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Bible Class Leaders
Representative Mahon Teaches At Mount Vernon Methodist Representative George H/ Mahon, Democrat, of Texas is another leader on Capitol Hill ■who takes time out from his busy existence to teach a Bible class. He Is now instruc tor of the High Quest Class of young men and women at Mount •Vernon Place Methodist Church, having been named teacher when the class was or ganized several years ago. The Congress man first taught a Bible class at the Methodist <1. H. >lah«n. Church in Loraine. Tex., in 1918. He later became superintendent of the Sunday school of the First Meth odist Church of Colorado City, Tex., where he still serves as guest teacher on his trips to his home city. Informality is the keynote of Mr. Mahon’s approach to teaching a class. He likes to know his stu dents well enough to call them by their first names. This stimulates class discussion, he explained. The lesson is first outlined by Mr. Mahon. After that, he attempts, through class discussion, to bring out specific points that had been mentioned in general terms in the initial pTesentaticn. One feature of the approach is to take a problem as stated in the Bible and then re late it to current events. An unusual recent practice of the class has been to discuss interna tional affairs before the formal meeting opens. In these talks, Rep resentative Mahon utilizes his ex periences on Capitol Hill to furnish background for the discussion under way. Both in these talks and in the class sessions he said the aim is to be practical and to develop the thought that Christianity is the onlv hope of the world, with each of us needing more of it to lead happier lives. Mr. and Mrs. Mahon live at Alban Towers w'hile in Washington. Thev have a daughter, Daphne, 19. HjlBLES in All Versions Testoments and Prayer Books Pulpit Bibles for Memorials Hallmark A Norcross Greetin* Cards Pursell's Book Store 807 G St. N.W. nisi. 1511 Eat. 1865 Dittinr ^rinur First Divine Science Church 243 7 15th Sfreet N.W. I I O'f lock "Love Never Faileth" Graduation Exercises. Rev. Grace I.. Fa us. Minister Thursday s P\I. Spirit ot Prayer Rev Addie Rea Peoples arnfh (Crntrr A TRUTH CENTER MRS. APPLETON. Leader. 1713 K Street N.W. Sunday. 11 am.— "The Powers that Be*.'* Tuesdays. 8:15 p.m.—Bible interpreta tions. Interviews Tuesdays. Wednesday*, Thursdays. 2 to 6; Thursdays. 6 to 9. by appointment. • Pnttrroelal iBfiltnrHH 1015 D ST. N.E. DALLAS M. TARKENTON Minister. 9:45 a.m. Bible School. Worship 1 1 a.m. and 7 :45 p.m. Wed & Fri. 7:45 p.m. WWDC Sundays 7 A.M. The Little Church With a Bio Welcome Aftuntt OJhrtHtiatt FIRST ADVENT CHRISTIAN CHURCH (Not Seventh Day) FRIEND'S MEETING HOUSE Cor. of Thirteenth and Irving N.W. 2:00 p.m.—Church School. 3:00 p.m.—"If Jesus Should Not Come." Thursday—Prayer Meeting, 8 p.m. FRANK J DAVIS. Minister. Saha'i SFaitlj BAHA'I CENTER 1308 Eye Street N.W. Sunday, June 16, at 4 PM. Meetings olso held in Alexandria, Arlington, Chevy Chose ond Cobin John. Church of Spiritoal Science Dr. Z. A. Wright Pastor Holmeod Ploce N.W. (Formerly Loneley Church) SLNDAY SFRVICE. 7:45 P.M. b>: John R grat MIDUFFK SERVICE THCRS. 8PM to a«nuby *,Pr*v- Rev. Lola Miller. Rn. John R. Gray. Brinr a friend and come early. Services every Sunday and Thursday Evening: at 7:45 pm. Assisting mediums. Take llfh St. car to Nenton St., 1 Mock east to Holmead PI. 34 the ho»nP chapel bv T>r TlriFht, 450 N. J Ave. S.E.. Mon . Wed * rrfor!;*? Appts. Trinidad 8005. CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL. Lutheran Reformation At the Lutheran Church of the Reformation tomorrow evening Dr O. F. Blackwelder will continue his series on “Great Music and Christ ian Culture,” speaking on “The Life and Work of Haydn.” The instru mental and vocal musical selections will be taken from the works of this composer. The Daily Vacation Bible School will be held for boys and girls. 