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STUDENTS TO TALK
AT CHEW CHASE
Presbyterian Groups to Hear
Guests From Farm School
in Asheville.
At Chevy Chase Presbyterian
* Church tomorrow morning the Rev.
J. Hillman Hollister will preach on
"We.”
Students from the Asheville Farm
School, N. C.. will be week end
guests of members of the church and
will be guest speakers at the various
young people's meetings. Roy Addis
will address the Alpha Omega Group
at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. John A. Logan. 6001 Ne
vada avenue N.W.. on "Where the
Parm School Is and How It Came
to Be " The Collegians will meet at
7:30 p.m. at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. J. M. Mosher, 3751 Jenifer street
N.W. Clyde B. Sargent, missionary
from China, will be the guest of the
Fireside Group at 7:30 pm. at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Steece,
Thirty-first place and Tennyson
Street N.W.
Dr. Carl C. Taylor will give his
final lecture to the Clyde Kelley Bi
ble Class at 9:45 a.m. in the cnapel.
Dr. Theodore D. Martin of the Na
tional Education Association will give
three lectures to the class the first
three Sundays in April. His subject
Will be “Rethinking Religion."
"Christian Life and Service” will
be the subject of the Woman's Len
ten hour Monday at 1:30. The meet
ing will oe led by Mrs. Leslie H.
Whitten.
The Woman’s Presbyterial Society,
composed of members of all mis
sionary societies in the Presbytery,
will be guests of the missionary so
ciety Friday at a meeting and
luncheon.
LENTEN ROUND TABLE
WILL HEAR LAWYER
Harold Brown Will Speak at
Church of Our Savior
Meeting at 8 P.M.
At the Church of Our Savior to
, morrow, at 8 p.m., the Lenten round
table will be held. Harold Brown, a
lawyer in the Interstate Commerce
Commission, will be the speaker. His
subject will be "Guided Living.” Re
freshments will be served.
The midweek Lenten service will be
' held Tuesday evening. The guest
preacher is Dr. Oscar P. Blackwelder,
pastor of the Church of the Reforma
tion. The Rev. Sam Kommann, pas
tor of St. Stephen's Lutheran Church,
will read the lesson. He will bring
his congregation with him.
The Woman's Missionary Societies
of all the local churches wm meet
in the parish house on Friday at 1:30
p.m. Mrs. Clvtus S. Freeman is giving
a series of lectures on "Rural Amer
ica.” Refreshments will be served.
At the 11 o’clock services the rec
tor. the Rev. Alvin Lamar Wills, is
giving a series of sermons oft "The
Intelligent Use of the Prayer Book.”
Tomorrow morning the subject will
be "Who May Receive the Holy Com
munion?”
DR. CARL RASMUSSEN
WILL CONTINUE SERIES
Continuing his Lenten series of ser
mons on ‘‘Great Imperatives.” Dr. Carl
C. Rasmussen, pastor at Luther Place
Memorial Church, will speak at 11
a.m. tomorrow on "Great Impera
tives—Trust!” An anthem will be
sung by the choir. Mrs. M. A. Marques
also will sing.
Miss Henrietta Boune will present
the subject, "Who Ls My Neighbor?”
at 6 o'clock before the Intermediate
Luther League. Mrs. Paul Ledig, guest
speaker at the Senior Luther League
meeting at 7, will speak on “Why
Continue Foreign Missions to Latin
America?”
On Thursday at 7:50 the pastor
will continue his midweek series of
talks, using as his subject “Our Chris
tion Liberty—Its Code.”
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ENLISTMENT SUNDAY
WILL BE OBSERVED
Enlistment Sunday will be observed
tomorrow at the Chevy Chase Baptist
Church. An effort has been made to
have every member present. “How
to Love God” is the sermon theme of
the Rev. Edward O. Clark at the 11
o'clock service. “Pacing Reality,” the
second sermon in the series of Sun
day evening messages on the general
theme of "Facing Life Today,” at
8 p.m.
The Board of Deacons will meet
at the home of the pastor, 3708 Liv
ingston street N.W.. Tuesday evening.
The guest speaker at the Chevy
Chase union Lenten service on Thurs
day evening will be Dr. Gordon Poteat,
professor, Crozer Theological Semi
nary, Chester, Pa. The service will
be held in Chevy Chase Methodist
Church at 8 p.m.
SERIES TO CONTINUE
Dr. John R. Edwards will preach
In Union M. E. Church tomorrow
morning on “The Path of Compensa
tion” in a series of messages on “Ap
proach to Calvary.” The Junior
Choir, under leadership of Mrs. J. F.
Albert, with Miss Katherine Thacker
organist, will sing. The Senior Choir
Will render an offertory.
At the evening service members of
the “I Will” Bible Class will present
"The Challenge of the Cross.” Those
participating are Miss Dorothy Pal
mer, Maxine Van Hook, Margaret
Elker, Alice Benson, Harriet Linger,
Helen Vogt and Mrs. Ruby Michael,
with Miss Jean Shirley Albert, soloist.
GLEE CLUB TO SING
The Glee Club of Central Union
Mission and Mrs. John M. Bennett
will have charge of the evening serv
ice at Emory M. E. Church. Mrs. Ben
nett will be the speaker of the eve
ning and the Glee Club and quartet
will furnish the music. Following the
evening service there will be a fel
lowship hour.
The Rev. Horace E. Cromer will
preach at 11 o’clock on “The Will of
life."
The midweek service continues the
\ Lenten series of “What We Believe,”
\ discussing public belief about conver
sion.
The Class of Friendship will meet
| Monday night at the parish house;
Activities in Washington Churches
Baptiat.
Bethany.
The Rev. M. P. German will apeak
at both services tomorrow. His sub
jects are “Who Cares About You!"
and "Standing By the Cross.” The
young people will assist In the evening
service.
The junior church, under the lead
ership of Mrs. Jaeger, will meet at 11
o’clock. Senator M. M. Logan of Ken
tucky will teach the men’s Bible class.
