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HONS LISTEC
BY DR. JOHN RUSTIN
“Responsibility of Hearing’1
Morning Theme at Mount
Vernon Place M. E.
Dr. John W. Rustin, pastor ol
Mount Vernon Place M. E. Churcl
South, will preach tomorrow morninf
on "The Responsibility of Hearing,’
and on "The Problem of Evil” in th«
evening. The choir of 75 voices and
quartet will sing. La Vergne Sim!
Fat-child will sing in the evening.
Dr. Rustin will speak on "The Use
of Prayer" at the adult division service
at 9:30 a.m. Dr. George S. Duncan
professor of Egyptology and Assyriol
ogy of American University, and. dear
of the School of Religion, Y. M. C. A.
will address the A. B. Pugh Bible Class
on “The Origin and Growth of the
English Bible." Senior, Young Peo
ple's and Younger Adult Department’
will meet at 7 p.m.
Mrs. Ashlan P. Harlin will speak on
“Religious Drama” at a meeting ol
the Mount Vernon Players at the
church Tuesday. The elass in music
appreciation, in the studio each Tues
day at 5 o'clock, will begin a series
of studies of symphonies and operas
with recordings. Lectures w ill be given
by Edward C. Potter and Deane Shure.
The board of stewards will meet Wed
nesday at 8 pm. The Finance Comi
mittee will mpet at 7:30.
Dr. Rustin will conduct thp prayer
meeting Thursday at 8 p.m.
DR. J. H. HOLLISTER
ANNOUNCES SUBJECT
‘‘Seventeen and Seventy" Will Be
Topic at Chevy Chase
Presbyterian.
At Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church
tomorrow morning the Rev. J. Hillman
Hollister will preach on "Seventeen
and Seventy." Young people will as
sist In the service and Austin Davis
will give a brief talk on "Youth Looks
at Life."
Dr. Lawrence Little of the School
of Religious Education, Western Mary
land College, will be the guest of the
young people at 7:30 p.m. His sub
jeet will be "What Difference Does
Jesus Make?” Young people of the
other Chevy Chase Protestant church
es have been invited.
Dr. Paul J. Ewerhardt. psychiatrist
for the Child Guidance Clinic, will
apeak on "What Do Young People
Expect From Parents" in the Thurs
day evening study course, which he
Is conducting. Dr. Hollister will dis
cuss "Prophecy” in his Bible outline
course. TJie two groups meet simul
taneously at 8 o'clock Thursday in
the church school building.
CALVARY BAPTIST
A conference on race relations will
be held February 12 under the aus
pices of the Washington Federation of
Churches at Calvary Baptist Church.
There will be discussion periods on
live subjects during both morning and
afternoon. At night the program calls
for a public meeting, with addresses
by Dr. Roy Harlow of Smith College
and Mrs. Charlotte Hawkins Brown
of Palmer Memorial Institute, Sedalia,
N. C.
The sessions are open to all, the
registration fee being 50 cents. Dr.
Ralph W. Kennard is chairman of the
Program Committee and the Rev. R.
W. Brooks is chairman of the Com
mittee on Race Relations, arranging
the event.
I" ' ■ " ■ i —
B. Y. P. U. News
Fifth will have a general assembly
of four unions Sunday. It will be led
by Elizabeth Moyer. Topic. "In Christ
There Is No East or West.”
Metropolitan will have an Interme
diate Union meeting between the in
termediate and the senior. Program
will be presented by the intermediates.
Following church service a Seth Park
er meeting at the home of Dewitt
Thorne.
Calvary meeting in charge of the
Devotional Life Commission. They
will present a play. "Bible Exchange.”
Miss Louise MrKibben is in charge of
the Judson group, Miss Louise Grant
in charge of the Livingston group. De
votional Life Commission will hold a
prayer service at 6:30 Sunday evening.
On February 4 they will have a banquet
at 6:30 in Wesley Hall. The speaker
will be Representative Luther Patrick
of Alabama. The toastmaster will be
John Gordon Mein.
At Bethany Mrs. Margaret Thomp
son and her Service Commission will
have charge of the devotional meet
ing.
At First the juniors will present the
program.
The Devotional Life Commission will
have charge of the program at West
Washington. The subject is "The
Bible.”
Ungnita
SELF-REALIZATION
FELLOWSHIP
BRAHMACHARI
JOTIN OF INDIA.
“INTROSPECTION”
January 30. 1038, 8 P.M.
1768 COLUMBIA RD. N.W.
yazamir
First Church of the Nazarene
Cor. 7th and A Sta. N.E.
I A.M.—“The Nazarene Hour.”
90S ke—Radio Station WFMD
n a m.
Morning Worship.
7:30
Evangelistic Service.
_Httttartatt
ALL SOULS'
CHURCH
KVj Harvard *
Minister
Vlywt*t(.B.Birree
OlD.
9:45 a m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Morntnz Worship.
"THE COMPASS OF THE FAITHFUL”
5:00 p.m.—Program of Enzilsh Music.
5:30 p.m.—“Impressions of South
America.”
7:50 p.m.—Motion Picture Hour, ji
"WEE WILLIE WINHIE”
Speaker
DR. RALPH H. LONG.
DR. RALPH LONG TO GIVE
LUTHER BANQUET TALK
Event Scheduled for Friday to
Be Held in Church of
Reformation.
