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'Help God Can Give'
To Be Sermon Topic Of Rev. Schearrer Presbyterian Church In Takoma Park Lists Week's Program The Rev. R. Paul Schearrer will preach at 11 a m. tomorrow In the Takoma Park Presbyterian Church on "The Help Our God Can Give.” Tn the evening there will be a mu sical service. The Young People’s Class will be led by Lee Adkins and the Brother hood Class by Dr. William H. Walk er. The pastor will conduct his Communicants' Class at 10 a m. At 4 p.m. the Senior High C. E. Cabinet will meet at the home of John Hol lowell and the three young people’s societies will hold meetings at 7 p.m. The Mother Gordon Class will be entertained Monday evening at the home of Mrs. H. H. Harrigan. At 11 a m. Wednesday a meeting of the Woman's Society will be held. The Rev. D. Hobart Evans of the Hyatts ville Presbyterian Church will speak. Wednesday evening the pastor will give the first of his series of mid week lenten addresses on the gen eral theme. “Techniques for Living.” His subject will be "With One's Own Self.” The annual turkey dinner of the Brotherhood Club will be held at <5:30 p.m. Friday. Dr. Oscar Black welder. pastor of the Lutheran Church of the Reformation, will be guest speaker. Thursday members of the Dis trict branch of the Takoma Park Red Cross will sew. Dr. C. E. Hawthorne Preaching in Ohio Dr. C. E. Hawthorne, pastor of the Wallace Memorial United Presby terian Church, is conducting a series of meetings February 13-20 in the First United Presbyterian Church, East Liverpool. Ohio. In his absence tomorrow the pulpit will be occupied at 11 a.m. by the Rev. Dr. R. B. Kuiper of Westminster Seminary, Philadelphia. The Senior Christian Endeavor Society will take charge of the service at 8 pun. The church will be hosts to the District Junior C. E. Union rally at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow. The Inter mediate C. E. Society will meet at 4:30 p.m. On Monday evening a class is con ducted by Miss Anna Morton for in struction in Red Cross knitting at the home of Mrs. C. R. Frazer. The Extension Committee will meet Monday at 7 p.m. The Nemoin Missionary Society will meet Tues day evening at the home of Miss Eleanor Corbin. On Wednesday eve ning the Bethella Shaw Guild wfli meet at the home of Mrs. Etta Coveil. The Thursday evening serv ice will be conducted by the Rev. E. H. Thompson. Baltimore Minister At Eldebrooke Church The Rev Charles E. Subock. jr., of the Orems Methodist Church of Baltimore, Md, will be the guest preacher at Eldbrooke Methodist Church tomorrow at 11 am. Dr. Walter M. Michael will preside. The choir will sing. At 7 pm. the Junior High, Senior High and Young Adult Fellowship Groups meet. '■Knowing Our Strength” is the theme of Dr. Michael at 8 p.m. In connection with the joint lenten services of the four Method ist churches in this section of North west Washington the Ash Wednes day service will be held in this church at 8 p.m., with the celebra tion of the Lord’s Supper. Dr. Clifford H. Richmond, pastor of the Chevy Chase Methodist Church, will give the communion address. On Thursday at 10 a m., meeting of the Red Cross unit. Emory Methodist Church To Observe Youth Sunday Dr. Edgar C. Beery, minister of Emory Methodist Church, will speak at 11 a.m. on “The Evangelistic Cross," and at 8 p.m. on “Products of the Master Craftsman.” The young people’s choir will sing at both services. Emory’s Boy Scout troop will attend the 11 a m. service; Leroy Swab, scoutmaster. The Youth Fellowship will have a buffet supper at 6:30 p.m. Mem bers of Circle No. 1 of the W. S. C. 6. will serve as hostesses. The Wesleyan Class will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. TheVWoman's Society of Christian Service will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. There will be a dinner. for the Church School Workers’ Conference on Thursday at 6:30 pm., followed by discussions on evangelism. The choir will hold its annual banquet on Saturday at the Blue Willow Inn. Theosophical Leader Gives Farewell Lecture Mrs. Hazel Blackburn Bums, sec retary of Washington Lodge, will make her farewell appearance at 1216 H street N.W. at 8 p.m. to morrow to speak on “The