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GRACE LUTHERAN
SERVICE LISTED
Preparation for Pentecost
Will Be Keynote of
Rites Tomorrow.
Services tomorrow at Grace Lu
theran Church will be preparatory for
the coming of Pentecost. Dr. Ger
hard E. Lenski will preach at 11 a.m.
on ‘‘Hidden Resources to Refresh the
Spirit of the Christian Man.” The
choir will sing special music.
At 6 p.m. the Junior Luther League
. Will meet. Edward Beasley, president,
will conduct the meeting. George
Wolford will speak on ‘‘Other Coun
tries and Other People.” Valerie Pop
ham and Peggy O'Connor will be
hostesses for the social and supper.
Members of the Senior League are
rehearsing for their annual spring
play to be given in the church hall
May 20, 8 p.m. Harry Crow Is direct
ing. The cast is composed of Ralph
Barrett, Eleanor Hoffmann, Adelia
Ulllehaug, Francis Baker, Charles
Ruppert, Shirley Ruppert, Daphne
Brandt.
Members of the Women’s Mission
ary Conference will hold their an
nual gathering In Trinity Lutheran
Church, Joppa, Md., of which the Rev.
William Austin is pastor, on May 18.
CHAPLAIN OF HOUSE
TO DELIVER SERMON
Dr. James Shera Montgomery to
Preach at Metropolitan
Baptist Church.
At the Metropolitan Baptist Church,
!n absence of Dr. John Compton Ball,'
who is attending the Southern Bap
tist Convention at Richmond, Va.,
Dr. James Shera Montgomery, chap
lain of the House of Representatives,
will preach tomorrow morning on
“The Quest for Security," and in the
evening on ‘‘The Things Excellent.”
The training services for the young
people are held at 6:30 p.m. The
B. A. U. will be led by Lloyd Parker,
subject, ‘‘Upheld by Faith in the
Gospel.” The ‘‘Thru-the-Bible” Class
meets Tuesday at 7 o’clock.
The Bible School Conference will be
held Wednesday evening. Mrs. Wil
liam Hasker will speak on ‘‘March of
the Nations Through Our Sunday
School.” The mid-week prayer serv
ice will be held Thursday evening, led
by the pastor.
The Live Wire Bible Class will hold
religious services at the Central
m Union Mission. 613 C street N.W., Fri
day at 8 o’clock.
SPEAKING CONTEST
Winchester Event Tomorrow Is
Sponsored by Catholic Crusade.
WINCHESTER, Va„ May 14 OP).—
Representatives of a number of
churches in the Shenandoah Valley
district will compete here tomorrow
in a public speaking contest spon
sored by the Catholic Students’ Mis
sion Crusade.
The winner will be eligible to com
pete in the State-wide contest to be
held in connection with the Crusaders’
State convention in Norfolk, June
12-14.
Christian Endeavor.
District Union Board will meet
Monday evening at Federation Build
ing. The union will present a
A "Pageant of Brides” at Eastern Pres
byterian Church, Tuesday, 8 p.m.
New York Avenue Presbyterian will
give a program at Blue Plains, Wednes
day evening. Mrs. Gill will give an
illustrated lecture on the west.
Wallace Memorial U. P. senior’s
topic tomorrow evening will be, “A
singing Religion.” Ruth Howe wiU
lead.
Eastern Presbyterian seniors will
have a missionary meeting, led by
Vivian Smelser, on ‘‘Shall We Re
treat or Go Forward?” Juniors will
discuss “What Shall We Do With Our
Money?” Miss Elliott will lead.
Intermediate Union Board will meet
tomorrow at 3:30 pm. at 1511 Trin
idad avenue N.E.
Keller Memorial intermediates will
be led by Elwood Moleland. Topic.
"An Evening With Our Favorite
Hymns.”
Sixth Presbyterian will have a party
tonight in Kensington cabin. Tomor
row’s topic, “Different Sects and Re
ligion.” Jane Del Vecchio will lead.
Ninth Street Christian will be led
& by Ronald Reese. Friday evening the
group will go to Glen Echo.
National City Christian will discuss
"Propaganda.” Miss Perkins, advisor,
will lead.
Garden Memorial's meeting will be
in charge of the Vesper Club. Ted
Kimble will lead a missionary meeting.
Tonight the group will have a wiener
roast at Fort Dupont.
Chevy Chase Baptists’ topic: "How
Can I Know More of the Christian
Life by Studying the Bible?”
Columbia Heights Christian with
m Marjory Ann Sanders leading will dis
cuss "Keeping Our Friendships Chris
tian.”
Albright Evangelical senior inter
mediates will meet tonight. Tomorrow
their topic will be “Choosing a Voca
tion.” Stewart Maida will lead. Junior
Intermediates will discuss "Why Pray ”
Buster Poole will lead.
Gun ton Temple Presbyterian with
Joy Klingle leading will discuss "Why
Pray?”
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urday!
Activities in Washington Churches
| Baptist.
Wisconsin Avenue.
The Rev. C. R. Ferguson will preach
at the 11 o'clock service on "Bible
Gold Digging,” and at 8 p.m. on "Who
Is Your Shepherd?” “Life on Wings”
will be the topic for the prayer service
Thursday evening.
Takoma Park.
The Rev. William E. La Rue will
speak tomorrow morning on "The
Secular Appeal” Music by the senior
choir. In the evening he will again
speak on “How to Please God,” from
a great Old Testament text selected
by one of the Presidents when taking
his oath of office.
Mount Bethel (Colored).
Dr. K. W. Roy will preach tomorrow
at 11 a.m. on "Junking the Sabbath
Day”; 8 p.m., preaching; Tuesday
night, prayer meeting; Thursday,
young folks’ meeting.
