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DR. CLINCHY TO GIVE
Mount Pleasant Congrega'
tional Plans Social and
Economic Discussions.
"What Is Religion” is the subject
of Dr. Russell J. Clinchy. minister of
the Mount Pleasant Congregational
Church, tomorrow morning. This is
the first of a series of sermons he will
preach during February on the general
subject. ' The Meaning of Religion.”
Topics to follow will be: February 6.
"What Is Communion With God?”;
February 13, “What Is the Use of the
Bible Today?”; February 20, “How
Does Religion Change One's Life?”
and February 27, "What Is Chris
tian Action "
The Rev. .John L. Mixon, director
of the department of social welfare,
will be the speaker in the Adult Forum
at 10 o'clock. His subject will be "Ihe
Co-ordination of Protestant Social
Work in the District of Columbia."
The film, "For All Our Sakes," will be
shown at 7 o'clock, sponsored by the
three young people's groups, which are
being joined at the 6 o’clock social by
the Cleveland Park Society, Ray Ever
ett of the Social Hygiene Society and
Dr. Clinchy will speak.
The Business and Professional Wom
en's Group will have a dinner meeting
Tuesday at 6:15. Dr. W. Harold Snape
will explain the work of the Goodwin
Industries.
Mrs. Eucene Meyer will speak
Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock on
'Democracy Grows Stronger.” Ross
Farrar, tenor soloist at. Washington
Cathedral, will sing, accompanied by
Claude Robeson.
"A Discussion on the Economic
Plebiscite" will be the topic of the
first, of four discussions on this subject
at the church night supper or> Thurs
day. under the auspices of the Social
Action Committee of the Brotherhood
of Service. Reservations for supper at
6:15 may be made through the church
office until Wednesday afternoon.
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SERIES CONTINUED
BY DR. RASMUSSEN
' WhRt Do You Expect?" Will Be
Subject of Address in
Morning.
Dr Carl C Rasmussen, pastor at,
Luther Place Memorial Church, will
continue his series of pre-Lenten ser
mons on “What Do You Expect?" at
the II o'clock service tomorrow. He
will preach on “What Do You Expect—
of Adversity?” A group of new mem
bers will be received.
Harold K. Howland, jr.. will present
♦ he subject, “What Does My Church
Expect, of Me-” at the ft o'clock Inter
mediate Luther League meeting.
The Rev. Edgar D. Ziegler will use
at 7 pm. as the subject of his dis
course "Baptism.’’
“A Tour Through the Bible" will be
directed by Miss Margaret Wenger
at the Senior Luther League at 8 p.m.
The Young People's Fellowship will
attend the mass meeting under the
auspices of the Board of American
Missions at Keller Memorial Church
Tuesday evening.
"The Church Goes to Work—
Where?" the second subject in the
series of midweek talks by the Rev.
Mr. Ziegler, will be presented Thurs
day evening.
CANTATA TO BE SUNG
“The Glorified Christ" to Be Given
at Church of Holy City.
“The Glorified Christ.” a sacred
cantata by Dr. Rollo F. Maitland. F.
A. G. O.. w ill be sung at the Church of
the Holy City. Sixteenth and Corcoran
streets, tomorrow at 4:30 p.m. The
public is invited.
A Swedenborg anniversary dinner
will be held today at the Y. W. C. A‘.
Following the dinner, at 8 o'clock, an
address on Swedenborg will be given,
Which the public is invited to hear.
■ i
Christian Endeavor
Rhode Island Avenue M. P. seniors,
with Bailey Phelps leading tomorrow
evening, will discuss “The Church
Needs Us.” The societies will conduct
the evening church service. Phyllis
Richards will preside.
Westminster Presbyterian seniors
will havp a hymn study. Mildred Bar
ton and Virginia Hubner will lead.
New York Avenue Presbyterian
seniors will have as speaker Mrs. Sar
gent, their missionary to China. Next
Saturday at 4 p.m. the members will
attend the wedding and reception of
Eleanor Fisher and Stanley Heyse at
the church.
Eckington Presbyterian societies will
have charge of the evening church
service. A pageant, “For Christ and
the Church,” prepared by Beryl Wood
ing. will be presented.
Eastern Presbyterian senior group
No. 3, with Vivian Smelser leading,
will present a program in observance
of denominational day. A business
meeting will be held Monday evening.
Intermediates, with Raymond Gobeille
leading, will study “Balaam,” continu
ing the study of Bible characters.
Albright Memorial Evangelical so
cieties will conduct the evening church
service.
Covenant-First Presbyterian and
National City Christian intermediates,
with John Vanderveer and Selma Har
riman leading, respectively, will have
for their topic "The Church Needs Us.”
Ninth Street Christian intermediates
will have a barn party next Saturday
night.
Sixth Presbyterian intermediates
tomorrow evening will hear a "Bible
Message for Young People," presented
by Rev. Mr. Garner, the pastor.
Wallace Memorial U. P. intermedi
ates will have as guest speaker the Rev.
Walter MacDonald. Charles Copeland
will preside.
Columbia Heights Christian inter
mediates will discuss "Young People
In the Church.” Doris Carneal will
lead. Alden Imus, guest board mem
ber. will speak on “Intermediate
Union Activities.”
Memorial United Brethren Inter
mediates will be visited by Bartlett
Dorr, and Rhode Island Avenue M. P.
by Edgar Bon Durant, both board
members.
District Union meeting will be Feb
ruary 7 at New York Avenue Presby
terian. Representative Jerry Voorhis
of California will speak. The union
dinner will be held February 9 at the
Fairfax Hotel. Intermediate banquet
will be February U at Calvary Bap
tist. Rev. Peter Marshall will speak.
February 27 has been designated as
"Norma Dunning day” In all societies.
Activities in Local Churches
Baptist.
Anarostia.
At the evening service tomorrow Dr.
Roberta Ma. a member of the faculty
of the Sun Yat Sen University of Can
ton, China, will be the guest speaker.
