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Question to Come Before
Sessions June 20-24 in
New York City.
A movement toward uniting the
major Lutheran bodies of America
will occupy the attention of the East
ern district of the American Lutheran
Church at its seventh annual sessions
June 20 to 34 in New York City in
the Fordham Lutheran Church.
During the last decade the three
largest Lutheran synods, the United
Lutheran Church of America, the
Missouri Lutheran Synod and the
American Lutheran Church, have
been gradually coming closer together.
Originally they became separate and
distinct largely because of geographical
barriers, which also produced varying
viewpoints on a number of minor mat
ters of doctrine and practice. How
ever, each group continued to stand
firm on the fundamental confessions
of the Lutheran Church which were
produced during the time of the refor
Two years ago. at the conventions
of each major body, plans were made
to establish better relationships among
, the groups. Commissions were ap
pointed to iron out the minor diffi
culties.' As a result, when the East
ern district of the American Luther
an Church meets in New York articles
of doctrine and practice, submitted
to the American Lutheran group by
• the United Lutheran Clmrch and the
Missouri Synod, will be considered.
If the Eastern group accepts them, it
is said, the decision will strongly af
fect the American Lutheran Church
and will hasten the establishment of
pulpit and altar fellowship, and co
• operation in the mission and educa
tional work of the church, aS' well as
the exchange of pastors and profea
aors among the various bodies. This
' would be the first step toward estab
: lishing an ultimate union of all the
Lutheran forces in America.
Should a Lutheran Church of
America be consummated, it would
enroll a constituency of more than
t 5,000,000 communicant members. At
present, each major body is of about
• equal size, when the synodical afflli
< ates are considered, each having more
than 1,500.000 adherents.
Dr. Emmanuel E. Poppen, Colum
bus, Ohio, acting president of the
American Lutheran Church, will re
port on progress made toward estab
, lishing better relationships.
The local representatives of the
American Lutheran Church, who will
attend are the Rev. Theodore P.
Frieke, pastor of St, Matthew's Lu
theran Church: the Rev. George J.
Grewenow, pastor of the Faith Lu
theran Church, Arlington, Va.; the
Rev. Dr. Gerhard H. Lenski, pastor
of the Grace Lutheran Church: the
4 Rev. Henry W. Whiting, pastor of
the Christ Lutheran Church, Bethes
da, Md., and the Rev. J. Adrian Pfeif
fer, pastor of the Takoma Lutheran
Dr. Ball Will Preach Sermon at
Metropolitan Baptiit Church
Father's Day will be observed at the
Metropolitan Baptist Church Sunday
morning when the pastor. Dr. John
Compton Ball, will speak on “Worth
While Fathers and the Father of Us
All.” Miss Betty Jean Koons from
the primary department will sing a
special' solo entitled “Take Up Thy
At the evening service Miss
Gwyneth F. Williams, secretary of the
Leicestershire and Rutland Sunday
School Union of England, will deliver
an address. Miss Williams is in Amer
ica only 11 days, coming over to study
American Bible school departmental
work. She is accompanied in her
Washington inspection by the Rev.
A. E. Harris from the faculty of the
Eastern Theological Seminary of Phil
adelphia. Pa. They both sail for Eng
land and Wales June 21 to report to
the English Union the type of Bible
school work done in America.
Dr. Canter of Harrisonburg Will
Occupy Epworth M. E. Pulpit 1
Tomorrow Evening.
« The services in Epworth M. E.
. Church South will consist of the Chil
idren's Day exercises at 10:30. The
* play will be “Let the Little Ones
. Come," directed by Mrs. Alice R.
i Moore, and will be given by the chil
dren of the primary and intermediate
departments, with music by the Junior
y Dr. Harry M. Canter of Harrison
, burg. Va., will preach at 8 p.m.
.The Wesley Fellowship will meet
at 7 o'clock. Miss Sybil Taylor will
be the leader. The young people’s de
partment will meet at 7 o’clock.
The meeting of the Woman’s Mis
aionary Society has been postponed
from Monday evening to Tuesday eve
ning. A meeting and social of the
Minot Bible Class will be held Tues
day evening. Prayer meeting will be
held Thursday evening. Robert
Parker, associate minister, will have
A meeting of the Sunday School
Council will be held at Hains Point
at 6:30 Friday. Should weather be
inclement the meeting will be held
in the Sunday School rooms.
Robert N. Zearfoss, Student, to
Be Guest Speaker at Calvary
Evening Service.
The Rev. W. S. Abemethy, pastor
of Calvary Baptist Church, will preach
tomorrow morning on “The Carpenter
off Nazareth.” At the evening service
Robert N. Zearfoss, a student at Col
gate-Rochester Divinity School, will be
the guest speaker. His topic will be
, "The Value of Human Personality."
Mrs. Irene Elmore and Robert Sam
f mons will assist at this latter service.