Dr. Ralph H. Long, executive di
rector of the National Lutheran
, Council, New York City, will deliver
] the main address at the annual Lu
j thcran Inner Mission banquet in the
dining hall of the Lutheran Church
I of the Reformation next Friday eve
ning. The banquet will conclude the
1938 roll call of the Inner Mission
Society in the Lutheran Churches of
Washington and vicinity.
The Lutheran Inner Mission So
, ciety is under the direction of Miss
i Frances Dysinger, whose offices are
| located at 1225 New York avenue N.W.
LOYALTY SERVICE
AT PETWORTH M. E.
I -
Young People to Rally at Evening
Worship for Sermon
on Youth.
The young people's loyalty service
will be held at Petworth M. E Church
! tomorrow evening. The Rev. R. L.
Wood will be assisted by Audrey New
i man. who will read the scripture les
j son: Edith Butler, who will lead in the
; prayer, and Boyd Creath, who will
speak on "Young People and Their
Church.” The sermon subject will be
"The Wanted Generation" Music
i "ill be furnished by the Girls' Choir
; and Boys’ Glee Club.
At 11 a m. the minister will preach
on "The Reflected God.” The Junior
| Choir will sing. At 7 p.m. the Senior
I and Intermediate Epworth Leagues
will meet. t
The Philathea Bible Class will meet
Monday, entertaining the Berean Bible
Class from 4 to 6 o'clock at tea.
Miss Martha Stauffer, pastor's as
sistant. will conduct the midweek serv
ice Thursday evening. She will be as
sisted by W. W. Crawford, J. M. Fewell.
j Mrs. Thelma Pumphrey, Miss Ruby
| Rohrman. Jean Shaffer, Kenneth
| Holmes and Charles Watt.
CHURCH OF EPIPHANY
I ai ii oclock tomorrow morning at
I the Church of the Epiphany, there
I will be morning prayer and aermon by
the rector. Dr. Z. B. Phillips. At the
8 o'clock service of evensong, the Rev.
j Mr. Cartmell will deliver the sermon.
The Rev. Mr. Cartmell on February
, 4 at 4 p.m. will begin his confirma
tion lectures for children and young
people. These lectures will be held
each Friday in the Willard room of
the parish house.
Diocesan Auxiliary.
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Diocese of Washington will meet next
Tuesday at the Church of St. Stephen
and the Incarnation, Sixteenth and
Newton streets N.W.. at 2 o'clock. The
speaker will be the Rev. Clyde Brown,
diocesan missioner, whose subject will
be ‘ Rural Missions in the Diocese.”
(Ulmrrl? of (Ehriat
14th St. CHURCH OF CHRIST
3460 14th st. N.W.
10:00 a.m.—Bible School.
11 on a m —• Power of the Gospel.”
J l :4S a m.—Communion
* 00 p.m.—“Mfeoh's Idolatry.”
McCord. Minister.
(Ghriolimt &riFnr*
Christian Science
CHURCHES OF CHRIST
SCIENTIST
Branches of The Mother Church,
The First Church of Christ
Scientist, Boston, Mass.
First Church of Christ Scientist
Columbia Rd and Euclid 8t.
Second Church of Christ Scientist
111 C St. N.E.
Third Church of Christ Scientist
13th and L Sts. N.W.
Fourth Church of Christ Scientist
16th and Meridian N.W.
Subject:
“LOVE”
SERVICES—
Sundae n A M. and a p.m.
Sunday School—11 a.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETING_
8 o clock.
RADIO PROGRAMS SUNDAY
10:45 A.M.. 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—Colorado
Bldg., 14th and O Sts. Hours.
9 to 9 (Wednesdays, S to 7:30,
and Sundays and holidays, 2
to 6).
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
_ services and use^our reading rooms.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Alexandria. Va. Gesrse Mason HateL
Sunday Service and Sunday Sehaol. II a.m.
_Wldncsdsy Service, W P.M.
First Church of Christ Scientist
EAST FALLS CHURCH. VA.
At Little Falls Street Statian
Sunday Services and Sunday School.
11 A.M.
Wednesday Services 8 P.M.
Resdlns Roam la Masaale Tamala
Bolldlnr aa Laa Hishway
SERIES ON ‘FEAR’
TO
Rev. Howard S. Anderson to
distribute Mimeographed
Synopses of Sermon.
'4
Continuing his series of sermons on
"The Conquest of Fear,” the Rev.
Howard Stone Anderson preaches to
morrow morning at the First Congre
gational Church on “Conqyering the
Fear of Disease and Pain.” Mimeo
graphed synopses of this sermon, as
well as last Sunday’s, on “Unemploy
ment,” will be distributed.
Gaul’s oratorio, "The Holy City,”
will be sung at 7:45 o’clock by the
church choir of 80 voices, under the
direction of Ruby Smith Stahl. This
work will constitute the evening serv
ice. Paul De Long Gable, organist,
will accompany, and solo parts will
be taken by Dorothy Wilson Halbach,
contralto; Dale Hamilton, baritone;
Milton Randalles and Don A. Waite,
tenors, and Dorothy Seaton, Mildred
Padgett and Ruth Snodgrass, so
pranos.
The faculty of the church school
will meet Monday at 7:30. The Rev.
Joseph 8. Loughran will speak at the
midweek meeting Thursday, following
the dinner at 6. The board of deacons
will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday and at
the same time the women's Bible class
will have a business meeting.
REV A. P. SHIRKEY
TOPICS ANNOUNCED
“Why Search for Christ?” Theme
in Morning: at Francis A«
bury Methodist.
