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REV. C. N. JOPE
‘What Jesus Teaches About
Money’ There Tomorrow
Morning.
At the Ninth Street Christian
Church tomorrow morning the Rev.
Clifford H. Jope will preach on “What
Jesus Teaches About Money.” The
choir will sing.
Miss Betty Wray, whose home was
in Mexico for many years, will address
the junior church at 11 in the church
house. Her subject will be “Customs
in Mexico." Melba Cornett and Robert
Clarke will also take part on this pro
gram.
The pastor will preach at 7:45 p.m
on "The Christ of Gethsemane.” The
church orchestra will play. The eighth
aermon in the Sunday evening series,
“Following the Footsteps of Jesus,”
will be illustrated.
Mrs. Eunice Bean will be the leader
of the service next Thursday evening
following the dinner. Her subject will
be "Understanding Gethsemane.” The
Scripture lesson will be read by Mrs.
Mrytle Burdette. Eumer Whitney will
be the song leader. Talks will be given
by Harry Bates. Davita Thompson.
Carl Hillman. Bill Smith and Marvel
Bmallwood. Miss Vesta Orrick will
give the interpretation of the picture
“Christ in Gethsemane.”
DR, gTe. LENSKI
ANNOUNCES TOPIC
‘The People Are Hungry’ Given
as Theme Tomorrow at Grace
Lutheran Church.
At Grace Lutheran Church tomor
row Dr. Gerhard E. Lenski will preach
at 11 a m. on "The People Are Hun
gry.” Special music will be sung by
the choir under the direction of Eric
Mees. Marion Ranberg will serve as
organist.
The Senior Luther League will meet
at 6 p.m. The top^c, "The Return to
Religion,” will be presented by Frank
Stutz. Fred Winkelman, president,
will be in charge. Supper will be
served at 7 p.m,
A meeting of the Fidelity Club will
be held in the church hall Monday at
8 p.m. Mrs. Rose Piper will entertain.
Mrs. Leon Chatelain will preside.
Midweek Lenten services are being
held throughout the Lenten season on
Wednesdays at 8 p.m. On March 30
the pastor will conduct the service
and preach. He will have for his sub
ject "Jesus and Those in Authority."
‘GREATER IGNORANCE’
IS THEME OF SERMON
Rev. Peter Marshall Will Discuss
Topic at New York Avenue
Presbyterian.
The Rev. Peter Marshall, minister
of the New York Avenue Presby
terian Church, will speak tomorrow
morning on “The Greater Ignorance,”
and at 8 p.m. on “Rejected Men.”
On Thursday evening at 8 o’clock
the prayer meeting will be in charge
of Dr. Albert Evans, associate min
ister.
The Rev. Mr. MarshaU will conduct
the first of a series of pre-Easter
communicants’ classes Saturday at
4 p.m. in the Lincoln Chapel. These
will be special studies, concluding on
Good Friday, for the benefit, pri
marily. of children in the Church
Bible School who plan to unite with
the church on Easter Sunday. All
children and young people who would
like the benefit of these discourses
are invited to attend. Subsequent
classes will be held on April 9, April
14 and April 15 .
fJoBiltu? QUjriBltanttg
National (El|urrl| of
poaitin* QHfriatianitg
Dr. G. F. Fraser, Pastor.
1726 H St. N.W.
Sunday. March 2T. 1938.
11:00 a.m.—“Strai»ht and Narrow Is
the Path and Few There
„ „„ Be That Find It.”
8:00 p.m.—"Why Jesus Spoke in
Parables.”
_ .Wednesday. March 30. 1938.
8:00 p.m.—“God. the First and Last
Cause.”
Classes on Wednesday.
ALL CLASSES FREE.

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^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 St.
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
18th and Meridian N.W.
SUBJECT:
“REiLITY”
SERVICES—
Sunday 11 A M. and 8 P.M.
_8unday School—11 A.M
WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETING—
S 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—C o 1 o r a d o
Bldg., 14th and G Sts. Hours,
9 to 9 (Wednesdays, 9 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.
a n are welcome to attend our church '
tervicet and use our reading roomt. _
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Alexandria, Va Georce Mason Hotel.
Sunday Service and Sunday School, 11 m.m.
Wednesday Service. 8 P.M.
Fifst Church of Christ Scientist
EAST FALLS CHURCH. VA.
At Little Falls Street fltation
I Sunday Services and 8unday School.
11 A.M.
Wednesday Services. 8 P.M
Readies Room In Masonic Temole
Butldlns on Lee Hishway
‘DAY OF REFRESHMENT’
Dr. Oliver J. Hart Announces
Morning Subject.
•'The Day of Refreshment” is the
subject of Dr. Oliver J. Hart's sermon
at St. John's tomorrow morning at
9:30. This sermon will be repeated
at 11 o’clock. At both of these services
the full choir of men and boys, under
the direction of Arthur Howes, or
ganist and choirmaster, will sing.
Evening prayer will be said at 8
o'clock, with sermon by the Rev. Mr.
White on "The Protestant Catholic.”
Holy communion will be celebrated at
8 a.m.
PASTOR TO DISCUSS
I
‘Christ Before Pilate’ Will Be
Rev. R. L. Wood’s Theme
Tomorrow.
At Petworth M. E. Church tomor
row evening the Rev. R. L. Wood will
give the first of two sermons on paint
ings related to the Lenten season.