Out breathing and Inbreathing, of Brahm.” She will go to St. Peters burg, Fla. The weekly class In “The Temple Wisdom,” conducted by her and Mr. Harry D. Appleby, is = dis continued. " , The class in “Concentration and Meditation,” conducted by Mrs. Harriet B. Mercer, meeting on Tues day. will hereafter meet on Friday^ at 8 pm. Pragmatic Class, con-' ducted by Mrs. Lillian F. Boatman, is on Thursday at 8 pm. Today from 3 to 8 pm. Goodwill Fellow ship will have a Valentine day social, and from 8 to 9 p.m. the New Age Groupe will meet. Tomor row at 6:30 pm. the Christian Mystic Class will continue studies of "Prophetic Light on the World Transformation.” with a talk on Newton N. Riddell by Mrs. J. M. Stearns. ' Dr. Hjelm to Preach On The Lenten Call' “The Lenten Call” will be the theme of Dr. Arthur O. Hjelm to morrow morning in the Augustana Lutheran Church. The Board of Deacons will meet Tuesday night at the parsonage. A meeting of the Music Committee will be held Wednesday night at the heme of Mrs. Harold Hegstrom. The Luther League will hold a aocial and business meeting Thurs day night. Floyd Anderson will t preside. : THE REV. PAUL WILBUR. Episcopal Church Plans Special Rites Wednesday A special service will be held at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church at 8 p.m. on Ash Wednesday. The Rev. Paul Wilbur, rector of the Church of St. Stephen and the Incarnation, will be the guest preacher. Members of the armed forces will be entertained at a dance in the parish hall tonight under the spon sorship of the '‘20-30” Club and the Recurs' Aid. On Sunday, at 7:30 a.m.. Holy Communion will be celebrated. The Rev. Armand T. Eyler, will preach at 11 a.m. The Young People's Fellowship will meet at 7:30 p.m. Holy Communion will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Thursday, and Friday a special lenten service for members of the church school will be held at 4:30 p.m. Metropolitan Church To Observe Annual Boy Scout Sunday Boy Scout Sunday will be ob served tomorrow in the Metropoli tan Memorial Methodist Church, with the American University Troop 666, H. L. Guiney, scoutmas ter, attending in a body. The Rev. Edward G. Latch will preach on ' Be Prepared.” The Pastor's Preparatory Class will meet at 3 pm., and at 4 p.m. the Junior League will meet. At 5:30 p.m. the senior young people will meet. On Tuesday at 8 p.m. the Wes leyan Service Guild. Dr. Mary Hol mes. president, will meet at th* home of Mrs. Laura Decker. Circle No. 1 will meet Thursday at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. C. B. Heine raann, with Mrs. H. M. Roberts and Mrs. C. Camalier assisting. Metropolitan is co-operating in the union Methodist services held each evening next week. On Mon day the Rev. Walter M. Michael will preach at the Chevy Chase Methodist Church: Tuesday, the Rev. Edward G. Latch at Wesley Methodist Church; Ash Wednesday, holy communion will be observed with the meditation by the Rev. Clifford H. Richmond; Thursday, Dr. Harris E. Klrke. minister of the Franklin Street Presbyterian Church. Baltimore, Md., at Wesley Methodist Church; Friday, the Rev. Clarence E. Wise at the Metropoli tan Memorial Methodist Church. Six Churches Combine For Lenten Services Six churches of the North Wash ington area, including the North Washington-Highlands Church, will hold union midweek services each week during Lent. The first of these services will be held at 8 pm. Wednesday at the Sixth Presby terian Church. Hie Rev. William Pierpont, pastor of St. Paul’s Meth odist Church, will be the speaker. The Rev. Henry J. Smith, pastor of the North Washington Baptist Church, will have for his subject to morrow at 11 a.m.. “Recharging Our Vitalities.” and at 7:45 p.m.. "Axless Men.” The Baptist Training Union groups will meet at 6:45 pm. The women’s organization will hold a covered dish luncheon at 1 pm. Wednesday at the home of Mr. Jean Holland. The Red Crass unit will meet for sewing on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hol land. Plan Memorial Service For Rev. D. F. Rivers A Memorial service for the late Rev. David'Foote Rivers will be held at the Berean Colored Baptist Church tomorrow at 11 a.m., with Howard Thrasher presiding. The Rev.