4 to 15 years of age, June 25-July 16. Tuesday through Friday, 9:3()' a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Correct Your Children I R*v. Billington 1 Proyerbs 19: ■18 — C h a sten thy son while there is hope, and let not thy soul spare for his crying. Proverbs 20 - 120 — Whoso [ c u r s e t h his ? father or his [mother, his lamp shall be put out in ob 'scure darlcness. Proverbs 29 15—The rod and reproof give wis dom; but a child left to himself bringeth his mother to shame. It seems that our laws have become so strict that if a father whips with the switch and brings the bood he is a criminal: if he strikes with the hand, he is a brute. But children curse their fathers and mothers, girls as young as thirteen years or more in our own State run away, and girls fifteen years old swear out warrants for their own fathers and the parents are made the goat and the children laugh in their face. These things ought not to be. These are the causes for the great increase in juvenile delinquency. Send for our weekly paper and Five Things Every Person Ought to Know. Rev. Dalla* F. Billington 2312 Manchester Road Ahron 14, Ohio ^untarrlarian GOSPEL TEMPLE OF WASHINGTON 4209 9th St. N.W. (deorgia Ave. and Upshur St.) No Creed but Chritt No Book but the Bible R«. Leslie E. Gould. Pastor. 7108 Georgia Ave. N.W, Phone Taylor *281. 8 :B0 a.m.—WWDC radio service. 9:45 a.m.—Bible School. 1 1 :00 a.m.—'Cleansed for Service.' 6:00p.m.—Testimony Service. 6:45 p.m.—Young People's Serv ice. 8:00 p.m.—“The Forgiveness of Jesus." 8:00 p.m. Friday—Youth Rally. A Friendlv. Growing Church. Tou and your family are welcome. all? (Eflttgrrgattmtal (Gburrtjffl CLEVELAND PARK 3400 Lowell St. N.W. ALFRED IYESLEY HI RST. D. D. MINISTER 10:50 a.m.—Organ Music (Miss Laura Gibbs). 11:00 o.m.—"Tasks to Chal lenge Heroes." Chaplain Roy W. Porker, guest min ister. Nursery for children. Plymouth Cong’l Church 17th and P Sts. N.W Rev Herbert L. B. Wilkins. Minister. 9:30 a.m.—Graded Sunday School 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship with Sermon by Rev W. W. Blocker of Howard Uni versity. Subject: "The Re _ ^ sDonsibility of Hearing.” 8.00 p m.—Thursday. Prayer and Praise Service _Come and Worship With L's. PEOPLE'S «34 M St. N.W. 9.30 a m.—Graded Church School. 11:00 am.—Worship and Sermon. "And So the Church Grew.” Third Message of a Whitsuntide series. • Thursday. R p.m.—Midweek Service. ARTHUR FI.ETCHER ELMES. Minister , **The Friendliest Church in the City.” j LINCOLN TEMPLE 11th and R Streets N.W. ROBERT W. BROOKS, Minister “A Hearty Welcome to All People/* 9:30 a m.—Sunday School for all. 10:15 a.m.— Men's Brotherhood Sea* sion. Dr. St. Elmo Brady, speaker. 11 :00 a m.—Worship and Sermon. “Divine Harmonies.' Guest Speaker. The Rev. Charles C. King. 6 00 p m - Christian Endeavor. Otis Holley. Church Soloist. THE ROCK SPRING , CHURCH Rork Swine and Little Falls Rd. N„ Arlington, Va. ll:OOa m.—Morning Worship o:3U p.m.—Young Neighborhood Club. * _PALL K HUNTER. Mtolatar. INGRAM MEMORIAL H. RAYMOND PHELPS. Mlnlste*. Map*. At*. at 10th N.E. 9'45 am.—Church School. 11 on a m —Worship and Sermon. FIRST CHURCH 10th and G Sti. N.W. Minister! : Howard Stone Anderson Hubert S. Beckwith Minister of Music: Whitford L. Hall 11:00 A.M. 90 VOICES IN CHOIR FESTIVAL Whitford L. Hall, Director William Watkins, Organist Three Trumpeters TWO ADULT CHOIRS Present Christmas Music Easter Music Spring Music and the best of the whole Church year. Silver Spring JOHN F. McClelland, Minister All Services at Montgomery Blair High School, 501 Dale Drive. d:45a.m.—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—Service of Worship. Guest Preacher. The Rev. Thomas M. Steen. “New Towers for a New Aft.” 11:00 a.m.—Church School—Nurserv Beginners and Primary. Mount Pleasant 1410 Columbia Rood N.W. (Easily Reached by 14th St. Car. 18th St Bus or Crosstown Bus.) Ministers FRED SHERMAN BUSCHMEYER EDMUND ROBERT STRAIT 11:00 a.m.—Morning Warship Guest Speaker Dr. Frederick E. Reissig Executive Secretary, Washington Federation of Churches Organized Bible Classes By Dr. Page McK. Etchison Dr. Wilmer Souder of the United States Bureau of Standards will be the guest teacher tomorrow at the Young People's Class of National City Christian Church. His topic will be "Paul’s Words of Fire to the Gallatians.” Mrs. Everett Dix will teach the National Women’s Bible Class tomorrow. The Home builder's Class will have W. E. Stine as guest teacher. The Hummer Memorial Class of Epworth Methodist Church will be taught tomorrow by Mrs. Marie Kage.v. The Conway Class elected Mrs. Margaret Rice, president; Mrs. Helen Baxter, vice president; Mrs. Vivian CTBriant, recording secre