Capital View (Colored).
The Rev. J. Clarke Griffin will have
for his subject tomorrow morning
"Come in Ourt of the Rain.” The
‘Come in Out of the Rain.” The
evening service will be held at 8
o’clock.
Second (Colored).
Dr. J. L. S. Halloman will preach
tomorrow at 11 a.m. on “Permanent
Possessions.” The Rev. G. A. Taylor
will preach in the evening.
Vermont Avenue (Colored).
At 11 a.m. Dr. Richard H. Hill ot
Howard University will be the quest
preacher. At 11:20 a.m. the Rev. T.
Ewell Hopkins, director of the Junior
Church, will preach. At 8 pm. the
pastor will preach on "The Great Day
of His Wrath.”
On Thursday at 8 pm. a religious
pageant, “In the Garden,” will be
presented, featumlg Prof. Cox with
his musical saw and other musical
talent. On May 23 at 8 p.m. there
will be a religious photoplay, “The
Life of Christ.”
Friendship (Colored).
"The Voice of God” wiU be the
subject of the Rev. William Weaver,
assistant pastor, Sunday at 11 am.
Holy communion at 3 p.m. Minor
Melody Chorus at 8 pm. A baby rally,
sponsored by the ministers’ wives, will
be held May 16 at 8 pm.
Liberty (Colored).
The Hutradena Club, composed of
World War veterans who received
their initial training at Howard Uni
versity, later serving In combat unit
In Prance, will hold Its annual me
morial service tomorrow at 8 pm.
Pilgrim (Colored).
The Rev. John S. Miller will preach
tomorrow at 11 am. The Lord’s
Supper will be celebrated and new
members received at 3 pm. The
B. Y. P. u. Society will render a
program at 8 pm. The Rev. Mr.
Miller will preach at the Rehoboth
Baptist Church Monday at 8 pm.
The Pilgrim Church will join with
the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church
in celebrating its anniversary and the
anniversary of its pastor Thursday at
8 p.m. The Rev. Mr. Miller will de
liver the sermon and the senior choir
will sing.
Thlfd (Colored).
Dr George O. Bullock’s topic at 11
a.m. 1s “Self-Denial Today for Some
thing Better Tomorrow.” Holy Com
munion and receiving new members
will follow the morning service. At
8 pm. his topic is “Something Accom
plished by Faith.”
Zion Southwest (Colored).
The Rev. A. Joseph Edwards has
for his subject Sunday morning “What
Religion Does for Life,” and at night
“More Than a Living Wage.” Music
by the vested choir, under the leader
ship of Jennie Greene Smith.
The anniversary services of the
Men’s Club will be observed May 22,
with the men’s banquet May 23.
Christian.
15th Street.
Morning worship and the Lord’s
supper at 11 o’clock. Sermon by the
Rev. Leslie L. Bowers on “Taking God
for Granted.” At the evening service
the chorus choir of the Twelfth Street
Christian Church will present a
musical program.
Third.
“Doctrine and Life” Is the topic of
the Rev. C. N. Williams tomorrow at
11 a.m. The Lord’s supper will be ob
served.
Congregations l.
Cleveland Park.
The Rev. Dr. J. O. Knott, acting
pastor, will continue his series on
“The Appearance of Jesus During the
40 Days” by speaking of the "Five
Hundred who Saw Jesus.—Paul’s
Statement.” This will be the subject
for the 11 a.m. sermon. He speaks at
Frederick City, Md., In the evening.
People’s (Colored).
The topic of the 'Rev. A. F. Elmes
tomorrow morning will be “The Sleep
of the Beloved.” The final hymn-sing
for this half of the church year will be
at 6 o’clock. Brief talks on some of
the celebrated hymns of the church
will be made by the minister. The
East Washington Male Chorus will
assist. This church is uniting with
other churches of the denomination
in the debt-of-honor campaign and
the local workers are to be commis
sioned at the vesper service.
"The Great Sayings of Paul” will be
resumed at the midweek service Thurs
day night.
Lincoln (Colored).
Woman’s day exercises will be cele
brated tomorrow morning and eve
ning. At the morning service Dr.
Charlotte Hawkins Brown, president,
Palmer Memorial Institute, Sedalia,
N. C., will be the guest speaker. Music
will be rendered by a large chorus of
women, with Miss Otis Holley of New
York, who has recently returned from
study In Europe, as soloist.
The Men’s Brotherhood at 10 am
will have Mrs. Flaxle H. Plnkett, head
worker, Northwest Settlement House,
to discuss “Woman’s Place In Modem
Society."
The guest speaker at 8 pm. will be
Mrs. Howard 8tone Anderson, wife
of the pastor of the First Congrega
tional Church. An octet from the
Girls’ Glee Club at Howard University
will render the music.
Plymouth (Colored).
The subject of the morning sermon
of the Rev. Arthur D. Gray will be
“What Is a Living Church?” At 7
pm. a special men's day service will
be held. The minister will speak on
“The Dimensions of a Man.” Mrs.
Edna Gray will report on the Middle
Atlantic Conference on Thursday at
8 pm.
Episcopal.
St. David’s Chapel.
“The Privilege of Personal Ac
• qualntanceship With God” will be
the sermon theme tomorrow by the
Rev. William L. Mayo, vicar. Holy
communion, 8 a.m.; morning prayer
and sermon, XX am., and evening
prayer and address at 8 pm.
Transfiguration.
The services on Sunday will be at
7:30 and 11 o’clock. Confirmation in
structions at 7:30 pm. The Parish
Council will hold its annual meeting
May 18, at 8 pm.