*L. C. Collins will give the openinglprayer and remarks will be made by W. Spurgeon Burke. Tribute wilhbe paid by Mrs. M. Ot winer De Mond, Jesse J. Madden, Dr. Albert Johnson and Mrs. Alive N. Williams. The eulogy will be given by Dr. W. Stuart Nelson, dean, school of religion. Howard Univer sity. Others who will speak are the Rev. Dr. Walter H. Brooks and the Rev. J. L. S. Holloman. Fountain Memorial Holding Study Course The Rev. W. B. King will preach at the Fountain Memorial Baptist Church tomorrow at 11 am. on “The Great Emancipator” and at 8 p.m. on “The Keys to the Kingdom.” The B. T. U. meets at 6:45 pm. 1 A study course Is being conducted ‘on Sunday evenings. The church <will broadcast tonight over the “Baptist Hour,” Station WWDC, at 0»:30 p.m. (due to the President’s broadcast the time has been changed from 7 pm.). Hie pastor will speak on “Two Great Parties." The Thursday night service has been changed to 7:30 o’clock. Dr.’, Marshall to Preach ;t ni wio new xuiw nvcuuc ncouy~ terianfrChurch tomorrow at 11 am. the Rev. Dr. Peter Marshall will speak «pn “Render Unto Caesar.” The cnBir will sing. At 6 pm. he will have for his ^subject "The Laughter of Heawen." VThe chorus will sing. The poun*people will meet for tea at 5530 pm. Following the tea, the. Lincetn Fellowship Forum will meet. Th* jjpung people’s depart? ment and 'Upxte group also will meet. All young people are invited. On Thursday evening Dr. Evans will conduct ^the service. A Dr. Pruden to Preach At Three Services At First Baptist Youth Room Dedication Tomorrow Evening; Other Church Notes "The Gospel of Forgiveness" will be the subject of Dr. Edward Hughes Pruden tomorrow at both morn ing services at First Baptist Church. The Youth Choir will sing at 9:45 a.m. and the Senior Choir at 11. At * p.m. Dr. Pruden will preach on "So You’re Going to Be Mar ried! Where?”, the third of a series. The Chapel Choir will sing. The B. Y. P. U. 'wlll meet at 6 pm. The pastor and Young People’s Department wiU dedicate the new Youth Room at 5:30 pm. On Monday night there will be an Executive Council meeting. The White Cross will meet with Miss Winfield in the Luther Rice Building on Wednesday at 11 am. The Woman’s Council of the Washington Federation of Churches will meet at this church at 11 a.m. Friday. 'Lo, the Poor Parasite' Topic of Dr. $. R. Brooks ’’Lo. the Poor Parasite” Is the sub ject of Dr. Seth R. Brooks, minister of the Universallst National Memo rial Church, tomorroyfl’at 11 a.m. The National Capital Choir will sing. The adult class will hear Mrs. Robert D. Rands speak on “The Dutch East Indies” at 10 am. The Young People’s Christian Union will meet at 7 p.m. There will be Red Cross and wel fare sewing on Monday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The Women's Association and the Man- Campbell Rice Circle will hold a joint supper meeting Wednesday at 6 p.m.. followed by the. annual womens dedication service. The Cercle Francais will meet Thursday at 8:30 p.m. There will be Red Cross and wel fare sewing on Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 pm. in the church and at the home of Miss Clara B. Pitcher, from 7 to 10 pm. Dr. Brooks will be the noonday preacher next week at historic King's Chapel, Boston, Mass. 'The Spirit of Lincoln! Is Dr. Johnson's Topic Dr. Gove G. Johnson, pastor of National Baptist Memorial Church, announces as the topic at 11 am. tomorrow “The Spirit of Lincoln.” using the famous words “With malice toward none-” as the key theme. “Begin Anew Today” is the sermon subject of the Rev. A..Lin coln Smith, assistant pastor, for the evening service. Young people from three of the training unions will assist in the service. The Young People’s Federation of the District will have a supper at 6:30 pm. Tuesday at the church. The Bible School Board dinner will be held at 6 pm. Thursday. Marshal Baker will deliver a special message in song. The pastor’s class for boys and girls meets at 7 pm. Thursday. Northeast Mission Report to Be Given In connection with the drive, to raise $6,000 to liquidate a mortgage on the Northeast Rescue Mission, 1340 H street N.E.. a progress report meeting will be held Tuesday eve ning at the Douglas Memorial Methodist