The painting is ‘‘Christ Before Pilate,"
by Munkacsy. A large colored print
will be placed in the chancel and a
small copy of the painting will be
given to each person attending the,
service. The Girls’ Choir and the
Boys' Glee Club will lead the song
service.
At 11 a.m. the minister, will preach
on “The Stewardship of Mysteries."
The junior choir will sing.
The Ohio Wesleyan Singers’ Club
will present a program Monday eve
ning of secular and sacred numbers
under the direction of Prof. Rexford C.
Keller.
The Lenten service will be held
Thursday evening. The senior vested
choir will present a program of Lenten
music. The Rev. J. Milton Rogers,
pastor of St. Mark's M. E. Church,
Baltimore, will be the guest preacher.
On the evening of April 3 the min
ister will preach on "The Crucifixion,”
another painting by Munkacsy.
DR. W. H. FOULKES
TO MAKE ADDRESS
Moderator of General Assembly of
Presbyterian Church to Speak
Tomorrow.
Dr. William Hiram Foulkes, modera
tor of the General Assembly of the
Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A..
will be the guest of Presbyterians here
on Monday. He will address ministers
and laymen at the New York Avenue
Church at 11 o'clock. Ministers of
other denominations have been in
vited to this meeting. In the evening
he will be honored as guest speaker
at the Georgetown Presbyterian
Church. He will deliver the address
of the evening.
The women of Georgetown church
will receive and serve the guests at the
social with which the evening program
will close. Dr. John C. Palmer, presi
dent of the Alliance, will be master of
ceremonies. With him will be affi
liated the Rev. Henry B. Wooding, the
Rev. Peter Marshall, the Rev. J. Her
bert Gamer and the Rev. Thomas
Law Coyle.
Christian Witness League.
A meeting will be held tomorrow J
at 4 o'clock at 1322 Vermont avenue
N.W. The Rev. Arthur G. Slaght will
be the speaker. There will also be
special sacred solos. He will speak
at the Fifteenth Street Christian
Church at 8 o’clock. The prayer meet
ing will be held Monday evening at:
1829 Sixteenth street N.W.
CHURCH OF THE DIVINETRCTHTiNC.
1215 Shepherd St. N.W.
Meetings Tuesday and Thursday evenings,
s p.m Spiritual help dally. 2 to (1 except
Sundays._Pauline Evans, medium _ *
J. K. Simmons, 1341 Newton St. N.W.
Message Meetings every Thurs.. 8 P.M.
Readings by Appt._COl. 4342._
Rev. Mrs. Carol £. McKinstry
1342 Gallatin St. N.W.. at 5000
Block 14th St.
Under Authority et
The General Assembly ol Sviritualisti.
"Blessed are they that mourn, for they
shall be comforted." Matt. 5.4.
Message Meetings Tnes. and Fri. eves.,
8 p.m. Pnblic welcome. All reached.
Georgia 0503. »
LONGLEY MEMORIAL
3423 Holmead Place N.W.
Between 13th and 11th at Newton St.
Sunday, Mar. 27. at S P.M.
Lecture by Rev. D. J. Cove
Message Circle Thursday, April 21. 8 p.m.
_Apt. SI. 1424_K St. N.W. »
MBS. ZOE EGGERS.
Apt. 51. 1121 K St. N.W. DI. 1519.
Advice Daily by Appointment.
Mess. Cir. Thursday. April 21. j p.m._*
THE MARGARET SPIRITUALIST
CHURCH OF IMMORTALITY
RALEIGH HOTEL. 12th and Pa. Ave. N.W.
Rev. Mrs. Margaret R. Mandis
Guest Speaker. Mr. F. E. Sutton.
Mrs. F. E. Sutton. Guest Medium.
Sunday. 8 p.m.. Messages. Mrs. Mandia.
Mrs. Mister. Mrs. McDonald.__
MRS. ELISABETH MCDONALD.
Message Service Thurs.. 2:30 p.m.; Fri.. 8
p.m. Ant. 311. 1151 Park Rd. Col. 3391. ♦
MRS: RIZPAH ELDON
Spiritual Message Meeting, Monday 8 P.M.
Spirit Consultations daily. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
_1338 Mass. Ave. N.W. _*_
KEEL ER
Noted for Written Messages.
4111 38th St. N.W. CL. 3833
NEXT WEEK ONLY .
Unity Spiritualist Church
1328 Maaa. Ave. N.W.
Sunday at 8 P.M.
Lecture by
. . REV. HARRY P. STRACK
Spirit Greetings by Rev. Ida E. Straek.
Mr. J K. Simmons and Mrs.
.... Eleanor Thomas.
Midweek message services 600 Penna.
Ave. S.E.. Thursday at 8 p.m.
The First Spiritualist Church
.Sfrl}®!S at th* P'yehle Center.
131 C Street N.E.. Sander 8 F.H.
Lecture by the Pestor
REV. ALFRED H. TERRY
Subject:
"GHOSTLY MANIFESTATIONS."
Followed by Spirit Messetei.
READINGS FOR ALL.
Prom 5 to 8 P.M. Refreshments Served
Mrs. Eldon end Dr. Terry. •
Spiritual Scirttrg
Church
of Spiritual
Science
Dr. Z. A. Wrlrht.
Pastor.
101* nth St. N.W. (Pythian Temple)
SUNDAY SERVICE—7:30 p.m.
ADDRESS BY REV. ELLEN ROCKWOOD
MESSAGES TO ALL BY THE CLERGY.