Church of Our Saviour.
At 7:30 am. tomorrow there will be
the celebration of the holy communion.
At 11 am. the Rev. Alvin Lamar Wills
will give the fourth in a special series
of sermons on “The Character of
Christ.” The subject Sunday will be
"The Trust of Christ.” This will be
the fifth anniversary of the present
rectorship.
On May 22 the parish will conduct
a pilgrimage to St. Paul's Church,
Baden. The Rev. Mr. Archbold, rec
tor of old St. Paul’s, will conduct a
special service at 3:45 o’clock and the
Rev. Mr. Wills is to assist.
St. Agnes’.
There will be a corporate com
munion of all young people of the
parish at the 7 am. mass on Sunday,
followed by a breakfast in the parish
hall and short addresses by the rector
and Carl Donaldson. Probationers to
the newly-organized Acolyte Guild of
St. Vincent will be admitted at this
service. The rector will preach at 11
a.m. and 8 p.m.
St. Andrew’s.
“As a Man Thinketh in His Heart”
will be the subject of the Rev. Alfred
J. Wilder’s sermon at 11 a.m. Holy
communion, 9 a.m.; children's church,
9:30 a.m.; Young People's Fellowship,
4 pm.
Lutheran
Zion.
The Rev Edward G. Goetz will
preach tomorrow morning on “Chris
tianity in the Present Tense.” The
Intermediate and Senior Luther
Leaguers will Join in the annual out
door service of the District Luther
League at 4:30 p.m. at the National
Lutheran Home for the Aged.
The congregation will be represented
at the 119th annual convention of the
Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Mary
land at Frederick, Md., May 23-25, by
F. J. Laue, as lay delegate, and the
pastor.
Methodist Episcopal.
Waugh.
The Rev. Allan F. Poore will preach
at 11 a.m. on “The Garden of Prayer.”
and at 8 p.m. on "Natives of the King
dom of Heaven”: 11 a.m., Junior
Church; 8:30 p.m.. Intermediate
League; 7 p.m., Epworth League:
Thursday. 7:30 p.m., prayer meeting;
Friday, entertainment by "The Little
Light Bearers.”
Emory, South.
Young people's anniversary will be
observed tomorrow evening. The Rev.
Horace E. Cromer, by special request,
is repeating his story of "Pee Wee
Morgan” as the feature of this ob
servance for the young people of
Washington. Dr. Cromer will preach
at the morning service on "We Shall
Know” as his subject. Music for the
morning will be furnished by the
vested choir and in the evening by the
junior choir.
Lincoln Bead.
"Sweeping Against the Wind” will
be the sermon topic of the Rev. Regi
nald Heber Stone tomorrow at 11 am.
The sacrament of baptism will be ad
ministered. Epworth League at 6:45
pm., with studies in the "Spiritual
Life of John Wesley.” At 8 p.m. there
will be singing out of the go6pel hym
nal, and the sermon topic will be "A
Witnessing Church.”
Trinity,
Dr. Dan L. Ennis will speak on
"John Wesley—When a Man Finds
God,” at 11 a.m. The junior choir,
under direction of Mrs. Muriel Kestner,
will present an evening of music at 8
p.m., and the sermon subject will be
"The Boy Jesus.” Epworth League at
7 p.m. will be lead by Pearl Anholt.
On Wednesday, 8 p.m., prayer service;
Thursday, 5 to 7 p.m., supper by But
ler Class*.
Calvary, South.
T7ie Rev. w. D. Keene will preach at
the 11 o’clock service on “When
Christianity Has Made Its Greatest
Advances,” and at 8 pm. on "A Bible
Example of Noble Friendship.”
On Tuesday evening the Ballengee
Class will hold a service at the South
ern Relief Home, 2727 Adams Mill
road N.W. On Wednesday evening
the Wesley Brotherhood will meet. On
Thursday evening the pastor will talk
on "The Chief Peril of Christian
Workers.”
Union.
Dr. John R. Edwards will preach at
11 am. on "The Prophet Who Faced
East,” and at 8 pm. on "The Prophet
Who Faced West.” Lee Everett, the
"Old Timer” on WRC, will address
the Eupworth League at 6:45 p.m.
The fourth quarterly conference will
be held Wednesday at 8 p.m., and
will be presided over by Dr. G. Ellis
Williams, district superintendent.
McKendree.
The Rev. Samuel E. Rose speaks at
the 11 o’clock service tomorrow on
“The Privilege of Suffering," in the
Pythian Temple.
The Rev. H. H. Rowland, pastor of
the Langdon Church, speaks at the
Joint service at 8 pm. In the Masonic
Hall at Rhode Island and Mills ave
nues N.E The young people’s Joint
service will be held in the same hall
at 7 pm.
Epworth, South.
Robert P. Parker, associate minis
ter, will preach at the 11 o’clock serv
ice tomorrow morning. In the evening
service he will continue his series of
sermons on the general theme "In
My Name, Build.”
The Minot Class will meet In the
church Tuesday evening. Prayer
meeting will be held Thursday evening.
Concord-Cabin John.
The Rev. Frank Edwards Such will
preach the third sermon in the series
on “Some Churches of Bible Times."
The subject will be “Some Lessons
From the Church at Corinth.”
At Concord, Sunday School at 2:15
p.m.; church service at 3 p.m. On
Wednesday, beginning at 5:30, plate
supper and refreshment sale.
At Cabin John, Sunday School at
8:45 a.m.; church service at 8 p.m.
On Friday evening at 8 o’clock, ama
teur night, sponsored by the Ladies’
Aid Society, at the firehouse.