Takoma Park.
The Rev. William E. La Rue will
speak tomorrow morning on "The
Controlled Life." At the evening he
will speak on “Are We Sectarians?"
The Ladies’ Aid Society is preparing
to serve an oyster dinner on Febru
ary 4.
Bethany.
The annual church banquet will be
held Wednesday at the Continental
Hotel. The speakers are Dr. William
A. Keese, pastor of the Metropolitan
Methodist Church, and Senator M. L.
Logan of Kentucky. Horace L. Stev
enson is toastmaster.
The Rev. M. P. German will speak
at both morning and evening services.
His sub.iects are "Despairing of No
Man" and "When Giving Is Accept
able." The young people will assist in
the evening service. At the midweek
■ devotional service there will be an
; open discussion of the missionary
| magazine called "I Discover Mv
I Church.”
Wisconsin Avenue.
| George Miles will speak at the 11
o’clock service and Weaver Doyle at 8
I Pm. Prayer meeting Thursdav eve
! ning.
1 _
West Washington.
i The Rev. C. B. Austin will preach
! tomorrow at 11 a m., on "Revive Us
Again." and at 8 pm. sermon No. 2,
. "How Can I Make My Life Count for
My Church?"
The Ladies’ Aid Society will serve a
; turkey dinner Wednesday, 5 to 7
o’clock, in the Sunday School Audi
torium. The public is invited.
The pastor will preside at the serv
ice Thursday evening on "What I
Would Like to See My Church Do
In 1938.”
Petworth.
The Rev. Henry J. Smith will speak
on "Lifegiving Life" Sunday morning
and in the evening "The Glory of Un
reached Goats." The midweek prayer
service will be in charge of the young
people in the absence of 'the pastor,
i Thp quarterly business meeting of the
I church will be held Tuesday night,.
Second (Colored.)
The William Bishop Johnson Mis
sionary Society will observe its twen
tieth anniversary tomorrow. Dr. J. L.
R Holloman will preach at 11 a.m. on
| "The Missionary Enterprise: a Chal
lenge to the Heroic." There will be
special services at. 3 p.m. In the eve
ning he will preach on "Revelations
Growing Out of the Antl-Lvnching Bill
Debate."

Vermont Avenue (Colored.)
At 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. the Rev. C. T.
Murray will preach. At. 11:20 a.m. the
, Rev. T. Ewell Hopkins will deliver a
special message to the junior church.
Mount Bethel (Colored.)
Dr. K. W. Roy will preach at 11 ,
a.m. tomorrow on "Eating Up the Little
Book." At 8 p.m., Dr. J. S. Earle of
Spartanburg. S. C.. will preach. Prayer
I meeting Tuesday night: voung folks'
| meeting, Thursday night!
Good Will (Colored.)
Dr. James L. Pinn will preach in the
morning on "The Mountains of the
Bible." At 2 o'clock he will conduct
services at. the District Jail. In the
evening his subject will be "The Power
of the Early Church."
Friendship (Colored.)
Revival is being conducted bv Dr.
Ralph Mark Gilbert of South Bend.
Ind. He will preach Sunday at 11 a.m
and 8 p.m. He will deliver a special
message to women only at 3:30 p.m. ;
The revival will close January 31 with !
a chorus of 100 voices.
Jerusalem (Colored.)
Missionary day will be observed to
morrow. The Rev. Jesse White will !
preach at 11 a.m., A missionary pro
sram by the Lvriia Missionary Circle at
3:30 p.m. Gospel song service by the
gospel chorus at 8 p.m.
Third (Colored.) t
Dr. George O. Bullock's topic at 11
a.m. is “The Scope of the Gospel." At i
3:30 p.m. he will preach at the Zion !
Baptist Church. At 8 p.m. there will
be a missionary program. Prayer!
meeting Tuesday, 8 to 10, and Thurs
day at 9 p.m.
Rehohoth (Colored.)
‘ Pergamos." the third topic in the
series of seven will be the subject of
the Rev. Mr. Johnson's morning mes
sage. Mrs. Maude George and Mrs.
Marie Lyons will render solos. A union
revival will begin Sunday night. The
pastor and congregation will worship
with the Bethlehem Baptist Church
Sunday afternoon.
Zion, Southwest (Colored)'.
The Rev. A. Joseph Edwards preaches.
Sunday morning on “The Other Side)
of Greatness" and at night on “The'
Measure of Life." On Thursday,
night the pastor speaks on “The
Mosaic Philosophy of Holiness." tte
first sermon in a series entitled “A
Religious Philosophy of Holiness in
the Light of Biblical History."
Congregational.
People’s (Colored).
The topic of the Rev. A. F. Elmes
tomorrow morning is “For Those Who
Bear and Share the Load." The young
people are organized in two fellow
ships. w'ith the younger teen-age.group
meeting at 5 p.m. and the older/group
fit 6.30.
At the service next Thursday the
series of devotional talks on. “Great
Sayings of Paul" will be continued.
Plymouth (Colored V
The Rev. Arthur D. Gray will preach
on "Life-Giving Convictions” at the
morning service. The Hampton Alumni
Club will be the special guests at this
service. The minister’s class in New
Testament interpretation will meet
Thursday at 8 p.m.
Christian.
Third.
“New Management" is the topic of
the Rev. C. N. Williams tomorrow at
ll o clock. The young people will
meet in the social hall at 7 p.m.
Fifteenth Street.
Morning worship and holy com
munion at 11 o’clock. Sermon by the
Rev. Leslie L. Bowers, on “Keeping
Life Sweet." On Thursday at 10:30
the Womans Council will celebrate
“World Call Day.” The speaker will
be Mrs. Everett Dix and a special play
will be presented by members of the
local council The annual father and
son banquet -will be given Friday at
6:15. It is sponsored by the Men’s
Bible Class. The speaker will be the
Rev. Frank £ Johnston, jr., of Calvary
Baptist Church.
Epiacopal.
Transfiguration.