tary; Mrs. C. B. Vaughan, corre sponding secretary, and Miss Valtee Adams, treasurer. Mrs. Gordon Mor row has been elected president of the Douglass Class. The Kingdom Builder's Class of Mount Rainier Christian Church joined the Organized Bible Class Association. Officers are: Mrs Charles Roehl, president: Miss Floelle Spiegel, vice president: Mrs. Joseph Lynn, secretary: Norman Crone, treasurer and George Tar gets teacher. < The Harrison Bible Class of St. Luke's Methodist Church will have as guest teacher tomorrow, Stephen O. Porter, son of Stephen T. Por ter, retired chief engineer, District Fire Department. The Rev. Virgil M. Hobbs will teach the Templemen's Bible Class of Temple Baptist Church tomor row. The Jaynes Class of Mount Vernon Place Methodist Church will have the members of the Susanna Wesley Class as guests tomorrow. Mrs Mabel Wright, teacher of the Sus anna Wesley Class, will speak. The Jaynes Class will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Yowell. The Vaughn Class of Calvary Baptist Church will join the Cal vary Brotherhood in a picnic this afternoon at the Bliss Electrical School, Takoma Park. At a busi ness session officers will be nomi nated. Capt. Victor Hunt Harding will speak to the Clyde Kelly Class of Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church tomorrow on "What Is My Creed?" The Trinity Men's Bible Class of Trinity Methodist Church will have W. E. Truman as guest speaker to morrow. The Trilla B. Young Ladies' Bible Ettangrliral anil SUfarmrfi BETHEL DR. I.EE A. 4317 Leo Bird. Arlington. Va. PEELER. Pastor. 1 1 :<>0 a m.—Morning Worship. Sermon: _“God's X-Rary."_ FIRST REFORMED Rev. F. Nelsen Srblegel. Pastor. SUNDAY. fi:45 a m.—Sunday School 11 :00 r m.—Worship and Sermon GRACE REFORMED 15th and 0 N.W. - REV. CALVIN M. WINGERT. D. D. The National Reformed Church in the - Nation a Capital 9:40 AM. Church School 11:00 A M . Morning Worship. | 8:00 PM Evening Service ICONCORDIAI EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 201 h and G St*. N.W. REV. CHARLES ENDERS, Pastor 0 45 a m.— Biole School 11:00 a.m.—Worship with Sermon “The On Goinr Church." nursery Service During Worship National (Tabmtarl? A Cordial Invitation to THE NATIONAL TABERNACLE Piney Branch Rd. N.W. at Georgia REV. DE LOSS M. SCOTT, Minister. Rev. De Loss M. Scott “Therefore Being Justified by Faith, We Have Peace With Cod, Through Our Lord Jeiut Chr„t Romani S:1 SUNDAY—JUNE 23 9:45 a.m.—A Healthy Bible School centered around the Bible. 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. Postor's subject; "What's In a Nome?'' 7:15 p.m.—Prayer Service. 7:45 p.m.—Evening Evangelistic. Pastor's subject: "Justification by Faith." Wednesday Evening—8:00 P.M. Midweek service of proyer, praise and Bible study, with an invitation to you. Service* Worth Traveling Mile* to Attend I Class of Western Presbyterian ! Church elected Mrs. Alton Bishop, : president; Mrs. Pearl Berkeley, vice |president; Miss Olivette Suttles, re ; cording secretary; Miss Betty Good, corresponding secretary, and Miss Catherine Eidson, treasurer. Mrs. C. Stewart McKenzie is teacher. The Calvary Men's Bible Class of Calvary Methodist Church will be taught tomorrow by John W. Fisher. The Friendship Class of Metro politan Presbyterian Church will hold its monthly meeting Monday evening. Representative Brooks Hays cf Arkansas will be the guest teacher of the Burrall Class of Calvary Bap tist Church tomorrow. 'Doll Adoption' Program At Mt. Vernon Methodist The vacation Church School, which opened yesterday at Mount Vernon Place Church is featuring a "Doll Adoption” program. The classes run from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. "Camp Hull Springs,” spon sored by the church will open on June 29. Dr. Frederick Reissig, executive secretary of the Federation of Churches, will address the young adults at 7 p.m. Miss Mae Fullmer, formerly connected with the George O. Robinson School of Puerto Rico, will speak to the seniors. All Souls' Unitarian Lewis Corning Atwater, who this month completes 35 years as organ ist and director of music at All Souls’ Unitarian Church, will be honored at a reception following the 11 o'clock service tomorrow. He has also served for a similar period as organist, for the Washington Hebrew congregation. (Cljurrli oi (Suit (Hit Jiaiy) f I UO*D Of THt STOP THINK REMEMBER 7hr Bible says: "The Seventh Day Is the Sabbath."