The last meeting of the Woman's
. Missionary Society before vacation will
be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. in Baker
Hall. It will be a oelebration of the
golden Jubilee of the Woman's Mis
sionary Union of the Southern Bap
tist Convention.
The Tuesday Alumni will meet on
Tuesday in the parlor and the deaf
department will meet in Baker Hall.1
—Underwood A Underwood
Dr. H. W. Burgan to Start
Eighth Year in Pulpit
at Hamline.
Tomorrow marks the beginning of
Dr. H. W. Burgan’s eighth year as
minister of- Hamline M. E. Church.
He will preach at 11 o’clock on “As a
Father, so the Lord," in recognition
of Father’s Day. A group of new
members will be received. At 8 p.m.
Dr. Burgan will preach at the Francis
Asbury M. E. Church, South. There
will be no night service.
Young people from the Chinese
Community Church will be present at
the Junior High League at 6 p.m. and
will furnish the program. The Ep
worth League will meet at the home of
Frank Cleaver, 5317 Thirteenth street
N.W., at 7:15 p.m. The service will
be in charge of Miss Dorothy Wright,
first vice president. The speaker will
be Miss Jane Leitsel.
The Official Board will meet on
Tuesday night.
The following teaehers in the high
school, junior and primary depart
ments of the church are receiving this
month merit certificates in recogni
tion of special teaching courses and
required reading: Henry G. Herrell,
Ethel M. Yost, Mrs. Julia C. Herrell,
Rebecca E. Kammerer, Thelma Kam
merer, Ellen Means, Dorothy Wright,
Thomas S. Owen, Laura Engel, Mrs.
Theodore B. Manny and Miss Grace E.
A group of 15 young people are
planning to attend the 14th annual
Young People's Conference at Western
Maryland College. Westminster, Md.,
over the week end.
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‘Making the Bast of Yourself' and
‘A Desirable Substitution’
Are Topics.
Dr. Frederick Brown Harris will
preach in Foundry M. E. Church to
morrow at 11 a m. on "Making the
Best of Yourself,” and at 8 p.m. on
"A Desirable Substitution.”
The subject of "Unification” will be
considered at the Epworth League at
7 p.m. William Lessler and Edgar G.
Beery of the M. E. Church South and
the Rev. Raymond White of the M. P.
Church will be guest speakers. Fred
J. Rossiter will speak on the affirma
tion of faith at the devotional meet
ing of the Hi-League.
On Wednesday evening the Fellow
ship Class of business women will have
a supper meeting at Vacation Lodge,
Cherrydale, Va.
Sunday School Recesses Tomorrow
for Summer.
The Rev. Henry Teller Cocke, rector
of All Saints’ Episcopal Church, will
have “The Kingdom’’ as his subject
at the 11 o’clock service tomorrow.
Holy communion will be at 7:30 a.m.
The Sunday school will recess to
morrow for the summer. Awards will
be made to members of the school for
perfect attendance during the school
year. Members of the main school
will meet in the church for an address
by the rector.
The Sunday school picnic will be
held on Thursday at Glen Echo, cars
leaving the church at 12:15.
The first of the Chevy Chase union
Protestant vesper services will be held
on the church lawn tomorrow at 7
o’clock, with the rector as the speaker.
All of the Chevy Chase Protestant
churches co-operate in these services,
which are held on the lawn of All
Saints’ Church each Sunday evening
for six weeks.
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Universalist Pastor Will Preach
on ‘Light Bearers.’
Dr. Frederic W. Perkins will preach
on "Light Bearers” in the Universalist
National Memorial Church tomorrow
at 11 a.m., the closing regular service
for the summer. Union services with
All Souls’ Unitarian and Mount Pleas
ant Congregational Churches will
begin June 26 and continue through
September 4. From June 26 through
July 17 these services will be held in
All Souls’ Church, from July 24
through August 7 In Mount Pleasant
Church, from August 14 through
September 4 In the Universalist
Davison Group to Appear at
Concordia Church.
The Davison Glee Club will sing in
the German, service of Concordia
Lutheran Evangelical Church tomor
row at 10 a.m. The Rev. Charles
Enders will speak on "God's Ways of
Righteousness. In the English service
at 11:15 a.m. the Rev. Mr. Enders
will repeat, by special request, the
sermon which he delivered last Sunday
in the German service on “The Holy
Trinity and Man’s Salvation.”
. On Tuesday at S p.m. the Concor
dians will have a social. The Sunday
school picnic, which was to have been
held June 17th, has been postponed
and will be held together with the
outing of the Concordias an July lft.
West Washington Church
Was Organized With
11 Members.
Services celebrating the' 72d anni
versary of the founding of the West
Washington Baptist Church will be
held at 11 a.m. tomorrow. The ser
mon. by Dr. Rufus W. Weaver, will
be on “The Building of the Church.”