The Rev. Albert P. Shirkey, pastor
of Francis Asbury M. E. Church
! South, will preach tomorrow at 11
i o’clock on "Why Search for Christ?”
| and at 8 p.m. on "Habit in Religion."
At 6:45 p.m. the young people will
be addressed by Lt. John Scott, di
rector of Boys’ Clubs, metropolitan
police force, on "Christian Ideals as
Applied to Every-day Life.” ’ ■
I The Gamma Sigma class will meet
Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of its
teacher, Mrs. J. R. L. Beane, 5221
New Hampshire avenue N.W.
The paryer service Thursday eve
ning will begin a new type of service
for February. There will be a song
service.
From 5 to 7:30 Thursday the P.
j W. Jeffries Bible class will serve a
I turkey dinner for the benefit of the
I building fund.
“SPIRITUAL POWER”
| Dr. James H. Taylor will preach at
j Central Presbyterian Church tomor
j row morning on ‘ Spiritual Power”
I and in the evening on "The Prophet
! and the People or Lessons From the
Life of Elijah.”
The young people are planning for
a recreation night to be observed every
two weeks. The social on Sunday
evenings will be on the alternate
weeks.
The Friday Night Class for young
people will have as the topic for study
next Friday evening “The Supremacy
of the Church in the Roman World”
in the church history study, under the
direction of Dr. Taylor.
ICattfr Say fcaititH
DUBLIC ORGAN RECITALS
I sis Sunday. Public Service. 7 P.M.
|Waal|ttigtmt (Chapel
of the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-Day Saints
16th St. fr Columbia ltd. N.W.
Mob., Wed., Fri.—8 P.M.
D. Sterling Wheelwright, Organist-Director
iUrittf SrUnre
First Divine Scieace Church
Grafton Hotel, Conn. Ave. it De Sale*
1 1 :00 A M.
“THE SHAFT OF LIGHT."
Thurs.. 8 p.m—“Jeana* Principle* of
j Living.”
Rev. G. L. Patch, Bfiniater.
tflirintiau (*rirnrr
FREE LECTURE
—ON—
CHRISTIAN
SCIENCE
—BY—
Miss Margaret Morrison,
C. S.
of Chicago, III.
Member of the Board of Lecture
ship of The Mother Church, The
First Church of Christ, Scientist, in
Boston, Massachusetts.
In the Gymnatium
University of Maryland
Collet# Perk, Md.
• Sunday, Jan. 30, at 3 P.M.
Under tho Auspices of
Christian Science Society
Hyettsvillo, Md.
Special baaea lem Mb on# Pa. Are.
N.W. eery IK mlnatea becinnlat 1:1K
P.M., proceedna n 9th St. and K. I.
Aye.
No Collection. All Welcome.
REV. S. CARROLL COALE
TO GIVE TWO SERMONS
“How High Are My Ideals” Will
Be Theme of Address in
Morning. v
The Rev. S. Carroll Coale will de
liver a sermon in preparation for the
annual Joash chest service at Bright
w'ood Park M. E. Church tomorrow
morning. The subject will be “How
High Are My Ideals?” There will be
a special story for the children on
“Lifting Him Up." In the evening
the Rev. W. Harold Snape will be the
speaker. At 8:45 p.m. the Epworth
league will hold a devotional service,
conducted by institute delegates.
Throughout the following week
there will be complete visitation of the
entire membership in the interest of
the Joash chest day, February 6.
The young people will have charge
of a special service at the Central
Union Mission on Thursday evening.
Dr. Chesteen Smith will be the speak
er. Miss Dorothy Wellett will be the
soloist.
SAYING OF MAHOMET
IS BASIS OF SERMON
All Souls' Unitarian to Hear Dr.
Ulysses 0. B. Fierce on "Com
pass of the Faithful.”
From the lips of Mahomet comes
the scripture upon which Dr. Ulysses
G. B. Pierce, D. D., minister of All
Souls’ Unitarian Church, will base
his sermon on "The Compass of the
Faithful” at the 11 o'clock service to
morrow. This is the last in a course
of sermons on aspects of religion pro
claimed by great Oriental teachers,
including Zoroaster, Buddha and Con
fucius.
At the comparative religion class
meeting at 10 o'clock Prof. Will
Hutchins of American University will
continue the discussion of “The Bible
in Architecture,” dealing with the
Romanesque style. At the same time
j Mrs. Philip Smith will address the
l class in current problems on “Soviet
Russia.”
At 5 p.m. Lewis Corning Atwater,
organist, will be assisted in a pro
gram of English music by George
Irving Chandler, tenor. Dr. Leo C.
Corbett will give an illustrated talk
on “Impressions of South America."
i The feature at the motion picture
| hour in Pierce Hall at 7:30 will be
| "Wee Willie Winkie.”
Mrs. Georgette Ross Howard con
tinues her series of current events
talks on Monday evening, January 31.
at 8 o’clock. On Thursday, February
i 3, at the dinner meeting of the Wash
ington Chapter, Unitarian Laymens
League. Leland Olds, executive secre
tary of the Power Authority of the
State of New York, will speak on “The
Government Power Policy.” The
Chechoslovakian film, “Janosik,” will
be the foreign language cinema fea
ture in Pierce Hall Saturday evening.
It has subtitles in English. This eve
ning the feature is “Das Einmalelns
: der Liebe.”
