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(ZUfroBopifg ■unday, February 27, 8:18 F.M. "Body—Sonl—Spirit" Question! Invited. Study Clast, Wed., 8:15 P.M. Room open 7:30 p.m. Sun. and Wed. United Lodge oi Theosophists Hill Bldg., 17th and Eye Sts. N.W. No Dues. Feet or Collections * WASHINGTON LODGE 1216 H ST. N.W. Sunday, Feb. 27 Florence E. Frisbie "Spiritual Preparedness for the New Age" Buuduy* 6:30 p.m.—Christian Myotic Clan. James W. McGuire, leader. Tuenday, 8 p.m.—Seminar la Theosophy. Gwendolyn Winner, leader. Thursday, 8 p.m.—Fundamentals of Theosophy. Frits Loenholdt. leader. Friday. 8 p.m.—Astro-Psycholory, Mm. LII llan F Boatman, leader. Spiritual &rtettrr MV. LOLA M. MILLER—Message Service, wed.. 7:30 p.m.. aulited by mediuma. 1320 N St. N.W. All reached.» Church of Spiritual Science Dr. Z. A. Wright, Pastor. 1329 N ST. N.W. 8UNDAY SERVICE, 7:45 p.m. Sermon bv REV. JOHN R. GRAY. MIDWEEK SERVICE. THURS.. 8 F.M. Messages to all by clergy. Rev. Lola Miller. Rev. John R. Gray. Please bring a friend and come early. SEANCES at the home chapel by Dr. Wright. 450 N. J. Art. S.E.. Mon.. Wed.. Fri. at 8 p.m. Appts.. Trinidad 8003. CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL. • FIRST SPIRITUAL ~~ . SCIENCE CHURCH Of Washington. D. C. 1000 F St. N.W. REV. ALICE W. TINDALL. Pastor. 1 Spiritual Healing Services With Messages, Sunday*. Tuesday, and Thursdays, 8:00 F.M. Developing Clas.es, Wed., 8:30 F.M. Private Consultations by Appointment. ME. 0540. ffiazarcttr_ FAITH 537 Addison Bd. SEAT PLEASANT. Md. RUSSELL G. LENGEL. Minister 10 a.m.—Sunday School. 11 a.m.—Morning Worship. 7 p.m.—N. Y. P. S. 7:45 p.m—Evangelistic. Wednesday. 8 p.m.—Midweek Service. Arlington Church of the Nazarene 080 N. Glebe Rd. Special Revival f Services, February 27th to March 5th. Services nightly i ... 7:15, except Sat Rev. T. T. Liddell, urday. Olivet, ni. L. W. Conway, Minister First Church of the Nazarene 7th fir A Sts. N.E. ERNEST E. GROSSE, Minister 9:05 a.m.—WINX The Beauty of Holiness. 9:45 a.m.—Bible School. 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. 6:30 p.m.—Youth Hour. 7:00 p.m.—Evangelistic. Midweek Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7 :30 p.m. Hn&rmimtttattmtal OPEN DOOR CHURCH 307 D St. N.W. REV C. W. OYER. Paitor Sunday School. 9:45 a m., for all ages. Sermon at 11 a.m.—"Binding the Sac rifice to the Altar.” The Young People's Service at 6:45 p.m. Is open to all. At 7:30 p.m. the Rev. Rudolph Plep grass, Missionary to Africa, will speak. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. Intrriiemmunattonal LEAGUE FOR WORLD BROTHERHOOD Forum discussion. Feb. 27. 5:.‘10 to 7 p.m. •‘People’s Ownership: Key to Lasting Peace.’ YWCA. Rhode Island ave. at 9th n.w.’ HALL MISSION For the promotion of Scriptual Holiness Meeting Every Sundav 2:30 P.M at 522 6th St. N.W. REV. DEWEY YALE Speaking. Returned O. M. 8. Missionary to China. Community Lenten Services Conducted by Southeast interchurch Council 8:00 PM., Friday, March 3 Trinity Methodist Church Seword Square at Fifth St. S.E. The services will be led by the Rev. Vern J. Munser, Pastor of First Methodist Church. Dr. Edward Gabler, Pastor of Christ Protestant Episcopal Church, will be the speaker. lEaatujcliral $c ftrfnrmefc GRACE REFORMED 15th and 0 N.W REV. CALVIN H. WINGERT. Pastor I The National Reformed Church 9:40 A.M I Church School. 11 A.M. Potter and Clay.*' S P.M. Society, h p.m. Dr. I Reis preach. FIRST REFORMED Rev. F. Nelsen Schlegel. Pastor. SUNDAY. 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. 11 a m.—Worship Service. Prof. Frank lin I. Sheeder of Urslnus College will sneak on "Educational Institution! of Our Church." B to R p.m.—C. E. Supper Meeting. _Motion Pictures. BCTU Cl 4347 LEE BLVD C I n C L Arlington. Yu. DR. LEE A. FEELER, rugtor Foreign Missions Day—Ch. Sch . 0:45 a.m. 11 a.m.—Sermon, Rev. Frank Fesper man. 7:3n p.m.—Mrs, W. L. Shirer. CONCORDIA EVANGELICAL 20th and G Sts. N.W REV CHARLES ENDERS. Faster 9:45 a.m.—Bible School. 11 a.m.—Preaching Service. "A Sign of Christ's Glory.” 6 p.m.—Fellowship Supper. 7 p.m.