ing. Officers and teachers of the Sunday school will have a dinner, followed by business meeting, at the church Thursday evening. —-- — BRIGHTWOOD PARK M. E. PLANS COMMUNION RITE Holy communion will be celebrated tomorrow morning at Brightwood Park M. E. Church. The Rev. 8. Carroll Coale will preach on "Un broken Fellowship.” He will also speak to the children on "That Holy Name.” In the evening the minister and the Rev. Walter M. Michael, pas ; tor of Eldbrooke M. E. Church, will ’ exchange pulpits. The Rev. Mr. Michael will speak on "How Can I Know God?” The Epworth League will hold the fourth of a aeries of Bible study dis cussions at 6:45 p.m. "The Hebrew People" will be the subject for their devotional service. Miss Mildred Wol lett will be the leader and Miss Doris Brattain the speaker. On Tuesday and Wednesday eve nings the Ladies' Guild will hold their annual bazaar. An oyster and ham dinner will be served Tuesday. A pro fessional vaudeville show and Elks' Boys' Band concert will be given Wednesday evening. The Official Board will have a busi | ness meeting Tuesday evening. AT ST. MATTHEW’S "Fullness of Time” I* Sermon Subject Today. "The Fullness or Time" will be the sermon subject, of the Rev. Theodore P. Fricke at St. Matthews Lutheran Church. 11 a m. tomorrow. Dr. W. E. Schuett*. president of the Eastern District of the American Lutheran Church, will make an official , visitation at 6 p.m. Tuesday. The Luther League will have its an | nusl Christmas banquet December 13. (Eltriflliati CHRISTIAN I Utyr ^Tatimtal (City THOMAS CIRCLE 1 *E\. IVAN H. DUGAN. P Minister*. P 4A a m.—Church School. 10 AO a m —"Fence* er Srldte* ff.. Itr. ’ Dr. Miller 7:4 A pm.—"Streamlined Fewer" | &. Id> *• WiM Wittily #tmt »th * D Sts. N.E. CLIFFORD H. JOPE, Minister WM. GEO. ORAM, Assistant pso a.m.—Bible School 11:00 a m.—"She Bath Dene What She Canid." 7:4A p.m.—-The Flrat Command ment With Promise." spiritual j&rignrg A Chorcli of Spiritnol Science Dr. Z. A. Wrifht, Pastor 101? 9th St. N.W. (Pythian Tempi*) SUNDAY SERVICE—7:30 p.m. ADDRESS BY DOCTOR E. A. WRIGHT Aseisted by Associate Minister. MESSAGES TO ALL. Br- *-H Mercer. Rer. M. McFarland. 5*TVPi MsnsSrid. Dr. a. Frederick, Dr. E. A. Wright and Rer. o. Frans. Fleas* Come Early and Brine a Friend. Yon Are Cordially Iarlted to Attend. Seances at ths home chapel 4S0 N. J. At*. 8.E. Man.* WM. and Frl. at 8 n.m. Private Interviews Daily. Line. 10027. • vplrttmtlfiii Fraternal Spiritualist Church 1329 N St. N.W. REV. OTTO PENTER, P.«tor Service* Sunday. * P.M. Lecture: “I* the Bible Sacred*'* Message Meeting. Wed.. 8 P.M. Rev. Penter will be at the church dally from 9:30 to 6 p.m. tor interviews. Unity Spiritualist Church 1326 Man. Ava. N.W. Santa? at tt F.M. Guest Speaker Mr. Eamast A. Grant, Sciential Who Will Speak On a Timely Subject— 'Amarica't Dastiny" Spirit oreetin.. by the Medium! ..... V the Church. Midweek Menaae Service* at. <W*0 Fa. Ave. 8.E.. Thur*. at 8 P.M. The First Spiritualist Church »* ‘H» r»rehl« Center. 1S1 C Street N.B.. 8oaday. 