Church. Captains from the various churches will give re ports. The mission, not under the Com munity Chest, is supported by voluntary contributions. Thawley L. Holmes is the superintendent. _. I Christian Science ‘ Soul” is the subject of the lesson sermon in all the Churches of Christ, Scientist, tomorrow at 11 am. and 8 p.m. Sunday school is at II a.m. All are invited to at tend the church services, including the Wednesday evening meetings at 8 o’clock. Among the citations which com prise the lesson-sermon is the fol lowing from the Bible: “Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God Is one Lord: And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thine heart and with all thy soul and with all thy might.” (Deuteronomy, vt.4, 5.) The lesson-sermon also includes the following passage from the Christian Science textbook. “Science and Health With Key to the Scrip tures,” by Mary Baker Eddy: “Only by losing the false sense of soul can we gain the eternal unfolding of life as immortality brought to light” (page 335). Unity SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON. D. C. ; SIS 14th St.. »nd Floor. Stella Langford. Leader. 11:00 am—"The Salt of the Earth." Tuesday. 8 p.m.—"Ears That Hear.” Thursday. 8 pm.—"He Shall C.l»e His Anreis Charge Over Thee." Chapel efaWashington Christian Institute.* The Week in Religion New Phase of Co-operation U/ged As Brotherhood Week Opens V By Religious News Service. 1 "Eleventh hour" co-operation of the three major fafltihs against the "spread of totalitarian pseudo-religions" was urged this week by outstand ing leaders of those faiths at the Columbia University Conference on Religion In the Modem World. \ Dr. Henry Smith Leiper, foreign secretary of the Federal Council of Churches', asserted that religion is under attack because of its past failures —because it is divisive in a worlds that desperately wants unity. He pointed out that religion Is set over against a group of pseudo religions which are dynamic and are winning many converts from the old established faiths. The representatives of Judaism and Christianity have been losing the battle, he said, because they have been concentrating on their differ ences instead of the things they hold in common. The appeal for religious co-opera tion came on the eve of the opening of Brotherhood Week which will be observed February 15-22 under the auspices of Protestant, Catholic and Jewish groups in ' communities throughout the country. The pur pose of Brotherhood Week is to en courage co-operation among mem bers of the three faiths and to com bat prejudice and intolerance. Agreements Stressed. Leaders of the Brotherhood Week observance are aware that In the effort to uphold the right of free dom of religion and the right of all individuals to express their full faith there has been a tendency to place the emphasis upon differences and freedom to maintain these dif ferences. This, they feel has dis tracted attention from the areas of agreement among Protestants, Catholics and Jews. Because America is at war and in view of attempts being made to divide Americans along the lines of race and religion these leaders believe it to be highly important, however, that a statement be made at this time emphasizing religious beliefs that are held In common by Americans of all three faiths. They have accordingly circulated in many hundreds of American com munities a declaration of funda mental religious beliefs shared by Protestants, Catholics and Jews. This statement is the first of Its kind in the Nation’s history. It has been signed by leaders of the three faiths in each community and will be made public tomorrow, the open ing of Brotherhood Week. The statement is careful to ex plain that it is' not intended to set forth the complete faith of any of the signers and specifically affirms the loyalty of each signer to the beliefs of the group to which he belongs. This statement, observers believe, may inaugurate a new phase in the movement for amity and co-opera tion among Protestants. Catholics and Jews—an emphasis upon agree ments to balance a proper emphasis upon the right to differ. Missionary Advance Predicted. The greatest missionary advance in the history' of