Services Sunday will be at 7:30, 9:30,
11 and Young People's Society at 7:30
in the evening. The Rt. Rev. Bishop
Attwood will preach at the 11 o'clock
service. The Rev. J. J. Queally will
officiate.
St. Columba's.
The Rev. Hunter Lewis, a missionary
from Japan, will preach at 11 a.m.
Holy communion is at 7:30 a.m.
Lutheran.
St. Stephen's Evangelical.
The Rev. Sam H. Kommann will
preach tomorrow at 11 a.m. on "Little
Journeys With Jesus.” The 7:30 p.m.
service will be in charge of the officers
of the fcuther League.
St. Mark's.
"Faith in a Storm" will be the
theme of the Rev. J. Luther Frantz
at the 11 a.m. service.
The Luther League will meet at
6:30 p.m. Miss Virginia Biesecker
will lead the discussion of the topic:
"Luther League Missionary Day."
The Church Council will meet Wed
nesday at 8 p.m.
Methodiat Epiacopal.
Lincoln Road.
"The Life Everlasting" will be the
theme of the Rev. Reginald Heber
Stone at 11 a.m. Anthems by the
vested choir. Epworth League at 6:45
p.m. "The Uplifted Christ” will be the
sermon fcpic at 8 p.m. Cottage prayer
hour at Dr. and Mrs. Wright's, 207 V
street N.E. Appointments gladly made
for hour of consultation.
McKendree.
The Rev. Samuel E. Rose speaks on
"The Consecrated Mind" at the 11
o'clock service. Young People's League
at 7 p.m. Request song service at 8
p.m. The minister preaches a short
sermon on "Vision Supplementing
Duty.”
The Missionary Caravan will begin
its tour through Bible lands at the
parsonage on Tuesday at 8 p.m. The
Philathea Class meets with Mrs. Nell
Bell on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Midweek
service on Thursday at 8 p.m., with
address by the Rev. Mr. Rose.
Calvary M. E. South.
The Rev. W. D. Keene will preach at
the 11 o'clock service on "Church
Membership.” another in the series of
sermons on the church. Calvary will
unite with the other Methodist
churches of Georgetown in a joint
service at the Congress Street M. P.
Church. On Thursday evening the
pastor continues his talks on "Out of
Aldersgate."
Waugh.
At 11 a.m. the sermon by the Rev.
A. P. Poore is "The Mystery of Jesus”
and 8 p.m. sermon, "The Twilight
Desired." On Wednesday at, 5 p.m.
a Dutch supper will be held. The
Marlow Class on Thursday, 7:30 p.m.,
prayer meeting.
Union.
Dr. John R. Edwards continues to
morrow a discussion of the theme "A
Great Awakening.” The morning's
subject is "Wells of Salvation.” The
evening topic is “Things That
Remain." At the morning service the
choir and Mrs. J. P. Albert will sing.
St. Paul M. E. South.
The Rev. William P. Locke will
preach tomorrow at 11 a.m. on “What
Moses Pound When He Came Down
Prom the Mountain” and at 8 p.m. on
“Jesus and the Law.” George Max
well will lead the meeting of the
Young People’s Division at 7:15 p.m.
Trinity.
Dr. Dan L. Ennis will speak at 11
a.m. on "Proceeding Prom God.” At
8 p.m. on "He Made It Again.” The
Epworth League at 7 pm. will be led
by James J. Cooke, whose subject will
be "John Wesley.” At 7:45 there will
be a recital by the organist, Miss Emma
Louise Thompson, and John M. Hall,
tenor. On Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. the
Adult Bible Classes will have a covered
dish supper, followed by a social and
entertainment.
Concord—Cabin John.
The subject of the Rev. Prank
Edwards Sutch will be “The Privilege
of Serving.” At Concord, Sunday
school, 2:15 p.m.; church service, 3
p.m. At Cabin John, Sunday school,
9:45 a.m.; church service, 8 p.m.
Lewis Memorial.
Due to sudden illness in his family,
the Rev. John A. Trader, pastor, an
nounced the Rev. Lawrence Little, pro
fessor of religion at Western Maryland
College, will preach at the 11 o'clock
service and Dr. K. K. Hadaway, pas
tor of Mount Olivet Methodist Church,
will preach at 8 p.m.
Metropolitan Wesley A. M. E.
"Gideon’s Three Hundred" will be
the subject of the pastor at the 11
o’clock service. At 3 o'clock the Rev.
George O. Bullock, minister, Third
Baptist Church, will preach. “The
Prodigal Son” will be the subject for
discussion at the Sunday night service.
John Wesley A. M. E. Z.
The Rev. S. G. Spottswood will
preach on "Noah Sanctified by Faith”
at 11 a.m., and in the evening on "New
Loyalties.” Music by the Cathedral
Choir.
Jones Memorial (Colored).
Dr. Julius S. Carroll will begin a
series of sermons tomorrow on "The
Gospel According to St. Mark.” Ep
Worth League meeting at 6:30 p.m.
The theme is "The Young Moslem
Looks at Christianity.” Prayer service
Wednesday, 8 p.m.
Methodist Protestant
Congress Street.
The Harrison Bible Class will meet
tomorrow at 9:45 a.m. Maj. E. W.
Brown, first vice president, will preside.
Jesse Johnson will have charge of the
lesson. Dr. Hirl A. Kester, the pastor,
will give a short talk. Representative
Charles Jasper Bell of Missouri will
be the guest speaker. The lesson theme
is "Christianity’s Concern for Spiritual
Health,” All men are welcome.
Dr. Kester will preach at 11 a.m. on
“A Young Man’s God.” A Methodist
union service of all Methodist
churches in Georgetown will be held
at 8 p.m. Dr. E. A. Sexsmith, president
of the Maryland Conference, will be
the speaker.
• North Carolina Avenue.
"Holding Fast” is the sermon sub-'
ject of the Rev. B. I. Barnes at 11 am.
Young People's day will be observed
in the Sunday School and morning
service.