Rev. M McFarland. Rev. P. Mansfield,
Dr. A. Frederick. Dr. Z. A. Wricht and
Rev. O. Evans.
Please Come Early and Brine a Friend
Yon Are Cordially Invited to Attend.
Seances at the home chapel. 450 N. J.
Ave. S.E.. Mon.. Wed. aad Fri. at S a.m.
Private Interviews Dally. Line. 10037. *
Dr. J. W. Rustin Announces
Other Services for
Tomorrow.
Dr. John W. Rustin, pastor of
Southern Methodism's Representative
Church, will preach tomorrow morn
ing on “God Our Refuge.” David
Manley, tenor; the choir and La
Vergne Sims Fairchild will sing. The
pastor will speak on “Building Up Re
serves” at 8 p.m.
Dr. Rustin will review the “Order
of Worship of Our Church Service,”
Francis P. Heartsill will sing. Dr. C.
C. Hung, pastor of the Chinese Com
munity Church, will speak on “The
Chinese Church and ^the Chinese
Situation” at the Wesley Fellowship
meeting of the Younger Adult De
partment at .7 p.m.
Dr. Rustin is instructing a class of
boys and girls, age 9 to 15. who will
come into membership of the church
on Palm Sunday, April 10, and this
class will meet next Saturday at the
church at 2 p.m.
PREACHING MISSION
TO BEGIN ON APRIL 3
Homer Rodeheaver Will Lead in
Singling at Albright Church
Lenten Services.
A Lenten preaching mission will be
held at Albright Memorial Evangelical
Church beginning April 3. Homer
Rodeheaver will lead the singing. At
11 o'clock tomorrow the Rev. George
E. Schnabel will preach on “Do It.”
At 7:45 p.m. the girls' choir will
give a sacred concert, directed by
Mrs. Martha Boyd MacConnell, with
Mrs. Rhea McIntyre as the accom
panist. The committees on mem
berstyp and evangelism and music
will meet Sunday at 7:15 o'clock.
On Wednesday night there will be
another series of group prayer meet
ings in five of the parish districts.
Christian Science.
"Reality” is the subject of the
lesson-sermon in all the Churches of
Christ, Scientist, tomorrow. The
gJlden text is from Psalms 125:1:
"They that trust in the Lord shall
be as Mount Zion, which cannot be
removed, but abideth for ever.”
Among the citations which comprise
the lesson-se-mon is the following
from the Bible: “Keep thy heart with
-■11 diligence; for out of it are the
Issues of life” (Proverbs. 4:23).
jRuafiian (0rll|o6flx_
RUSSIAN ORTHODOX
ST. NICHOLAS CHURCH
lTflfi CHURCH 6T. N.W.
REV. J. T. DOROSH.
SUNDAY SERVICE. 11:00 A.M._•_
JFrtrn&B
FRIENDS MEETING (ORTHODOX!
13th and Irving Street! N.W
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School.
1J s.m.—Meeting lor Worship. All welcome.
f riends Meeting of Washington.
(Established 19.30—3111 Florida Ave.)
Meeting for Worship First Day (Sunday)
at 11 a.m Sunday School 9:45 a.m. All
Interested are welcome.
iCutlfrratt
Worship in This Charming Stone Church
CHRIST LUTHERAN
(MISSOURI SYNOD)
16th and Gallatin Sts. N.W.
REV. J. FREDERIC WEKCHEL. Pastor.
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Sermon on “Is Bread the
Supreme Question of the
Hour?”
Thursday—8:00 p.m.. Lenten Service.
INCARNATION- GALLATINNIN.W.
(Maryland Synod. United Lutheran Chureh!
Worship 11 am.. S. S 9:45 L. L.. 7:00.
Wednesday—Lenten Vespers. 9:00 P.M.
TAKOMA
Seventh and Dahlia Sts. N.W.
(Three Blocks East ol Walter Reed.)
The Rev. J. Adrian Pfeiffer. Pastor.
Morning Worship at 11 a.m.. S. B. at 9:45
ST. MARK’S LUTHERAN
8th and Independence Ave. 8.W. *
Rev. J. Luther Frantz, Pastor.
11:00 a.m.—“Jesus and His Friends."
9:46 a.m.—S. 8. p.m.—L. League.
Wed.. 8 p.m.—Midweek Lenten Service.
Trinity
MISSOURI SYNOD
4th and E Sts. N.W.
REV. HUGO M. HENNIG,
Rev. C. Stuebe, Assistant
8:30a.m.—German Service.
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—English Service, “Slave or j
Free?”
&ptrilualt0l
Psychic Science Church of Christ
13*9 Irving St. N.W.
REV. G. D. KLINEFELTER, Pastor.
8unday. 8 p.m.—Messages after Lecture.
MESSAGE SEANCE EVERT WED. S P.M.
Dr. Klinefelter Gives Advice by APPOINT
MENT. Phone Adams 4977._ •
MYSTIC CHURCH OF CHRIST
Services Sunday and Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Healing and Consultation dally 12 to 6
p.m Healing each meeting 7 to 8 p.m.
DR. F. L. DONCELL. Teaeher.
1342 R. I, Ave. N.W. »
Fraternal Spiritualist Church
1329 N St. N.W.
REV. OTTO PENTER. Pastor
Lecture Sunday. 8 P.M.
« "INFINITY"
By the Pastor.
Other Meetings Tues., 2:30;
Wed.. 8 P.M.