8 P.M. Lecture by the Pastor RIV. ALFRED H. TERRY Subject: "THE GREAT BEYOND" Followed by Spirit Meeaaee*. HEALING AND FROSFERITY READINGS BY THE MEDIUMS Service for All. Come early tor aeate. Seata free. All welcome. „ . **r» Kldon and Dr. Terry. Hot Chocolate and Homemade Coho _ Served from ft to ft P.M. • DR. HARRIS TO PREACH TWICE AT FOUNDRY M. E. Young People's Council to Meet Monday to Discuss Future of Youth Program. At Foundry M. E. Church tomorrow sermons at both services will be de livered by Dr. Frederick Brown Har ris. "Getting on With Folks” will be his subject st 11 a.m., and "A Challenging Question” at 8 p.m. The Young People's Council will meet at the parsonage, 2800 Thirty sixth street N.W., in conference with members of the Committee on Re ligious Education, to discuss the future of Foundry's program for youth. At the Epworth League service gt 7 p.m. Miss Molly Flynn, held super visor of the Farm Security Adminis tration, will discuss the co-operative movement. On Friday from 5:45 to 7 p.m. the Young Married Couples' Class will serve a dinner at the church for the benefit of the Chinese Community Church. DR. BROOKS TO SPEAK Lincoln Congregational Temple Announces Program. At Lincoln Congregational’ Temple tomorrow morning Dr. R. W. Brooks will speak on "God's Promise and Warning for Each Life.” The vested chorus choir will sing. The Men's Brotherhood will be ad dressed by Dr. John W. Huguley, de partment of chemistry, Howard Uni versity, at 10 a.m. on "Sources of Morale.” The forum will meet at 6 p.m.. with Attorney Reginald H. Mitchell speaking on "Social Security for the Negro.” The Young People's Club will meet at 6 o'clock. Prayer service will be held Thursday evening. -- •-—■ ■■ - ADVENT SERMON Rev. C. Herbert Mayer Will Con tinue Series. The Rev. C. Herbert Mayer is con tinuing his course of advent sermons st St. Paul's Church on Twenty-third street, near Washington Circle. To morrow the subject is "Almighty God Discovers to Us That Other World.” On each Sunday evening during the advent season there will be a serv ice of solemn evensong and benedic tion at 8 o'clock. AUXILIARY TO MEET Anniversary Memorial Service Set for Next Tuesday. The Woman's Auxiliary of the Diocese of Washington wiil hold its annual anniversary memorial service in Bethlehem Chapel of the Washing ton Cathedral next Tuesday at 11 o'clock, with Bishop James E. Free man celebrating holy communion and reading the names of those who have died during the year. Immediately after this service a bus iness meeting will be held in Satterlee Hall, reports of the Nominating Com mittee read and the budget for the year presented. An invitation for lunch has been given by St. Alban's Branch. flll|urr4 of (CtjriBt 14th St. CHURCH OF CHRIST 34ft# 14th St. N.W. HUGO MrCORD. Minister, lft ft" s m.—Bible Study 1 1 :Oft s m.—"The Gospel Feter .. .. Frenehod." J1 45 am. Communion * on pm "The Fear of the Lord.’* ^piritualiBt REV.~M AS Y~MeFARLAND. f» 13“G~stTn~e. Consultations daily. Seances Tuesday. 8 P-m- Atlantic 8687 for appointment. • Pfjrchic Science Church of Christ 137# Irvine St. N.W. REt. G. D. KLINEFELTER. Faster. *fter Lecture. MESSAGE SEANCE EVERY WED. S F.M. MENyin^;; AdV;,*ji&br A"°^T; Rev. Mrs. Carol E. McKinstrv 1342 Gallatin St. N.W.. at 5000 Block of 11th St. .... Under authority of G‘"*r«1 Assembly of Svirtlunliiti Bleued are they that mourn, for they shell he romfnrted. Matt. 5,4. Message Meeting* Tnea. and Frl. e**«.. „ r»W*e weleome. All reached. Georgia 8583. a LONCLEY MEMORIAL ' 142.3 Hoi mead Plaee N.W. Between 13th and ]4th nt Newten St. Sunday, Oac. 5, at I P.M. Lecture by Rev. D. J. Cave NO MESSAGE SERVICE THURSDAY. • .. MRS. EOE EGGERS. Apt. >1. 