A comedy, “Let the Wedding Bells
Ring.” will be presented Priday eve
ning under the auspices of the Amoma
Class, and is being directed by Mrs.
Peckham.
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Wisconsin Avenue.
The Rev. C. R. Ferguson will preach
at 11 o’clock on “The Fullness of the
Spirit.” Mr. John Hay will bring a
missionary message for the 8 o’clock
service. He is a missionary with the
Sudan Interior Mission. “Difficulties
Concerning Doubts” will be studied
during the church prayer meeting
Thursday evening.
Petworth.
The Joash plan of pledges for the
coming year will be presented Sunday
morning it was announced by the
Rev. Henry J. Smith, pastor. He will
speak on “The Leverage of Nature.”
In the evening the theme is "Unex
pected Fulfillment.”
Grace.
The Rev. F. W. Johnson announces
C. E. S. Ridgeway, a member of this
year’s graduating class of Eastern
Theological Seminary, Philadelphia,
Pa., will preach Sunday at 11 o’clock
and at 7:45 p.m.
Takoma Park.
The Rev. William E. La Rue will
preach tomorrow morning on "The
Life Worthwhile,” and in the evening
on "Ye Must Be Bom Again.” The
midweek devotional service is held
Thursday evenings.
Rehoboth (Colored).
The Rev. Mr. Johnson will preach
tomorrow morning on "Paul's Hymn
of Love.” The junior choir will con
duct a pew rally and installation serv
ive at 8 p.m. The theme of the pastor's
message will be "Lessons From Little
Teachers.” "Rebuilding the Church
in Pageantry and Song” will be of
fered Friday at 8 p.m.
Good Will (Colored).
Dr. James L. Pinn will speak tomor
row on "Men of Faith.” At 2 o’clock
he will conduct services at the Dis
trict Jail. In the evening his subject
will be “The Ark of the Covenant.”
Zion, Southwest.
Holy communion will be observed
at the 11 o’clock service, with the Rev.
A. Joseph Edwards preaching on "The
Anti-Christs of Our Generation.” At
night his subject is: "And Jesus Took
a Towel.” Each Sunday morning the
pastor delivers a sermonet to the
children based on nursery rhymes.
The school holds its annual mother
daughter banquet. April 1. Al' girls
between the ages of 13 and 18. ac
companied by their mothers or adult
sponsors, are Invited. The guest
speaker will be Mary McLeod Bethune.
Mount Bethel (Colored).
Dr. K. W. Roy will preach Sunday at
11 a.m. on "God’s Road Map, Routes
1 and 2.” At 8 p.m., sermon by the
Rev. G. Z. Brown, pastor of Mount
Zion Baptist Church. Prayer meeting
Tuesday night. Young folks meeting
Thursday night.
Second (Colored).
Dr. J. L. S. Holloman will preach
at 11 a.m. on "The Manhood of the
Master,” and in the evening on "The
Responsibility for Our Personalities.”
Third (Colored).
Dr. George O. Bullock's topic at 11
a.m. is "Walking With God, in White.”
The Y. P. C. E. Society will meet at
4. 5 and 6. At 8 p.m. the North Caro
lina Club will meet. The guest speak
ers will be Judge Arnold W. Scott,
Dr. Anna J. Cooper and Dr. John R.
Hawkins.
Chriatian.
Fifteenth Street.
Morning worship and the Lord's
supper at 11 a.m. sermon by the
Rev. Leslie L. Bowers on "The Chal
lenge of Christianity.” Thtf men will
have charge of the evening service at
B o’clock. Special music by men's
chorus. The presiding officer will be
Charles E. Carter.
Columbia Heights.
Continuing the series of pre-Easter
sermons the Rev. A. P. Wilson will
speak tomorrow morning on "Absolute
Surrender," and in the evening on
‘The Man Who Invited His Brother.”
This day is known as invitation day,
when the church members are inviting
a guest to come with them to church.
Cards for a record of these guests will
be issued. The men’s chorus will
have charge gt the music for the
evening service.
Third.
The Rev. C. N. William* will preach
tomorrow morning on "Christ’s Chal
lenging Question.” The Lord's supper
will be observed. TTie young people
will meet at 7 p.m.
Congregational.
People’s (Colored).
The fourth sermon of the Lenten
series which the Rev. A. F. Elms will
preach Sunday morning will be on
“Happy Are They That Hunger After
Righteousness.” These messages are
from the Sermon on the Mount and
are presented under the general theme,
"The Master’s Philosophy of Life.”
The Youth Fellowship organizations
meet at 5 and 6:30 o’clock. One-hour
Lenten devotions will be led by the
minister Thursday night.
Lincoln (Colored).
Dr. R. W. Brooks will speak tomor
row on "First Century Ideals and
Our Problems Today.” Music by the
vested chorus choir. The Men’s
Brotherhood at 10 a.m. <111 be ad
dressed by Adison N. Scurlock on
"The Impact of the Church on Social
and Spiritual Derelicts.”
The forum will present a program
on “Delinquency” at 6 o’clock. Samuel
D. Matthews, principal, Randall Junior
High School, will speak on “The
Problem of Juvenile Delinquency.”
The Young People’s Club wiU pre
sent a literary program at 6 o’clock
led by Robert G. Wallace, graduate
student in the School of Religion,
Howard University.
Plymouth (Colored).
The Rev. Arthur D. Gray will preach
on “The Search for Religious Cer
tainty” at the morning service. At
the 6 p.m. vesper service Dr. Ambrose
Caliver, specialist in Negro education,
United 8tates Department of the In
terior, wiU be the guest speaker.
The midweek service wiU be held
Thursday at 8 p.m. 1
J
Episcopal.'
St. David's Chapel.
Holy communion Sunday and Thurs
day at 11 a.m. On Sunday at 11
a.m. and 8 p.m., continuing the
Moses series of talks, the topic, “A
Halting Church Jeopardises Its Mis
sion” will be used by the Rev. William
L. Mayo, vicar. The week day Len
ten sermon will be preached Thurs
day, at 8 p.m., by the Rev. Clyde
Brown, diocessan missloner of the
Diocese of Washington.