I_SuHBtatt (0rthoftox
RUSSIAN ORTHODOX
ST. NICHOLAS CHURCH
1188 CHURCH BT N.W.
REV. J. M. DOROSH.
SUNDAY SERVICE. 11 :ftn A M.
UHyUr ffirnaa
The White Cross Chwch of Christ
Divine Service Every Sunday. 11 A.M.
1810 Ontario Place N.W.
Pastor, REV. JANE B. COATES
"THE OPEN WAY TO PROSPERITY"
Wednesday 8 15 p m.—Prayer Healing.
And Problem Hour All Welcome.
_While Cross Center. Col frUlT. •
Spiritual &ri?nra
:
gnatmflualanft&rfnrmrft
GRACE REFORMED ’Sn.w.
HENRY H. RANCK. D. D . Palter.
11:00 a.m.—“Sin and Grace.”
9:40 a.m.—Sunday School.
6:30 p.m.—Young People's Society.
CONCORDIA ^ANGELICAL I |
90th and G Ste. N.W.
REV. CHARLES ENDERS. Patter.
9:45 a.m.—Bible 8chool.
PREACHING SERVICES.
10:00 a.m.—German.
11:15 a.m.—English.
_EVERYBODY WELCOME._
Euangfllatir (Enttrr
The Full Gospel
TABERNACLE
North Capitol and K Sts.
0:30 a.m.—Sunday School
11:00 a m.— Morning
Worship.
7:30 p.m. — Evangelistic.
Tuesday. 7:45 p.m.—
Young People.
Wednesday. 7:45 p.m.—
Preaching.
Friday Night. 7:45—
Bible Study.
PUBLIC CORDIALLY INVITED.
B. E. MAHAN, Pastor.
Unite?* flreghgterian
United f reninjterian
WALLACE MEMORIAL
New Hampshire Ave. and Randolph St. N.W.
C. E. HAWTHORNE, D. D., Minister
Rev. Walter MacDonald
Evangelist, Gospel Singer and Youth Leader
SMCIAL SATURDAY NIGHT SERVICE
8 p.m.—"Living Miracles."
Closing Services Sunday
11 a m —"Withered, Then Watered."
3 p.m.—"A Word Picture off the Lord's Coming."
8 p m —"God Keeps His Word."
Then services are being held under the autpieee of
The American Home Bible Institute
The Washington School off the Bible
The Christian Youth Fellowship
Wallace Memorial United Presbyterian Church
COME COME
"i* 1
HOUSING OFFICIAL
TO TALK AT HAMLINE
Mrs. H. D. Hoffman to Address
Epworth League—Dr. Burgan
to Speak.
“The Disciple’s Query’’ will be the
subject of Dr. H. W. Burgan at Ham
line M. E. Church tomorrow at 11
a.m. and'in the evening "The Unsur
passed Christ.” At 6:45 p.m. tomor
row Mrs. Helen D. Hoff .man, director
of the Washington Committee on
Housing, will address the Epworth
League on "Housing and the Family.”
The Junior High League will meet at
6 p.m. Tuesday
Dr. A. B. Portof, head of the De
partment of Religion of the American
University, will give the second of
his addresses on "Ancient Men With
Modern Messages,” based upon the
Old Testament prophets and their
prophecies Thursday at 8 p.m.
The Boy Scout troop will give its an
nual father-and-son banquet Friday
at 6 o'clock. A skit, “A Day in Camp"
will be given along with demonstra
tions by the Sea Scout Patrol of Troop
32. The speakers will be David P.
Porterfield, former deputy Scout com
missioner of Indians, and David H.
Davenport, first Scoutmaster of Troop
69.
FORMER PASTOR HERE
In the absence of the pastor, Dr. J.
L. Fendrich, jr„ of Metropolitan Pres
byterian Church the pulpit will be
occupied by the Rev. T. H. MacLeod
at the 11 o'clock service tomorrow.
The subject of his address will be "My
Church.” At the 6 o'clock vesper Dr.
Paul R. Hickok, who was pastor of
Metropolitan from 1909 to 1917, will
speak.
On Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock
there will be a continuation of the
study from the book, "Faith and
Life.”
FAMILY SUNDAY
Family Sunday service will be held
at St. David's Chapel tomorrow at 11
a m. This special service occurs four
times during the year and is to en
courage the presence of the whole
family from the youngest to the old
est in the household. There will be
no church school.
Other services, under the direction
of the vicar, the Rev. William L. Mayo,
are holy communion. 8 a m., and eve
ning prayer and address at 8 p.m.
_Spiritualist
Psychic Science Church of Christ
_ 13*9 Irvin* SI. N.W.
REV. G. D. KLINEEELTKR. Pastor.
Siinaay. fi p m—Messages after Lecture.
MESSAGE seance every wed. s p.m.
:hy APPO,NT
MRS. RIZPAH ELDON
13.^6 Miw. Ave. N.W. (Over Drug Store).
spiritualist message meeting Mondays. 8
pm Consultations dailv. •
MYSTIC CHURCH OF CHRIST
Services Sunday and Wednesday A 8 pm.
Healin* and Consultation daily 12 to 6
pm Healing earh meeting. 7 to S pm.
DR. E. L. DONCELL. Teacher.
_ 1342 R. I. At*. N.W._ •
Rer. Kin* 725 llth SLVW. DIs. «75fL
Spiritual Services Fri S p m. each week
. _ Private Dailv II am to 8 p m •
J. K. Simmons. 1341 Newton St NW
Message Meetings every Thurs.. 8 P.M
Readings by Appi_COI. 4:t|2.