Jones Memorial (Colored).
At 11 am. tomorrow Dr. Julius 8.
Carroll preaches on “Why and How
to Pray.” A speaker representing the
Washington Urban League will pre
sent the matter of organizing a branch
of the league in Washington.
At 4 pm. Men’s Club will hold a
special service. Epworth League meet
ing Is 6:30 pm. At 8 pm. sermon
by the Rev. A. C. Carroll of Pilgrim
Baptist Church. Class meeting Wed
nesday, 8 p.m.
Metropolitan Wesley A. M. E. Z.
The Rev. David Cecil Lynch will
preach at the morning and evening
services. At 8 o'clock the stewards
will sponsor a special musical pro
gram. “Ethiopia at the Bar of Jus
tice” will be dramatized Monday eve
ning.
Metropolitan A. M. E.
At 11 a.m. the Rev. J. C. Beckett
will preach. At 3:30 p.m. the Ushers’
Union will conduct a service. The
Rev. Mr. Beckett will be the speaker.
At the close of the Baltimore An
nual Conference the Rev. J. C. Beck
ett was reappointed to Metropolitan
Church by Bishop M. H. Davis.
Dr. H. M. Shields, former pastor of
Ebenezer A. M. E. Church, Baltimore,
Md„ has been appointed presiding
elder of the Potomac district to suc
ceed Dr. Wesley.
Methodiat Proteatant
Lewis Memorial.
The Rev. John A. Trader will preach
tomorrow on "Stewardship” at the
morning service and at 8 p.m. on “We
Would See Jesus.”
On Saturday the Ladies* Auxiliary
will hold a bake sale between 1 and
4 p.m. On the evening of May 21
the dramatic group of Walker’s Chapel
will present a comedy, “Where Is
Grandma?”
Mount Olivet (Colored).
“Gifts Prom the Father of Light” is
the subject of the Rev. W. Schiebel’s
Sunday morning sermon.
The men of the Voters’ Assembly will
meet in the home of Andrew Thalley,
2305 Seventeenth street N.W., Thurs
day evening. The Junior Religious
Instruction Class meets Monday at
3:30 o’clock in the Phyliis Wheatley
Y. W. C. A. The subject will be the
"Differences Regarding the Sacra
ment of the Altar.”
Prom Tuesday to Thursday the Rev.
Mr. Schiebel attended the conference
of the Eastern District of the Lutheran
Church in Baltimore.
Presbyterian
Sherwood.
Tomorrow morning the Rev. Thomas
Law Coyle will deliver a sermon on
“Give Me a Child Until He Is Sev
enty.” A 40-minute service will be
held at 9 o'clock and the regular serv
ice at 11 o’clock. He will discuss at 8
p.m. the question, “Do We Believe in
Christ or in God?”
Knox.
The Rev. Edwin H. Rian will preach
tomorrow at 1316 Vermont avenue
N.W., at 11 a.m. and 7:30 pm. He
is president of the Board of Trustees
of Westminster Theological Seminary,
Philadelphia. The church is affiliated
with the Presbyterian Church of
America Assembly.
Peck Memorial.
“Building a Mansion” is the ser
mon subject Sunday morning of the
Rev. Irving W. Ketchum. There will
also be a sermon for the children.
The Ladies’ Aid Society will hold the
annual banquet on Wednesday. The
Chapel Council will meet Tuesday at
8 p.m.
Eckington.
The Rev. Henry B. Wooding preaches
at 11 a.m. on "I Have Learned in
Whatsoever State I Am to Be Con
tent,” and at 8 p.m., on "Seek First
the Kingdom of God.”
A candlelight tea under the auspices
of the Fidelity Bible Class is Tuesday
at 8 o’clock in the Sunday school house.
Fourth.
The Rev. James H. Miers will preach
tomorrow at 11 am. on “Christ’s So
cial Order Manifested.” This sermon
will be broadcast over Station WOL
from 11:30 to 12. At 7 o’clock, “Abra
ham’s Pilgrimage." At 8 o’clock, “The
Sword of the Lord.”
On Monday at 7:45 o’clock the topic
is “Light on the 2,300 Days.” On
Thursday at 7 o’clock, the Interces
sory Prayer Clinic. At 8 Miss Lucile
Donaldson, one of our missionaries to
China who is now on furlough, will
speak.
Metropolitan.
At the 11 o’clock service Dr. J.
Lowrey Fendrich will speak on
“Wanted—A Comfortable God,” and
at 7:45 p.m. on “Organize Yourself.”
The midweek service is conducted
by the pastor Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
His topic for May 19 is “The Genesis
Story.”
Elver Road U. P.
The Rev. Virgil M. Cosby will preach
at 11 am. on “The Key to Knowledge."
Pioneer Youth Society, 6:45 p.m.
Western.
Dr. J. H. Dunham will preach to
morrow morning on "Prayer Ques
tions.”
Gunton Temple Memorial.
Dr. Bernard Braskamp will have as
his subject at the 11 o’clock service
“Worthy of the Gospel.” Young peo
ple’s meeting at 6:45 p.m. In the
church parlors.
On Thursday at 6 p.m. dinner will be
served in the assembly room by Mrs.
Markward’s Circle of the Women’s
Guild, followed by the midweek service,
led by the pastor.
Meeting of the officers and teachers
of the church school at 8 p.m.
Other Services
French Service.
“Prejudice” will be the subject of
the sermon by the Rev. A. F. Llotard,
pastor of the French congregation, at
the French service at the New York
Avenue Presbyterian Church tomorrow
at 4 p.m.
First Brethren.