—Devotional Service. LENTEN SERVICE WEDNESDAYS 8 P.M. Mayor T. R. McKelden Guest Speaker at Young People's Rally Mayor Theodore Roosevelt Mc Kelden of Baltimore will give ar address at an all States Yount People’s rally, in co-operation with the American University and its president, Dr. Paul P. Douglas, at 8 p.m. tomorrow at Foundry Meth odist Church. An early holy communion service will be inaugurated at 9 a.m. and will be continued each Sunday throughout Lent. There will be a fellowship at fl p.m. followed by a service in the Ball Memorial Chapel with Mayor McKelden speaking on "The Living Christ in Public Life.” The High-Leaguers will attend services at the Washington Mormon Chapel at 7 p.m. The Rev. Dr. W. F. Mansell, min ister of the Central Presbyterian Church, will speak at the service at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Music and Pictures At First Congregational Music and pictures will feature the 8 p.m. service tomorrow in the First Congregational Church. Hor ace Smithy will direct the Chevy Chase Chanters in a program of classical religious numbers. Follow ing this, the second in a series of “Health Heroes” will be presented by kodachrome slides, illustrating the life of Walter Reed and de scribing his successful fight against yellow fever. Mrs. Florence Moutlon of Rahuri, India, will speak Thursday at 6 pm. on the dinner program. Mrs. Moul ton has personally experienced scenes of famine and flood in India. Lincoln Church Series Opening Tomorrow Beginning Sunday at the Lincoln Road Methodist Church and con tinuing through next Friday, a spe cial series of services will be held in observance of the annual “Week of Dedication.” At 8 pm. Monday the six Prot estant churches in the Bloomingdale area will hold the second group meetings of the ministers and rep resentatives of the various churches to consider the program of religious and social activities which this group is planning. The meeting will be held in this church. On Tuesday evening will be men's night. Dr. William J. Wright of Douglas Methodist Church will be guest speaker. Wednesday will be church night. Thursday will be women’s night. Friday evening will be given over to the church school. C. U. Philosophy Dean To Speak at Forum The Very Rev.) Ignatius Smith, dean of the school of philosophy of Catholic University, will speak on “Existence, Immanence and Transcendence of God: Social Con sequences of Godlessness,” at the Sunday morning religious table in the law school of the university, at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow. Discussion from the floor will follow. The university’s law school is sponsoring these discussions, which are open to Catholic and non Catholics. For the convenience of those participating a low mass is said at 10:45 o’clock in the Na tional Shrine of the Immaculate Concepton. Lenten Sermon Series At Luther Place Church The Rev. L. Ralph Tabor, pastor of Luther Place Memorial Church, tomorrow at 11 a.m. will begin a series of sermons on the story of the temptation of Jesus in the wilder ness. His subject tomorrow will be “The Crisis of Humanity.” A service of the Finnish Lutheran Church will be held at 3 p.m. The Rev. Mr. Rautanen of Warren, Ohio, will be the guest speaker. A Sunday school will be conducted at the same time. Members will participate in the union lenten services sponsored by the Lutheran Ministerial Associa tion. The first of these meetings will be Monday night at the Atonement Lutheran Church, with the Rev. Everett Hedeen as guest speaker. Dr. Buschmeyer Plans Series of Sermons I The Rev. Dr. Fred Sherman Buschmeyer. minister of Mount Pleasant Congregational Church, will begin a series of lenten sermons > on the general theme, “Paradoxes of Progress,” with the individual topic at 11 a.m. tomorrow being “When Love Rules.” In the Adult Forum at 10 a.m, R. W. James, assistant to the Wash ington representative of the War time Price and Trade Board of Can ada, will speak on “Postwar Plans and Readjustments for Canada.” Chevy Chase Pastor To Talk on Prodigal The Rev. Edward O. Clark will give the second message in the series on the prodigal son, entitled “Down But Not Out,” at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the Chevy Chase Baptist Church, Screen pictures of the scripture les son will be shown. The church will participate in the union lenten services Thursday eve ning at the Chevy Chase Methodist Church with Bishop Austin Pardue as guest preacher. Sutlfpran LUTHERAN LENTEN