Transfiguration.
The services on Sunday will be at
7:30, 9:30 and 11 a.m. Confirmation
instructions at 7:30 p.m. The Rev.
J. J. Queally will officiate. The Rev.
O W. White will be the special
preacher at the 11 o’clock service. -
St. Stephen and the Incarnation.
The Rev. Herbert Donovan, rector
of Truro parish, Fairfax County, Va„
will be the guest preacher at the spe
cial Lenten service on Wednesday
at 8 p.m.
Epiphany.
At the 11 o’clock services there will
be morning prayer and sermon by
Dr. Z. B. Phillips. At 8 p.m., there
will be evening prayer and sermon by
the Rev. Mr. Cartmell.
The special noon-day preacher next
week, Monday to Friday, inclusive,
will be the Rev. Hulbert A. Woolfall,
rector of St. Peter’s Church, St. Louis,
and formerly rector of St. Mark’s
Church here in Washington.
Chapel of the Redeemer.
The special preacher tomorrow
morning at 9:30 o'clock will be the
Rev. Edward Slater Dunlap of Wash
ington Cathedral.
The address at the Lenten mid
week service on Wednesday at 8 p m.,
will be delivered by the Rev. William
L. Mayo, vicar of St. David's Chapel.
This service will be followed by an
informal community sing in the
chapel hall.
Lutheran.
St. Mark's.
‘‘Jesus and His Friends” will be the
theme of the Rev. J. Luther Frants
at the 11 a.m. service. The ‘chorus
choir will sing, with Mrs. Willoughby
as soloist.
The Luther League will meet at
6:30 p.m. Miss Virginia Biesecker
will be the leader, using as her topic
"Log Cabins, Movie Houses, Dance
Halls, and Then.”
The midweek Lenten service will
be held Wednesday. There will be a
brief sermon by the pastor, and Mr.
Weitzel will sing. •
St. Stephen’* Evangelic*!.
At the 11 a.m. service the Rev. S.
H. Kornmann will have as his theme
"That Nothing Be Lost," and at 7:30
p.m., "Upon This Rock I Will Build
My Church.” The Luther League will
meet at 6:30 p.m.
The Lenten service will be held
Wednesday at 7:45 p.m., with the
Rev. Edward Goetz of Zion Lutheran
Church as guest speaker. The Mis
sionary Union prayer service will be
held .April 1 it 1:30 p.m.
Takoma.
"A Prayer That Was Heard” is the
sermon of the Rev. J. Adrian Pfeiffer
tomorrow morning. On Wednesday
evening the fifth midweek Lenten
service will be held. The sermon
topic is "The Cross and Men Like
Simon.” "
Methodist Episcopal.
Douglas Memorial.
The Rev. Clarence H. Corkran will
have for his subject tomorrow morn
ing "First Things First,” and at 8 p.m.
“The Secret Prayers of Jesus.” The
Epworth League and the Junior League
meet at 7 p.m. A prayer service will
be held Thursday evening, led by the
pastor.
Trinity.
Dr. Dan L. Ennis will have for his
subject tomorrow at 11 a.m. "Religion
as Enjoyment” in the series on "The
Rapture of Religion” and at 8 p.m. he
will continue his series on "Windows
Into the Unknown,” speaking on "The
Eternal Splendor.” Dorothy Wilson
and Roy Halterman will assist in the
evening service. Tuesday at 6 p.m.,
dinner for the. Young Married Folks’
Club; Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.. Lenten
service; speaker, Dr. Frank 8teelman;
Thursday, 5 to 7 p.m., chicken dinner
by the Ladies' Guild.
McKendree.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Ser
mon by the Rev. Samuel E Rose on
"A Shrewd Man.” Young People’s
League at 7 pm. Evening worship,
with Stanley Bell in charge of the in
formal song service, at 8 o’clock. The
minister speaks on “The Strenuous
Life.”
Calvary M. E. South.
The Rev. W. D. Keene will preach
at the 11 o'clock service on "Popular
vs. Prophetic Religion,” the second in
the series on sermons on “Religion."
At 8 p.m. his theme will be "Saul,
Ruler, Who Started Well and Ended
in Suicide,” another in the series of
sermons the pastor has been preaching
on Old Testament characters. On
Thursday evening he will talk on “The
Evangelism of Jesus,” the first in the
aeries of talks on “Evangelism.”
Eldbrooke.
Services tomorrow will be in charge
of the Rev. Walter M. Michael. At
the morning service he will preach on
“How Shall We Approach the Cross?”
At the evening service his subject is
“What Is Your Handicap?” Miss
Margaret Boesch will lead a discus
sion in the Epworth League at 7 p.m.
on “A Christian's Fellowship.”
The midweek Lenten service will be
held Wednesday at 8 p.m., with a de
votional address by the pastor on
“Going Forth With Him.”
Lincoln Rond.
“He Washed His Hands” will be the
sermon topic of the Rev. Reginald
Heber stone at IX a.m. Anthem by
the choir and Miss Bessie Chirieleison
will render the solo of- the morning.
Arthur P. Black, secretary of Lutheran
Laymen’s Movement, will give the ad
dress at 8 p.m. The meeting will be
in charge of the Lincoln Road Broth
erhood. The Glee Club will sing and
members will be received. This marks
the first Sunday for the new carpet
which has been laid .during the week
in the church.
Chevy Chase.
The Rev. Edward Gardiner Latch
will have “Jesus and the Triumphs of
Life” as his subject at the 11 o'clock
service on Sunday. 9
Members of the other Chevy Chase
churches will meet in the church for
the union Lenten service Thursday
evening. The speaker will be Dr.
Gordon Poteat of Crosier Theological
Seminary, Chester, Pa.
Waugh.
The instruction class will be taught
tomorrow at 0:45 am. by the Rev. A.