Presbyterian
Westminster Memorial.
The Rev. Harry V. Porter will preach
at 11 a.m. on "Has God Spoken?” In
the evening he will speak on "Is
Industry Christian?” On Thursday at
8 pm. the first session of a Steward
A
ship Institute will be held, and on Fri
day evening there will be a preparatory
service of the midwinter communion
service.
River Road United.
• The Rev. Virgil M. Cosby will preach
tomorrow at 11 a.m. on "Concern for
Souls." The young people will meet
at the church at 6:30 and visit the
Wallace Memorial young people's
meeting.
Eckington.
The annual praise service of the
Missionary Society will be held at the
11 o'clock service. The Rev. Henry
B. Wooding will preach. At 8 p.m.
the young people will observe their
annual young people's program.
Knox.
Services will be held at 1316 Ver
mont avenue N.W. at 11 a.m. and 8
p.m. In the morning the Rev. Leslie
W. Slpat will speak on "The Tempta
tion of Jesus." The studies in Gala
tians will be continued at the evening
service. This church is affiliated with
the Presbyterian Church of America
Assembly.
Western.
Dr. J. H. Duicham will preach to
morrow on "Sowing and Reaping" and
"The Sacredness of a Promise.”
Georgetown.
The Rev. R. M. Skinner will preach
tomorrow at the 11 o'clock service on
"Born to Serve.” The young people
will meet at 5:30 p.m. The inter
mediates will be addressed at 7:30 p.m.
by Miss Murray, hospital worker for
the Federation of Churches. In ob
servance of missionary work the wom
en of the church will meet Tuesday
for luncheon at 11:30 o'clock.
Perk Memorial Chapel.
The topic of the special service
Sunday morning is "I Follow Him.”
A number of young people will par
ticipate in the service. W. W. Ar
buokle and the Rev. Irving W.
Ketchum will speak.
The Women's Bible class will con
duct the meeting Wednesday at 8
p.m. Mrs. Elizabeth Ketchum is the
teacher and Mrs. Rosa B. Putnam is
president. The devotions will be in
charge of the pastor.
Fifteenth Street (Colored).
Dr. H. B. Taylor will have for his
subject Sunday, 11 a.m.. "Glorifying
the Cross." At 6 p.m. the Ladies’ Aid
Society will celebrate their 10th anni
versary. Dr. Taylor will deliver a brief
address. The program will be followed
by the presentation of the pageant
"Challenge of the Cross."
Other Service*.
Church of Two Worlds.
"Holy Orders" will be the subject
of the address by the Rev. H. Gordon
Borroughs tomorrow evening at the
Hotel Continental. Raymond Berry,
baritone, will be the soloist, with
Muss Hannah Bonell as accompanist.
At the Wednesday evening service
the minister will give a lecture, fol
lowed by spiritual healing and mes
sages.
Potomac Heights Community.
"Jesus at Prayer" will be the sub
ject of the sermon by the Rev. O. J.
Randall at 11 a.m. tomorrow. The
Sunday School Board and tre Com
mittee on Evangelism will meet Tues
day evening.
Yogoda Society.
Brahmachari Jotin of Calcutta.
India, will spealc tomorrow evening
on "Introspection” in the chapel,
1758 Columbia road N.W. The public
is also invited to attend the class in
the study of the Bhagavad Gita,
which will be held Thursday evening.
Greenbelt.
The Rev. M. S. White will preach
at the community church service to
morrow morning.
Divine Science.
The Rev. G. L. Patch will give the
Divine Science meaning of "The
Shaft of Light" in a lesson-sermon
tomorrow at 11 a. m. at the Trafton
Hotel. On Thursday at 8 p.m. he
will give another lesson on "Jesus’
Principles of Living."
Volunteer* of America.
Adjt. W. J. MacNabb will preach
at the Relief Mission. 471 Pennsyl
vania avenue N.W., tomorrow at 3
o’clock on ‘‘A Little Man With a Big
Problem.” He was recently trans
ferred here from Mansfield. Ohio.
Lt. Maj. H. Mills Eroh, local com
mander, will be in charge of to
morrow's services.
Christian Science.
"Love" is the subject of the lesson
sermon in all the Churches of Christ,
Scientist, tomorrow. The golden text
is from I John, iv.16: “We have
known and believed the love that
God hath to us. God is love, and
he that dwelleth in love dwelleth in
God. and God in him.” Among the
citations which comprise the lesson
sermon is the following from the
Bible: "Love worketh no ill to his
neighbor: therefore love is the fulfill
ing of the law.” (Romans, xiii.10.)
Salvation Army.
Meetings tomorrow are:
Washington No. 1 Corps, 606 E street
N.W.—11 a.m.. Maj. W. E. Graham:
8 p.m., Maj. Henry S. Wilkins: Maj.
W. E. Graham's farewell meeting.
Washington No. 3 Corps, 1501 Sev
enth street N.W.—ll a.m. and 8 p.m.,
Brig. James Roberts. '
Washington No. 3 Corps, 733 Eighth
street S.E.—11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m.,
Capt. C. William Jaynes.
Washington No. 4 Corps, 1075 Jef
ferson street N.W.—11 a.m., Capt.
Jackson Martin; 8 p.m., Maj. Gilbert
S. Decker: Capt. Jackson Martin’s
farewell meeting.
Washington No. 5 Corps, 715 I street
N.E.—11 a.m. and 8 p.m., Adjt. Charles
Tritton.
Men's social service department,
528 First street N.W.—11 a.m., Adjt.
Albert E. Baldwin.
Gospel Hall.
The series of Gospel services con
ducted each night this week at 245
Fifteenth street S.E. by Evangelist
B. Bradford of Long Island. N. Y„
will be continued each night next
week at -8 o'clock,
First Brethren.