SERVICE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH Or THE ATONEMENT North Capitol A Rhode Island Are. 11:00 A.M. SUNDAY, February 27 SERMON: "NOT BY BREAD ALONE." Dr. Robert L. Lang. DD. Superin tendent National Lutheran Home for the Aged. Washington. D. C. | 8:00 P.M. MONDAY. February 28 SERMON: Rev. N. Everett Hedeen. Pastor. Lutheran Service Center of Washington. D. C. "If I Had But One Sermon to Preach." EVERYBODY WELCOME (Special Church Activities Fifteenth Street Christian. I The church officers will meet at 1 8:15 p.m. Thursday. St. Paul Methodist. Members will meet at the Church of God Thursday night in a com j munity lenten service. The Rev. Henry J. Smith will speak. Takoma Park Baptist. i Comdr. Longfellow of the District , Chapter, American Red Cross, will | be the guest speaker at 7:45 pm. > Immaculate Conception. > Dr. John K. Cartwright will preach the sermon a* the 12:15 p.m. mass tomorrow. The celebrant will 1 be the Rev. Joseph Gendra. Rosed ale Methodist. The Rev. W. D. Keene will preach 1 at 11 am. on “Is the Church Pre pared to Move Forward?" and at 7:30 p.m. on “The Handicapped.” John Wesley A. M. E. Z. Dr. Stephen Gill Spottswood will preach at 11 am. the first sermon in a lenter series on “The Meaning of a Church.” His subject will be “Light in the Narthex.” Other sub jects are: March 5, “The Ship of the Lord”; March 12, “A Chancel of Mercy”; March 26. “Sanctuary.” These subjects will be illustrated at first hand within the Gothic ca thedral structure which houses the National Church of Zion Meth odism. At 8 pm. the last in the “request sermons” will be given. The title is “The Prodigal’s Mother.” YMCA Luncheon. Dr. Clarence W. Cranford, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church, will be the speaker at a lenten luncheon at noon Wednesday at the Central Branch. This is the second of a series of six arranged by Page McK. Etchison, religious director of the YMCA. Petworth Baptist. The Rev. James Rodgers tomorrow will outline the “Church Attendance Crusade,” which the church is spon soring for six weeks preceding Easter. Church committees will meet at 7 pm. Monday and the deacons at 8 p.m. Christian Science. The Christian Science lesson-ser mon for tomorrow is “Christ Jesus.” Services are held at 11 am. and 8 pm., except Third Church, at 5 pm., Fifth Church and society no evening service. All are invited to attend the services and Wednesday at 8 pm. Christian Institute. The Christian Institute of Wash ington, newly organized Ministry of Truth, meets at 11 am. Sunday at 1851 Columbia road N.W. The heal ing ministry is conducted at the of fices of the institute, 2134 I street N.W. Miss Stella Langford, former ly with Unity Society, is the leader. National City Christian. A musical vesper service will be held tomorrow at 4:45 p.m. The A. Cappella of the Army Air Force Band, Bolling Field, will sing and Sergt. Harold Tharp, tenor soloist, will be heard in solo numbers. Mr. Cushing, organist of the Church of the Ascension, will be heard on this program. The public is invited. Rev. H. J. Smith 10. Due to the illness of the ;Rev. Henry J. Smith, the Rev. Paul L. Fisher of the BrooUand Baptist Church will be the guest preacher tomorrow at the North Washington Baptist Church. People’s Congregational. Sunday is young people's day. The Rev. Walter Mueller of the Stanley Congregational Church, Chatham, N. J., will be the guest of the young people's organization. He will preach at 11 am. and meet 8.11 the young people of the Congre gational churches in a rally at 6 p.m. A series of lenten services will be continued, led by the minister next Thursday night. West Washington Baptist. The Rev. Charles B. Austin will preach a request sermon at 11 a.m. on "The Intrusted Talents.” Doris Sorrell, president oi the YPF, will speak at 7 p.m. on "Living for Jesus.” The pastor will read and explain the church covenant at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Lutheran Laymen. Lutheran Laymen Fellowship will celebrate its first anniversary with a lenten luncheon on Thursday at 12:30 p.m., at the New Ebbitt. The Rev. Frederick Relssig, ex ecutive secretary of the Washington Federation of Churches, will speak on “The Open Door for Christians in our Nation’s Capital.” Warrant Officer Martin A. Mc