P. Poore. He will 11 am
on "Live and Let & m., Ju
nlor Church; 6:30 p.m., Intermediate
League; 7 p.m., Epworth League; 8
p.m., the minister will preach, "The
Gateway of Life"; 7:30 p.m„ Thurs
day, prayer meeting, in charge of the
minister; 3:30 p.m., Friday, proba
tioners’ class, In charge of the dea
coness. *
Si Paul’s Sooth.
The Rev. William F. Locke will
preach tomorrow at 11 a.m. on "The
Eleventh Commandment.” At 8 p.m.
his subject will be "Ingratitude, Our
Curse.” Rebecca Rice will lead the
meeting of the Young People's Divi
sion at 7:15. The Rev. George Miles
will speak. The second quarterly con
ference will meet at the church Mon
day evening.
Concord-Cabin John.
"Growth in the Christian Life” will
be the subject of the Rev. Frank Ed
wards Sutch. 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.
North Carolina Avenue.
"Getting God’s Approval” is the
subject of the Rev. B. I. Barnes at 11
tomorrow.
Metropolitan A. M. E.
The Rev. J. C. Beckett will preach
tomorrow at 11 a.m. on "The Well
spring of Religion” and 8 p.m. on
"Giving God a Chance.” Sunday Is
mortgage interest day.
Miles Memorial C. M. E.
The “Go to Conference Round Ef
fort” will be celebrated throughout the
day. At 11 a.m. the Rev. L. Q. Brown
will discuss “Christianity and Wealth,"
and at 8 p.m. “The Two and Their
Money.” The Epworth League will
meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday at 8 p.m
a pageant drama, "The Lost Church,"
will be presented by the personnel
group. Praise service Wednesday
night.
Metropolitan Wesley A. M. E. Z.
Bishop Cameron Chesterfield Al
leyne, superintendent, Seventh Epis
copal area of the A. M. E. Zion
Church, will be guest preacher Sun
day at the 11 o'clock service. The
Rev.. David Cecil Lynch, minister, will
preside.
Jones Memorial (Colored).
Pre-conference rally will be held
tomorrow. At 11 a.m., sermon by Dr.
Julius S. Carroll, on “The Quality of
Living and Working.” At 3:30 p.m.,
sermon by the Rev. U. S. Brown, as
sistant pastor of Tenth Street Baptist
Church. Music by the Tenth Street
Baptist Church gospel chorus. Ep
worth League devotional meeting at
6.30 p.m., Miss Florence Ellis presid
ing. On Wednesday at 8 p.m. the final
prayer service of the conference year.
Israel C. M. E.
The Rev. E. F. Howard will be the
speaker at the morning service. Music
by the vested choir, with Alston Bur
leigh directing. At 6:30 p.m. Lamado
Ackeer, Ethiopian concert artist, will
present a program of English, Ameri
can and Ethiopian music. He will
also tell of his experiences in 28 coun
tries. Prayer service Tuesday eve
ning.
John Wesley A. M. E. Z.
At 11 *.m., sermon by the Rev. S.
G. Spottswood, on "Mercy,” and at 8
p.m. on "If Ye Had Faith.” Special
Lenten music by the cathedral choir,
Dr. W. Scott Mayo, choirmaster.
Methodist Protestant
Methodist Protestant.
The series of sermons under the
general theme “The Mind of Christ in
You” will be continued by the Rev.
John A. Trader. The title of the
morning sermon will be "The Mind
of Christ Concerning Work.” The
subject for the evening sermon will
be "Live at Low Tension.”
Congress Street.
The Harrison Bible Class will meet
tomorrow at 9:45 a.m. William N.
Payne, jr., third vice president, will
preside. Powell P. Bradfield will have
charge of the lesson. Dr. Hirl A. Kes
ter, the pastor, will give a short talk.
Representative John W. Flannagan,
jr., from Virginia, will be the guest
speaker.
Dr. Kester will preach at 11 a m. on
"I Know That Ye Seek Jesus,” and
at 8 p.m. on “Christ’s Call to the
Weary.” Mrs. Raymond Pruett's Class
will sponsor this service.
« Metropolitan.
The Rev. William Andrew Keese
will preach at the 11 o'clock service
on “Jesus and Our Happiness,” the
third in a series on the theme “Jesus
and the Human Quest.” Miss Anne
Evans will be the soloist. The chorus
choir, Robert Frederick Freund, di
rector, will sing.
The Young People's Fellowship will
meet at 7 p.m.
Presbyterian
Metropolitan.
Dr. J. Lowrey Fendrich has for his
topic at 11 o’clock, “The Lessons of
Disaster ” At the vesper service at
5 o'clock he will speak on “Uncon
scious Influence.” The midweek serv
ice on Thursday at 7 o’clock he will
continue his series on prayer. The
topic will be "Prayer and Natural Law.”
Westminster.
The Rev. Harry V. Porter will con
duct the morning worship service and
preach on “Have Faith and Live.” At
8 p.m. he will speak on "The Meaning
of Good Friday.”
Eckington.
At 11 a.m. the text is "Prom that
time many of His disciples went back
and walked no more with Him”; 8 p.m.
"Ye are the epistle of Christ written
not with ink, but with the spirit of
the living God." The Rev. Henry B.
Wooding preaches at both services.
Communicants’ class conducted by the
pastor at 7 p.m.
Central.
Dr. James H. Taylor will preach to
morrow morning on "The Constitution
of the Kingdom” and in the evening
on "The Glorious Gospel.” The West
minster League will hold election ol
officers at 5 o’clock.
The Young People’s Friday night
class, under the instruction of Dr.
Taylor, will continue the study of "The
Revival of Learning and the Reforma
tion.’’
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. Sloat will speak on the subject
“The Works of Jesus” and in the eve
ning will continue the studies in
Romans Eight.
Garden Memorial.
The theme for the Rev. Philip
Goerts tomorrow morning is "The
Meaning of the Parts of Worship” and
in the evening "Sampson the Collegiate
Freshman.”
On Wednesday the Bible school
teachers and officers’ Quoting will be
at the home of Mr*. Cooper, 1715
Minnesota avenue 6.E. On Thursday
at 7:30 p.m. the theme will be "The
Presbyterian Church."