The Rev. Homer A. Kent will preach
at 11 o’clock tomorrow on "And He
Brought Him to Jesus.” At 7:45 p.m.
he will preach on "The Gospel in a
Nutshell.” The Senior Choir will
sing at both services. The young
people’s groups meet at 6:45 p.m. The
midweek service will be led by the
two senior societies of Christian En
deavor Wednesday at 8 p.m. The
pastor’s Bible class will meet at 7
o’clock Wednesday. The church is
planning for its annual building fund
day on February 6.
French Service.
"Lee Cotnpagnons Invisibles” will
'be the subject of ;the sermon by the
Rev. A. F. Llotard at the French
service at the New York Avenue Pres
terian Church tomorrow at 4 p.m.
Healing Service*.
The prayer circle of the Christian
Healing Mission of the Church of
St. Stephen and the Incarnation will
meet Tuesday at 10:30 in the parish
hall. The service of holy communion
and Christian healing will be held
Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. The
Rev. Paul Wilbur, rector, will officiate.
Open Door Church.
The pastor’s theme Sunday morning
will be "The Life of Faith as Seen
in Moses,” and Sunday night a gos
pel service. Henry Earl Rulapaugh,
missionary tn the Kentucky moun
tains, will give a talk in the young
people's service at 7 p.m.
Fourteenth Street Church of Christ.
The minister, Hugo McCord, will
speak at 11 on "The Power of the
Gospel.” Communion service will be
at 11:45. A mass meeting is called
for 7 p.m. The minister- will preach
at 8 p.m. on "Micah's Idolatry.”
Christian Reincarnation.
Services will be held tomorrow at
7:30 p.m., at 717 Eleventh street N.W.
Dr. H. H. Burr will deliver a lecture
on "The Psychic Key to Happiness.”
Marguerite Beighton, author and poet,
will give a short selection of ap
propriate poems. .
BAPTISTCHURCH
CONTINUES SERIES
Business Meeting of Chevy Chase
Group to Be Thursday at
8:45 O'Clock.
The Rev. Edward O. Clark, pastor
of Chevy Chase Baptist Church, in a
series of sermons on "More Studies in
John's Gospel,” will speak tomorrow
at the 11 o'clock service on "A Sab
bath Healing.” and at the midweek
service on “Jesus and Sin,” Thursday
at 7:45 p.m.
A business meeting of the church
will be held Thursday at 8.45 p.m.,
after the preaching service.
The Rev. C. W. Cranston will preach
at the community service tomorrow
evening.
ALBRIGHT MEMORIAL
PLANS ANNUAL DINNER
Business Meeting to Follow Con
gregational Gathering Mon
day at 6:15.
The church year will come to a
close at Albright. Memorial Church
with Sunday's services. On Monday
at 6:15 o'clock the annual congrega
tional dinner will be held, followed by
the annual business meeting. Trus
tees and Sunday school officers will
be ejected.
At 11 o'clock tomorrow the Rev.
George E. Schnabel, minister, will
deliver the last of a series of four,
"Preach It Again." sermons. The
subject will be "Htflne Made Religion."
The observance of youth week will
begin tomorrow. At the session of
the Sunday school the Christian En
deavor groups will be heard. At night
all of the young people will attend
church in a body and the Albright
girls' choir will sing. The sermon
subject will be "Hilarious Youth and
the Church.” 1
The brotherhood will join with the
congregation in the annual business
meeting Monday night in place of the
regular monthly meeting on Tuesday
night. The prayer meeting on Wed
nesday night will discuss the third
commitment of the Farther With
Christ Mission.
Young People’s
Fellowship
Six parishes have reported on the
questionnaire of the Program Com
mittee and results will appear next
week. A partial census of the organi
sation already shows a membership of
nearly 300.
The annual banquet and dance Is
February 4.
St. Margaret’s will give an enter
tainment and dance February 12.
“The Study of Church History’’ will
be the February theme at Trinity, Ta
koma Park. Recreation Night will be
held tonight at 8 o'clock.
Games, toys, clothes and pictures
are being collected by Pinkney Me
morial to send to Spanish children
refugees. A skating party will follow
the meeting tomorrow night.
"The Bible and Its Implications in
the Modern World’’ is the study being
made by St. Paul’s, Washington Cir
cle; Herbert Mayers began the series
last Sunday with a review of the New
Testament. Jack Mayers will speak
tomorrow night. A new junior fellow
ship has been started by Morris Spawn.
The Dicesan Quarterly will be pub
lished tomorrow.
The provincial meeting of the Wash
ington Province will be held Februarv
26 and 27,
’ Httittgrualtet
UNIVERSALIST NATIONAL
MEMORIAL CHURCH
Cor. JOth and S Sts. jy.w
K*v. Frederic W. Perkins. D. D.
10:00—Church School and Adult Forum
11:00—Service of Worship.
"What Meaninr to Life?”
Notional Capital Choir
Jessie Masters, Director
_H. Jerome Graham, Orsanist.
(flongrggatumal
TO TALK ON CHINA
Discussion Listed on Chris
tianity and Racial
Prejudices.
At the Lutheran Church of the
Reformation tomorrow at the 11 o’clock
service. Dr. Oscar P. Blackwelder will
continue his pre-lenten series, using
as his theme, "How to Achieve Mental
Health.”
The Luther Leagues meet at 6:45.
Miss Alma lake, a retired missionary
from China, will speak on "China,”
at the Young People's League. ”Toyo
hiko Kagawa" is the subject to be
discussed by Howard Hartzell, Miss
Josephine McCall and Herbert
Stephens, in the Senior League.
Bruce Hulett Is the devotional leader.
In the Intermediate League, the topic
will be "Can One Be a Christian and
Still Hold Race Prejudice?” Those
taking part are: Louise Hauser, Jack
Zorb, Hazel Campbell, Betty Jane
Davis, Naomi Crass and Bernard
Taubersmith. Dr. Blackwelder is the
Adult League speaker on "How to
Manage One's Life.”
The Church Council and Woman's
Missionary Society meetings, sched
uled for Tuesday evening, are'past
poned in order that the congregation
may co-operate with the rally meeting
under the auspices of the Board of
American Missions in Keller Memorial
Church.