At > p.m. there will be five-minute
addresses by Robert L. Haycock. Miss
Emma W. Stevens, W. Clyde Hospital,
Jr.; Mrs. Mary E. Riley and the Rev.
Charles B. Austin. Special music is
scheduted at both services by the
choir, under the direction of Mrs.
Emory H. Bogley, organist and choir
director. Guest soloist will be Mrs.
James Oliver.
The church was organized with 11
members on June 19, 1866. The two
oldest members of the church In years
of service are a brother and sister.
John H. Newman and Mrs. Mary J.
McFadden of this city. They Joined
70 years ago under the ministry of
the church's first pastor. Rev. James
Thirteen ministers have served the
church as pastor. Three of them are
living. Dr. C. C. Coleman, pastor of
the Grace Baptist Church, Richmond,
Va.; the Rev. W. R. Flannagan, pastor
of the First Baptist Church, Onan
cock, Va., and the present pastor, the
Rev. Charles B. Austin, who has
served the church 15 >4 years.
The church has been at Thirty-first
and N streets N.W. for 70 years. It
has had two meeting houses, the first
having been dedicated October 11,
1868. The frame building was de
stroyed by fire February 9, 1899. The
present building was dedicated April
12, 1903.
First Baptist Church Topics Are
Announced by Dr. Edward
Hughes Pruden.
"Green Pastures’* will be the sub
ject of Dr. Edward Hughes Pruden
at the First Baptist Church tomorrow
morning, continuing his series of
sermons on "The Shepherd Psalm.”
In the evening he will speak on
"Prayerless Poverty." At the de
votional service Thursday evening his
subject will be "The Cure for Care.”
The beginners, primary and Junior
departments will furnish the program
at the children’s day exercises in the
Sunday school tomorrow morning.
There will be a trumpet solo by Angel
Carriles. The installation banquet of
the B. Y. P. U. will be held Saturday
evening at the George Mason Hotel,
Alexandria, with Dr. Pruden acting
as toastmaster and Thomas R. Wil
son, director of the B. Y. P. U„ in
charge of the installation ceremonies.
The principal address will be by
George R. Ruhl, president of the
District Federation of B. Y. P. U.
The Wigs and Queues Dramatic
Club has elected the following officers:
Jack Heather, president; Miss Frances
Vamell, vice president; Miss Evange
line Cowden, secretary, and Clarence
Kidd, treasurer.
Chevy Chase Baptists to Unite
With Other Churches for
Vesper Service.
At the Chevy Chase Baptist Church
tomorrow at 11 a.m. the Rev. Edward
O. Clark will preach on “The Soul's
East Window."
The church will unite with other
churches in the union vesper service
on the lawn of the Episcopal Church
at 7 p.m. The Rev. Henry Teller
Cocke will be the speaker.
The Junior Christian Endeavor So
ciety, under the leadership of Mrs.
Forest Sedgewick, counselor, will lead
the devotional service Thursday eve
ning. The topic will be “ Learning
to Pray,” with William Fielder pre
Dr. Taylor Will Preach at Two
Services Tomorrow.
At Central Presbyterian Ahurch to
morrow Dr. James H. Taylor will
preach in the morning on "The King
dom of God” and in the evenii^; on
"The Quest for God.”
The Woman’s Auxiliary will hold
its annual garden party Tuesday eve
The young people’s Friday night
class completed the course in church
history. A written test was held and
prizes were awarded to Misses Har
riette Weiler, Lucy Dority, Frances
Hansford. Dagmar Kollar, Isabell Mc
Cool and Susan Moore.
Dr. Phillips to Deliver Hia Last
Sermon Until August 14.
At the Church of the Epiphany to
morrow, the first Sunday after Trin
ity, Dr. Z. B. Phillips will preach at
11 a.m. This will be his last sermon
until August 14.
There will be the usual celebration
of the holy communion at 8 a.m. and
evening prayer and sermon by the
Rev. Mr. Fraser at 81 p.m.
There will be celebrations of the
holy communion on Thursday at 11
a.m., and Friday the feast of St. John,
Baptist, at the same time.
Dr. P. H. Furphy Will Address
Evidence Guild.
Dr. Paul Hanley Furphy, sociolo
gist and educator, will be the guest
speaker tomorrow at meeting of the
Washington Catholic Evidence Guild
in Franklin Park from 3 to 5 o’clock.
Francis H. Thornton, president, will
be chairman. Mrs. A (fries Stewart is
also scheduled to speak.
Dr. John Bowen will chair at the
meeting in Franklin Park from 7:30
to 8:30 o’clock, whose theme will deal
with the question, “Where Is Truth
Found?” Other speakers will be the
Misses Madeline Kane and Catherine
Jarboe and Clemens J. Poiesz. A third
meeting, to be held in Judiciary
Square from I to 8 o’clock, will be
under the chairmanship of Charlsi
A Lesson for the Week
Victory of the Victim
Shows Way Out for World.