Grory, United States Marines, sec retary of the fellowship, will preside. Atonement Lutheran. Dr. Robert L. Lang, pastor and superintendent of the National Lu theran Home for the Aged, will preach during Lent. His topic for Sunday, 11 a.m., is "Not by Bread Alone.” Lincoln Congregational. At the fellowship session at 10:15 a.m. Judge James A. Cobb will dis cuss "American Democracy.” Third Baptist. At 8 p.m. will be a musical pro gram by the Elks' Chorus. Baha’i Lecture. David Rouse Perry, world traveler and lecturer, will speak Sunday at 8:15 pm., at 1308 I street N.W. Miss Leone Barnltz, Baha'i arch ivist and teacher, conducts the class each Sunday at 11 am. to study "The Baha’i World Faith.” Augustana Church To Hold Communion Observance of Lent will be at the Augustana Lutheran Church tomor row with holy communion at the morning service. New members will also be received into the congrega tion. An all-Washington Lutheran youth rally will be held at 3 pm. The Rev. Conrad Hoyer of Chicago, exec utive director of the Commission on American Missions of the National [Lutheran Council, will speak on “Youth at the Crossroads.” The Rev. Dr. Gerhard Lenski, president of the Lutheran Ministerial Asso ciation of Washington, will take part. Miss Ruth Meyer, a returned mis sionary from India, will be the guest speaker at 7:30 p.m. “No Salvation Without the Cross” will be the theme of the sermon by the pastor’s assistant, Joel Lundeen, at 8 pm. Wednesday. [ ' etarmon MORMON CHURCH PrtMRti 'THE FULLNESS OF TIMES" A dramatization of the his tory of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Over Radio Station WWDC (dial 1450) TONIGHT 7:35 P.M. 2% (Congregational (Cljurrtjea PLYMOUTH CHURCH 17th Si P Street* N.W. P:30 a.m.—Graded Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. George N. White* New York* _Guest Preacher,_ FIRST CHURCH 10th and G Sts. N.W. Minister i Howard Stone Anderson Bertram Crocker "CONJUNCTIONS." Dr. Anderson preaching. Music bv The A Cappella Choir and Dorothy Wilson Halbaeh N P M. MUSIC AND PICTURES Horace Smithy directs the CHEVY CHASE CHANTERS in a musical program. Kodachrome Dlctures Illustrating the life of WALTER REED will be shown. All are welcome to this varied pro _Krarn of irtspirational worship. LINCOLN TEMPLE 11»h and R St*. N.W. ROBERT W. BROOKS, Minister Hearty Welcome to All People. 9:.10 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—“Faith In God and Ha , „ , . man Suffering.” 10:15a.m.—Fellowship session. “American Democracy,” Judge James A. Cobb. ffigntgroatal THE FULL GOSPEL 915 Moss. Ave. N.W. 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 11 a.m. — Moraine Worship. 7:45 p.m. — Evan* . aelistlc. Tuesday, 8 p.m.— Youne People. Wednesday, 7:45 p.m. — Prayer, Praise. Messace. Public Cordially Invited to All Services WWDC Broadcast 6 to 6:30 P.M. Everybody Welcome B. E. MAHAN, Minister TRINITY ASSEMBLY OF GOD 916 F Street N.E. 10:00 a.m.—Church School. 11:00 a.m—Worship Service. 7:30 p.m.—Evaneelistic. WINX EACH SUNDAY. 8:06 TO 8:30 P.M. Eev. Herbert A. Nunley, Paster. Practice Oolne to Church Recularly. _ LI. 0884—WA. 1524._ BETHEL TABERNACLE Assembly of God. North Capitol and B Streets. Hear Evansellst L. Devries ll:oo A.M. 'Thu Surrendered Lift." 7:30 P.M. "Thu Anti-Christ." V SPECIAL MEETING CLOSES. HABBY V. SCHAEPPEB. Pastor. b PEOPLE'S 624 M St N.W. 9:30 a.m.—Graded Church School. 11 a.m.—The Rev. Walter Mueller. Chatham. N. J., Guest Preacher. 6 p.m.—Pilgrim Fellowship Rally (all Congregational Young People). ARTHUR F. ELMES. Minister. •‘The Friendliest Church In the City.** CLEVELAND PARK 3400 Lowell St. N.W. 9:45 a.m.—Church School 11 a.m.—Guest Preacher— REV. ELBIN F. BEVERAGE. (Nursery during service.) 7 p.m—Young People. Mount Pleasant 1410 Columbia Road N.W. Minister. FRED S. BUSCHMEYER. Litt. D. 11:00 a.m.—Worship and Sermon. Sermon Subject. "When Lore Rules" 9:45—Church School. ](i;00—Adult Forum. 11:00—Church School (Kindergarten and Primary i. 5:30—Hl-School Forum. 0:30—20-40 Club. ROCK SPRING Rock Spring and Little Falls Reads. Arlington. Va. PAUL R. HUNTER. Minister 11 a.m.—Morning Worship. INGRAM MEMORIAL Mess. & 16th St NX. 9:30 a.m.—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—“Patches, Or a New Gar ment?” Bernard V. Monger. Minister. ^nttrroHlal THE CHURCH OF GOD 2226 Era rtf St. N.E. REV. WADE H. HORTON, Pastor 10:00o.