Peek Memorial Chapel.
"The Cross on the Hill and the
Cross in Life” is the subject of the
Rev. Irving W. Ketchum Sunday
morning. "The Kind Policeman" is
the subject of the children’s sermon.
The pastor's religious consultation
hour is from 4 to 5 p.m. Wednesday.
Western.
Dr. Dunham will preach tomorrow
morning on "Tbo Much Else to Do.”
At the meeting of the Trilla B. Young
Bible Class the following officers were
elected: President, Ketha Wildman;
vice president, Catherine Eidson;
treasurer, Tate Clendenin; secretary,
Jessie Dcpuy, and corresponding'sec
retary, Elizabeth Hill.
Fifteenth Street (Colored.)
Dr. H. B. Taylor will have for his
subject Sunday, n a.m., "Living by
Faith.” The Service Committee will
hold a pew rally at 6:30 p.m., and will
be addressed by the Rev. A. F. Elmes,,
pastor of the Peoples Congregational
Church.
Other Servicet.
. French Services.
Services in French will be held at
the New York Avenue Presbyterian
Church tomorrow at 4 p.m. and also
Wednesday from 4:45 to 5:30 p.m.
The Rev. A. F. Loitard, pastor of the
French congregation, will fc the
speaker on both occasions.
Healing Services.
The fifth lesson in the course on
Christian healing by John Gayner
Banks will be taken up by the Prayer
Circle of the Church of St. Stephen
and the Incarnation next Tuesday at
10:30 am. in the parish hall. The
subject will be “The Method of Jesus
in Exorcism.” Mrs. James Clift will
lead. The hour will be concluded with
prayers for the sick.
First Brethren.
The Rev. Homer A. Kent will preach
at 11 a.m. tomorrow on "Viewing the
Cross From the Garden of Geth
semane." This will be the fourth in
a series of pre-Easter sermoas on the
general theme, "Viewing the Cross."
At 7:45 p.m. his subject will be "What
Shall I Do With Jesus?” The Junior
choir will sing at the morning service,
the senior choir at the evening service.
Sunday will be promotion day in the
Sunday school at 9:30 a.m.
The midweek service will be held
Wednesday at 8 p.m., with the pastor
in charge. The fifth chapter of John’s
gospel will be the subject for the
meditation.
Missionary Alliance.
The sermon at the Washington Gos
pel Tabernacle, 5714 Georgia avenue,
at 10:45 a.m„ will be "The One and
Only Secret.” The young people's
service, Ruth Horn in charge; special
message by Miss R. Goo dell, who is
leaving for further missionary train
ing; 6:45 p.m. Evangelistic service will
be devoted to a "Life Investment
Service,” with special messages in song
and sermons. Tuesday, Bible study,
7:45 p.m. The Thursday evening
meeting will be given -over to pictures
on Palestine by Bob Evans, a repre
sentative of the Jewrtsh research work.
Chinese Community.
"The Present Position of Women in
China” is the subject of an address
by Miss Hilda Yen, niece of the former
Chinese Ministre to the United States,
W. W. Yen, tomorrow at 3 p.m. at
the services at Mount Vernon Place
M. E. Church South.
Open Door Church.
Sunday morning the pastor will be
gin a series of studies on "The
Prophetic History of Redemption,”
illustrated by a chart. This is based
on the "seven sacred seasons” of
Israel. At 8 p.m. a gospel message,
and at 7 p.m. the young people s pro
gram. Wednesday night at 8 o'clock
the Rev. John Hay, former missionary
to Ethiopia, will speak.
Prof. Adams to Speak.
Prof. James R. Adams, spiritual
psychologist, lecturer and healer, who
has just returned from a world tour,
will talk at the League for the Larger
Life, 1414 Sixteenth street N.W.. at
3 p.m. tomorrow on "Your I Am Self
and True Forgiveness.” and at 8 p.m.
on "Your I Am Self and Plenty of
Money.” Public Invited.
Potomac Heights Community.
On the general theme. "What Jesus
Said and Did as He Neared the Cross,”
the Rev. O. J. Randall will preach
tomorrow at 11 a.m. on "Jesus Said—
Forbid Them Not.” At 10 a.m., L. W.
Worley, superintendent of the com
munity Sunday school at Greenbelt,
Md., will address the Sunday school.
The Church Council will hold a spe
cial meeting Monday evening.
Salvation Army.
Meetings tomorrow are:
Washington No. 1 Corp6, 606 E
street N.W., 11 a.m. and 8 p.m., Capt.
Herbert Robins.
Washington No. 2 Corps, 1501
Seventh street N.W., 11 a.m. and 8
p.m., Capt. Eva Graham.
Washington No. 3 Corps, 733 Eighth
street S.E., 11 a.m., "Set Your Affec
tions," and 7:45 p.m., Torchbearers
with Capt. Hasel Banks in charge.
Washington No. 4 Corps, 1075 Jef
ferson street N.W., 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.,
Capt. Walter Swyers.
Washington No. 5 Corps. 715 I
street N.E., 11 a.m., Mrs. Adjt. Tritton,
and 8 p.m., Adjt. Charles Tritton.
Men’s Social Service Department,
528 First street N.W., 11 a.m., Adjt.
Albert E. Baldwin.
Yogoda Society.
Brahmachari Jotin of Calcutta,
India, will speak on "Subjective Free
dom” tomorrow evening at 1758 Co
lumbia road N.W. The class in the
study of the Bhagavad Gita will meet
Thursday evening.
Gtjmgrfgathuml
‘How to Know God’ Is Dr.
Blackwelder’s Subject
Tomorrow Morning.
The Augustan*. College Choir, under
the direction of Henry Veld, will ren
der a concert at the Church of the
Reformation tomorrow evening.
The program is under the Joint aus
pices of the Minister of Sweden; the
Tercentenary Commission of the land
ing of the Swedes on the Delaware, of
which United States Senator Joseph
F. GufTey is chairman, and the Au
gustana Lutheran Church and the
Lutheran Church of the Reformation.