SPECIAL LECTURE. "MEDIUMSHIP
AND ITS LAWS.'1
Thurs., 8 P.M.
Messages Given at Each Service.
ALL WELCOME.
Private Advice by Appt. Dupont 4801.
Christian Reincarnation
DR. H. HAMIB-BURR, Leader
World-Known Spiritual Healer
World-Record Psychic Signatures.
Service Sunday. 7:30 p.m.
FIRST TIME IN WASHINGTON
Startling Proofs of Psychic
Communications (Press Invited).
Lecture
“PSYCHIC ROMANCE”
Pull Messages to All
Spiritual Consultations. Healing. Daily
Psychic Development Classes.
717 Eleventh Street N.W. MEtro. 31*9.
Two Doors From Palais Royal. *
The Church of
Two Worlds
INCORPORATED
Hotel Continental
Facing Capitol Plaza
Rev. H. Gordon Burroughs
Minister
Sunday, 8 p.m.. Address by the Minister
Subject:
“Restitution and
Forgiveness”
Wednesday, 8 p.m., Message Service
LENTEN SPEAKER
| ' __________________
Canon Jones to Deliver Sermon
in St. Andrew’s Church.
Canon Jones, chancellor of Wash
ington Cathedral, will be the special
Lenten preacher next Wednesday at
8 p.m. at St. Andrew's Episcopal
Church.
Dr. A. J. Wilder, the rector, will
preach at 11 a.m. on "Christ and the
Hungry Men.” Holy communion, 8
a.m.; children’s church, 9:30 a.m.;
Young People’s Fellowship, 4 to 6 p.m.;
holy communion, Thursday, 11 a.m.
dr. gTgTjohnson
ANNOUNCES TOPIC
‘A Glorious Victory and Its Secret’
Is Subject of Morning
Sermon.
Dr. Gove Griffith Johnson, pastor
of the National Baptist Memorial
Church, will preach tomorrow at 11
a.m. on "A Glorious Victory and
Its Secret.” The Rev. A. Lincoln
Smith will preach at 8 p.m. the third
In the series of Bible messages on
the American home, his theme being
"The Gambling Craze and the Chris
tian Home."
The Mizpah Class for women will
have a business meeting and social
Tuesday evening. »
The Magoffin Club will have dinner
at the church Wednesday at 6, with
a program following. Representative
John M. Robsion of Kentucky will
make the address.
The pastor's class for boys and girls
meets at the church Thursday at 7,
as does also the assistant pastor’s
class in leadership training. The Board
of Deaconesses meets at 7 on Thurs
day. The covenant meeting will be ob
served in the midweek service at 8.
The Standing Committee meets at
the church Friday at 7:30.
-
Christian Reincarnation.
Services will be held tomorrow at
7:30 p.m. at 717 Eleventh street N.W.
Dr. Hamid Burr will deliver a lecture
on "Psychic Romance." Miss Mar
guerite Beighton of the American
Dickens League, will give a selection
of poems from well-known authors.
Divine Science.
“Miracles’’ will be given their
Divine Science meaning by the Rev.
G. L. Patch tomorrow at 11 a.m. at
the Grafton Hotel and Thursday at ;
8 p.m.. "Jesus Principles of Living."
Uutljrran
ST. MATTHEW’S LUTHERAN
Kentucky Ave. at 13th St. S.E.
Rev. Theo P. Fricke.
0:30 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 am.—“The Victory Before the
Battle."
Wcdnesday. s:oo p m.—Lenten Service.
<Srew*|
IjrfWrai <H)urrtj j
IftSri Yirmim StKV fi
CnuM s. iiiuia, Pa*toi.,'«j‘—
P 45 a m.—Church School. Classes for All
11:00 a.m.—“The People Are Hungry!"
Sermon by Pastor.
0:00 p.m.—Senior Luther League. Supper
at ? p.m.
Wednesday. March 30. R p.m. Lenten
Service. “Jesus and Those in Authority."
_We Welcome All Visitors
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.
Sunday School and Bible Study at 9.45.
ST. PAUL’S
Conn. A»*. and Everett St.
REV. HENRY W. SNYDER. D. D.
Pad or
P:30 a m.—Sunday School.
11:00 am.—Sermon: “The Choice of
the Mob—Folly.”
S:00p.m.—Sermon: “No Eaeape.”
Atonement . Lutheran
Rhode Island flm N. Capitol
Ave. ;ltln| St.
OUR OBJECTIVE
HOWARD E. SNYDER, PASTOR
Sunday School -9:40 a.m.
Morning Service _„11:00 a.m.
Luther League_7:00 p.m.
Vespers _8:00 p.m.
LUTHER PLACE
Memorial Church
At Thomea Circle
11 O'clock Service—
"GREAT IMPERATIVES—TRUST!”
Dr. Carl C. Rasmussen. Paster
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School.
6.00 p.m.—Intermediate Luther
League.
7:00 p.m.—Senior Luther League.
7:50 p.m.—Thursday. Midweek
8ervice.
"OUR CHRISTIAN LIBERTY—
ITS CODE.”
Dr. Carl C. Rasmussen.
Keller Memorial
Lutheran Church
Maryland Avenue and Ninth St. N.E.
Key. J. Harold Mumper. S. T. M„ Paator
Bible School. _9:30 A.M.
Morning Worship -.11:00 A.M.
Subject:
"The Choice of o Politician"
Evening Worship_7:45 P.M.