MUSING upon this lesson theme, memory harks swiftly back to Trance
and to Macedonia and to Palestine, where rows upon rows, acres upon
acres, of little crosses mark the resting place of the soldier dead.
By some impulse deeper than reason the nations have chosen the
cross symbol for the fallen of the World War—Protestant England, once*
atheistic Trance, Catholic Italy. Orthodox Serbia, Rumania and Greece.
All accept the cross as the significant memorial of the men who have laid
down their lives for a cause.
Is It not becoming clear that only the cross will save our troubled
time? We have tried legislation and arbitration and war and a council of
nations; yet still the unrest of hu-«
inanity grows apace. All that wisdom
and law could do has been done, but
in vain. There is knowledge enough
in the world to save civilization, and
law enough, and material force
enough; nevertheless, organized so
ciety is In a desperate case today.
I am reminded of a spectacle which
I observed at Mount Sinai. Sur
mounting the Mountain of the Law,
and all of the surrounding peaks, are
iron crosses, erected centuries ago by
devout Greek monks from St. Kath
erine’s Monastery. At pains and per
scgial risk, they placed the symbol of
our faith upon those rocky peaks;
sensing the great
truth that the
Mountain of the
Law, without the
sign of love and
Sacrifice, is in
complete. Moses
is inadequate, ex
cept as he leads
to Christ. Mount
Sinai is bare and
barren; Mount
Calvary blossoms
with flowers.
Panicky persons
are crying for
more laws, more
force, more ma
W. T. Kill!.
chine guns, with which to meet the
menace of red radicalism.
Their plan is futile. Only a new
spirit in society, and in all classes
of society, can save us from this hate
begetting program of violence. That
is the spirit of the Cross. Of course,
we should deal vigorously with law
breakers, regardless of class; but even
when so doing the motive needs to
be the motive of Calvary, which is to
save. Love to the point of self-sacrifice
alone can deliver the world from the
menace of bitterness and selfishness
and vindictiveness and class-spirit.
The Unehastened Nations.
Real radicalism is, in a dictionary
sense, the getting down to the root of
things. The superficial thinking of
the Bolsheviks is not genuine radi
calism; it is the most obvious and
shallow sort of unrestrained self-in
terest. If the thinking people of today
would really turn radical they would
quickly perceive that at the root of a
successful social order, even as it was
put at the foundation of our constitu
tional democracy, there must be the
spirit of good will' to men. and of the
subordination of the desires of the
individual for the sake of the com
munity. True radicalism digs deep
until it comes to the cross foundation.
Apply that test to the times. The
common cry is that the world needs to
be reformed. Assuredly. And to be re
Bock Creek Parish Group to Have
Outing:—Church School Closes
The Bohanan Bible Class of Rock
Creek Parish will hold its annual pic
nic today at 5 p.m. on the rectory
The church school will have its clos
ing exercises tomorrow at 9:30 a.m.
Certificates will be awarded to two
classes, boys and girls, of both the
kindergarten and primary depart
ments. The kindergarten will sing
their special song, “Oive, Said the Lit
tle Stream.” Mrs. Christine Taylor's
class will receive the prise for having
the most perfect class record during
the year.
On June 22 twelve pupils who have
been awarded scholarships will leave
for the Shenandoah Conference at
Camp Overall, Va.
The annual picnic of the church
school will be held in Rock Creek
Park, between Longfellow and Ken
nedy streets N.W. Buses will leave
the parish house June 24 at 10 a.m.
and return at 6 p.m.
Dr. Bohanan will be the celebrant at
the service of communion at 8:30 a.m.
tomorrow and will preach at 11 a.m.
Dr. Emil Chinlund of Omaha
Deaconess' Institute to Aid
Augustana Lutheran.
The Rev. Dr. Emil Chinlund of
Omaha, Nebr., will preach the ser
mon tomorrow at 11 a.m. for the
Augustana Lutheran Church at 2400
Sixteenth street N.W. Dr. Chinlund
is the head of the Deaconess Insti
tute of the Lutheran Augustana
Synod of America. He will give the
principal address tomorrow evening
at a national all-Lutheran deaconess
conference in Philadelphia. The
liturgy at tomorrow morning's service
will be in charge of Dr. Arthur O.
Hjelm, pastor.
The Rev. Ralph Peterson of St.
Paul, Minn., will be the guest preacher
at the morning service June 26, when
it is expected many tercentenary
visitors from different parts of the
country also will be in attendance.
Min Ruth Darby to Conduct
Worship and Several Will
Speak at 11 A.M.
The annual youth service will be held
in the Mount Pleasant Congregational
Church tomorrow at 11 o'ctock. Miss
Ruth Darby will conduct the worship.
Short addresses on “The Church and
Youth Today” will be made by repre
sentatives of the three young people’s
societies, Miss Betsy Ross of the
forum, Douglas Stephenson of the
discussion group and John Irwin of
the 20-40 club.