The Rev. John W. Porte of Sar
geantsville, N. J., will preach at 11
o’clock tomorrow on “The Value of
Life.” At 8 p.m. the Rev. Homer A.
Kent, pastor, will preach on "What
Does the Bible Reveal* as to the
Unseen World? What About Para
dise, Hades, Hell, Sheol, Gehenna, the
Abyss and Tartarus? Who Goes There
and When?” It will be young peo
ple’s night at the evening service. The
midweek service will be held Wed
nesday at 8 pm., with the pastor in
charge.
Healing Services.
“The Faith That Overcomes the
World,” by the Rev. Van Rensselaer
Gibson, Is the study being taken up
at the St. Stephen’s Healing Mission
Tuesday at 10:30 in the parish hall
of the Church of St. Stephen and the
Incarnation. Mrs. Z. D. Blackistone
will lead. Prayers for the sick will be
given.
Memorial United Brethren.
Dr. Simpson B. Daugherty will
preach at 11 am. on “A Word That
Will Never Return.” At 7:30 pm
vespers will be held In the chapel, with
Jean Daugherty leading. Special mu
sical numbers, discussion and the clos
ing message by the minister. The
s
junior church service will be held at
11 a.m.
An entertainment will be given by
the Ladies’ Aid Society on Tuesday at
8 p.m. Midweek service will be held
Thursday at 8 pm.
Open Door Church.
At 11 and 8 p m. tomorrow Wil
liam M. Pierson will speak, in the
absence of the pastor, who is at
tending a convention at St. Louis, Mo.
The young people’s service is at
7 p.m.
Potomac Heights Community.
“The Cure of Souls" will be the
subject of the Rev. O. J. Randall at
11 a.m. tomorrow. The Sunday school
board will meet Tuesday evening, the
Bible study class on Wednesday eve
ning. The children’s clinic will be
held Thursday from 10:30 to 12 a.m.
Christian Science.
“Mortals and Immortals” is the sub
ject of the lesson-sermon in all the
Churches of Christ, Scientist, tomor
row. The golden text is from I Co
rinthians, xv.48: “As is the earthy,
such are they also that are earthy: and
as is the heavenly, such are they also
that are heavenly.” Among the cita
tions which comprise the lesson-ser
mon is the following from the Bible:
“For we know that if our earthly
house of this tabernacle were dis
solved, we have a building of God,
an house not made with hands, eternal
in the heavens” (II Corinthians, v.l).
Yogoda Society.
Brahmachelr Jotin of Calcutta,
India, will speak on “Purity of Mind”
tomorrow evening at 1758 Columbia
road N.W. The class in the study of
the Bhagavid Gita will meet Thurs
day at 8 p.m.
Divine Science.
“The Prayer That Never Failg”
will be interpreted by the Rev. J. L.
Patch tomorrow at 11 a.m. in the
Grafton Hotel. Thursday, 8 p.m„
“Studies in Divine Science” will be
given.
Church of the Brethren.
At 11 a.m. Dr. Warren D. Bowman
will speak on "Christian Education"
and at 8 p.m. on “Looking Unto Jesus.”
In the afternoon the young people will
go to Lonberger's Camp on Bull Moun
tain, where they will hold their vesper
service. Prayer service will be held
Thursday evening. The pastor will
speak on “The Anointing Service.”
Salvation Army.
Meetings tomorrow are:
Washington No. 1 Corps, 606 E
street N.W.: 11 am., Capt. Herbert
Robins; 8 p.m., Gen. Edward J. Hig
gins.
Washington No. 2 Corps, 1501 Sev
enth street N.W.—11 a.m. and 8 p.m.,
Brig. James Roberts.
Washington No. 3 Corps, 733 Eighth
street S.E.—11 a.m., uniting with No.
5 Corps; 7:45 p.m., “The Mirror of
Life.”
Washington No. 4 Corps, 1075 Jef
ferson street N.W.—11 a.m., Capt.
Walter Swyers: 3 p.m., Gen. Edward
J. Higgins, "Blindness”; 8 p.m., Capt.
Walter Swyers.
Washington No. 5 Corps, 715 I street
N.E.—10:30 a.m„ Gen. Edward J. Hig
gins, "Highways”; 8 pm., Adjt.
Charles Trltton.
Men’s Social Service Department,
528 First street N.W.—11 a.m., uniting
with No. 5 Corps.
SERMONS ANNOUNCED
Georgetown Lutheran Church
Topics Listed.
"The Gospel of the Holy Spirit” will
be the subject of the Rev. Harold E.
Beatty tomorrow at 11 am. in George
town Lutheran Church. "Keeping Fit
for Marriage” will be the young peo
ple’s topic at 7 pm. Barbara Beatty
is leader.
"Christian Citizenship” will be the
subject at the prayer service Thurs
day, 8 p.m.
The church will participate in the
founder’s day services Wednesday at
the National Lutheran Home for the
Aged. Andrew Llndberg and the pas
tor will be the delegates to the Lu
theran Synod of Maryland, May 23-25,
in Frederick.
DR.TAYLOR TO TALK
‘The True Nature of the Kingdom’
to Be His Morning Topic.
Dr. James H. Taylor will preach in
the morning at Central Presbyterian
Church on “The True Nature of the
Kingdom” and In the evening on "The
Epistle of Peter.”
The young people are publishing a
weekly paper, the Standard Bearer. It
gives an account of all activities.
B. Y. P. U. News
Fifth will be led by the Stewardship
Commission, with Margaret Hughes in
charge. Topic, “Missionary Work in
Africa.”
First will present a program, “Look
ing Myself Over,” given by the Stew
ardship Commission.