"The Jaundloe of Prejudice” is the
subject tomorrow by the Rev. Ralph
W. Loew, assistant pastor, at the ma
tin service at. 8:30 o'clock. The matin
choir will sing. At 11 o'clock Dr.
Oscar F. Blackwelder, pastor, will
preach on "How to Know God.” The
senior choir will sing.
On Monday evening the city-wide
Lenter^ service, under the auspices of
the Lutheran Ministers’ Association of
the District of Columbia, will be' held
in this church, with Dr. Martin Luther
Enders, pastor of the First Lutheran
Church in Baltimore, as the guest
speaker.
On Wednesday evening at 7:30 the
class periods continue and at 8:15
the midweek Lenten service. Dr.
Edward H. Pruden, pastor of the First
Baptist Church, will be the guest
speaker.
'STEALING FROM LORD’
WILL BE SERMON TOPIC
Concordia Lutheran Church to
Hold Two Lenten Services
Luring Week.
The sermon topic at Concordia
Lutheran Evangelical Church tomor
row morning will be "Stealing From
the Lord.” The Rev. Charles Enders
will preach in both the German serv
ice at 10 a m, and the English service
at 11:15 a m.
Lenten services are held at 8 p.m. on
Wednesdays in English and on Thurs
days in German. The sermon topic for !
the coming week is "The Daily Bread.” \
This is the fifth in a series of sermons
on the Lord's Prayer.
The Concordia Young People's
League meets on Friday. The young
people of the church are busy prepar
ing a religious play "Judith.”
A group of young people is being
prepared for admission to church
membership through the rite of con
firmation Palm Sunday.
QHjrtfltaMpIttan
Christadelphian Chapel
73" Webster St. N.W.i 8. 8,. t0:00 am.
Preaching. 11:15 a m. Public Invited.
THE WASHINGTON ECCLESIA.
8 S m oo a m Service 11:00 a m.
808 Eve St. N.W. Pwbtle Invited. «
yazargttr
First Church of the Nazarene
Cor. 7th and A Sts. N.E.
9 A.M.—“The Naaarene Hour.’*
900 kc—Radio Station WFMD
11 AM.
Morning Worship.
7:30
Evangelistic Service.
(fttfurrlf of (fUjrtet
14th St. CHURCH OF CHRIST
3460 14th St. N.W. '
10:00 a.m.—Bible School.
11:00 am.—"Whs No Mechanical
Music.”
8:00 p m—“Unashamed Hope."
QUiriatiati ati& f® tuatmtary
_AUtanre_
Christian and Missionary Alliance
5714 Georgia Ave. N.W.
10:45 a m.—“The One and Only
See ret."
Eve. Service. 7:30—“Life Investment.”
Mias Ruth Goodall. speaking, and
otherg as well as Rev. P. R. Hyde, pas
tor. Meetings all through April. Mr.
R. Evans will give pictures on Palestine,
past and present on Thursday. 7:46
p.m. Welcome.
arutlj
A TRUTH CENTER
-MRS. APPLETON. Under.
1713 K Street N.W.
Sun., 11 a.m.—“Greatness In the
Kingdom.”
Tues.. 8:1.1—"SeenrltT.”
Wed.. 8 p.m.—“Dynamic Living.”
Thurs. 8:15—“Healing.”
Tues. & Thurs,. 2-5: Wed.. 4-8 p m. *
EuangflualaniiSrfflrmri
GRACE REFORMED
HKNRT H. RANCH. D. D.. Palter.
11:00 a.m.—“Ut Cs Alone.”
9:40 a.m.—Sunday School.
6:30 p m.—Young People's Society.
CONCORDIA ANGELICAL I
20th and G Sts. N.W.
REV. CHARLES ENDER8. Pastor.
9:45 a.m.—Bible School.
PREACHING SERVICES.
10:00 a.m.—German.
11:15 a.m.—English.
EVERYBODY WELCOME.
(Emigrggattifflal
Mount Pleasant
Congregational Church
COLUMBIA ROAD AT I4th STREET
11:00 a.m.—DR. CUNCHY.
“MODERN MEANINGS FOR THE OLD
FAITH.”
4—"THE DIVINE WHISPER.”
(The Roly Spirit.)
FPHIJRPH 1Mh
1. .1 I 1 I 1ml .n HOWARD STONE ANDERSON.
V**n/*1V»* WALTER O. BORCHERS. Jr.
11:00 A.M.
DR. FRED L. FAGLEY, GUEST PREACHER
Associate Secretary, General Council of Congregational Churches
"THE CHRISTIAN'S CERTAINTY IN DAYS
OF CONFUSION"
Two Identical Services at 4:30 and 7:45 P.M,
Great movie now with wound effectw
"KING OF KINGS''
Cecil B. DeMille's religious classic
ADMISSION FREE
Union Lenten Services—12:15 noon ot First Cong. Church; 8:00 p.m.
’ at Calvary Baptist Church, Monday through Friday.
GUNTON-TENIPLE SERIES
WILL BE CONTINUED
Dr. Bernard Braskamp to Be
Hs&rd In Lenten Sermon at
11 O’Clock Service.
Dr. Bernard Braskamp. pastor of
the Oimton-Temple Memorial Presby
terian Church, will continue his series
of Lenten season sermons at the 11
o'clock service.
A course in the meaning of the
Christian life and church member
ship Is being given each Sunday
morning during the church school
study period. Tomorrow morning Dr.
Braskamp will lead the boys and girls
In a study of the meaning of the sac
raments.
The annual meeting of the church
members was held last week and the
following officers were elected: Elders,
Dr. E. M. Finch, B. D. Stallings, H. M.
Vandervort, A. N. Roes and A. B
Omwake; deacons, C. B. Strickler. O
N. Todd, Albert Gaffney, W. S. Kin
ney and T. H. Scott; trustees, H. E.
Mockbee, W. M. Mooney, D. P. Wol
haupter, A. A. Dibble and G. E. Proud
ly
_Catttr-flajt_&aint»
PUBLIC ORGAN RECITALS
I B Sunday. Public Service, 7 P.M.