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a*m.—"Faults and Fault Finders." 7:45 p.m. — "Peculiarities ef Pentecostal People." Public Is Cordially Invited CALVARY GOSPEL 3213 Que Street N.W. (Que at Wisconsin) REV. W. L. SHIRER, Pastor 10:00 a.m.—Sunday School. 11 :00 a.m.—Morning Worship, Rev. Shirer. 7:45 p.Yn.— "The Desperate Cry ef European Jewry" Rev. Frederick A. Aston, Director of the New York Jewish Evangelization Society. Prayer Service Wednesday, 8 P.M. Pentecostal Holiness 1015 D St N.E. H.T. SPENCE, Pestoi Morninf Service* Broadcast ever WINX 11:0ft to 13 noon. Eveninr Service, 7:4ft. Midweek Services Wednesday and Friday. 7:4ft a.m. "The Little Church With the He Welcome" Lenten Services Start At Cathedral Tomorrow Lent will be observed at Wash ington Cathedral with holy com munion at 7:30 and 9:30 a.m. tomor row. At II a.m. Canon Chancellor Charles W. F. Smith will preach. The State of Rhode Island will be honored and the flag carried in pro cession. At evensong Dr. Stanley Brown Serman will preach. This is the first in a series of lenten evensongs at which professors from the Vir ginia Theological Seminary in Alex andria will preach. Eldbrooke Methodist To Honor Services The Eldbrook Methodist Church will honor the women and men in service at 11 a.m. tomorrow. Fam ilies of those in service have been invited as special guests. The “service honor roll" carries 104 names. These names will appear in a special bulletin. Other names will be added. Extracts from some of their letters will be read. The Rev. E. A. Lambert will speak on "The Wiser People." Baskets of flowers will grace the chancel placed in honor of the "service group.” Calvary Methodist Dr. Orris Gravenor Robinson will begin his lenten sermons at 11 am. Sunday with the theme "Steps Into the Kingdom.” The subject is "Dis cernment.” At 8 pm. the theme will be "The Challenge to Be a Christian,” with the subject "Be hold, the Man!” Mrs. William L. Clarke will review the concluding part of “We Who Are America” at the Woman’s Society of Christian Service Friday at 11 am Sitting frgjgnrg First Divine Science Church 2*0« 16th St. N.W. at Euclid *«?. Grace L. Fans. Minister. 11 am—"The Fourth Dimension.** Thursday. 8 p m.—Midweek Service. __jFrintfijg_ Vrtends Meeting of Wsshinftonl .. 2111 Florida In. Maetm« for Worship First Day (Sunday) fr' y All Interurted are welcome. Toung People. 6:30 p.m. 8. 8.. 10:48 am rB™*£8 MASTING (ORTHODOX,. n a m—Meeting*^/ uRj Unitarian All Souls’ Church Sixteenth and Harvard Streets 8 45 A.M Church 8chool. U:0#h«n»(, Harvard University, ‘‘THE PUCE OF LASTING PEACE.” 6:00 p.m.—Vesper Organ Reeltal. Mod *«£. American Music. 6.JO P.m.—"The Dutch Tradition.” A Documentary Film 7.30 P.m.—Motion Picture Hour PRESENTING LILT MAKS.” Educator to Speak At River Road Church Dr. Robert N. Montgomery, pres ident of Muskingum College, New Concord, Ohio, will speak at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the River Road United Presbyterian Church in the interests of the denominational college emer DR. ROBERT N. MONTGOMERY gency campaign. The Rev. Virgil i M. Cosby, minister of the church, will preside. The alumni will meet Dr. Mont gomery tonight at a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Loudon, 5124 Forty-fourth street N. W. The Rev. and Mrs. Cosby are graduates of the college. Masfyintjtnn Christian Institute 1 I Washington Christian Institute 1851 Col. Rd. N.W. STELLA LANGFORD, Loader. Sun.. 11 A.M. Inereaainc Life's Substance.” For personal Interviews, healine. or private Instruction in spiritual unfold ment, call ME 3298. A MINISTRY at Truth. • (dtpirri; of <&oh National Memorial 16th and Taylor Streets N.W. Headquarters, Anderson. Ind. 9:45 a.m.—Bible School. 11 All "Fully Recov ered. ' S PM Rev. Helen Day. Guest Preacher. Missionary Con vention. Satur day. March 4. Sessions 2:30 to 9:15 p.m. Dr. David Oaulke. Midweek Service Wed., 8 p.m. Istel E. Perry, D.D. TAylor 4223 ~ _ _ tjiternjial Ejitaomal -—— -. NORTHWESTNORTHWEST . |! WASHINGTON CATHEDRAL Ope* Daap * a.m. «o < a.m. Holy Communion 7:30 and 9:30 a.m. I 1 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Ser mon; preocher, Canon Smith. 4 p.m.