The Wednesday evening program
begins at 7:30 with the three class
periods. At the 8:15 devotional as
sembly the Rev. Ralph W. Loew con
tinues his address on “Philippians,”
and the Fellowship Hour begins at
8:45.
On Friday at 6:30 the Animal Roll
Call of the Washington Inner Mission
Society closes with a dinner in Refor
mation parish hall. Dr. Ralph H.
Long, executive director of the Na
tional Lutheran Council, is the guest
speaker.
REV. HAROLD E. BEATTY
ANNOUNCES HIS THEME
“The Sovereign of the Seas” Topic.
Other Meeting* for Week
Listed.
"The Sovereign of the Sea" will be
the subject tomorrow at 11 a.m. in
Georgetown Lutheran Church by the
Rev. Harold E. Beatty.
| The young people at 7 p.m. will
! observe Luther League Missionary
Day, when the Rev. Charles H. But
ler will speak on "The Medical Cen
ter." at Konnarock. Va.
The Church Council will meet Mon
day, 8 p m., at the home of Heber H.
j Snarr, 1504 Uhle street. Arlington, Va.
j Dr. Edwin Moll of Chicago and Dr.
j Henry Plum of Buffalo will be the
i speakers at the American Board of
; Missions rally Tuesday, 8 p.m., in
; Keller Memorial Church,
j Joseph C. Wimmer will preside at
! the Sunday school business session
Wednesday. 8 p.m.
"Friendly Help" will be the theme
of the prayer service Thursday, 8
p.m., to be conducted by the pastor.
_ 3Frtatiifi __
FRIENDS MEETING (ORTHODOX)
I Hth and Irring Streets N.W.
P:45a.m—Sunday School
11 a.m.—Meeting for Worship. All welcome.
Friends Meeting of Washington.
(Established lOOO—"lit Florida Are.)
Meeting for Worship First Day (Sunday)
at 11 n m Sunday School 8:46 a.m. All
interest»d are welcome.__
&"nu Slmtaalm
(SWEDENBORGIAN.)
CHURCH OF~THE~HOLY~CITY
Kith Ahore O N.W.
9 45—8 8 10—Arcana Class
11:00 a.m.—Worship Y. P League Sun
day. Sermon. "Diyine Utter
ance."
4:.to p.m.—Sacred Cantata. "The Glorified
Christ."
Swedenborg Aniversary. Saturday. January
•:»th at 8 o'clock. Y. W. C A.. 17th and K
Sts.
Pohlic Inrited to Heor the Addreaoeo.
__Paator. Rer._Paul Saerrr.__
iHclhtt&tfil Eptampal
Mount Vernon Place |
SOUTHERN METHODISM’S!
j REPRESENTATIVE CHURCH|
0, Masaarhusetta Are. at Ninth St. N.W. 0
|i PR. JOHN W. RUSTIN. Mlnlater. '&
;| 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. %
'0 11:00 a.m.—“The Reauenaibility at 0}
Hfirini."
00 8:00 p.m.—"The Problem af Evil.” |
DR. JOHN W. RUSTIN
yon-^martati
"CHOOSING RATHER"
8 P.M. ■ 1
A service of evangelism that VaV
hits the spot, whose memory SUi
lingers all week. |tl
"Unexpected Largeness"
)1 A.M. t 1
WOL BROADCAST, 9 A.M. |j|
Bible School. 10:00 a.m, I ll
Young People. 7:00 p.m, IFI
Tues. and Fri. Meetings. 8 p.m. KV
A GOSPEL MARKET
FOR HUNGRY HEARTS J
Dr. Clark Forccy , Mw«ra ill
Piwy BR.0p.dt Geokia Att.MWySl
(Hongrrgalinttal
Mount Pleasant
Congregational Church
COLUMBIA ROAD AT 14th STREET
11:00 A.M.—Morning Worship
Dr. Clinchy will preach
“The Meaning of Religion’*
I. “What Is Religion?"
l lST CHURCH J’4-NW I
A vl 1V iivl I Howard Stone Anderson ‘
11:00 A.M.
Sermon No. 3 on "Conquest of Fear," by Mr. Anderson
"Conquering the Fear of
Disease and Pain"
(Mlmeecranbed »ynon«»« of thla and laat Sanday'a aerman
on "Cntnalayncnt" will be (Wen.)
7:45 P.M.
Gaul's Oratorio
"THE HOLY CITY"
Sane by oar 00-Toiee Choir nndar the direetlen •»
Roby Smith Stahl
Including these fovorite numbers: "No Shadow* Yonder," "lye Hath Not
Soon," 'Thin* I* tha Kingdom," "Li*t! Tho Chorubic Ho*t," "Groat end
Marvelous Are Thy Works, Lord God."
REV. R. P. SCHEARRER
ANNOUNCES SUBJECT
To Talk at Takoma Park Pres
byterian on “An Insistent
Imperative.”
The Rev. R. Paul Schearrer will
preach at the 11 o’clock service to
morrow In the Takoma Park Presby
terian Church on "An Insistent Im
perative." The 8 p.m. service will be
under the auspices of the Woman’s
Society. Mrs. L. H. Dennis and Mrs.
Herbert W. Rutledge will participate
in the service. The Rev. Mr. Schearrer
will speak on "For Our Country’s
Weal."
W. H. McClenon will address the
Brotherhood Bible class at 9:45 o’colck
on "The Relationship Between Church
and State.” Janet Bovard, Jean Row
ley. Robert Carey and Otto Klaus
will lead the various young people's
groups tomorrow evening. The senior
high group will attend the meeting
of the Young People’s League at the
Sixth Presbyterian Church at 4
o’clock.
Miss Olwen Evans will conduct the
teacher training class Monday evening.