—Ex. 20:h-Il. The Seventh Day It Saturday Attend the “Church of God" Seventh Day Every Saturday: Sabbath School, 10:00a.m. Preaching, 11:00 a.m. N. E. Masonic Temple Between E and F on 8th St. N.E. M. L. BARTHOLOMEW, Pastor Radio every Sunday, 9:15 A.M., WWDC AflHfmbliw of (gob TRINITY CHURCH 916 F St. N.E. REV. HERBERT A. NUNLEY, PASTOR 10:00 a.m.—Sunday School. 11 :00 a m.—Worship p m.—Evangelistic. Wednesday and Friday, son pm. Bethel Tabernacle North Capitol and K Streets Bible School 9:30 A.M. Sunday 1 1 :00 A.M. & 7:30 P M. Tues. Cr Friday 7:45 P.M. Thurs. Prayer and Fasting I to 4 P.M. SERMONS IN SONG SUNDAY, WOL, 7:45 A.M. WATER BAPTISM—JUNE 28 MEMBERSHIP—JUh?E 30 CHILDREN'S DAY—JUNE 30 D. V. B. S. Opens July 1 ELAINE WALTON 1 ELIZABETH APOU r Teachers ELLEN YAMADA ! HARRY V. SCHAEFFER, Psstor CALVARY GOSPEL CHURCH 3213 Que St. N.W. D-2 and D-4 Buses, A’o. .V) Street• car pass door, Que at Wisconsin 10:00 a.m.—Sunday School. 1 1 :00 a.m.—Sermon by the Pastor. 6:00 p.m.—Yojjng People. 7 :45 p.m.—Evangelistic. Wednesday, 7:45 p.m.— Prayer and Praise REV. W. L. SHIRER, Pastor. THE FULL GOSPEL TABERMACLE 915 Mass. Ave. N.W. 9 ;30 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. 7:45p.mf—Evangelistic Service. Tuesday, 8:00 p.m.— Young People. Wednesday, 7:45 p.m.— Prayer and Praise. WWDC Broadcast Sundoy 6:00 to 6:30 P.M. B. E. MAHAN, Pastor. Public Cordially Invited Christian &rtatre f QUjriatiatt Orient* CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHPKCHES AND KEADINO BOOMS IN GREATER WASHINGTON Branches of The Mother Chnrch, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts Except as noted, Sunday Services 11 A.M. and 8 P.M. Sunday School 11 AM Wednesday Evening Meetings at 8 P.M, include testimonies of Christian Science healing. All are invited to attend our services and use our Reading Rooms Subject of Lesson-Sermon, June 23 *7s the Universe, Including Man, Evolved by Atomic Force?9’ DISTRICT OF COLOMBIA. FIRST CHURCH: Columbia Road and Euclid Street N.W, Reading Room. 1612 K Street ht.W. Weekdays. Holidays. 9 to t (Wed., to 7): Sunday. 2 to 6. SECOND CHURCH: 111 C St. N.E. Reading Room, 111 C N.E. Week days, 10 to ft (Wed. to 7); 8un. and Hoi., 2:90 to S:30. third CHORCH: 13th and L Sts N.W (Sunday. 11 A.M. and 6 PM. Reading Room Colorado Bldg.. 14th and G Sts. Weekdays, fl to »; (Wed., to 7:30): Sun and Hoi.. 2 to 6. FOURTH CHURCH: 16th and Oak Sta. N.W. Reading Room. Riff: Bank Bldf.. 14th and Par’: Rd. N.W. Weekdays. ft to ft (Wed. to 7) Sun. and Hoi. 2:3" to 6:30 -FIFTH CHURCH: 3663 Mass. Ave N.W. Sun. Bch.. fl:30 AM (Nc Bun. Eve. Service.) Reading Room 1626 Wisconsin ave. N.W Weekdays 12:30 to 6. except Wed and Frl. to 7:30. Close Sun. and Holidays SOCIETY 'COLORED): 902 T St N.W Sun Sch. 9:30 A.M (No Sun. Eve Service). Reading Room 002 T St., Wed. 6:30 to 7:50. MARYLAND. CHf-VT CHASE. FIRST CHURCH. §908 Conn. Ave. Sun. School Chevy Chase Elementary 8chool, Rosemary 8t Readme Room, 7 Wilson Lane. Bethesda: Week days. 1 to 6 HYATT8VILLE: FIRST CHURCH fMasonic Hall. Gallatin St. (No un. Eve. Service.) Readln* Room 213 Balto Blvd. Weekdays. 1 to 4. Mon. and Frl. Eves.. 7 to P VIRGINIA. ALEXANDRIA: FIRST CHURCH 1709 Russell Road (No Sundae Evening Service) Reading Roorr 108 N. Patrick Ale* Weekday: 9 to 6. Closed Sun. and Holidays 3I.INGT0N, FIRST CHURCH 0843 Little Palls Road. East Falls Church (No Sun Eve Service.) Wed meetings 8:lfl P M Reading Room. 3248 Wil son Blvd Weekdays. 1 to 9 •Wed to 8) Closed Sundays and Holidays ISLINGTON SOCIETY: 1913 Wilson Blvd. (Colonial village Ballroom.) (No 8un Eve. Serv.) Reading Room, 1913 Wilson Blvd. Wed. 8:30 to 7:80. Luther Place Church Fellowship Day Young People's Fellowship day at Luther Place Memorial Church to morrow. The guest preacher at 11 a.m. will be the Rev. Dr. Morris Wee, executive secretary of the Stu dent Service Commission of the National Lutheran Council. His sub ject is "Ye Are My Disciples If-.” Officers of the Gleaners’ and Crusaders' Classes, the World Serv ice Society and the Luther Leagues will be installed. Dinner for the young people will be served in the social rooms at 1 p.m. and the afternoon will be spent in Rock Creek Park at grove 24. After a picnic supper the