1424 K St. N.W. DI. 1519 Ad Tire Dally hr Appointment. Meae. Clr. 3rd Thura. Every Month. 8 p.m. __ e " M RS7 RIZPA H ELDO N “ 1338 Mass. Aye. N.W. tOver Dree Stare). Spiritualist message meeting Mondays. 8 p.m. Consultations dally. • MYSTIC CHURCH OF CHRIST Service* Sunday and Wednesday at 8 p.m. Heallnc and Consultation dally 12 to fl p.m. Healing each meetlnc. 7 to 8 p.m. DR. F. L. DONCELI* Teacher. _ 1312 R. I. Atc. N.W. • P. L 0. A. KEELER 4111 38th St. N.W. , Ausplees Rtruk'a tnlty SpirltiiUii Churrh. Mmmim by Automatic and Impressional Wrltlnjr. By Appointment. Fhowp Cleveland R(W3 * Christian Reincarnation Chnrch, OK. H. HAMID-HURK. Leader World-Known Spiritual Healer Service Sunday, 7:30 p.m. HIST TIME IN WASHINGTON Startling Proofs of Psychic Communication (Press Invited). Lecture "MATERIALIZATIONS'’ With Exhibit of Spirit Photos from the famous collection of Mrs. Anna E. Handley, President of D. C. Susan B. Anthony League. Pull Messages to All Spiritual Consultations. Healing. Dally Psychic Development Classes. 717 Eleventh Street N.W. MEtre. SIM. • THE MARGARET SPIRITUALIST CHURCH OF IMMORTALITY INCOBPOBATED Raleigh Hotel, 12th b Pa. Are. N.W. RKV. MRS. MARGARET R. MANDIS N. S. A. Minister. Sunday t P.M. Addreu by the ministar. Grace Stanly Stevens, Orsanlat. AUee C. Neal, selelst. Messaees hr the Minister ani the assistants. Bev. Mrs. M. B. ManSIs. Mrs. Careline Mister. Mrs. Elisabeth McDonald. * i1ZS3SBS3BSS&SiBBSB&S3HSSS5SBSSBBSSB5BBBBB The Church of Two Worlds INCOKFOBATIO Hotel Continental Facing Capitol Plaza Roy. H. Gordon Burroughs Minister Sunday, I p t Address ky the Minister^ •■kjeet: “Whet an Spiritualism Do for Me ns nn Indiridnel?” Wednesday, S p.m.. Message Service CHURCH TO HOLD HYMN FESTIVAL Hamline M. E. Congregation to Dedicate New Books at Evening Service. A Hymn Festival and service of recognition and dedication of 500 new Methodist hymnals will be held st Hamline M. E. Church tomorrow night. AU the music will be furnish ed by the chorus choir. A brief ad dress will be given by Dr. H. W. Burgan. At 11 a.m. Dr. Burgan will preach on “The Song of Moses and the Lamb." Newly elected officers of the Brother hood Bible Class will be Installed. On Wednesday night the Brother hood Bible Class will conduct a de votional meeting at the Central Union Mission. Dr. Burgan will be the speaker. The Corby Class will meet st the home of Miss Florence May Evans, «*oa Georgia avenue N.W., on Thurs day evening. “ABOVE AVERAGE” Dr. John E. Briggs, psstor of the Fifth Baptist Church, will preach to morrow morning on “Above the Aver age.” There will be the reception of new members. The Lord’s supper will be observed. At 7:45 p.m. he will presch on the subject. “What the Bible Teaches About the Second Com ing of Christ.” The deacons will meet Monday eve ning. Prayer service will be held Thurs day. ST. ANDREW’S SERVICE Bishop James E. Freeman will preach and conduct confirmation at 11 a.m. tomorrow at St. Andrew’s Epis copal Church, of which the Rev. A. J. Wilder is rector. Holy communion will be observed at 5 a.m. The children's church scrv ice will be at 9:30 a.m. ffrirnftfl Friends Meeting 1511 Eye St. N.W. 11 a.m.—Meeting for Worship. Friends Meeting of Washington. (E.tahli.b.4 ib.io— 'Si 11 Florida Arr.i Meetint lor Worship First Day iSunds'-i »t II a.m. Sunday School 9 46 a.m. All intfTFgtFd arF^^welcome. ™.F:!fPSTWETING-(ORTHODOX» 0 a*.1!'