Second has charge of the church
service Sunday evening. A denomi
national program will be held in B.
Y„ with Frances Rock leading.
Federation meeting at Calvary in
Woodward Hall Tuesday evening. The
winning stewardship play will be pre
sented by Metropolitan. Election of
officers.
The Intermediate B. Y. will have a
banquet at Petworth on May 25. They
will hold their federation meeting at
East Washington Heights May 20.
Calvary will discuss "Has Chris
tianity the Answer to Personal Prob
lems?” led by the Fellowship Com
mission. They will have the recogni
tion of new members Sunday evening.
A party at Kensington Cabin, May 21,
Edgewood and Kensington streets
N.W. Meet at the church at 2 o’clock.
The happy hour for the colored chil
dren will be given at Mount Carmel
Friday, 6:30, and for the children in
community at Calvary Saturday, 6:30.
Thursday Calvary has charge of the
meeting at Central Union Mission.
Donald Chase of the Devotional Life
Commission will lead.
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WOL BROADCAST, 9 A.M. M|
"A DAY IN THY COURTS" LI
8 P.M. Hi*
Get the habit! Attend this |>J
great Gospel Service Sunday ■ »*
nights!
"Prehides to Pentecost" I 9*
11 AM. I7I
Bible School. 10 a.m. ■ ’M
Young People, 7 p.m. Mm
Tuesday and Friday Meetings, It'l
8 p.m. Dr. and Mrs. Fereey K*
Return for Services. *A*
WELCOME TO ALL. |3|
Oil. Clark fimv. Minister iH
Pihey BR.Rp.dt Gemma toE.HWrS|
DR. G. G. JOHNSON
SELECTS TOME
‘World Task and the
Baptists’ Is Topic
Tomorrow.
Dr. Gove G. Johnson will preach at
the National Baptist Memorial Church
tomorrow morning on “The World
Task and the Baptists." At 8 p.m. the
Rev. A. Lincoln Smith will preach on
"Baptist Body Marks.”
The annual meeting, with the elec
tion of officers of the Mizpah Class for
Women will be held Monday evening
at the home of Mrs. S. P. Gardner.
The annual spring party of the
home department will be held at the
church Wednesday evening. The
theme of the program will be centered
about “An Old Wishing Well.” Miss
Pay Simonton has had charge of the
arrangements.
The annual meeting of the church
will be held Thursday evening. Pro
ceeding at 7 o’clock the Bible School
Board meets In the church parlor.
CHURCH CORNER STONE
CEREMONY IS PLANNED
Beverly Hills (Va.) Rites to Be
Led by Rev. G. E. Schnabel
and Rev. W. E. Basom.
The corner stone of the Beverly
Hills (Va.) Community Church will
be laid tomorrow at 3 p.m. with ap
propriate ceremonies led by the Rev.
George E. Schnabel and the Rev.
William E. Basom, ministers of
Albright Memorial Church. Dr. A. F.
Weaver of York, Pa., will deliver the
address. Wallace Burgoyne, president
of the North Ridge Citizens’ Associa
tion, will extend greetings. The girls’
choir of Albright Memorial Church
will sing under the direction of Mrs.
Martha Boyd Mac Connell.
Work on the church is being rushed
so that services can begin as soon
as possible. The first unit will con
tain Sunday school facilities for a
completely graded school. It is of
brick construction and the design is
Georgian Colonial, to harmonize with
the architecture of the Beverly Hills
community. The dedication is slated
for October.
YOUNG PEOPLE PLAN
SUPPER AND ELECTION
Council Officers to Be Chosen
Tomorrow Evening at Chevy
Chase Presbyterian.
At Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church
tomorrow evening the Rev. J. Hill
man Hollister will preach on ‘‘A Lamp
Unto My Feet." The Young People’s
Council is sponsoring a supper at
5:45 p.m. for all of the young people’s
groups. Officers for the Young Peo
ple’s Council will be elected. Dr.
Hollister will be the speaker for the
evening.
The Bethesda-Chevy Chase Club of
sixty voices, under the direction of
Kenneth W. Frisbie, will sing Stain
er’s "Crucifixion” at 8 p.m.
SERIES TO CONTINUE
Rev. W. A. Reese to Preach
Fourth Sermon Tomorrow.
At Metropolitan Memorial M. E.
Church tomorrow the fourth of a
series of sermons on “The Wesleyan
Witness” will be delivered at the 11
o’clock service by the Rev. William
Andrew Keese. The theme is "The
Assurance of Salvation.” A special
feature of the service will be the sing
ing of Wesleyan hymns by the choir.
The Men’s Club will meet Wednes
day at 8 o’clock, and be addressed
I by Frederick J. Haskins.
I
UJetljoiitHl Spiaropal
Mount Vernon Place
SOUTHERN METHODISM’S^
REPRESENTATIVE CHURCHj
Massachusetts Are. at Ninth St. N.W. \
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—"Religion Can Redeem.”;
8:00 p.m.—"How Can 1 Find God?”:
DB. JOHN W. BUSTIN. Minister.
7:30 p.m.—Organ Recital by Deane ;
Shure.
GRACE REFORMED ’Md
HENRY H. RANCK. D. D.. Pastor.
11:00 a.m.—"Why Do tho Nations
Base?”
0:40 a.m.—Sunday School.
7:00 p.m.—Young People’s Society.
CONCORDIA EVANGELICAL
aoth and G Sts. N.W.
REV. CHARLES ENDERS. Pastor.
0:45 a.m.—Bible School.
PREACHING SERVICES.
10:00 a.m.—German.
11:15 a.m.—English.
EVERYBODY WELCOME.