Rev. John Gensel will be the speaker. Baptist Churches Plan Vacation Bible Schools The 34 churches composing the District of Columbia Baptist Con vention. starting Mondav morning, will hold 37 Vacation Bible schools in as many different localities of the Washington area. Principals and faculties for these schools have been secured totaling approximately 8no. The schools are in session each weekday except Saturday, and from 9 a m. until noon. Dr. McCartney Closing Services at Covenant Dr. Albert J. McCartney -will de liver his last sermon at Covenant First Presbyterian Church tomor row and on June 30 will terminate his ministry there with holy com munion. He will speak tomorrow on "The Task of the Church in the Coming Decade.” In January Dr. McCartney went to Chicago as director of the fa mous Sunday Evening Club, Dr. McCartney came here from Santa Monica, Calif, in January 1930. He continues his residence here until the first of October when he returns to Chicago. ' Petworth Baptist Church Petworth Baptist Church will honor all its member graduates to morrow evening when the Rev James P Rodgers will speak on ‘The Individuality of Duty.” The graduates will be honor guests at the Fellowship Period immediately following the service. Vacation Bible School begins at 9 a.m. Mondav, and will continue through July 3. All boys and girls, ages 4-16, are invited. Argentina expects to harvest 4, 200.000 tons of corn this year. (Ehiirrh of (Ehrist qUrm-tfr af (Efrrial CHURCHES ANACOSTIA 2407 Minn. Ave. S.E. BONDS STOCKS, Minister TR. 7833 10:00 a.m.—Bible School. J1 00 a m.—Morning Worship. 7:1* pm.—Young People s Meeting. 8:00 p.m.—E\angelistic Service. FOURTEENTH STREET 3460 14th Street N.W. C. E. McGAlGHKY. Minliter. 10 00 a.m.—Bible School. 3 0:50 a m—"Can It Happen Again?’* ft:onpm.—Service at Franklin Park. 0:45 pm.—Young People Meet. 0:00 pm.—"ftrfi'inr Fara.’* Mr. McGaugher. of CHRIST AVALON HEIGHTS 28th and Douglas Streets N.E. At Bladensburg Road HARRY PICKUP. Jr . Minister. in 00 a m —Bible School 11 00 a.m. and S:00 p.m — Guest Speaker. * 00 P m—Young People's Meeting ARLINGTON, VA. 20 North Irving St. Harry Pickup. Sr.. Minister 10 no a m —Bible School. lO oOa.m.—Morning Worship ‘ t.i p m.—Evangelistic Service ALEXANDRIA, VA. Lee Room, George Mason Hotel 10:00 a m.—Bible Classes. 1 I :00 a.m.—"The Doctrine of Christ." 7 :00 p m.—"The Holy Spirit." Hugo McCord, Minister. £pi0rnpai c Eptarnpal NORTHWEST Washington CatheoRAl Moss, and Wise. Aves. Open Dad]/ From S A.M. to 6 P.M. Sundoy's Honored State: Missouri Services for the First Sundoy After Trinity 7:30 am.—Holy Communion. 9 30 a m —Holy Communion Bethlehem Chapei. Canon Draper.. 11 ;00 a m.—Litar.y and Ame-Commumon Freacher the Ver> R<*v. John Wallace Sulcr. D. D., Dean 4:00 pm.—Evensong Preacher, ( anon Williamy. Weekda y Sei . ices— 7:30 am.. 12 noon and 4 pm. jS>atnt iflargaret’s Conn. Ave & Boncroft PI. REV. ARMAND T EYLER 7:30 a m —Holy Communion. 1 1 :QO a m.—Morntnie Prayer and Sermon Thursday, 11:00 a m.—Holv Communion 2111 faints’ Chevy Chase Circle REV. C. W. LOWRY, D. Phil. (Oxon.) Rector. REV. CRAIG E. EDER, B. D 7 :30 a m.—Holy Communion. 1 I :00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon by Dr. Lowry. ST. JOHN’S | Georgetown 3240 O Street NW. WILLIAM SHARP. Rector. * 00 a m.—Holy Communion J 1 on a m.— Morning Trayer and Sermon Kurserv tor small children in Parish _ Hnure Durinn Service. EPIPHANY 1317 G Street N.W. The Rev. Charles W. Sheerin. D. P.. Rector The Rev. Hunter W. Leu is. B. D. The Rev. F. Richard Williams. Th. B. a m.—Holy Communion. 11:00 am.—Morning Prayer and Ser mon b.v Dr. Sheerin. O OOp m.—Fellowship Forum fc'OOp.m.—Evening Prayer and Address _by_Dr. Sheerin._ _ THE TRANSFIGURATION 1415 Gallatin St. N.W. REV. J. J. QUEALLY, RECTOR Services £ and 11 am Church School. 9:00 a m ST. STEPHEN AND THE INCARNATION 16th end Newton Sts. N.W. REV. STUART F GAST, M. A RECTOR Sundays —8, W:30. 11 am.: 1:30 p.m fErmttp Cfiurci) Piney Branch Rd. ot Dahlia St. N.W s on p m.—Holy Communion. 9:30 a m.—Church School. 11:00 a m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon by Rev. Robert O. Kevin. __Ph. P._ ST. THOMAS 18th and Church Sts., Bet. P and Q Nr. Dupont Circle. Rev. H. S. Wilkinson, D.D., Rector SUNDAY 8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion. I 1 :00 a.m.