* o"- JrTln* «‘r**U N.W. P 4X a m —Sunday School. Meeting for Worship, All wFlrome. (C !j r tal ian attb 1® t bb i mtar y j_ AUianrf Washington Gospel Tabernacle Christian anil Missionary Alliance. , 10:45 ft.m.— "Sermons an the fferand ! Camina." 7:30 p m.—‘’Delivered From Demon Possession." Here this personal testimony. This invitation may ttve you the key to deliverance for yourself or others. Rev P Hvde. pastor 5.14 Oeorcia Ave . at Madison N W Itoaitittr (Hhnatiatitlg ^'atimial (Clturrh itf ^naittttr (CltriBtianitg I*r. G. F. Fraser. Pillar 1726 H St. N.W. Bandar. Per. ft. 1B.B7. 11 00 a m.—“I Am tbr War. the Tratb and thr Llaht." ft 00 p m.— The Mratie ChrM.'* Dr. Lillian K. Damrl. nf Untvrrral Praer Insti tute. Phlladelphu Pa. Wedneadar. Pee. B, IBB*. | ft.00 p.m.— "The Pawerhouae of the | Brain." Claaae* nn Wedneadar. ALL CLASSES FREE. • Hit tig Society of Washington, D. C. 13*« Eye Street N.W. Rev. George F. Sheldon, Leader ___p 48 * m —Sunday School •J 00 » m,-"Gifts and Re.ulr.menl>" Tue 8:00 p.m.—"Lessen. In Truth." Wed.. 8:00 p.m.—Pr.yer Service. Crater Open Daily. Barest Holidays. . _UNITT_Lltcratar« f.r gale._ | new colonial hotel Authorized Washington Center , , MARGARET ANN FELDT. Faster. 11 00 a m.—"Secret ef Fewer.” S*3" J1 Master Class Lesson. Wed., 8 p m.— Heaiinc Fraetlee." Fhane District * A TRUTH CENTER M1M..A"L*:TON 171S K Street N.W. Sun.. 11:00 am.—"Marriaaa •( Cana'’ Tu*«„ 8:15—-Stadias in Affluence Wed.. 8 p.m.—Class in Drnaniia Uri nr. Thurij. 8:15—‘‘Lassnns in Healint.” Tuas, dr Thurs., 2-5, Wed.. 4-ft p.m. * BBBSfii Universal School of Truth Virginia Neuhousel, Founder and Director 907 15th St. N.W. 303 Insurance Bnildina. Snndar Services S P.M. Conducted Br FANNIE McATEE "Our Croativa Ability" Open Class—Love Offerlnu. Monday, 3 p.m,; Tuesday, S p.m. All Are Welcome. • (Emujrrgalumal p"”11 1 LORD’S SUPPER SERVICE AT CHEVY CHASE CHURCH Rev. Hollister to Conduct Sacra ment Tomorrow—Dr. Richarda to Be Forum Speaker. The Rev. J. Hillman Hollister, pas tor of the Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church, will conduct the sacrament of the Lord's supper tomorrow at the 11 a.m. service. The Mothers' Class will have a tea at the home of the leader, Mrs. B. R. Wood, 601# Western avenue N.W., Tuesday afternoon. The parents and teachers of the in termediate, senior and young people's departments will meet Tuesday eve ning in the assembly room to discuss the work and aims of these depart ments. Dr. Esther L. Richards, Johns Hop kins Hospital, Baltimore, will be the forum speaker Thursday evening in the assembly room. The subject will be "A Psychiatric Contribution to Matters of Life Adjustment.” EPIPHANY SERVICE Bibls in Literature to Be Disj cussed by Dr. Phillips. At the Church of the Epiphany to morrow. Dr. Z. B. Phillips will preach at the 11 o'clock aervice of holy com munion. His topic will be "The Bible In the Realm of Literature.” At 8 p.m. there will be evensong and sermon by the Rev. Richard Cart mell. The men of the church will have a dinner Wednesday from 6:30 to 9 p.m., sponsored by the Layman'* League. The guest of honor and speaker will be Representative So] Bloom. Reservations must be mad* at the church office not later than Monday. Washington City Bible Society Auxiliary to Tbe American Bible Society. Orsanlced 1H28. JOHth