Rev. Mr*. Carol E. McKinstry
1312 Gallatin St. N.W., at 5000
Rlork I ith St.
Undrr Authority of
The General Assembly of Spiritualists.
Blessed are thev that mourn, for they
shall be eomfnrtrd." Matt. 3 t
Message Meetings Tues. and FrI. eves..
8 n.m. Public welcome. All reached.
Georgia ftML’t. •
P. L. 0. A. KEELER
4111 38th St. N.W.
Anspiees Strack s Gnitv Spiritualist C burrh.
Messages by Automatic and Impressinnai
_ . Writing.
By Appointment. Phone f'lfvrland 3633 •
, . MRS. 7.0E EGGERS.
Apt. 51. H2t K St. N.W. DI. 1510.
Advire Dailv hv Appointment.
Mess. fir. Third Thursdav Every Month •
THE MARGARET SPIRITUALIST
CHURCH OF IMMORTALITY
RALEIGH HOTEL. 12th and Pa. Aye. N.W.
Rev. Mrs. Margaret R. Mandis
N. S. A. Minister.
Sunday. 8 p.m.. Messares. Mrs. Mandis.
Mrs. Mister. Mrs. McDonald.
Message Screice. Wed.. 8 p.m.. 2800 J4th
St. X.W. AD. 3200. Mrs. Mandis. •
Fraternal Spiritualist Church
1329 N St. iT.W.
REV. OTTO PENTER, Pastor
Services Sun. and Wed . 8 P.M.
Lecture Sunday. "A Great Work.”
Special Message Service. Tuesday
2:30 PM
Messages by Mr. Snell in* and Others.
ALL WELCOME.
Unity Spiritualist Church
J 3‘>rt Mssi. An. N.W.
Sunday at 8 P.M.
Lecture by
REV. HARRY P. STRACK
Spirit greetings by Rev. Ida E. Strack
and Mr J. K. Simmons
Midweek message services. 000 Pa
Ave. S.E . Thursday at 8 P.M.
The First Spiritualist Church
Service* at the Psychic Center.
131 C Street N.E.. Sunday 8 P.M.
Lecture by the Pastor
REV. ALFRED H. TERRY
Subject:
"WAS LINCOLN A SPIRITUALIST?"
Followed by Spirit Messages
Dr. Terry gives Consultations by' Ap
pointment. Phone Lincoln 1572.
SPECIAL READINGS
Thursday Evening. •
Presbyterian
NEW YORK
AVENUE CHURCH
13th sad H and N. Y. Ave.
Ministers
PETER MARSHALL ALBERT EVANS
8:30a.m.—Church Bible School.
11:00 a.m.—“THE CANCELED
CROSS.”
6:45 p.m.—Christian Endeavor So
ciety.
8:00 p.m.—“BEHIND THE CUR
TAIN,” Part 4.
“CHEVY CHASE
_ _ Cheo* Chate Circle
. Dr. J. Hillman Holliiter. Minister.
9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. and 12 nooa—
arm £*lurch School.
9:45 a.m.—The Clyde Kelly Bible Class.
11.00 a.m.—Morning Worship. “Seven
teen and 8eventy.”
covenant:
FIRST
Conn. Ave. at 18th &
N St». N.W.
Dr. Albert Joieph McCartney
Minister
Morning Worihlp. 11:00 A.M.
Sermon Series by Dr. McCartney.
Ancient Laws and Modern Morals
II—“Men and God”
Sunday School In All Departments
at 0:45 A.M.
DAY OF RETREAT
Father Maynard to Address
Women of Holy Comforter.
The women of Holy Comforter
Church will have a day of retreat at
the Washington retreat house, 4000
Harewood road N.E., tomorrow. The
Rev. Father Maynard of Balitmore
will be the retreat master. He is pro
fessor of English at St. Charles Col
lege, Baltimore. His topic will be
"Venial Sin, Its Effects and Removal."
Miss Nellie McCormick of Holy
Comforter has the following commit
tee assisting: Mrs. Nellie M. Murray,
Miss Catherine McCawley, Miss Pau
line Donnelly and Mrs. Eugene J.
Rossi. Those planning to take part
in this day of recollection are asked
to meet at Holy Comforter Church at
10 a.m. Sunday.
GUEST PREACHER
The Rev. Francis A. Cox to Fill
St. John's Pulpit.
The Rev. Francis A. Cox will be the
guest preacher at the 11 o’clock service
tomorrow at St. John's Church, Six
teenth and H streets N.W. His brother,
Gen. Albert L. Cox, president of the
Washington Chapter of the Military
Order of the World War, is a member
of this congregation. Gen. Cox has
been ih China for a number of years
and was located at Soochow, now In
the hands of the Japanese.
The Rev. William Curtis White will
preach at the 9:30 a.m. service on
I ' Apostolic Preaching.” At the 8 o'clock
evening service his subject will be
“Robot or Man.” Holy communion
will be celebrated at 8 a.m.
Women attorneys are increasing in
number in England.
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TAKOMA "
rxh?rv*S!b Dahlia Stf. N.W.
xi. £ BloSk,.5ast 01 Walter Reed.)