—Service ond Sermon by Dr. Wilkinson. Monday, Thursdoy ond Saturday, I 1 a m.. Holy Communion. _NORTHEAST GOOD SHEPHERD 6th St., Between H ond I N.E. Rev. Robert Tomlinson 1:30 a.m.—Holy Communion. S:4?> a m.—Church School II on a m—Morning Prayer and Sermon ST. JAMES' CHURCH 222 8th St. N.E. Carlines 40. 42 02—Tel. AT. 1746. Sunday Masses 7:30 and 11. Church School. 9:30 a.m. Vespers. 7:30 pm Daily Mass. 7 a.m Holy Hour Thurs.. 8 p.m, Confessions. Sat.. 7-9 p m. ©ur ifeabiour 16th and Irving Sts. N.t. REV. ALVIN LAMAR WILLS 7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m.—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon. Child s Nursery during ! 1 o’clock Service HYATTSVILLE PINKNEY MEMORIAL 12nd Are and Gallatin St. REV J. JAQIKI.IN AMBLER 8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m.—Church School. 11 :oo a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon. "montgomerVcounty &t. Joint's Wisconsin Avc. and Bradley Lana. REV. W. f. CREIGHTON, Rector. 8:00 am.—Holy Communion. 9:45 a.m.—Sunday 8chool 11 00 a m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon 6:15 pm.—Youne People's Fellowship. NORTHWEST ROCK CREEK PARISH .. t ST PAUL S CHURCH ''eb»ter SI. and Rork Creek Chureb Rd REV. CHARLES WOOD Key. JOHN A. RICHARDSON. SUNDAY. JUNE 23. f ;J0 a m.—Hoiv Communion n "O a m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon . 00 pm —Young People s Fellowship Rectory. WEDNESDAY, JUNE. 2fl. » 30 a m.—Holy Communion Rock of Ages, Truth Divine. Be Thy strength forever mine. ’ , Church open every day all day for meditation and prayer. ST. AGNES' CHURCH _ __ 46 Que St. N.W. William Eekman. S. S. J. E., in Charge . SUMMER SCHEDULE: Sundar Masse*—LOW—9:.'JO. SUNG, Instruction—II. LOW. —Confessions Sa'ur —ays at '.30 PM_andbv appointment. ST. JOHN S Lafayette Square S:no—Holy Communion II <"> a m—-Morning Prayer „ , ttev. c. Leslie Glenn, s.iht—Holy Communion. .. R'v. C. Leslie Glenn. nurierv maintained from ;; fo , . Weeitrtay Holy Communion Monday , :.»o and 12; Tuesday. Thurs oay. 12 Wednesday. Friday 1 30 Saturday. 7,30 and 12 Churrh Open Daih. 7 In 7 ALL SOULS’ MEMORIAL * **he<lral E**t of Connecticut Are MRm) H HmP stKRRKTT. Min,iter 1 1 a m Morning prayer and Sermon. ST. PAUL'S < arriea On at ST. THOMAS' CHURCH 1 8th St. between P end Q St*. 9 3ii a m.—Holy Eucharist p.m—E- ensong and Benediction, Grace Church Georgetown 1041 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. REV. N. M. PERKINS, Rector. p .to a m —Church Svhool. 11 :<>«> a m —Morning Prayer and Sermon ASCENSION Massachusetts Ave. at 12th St N W Rev. HAROLD V. 0 LOUNSBURY, Recto. S ona m—Holy Communion. P .u*a m—Church School H :»>fi a nv—Morning Prayer and Sermon iA°?>nay* JunfT V' st John Baptist Day, 10 no a m—Holy Communion. tnSnA"rday* ,*!u,ne St. P^ter Day. 10.00 a.m.—Holy Communion. Christ Church, Georgetown Corner 31st end O Sts. C Joh.? ,R- Anachntr. Rector. * 00 a m.—Holy Communion 11 uio ? m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon Nursery maintained for small childrer In Parish House during services. St. Columba's 4?nd and.Albemarle Sts. X.W. (One block west of Wis. Ave ) w „ REV. C. R. MF.NGERS - >o and P 30—Holy Communion, am.—Church School 11 00 ? ™ —Morning: Prayer and Sermon. SOUTHEAST EMMANUEL ANB0OSTIA 13th and V Sts. S.E. T oo and 8:0ft a m. — teolv Communion. h:oo a.m.—Mortrnc Prayer P ••70 a.m.— Familv Service Church School 11.00 a m.—Choral Eucharist A: Sermon CHRIST CHURCH „ 670 G St S.E 7.30 a.m.—Holy Communion O oOa.m.—Junior Church Service 11 oo a m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon. £atlp*r Mcmurtal Church of the Holy Communion 3201 NICHOLS AVE. S.E s on a m.—Holy Communion. P:.10 «.m.—Church School. 1 I hO a m.—Mornina Prayer and Sermon fet. iHarfe’s ^ „ ON, CAPITOL HILL’* Third and A Streets Southeast. REV. ROBERT JOHNSTON PLFMB. Rector. s oo a m—Holy Communion. 11 oo a m.—Morning Prayer Rnd Sermon , bv the Rector. Thi.’r.^day. ] l :00 a.m.—Holy Communion. ST. TIMOTHY’S S.E. Alabama Ave. and Suitlard Rd. R:00*m.—Holy Communion. 11 :Oo a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon. NATIVITY 1340 M*“ s.e. n« I 1*1 I Ir:30 (9:15 C. S.). 10. 11. 55!Prr,SJjiS!,,l *01 15«h N.E.. 9:15 A M. RF.V. ENOCH M.THOMPSON Rector. Arlington County, Va. ST. GEORGE'S No Nelson and Ninth Sts., Arlington. Va. THE REV. HEDLEY J. WILLIAMS, _ „ Rector. 