year. Mem bership solicited. Bibles ;tu cents up: Testaments ft cents up; Portions 1 cent; Churches. Sunday Schools and Bihle Classes furnished at coat of pub lication. Located at IT4» N STREET N.W. F. F. HOI.SOPri.E, Pres. L- " -J (Etfruitian &rifnr? Christian Science CHURCHES OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Branches of The Mother Church The First Church of Chris) Scientist, Boston, Mass. First Church of Christ Scientist Columbia Rd. and Euclid St. Second Church of Christ Sciential 111 C St. N.E. t Third Church of Christ Sciential Kith and L Sts. N.W. Fourth Church of Christ Scientisl 16th and Meridian N.W. SUBJECT “God, the Only Cause and Creator” SERVICES- - Sunday. 11 AM. and * P.M. Sunday School—11 A M WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETING— I 8 o’clock RADIO PROGRAMS SUNDAY. 11.no AM STATION WJSV. READING ROOMS FIRST CHURCH—730 17th St N.W. Hours 9 to 9 (excep 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—C o 1 o r a d ( Bldg.. 14th and G Sts. Hours 9 to 9 (Wednesdays, 9 to 7:30 and Sundays and holidays, 1 to 6 •. FOURTH CHURCH—Tivoli Bldg j 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 nyr ehvrrh aervicet and %H! our reading rnotnt. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Alexandria. Va. Genrar Maaon Hale Sunday Service and Sunday Sehael. 11 a.m _Wednrada* Service. 8 P.M._ £pangrliralanft&pfflnttri GRACE REFORMED ’SVw"' HENRY H. RANCH. D. D.. Paaier 11:00 a.m.—Memorial 8ervic« lor Henry M. Shook. 0:40 a m.—Sunday School 8 .10p.m.—Young People* Society. CONCORDIA E ANGELICAL 2nth and G Sta. N.W REV. CHARLES ENDKRS, Paatar. 0:45 a m.—Bible School. PREACHING SERVICES. 10:00 a.m.—German. ! 11:15 a.m.—English 8:00 p.m.—Concordia Choir Sinn the * •'Magnificat.” EVERYBODY WELCOME. Unitarian ALL SOULS' CHURCH !6Vd Harvard s* Minister Vlyrtrt C 6 Firrre ao. B:4.» a m.—Church School li :00 a m.—Morning Worship. "HABIT: FRIEND OR FOB*” 8:00 p.m.—Program of Kare-Elert Music. 8:30 pm.—"New Frontiers el the Mind.” Dr. Paul Kaufman, i 7:30 p.m.—Motion Picture Hour. "AS YOU LIKE IT.” (ftmtijrfgatimtal Mount Pleasant Church Columbia Road at 14th Straat 11:00 e.m.—Morning Worship. Sermon ' by Dr. Cllnchy. "NOT SOJOURNERS, BUT CITIEENS-* FIRST CONGREGATIONAL 10th and G Sts. N.W. HOWARO ATONE "aNBERAON "l* S****' WALTER G. BORCHERS. Jr. 6:30 ».m.—T. P. Aaeietle*. ' 11 a.m. SERMON BY MR. ANDERSON "The God of Truth!" Music by Vested Choir of 60 Voices 8 p.m. Howard University Men's Glee Club A group of 45 male voices under the direction of Prof. Roy W. Tibbs In Concert No admission. All welcome. All races and creeds invited. # ■ *• Eutijrran TAKOMA i _ Seventh and Dahlia Sta. N.W. J (Three Block! East of Walter Reed.) ' The Be*. J. Adrian PfelBar. Paatnr. Morninc Worship at 11 a m. a. S. at 0:411. ST. MATTHEW’S LUTHERAN Kentucky Aye. at IMh St. g.E. Bey. Then. P. Fricke. 0:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—“The Pnllnaaa af Time."_ CHRIST LUTHERAN BETHESDA-CHEVY CHASE ST ATETHF ATEB. BETHE8DA. MD. REV. HENRT J. WHITING. Paster. 0:30 a.m.—Sunday School 11:00 a.m.—"Third Anniversary Service.” Rev. Howard g. Snyder. Prearher._ Worship in This Charming Stone Church CHRIST LUTHERAN (MISSOURI SYNOD) 16th and Gallatin Sts. N.W. REV. J. FREDERIC WENCHEL. Paster. fl:45a.m—Sunday School. 10:20 a.m.—Holy Communion. 11:00 a.m.—Sermon on “The Bible Today.” 