B UaaliUujtLm (Efyaprl
Of the Church of Jesu* Christ of
Latter-Day Saint*
16th St. fir Columbia Rd. N.W.
MON.. WED., FRI.—8 P.M.
D. STERLING WHEELWRIGHT.
Orsenivt.
fHrthobiat Epiarajral
• &mrth
| Mount Vernon Place |
(SOUTHERN METHODISM’S!
[REPRESENTATIVE CHURCHf
| Massaehasettr At*, at Ninth St. N.W. I
i DA. JOHN W. Rl'STIN. Minister. |
| 11:00 a.m.—"Gad Oar Refare.’*
\ 8:00 p m.—"Bnlldlnr Up Renerrer" !
I - 1
| DR. JOHN W. RUST1N. |
fBcthohist Episcopal
Unitarian
3 ALL SOULS
CHURCH
ISV< Harvard •* -
Miniaftr
Vtyim C O Atrrr
OD
» 40 a.m.—Church School I
11:0(1 a m.—Morning Worship. !
"THE RKSIORRECTJON OF JESIS i
CHRIST; A MODERN :
INTERPRETATION." j
VoOpm.—Program of Organ Music. II
6:30 p m.—Travel Chat "Roumanians ||
7:30 p.m.—Motion Picture Hour. l»
"DIE LETZTE ROSE." H
(English Subtitles.) - a ■
Etrattgrliatir (Ernttr 1
The Full Gospel
tabernacle!
North Capitol and K Sta.
fl-30a.m.—Sunday School
11:00 a m.— UornUi
Worship.
7:30 p.m. — Evangelistic.
Tuesday. 7:45 p.m.—
Young People.
Wednesday. 7:45 p.m.—
Preaching.
Friday Night 7:45—
Bible Stuoy.
PUBLIC CORDIALLY INVITED.
B. E. MAHAN, Pastor.
2um-&gflarian
EWBfBEDSD
"SOMETHING TO THINK ]A ki
ABOUT" •*' _
8 P.M. ■ Kl
A service which hits the spot kU
and makes the heart glad I rl
"The Main Business." KJLm
H A.M. I
WOL BROADCAST, 9 A.M. ij'l
Bible School. 10:00 a.m. I *'0
Young People. 7:00 p.m. ■ aj
Tucs and Frl. Meetings. 8 pm. Vlfl
COME. FOR REFRESHING |U
WELCOME AWAITS YOU
Da. Clark Fobcey , Minister jlj
Pincy Bo.Do.dt Geokia AvE.MWljji
Eptarrrpal
Mrttfohial Eptaropal fltyurrlf
Headquarters—Methodist Building, 100 Maryland Ave. N.E.
Resident Bishop. Edwin Holt Hughes. D. D.. LL. D.
District Superintendent. G. Ellis Williams. D. D.
Church School in All Churches at 9:45 A.M.
DOUGLAS MEMORIAL
llth and H Rts. N.E.
Rev. Clarence H. Cork ran. Minister.
Worship. 11 A.M, and 8 P M
DUMBARTON AVENUE
3131 Dumbarton Are. N.W
Rer. W. F. Atklnaon. Mlnlater.
_Worship. 11 Alt, and 8 P.M.
ELDBROOKE
Wisconsin Are. and Hirer Rd N.W.
Rer. Walter M. Michael. Minister.
_ Worship. 11 A.M. and 8 P.M.
HAMLINE
1Atb and Allisan Sts. N.W.
Rer. H. W. Bnrrsn- D. D.. Minister.
Worship. 11 A.M. and 8 P.M._
BRADBURY HEIGHTS
Rer. Thomas B. Ehlers. Mlnlater.
Worship 11 A.M and 8 P.M
WOODSIDE
ASIA Georila Arenac.
'Silver Spring. Maryland >
Rev. R. D. Smith. Ph. !>.. Mlnlater.
Worship. 11 A.M. and 8 P.M.
RYLAND
10th and D Sis. 8.W.
Rer. K. G. Newell.
Worship. 11 A.M. and 8 P.M.
UNION
Twentieth Street. South ef Pennsyl
vania Avenue.
JOHN R, EDWARDS. D. D.. Minister.
11:00 e.m.—"The Path of Compensa
tion."
8:00 p m.—"The Challenge of tho
Crosa."
WAUGH
Third and A Street* N.E.
Allan F. Poore. Minister.
11:00 a m—“Live and Let Live.”
ft 00 p.m —“The .Gateway of Life." *
BRIGHTW00D PARK
ftth and Jefferson Sts. N.W.
Rev. S. Carroll Coale. Minister.
Worship, 11 A.M. and 8 PM.
ROSEDALE
41* Tenneeeee Avenue N.E.
REV. WM. A. HAGGERTY. D. D.
Services. 11 A.M. and 7:30 P.M.
McKENDREE x
ft!7 Mass. Ave. N.W.
Rev. Samuel E. Rose. B. D.. Minister. ^
Worship. 11 A M. and 8_P.M._
PETWORTH
N H. Ave. and Grant Circle N.W.
Rev Robert L. Wood. Minister.
Worship. 11 A.M. and 8 P M_
WESLEY
Connecticut Ave. and Jocelyn St.
Rev. J. Luther Neff. Minister.
31 00 a.m.—“The Increasing Christ."
Metropolitan Memorial
The National Church.
Nebraska and New Mexico Aves. N.W.
William Andrew Keese. Minister.
11:00 a.m.—“Jesus and Our Happl
ncss.“
TRINITY
.1th and Panna. Avf. 8.E.
Rev. Daniel L. Ennis. D. D., Minister
Worship. 11 A.M. and 8 P.M.
FOUNDRY r,Vs,
"The Church of the States”
FREDERICK BROWN HARRIS, Minister
11:00 a m.—"THE BLOSSOMS SPEAK."
K :OOp.m.—"THE SET FACE."