The Seventy-Niners- will m>et Tues
! d»y evening, with Will H. Carleton
J and Deane R. Shure as guest artists,
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U/tygQgflpfrg
ANOTHER”CHANCE
Dr. George W. DeHoff
'l „ of Baltimore
IS Sunday, J«n. 30. 8 P.M.
|; OBJECT. METHODS AND
£»“ RESULTS OF THE
MYSTIC LIFE
Rev. Charles Hampton.
Monday. Jan. 31. 8 p.m.
ss, tsr.'fscssssa. as?
WASHINGTON LODGE T.S.
__1310 h st. x.w._
T ITf'TTTP P
By AT. REV. CHARLES HAMPTON
312 Ins. Bldg.—907 15th St. N.W.
January 30. 8 P M.
‘Haw Thought and Emotion Create and
Cure Disease.”
LICHTBRINGER LODGE
PI'BLIC INVITED—COLLECTION •
Sunday. Jan. 30. at 8:13 P.M.
“LAWS OF HEALING.”
Questions Invited.
Wednesdays at 8:1 ft p.m—Study Class.
Library open Sunday and Wed.. 7:30:
Sat.. 1:30 to 4.
United Lodge of Theo sophists
Rill Bids.. 17th and Eye 8t».. N.W.
No Due., Fee, or Colleetlon.,
<Trutt| &rrmr?g
A TRUTH CENTER
MRS. APPLETON, leader.
1713 K Street N.W.
Sun.. 31:00 am—"Jeans — and
Doubt.”
Tups.. 8:15—"Studies in Afllurnre.”
Wed 3 p m.—Class in ITynamic Living.
Thurg 8:1ft—“Lessons in Healing.”
Tues. Sz Thurs,, 2-5; Wed.. 4-0 p m •
(£hrifitai“)rlphtan
■ oTH* WAS HIN GT6 N ECCLFSIA.
!Aig^j»r."w. aavt
Itntlp
Society of Washington D. C.
1326 Eye Street N.W.
R«v. George F. Sheldon, Leader
*m-—Sunday 8chool.
11:00 a m—“Progren* Within.”
8unday. 8 00 p m.—“Health With
_ „ Foraiveneiw.”
Tuea., 3:30 and x p.m.—“Leatana hi
„ Truth.”
Wed S °0 pm—“Christian Heallnr"
Thurs., 5:00 p m.—“Lesson* in
Concentration."
Center Open Dally. Except Holldaya.
_I'NITY_I.iterature_for Sale.
NEW COLONIAL HOTEL
Authorized Washington Center
MARGARET ANN FEI.DT. Pastor.
11:00am—“Forgivene** of Sin*."
Wed . X p.m.— “Spiritual Healing.”
Thur., 8 p.m.—“Ma*ter Class Le**on* ”
Phone District 3I3«. •
JJnaitUtr (Hljriflltattila
National CClfurrl? of
^OHitiuc (Cbriatianitg
Dr. G. F. Fraser. Pastor.
1726 H St. N.W.
Bandar. Jan. 30. 1038.
J 1 :00 a m.—“What Is Supreme Lore?”
8:00 p.m —“That Abidina Faith/*
Wednesday, Feb. 2. 1038.
8.00 p.m—“What Is Forgetfulness?"
Classes on Wednesday.
ALL CLASSES FREE. •
(Christian
I CHRISTIAN I
ehr National (Citg
THOMAS CIRCLE
DR. RAPHAEL H MILLER.
REV IVAN H. DL'GAN,
Ministers.
0 45 a m.—Church School
10.50 a m.—“Seeing thr Best Within
the Worst."
7:45 p.m.—"Conviction and Tol
erance."
Dr. Miller preaching both service*.
3imth ifimt
9th * n Sts. X.E.
CLIFFORD H. .IOPE, Minister
\VM. GF.O. ORAM, AssisUnt
9 "n a.m.—Bible School
1 1 fill a m.—Sermon hy Rev fhureh
H. Smilev of India.
7:45 p.m.—"The Wheat That Pro
dnred the Bread of
I. ife." Wm. Oeo. Oram.
! fUftfjuhtBt Eptflriipal iHrlltobtBl Eptfirnpal
1 Hirtlfii&iBt SpiBropal (Hhurrh
Meodquorters—Methodist Building, 100 Morylond Ave. N.E.
Resident Bishop. Edwin Holt Hushes. D. I)., I.L. D.
District Superintendent, fi. Ellis Williams. D. Q.
Church School in All Churches of 9:45 A.M.
__________________
DOUGLAS MEMORIAL
IMh and H Sts. N.E.
Ree. Clarence H. Cerkran. Mlnieter.
Worship. 11 _A.M _and_8_P M._
DUMBARTON AVENUE
3131 Dumbarton Aee. N.W.
Ree. W. F. Atkinson. Minister.
Worship il A M. and S P M._
ELDBROOKE
Wisconsin Are. and River Rd N.W.
Rev. Walter M. Michael. Minister.
Worship ! 1 AM and 8 PM_
HAMLINE
Iflth and Allison Sts. N.W.
Rev. H. W. Barren. D. D.. Minister.
Worship. 11 A.M. and 8 P M
BRADBURY HEIGHTS
Ree. Thomas B. Fhlers. Minister.
_Worship_J 1_A M_and JJ.M._
BRIGHTWOOD PARK
Ath and Jefferson Sts. N.W.
Rev. S. Carroll Coale. Minister.
Worship. 1 I_A-M and 8 PM._
McKENDREE
#15 Mass. Aee. N.W.
Ree. Samuel F. Rose. B. D.. Minister.
| Worship. 11 AM. and mi._
PETWORTH
N. H. Ave. and Grant Circle N.W.
Rev. Robert L. Wood. Minister.
_Worship. 11 A.M. and 8 PM,_
UNION "
Twentieth Street. South of Pennsyl
vania Avenue.
JOHN R. EDWARDS. D. D.. Minister.
11:00 a m. and 8:00 p.m.—
"Wells of Salvation."
RYLAND
10th and D Sts. S W.
Rev. K. G. Newell.