Subject: "Barabbat and Jeiut"
Young People's Societies at
6:45 P.M.
Mid-week Lenten Service,
Thursday 8 P.M.
The Homelike Church
Church
of the
Reformation
Opposite Falser Shiktipnn Library
212 East Capitol Street
Dr. Osear F. Blaekwelder. Pastor.
Dr. John Weldley. Pastor Emeritus
Bey. Ralph W. Loew. Assistant Paster.
8:30 a.m.—Matin Service. Sermon,
"The Jaundice of Prej
udice.’’ Rev. Loew.
8:30 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. Ser
mon. "How to Knew God."
Dr. Blaekwelder.
6:46 p.m.—Four Luther Leagues.
8:00 p.m.—The Augustana College
Choir.
'» The Public is Cordially Invited.
Dr. Clinchy Will Preach
Next of Lenten Series
Tomorrow.
“The Divine Whisper” (the Holy
Spirit) is the subject of Dr. Russell J.
Clinchy, minister of the Mount Pleas
ant Congregational Church, tomorrow
in the Lenten series, “Modern Mean
ings for the Old Faith.” In the adult
discussion group at 10 o’clock former
Representative Jeanette Rankijn will
speak on “Public Opinion and Peace.”
The Fbrum, the Discussion Group
and the Twenty-Forty Club will have
a union meeting Sunday night. Sup
per will be served at 6:30 o’clock and
all young people, especially strangers,
are invited. At 7 o'clock there will be
a worship service, followed at 7:15 by
a discussion, led by Dr. Clinchy, on
“Religious Questions of Youth.”
Features of the adult school of re
ligion on Thursday evening, following
the vesper meditation and church
night supper, will be the review of Eve
Curie's book, "Mme. Curie,” together
with a discussion of its religious and
social significance, by Miss Elizabeth
Pomeroy, and a presentation of “Three
Views of Collective Security” by Dr.
Arthur Deerin Call in the series “The
Church and World Peace." Dr. L. R.
Alderman will be the assembly speaker
at 8 o'clock, his subject being “The
Meaning of Adult Education.”
_tog_
Society of Washington, D. C.
1326 Eye Street N.W. Met. 1889.
Rev. George F. Sheldon, Leader
Bandar—9:45. Sunday School; 11:00, Lec
ture; 0:45. Good Words Club; 8:00.
Evenlna Service.
Classes—TUes . 2:HO and 8:00: Wed . 8:00:
Thurs., 5:00. Unity literature for sale.
UNITY CIRCLE
1703 K St. N.W.
DEAN FRANKLIN, Leader
Sundays, 10 and 11 a.m.; Fridays. 8 p.m.
NEW COLONIAL HOTEL
Authorized Washington Center
MARGARET ANN FELDT. Psitor.
Sunday. 11:00 a m.
“Did Jesus Approve of Ritual?’*
Wednesday. 8:00 p.m.
“Forcive Is Our Trespasses.'*
Phone District 3136. •
Httitrb $rfflbgtman
WALLACE
MEMORIAL
New Hampshire Ave.
& Randolph St. N.W.
C. E. Hawthorne, 0. D., Minister
11 a m.—"Hearing His Voice."
8 p m.—Rev. W. C. Christy, Guest
Speaker.
$rffibyt*rtan
SHERWOOD
Rhode Island Ave. at 22nd St. N.E.
THOMAS LAW COYLE, Minister
3 Church Services
Each Sunday at
9 AM 11 AM and 8 PM.
Sunday School at 9:46.
EASTERN
Md. Ave. A Sixth St. N.E.
Alfred E. Barrows, D. D., Pastor
11:110 a.m.—“Seekinr the Good.”
9:30 a m.—Bible School.
7:45 p.m.—"The Master of Men."
VESTED CHORUS.
WESTERN
1906 H St. N.W.
Rev. J. Harvey Dunham, D. D.,
Minister
9:30 a.m.—The Church 8chool.
11:00 a m.—"Too Much Else to Do.” •
7:00 p m—The Youns People's Hour.
GEORGETOWN
(Founded 1780)
P Street near 31st Street N.W.
REV. ROBERT M. SKINNER. Minister.
9:45 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship and Ser
mon.
“SALVATION—IN PRACTICAL TERMS.’’
5:30 p.m.—Junior C. E.
6:45 pm.—Intermediate and Senior
C E
7:30 p.m.—Bi-we«kly Discussion Group.
GUNTON-TEMPLE MEMORIAL
10th and Newton Sts.
Rev. Bernard Broskamp, D. D„ Minister
9:45 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Sermon by Dr. Braskamp.
Lenten Season Message.
6:45 p.m.—Young People's Meeting.
Thursday. 8 p.m.—Prayer Meeting.
CHEVY CHASE
Chevy Chase Circle
Dr. J. Hillman Hollister. Minister.
9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. and 12 noon—
Church School.
9:45 a.m.—The Clyde Kelly Bible Class.
3 1:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. “We."
DR. FRANK STEELMAN
' ANNOUNCES SUBJECTS
Dr. Frank Steelman, minister of the
Calvary M. E. Church, will preach
tomorrow at 11 o’clock on "The Full
Gospel” and at 8 p.m. on "The Man
Who Miscalculated." The senior choir
will sing at the morning service and
the young people’s choir at 8 o’clock.
Official board night will be observed,
with A. Rea Williams giving the eve
ning prayer and Dr. H. L. Dryden
reading the Scripture lesson.