Morning Worshlp^at'l" /mltr|^’8.,>at,»r4R
ST. MATTHEW’S LUTHERAN
Kentucky Ave. at lftth St. S.E.
o on **»• Theo. P. Frleke.
fl tn« m.—Sunday School
11 :OQ a.m.—“Seeing the Lord.”_
Wnrxhip In Tht$ Charmina Steve Church
CHRIST LUTHERAN
__ . <MISSOURI SYNOD)
16th and Gallatin St*. N.W.
KEY. J. FREDERIC WENCHEL. Tailor.
9 :45 a m —Sunday School.
11:00 a m —Sermon on “The Conquest
_of Fear."
Spiritualist
.. dr ~mary~McFarland
Message Service Tuesday s P M
„ DR. ROBERT MERCER
Message Service Thursday. K P.M.
Both at 1213 G Street N.E.
(oniulUtionH by Appointment.
_ ATIantic __ •
LONGLEY MEMORIAL
3423 Holmead Place N.W.
Between 13th and 14th at Newton 8t.
Sunday, Jan. 30th, at 8 P.M.
Lecture by Rev. D. J. Cave
No Message Circle Thursday. • j
Christian Reincarnation Church
DR. H. HAMID-BURR. Leader
World-Known Spiritual Healer
World-Record Psychic Signatures.
Service Sunday. ?:.'10 p.m
FIRST TIME IN WASHINGTON
Startling Proofs of Psychic
Communications «Press Invited). !
Lecture
“PSYCHIC KEY TO HAPPINESS”
Full Messages to All
Spiritual Consultations. Healing. Daily
Psychic Development Classes.
• 17 Eleventh Street N.W. MEtre. 3120.

| The Church of
Two Worlds
INCORPORATED
j|J Hotel Continental
Facing Capitol Plaza
Rev. H. Gordon Burroughs
i | 1 Minister
I i i
t : Sunday, 8 p.m.. Address by the min
I i ister, subject, “Holy Orders."
| | Wednesday, 8 p.m., Message Service
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CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN
Southern General Assembly
16th and Irving Sts. N.W.
Rev. James H. Taylor, D. D.f Pastor
0:30 a.m.—Sunday School.
>11:00 a.m.—Sermon by DR. TATLOR.
A:00 p.m.—Westminster League.
7:00 p.m.—Christian Endeavor,
i R:0Q pm.—Sermon hr Pr. Taylor.
Church of the Pilgrims
On the Parkway at
2’fnd and P Sts. N.W.
Gift af the Presbyterians of the
South to the Nation's Capital.
Her. Andrew R. Bird. D. D.. Minister.
Divine Worship. 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m.
Wfc.ii.3:3i. #> . liii>M! WdMST ’till....i#5
I FOURTH 1
I PRESBYTERIAN I
CHURCH
i 13th and Fairmont Sts. N.W. |
James H. Miers, Minister
if 11:^0 i.m.—“What or Who h a 1
g Christian?" fl
(Broadcast Over WOL at 11:30 A.M.) t§
% 8:00 p.m.—"Signs of the Times." 8
(Monthly Prophetic Study.) If
WM: : 33!|: !’>"3''" >!;>:'">!>!•:i». :>;>>».. ■, * ||
WESTERN
1906 H St. N.W.
Rev. J. Harvey Dunham, D. D.,
• Minister
9:30 a.m.—The Church 8chool
11:0(1 a.m.—"Sawing and Reaping.”
i :00 p m.—The Christian Endeavor.
8:00 p.m.—"The Sacredneaa of a
Promise."
GU NT ON T E M PL EM E M ORIAL
10th and Newton Sta.
Rev. Bernard Braskamp, D. D„ Minister
9:45 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Sacrament of the Lord's
_ .. Supper.
6iJ5 p.m—Young People’s Meeting.
Thursday. 8 p.m.—Prayer Meeting.
QIYTI4 Sixteenth and
hJUY 1 FI Kennedy Sts. N.W.
J. HERBERT GARNER, Minister.
11:00 A.M.
“WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH
OUR YOUTH?”
4:00 P.M.
PRESBYTERIAN YOUNG PEOPLE.
EASTERN
Md. Ave. Sc Sixth St. N.E.
Alfred E. Barrows, D. D., Pastor
11:00 a.m.—"Transformed."
9:30 a.m.—Bible School.
i :45 p.m.—"According to Ynnr Faith."
_ VESTED CHORUS.
GEORGETOWN
(Founded 1780)
F Street near Slit Street N.W.
REV. ROBERT M. SKINNER. Minister.
9:45 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m — Mornips Worship.
"BORN TO SERVE."
5:30 p m.—Junior C. R.
^J>^|m^—Intenmediate^n^SenlM^^^
CLEVELAND PARK
X>r. w. O. Morecombe to Preach
at Community Church.
Dr. Fred O. Morecombe. New York
area regional director of the Debt of
Honor Commission of the Congrega
tional Churches of America, will be
the guest preacher at the Cleveland
Park Community Church tomorrow
at 11 o'clock. Dr. Morecombe is min
ister of one of the prominent Con
gregational churches of the New York
metropolitan area and is a preacher
of Nationwide reputation.
He Is coming here on the invitation
of the Rev. Joseph S. Loughran. who
is director of the activities of the
Debt of Honor Commission for the
Middle Atlantic Conference.
_ Cuttjpran
<8mtr
TidWm jtfcurHj
Ahum iTluuh , Parrot
1 US'—£5urSh School. Classes for All.
ll.OOa.m.—“A Lonely Chrlitian In a
Wide World.” Sermon by the
Pastor.