The church school will hold its
final session at 9:30, with a com
munion service conducted for the
members, led by Rev. George A. Ack
The union services with the Uni
tarian and Unlversalist Churches will
start June 36 at All Souls' Church at
11 o’clock. Dr. U. B. B. Pierce will
made. Yes. And to be re-led. Doubt
leu. And to be reorganised. Admit
tedly. And to be re-educated. With
out question.
But beyond all these needs, and un
derlying them every one, is the all
pervading need that the world be
saved—saved from Itself and its old
self-centered nature, which the
preachers call sin; saved from foolish
leaders and fatuous reformers; saved
from theorists and demagogues; saved
from the heedleu followers of every
thing that is new, and saved from the
blind obscurantism which clings only
to what used to be.
War has not chastened humanity;
the depreulon has not chastened it;
nor yet hunger or cold or vast social
upheavals. Is it not time that we
turn aside from our cheap and futile
devices for bettering life and kneel
at the foot of the cross, where peace
has ever been found by the penitent?
We have failed to save ourselves; Why
not let the Christ save us? His yearn
ing for the world’s betterment is more
real than that of the most solicitous
publicist. If we could but hear, He still
is crying from His cross, “Come unto
Me, all ye that labor and are heavy
laden, and I will give you rest."
The Master Word.
The master word for our troubled
today is the Master’s word. In front
of a time that is engrossed in the
pursuit of more money, more leisure,
new pleasures, fresh sensations, trivial
and prideful gratifications. He holds
up the cross upon which He was up
holder "I, if I be lifted up, will
draw all men unto me.’’ The new
level of life we seek is the cross
level. It is salvation from sin that
is a more pressing need of the land
today that the need for lower prices
or for greater production or for social
and industrial peace. Once let the
world come to the foot of the cross,
and everything, yes, literally every
thing, that ails our sickly time will be
healed straightway.
To save the world it is necessary
to save the people in the world. And
when they pre saved from sin they
will be saved from everything that
Is the matter with our day. The
broken heart of the Savior will break
the proud and stubborn and wilful
hearts of all of us who are hurting
our generation. HU vast love will
drown our mUerable selfishness. What
saith the Scripture? “He died for
all that they that live should no
longer live unto themselves, but unto
Him who for their sakes died and
rose again.”
The Sunday school lesson far June
19 is "The Suffering Servant’’—Mark
Two Program* Will Be Preiented
Tomorrow Morning at Albright
Evangelical Church.
Sunday will be observed as chil
dren’s day at Albright Memorial
Evangelical Church. There will be
two identical children’s day programs
in the morning. The first program
will be presented at 9:45 a.m. The
second program will be presented at
the church service at 11 o'clock.
The little girl to be crowned queen
remains unknown until the hour when
she is ushered in for her coronation
by the Spirit of Christianity. Eath
department of the children’s division
of the Sunday school will represent
a flower and the children will be gor
geously costumed. Bette Foote, Jean
Beltz, Guy Cogswell and Tommy
Browning are on the program.
At the 11 o’clock service there will
be a baptism for children and at each
service a brief children’s day medita
tion. At 8 p.m. the spirit of chil
dren’s day will be continued with vari
ous children taking part in the serv
ice. The discussion will center around
the theme “Neighborliness and
Christian Hospitality.”
On Friday night the annual choir
music festival will be held, under the
direction of Mrs. Martha Boyd Mac
Connell. Assisting the three Albright
choirs will be the Fabian Glee Club
of Baltimore, Md., under the direc
tion of the Rev. C. Carroll Bailey.
Calvary M. E. Pastor to Speak at
Morning Service—Reception
Planned Thursday.
The Rev. Orris Gravenor Robinson,
minister of the Calvary M. E. Church
will preach at the 11 o'clock service
tomorrow. The senior choir, under
the directon of Louis A. Potter, will
sing. The evening service has been
discontinued for the summer.
On Thursday evening the official
board and members of the church will
tender a reception to the Rev. Mr.
and Mrs. Robinson. Dr. G. Ellis
Williams, superintendent of the
Washington District, add Mrs. Wil
liams, and Orlando H. Smith, presi
dent of the Board of Trustees, and
Mrs. Smith will also be In the re
ceiving line. Friends of Calvary
Church are invited.
The Calvary Evening W. F. M. S.
will meet for supper Wednesday at 6
o’clock at the Martha Washington
Seminary, 3640 Sixteenth street N.W.
Baccalaureate for Wilson College
at Immaculate Conception.
The baccalaureate service of the
Wilson Teachers’ College will take
place at the Church of the Immacu
late Conception tomorrow at 5 p.m.
The organist will be the Rev. Harry
Wheaton Howard and the musical
program will be rendered by the Boy
Choristers, under the direction of
C. A. Benson.
The invocation will be by the Rev.