Christianity fol lowing the present war was pre dicted this week by two Presbyterian leaders recently returned from a six-month tour of mission fields in Hawaii, the Philippines, Thailand, India and French West Africa. The two churchmen are Dr. Phil lips Packer Elliot of Brooklyn, N. Y„ and Dr. Charles T. Leber, sec retary of the Board of Foreign Mis sions of the Presbyterian Church, U. S. A. They said that native Christians are taking the lead ir this advance and are setting the world an exam ple of interdenominational unity, which the American church ‘'must follow or die.” Both leaders reported a new spirit of religious unity and co-operation in India, stressing the increasing good will and tolerance among Sikhs, Mohammedans and Chris tians. Foreign Notes. The Nazis have found a new way to circumvent the influence of Nor wegian bishops who oppose German domination of their country. Instead of issuing orders to clergy men in the normal manner through the bishops—the Quislingite Department of Ecclesiastical Affairs now issues its regulations direct to the ministers themselves. When the bishops registered a protest they were informed that In the future church affairs will be conducted without the advice of church leaders. The Catholic clergy in Zagreb, Croatia, are reported to be wearing the six-pointed Jewish star on their coat sleeves as a means of protest utyrnaapliij Sunday. February 15. 8:15 P.M. "CAUSE OF SORROW." STUDY CLASS. WED., 8:15. Library. San.-Wed., 7:30; SaL. 1:30-4. United Lodge of Theosophists Hill Mdc.. 17th aid Eya Sta. N.W. No Does. Fees or Collections. Sunday, Feb. 15. at 8 P.M. “Oatbreathing and In breathing of Brahm.” HAZEL B. BURNS • Sunday. 6:30 n m.—MYSTIC CLASS. Thursday. 8 p m.—PRAGMATIC CLASS. Friday. 8 p.m.—MEDITATION CLASS. Sat .1 pm:—GOODWILL FELLOWSHIP. R p.m—NEW AGE GROUP. Library Open Dally. 4:45 to 8 P.M. WASHINGTON LODGE T. S. 1216 H ST. N.W. Memorial &?ruirr iHrmorial &rrmrr LINCOLN MEMORIAL SERVICE New York Avenue Presbyterian Church Lincoln’s Church While President Thirteenth and New York Ave. N.W. 3 O'Clock SUNDAY AFTERNOON, Feb. 15th REV. PETER MARSHALL, D. D., Pastor Speakers: V Honorable fEdwin C. Johnson, Senator, Colorado Honorable Edward H. Rees, Congressman, Kansas "LIQUOR MIGHT HAVE DEFENDERS, BUT HAS NO ’DEFENSE."—A. Lincoln While President of the United States, Mr. Lincoln faced the liquor traffic under war conditions. He dealt with it firmly. The liquor question is before us’m the y~ WORLD WAR FORi) FREEDOM What Will We Do About It? STOP DRINKING-DRIVING IN OUR DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA DEFEND OUR DEFENDERS—SAVE WORLD FREEDOM Under auspices Citizens Committee of The United Dry Forces of the District of Columbia THOS. E. BOORDE, Chairman * " * ing indignities against the Jews by the Nazi regime. , The Roman Catholic hierarchy is said to be vigorously oppivsihg the Nazis. • When Canon Loncar of \Zagreb was sentenced to death the\head of the Croatian Church, ArchHfshop Stepinac. led his bishops in a^x>dy to protest to the authorities. Subsequently, according to Sodnl Demokraten, a Stockholm pa Loncar’s sentence was commute 20 years of penal servitude. Dr. Frederick Brown Harris, pas-i tor of the Foundry Methodtsw Church of Washington, has become chairman of the Korean-American Council, an organization of Ameri can citizens who are interested in the fight of Korea to obtain inde pendence from Japan. Dr. Harris is a long-time friend of Dr. Syngman Rhee, father of the Korean Republic and leader of the 1919 revolt against Japan. Dr. Rhee is now in this country seek ing recognition of the Korean Re public. The provisional government of the Korean Republic has been granted sanctuary in Chungking by Gen. Chiang Kai-shek. Quinquagesima Sunday At Luther Place Quinquagesima Sunday's sermon topic at Luther Place Memorial Church will be, "God’s Way Is the Best Way,” with Dr. Charles B. Foelsch preaching. The choirs will sing. The junior church will be conducted bv the assistant pastor, the Rev. Carl W. Folkemer. at 10:20 a.m. The Young People's Luther League meets at 7 p.m. and the senior and intermediate leagues at 5.30 pm. Mrs. George R. Eberly will be hostess to the Bible class on