Miss Helen Loomis, recently re
turned from China, where she was sec
retary to the president of Gingling
College, will speak at the Young Peo
ple’s League at 7 p.m. Mrs. Fulton
Stretton will be in charge of the
service. The midweek Lenten service
will be held Thursday at 8 o’clock,
with Dr. D. L. Ennis, pastor of the
Trinity M. E. Church, as guest speaker.
The C. Y. W. Class, Mrs. T. A. New
ton, teacher, will hold its annual
banquet Wednesday at 6:30 at the
church. Motion pictures of the coro
nation will be shown.
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(SWEDENBORGIAN.)
CHURCH or THE HOLT CITT
Iflth Above Q N.W.
p.:4j>—8. 8. 10:00—Arcane Class,
ll .oo a m.—Worship. Sermon by tne Pastor
8:00 p.m.—Discussion Meeting.
_Pastor. Rev. Paul Sperry._
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MEMORIAL CHURCH
Cor. mth and 8 Sts. N.W.
Rev. Frederic W. Perkins. D. D.
10:00—Church School and Adult Forum.
11:00—Service of Worship.
“THE FRIENDLY WAY”
National Capita! Choir
Jessie Masters. Director
_H. JeromeGraham,_Orranfst._
Stuittp g>rtpnrp
First Divine Science Church
Grafton Hotel. Conn. Are. at De Sales
11:00 a.m.—“Miracles.”
Thurs., 8 p.m.—"Jesas* Principles of
Livlnr.”
Her. G. L. Patch. Minister.
CENTRAL^PRESBYTERIAN
Southern General Assembly
16th and Irving Sts. N.W.
Rev. James H. Taylor, D. D., Pastor
0:30 s.m.—Sunday School.
ll:OOa.m.—Sermon by DR. TAYLOR.
8:00 p m —Westminster League.
7:00 p.m.—Christian Endeavor.
8.00 p.m.—Sermon by Dr. Taylor.
Church of the Pilgrims
On the Parkway at
22nd and P 8t«. N.W.
Gift of the Presbyterian! of the
South to the Nation's Capital.
Rot. Andrew R. Bird. D. D.. Minister.
Dirine Worship. It a.m. and 7:4A p.m.
FOURTH
PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
13th and Fairmont SU. N.W.
James H. Miers, Minister
11:00 a m —"The Valce of the
Thieves.”
Broadcast Over WOL at 11:30 A M.
8:00 p.m.—"History Moves on to
Prophetic Fulfillment.'’
Monthly Prophetic Study.
Q1YTU Sixteenth and
OLA. I n Kennedy St*. N.W.
J. HERBERT GARNER, Minister.
11:00 A.M.
“When Jesus Saw”
7 P.M.
Yount People’* Service.
Mr. Roberts. Asheville Farm*.
Sunday School. 9:30 Y. P.. 7.
COVENANT.
FIRST
Connecticut Art. at 18th St N
St.. N.W.
Ministers:
Albert Joteph McCartney, D. D.
John F. B. Carrnthers, D. D.
Rev. Irving W. Ketchnm
fPeck Chapel.)
11:00 am—Morning Worship. Con
tinuing the sermon series on the
Ten Commandments. VI. "The
Younger Generation to the Older.”
(The Fifth Commandment.)
Dr. McCartney preaching.
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School.
6:00 p.m.—Young People's Tea.
7:00 p.m.—Group Meeting.
NEW YORK
AVENUE CHURCH
13th and H and N. Y. Ave.
Ministers
PETER MARSHALL ALBERT EVANS
9:30 a.m.—Church Bible School.
11:00 a m —"THE GREATER IG
NORANCE.”
6:45 p.m.—Christian Endeavor So
ciety.
8:00 p.m.—"REJECTED MEN.”
NATIONAL OPEN PARISH HOUR
(WashinrtoiTs Non-Sectarian Public Asfttmbly)
7:30—DOORS OPEN—7:30
SUNDAY—MARCH 27—SUNDAY
8:00—MUSIC—8:00
8:15—"Pastor Niemoller and German Christianity’’—8:15
DR. WILLIAM E. DODD
(Recent American Ambassador to Germany)
Pariah Announcementa
9:00—READINGS FROM PILGRIMAGE PLAY—9:00
REGINALD POLE
^,e CTiristus of the Play and its First Director
(a) GETHSEMANE (b> LAST SUPPER
LENTEN PRAYER AND BENEDICTION
DR. ALBERT JOSEPH McCARTNEY
RECESSIONAL MUSIC
PARISH HYMN, “ONWARD CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS”
NATIONAL OPEN PARISH ADMINISTRATION
HONORARY CHAIRMAN—DR. ALBERT J. McCARTNEY
_ Chr. Committee on Religion in the Nation's Capital
CHAIRMAN AND PRESIDING OFFICER, DR. WM. S. CULBERTSON
(Sometime Ambassador to Chile)
VICE CHAIRMAN, MRS. WILSON COMPTON
(First Vice President Y. W, C. A. Board)
TREASURER AND FINANCE CHAIRMAN. MR. CHARLES DELMAR
(Lincoln Service Corporation)
SECRETARY OF THE BOARD, DR. HARRY C. DAVIS
(Secreary Board of Trustees George Washington University)
CHAPLAIN AND DIRECTOR. DR. JOHN H. B. CARRUTHERS
„ (Pasadena American Legion—Visiting Minister Covenant-First Church)
SECRETARY OF THE PARISH. MRS. PENNELL CHURCHMAN KIRKBRIDE
(Member Board Opportunity House)
THE NATIONAL OPEN PARISH
Wat lauded to emphasise the indispensable place of religion In Amerieu civilisa
tion and to safeguard the freedom of the ehurehes today.