George Johnson of the Catholic Uni
versity. The sermon will be by the
Rev. John Keating Cartwright, and
there will be an address by the Rev.
Lawrence Shehan of St. Patrick's
Ctareh. 4
Mt. Vernon Place M. E.
Church Will Observe 69th
Mount Vernon Place M. E. Church
South will celebrate the «9th anni
versary of 1U founding with a pro
gram at the morning service, which
will feature an address by the Sec
retary of Commerce, Daniel C. Roper,
who Is a trustee and member of the
Boat'd of Stewards of the church.
He will speak on "Why Oo to Church?"
Bolitha J. Laws, newly-appointed Jus
tice of the District Court, will pay
a tribute to the memory of Mrs. W.
V. Tudor, widow of the first pastor
of Mount Vernon Place Church; Mrs.
Tudor died during the present year.
Arthur E. Martin, chairman of the
Board of Stewards, will speak on "The
Program of Our Church.” Judge Eu
gene Black, chairman of the Board
of Tax Appeals, will lead the morn
ing prayer.
Dr. Rustin, pastor, will preach In
the evening on "The Greatness of
The primary department, under the
supervision o* Mrs. Rossell E. Mit
chell, will have a three-hour program
at 9:30 a.m., which will care for the
children age 6 to 9 for both Sunday
school and church hour. John T.
Hicks will speak at the adult divi
sion service* at 9:30 on "Teachers as
Officers of the Church”; Lillie Clay
ton Garrett, contralto, will sing. Judge
Eugene Black will also address the
A.. B. Pugh Class on “The Suffering
Servant.” Senior, young people's and
younger adult departments will hold
evening meetings at 7 o'clock.
The Board of Christian Education
will meet Monday at 8 p.m. Dr. Rus
tin will speak at the prayer meeting
Thursday at 8 p.m. on “Methodism
and Social Questions."
Rev. R. Paul Schearrer to Preach
on ‘What Religion I»’ at
Takoma Park.
The Rev. R. Paul Schearrer will
preach in the Takoma Park Presby
terian Church tomorrow at 11 o'clock,
when he will give the first in a series
of two sermons on the theme "The
Nature and Function of Religion.”
Hi* subject tomorrow will be "What
Religion Is.” The evening service is
discontinued until fall.
Instead of the several young peo
ple’s group meetings a combined
young people's service will be held to
morrow at 7 o'clock. Carl Easton will
be in charge and an illustrated talk on
the Asheville Parm School will be
The junior department will have its
picnic Friday in Rock Creek Park.
Pupils are asked to assemble at the
church at 1:30 o'clock.
The Boy Scouts, Troop 33, will leave
on their annual trek to Laurel Lake,
Pa., early Saturday morning. The
young people who will attend the con
ference at Hood College will leave. Jor
Hood College on Saturday afternoon.
Hunt** ‘Light of the World' to Be
Seen at Ninth Street
At Ninth Street Christian Church
the Rev. Clifford H. Jope will preach
at 11 a.m. tomorrow on "What Is
Father Doing?” The choir will sine.
The junior church, under the lead
ership of Andrew Shannon, will meet
in the church house.
The second in a series of three pic
ture interpretations will be given at
7:45 p.m. by the pastor. The picture
to be used is Holman Hunt's "The
Light of the World.” A copy will be
given to each person in attendance.
The choir will sing.
Prayer meeting will be held Thurs
day at 7:30 p.m.
A meeting of the officers, teachers
and workers of the Bible school will
be held at th* church on Friday. J. A.
Scott, general Bible school superinten
dent, will be in charge of the business;
Miss Vesta Orrick will lead the de
votions, during which Mrs. Colsten
and Mr. Jope will sing a duet. "Unity
of the Church and Bible School” will
be the subject of an open forum led
by the Rev. Mr. Jope.
‘If You Were Twenty’ la Topic
of Rev. J. H. Hollister.
The Rev. J. Hillman Hollister will
preach tomorrow morning at Chevy
Chase Presbyterian Church on "If
You Were Twenty.”
Delegates to the Frederick Young
People’s Conference will meet at 7:30
p.m. for an inspirational service. The
Collegians are spending this week end
at Capon Lake Inn', Intermorit, W. Va.,
under the leadership of Dr. and Mrs.
William Blum.
The Wednesday Night Summer Club
for young people over high school age
will have an outing at Kensington
Cabin Wednesday evening, leaving
the church house at 7:30.
Sacrament to Be Administered at
Two Services.
The sacrament of the holy com
munion will be administered at Zion
Lutheran Church at 8 a.m. and at 11
a.m. The Rev. Edward G. Goetz will
speak briefly on “Bread.” Beginning
June 19, and continuing during July
and August, the worship services will
be held at 8 a.m. and at 11 a.m. each
An important congregational busi
ness meeting will be held in the chapel
Wednesday night.
Bev. N. C. Acton to Give First
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Sermon at St. John’s.