8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion. 10:00 a m —Church School (Summer), i '-”0 »m.—-Morning Pra.ver a ad Sermon. 7tOO p.m.—Young_People’s League. FALLS CHURCH THE FALLS CHURCH Cor. Lee Highway and East Fairfax St. The Rev. Francis W. Hayes, Jr., Rector S:00a.m.—Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m.—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—Church School, Beginners, , , Parish House 11 :l111 *.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon MONTGOMERY COUNTY ©race 9301 Georgia Avenue _ Sliver Spring. Md. < oh > m —Holy Communion. 11.00 a m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon by Rev. Charles W. Wood of St. Paul's Church. Rock Creek. Organists' Guild 50th Anniversary The services at the Church of the Epiphany on Sunday will feature the 50th anniversary of the Ameri can Guild of Organists, of which Adolf Torovsky, organist and choir master is a member. All music sung both at morning and evening serv ices will be music composed by Gul!d members, including six short compositions by Mr. Torovskv. At 11 a.m.. Dr. C. W. Sherrin will preach on "Goj's Gift of Music.” and at 8 p.m., “Casting Out Fear.” | St. Paul's Lutheran •' i Dr. Edwin Moll of New York Qltv, who has traveled over the emir8 world, will speak at St. Paul s Lu theran Church tomorrow mornjp? on “Christ and World Conditionfe." On Thursday the Sunday school will hold its annual outing at Mar shal Hall. (EhriataMpmau Christadelphian Chapel 73? Webster St. N.W. _S. S-. 10 >.m. Sfrvirei. 11:1.% m.m. Ghristadelphian Ecclesla S. S 10 a m. Servicea 1J a m. • 1012 9th St. N.W.. 3rd PI. Public Invited. Sapltei Capital D. C. Baptist Convention Headquarters 715 Eighth Street1 N.W. Co-operating with Northern and Southern Baptist Conventions Executive Secretary—M. CHANDLER STITH BETHANY R. I. Ave. and 2nd St. N.W. M. P. German, Minister 1 1 :00 a.m.—"Never Mind Me." 8 00 p m—"imperishable Words." S. S , 9 :45 a.m. Y. P., 6:45 p.m. CONGRESS HEIGHTS i Esther and Brothers Place S.E. i Visitinr Pastor. Chaplain A. J. Braated. a m.—Sunday Sehooi. 11.00 a m—Sermon “Channels of Power.*1 0 *.*> p m — B T F. * 00 p.m—“Souls of Illness " vlerinpsriay. S.oo p m—Prayer Meeting ' BROOKLAHD 16th and Monroe Sts. N.E. Goye L. McGlothlen, Minister. 9:30 a.m.—Graded Bible School. 11:00 dm.—"Who Is Christ?" 7 :00 p.m.—Graded Training Union, 8 ;00 p m.- "Proyer That Prevails" ARLINGTON 8th and Monroe Sts. ROl'TH ARLINGTON. \A. LEN FRANKLIN STEVENS, Pastor 9.45 a m.—Sunday School J 1 .00 a m.—“The Call to Compromise.” 0:45 p.m —Training Umor, 8 00 pm —"Do Not Despair.*' 8:00 p.m.—The Hour of Power. TAlfHMA pltl,v Branch Road and I HIWmM Aspen Street N.tT. Herbert W. Baurom. Jr., Pastor. 9 4.7 a m—Sunday School 31 00 a m.—Sermon Subjec’ “New or _ Second-Hand Religion. 30 p m —Youth Service? T.45 p m—Sermon Subject: ‘‘Honest? _ Pays.” SongleM g Qf> P m . Wednesday. Fellowship Hour SILVER SPRING . *30-932 Havnr Arr. ,, A- WESLEV LOFTI S Minister. JO a m —Morning Worship, ft Qfrp.m —Evening Service BETHESDA Wilson Lone & Melrose Ave. J. RAYMOND NELSON, Pastor 10:^ j am.—Worship and Sermon 9 :45 o.m.—Sunday School. SECOND 17th and East Capitol Sts. REV. J. RAY GARRETT, Pastor 0:30 a m.—Bible School 11 00 am. — “The Power of the Gospel. 6 45 p.m.—Bapiist Training Union ft 00 p m.—“The Needs of the Age." NORTH WASHINGTON 5832 Georgia Avenue N.W. RKV HENRY J. SMITH. Pastor. 9 l.i a m.—E ole School. ] 1 0»i a m—"EnricMne Replacements." 8 45 p m.—F T F. Groups 7 45 p.m.—"A Living W orld.’* _ Rev D C\_Gordon. Guest Preacher SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST Semen e»ery Sobboth 'Soturdoyl Bible Class—10:30 c.m. Preaching—1 1 ;30 a m HAROLD E. SNIDE, Minister. Mt Vernon Place Methodist Church 900 Mass. Ave. N.W., Lowpr totrance COVENANT BAPTIST” 126 Yumo Street S.E. REV. HARRY HOW. Pastor. Bible School 0:45 am.; Worship. 11 am ' Baptist Traimne Union, fi ."0 p m Worship. 7:45 pm Wed 7:30 pm. Telephone TR 1055 KENDALL 9th and Independence' Are, S.W. REV JOSEPH E SORRLLI,. Actinic FaMor 9 40 f> m.—Sunday Schoo' 1 roo a m.—Morning Worship , « =>o p.m—Training Fellowship 8 on p.m —Evemns Servic** Thursday. s 00 p m —Prayer Service Cemplc ,0S: ;ndwN DR. JOHN E. BRIGGS, Minister. ] 1 00 a m—‘ The Grace of Forgetting “ 8:00 p m.