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Mount Pleasant
Congregational Church
COLUMBIA BOAD AT 14th STBEET
11:00 a.m.—Moraine Worship.
Dr. Clinch! Will Preach.
’'Power to Maintain Hope.**
1st CHURCH
10th & G Sts. N.W.
Minister*
Howard Stone Anderson,
Walter G. Borchers, Jr.
11 A.M.
Sermon by
MR. ANDERSON
"Honor-Not a
Thief's
But a Christian's"
Evening Services Are
Discontinued Until Fall
Retreat
THE REV. REGINALD M.
COFFEY,
Who will be the retreat master
tomorrow at the Washington
Retreat House, 4000 Harewood
road N.E., for women of the
parish of Our Lady of Lourdes,
under the captaincy of Miss
Edith Thompson. He will
speak on “Faith, Charity and
the Rosary."
Howard University.
The guest speaker at the all religi
ous service. Andrew Rankin Memoria
Chapel, tomorrow at 11 o’clock, wil
be Dr. Morris S. Lazaron, rabbi, Bal
tlmore Hebrew Congregation.
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NEW THOUGHT
Alliance Meetlnr. 3:15, May lBth.
Self-Bealiiation Center. 1758 Col. Bd. N.W.
Mrs. Helen Bewail, board member
_ V ‘*>e I. N. T. A. and Its Ideals.
Brahmacbaria Jotin of the Yoroda Society.
’The Christ”
The Public Is Invited.
*• H. T. A.. 1317 F St. N.W., Boom 700.
M ^ NA. 2223.
Mondays and Thursdays at 12:30.
Noon Silence, James A. Edgerton. Pres.
Tuesdays, 7:30. Lessons from Emma
. Curtis Hopkins.
Thursdays. 4:45 Congress Preparations.
Fridays at 4:15. Our Increasing Faith.
Florence E. Friable. •
prrabgtrrian
Church ol the Pilgrims
On the Parkway at
•«nd and P Sts. N.W.
Gift of the Presbyterians of the
Sooth to the Nation’s Capital.
Rev. Andrew R. Bird. D. D., Minister.
Divine Worship, 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m.
NEW YORK
AVENUE CHURCH
13th and H and N. Y. Are.
Minister*
PETER MARSHALL ALBERT EVANS
9:30 a.m.—Church Bible School.
11:00 a.m.—"A QUESTION OF LIFE
AND DEATH.”
6:45 p.m.—Christian Endeavor So
ciety.
8:00p.m.—“HOW READEST
THOU?”
GUNTON-TEMPLE MEMORIAL
16th and Newton Sts.
Rev. Bernard Braskamp, D. D., Minister
9:45 a.m.—Church School.
ll:OOa.m.—Sermon by Dr. Braskamp.
"Proving Worthy of the Gomel.”
6*5 p.m.—Young People's Meetings.
Thursday. 7 p.m.. Prayer Meeting.
GEORGETOWN
(Founded 1780)
P Street near 31st Street N.W.
REV. ROBERT M. SKINNER. Minister.
9*5 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship and Ser
mon by the Pastor.
“FOUNDATIONS OF ROCK.”
5:30 p.m.—Junior C. E.
6*5p.m.—Intermediate and Senior
C. E.
EASTERN
Md. Ave. & Sixth St. N.E.
Alfred E. Barrows, D. D., Pastor
1100 a.m.—“The Winninr Waters.’*
9:30 a.m.—Bible School.
7:45 p.m.—“The Two Voices.**
VESTED CHORUS.
CHEVY CHASE
Chew Chate Circle
Dr. I. Hillman Hollister. Minister.
9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. and 12 noon—
Church School.
9*5 a.m.—The Clyde Kelly Bible Class.
11:00 a.m.—“A Lamp Unto My Feet.”
‘GREAT THINGS’ TOPI^
Pastor of Mount Tabor M. P.
Church Selects Theme.
The Rev. William Kenneth Lyons,
pastor of Mount Tabor M. P. Church,
will preach tomorrow morning on
"Great Things.” At 8 p.m. Kenneth
W. Baumbardner, tenor, of Western
Maryland College, will give a sacred
concert,. The public Is invited.
At the Thursday evening prayer
service the Rev. Mr. Lyons will con
tinue his series of lectures on the
"Historical Evidences of the Truth
of the Scripture Records.”
The women will serve a chicken
dinner Thursday from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
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14th St. CHURCH OF CHRIST
3460 14th St. N.W.
10:00 m.m.—Bible 8chool.
11:00 a.m.—“Ha»e Faith in God.”
8:00 p.m.—“Ancient Order.”
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WALLACE
MEMORIAL
New Hampshire Ave.
fir Randolph St. N.W. *
C. E. Hawthorn*, D. D., Minister
11 a m.—"Overlooked Bleasinrs.”
8 p.m.—"A Stron* Man Made Weak.**
JJrrfibgtman
CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN
Southern General Assembly
16th and Irving Sts. N.W. .
Rav. James H. Taylor, D. D., Paster
9:38 am.—Sunday School.
11:00 s.m.—Sermon by Dr. Tsylor.
3:00 D m.—Westminster Leatue.
7:00 p.m.—Christian Endeavor.
I 8.00 p.m.—Sermon by Dr. Taylor.
FOURTH
PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
13th and Fairmont Sts. N.W.
James H. Mien, Minister
11:00 a.m.—"Christ Social Order
Manifested.”
Broadcast Over WOL at 11:30 A M.
8:00 p.m.—“The Sword of the
Lord.”
3 Church Services
Each Sunday at
9 AM.. 11 A.M. and 8 P.M.
Sunday School at 0 45.