Worship. 11 AM. and S PM_
TRINITY
Mh and Penna. Ave. ST.
Rev. Daniel L. Ennis, D. D.. Minister.
_Worship. 11 AM and_S P_M._
WAUGH
Third and A Street* NT.
Allan F. Poore. Minister.
I 1 00 a m.—"The Mvsterv of Jesus.”
_S 00 p m.—••The Twilight Desired.”
WESLEY
Connecticut Ave. and .locelvn St.
Rev. .1. Luther Neff. Minister
II 00 a.m.—"The Wages of Sin.’*
Metropolitan Memorial
The National Church
Nebraska and New Mexico Aves. N W.
WILLIAM ANDREW KEESF.. Minister
] 1 :00—"Religion—First or Second
_Hand.”_
WOODSIDE
SSIt Georgia Avenue.
'Silver Spring. Maryland >
Rev. R. D. Smith. Ph. D.. Minister.
_Worship 11 A M. and S P.M._
ROSEDALE
116 Tfnnwwf Arena* N.F.
KFV. WM. A. HAOGERTT. I>. 1>.
_Service*. 11 A M and 7:30 P.M._
WILSON MEMORIAL
7M 11th St. S.E.
<Between G and Ey*'
Key. Genre* H. Bennett. Mlni«ter.
Worship. 11 A M. and R P.M.
FOUNDRY h“?».
“The Church of the States”
FREDERICK BROWN HARRIS, Minister
11 :nn * m.—"AT WITS’ END.’’ .
snnpm.—"THF. secret.’•
Epiumpai
Episriijral
Washington Cathedral
Wisconsin snd Massachusetts Avenues
and Woodley Road
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m.
Holy Communion and Sermon 11:00 a.m.
Preacher Canon Stokes.
People’s Evensong snd Sermon 4:00 p.m.
Preacher, the Bishop of Washington.
CHURCH OF ST STEPHEN
AND THE INCARNATION
Sixteenth and Newton Streets N.W.
The Rev. Paul D. Wilbur. S. T. B.. Rector.
Fourth Sunday After Epiphany.
SUNDAY.
Holy Communion _7:30 a m.
Church School _0:30 a m.
Morning Prayer_l!:oo a m.
Choral Evensong 8:00 p.m.
WEEKDAY SERVICES.
Wednesday.
Holy Communion _ 7:30 o.m.
Thursday.
Holy Communion. Special Intercession
for the Sick. 10:00 a m.
ST. PAUL’S CHURCH
33rd Street Near Wmahlngtan Circle.
7:30 a m.—Holy Communion.
11:00 a.m.—Eucharist and Sermon.
8:00 p.m.—Evensong and Benediction.
Epiphany
1317 G Street N.W.
REV. Z. B. PHILLIPS. D. D.. LL. D.
BEY. RICHARD A. CARTMELL. B. D.
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
0:30 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon
by Dr. Phillips.
A:30 p.m.—Young People's Fellowship.
8:00 p.m.—Evensong and Sermon by the
Rev. Mr. Cartmell.
St. Thomas’ Church
18th St. Bet. P and Q
Near Dupont Circle
Hey. Howard S. Wilkinson. D. D., Reetar
8:00 a m.—Holy Communion.
0:30 u.m.—Church 8chool.
11:00 am.—Morning Prayer and Har
mon by the Rector.
SAINT JOHN’S CHURCH
16th and H Streets
8 00 a m.—Holy Communion.
0.3O a m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
Preacher. Rev. Mr. White.
11 OO a m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
Preacher. Rev. P. A. Co*.
• :00 p an.—Evening Prayer and Sermon.
Prearher Rev. Mr. White.
I&amt iflarfe’s
“ON CAPITOL HILL*’
Third and A Streets Southeast
REV. WILLIAM R. MOODY, Rector
7:30 a m.—Holy Communion.
0:30 a m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Ser
mon by the Hector.
0:30 p.m.—Youne People s Fellowship.
8:00 p.m.—Evemng Prayer and Sermon
by the Rector.
Thursday. 11 a m.—Holy Communion.
ROCK CREEK PARISH
REV. F. J. HOHANAN, D. D.
The Country Church tn the City
ST. PAUL’S CHURCH
Webster St. and Rock Oreek Church Rd.
Services 8:30 and 11:00 am.
HOLY COMFORTER CHAPEL
Sheridan Theater, fill? Georcla Ave
Ch. School. 1) a m. Morn. Service. 10 a m.
ST7MARGARET'S
Conn. Aye. and Bancroft Place
REV. HERBERT SCOTT SMITH. D. D.,
RECTOR
REV. Cm. BERKELEY GRIFFITH
7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion.
0:30 a m.—Church School.
11:00 a m.—Morning Prayer. The Rector
will preach
“Water Becomes Wine.”
A Parable of the Related Spirit
Filled Life.
Confirmation Class** will meet at 9:80
(Junlorai and 4 o'clock iSenlors).
8:00 p m.—Touna People * Fellowship.
ST. JAMES’CHURCH
222 8th St. N.E.—Tel. Atl. 1748
THE REV. A. Q. PLANK.
Sunday Masses. 7:30 and 11. Chureh
School at 9:30 a m. Vespers. 7:3o pm.
Dally Mass. 7 a m.; Holy Hour. Thura.,
8 p m. Confessions. Sat. 7-9 p.m.
"STrjOHN’Sr GEORGETOWN"
3240 O 8T. N.W.
REV. r. BLAND TUCKER. Reetor.
7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a m.—Mornlnk Prayer and Sermon.
7:30 p.m.—Evemne Prayer and Sermon.
Wednesday. 10 A M.
All Souls’ Memorial Church
Cathedral and Conn. Are*. N.W.
Resr. II. H. D. STERRF.TT, Reetor.
9 43 a m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Confirmation and Sermon
by the Rt. Rev. James E
Freeman. D. D., Bishop of
Washinston.
7:80 p m.—Youne People** Club.

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