6:00 p.m.—Juntor^Luther League, Supper
^^^**Tbl^I^>iir_Aaiiloer»ary_Yoart”
Augustana Lutheran Church
Arthur O. HJelm. D. D.. Pastor.
Morning Worship held every Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock in the assembly
room of 2400 Sixteenth street N.W.
8unday School and Bible Study at 9:45.
ST. PAUL’S
Conn. Are. and Everett St.
KEV. HENRY W. SNYDER. D. D.
Pastor
0:30 a m—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Sermon. “My Praia* tn
God." Dedication of Leeds
_ Memorial Onan
o:00 p.m.—Sermon, “Intcrettinr to
God."
Keller Memorial
Church
Maryland Arenua and Ninth St. N.E.
J. Harold Mumper. S. T. M„ Pastor
Bible School_9:30 A.M.
Morning Worship _ _11:00 A.M.
Subjert "Leadership."
Evening Worship_7:45 P.M.
£jb,p t: "With Spirit and
Understanding."
Young People's Societies at
6:45 P.M.
The Homelike Church
» A-A J
_Cut^fratt '1: •
INCARNATION~^^T.
Ws^s^njisasTsk
ST. MARKS LUTHERAN
*UV Indepeedenee Arc. i.W.
WftS3,sS®r*
--■ *B:Tra_B._8 30 P.m.—L. L
CHRIST LUTHERAN
*EV. HENBY J. WHITING, *Ju,'.
TRINITY
MMSOUBI bynod
4U» and E 8U. N.W.
REV. HUGO M. HENNIG
Rev. C. Stuebe, Assistant
8:30 am—German Servlet.
9:45 am.—Sunday Seheel.
11:00 ».m—English Serviee, “Chrfa*
__tlan Leve.”
I LUTHER PLACE
Memorial Church
_ At Thomas CircU j
*€▼. Dr. Csrl C. Rsumnasen. D. D.»
. ^ Pastor.
«•». Edgar D. Ziecler. Auiiiant Paster.
It O Clock Service—
"WHAT DO YOB EXPECT OP
_ ADVERSITY?”
0...Dr Carl c. Rasmuasen.
£i£tm—Sunday School.
8:00 p.m.—Intermediate Luthsr
. „„ League.
8:00 p m—"Baptism,” bv Bev.
.... Edgar D. Ziegler.
* .J O f'-'—“Senior Luther League.
■ 50 p.m.—Thursday. "The Cbareh
O • « a to War h—
.... Where!”
BEt^ EDGAR D. ZIEGLER.
OCR OBJECTIVE
HOWARD E. SNYDER, PASTOR
Sunday School .9:40a.m.
Morning Service .... 11:00 a.m.
Luther League ..7:00 pm.
Veapera .8:00 pm.
Church
of the
Reformation
Opposite Pelger Shakespeare Library
212 East Capitol Street
Dr. Oscar F. Blaekwelder. Paster.
Dr. John Weidlev, Paiter Emeritpi.
Bev. Ralph W. Leew. Amiitant Paster.
B 30 a m.—Sunday School.
11:00am.—Morning Worship. Ser
mon. “The Cosmic Christ."
8 45 pm—Luther Leagues.
8.00 p.m.—Evening Worship. Ser
22on; . "J0? ^ .*,• Achieve ■
Mental Health.”
Dr. Blaekwelder Will Preach
The Public la Cordially Iavited.
Sapttat
I r tt r m -n nn--w~r
Baptist
CENTENNIAL
7th and I Streets X.E.
Wilton Holder,
Pastor.
9:30 a.m.—Bible School.
11:00 a.m.—“The Nature of God."
6:45 p.m.—B. T. U.
8:00 p.m.—"Are You a Sampson?”
Baptism.
Thursday Eve. at 8 p.m.—Prayer
and Bible study.
Radio, “God’s Quarter Hour,” WOL,
Sunday, 8:36 a.m.
Prayer for the Sick at Every Service.
~CHEVYCHASE
Western Ave. W. sf Cirtle.
Edward O. Clark. Pastor.
11:00 a.m.—“A SABBATH HEALING.”
Mr Clark.
8.00p.m.—Community Evening Service.
Fev. C. W. Cranston.
Thursday at 8 p.m.—Preaching flervice.
Maryland Avenue
14th and Md. Ave. N.E.
W. A. Emmant. Pastor
Sunday School, 9:38 a.m.
B. Y. P. U., 7 p.m.
Services 11 00 A.M. and 7:45 P.M.
Every Evening at 7:45
Evangelistic Meetings
Second Week.
REV. C. E. BACON
of Buffalo, N. Y.
Special Music, Girls’ Trio and
Male Quartet.
Christ \ Csalng Again.
HIGHLANDS CHURCH
Fnarteenth Street at Jefferson.
Newten Mercer Simmonds. Paatar.
0:30 a.m.—Church School.
31 oo a.m.—"The Prayer af Need.”
8:00 p.m.—"Other Falhs.”
KENDALL s.wf**'
Len Franklin Stevens, Minister.
8:40 a.m.—Sunday School.
3 1:0(1 a m.—“No Time for Fainting.’’
8.00 p.m.—"A Finished Work."
Prayer Service. 8 p.m., Thursday.
ENROLLNOW
FOB
Second Semester
Baptist Bible School
Courses in Bible and Related Subjects
Waddell Hall, 715 8th St. N W.
Washington. D. C.
B. P. ROBERTSON, Ph. 0., President
GRACE
8th and Sauth Caralina Ava 9.E.