SHERWOOD
Rhode Island Are. at 22nd St. N.E.
THOMAS LAW COYLE, Minister.
QIYTI4 Sixteenth and
A IT Kennedy Sta. N.W.
J. HERBERT GARNER. Minister.
11:00 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP
Sunday School. 9:46 a.m. Y. P.. 7 p.m.
WESTERN
1906 H St. N.W.
Rev. J. Harvey Dunham, D. D.,
Minister
9:30 in.—The Church School.
11:00 a.m.—“Prayer Questions."
7:00 p.m.—Young People's Meeting.
COVENANT
FIRST
Connecticut Ave. at 18th & N
Sts. N.W.
Ministers:
Albert Joseph McCartney, D. D.
John F. B. Carruthers, D. D.
Rev. Irving W. Ketchnm
iPeck Chao',l.)
11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship, Thou
Shalt Not Steal.” Dr.
McCartney preaching.
Sunday School for All Departments
at 9:45 a.m.
METROPOLITAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
4th and B Sts. S.E.
R«t. J. Lawny Frndrieh. D. D., L. L. D.
Sunday. May IS. 1038.
Boon OMn 10:30 A.M. 11:00 A.M.—“Wanted—A Comfortable Cod."
5:30 P.M. 7:46 P.M.—"ORGANIZE YOURSELF.”
fEpiampal
Episropal
Washington Cathedral
Wisconsin and Massachusetts Avenues
and Woodley Road
Holy Communion - 7:30 and 9:30 a.m.
Holy Communion and Sermon 11:00 a.m.
Preacher, the Very Rev. Dr. Allen Evans
of the Philadelphia Divinity School.
People’s Evensong and Sermon 4:00 p.m.
Preacher, the Bishop of Washington.
CHURCH OF ST.STEPHEN
AND THE INCARNATION
Sixteenth and Newton Streets N.W.
The Bev. PnnI D. Wilbur, S. T. B„ Rector.
Holy Communion_7:30 a.m.
Church School__9:30 a.m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon__.il:00 a.m.
Evensong_ 8:00 p.m.
Thursday.
Holy Cdmmunion _ _10:00 a.m.
ALL SEATS FREE.
iEpipljami
1317 G Street N.W.
REV. Z. B. PHILLIPS. D. D.. LL. D.
BEV. DUNCAN FBASEB. B. A.
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer. Litany and
Sermon by Dr. Phillips.
6:30 p.m.—Young People’s Fellowship.
8:00 p.m.—Evensong and Sermon by the
Rev. Mr. Fraser.
St. Paul’s Church
23rd St. Hear Wathington Circle
7:30—Holy Communion.
11:00—Eucharist and Sermon.
8:00—Evensong and Adoration.
ST. MARGARET’S
Conn. Ave. and Bancroft Place
BEV. HUBERT SCOTT SMITH, D. D..
RECTOR
7:30 a.m.—Corporate Communion of the
workers of the parish and
of the Communicants’
League
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer. The rector
will preach: "Coming When
the Wind* Were Contrary.”
6:00 p.m.—Young Peoples Fellowship.
Thursday—Holy Communion at 11.
THE NATIVITY AND RESURRECTION
PARISH. East Washington.
(Area defined and organization completed,
under civil statute. 1937).
Bag. Enoch X. Thorn peon. Rector.
7:80 (9:18). 10. 11. 8,
Mob Crucified Him. He Lives.
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"ON CAPITOL HILL"
Third and A Streets Southeast
REV. WILLIAM R. MOODY, Rector
7:30 ft.m.—Holy Communion.
0:30 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon
by the Rector.
0:30 p.m.—Young People's Meeting.
8:00 p.m.—Evening Prayer and Sermon
by the Rector.
11:00 a.m.—Thursday, Holy Communion.
ST. JOHN’S, GEORGETOWN
3240 O ST. N.W.
REV. F. BLAND TUCKER. Rector.
7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion.
0:30 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
7:30 p.m.—Evening Prayer and Sermon.
Thursday. 10:00 A.M.
ROCK CREEK PARISH
REV. F. J. BOHANAN. D. D
The Country Church in the City.
ST. PAUL’S CHURCH
Webster St. and Rock Creek Church Rd.
Services 8:30 and 11:00 a.m.
HOLY COMFORTER CHAPEL -
Sheridan Theater. 0217 Georgia Ave.
Ch. School. 0 a.m. Morn. Service. 10 a.m.
ST. JAMES’CHURCH
232 8th St. N.E.—Tel. Atl. 1748.
THE REV. A. Q. PLANK.
Sunday Masses. 7:30 and 11. Church
School at 9:30 a.m. Vespers 7:30 p.m.
Dally Mass. 7 a.m.: Holy Hour. Thurs.
8 p.m. Confessions. Sat.. 7-9 o.m.
All Souls’ Memorial Church
Cathedral and Conn. Ayes. N.W.
Rev. H. H. D. STERRETT. Hector.
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
7:30 p.m.—Young People’s Club.
SAINT JOHN’S CHURCH
16th and H Street*
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Order of Confirmation and
Holy Communion.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon
by Rt. Rev. James E. Free
man. D. D
8:00 p.m.—Evening Prayer and Ser
mon by Rev, Mr. White.
St. Thomas’ Church
Eighteenth and Church Streets
Between P and Q: Near Dupont Circle.
Bey. Howard S. Wilkinson. D. D.. Rector.
Sunday Services. 8 and 11 a.m. .
Sermon by the Rector.
Church School at 9:30 and 11 s.a. »
Wednesday at 8 a.m.
Thursday at 11 a.m.

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