Eptaropal
Epiaropal
Washington Cathedral
WImbbiIb and Massachusetts Avenues
and Woodley Road
Holy Communion 7:30 and 0:30 am.
Morning Prayer and Sermon 11:00 a.m.
Preacher. Canon 8tokes.
People's Evensong and Sermon 4:00 p.m.
Preacher, the Bishop of Washington.
Cathedral Lenten Lectures follow Even
song at 4 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
Thursdays and Fridays.
CHURCH OF ST. STEPHEN
AND THE INCARNATION
Sixteenth end Newten Street, N.W.
The Bex. Paul D. Wilbnr. 8. T. B . Reeter.
Fourth Sander In Lent.
SUNDAY.
Holy Communion_7:30 e.m.
Church School _1- 8:30 a m.
Holy Communion__ . .11:00 e.m.
Bvenson* 8:00 p.m.
WEEK DAY SERVICES.
Tender.
Holy Communion 7:30 e.m.
Wednesday.
Litany and Sermon 8:00 p m.
Gueet Preacher, the Rev. Herbert
Donovan. M. A.
Thursday.
Holy Communion 10:00 a.m.
ALL SEATS FREE.
ST. ANDREWS WKSfSV'Si*
Rev. Alfred J. Wilder. 8. T. B.. Reeter
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion
8:30 a.m.—Children'* Church and
School.
11:00 a.m.—8ervlce and Sermon.
Wednesday, Canon Jone». 8 P.M.
iEjJtpIjamj
1317 G Street N.W.
REV. Z. B. PHILLIES D. D.. LL. D.
REV. RICHARD A CARTMELL. B. D.
REV. DUNCAN FRASER, B. A.
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
0:30 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon
by Dr. Phillips.
0:30 p.m.—Young People's Fellowship.
8:00 p.m.—Evening Prayer and Sermon
by the Rev. Mr. Cartmell.
SAINT JOHN’S CHURCH
16 th and H Streets
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
Preacher. Dr. Hart.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
Preacher. Dr. Hart.
8:00 p.m.—Evening Prayer and Sermon.
Preacher. Rev. Mr. White.
All Souls' Memorial Church
Cathedral and Cana. Area N.W.
Rev. H. H. D. STERRETT. Rector.
9:4.4 a.m.—Sunday School Services.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
7:30 p.m.—Young People's Club.
Monday.
4:30 p.m.—Children's Service.
Wednesday.
8:00 p.m.—Service and Address.
Friday.
4:30 p.m.—Evening Prayer.
ST. JOHN’S, GEORGETOWN
3340 O ST. N.W.
EEV. F. BLAND TUCKER. Reetor.
7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Chureh School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Ser
mon.
7:80 p.m.—Evening Prayer and Sermon.
Wedneiday—8:00 p.m.
_.Thursday—10:00 a.m.
Prldap^p3:30 and 8:00 p.m.
&atnt jRarfe’s
"ON CAPITOL HILL"
Third and A Streets Southeast
REV. WILLIAM R. MOODY, Rector
7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a m.—Church School.
Bishop Freeman will preach and
confirm a class at the eleven o'clock
service tomovrow. ,
6:30 p.m.—Young People's Fellowship,
8:00 p.m.—Evening Prayer and Sermon
by the Rector.
Rev. Hulbert A. Woolfall, rector
of St. Peter's Church, St. Louis, Mo.,
will preach at the mid-week Lenten
service, Wednesday, March 30, at
8 p.m. ■£».
Thur.. 11 a m.—Holy Communion.
Daily Services.
12 noon and 7:30 p.m . except Satg.'_.
ROCK CREEK PARISH
REV. F. J ROHANAN, D. D.
The Country Church in the City ;
ST. PAtTL’S CHURCH
Webster St. and Rock Creek Church Rd.
Services 8:30 and 11:00 a m.
HOLY COMFORTER CHAPEL
Sheridan Theater. 6217 Georgia Ave.
Ch. School. » a m. Morn. Service. 10 a.me
ST. MARGARET'S'
Conn. Arc. and Bancroft Place „
REV. HERBERT SCOTT SMITH. D. D.,
RECTOR
REV. G. BERKELEY GRIFFITH
7:3<>a.m.—Holy Communion *.■
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer. The Rector
will Preach. "A World for i
Soul. The Second Tempta
tion of Our Lord."
Lenten Servirea.
Tuesday. Wednesday and Friday After
noons at 4:30—Tuesday. Canon Everett
H Jones. Wednesday and Friday, the
Rector.
Holy Communion Every Thurs. at 11 a.mf
St. Thomas’ Church;
18th St. Bet. P nnd Q "i
Near Dupont Circle
Rev. Howard S. Wilkinson. D. D.. Raetor.
8unday. 8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 and 11:00 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon
by the Rector.
.8:00 p.m.—Brief Service, address by the
Rector. Question Period.
Tuesday at 8 p m.. Wednesday at 8 a.m,.
Thursday at 11 a.m.. Friday at 8 p.m.
Special Musical Service.
ST. JAMES’CHURCH
222 8th 8t. N.E.—Tel. Atl. 1748. ,
THE REV. A. Q. PLANK. ,
Sunday Masses. 7:30 and 11. Church
School at 9:30 a.m Vespera. 7:30 p.m.
Dally Mass. 7 a.m.: Holy Hour. Thurso
8 p.m. Confessions. 8at„ 7-9 p.m.
ST PAUL’S CHURCH
23rd Street Near Washington Clrela.
7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion.
11:00 a.m.—L 11 a n y in Procession,
Eucharist and Sermon.
8:00 p.m—Evensong and Benediction.
8T. AGNES' CHURCH.
48 Q Street N.W.
QUIET EVENING FOR MEN AND
OLDER BOYS.
Thursday. March 31st.
Opening Devotions and Meditation. 5:30
p.m. Closing Devotions at 9:15 p.m.
Supper will be served to all who make,
reservation by Tuesday night. 40e; Phone
North 2893 A cordial Invitation to alia
Conductor, the Rector. Sunday services

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