PASTOR, F. W. JOHNSON.
9:30 a.m.—Bible (School. Classes for all.
3 1:00 a.m.—“The Wilderness Straggle.”
.:45 p.m.— 'Questions and Answers."
6:45p.m.—B. Y. P. U. (3 groups).
Prayer Meeting Thursday at S
ALL WELCOME AT GBACE.
METROPOLITAN
Sixth and A Sta. NJE.
John Campion Ball. D. D.. raster.
j Morning Worship, Eleven O'clock
Dr. James Shera Montgomery
| Goeit Preacher.
Sermon Subject:
“The Well in the Vmlley”
Evening Worship, Seven Forty-five,
Sermon Theme:
“The Pioneera of Progress’*
Bible School. 9:30 A.M. B. Y. P. U..
JC30 p.m. Prayer and Praise Servlet,
Thursday. 8:00 P.M.
"Came Than With Fa. and Wa Will Da
The# Goad.”
CICTU E Near 7th &.W.
r« in Dr. J. E. Brice*, rutw
11:88 a m.—"Sin—Judgment—Lave.”
. 45 p.m—"The Taatlmanv at Ryg
witneasea.”
Baptism Baraca Men's Chorua.
8 8.. 0 30—-Congressman Mitchell of
! Tennessee will teach the Berea Claaa and
; Mr B. W. Ingram the Baracaa. At
, tendance goal ioo for each class.
1 Tue 8 pm—Golden Jubilee W M. 8.
i
PETWORTHReV *HcnKr;nj”*8mUh;
i1,*®;—Sermon by Pastor
_ „„ "LIFE-GIVING LIFE.”
„83>8 p m —Sermon and Song 8erviee.
Th?«^i°£Y OF TNBJEACHED GOALS”
Thursdgy Prayer Service in Charge of
„ Young People.
9 30 a.m.—8. 8. Claaaes for All.
9 45am—Yaden Bible Class for Men.
Tuesday—Quarterly Meeting of Chareh.
WEST WASHINGTON
3 l«t and N Streets N.W.
CHARLES B. AUSTIN. Pastor
Worship, n oo a.m. and 8:00 p m.
Turkey Dinner. Wed.. Peb. 2
_Hours. 5 to 7 p.m.
ANACOSTIA
13th and W Sta. S.E.
Minister. THOS. E. BOORDE.
Bibie School. 9 .30 am; Sr.. Inter, and
iX- ® V. P. U.. 8:45 p.m.: Morning
Worship. 11.00. Topic. "Thy Sins Bo
Forgiven : Evening Service. 7:45. ad
dressed by
■ , *®8«*a Ma. Ph. D..
*■" Yat-Sen I'niversity. Canton, China.
Prsvcr Services. Wed. 7:45 p M
"TAKING CHRIST SERIOUSLY."
SECOND
17th and East Capital Sts.
Rev. H. M. It. Jenea. D. D.. Paster. . .
9:30 a.m.—Bible School
11:00 a.m.—"The Christian’s Oeaapa
tien.”
6:45 p m.—B Y. P. U
S:nnp m.—"Gains and Giving."
TEMPLE '
10th and N Streets N.W.
MINISTER. RANDOLPH L. GREGORY.
9:30 a m —Church School.
11:00 a.m.—"Profiting From the Religion
of Others.”
7:00 pm.—B Y P. U
8 00 p.m.—"The Man Who Can Take It.”
CONGRESS HEIGHTS
BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Esther ond Brothers Place S.E.
Silver Anniversary of
Pastor, Edward E.
Richardson, Ph. D.
January 30, 1938
11:00 a.m.—Dr. Ratal Weaver. Oneet
-_ Speaker.
8:00 p.m.—Sermon by the Paster—
J"REMINISCENCES." «
Calhart) 8th and H Sts. N.W.
'WMVWl" W. S. ABERNETHY, Minister.
11 a.m.—“WILLING HEARTS AND GREAT RESULTS."
8 p.m.—“WHO SHALL INHERIT THE EARTH—THE MEEK OR THE
MIGHTY.”
7:45—THOMAS MOSS—ORGAN RECITAL.
8:30—Sunday School. 11:00—Junior Church
8, 6 and 6:45—Young People's Groups.
16th and 0 Streets N.W.
Edward Hughes Pruden, Pastor
11 A.M.—'"What a Church Has a Right to Expect ef Its OAeen."
8:30 P.M.—'"Prodigal Gifts for a Prodigal Son.”
Come to 8unday School, 9:30 a.m.; B. Y. P. U., 7 pjn.:
Swedish Services, 3:30 p.m. Dr K. E. Carlson.
Rational baptist iHemorial
16th and Columbia Road N.W.
Gove G. Johnson, Pastor. A. Lincoln Smith, Assistant Pastor.
11 A.M.—"DENYING SEIF.”
8 P.M.—'"THE WAY MADE PLAIN."
9:39—Bible School. 9:48—B. Y. P. U.
Midweek Service, Thursday Evening at 8.
DL'TU A MV *• L Ave. sai Sai St. N.W. M. P. GERMAN. Minister!
OLl 1 A inll I 1 Iron a.m.—“Despalrlnv ef Ne Man.”
8:00 p.m.—“When Girins la Acceptable.”
The Stevaniea Bible Clan Invitee Yea to Bear
SENATOR M. M. LOGAN an Earnaet Expeeltle^ ef Bible Trathi.

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