Office Telephone, Diet. 3662
COVENANT-FIRST CHURCH
(Host To The Parish)
_CONN. AND 18th
APRIL 3, WOOSTER COLLEGE GLEE CLUB AND DR.
WILLIAM E. DODD, Jr., ON GERMAN YOUTH AND RELIGION.
__For Everyone of Every Faith from Everywhere
‘INVINCIBLE FAITH’
Dr. Miller to Preach Tomorrow at
National City Christian.
"An Invincible Faith” will be the
topic of Dr. Raphael Harwood Miller,
minister of the National City Chris
tian Church, tomorrow morning. In
the evening he will preach on "The
One Question the World Asks of
Christ.”
On Thursday at the church dinner
program, Dr. Carl Rasmussen, pastor
of the Luther Place Memorial Church,
will be the guest speaker. He will use
a Lenten devotional topic on yrep
aration for Easter.
THE SEVEN WORLDS
OF BEING
(A Stereopticon Lecture.)
James W. McGuire
_ Sunday. March 27, 8 P.M.
Sun.. 8:80 P.M.—Christian Mystic Class.
Monday. 8 p.m.—Astrology.
Fri.. 7 and 8:15 P.M.—Axiomatic Classes.
WASHINGTON LODGE T.S.
1216 H St. N.W._
Sunday. March 27. at 8:1.% P M.
“Power of Thought”
Questions Invited.
Wednesdays at 8:J5 p.m.—Study Class.
Library open Sunday and Wed.. 7:30s
Sat.. 1:30 to 4.
United Lodge of TheotophitU
Hill Bldf.. 17th and Eye St... N.W.
No Dues. Fees or Collections.
SELF-REALIZATION
FELLOWSHIP
BRAHMACHARI
JOT IN OF INDIA.
“Subjective Freedom”
M»reh *7. IB38. S P.M.
1788 COLOMBIA RD. N.W.
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CHRISTIAN
National (ftttg
THOMAS CIRCLE
DR. RAPHAEL H. MILLER.
REV. IVAN H. DL'GAN,
Ministers.
9:15 a.m.—Church School.
10:50 a.m.—“An Invincible Faith.'*
7.45 p.m.—"The One Question the
World Asks of Christ.”
Dr. Miller Preaching Both Services.
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9th & D Sts. N.E.
CLIFFORD H. JOPE, Minister
WM. GEO. ORAM, Assistant
8 30 a.m.—Bible School.
11:00 a.m.—“What Jesus Teaches
About Money.”
7:45 t m.—“The Christ of Geth
semane."
Dr. Charles Whitney Gilkey
Dean, Rockefeller Chapel, Uni.
of Chicago. Noted as preach
er, author and educator
First Speaker in
Union Lenten Series
Co-operating ( Ca Ivory Baptist Church
\ First Congregational Church
Chur, hex (Mt. Vernon PI. M. E„ So., Ch.
NOONS IN FIRST
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Tenth and G Streets N.W.
12:15-12:50 o'clock
Monday through Friday
OR. GILKEY
NIGHTS IN CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Elehth and H Streets N.W.
at 8 o'clock
Dr. Gilkey speaks again, Monday through Friday
Dr. Gilkey s subjects for the week:
Noons at 12:15 Nights at 8:00
10th and G Sts. N.W. 8th and H Sts. N.W.
Monday: "Bethany ond Jerusalem" 'Taking Our Bearings"
Tuesday: "Learning From the Post" "Lighter But Stronger Faith"
Wednesday: 'Sharing the Load" Dr. Frederick Brown Harris
Thursday: "Revising Our Expectations" "When God Visited You"
Friday: "Trusting in God" "Hopes Transcended"
The public is cordially urged to attend these services. Bishop
Paul B. hern will speak the week of April 4-H. President Albert
W'. Palmer will speak Holy Week, April 11-15.
IBaptint
IBajrtiet
CENTENNIAL
7th and 1 Streets N'.E.
Wilson Holder,
Pastor.
9:30 a.m.—Bible School.
11:00 a.m.—"Offending the Spirit.”
6:45 pjn.—B. T. U.
8:00 p.m.—"Before Adam What?”
i Baptism.)
Thursday Eve. at 8 p.m.—Prayer
and Bible study.
Radio, “God’s Quarter Hour,” WOL,
Sunday, 8:30 a.m.
Prayer for the Sick at Every Service.
CHEVY CHASE
Western Are. W. of Circle.
Rev. Edward O Clark. Pastor.
1 1 :0O a.m.—“How to Love God.”
8:OOp.m.—Facinr Life Todav. *>—
“Facinr Realitv.*’
Maryland Avenue
14th and Md. Ave. N.E.
W. A. Emmans. Pastor
Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.
B. Y. P. U.. 7 p.m.
11:00 A.M.—
"Christ and Answered Prayer”
8:00 P.M.—
“What Does Christ’s Resurrection
Mean to You?”
w« f SKF-*
Christ \ Coming Again.
SECOND
ltth and East Canltot Sta.
Rev. H. M. B. Jones. D. D., Pastor.
9:5n a m.—Bible School.
11:00 a.m.—"Children of Light.”