The Rev. Nathaniel C. Acton, new
assistant at St. John’s Church, Six
teenth and H streets N.W., will be
the special preacher at the 11 o’clock
service on Sunday. He was ordained
to the diaconate last Monday by
Bishop Taitt of Pennsylvania, in the
Church of the Hedy Apostles, Philadel
There will be a celebration of the
Who was ordained in the Do
minican Order at St. Joseph’s
Seminary on Wednesday, will
say his first mass tomorrow at
St. Dominic’s Catholic Church.
Wide World Photo.
Baptist Memorial Pastor to
Speak on ‘Our Source
of Supply.’
Dr. Gove Griffith Johnson, pastor of
the National Baptist Memorial Church,
will preach tomorrow morning on
"Our Source of Supply." At 8 p.m.
the Rev. A. Lincoln Smith, assistant
pastor, just returned from his vacation,
will preach on "The Joy of Restora
tion." At the services there will be
present W. O. Vaught, State B. S. U.
secretary of Missouri, and a large
group of students from that State,
On Thursday evening the topic will
be "Ridgecrest Night," and the young
people will bring echoes from that
B. Y. P. U. assembly.
The registration program for the
| 12th annual session of the summer
Bible school will be given at the
church on Friday from 3 to 5 p.m.
The school will open its first session
June 27 at 9 a.m. and continue in
session three weeks for five days each
week, and from 9 a m. to noon each
day. The school is free to all young
people up to the age of 17 years.
Home From Lynchburg Sessions,
He Will Preach Sunday on
‘The Ideal Father.’
The pastor of Francis Asbury M. E.
Church South, the Rev. Albert P.
Shirkev, has just returned from
Lynchburg, Va.. where he has been
the platform speaker for the Young
People’* Assembly of the Virginia
Conference. He will speak at the 11
o'clock service on "The Ideal Father.”
At 7:30 p.m. he will address the 4-H
Club camp delegates in an outdoor
service on the Monument Grounds.
Dr. H. W. Burgan. pastor of Hamline
Church, will speak on "At Jacob's
At 7 o'clock two representatives of
the young people's department, Edgar
Beery and William Leffler, will speak
to the young people of Foundry M. E.
| Church on ‘‘The Background of the
Methodist Episcopal Church South"
and "V7hat the Young People Think
j of Unidcstion.”
On Thursday at the prayer service
at 8 o'clock the Rev. Mr. Shirkey will
speak on "Be Ye Steadfast.”
The Rev. Raymond W. White to
Outline ^Program for Year
Thursday Evening.
“Faithful Fathers” will be the sub
ject of the Rev. Raymond W. White,
pastor of Rhode Island Avenue M. P.
Church. Sunday morning. Father’s
Day will be observed. The pastor
will preach in the evening on “Chan
nels or Barriers.” Special music will
be featured by the Young People's
Chorus on both occasions.
“Love’s Supreme Sacrifice” will be
the subject in the Men’s Bible Class
at 9:40 a.m., led by the pastor.
On Thursday night the pastor will
conduct the service. The pastor, who
has been recently appointed for an
other year, will outline his program.
This will be a congregational meeting.
The Intermediate camp for boys
and girls between the ages of 12 and
14 will open June 27. The camp will
be held at Western Maryland College
and in co-operation with the Balti
more Conference Board of Education
of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Appointments in the local church will
be announced tomorrow.
Will Address Hen’s Bible Class
at Brightwood Park.
At 9:45 a.m. tomorrow MaJ. Her
bert Decker will speak before the
Men’s Wesley Bible Class of the
Brightwood Park M. E. Church. The
Rev. 8. Carroll Coale will preach at
11 a.m. on “Personal Response to
the Authority of Christ.” At this
service there will be a story for the
children on “Beautiful Faces." At
the twilight sermon hour he will
speak on “The World at Jesus’ Door.”
At 6:45 p.m., the Epworth League
will meet. Robert R. Dawson, a stu
dent for the ministry at the Colum
bia Bible College, Columbia, 8. C-.
will address the group.
The Woman's Home Missionary So
ciety and the Women’s Foreign Mis
sionary Society will hold a joint meet
ing on Monday evening. The Men’s
Wesley Bible Class will hold a busi
ness meeting at a garden party at
the home of M. E. R. Craig, 6706
Ward place, Silver Spring, Md.
Youth Assembly.
Vice President and Mrs. H. TJ. Roop
of Columbia College of Christian Ed
ucation, 1708 Massachusetts avenue
N.W., will attend the youth assembly,
June 20 to June 30, at Mount Gret
na, Pa., where Dr. Roop will deliver
10 addresses on the general theme
"Wh|t Shall I Do With MP life?”
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Woodrow Wilson Seniors
Will Hear Address by
Dean Powell.
Members of the graduating class at
Woodrow Wilson High School will at
tend the people’s evensong sendee in *
Washington Cathedral tomorrow at 4
p.m., when the Very Rev. Noble C.