—Evensong ond Sermon; preocher. Rev. Stanley Brown-Sermon, D. D., pro fessor of New Testament, Virginia Theological Sem inary. Weekday Services: 7:30 a.m., noon, 4 p.m. Qhinttg QUfurrlf Piney Branch ltd. at Dahlia St. N.W. REV. RENO B. BARE. Jr.. Reeter. *: 00 m.m.—Holy Communion. 0:30 m.m.—Church 8chool. 11:00 m.m.—Confirmation mnd Sermon. 7:00 p.m.—Young People’s Fellowship. St. Columba's 47nd and Albemarle gta. N.W. (One block west of Wla Are.) REV. C. R. HENGERS 7:30 and 0 a.m.—Holy Communion. 0 3o a.m.—Church School II a.m.—Morning Prayer. ASCENSION Maas. Ave. at 12th St N.W. REV. RAYMOND L. WOLVEN. Reeter. 8 a.m.—Holy Communion. 11 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon by Canon Wolven 7 p.m.—Sunday Evening Club for Young Adults. &>aint Jttargaret’g Conn. Ava. fir Bancroft PL REV. ARMAND T. EYLER 7:80 a m.—Holy Communion. 0:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 11 a.m.—-Morning Prayer and Sermon by the Rector. 7pm.—Young People's Fellowship. Thursday. 11 a.m.—Holy Communion. &atnt* Chevy Chase Circla REV. C. W. LOWRY. D. Phil. (Oxon) Rector. Tel., Wl. 3446 7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer end Ser mon with o special observ ance of Red Cross Sunday. 6:00 p.m.—Evening Prayer. Junior Choir Singing, 6:30 p.m.—Young People's Fellowship. ST. JOHN’S Georgetown 3840 O St. N.wT *«V. F. Bland Taeker. Beater. 8 and 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 0:30 a.m.—Sunday Behoof ST. THOMAS 18th St., Bet. P end Q, Nr. Dupont Circle Rev. H. S. Wilkinson, D. D., Rector Sunday, 8 and 9:30 am.—Holy Com munion. 0:30 a.m.—Church School. 11 am-—Service and Sermon by the Rector. „ . , WEDNESDAY. 8 a.m—Holy Communion. 8 gm.—Service and Sermon by the Rev. Robert E. Browning. Thursday, n a.m.—Holy Communion. ST. JOHN'S _ . Lafayette Square 8:00 a.m.—JRoly Communion. —S?1* Communion, Mr. Maeee 11.00 a.m.—Morning Prayer, Dr. Olenn. 4.00 p.m.—French Service. Dr. Vurplllot. 6.00 p.m.—-Young Adult Supper Club. 8.00 p.m—Evening Prayer, bft? Johnson. Sundar School la at 11 o’clock. Christ Church, Georgetown Corner of O end 31st Streets BEV. PEYTON R. WILLIAMS. Beeler. S —Holy Communion. 0:30 am—Sunday School. 11 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon. ST. AGNES CHURCH «... wmuS gUtS? «. , Sunday Masses—7. 9:30 and 11 aA>.uF*o*'£d Ail Souls’ Memorial Church CilkejM and Cana. Ares. N.W. *«T. H. H. D. STERRETT, Reetor. a.4o am., Sunday School: ll am. Mornlni Prayer and Sermon. ST. PAUL’S CHURCH" 917 23rd Strait 8:00—Low Mass. 11 :00—Litany in Procession; Eu charist and Sermon. 8:00—Evensong and Benediction, Rev. Howard S. Arnold. ROCK CREEK PARISH REV. CHARLES W. WOOD. Reetor ST. PAUL’S CHURCH. Webster St and Reek Creek Ch. Ed. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY *7«h. Firet Sanday la Lent. 8:30 a.m.—Holy Communion. 0:30 a.m.—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Ser mon. Key. Wm. Curtis Dra 7:00 p.m.—Young People’s Fellowship. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 1. 9:30 a.m.—Holy Communion. 8:00 p.m.—Evening Prayer and Ser mon. Rev. Howard S. Arnold, preaching, followed by ' Open House" at the Rectory. Let's ill make Lent a season for serious meditation and introspection even as did our blessed Lord in prepara tlon for His great ministry._ EPIPHANY 1317 C Street N.W. The Rev. Charles W. Sheerin. D. D.. Rector. The Rev. Ranter M. Lewis. B. D. 8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion. 10:00 a.m.—Adult Bible Class. 11:00 a.m.—Church School. ; 11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer end Sermon by Dr. Sheerin. «:00p.m.—Youth Fellowship Forum. 8:00 p.m.—Evening Prayer and Sermon by Dr. Sheerin. NORTHEAST GOOD SHEPHERD 6th St. Between H and I NORTHEAST BEV. EDWARD B. HARRIS. Vlear Services at 7:30 and 11 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. ST. JANES' CHUBCH 8th SL N.E.—Tel. ATL 1748. THE REV. A. Q. PLANK. * Sunday Masses 7:30 end 11. Church School at 9:30 a.m. Vespers 7:30 p.m. Dally Mass. 7 a.m. Holy Hour Thurs., 8 p.m. 8at, Confessions. 7-9 p.m. ©ur feabiour 16th and Irving Ste. N.E. REV. ALVIN LAMOR WILLS. 7’30 a.m.—Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m.—Church School. 11 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon by the Rev. Mr. Wills. “Letters ef Cheer and Correction." 8 P.m.