5:00 p.m.—Walther League. Young People’* Meeting. (Bmtt T4mm€\w*( «tKXAit K.lauia f Faith? 0 45 a.m.—Sunday School. Classes for All. ! 11:00 a.m.—"Gad’s Answer to Msn’s Prsy er far Security.” Sermon by Pastor. 8:00 p.m.—Junior Luther League. "Amuse ments.” by Msrvin Hsrtung. I Supper at T:lft. “This Is Our Anniversary Tear!" f ST. P AUL’S Conn. Ave. and Everett St. REV. HENRY W. SNYDER, D. D. Faster. ®:30 a m.—Sunday School. 1 11:00 a.m.—Sermon: “Christs The Justice of God." 8:00 p.m.—Sermon: “Finding Happi ness." Keller Memorial Maryland Ayrnna and Ninth St. N.E. J. Harold Mumper, S. T. M., Pastor Bible School_9:30 A.M. Morning Worship _11:00A.M. Subj® t: "The Mogmfiiot." Evening Worship 7:45 P M. Subject: 'The Coming Christ." Young People's Societies-.6:45 The Homelike Church 1 ..1 ■ ■ Saptiat Maryland Avenue 14th and Md. Art. N.E. Rer. W. A. Emmans, Paitor Sunday School, 9:3# a.m. B. T. P. U., 7 p.m. “Bondage or Liberty” a p.m. “Why the Jeans Christ Died” We Preach ( Crucified. rhr*** \ CAmin* Again. I KENDALL- fith Ncar^ Indca. Atc. j Len Franklin Stevens, Minister. 0 40 • m—Sunder school 1 I :00 s m.— "Our Hnnery World.” Communion ) e:on p m—Georre Mile*. Guest Speaker. Prayer Service. 8 p.m. Thursdsr. I CENTENNIAL 7th and I Streets N.E. Wilaon Holder, Pastor. 9:3(1 a.m.—Bible School. ll:00».m.—"The ‘Must’ of Love." The lord* Supper. , d 45 p.m.—B. T. U. 9:0(1 pm.—“The Wonder of Jesus.” j Baptism*. j Thnrsdav Eve. at II p.m.—Prayer . : and RiMe study. • Radio. “God’s Quarter Hour.” WOL, January 2 at fi:3fi a.m. Prayer for the Sick at Every Service. GRACE Uth and 8oath Carolina Are. fi.R. PASTOR, P. W. JOHNSON 9 30 a.m.—Bible School. Classes for All. I 1 OO a m.—"The Christian’s Pbilnsnphr of Life." COMMUNION SERVICE. 7:45 pm.—B. T. P. U. In charee. Prayer Meetinr Tharsday at a. ALL WELCOME AT GRACE. raTWORTHK^rtK 11:00 a.m Sermon and Communion— “The Slark Grandeur af Life.” s on p.m Sermon and Sons Service— Rev. F Paul Lanehorne. Rerwyn. 111. Closlne Sermons of 75th Anniversary. Yaden Bible Clsas—9:45 a m. . S. 8. 9:30- Classes for all. -— Lutheran NCAMiAtroir Maryland ftynnd, I nlted Lutheran f'bnrebl ITorahtp. 11 a m. 8. 8., »:4f>. L. L.t ? op. TRINITY MISSOURI SYNOD 4th and E SU. N.W. REV. HUGO M. HENNtG Roy. C. Stuebe. Assistant 8:30 a.m.—German Servlet. 9:4Sa.m.—Sunday School. .1:00 am— English Servlet with Holy Communion. “Like-Mind _ edness.” iTuther place Memorial Church At Thomae Circle Rev. D". Carl C. Runiwit. DP., Faster. Rev. Edgar D. Ziegler. Assistant Faster. 11 O Clock Service— “IT CHRIST CAME TO CHURCH TODAY.” Dr. Carl C. Rasmussen. P 4.5 a m --Sunday School 8.00 pm.—Intermediate Luther League 7:00 p m—Senior Luther League OUR OBJECTIVE HOWARD E. SNYDER, PASTOR Sundsy School_9:40a.m. Morning Service _. 11:00 a.m. Luther League_7:00 p.m. Vespers _ . 8:00 p.m. Church of the Reformation Opposite Fnlger Shakespeare Library 212 East Capitol Street DR. OSCAR F. BLACK WELDER, Faater. Dr. John W'eidley, Faster Fmeritas. Rev. Ralph W. leiear, Aasiatant Paator 9:30am—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—Morning worship Ser mon: "The Kingdom.” 8:45 p.m.—Luther League*. 8:00 p m.—Evening worship Ser mon: "The World When Jeau* Came and Now." Dr. Blackwelder will preach. The Public l« Cordiall* Incited. baptist SECOND 17th and Fast Capitol Rta | Rev. H. M. B. Jones. f). D.. Pastor. j O 30 a m.