Mon day evening. Cars leave the church at 7:30 p.m. The first of three mission study groups will be conducted Tuesday, beginning at 7:45 pm. Mrs. Harold Beatty will speak on "Seed and Soil." The Ash Wednesday service at 8 p.m. will usher in a period of self denial and the cultivation of a more vital and effective spiritual life and program for the members and friends of the church Each Thursday of the succeeding weeks of Lent, a spe cial service will be held. The teachers and officers study class will be conducted Wednesday at 7 p m. by Dr. Foelsch. Concordia Lutheran The Rev., Charles Enders will preach on “Sacrifices That Please God” at 11 am. The fellowship will begin at 6 p.m. with a buffet supper, followed by a devotional at 7 pm. Francis Schulte will speak on “Give Us Our Daily Bread.” Strangers and servicemen are espe cially welcome. On Tuesday the Concordians meet at 8 p.m. Miss Clara Winnecke will speak. An illustrated lecture on "The Goodwill Industries" will be given. Lenten services begin on Wednes day. and will be held on every Wednesday during Lent at 8 p.m. The pastor will deliver a series of sermons dealing with words about Jesus. Wednesday’s word will be "It Is Expedient for You That One Man Should Die for the People." At the meeting of the Concordia Mission Society on Thursday at 1 pm. Mrs. Emil Menzel, missionary from Bisrampur. India, will speak on "Schools in India.” Sruth fctuiietits t CTGOD'a Key-Stone Lessons in Truth ‘The Wov erf the Silence Series" Tougdr Individually Oniy DR. GERTRUDE SHECKELLS Modern Mission School Not Operated for Private Gain Parent? Teachers and Pre-School Children Register Now. ROUND TABLE FOR WORLD PEACE Phene ADams 3140 for Appt. Dr. Blackwelder Ends Mental Health Series Tomorrow Evening Communion Service To Begin Lenten Season On Ash Wednesday i “The Marks of a Healthy Mind” Is the closing subject in the current series of Sunday evening sermons on the general theme, “Chriat and Mental Health," by Dr. Oscar F. Blackwelder, pastor of the Lutheran Church of the Reformation. His subject at 11 a m. is “The Next Forty Days.” At 8:30 am„ the Rev. Ralph W. Loew, associate pastor, will speak on “The Meaning of An Hour.” At 8 p.m. Ash Wednesday, holy communion will Introduce the Lenten season. Dr. Blackwelder will speak on "Pilgrims of the Inner Way ” A lenten devotional service will be held each Friday from 12:10 to 12:30 pm. Dr. Blackwelder will jpreach The Round Table, Intermediate League and Senior League meet to morrow at 6:45 p.m. ,At 8 p.m. Monday, the Renois class will meet at the home of Mrs. John K. Hillers and the Parson Memorial class at the home of Mrs. William Beck. Central Presbyterian To Hjpar Dr. J. 0. Reavis Dr. James O. Reavis, field secre tary of foreign missions of the Southern ^Presbyterian church, will preach atvhe Central Presbyterian Church tomorrow morning and night. Thexservice at night will be in the interest of foreign missions. The Westminster League will meet at 5 pm. Thp fellowship for young people will be held at 6 p.m. Young people in the city looking for a church , home .are invited. The Christian Endedvor will meet at 7 p.m. Temple Baptist Church To Have Guest Speaker Dr. Randolph L. Howard, foreign secretary of the American Baptist Foreign Mission Society will be the guest speaker at Temple Baptist Church tomorrow morning and eve ning. t At 11 am. he willlspeak on “Vision, Prom a Joppa “jlouaetop” and at 8 pm. on “Christ'sTKingdom in a Crumbling World." GJmtgr*gatuinaO MOUNT PLEASANT 1410 Columbia Road Minister Fred Sherman Baschmeyer, Lift. D. j U AM 1 Wnrshio and Sermon HOLY IMAGINATION." K P.M Musical Berne*. 9:30 A M Church School and Adult Education Proteci. 5:30 P M Pllenm Fellowship. 6 30 P.M. 20-40 Club . A Cordial Welcome Awatt* You. FIRST CHURCH 10th and G Sts. N.W. Ministers Howard Stone Anderson John Elmo Wallace 11:00 m.m. “Cae Our Prayers Be Answered Today?” 8:00 p.m. Drama-Picture 'The Covered Wagon" Slides and story adopted from Pare mount's picture of Pioneer Days. m Ingram Memorial Congregational Ckarch Massachusetts Ave. at 10th St. N.L FREDERICK J. BISHOF, Mimtter 11 AM.—Sermon Topic: "Who Are the Parasites " 7:45 p.m.—Sunday Evening Forum— Civilian Defense Program. ft-.Wp.m.