—Round Table. Mr. Robert Jame son 8cobell. "Russia as I Feand It.” Tuesday. 8 p.m.—Rev. Arm and T. Eyler. SOUTHEAST &aint marks “ON CAPITOL HILL" Third and A Streets Southeast REV. ROBERT J. PLUMB. Eecter. 8 s.m.—Holy Communion. 9:30 a m.—Church Sohool. 11 s.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon by Rev. Clyde Brown. 6:45 p.m.—Young People’s Fellowship. Wednesday, 8 j>.m.—Litany and Sermon by Rt. Rev. George W. Davenport. D. D. 11 a.m. Thursday—Holy communion. Rev. Clyde Brown. NATIVITY Man. Ave. 8.E. nAllTHI 7:30.10:00.11:00. Wed.. 7:30 p.m. Thurs., 10-30 a.m. Beawrraettcn, 701 15th N. E., 9:15. Tueg.. 10:30 am. Frl., 7:30 p.m. Montgomery Co., Md. (©rate Go. Avo. and Grace Church ltd. Silver Spring, Md. BEV. WALTER W GALE. Sector. 7:30 s.m.—Holy Communion. P:30 s.m.—Church School. 11 s.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon. Arlington County, Vo. fcaint 4Harg’0 2(Hi St. & Globa Road North DR. ROBERT O. KEVIN 8:00 am.—Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m.—Church SchooL 11:00 am.—Confirmation. 5:00 p.m.—Vesper Servlet. St. Pours Lutheran The Luther League will sponsor a youth service tomorrow at 7:30 pm. Dr. Henry W. Snyder will speak on “They Missed Their Chance.” At the morning service he will continue his lenten series on "Mighty Moments in the Master’s Mission,” speaking on "A Worthy Conclusion.” On Wednesday morning Mrs. Helen Jones Cooper of the District Welfare Service will address the Women’s Missionary Society on "Poster Homes for Children." She will present a color film. ©atljfllir &*nt 7 (SWEDBNBOEGIAN.) CHURCH or THE BOLT Ctffl _ lfth above Q N.W. , . *«r. WUH»J»,r. Wanaeb. Mlnlater. 10:15 a m.—Adult Bible Class Elves’77Mornln* Worship. "Yieldtnr Oar 8 p.m.—Devotional Readlnr Circle. _Unity_ 'ocVt c i R?,^a?E^TB,CE m; SHELDON. Speaker. I “'contin’uid* ” [ Ws8e"ticey’ 8 »m—Midweek Healjni New Colonial Hotel, 15th at M St. N.W. Affiliated with the Unity School of Christianity MARGARET ANN FELDT Sneaker. T, JJL » rn —“Datin* God.” Unity Literature Available. DI. 34.1A Hnn-^^rtarian __gamut THE BAPTIST BIBLE SCHOOL 715 Eighth St. N.W. A Training School for Sunday School and other Church Workers. Second Semester Registration. SECOND 17th and East Capitol Sts. REV. J. RAY GARRETT, Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Bible SchooL 11:00 a.m.—"Citiea at Befuge." 6:45 o.ra.—B T. D 8:30 p.m —"What Shall I Believe About Baptism?' ARLINGTON (VA.) 8th and Monroe Sts. So. Col. and Barcrott But to So. Monroe St WILLIAM 8NULLING HICKS. Paster 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School 11:00 a m.—"The Quality of Mercv.” o:(M) p.m.—“Minding One's Own Busi ness.” ft:45 p m—B. T. U. LUTHER RICE MEMORIAL 5315 North Capitol Straet One Block From Chillum <Kn But Line Worship Services, 9:45 and 11:00 A.M. and 8:00 P.M. Pastor Preaching at All Services LUTHER J. HOLCOMB. Poster Rational baptist jttemorial 16th and Columbia Road N.W. Gove G. Johnson, Pastor. A. Lincoln Smith, Assistant Pastor. 11 am—“NOT TO BE MINIS TERED UNTO, BUT TO MIN ISTER.” Red Crocs Day. 8 pm.—“I NTER NATIONAL FAITH” 9:40 ajn.—Bible School. 6:45 p.m.—Training Unions, Broth erhood and Bible Study Group. Midweek Service Thursday at 8— The Glad Hour, CAPITOL BAPTIST Masonic Temple, 523 8th St. N.E. "THE YOUNG PEOPLE'S CHUBCH Or WASHINGTON" Serving All Agei 9 30 a.m.—Church School. 11:00 A M GEORGE W. MILES Washington Bible Institute. ■7:45 P.M. NORMAN P. WOODRUFF 6:30 p.m.—Young People's Meeting. Through the Bible Class—Mrs. Hasker Tues., 7:00—506 E. Capitol St. Prayer Meeting—Wed.. 7:45 144 Tenn. Ave. Calbarp 8th Sc H St*. nTw. DR. CLARENCE W. CRANFORD, Minister REV. E. H. TULLER, Associate 11:00a.m.—“THE PROTECTION OF THE UNSEEN.” I 8:00 p.m.—“THE CHAIN THAT HOLDS.” 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 6:30 pm.—Youth Groups. FIRST 16th ond O St,. N.W. EDWARD HUGHES PRUDEN, Minister. HARLAN STENGER, Associate Minister. 0:45 »nd 11 am.—Dr. M. C. Stith. Guest Speaker. 8 p.m.—“Is God in Your Plano?’* Dr. Warren Bowman, Guest Speaker. P30 a.m.—Sunday School. 6:30 p.m.—B. Y. P. U. ' SILVER SPRING 832 Wayne Avenue J. WESLEY LOFTIS. Minister 11 a.m—“The Mystery of God." Pastor. Baptism 8 p.m.—"The Lure ef the Unknown,” Pastor. 9:30 a m.—Sunday School, i p.m—B. T U. programs NORTH WASHINGTON I 5831 Georgia Avenoe N.W. Rer. HENRY J. SMITH. Paator. 