0:45 p.m.—B Y. P. U
8:00 p m.—"Our Redeemer.
T A YAU A Finer Branch Road
1 AIvUM A A Aspen St. N.W.
11:00 a.m.—"The Life Worthwhile.”
T:45p.m.—"Ye Most Be Born Again."
William E. La Rue. Pastor.
KENDALL 9,h N"rs ,wd'B- A”
Len Franklin Stevens, Minister.
9:40 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—"The Basis of Evangelism.”
8:00 p m.—“Seeking the Lost.’'
Prayer Service. 8 p.m.. Thursday.
VAUGHN CLASS
Fer Men
Calvary Baptist Church
Sth and H Sts. N.W.
Sunday—9:30' A .M.
Pioneer Adult Clatt of tho V. S.
Come and Enjoy Our Fellowship
METROPOLITAN
Sixth and A Sts. NX.
John Compton Boll. D. D.. Factor.
* Morning at Eleven
CONTINUING PRE-EASTER
SERVICES
“Walking With Jesus”
Evening at Seven Forty-flv*
“The Need for Fitness
in Life Today”
0 70—Church Bible 8chool. R:4ft—Pour
Societies of Youne People 7 4ft p m —
Spirited Sons Service and Short Spiritual
Sermon
7:1ft P.M.—NOTE THE HOUR—7:4ft P.M.
IF LATE CALL A TAXI.
E7H7TU E Npar ,th s w
r IF I IT Dr. J. E. Briggs. Paster
11 no a m—Weights and Wings.”
1:45 p.m.—“The Gambling Mania and
the Numbers Racket.''
Irish Sweepstakes Tickets exhibited. “A
fool and his money is soon parted ”
S S 0:30 a m.—Dr. Briggs will teach
the Berea Class and Deacon Tune the
Philatheas Co-operative pre-Easter
meetings next week. Services at our
church Friday night.
The Choir will present a play "Hl
Times in Judge Sapps Court.” Tuesday.
8 pm.
S. S. Council Wed. night. Welcome.
DCTTVADTUfth and Randolph Sta.
I L 1 TT UI\ 1 al Rev. Henry J. Smith.
11:00 a m — JOASH CHEST.
Sermon: "The Leverage of Nature.’*
8:00 p m—Sermon and Song Service.
"I'nexpeeted Fulfillment.”
0:30 a m—S. S Classes for All.
0:45 a m.—Yaden Bible Class for Men
grace”
Oth and South Carolina Ave. S.E.
PASTOR. F. W. JOHNSON.
0:30 a m:—Bible School. Classes for All.
ATTENTION:
Mr. C. E. S. Ridgeway of
Eastern Theological Seminary.
Philadelphia. Pa.
Will Preach at 11 and T:tB.
B Y. P U at 0:45 p m
Prayer Meeting Thursday at 8 pm.
HIGHLANDS CHURCH
Fourteenth Street at Jefferson.
NEWTON MERCER SIMMONDS. Pastor.
9:30 a m.—Church School.
II no a m—“The Witness of the Crow.”
8:00 p.m.—“Listening.’*
WEST WASHINGTON
31st and N Street* N.W.
CHARLES B. AUSTIN. Pastor
11:00 a m.—“I Am Ready.*'
8.00 p.m.—“Aife on Top of the World.
TEMPLE
MINISTER. RANDOLPH L. GREGORY.
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a m.—Guest Speaker. Mr. Daniel
Fowler.
8:00 p.m.—“Peace With God.*#
8th and H Sts. N.W.
W. S. ABERNETHY, Minister.
11 a m.—"THE DYNAMIC OF THE CROSS,”
Dr. Abemethy.
8 p.m.—"RELIGION AS REFUGE AND CHALLENGE.”
Dean Chas. W. Gilkey.
Dr. Gilkey will preach each evening at 8 o’clock, Monday to Friday in
clusive, except Wednesday evening, when Dr. F. B. Harris will preach.
9:30—Sunday School. 11:00—Junior Church.
5, 6 and 8:45—Young People’s Groups.
Rational ^Baptist jMeniorial
16th and Columbia Road N.W.
Gove G. Johnson, Pastor. A. Lincoln Smith, Assistant Pastor.
EVERY MEMBER DAY
11 a m —“A GLORIOUS VICTORY AND ITS SECRET.”
(The Uplifted Cross.)
8 p.m.—“THE GAMBLING CRAZE AND THE CHRISTIAN HOME.”
Third In Series on the Home.
Bible School—9:30. B. Y. P. U—8:45.
Mid-week Service, Thursday, 8 p.m.
ni VUI 1 A am >• I. At*, and 2nd St. N.W. M. P. GERMAN. MinlltU.
nr. I MAIN Y non *m,—“Whnt Do We Cnre Aboot Ton?”
» 8:00 p.m —"Stmndln* by the Croi* *
The Steveneen Bible Clue Invitee Ton to Hear
SENATOR M. M. LOGAN, an Enrneit Exnesitlon of Bible Troth*.
F| n f T 16th and 0 Streets N.W.
I IV wr I Edward Hughes Pruden, Pastor
11 a m.—"How Large I* Your Religion?”
8 p.m.—"What Do Yon Believe About the Bible?” (In Series on “FRANK
ANSWERS TO FREQUENT QUESTIONS.”)
Come to Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; B. Y. P. U., 8:45 pjn.
Swedish Services, S:30 p.m., Dr. K. E. Carlson.

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