—Bible School 11:00am—"Gone Forever.** fi 45 p m.—B Y P U R on pm.—"Our I-ndiscnvered Rtrenetb" HIGHLANDSCHURCH Fourteenth Street at Jefferaon. Newton Mercer Simmonds. Pastor. o 30 a m.—Church School 11 oo a m—Communion With Addres*. R on o m —"What Price?" METROPOLITAN Sixth and A Sta. N.E. John rnmuinn Ball. P. TV. Pa.tar Morning at Kievan “Christmas Cost” Evening at Seven-forty-flve: "The l nsolved Question . of the Ages.” p^tnr’s Text Will Be Sun? hr a Group of Junior Harmomzers p 30—Church Bible School « 3n—Four Societies of Young People 7 30—Spirited Sonrs and Spiritual Sermon. Attend the Chureh That Glow*. Goea and Grows Continually. IF LATE CALL A TAXI TAKOMA r;nd”A""nnxV vw 11 00am.—"Life. I.o*t and Found.* 7 46 p m—Monthly 8ongfe*t William F. La Rne. Paator. WEST WASHINGTON 3t«t and N Blrml* N W CHARLES B Al'STrV. Pastor. 11 no * m -Lord's SiiDp.r Hamid Mtllrr Will Sina. a no p m Sermon by Pastor “chevy" chase Wealern Are. W. of Cirele Rev. Edward O. Clark. Pastor 11 00 a m.—Communion Service . "The Pointing Finger.’* 7 00 p.m.—Young People a Meeting ROOpm.—Community Evening Serrlee nCTU E Near 7th S.W. r ir 111 Dr. J.E.Brlrrs. Pastor 11 a m.—"Above the Average.** Dr Briggs will welcome new member* tnd ariminiater the Lord's Supper 7.4 5 pm.—"What the Bible Teaches About the Reeond Cominr of Chriat." s. S . 0 30 a m B T U . R 30 P m Mon.. 7:4,5—Monthly Deacon*' Meeting Tuesday 7:45—Woman's Missionary Meeting and Playlet. Bring One—Win One. Rational baptist iPemortal 16th and Columbia Road N.W. Gove G. Johnson, Pastor. A. Lincoln Smith, Assistant .Pastor. I 11 AM—"THE LAW OF CHRIST." The Lord's Supper. 8 P.M.—“FOUR KINDS OF LOST PEOPLE." Brass Quartet. Bible School—»:30. B. Y. P. IT.—8:45 Midweek Service, Thursday Evening at 8. | ■ /jfT t*I fonrn 8th and H Sts. N.W. VLCUUiUj' W. S. ABERNETHY, Minister 11 A M —“MEN WORKING." Men will be special jruests. (Communion Service.! 8 P.M.—YOUNG PEOPLES NIGHT. Howard Rees and Pastor speaking. 7:4ft—Organ Recital, Thomas Moss. 11:00—Junior Church. 0:30—S. S. 5. 8 and 8:45—Young People's Groups. DCTL AT*’ a"d 3nd B' w* r’ GERMAN. Minuter. Dili I f1_ J I 3 t -rtO a.m.—-"The Gatpel mi We." - *:OOp.m.—"Another Man n Foundation.*9 1 The flteventan Bible Glass Invite* You to Hear RRNATOR M. M. LOGAN, an Earnest Ezpoaition of Bible Truth*. 3Ptral HapltHt (EI|urrt|. lfittf anil (0 fctmtfi REV. EDWARD HUGHES PRUDEN, D. D.. Pastor. 11 a.m.—“FIRST CHURCH MARCHES ON.” Dr. Pruden. (First Anniversary of Dr. Pruden's Pastorate.) 5:30 p.m.—“SONS OF GOD” Dr. Pruden. (Evening Service: 5:30 to 8:15 P.M.) Oome to Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; B. Y. P. U., 8:45 p.m. j ANACOSTIA ^ Tho». I. Boorde, Minister, Poitor-evongelitt Special Gospel Sorricas, beginning Sunday, December Silt. Continue doily at 7:45 p.m., axcapt Monday. Sunday morning services:. Bible School, 9:45; 11:00, "In Re membrance"; 12 M., communion. Evening services: B. Y. P. U , 6:45; "You Shall Bo Saved and Your Family," 7:45. Tuesday: "Sin end Sins." Wednesday: "Church Members and Sin." Thursday: "A Greater Sin Then Pilate." Fridoy: 'The Sinner's Place." Saturday: "Do Not Call God a Liar." CAN COMMUNISM, FASCISM, or ony other ISM SAVE AMER ICA—AND THE WORLD? Our answer is: "That the Gospel Only, and Only tha Gospel, CAN SAVE AMERICA—AND THE WORLD." Tha "old fashioned" singing of fho "old fashionad" songs.