9:45 a.m.—Bible School. 11 :(><> a.m.—Sermon. Jj :45 p.m.—B. T. u. Three groups. 7:45 p.m.—Sermon. Rev. Paul 1. Fisher, Quest Preacher. TAKOMA ""SJST&eftfw?* 11 a.m.—“Wonder-Working Power.** 7:4o p.m.—Red Cross Explained. WILLIAM E. LA RUE. Paator. METROPOLITAN Sixth and A Sts. N.E. .John Compton Ball, D. D. Pastor Morning at Eleven Dr. Ball preaches on "THE CHRIST OF j EVERY ROAD \l WALKS A ONE-WAY STREET" Evening at Seven Forty-five. Gneet Speaker, Rev. Dale Crowley of Radio Fame. 9:30 a.m.—Church Bible School. 8:30 p.m.—Happy Young People Meet. Six Groups. 7:45 p.m.—Plrst Musician Homer E. Phillips of Navy Band leads the Song Service. Sermon follows. Then Spir itual Sociability. WASHINGTON FOR CHBIST. | BROOKLAND 16th St. at Monroa N.E. 9.30 a m—Sunday School. 11 am. and 7:45 p.m. Dr. Gaye McGlothlin, Educational Di rector D. C. Baptist Convention, will preach morning ond evening. 6:45 pm—Training Union. BETHANY R. I. Av#. and 2nd St. N.W. ,, M. P. GERMAN, Minister 1 Lent".;—"Tl1* Spiritual Meaninf ef 8 o m —“Aj We See Jesus.” , ?t'vtO,ion Bibi* Class invites you to hear Congressman Jed Johnson. GRACE BAPTIST „ "Lyas-s Mr. Julius Whttmger. Director of Music Mrs. Odell King, Organist 9.30 a.m.—Sunday School. .„ Classes for all. 11:00a.m.—“ W h a t Is Faith?” 6:45 p.m.—“T raining Union. 7:45 p m —“The Offense of the Cross.” Wednesday, 7:45—P r a y e r Meeting. Grace With the Gospel of Grace. THE NEW CENTENNIAL ”Cod’ s Corner ” 7th and I Straati N.I. WILSON HOLDER, Pastor 0:.^n a.m.—Bible 8ehool. 11:00 a.m.—“The Winning side." Wednesday ^entng-Prayer and Bible Prayer for the sick at each servlet. ON THE AIR 11:35 A.M. Station WWDC Morning Worship Service Rev. Wilson Holder, Minister Mrs. Mabelle Imhoff Organist Just Dial 1450 at 11:35 A.M. WEST WASHINGTON Thirty-first and N Streets N.W. CHARLES B. AUSTIN. Paster. , m—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—“The Intrusted Talents." ™2pm—T~p- p ttnd B T. U. 8:00 P.m—“They Centinued.” _ _ , thrusdat, march *. i :3<i D.m.—Midweek Sen-ice. ! CHEVY CHASE .W71 Western Av«. REV. EDWARD O. CLARK. Faitar. ?-46 a.m.—Graded Sunday School. J 11a m.—“The Narrow Way.“ 8 P m.—CiuMrated Sermon on the “Prod igal Son. n. “Down But Not Oiit.M _WELCOME!_ iflarplanb Siitnu* 14th and Maryland Ave. N.E. W. A EMMANS, Poitor. 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 11 a.m.— Message in the Book of Hebrews 7:45 p.m.— "Balancing in the Scales of God" Several Baptisms in Washington's Most Beautiful Pool. Friday 8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.—Spe cial meeting of young people. Pro gram includes message, fellowship, fun. Service men and women par ticularly welcome. WISCONSIN AVE. _ 42»d mad Fessenden Sts. N.W. CLARENCE RAT FERGUSON. Psstsr. 11 a m—"Be Strong In the Lord." 8 D m.—"The Jowa With One Heart.” WE PROCLAIM THE BIBLE GOSPEL. Temple Baptist Church 10th and N Streets N.W. DR. JOHN E. BRIGGS, Minister 9:4n a.m.—Sunday School. Classes for »U. ,pr Walter B. Emery will teach the Men s Class. 11 a m.—"Seeing God In Others.” 8:40 p.m—B. Y. p. u. Miss Mary Mm nick. leader. 7:45 p.m —Congressman Joseph R. Bry son of South Carolina will be th# guest speaker at the evening sctvIcc. Petworth Baptist Church 7th and Randolph Sts. N.W. REV. JAMES P. RODGERS, Pastor Miaa Maade L. Davis. Pastoral Asat. and Director of Music. 9:45 a.m-—Sunday School. Bervioemen welcome to Fones' Class. 11 a.m.—“God’s Giants.” 6:45 p.m.—Baptist Training Union. Mine groups. 8 ’PWhar^<‘«lnChrirtla^"U*t'1* aCTYlet Fountain Memorial W. B. KING, Patter Naylor Road, Abovt Minnesota Avo. S.E. 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 11 a.m.—“Book of Ephesioas.” 6:45 p.m.—Young People. 8 p.m.—"A Story of Baeeeae.” Fifth Baptist Church __ 609 C St. S.W. I. HERRICK HALL. Pastor, rtiashu 11 am —”Fo Achi ■ v «nt." _ Training Union. Evonlng Services Brood east over Hear jlHu0BuUii'hm?' Over WWDC at 8 to 8:30 a.at. Highlands Church Fourtcentb Street, at Jefferson Newton Mercer Slmmondi. Minister. 9:30 a.m.—Church School. 11:30 a.m.—“Lives That Speak.” 3:30 p.m.—Memorial Service for Lieut. Robert WllUa. KENDALL 9th and Independence Ave. 8.W. Leu FrankUa Stevens. Minister. 11 a.m.—'’Chtldrea la a War-Tarn World.” 8 p.m.—“A Remady for Our DU."