—Young People'! Porum (Calholir ST. PATRICK’S 10th and G Sts. N.W. SUNDAY MASSES 6,7,8,9,10,11,12,12:15 11 and 12:15 in Parish Hall (Hatljfllir LENTEN PROGRAM g>t. Bommtc's Cfjurtf) 6th & E Sts. s.w. Sunday Masses—6:00—6:45—7:30 — 9:00—10:00— 11:15 —12:15. Weekday Masses—6:00—7:00—8:00—8; 30—12:15. Ash Wednesday —Distributions of ashes after each mass, at 3 p m. and after evening service. WEDNESDAY EVENING —HOLY HOUB-7:38 it 8:30 Lenten Sermons by Rev. J. F. McManus, 0. P. Feb. 18—"Death Marches On." Feb. 25—"The Inevitable Judgment." Mar. 4—"Prayer Will Save the World." Mor. 11—"Love—God's Gift to Man." Mar. 18—"Civilization's Cornerstone Crumbling." Mar. 25—"Betrayal of One's Best Friend." Apr. 1—"Return to Sanity by Sacrifice." STATIONS OF THE CROSS—Friday at 3 p.m. and at 7:30 p.m. SPECIAL LENTEN SERIES—Si^days—at 11:15 & 12:15 masses. Sermons by Rev. T. A. Morrison, 0. P. "Marriage—Relative to Christ's Passion." Feb. 22—'The Agony of Mis-mating." Mar. 1—"Scourging One's Partner." Mar. 8—"Crowning Folly of Marriage." Mar. 15—"Carrying Burden of Marriage Happily." Mar. 22—"Jesus' Thirst for Happy Homes." Mor. 29—"Earthly Crucifixion—Eternal Happiness." SILENT ADORATION of tke BLESSED SACRAMENT 7 to S p.m. Each Sunday of Lont. Very Rev. Raymond J. Dewdney, O. P., Pastor. 'The Church and the Hour' Is Theme at Pelworth The subject of the Rev. James P. Rodgers, pastor of the Petworth Baptist Church, tomorrow morning is "The Church and the Hour.’’ The Baptist Training Union will meet at 8:45 pm. The subject for the evangelistic service at 8 pm. will be "The Mockers of Sin.” The ord inance of baptism will be admin istered. A refugee supper, sponsored by the Women’s Missionary Society for the benefit of world-wide relief, will be served Monday at 6 p.m There will be no charge, but a missionary offering will be taken. The Berea Class meets on Tues day evenmg and the Pones and Pals Classes on Wednesday evening. A meeting of the Ladies’ Aid and Women's Missionary Society will be held at 10:30 am. Wednesday. The officers and teachers meeting will be held Thursday evening. Cleveland Park Community The guest preacher Sunday morn ing will be the Rev. John E. Wal lace, assistant minister of the First Congregational Church. He will preach on "What Must the Church Say?” The Rev. Mr. Yinger will be In j Michigan from February’ 14 to Feb ruary 18 as one of the leaders at Albion College of the annual re ligious emphasis week. The^oung people will meet at*7 p.m. r ^rntrrostal Aaambliea of (£ob Calvary Gospel Church 1911\H St. N.W. 9:45 a.m.—Sanday School for all ages. 11 KX) a.m.—Rev. J. Basbford Bishop speaking on "The Greatest Thing in the World " 6:30 p.m.—Dr. Miller over WWDC, 1450'kcy. 7:45 p.m.—Rev. W|n. A. Ward, evan gelistic message. Service every night next week, 7:45 p m. Special speakers. Beginning Feb. 22nd, Rev. J. Basbford Bishop, Tulsa, Okla. A Welcomt To All. Dr. John R. Edwards To Be Guest Speaker Dr. John R. Edwards, superin tendent of the Washington West District of the Baltimore Confer ence, will preach at the 11 am. service in the Congress Street Meth odist Church tomorrow. The Rev. Dorsey K. Sturgis will conduct the service. At 8 p.m. the Aldersgate and Dumbarton Avenue Methodist Churches will join with Congress Street in the service. The Rev. Lloyd O. Davis will preach. These three churches will hold a corporate communion service on Ash Wednesday at 8 pm. in the Aldersgate Church, with three min isters participating The Youth Fellowship will meet at 7 p.m. On Tuesday at 8 p.m, the Board of Stewards will meet. 5$>ni imifialrm (SWEDENBORG! AN.) CHi'acH of nk holt cfrf 1«U> Above Q N W. a IS a m.—8. 8 10 a m.—Arcana Claaa. 11 no a m.—Morning Worship Sermon 8:00 p.m.—Evening Prayer and Study. _Pastor. Rev. Paul Sperry * Btwtttf &rtenrr First Divine Science Chnrch NEW LOCATION, 2600 16th St. N.W., at Euclid. Rev. Grace Patch P»us. Minister 11:00 a m—“Emancipation.*’ Public Cordially Invited #etit?roatal AaarmbUra of (Sob Preaching the Cross in the Heart of Notion's Capitol Bethel Tabernacle (Fratceosul) No. Capitol & K Sts. BibU School, a :S0 a-M. 1! 90 airi —"The Judgment Seet." 7 :,Opm—"Christ Our Ari." 8 90 p m, Tues —Christ Ambassadors I 70 p m , Thurs —Fasting and Prayer. 