Powell, dean of the Cathedral and
warden of the College of Preachers,
will deliver the baccalaureate address.
Canon Edward S. Dunlap will be
the preacher at the celebration of the
holy communion at-11 a.m., when spe
cial prayers will be offered in com
memoration of the 723d anniversary
of the sealing of Magna Charts at
Runnymede. This historic event in
the reign of King John is represented
in one of the principal carvings on .
the Canterbury pulpit recently in- ‘
stalled in the crossing of the Cathe
Music for the 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
services will be furnished by the
Cathedral choir of men and boys, im
mediately after these services there
will be pilgrimages through the Cathe
dral. The public portion of the bish
op's garden will be open from noon
to 2 p.m. Holy communion is at 7:30
and 9:30 a.m.
The wives of delegates to the con
vention for the American Institute of
Electrical Engineers will make a pil
grimage to the Cathedral next Tues
day at 10 a.m. under the direction of
Mrs. Roland Whitehurst, one of the
volunteer pilgrim aides.
The Pilgrim Aides will hold their
final meeting before the summer va
cation season Tuesday evening at the
home of Mrs. Richard W. Hynson,
3435 Thirty-fourth place N.W., when
plans for welcoming thousands of
summer visitors to the Cathedral will
be discussed.
Laymen's League Will Sponsor
Episcopal Members’ Visit
to St. John's.
Under the auspice* of the Laymen’s
I League of the Diocese of Washington
: a pilgrimage for members of the
: Episcopal Church and their friends
| will be made June 26 to St. John’s
Church, Bradley lane and Wisconsin
avenue In Bethesda, of which the
Rev, Joseph E. Williams is rector. The
program will begin with the regular
sen-ice of morning prayer at 11 a m ,
when William Tyler Page, author of
“The American Creed,” will deliver '
an address.
| Following box luncheons, brought
| by each family and eaten on the
I church grounds, there will be three
group conferences beginning at 2 p.m.,
one on the Woman’s Auxiliary, led by
Miss Florence Hyde; one on the
church school, led by S. A. Wood, and
one on men's work in the church, led
by Ogle R. Singleton.
Eugene E. Thompson of Epiphany
Parish, national president of the
Laymen’s League of the Episcopal
Church, will make the address at the
service of evening prayer, beginning
at 3 p.m. m
J. C. Benzing. president of the
Laymen’s League in St. John’s Parish,
Bethesda, and Jesse A. Lay. chairman
of the Pilgrimage Committee, join
with Mr. Williams in extending an
invitation to members of other parishes
*■ participate.
Service at Grace Lutheran Church
Will Be Last Before Start
of Summer Schedule.
Services tomorrow at Grace Luth
eran Church will be the last before the
beginning of the summer schedule.
At the 11 a.m. service holy communion
will be celebrated and new members
received. Dr. Gerhard Lenski will
preach on "The Importance of Chris
tian Living." Charter Heslep, tenor,
will be the special soloist.
At 6 p.m. the Senior and Junior
Luther Leagues will join with other
Luther Leagues of American Lutheran
Churches in a ‘ sunset’’ service on
the church site of Christ Lutheran
Church. Bethesda, Md. Music will be
furnished by the Grace Lutheran
Leagues, under the direction of Harry
Dr. Lenski will attend the annual
sessions of the Eastern District of the
American Lutheran Church In New
York City next week.
Will Talk to Presbyterian* in
Place of Dr. McCartney, Away
to See Son Graduate.
In the absence of Dr. A. J. McCart
ney, pastor of Covenant-First Presby
terian Churdh, who is in Princeton,
N. J„ attending the graduation of
his son, Benjamin Conkling Mc
Cartney, the Rev. Samuel R. Allison
will preach tomorrow morning on
‘‘Anchors of the Soul.”
The Covenant Fellowship will con
tinue its meetings throughout the
summer. The meeting will be held at
7 o'clock in the chapel, preceded by
supper and social at 6 o’clock. Mr.
Allison will speak before the Covenant
Fellowship on ‘‘My Trip to the Holy
The Bev. James H. Miers to Speak
on Life’s Struggle.
At Fourth Presbyterian Church st
11 s.m. tomorrow the Rev. James H.
Miers will preach on “Life’s Eternal
Struggle.” At 7 p.m. he will speak
in his series of discussions of the plan
of God in human history upon the
offering of Isaac. At 8 pm. he will
speak on “Christ’s Oneness With God
On Monday evening Dr. Miers will
begin a discussion of the controversy
of the Sabbath. “Should Saturday Be
the Christian’s Rest Day?"
On Thursday at 7 p.m. there will be
the weekly intercessory prayer clinic,
special prayers for healing, and there
will be a discussion of various life dif
ficulties. At 8 the regular church
prayer meeting. The subject, “Pio
neering in the Christian Preaching
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