7.45 p an, Fri — Prayer and Praise. The Back Home Hour WINX Each Tues. 7:30 P.M. National Prayer Center The Friendly Church HARRY V. igugro Paeioe. \ THE FULL G0SPEL TABERNACLE 915 Mas*. Ave. H.W. Evangelist Genevieve Booth-Clibborn REVIVAL SERVICES Each Week Night at 7 .45 Except Saturday Sunday, 1 1 a.rtv—"God*i Orchard/* Sunday, 7:45 p.m.—"Science and the Judgement Day." Sermons You Will Want to Hear: “HOW TO PAY YOCB DEBTS." “WTIO IS THAT STRIPLING?” "STARVING WHILE FEASTING." “CLAMORING VOICES OF OCR DAT." “THE MIRACLE PICTURE..” "NOISY CHRISTIANS.”* “LEPROSY IN 1942." v WINX Broadcast—Sunday, 6:05 to 6 35 PM You Are Welfome B. E. MAHAN, Pastor Urtlfo&tet (Eijurrly HEADQUARTERS—METHODIST BUILDING. 100 Maryland Arc. N.E. Snidest Bishop. Adas Wrirht Leonard. D. D. LL. T> DulrwtVtaaariBteadeaU. Horace E. Cromer. D. D.. and Joka S. Edward*. D. #. Church School in All Churches at 9:45 A.M. DOUGLAS MEMORIAL • 11 tit and H 8t». S.E. Rrr William F. Wruht. Minister. WorsH:p 11:00 a m and 8:00 p m_ HAMLINE lath and* Allison Sts. V W fteo. H W Bsfrran. D. D Minister. 11 :Q0 a b—Morning Worship_ PETWORTH N H. Are. mnd^lrant Cirri* N W. Dr. Frank Steelman. Minister. Worship. 11:00 a-m and R:00 pm. Everyman *s Bible*. Class. H:SO a m. RYLAND Branch Are. and S St. S C. < at Prnn.wAff > MV. KARL GiNEWEU. Worship. ii:QQ a m.land 7 an pm. WESLEY Conn. Are. and J**lTn At. CI.ARFNCE E. tnSF, Minister. 11 too a m—“A I.raJinrAtftsrtnsn ” WOODSIDE RR14 Georgia Avei 'Silver Spring Maryland) Rev. R D. Smith. Ph D.,» Minister 3 1oo a m.—Morning WorsMb 7 30 p m.—Bvcning Worshi a.__ BETHESDA, MD. Norfolk and St. Elmo Awe*. H F CHANDLER. Minister Services—11 a.m. and s P^fl TRINITY 6«h * Seward Sana re S E Rev. Daniel W. Justice. Minister. 31 am.—“Beat Unto Yeur S©ulv” S p.m.—‘The Faithful Sufferer.“_ CHEVY CHASE 6400 Connecticut Are. Clifford Homer Richmond. S. T. D.. 11 a m.—“Victorious Living.*’ LINCOLN ROAD At iine.tR U. and Toa St. V.E. GEO. B BENNETT. Mini.ter Worship, 11:00 ajn. and 8:00 p.m. McKENDREE S«. Dakota Are. and ?4tk St mt R I. Are N.f. Rf» Ch«rlfs*F. Phillis*, Minister Worship, 11:00 am. and 8:00 p.m. RHODE ISLAND AVENUE Rfeode Island Ave. and First St. N W. FDGAR A. SFXSMTTH. IV D . Minlater Church School, 8 <0 t.m Worship Services. 11 a m. and 8 p.m. Christian Rndeavor Societies. 7 p.m. We Cordlall? .Welcome You. ELDBROOKE Wisconsin Are and River Id. N.W Rev Walter M. Michael. P D-. Minister Worship. 11:00 a.n.ATu) 8:00 pm UNION lOth St. Near Penn. Ave. M.W. SELWTN K COCKRELL. D D.. Minister. v 11 am—"Salferina* and vTrimnpha." 8pm —"The Great Social Sin. _ EMORY AIM! Georeia Are. N W. EDGAR C. BEERY. D. D Minister. 0 30 a.m.—Church School. 11 :On a m —“The ETanreii.tic/Trass 8 :00 p.m."Product* af the Master Craftsman ” T IKI p m —Youth rellowMiip Supper. WAUGH METHODIST Third and A Streets N.E. Samnei E. Fw. M A . B. D • Minister 11 a m.—“Glerv ef the Ordinary." a p m —"A Great American." EPWORTH nth St. and North Carolina Ave. N l. ll.oo a.m.—“Crowding Oat Christ." 8 Of p m.—‘ When God It Book keeper." RFV. HARRY EVAUL. D. D . Minister. BROOKLAND 1 tth and Lawrence Sts. N.E. ». S PAIX SCHILLING. Ph D.. Minister Worship. 11:00 a.m. and 8:00 pm. FOUNDRY !£?». FREDERICK BROWN HARRIS, Minister “The Church of the Statetn 11 00 a m—“STRENGTHEN THE STAKES." 8 00 pm —"THE TRANSFORMING FRIEN»«^P.’, Rev. James If. Phllllpa. M. A. Mount Vernon Place !»!?.&: The South’s Representative Church a and It a m—"IS CHRISTIANITY THE WAT?" 8 p m —"THE CHURCH AND DEFENSE." . DR. JOHN W. RUSTIN, Miamtar. _ f* a | w A D V 1463 Columbia Road N.W. WML Y IX I Orris Gravener Kabul son, D. D„ Misistef Morning Worship at 11 “I BELIEVE IN CHRIST" Sermon by Dr. Robinson Evening Fellowship Service. At 7:50—Louis Potter at the Organ „ 8:00p.m.—Worship and 8ermon by the Minister: "GOBS TRUMPETER. 8:45 p.m.—Mlowehip Period 7:00 p.m.—Young People's League. Metropolitan Memorial Church Nebraska and New Mexico Aves. N.W. EDWARD GARDINER LATCH, Minister. 11:00 a.m. "BE PREPARED" _ Chevy Chase Union Community Services Thursday, February 19, 8:00 PM. Wesley Methodist Church Conn. Ave. ond Jocelyn St. N.W. M. HARRIS E. EIRE. Raltimere. Mi. “MAN’S CHIEF END.”