—“The Strong Ynune Men the Need of the Hour." Rev Walter C. Scott. Fork Union _ . Va Guest Speaker 9:40 a m.—Sunday School, classes for all 6:4ft p.m.—Baptist Training Fellowship Vacation Bible School. June 21-Jul' 5. Boys and Girls. 4-13 years of age. Sundav School Excursion to MARSHALL HALL. June _ ftlarplanb Sbenue 14th and Maryland Ave. N.E. W. A. EMMANS, Paster. EVANGELISTIC MEETING Closing Sunday—June 23. 1 1 :00 a.m.—"In the Hands of the Potter." Warren Brewin, speaker. 7:45 p.m.—"Almost a Christian." Mr. Brewin. Congregational Singing and Solos ___ Paul Plack. PETWORTH BAPTIST 7th and Randolph Sts. N.W. Washington, D. C. REV. JAMES P. RODGERS, Pastor. 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. Classes for oil ages. 1 1 :00 a m.—"Christ's Last Will and Testament." 6:45 p.m.—Training Union. Fully1 graded. 8:00 p.m.—"The Individuality of Duty." VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL June 24-July 3 Ages 4-16 Registration Day—Saturday, June 22 METROPOLITAN BAPTIST CHURCH 6fh and A Streets N.E. DK. K. O’VEN 'VHITt Pastor Rev. Walter X. Kill. Assistant Pastor. i Tou are incited to attend services in a: church nhirh believes that people nneht to have a part in public worship EVERY! Sunday: which believes that "ye roust be born again", which believes that the Gospel of Christ is the only message that! can give hope, and which challenges vou to rollow Him as a Living Saviour. 1 1 :00 a m.—"Our father's Vic tories. " 7 :45 p.m.—"Beginning Home Life." Sermons by the pastor. 9:30 a.m.—Church Bible School. 6:25 p.m.—Baptist Training Union. 7:45 p.m.—Wednesday—Hour of Power. Sunday evening services broadcast over Station WWDC on second, fourth and fifth Sundoy evenings. ^Holding Forth the Word of Life. ' 16th & 0 Sts. N.W. Edward Hugltes Pruden R. Edward Dowdy, Ministers 9 :45 & II a m.—"Finding Help in Time of Need." Dr. Pruden. 8:00 p.m.—"Listening to Washing ton." Mr. Dowdy. 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. 6:30 p.m.—Baptist Twining Fellow ship. CAPITOL 523 8th Street N.E. '•The Young People'! Church ‘ of Washington" 9:30 a.m.—Church School. 1 1 :00 a.m.—Morning Worship. 6:30 p.m.—Training Unions. ~ .45 p.m.—Evening Service J Midweek Prayer Meeting. 7:45 p M. Will oe held at 118 10th St. KI, Clarendon North Highland St. and Wilson Blvd.. ARLINGTON. VA FRANK L. SNYDER, Pastor 4 P 4 5 a m.—Bible School H ho p m—“Youth Come* to Itaelf.** • 4 r» p m —“A Bad Busineft* Started ** Pm—Sweet Hour of Prayer.: Telephone OX 07 Id and CH_8305. GRACE BAPTIST 9th and South Carolina Ave. S.E. At Pennsylvania Ave. S* ."to a m.—Sunday School 11:00 a.m. and 7:45 pm—Mr. Charles Pieneerass. Guest Minister^ Mrs Odell King. Organist. Julius Whitinger. Director of Music. H'e Preach th* Old-Fashioned Gospel. WEST WASHINGTON 31st and N Streets N.W. 'Founded 18«6> CHARLES B. AUSTIN, Pastor • 9 45 a m.—Sur.cay School i 11 on a m —Sermon by the Pastor. , OOpm—B Y P U and B T U. i k on p rn —Sermon by the Pastor Vacation Bible School. Mondav throuth r Friday, 9.30 am to noon FOUNTAIN MEMORIAL 22!4 Noylor Rd S.E. AT. 3640* Rev. FRANK B BURRESS, Pastor | 9:30o.m.—Sunday Schoo1. U:00a.m.—-''God's Greatest Servant." 6:45 p.m.—Training Union. 8:00 p m—"The Greatest Certainty." NATIONAL BAPTIST MEMORIAL 16th Street and Colombia Road 1 1 :00 A.M. | Worship Service "Foundations for Faith." t 8:00 P.M. Worship Service "A Life Made Over." ":A0 a.m.—Bible School for oil ages. - .4^ p.m. Baptist Training Fellow ship. Thursday, 8:00 p.m—Midweek Prayer Service. Dr. Edward B. Willingham, Minister, CENTENNIAL "God’s Corner’ 7Hi ond I Streets N.E. WILSON HOLDER. Patter 9 30A M. Bible School. 1:00 A.M. Worship Service. "Empty C h a I - lenge." Training Union. The Gideon So ciety Baptism. 6:30 P.M 7:45 P.M. ON THE AIR 11:35 A.M. Station WWDC ft Worship Service Rev. Wilson Holder, Minister Ruth Linder, Organist. Just Dial 14=0 at 11:35 AM. Calbarp 8th and H St$. N.W. DR. C. W. CRANFORD. Minister REV. PIERRE TANGENT, Assistant Minister. 9:30 o.m.—Sunday School. I 1:00 a nr- 'When Trouble Comes' 6:15 p.m.—Youth Groups. 8 .00 p m.—'Captured by a Cause.' 8:00 p.m. Wednesday—Mid-week' - Service. Rev. Pierre Tangent, associate minister, preaching. LATHER RICE MEMORIAL 5315 North Capitol Street. One block from Chillum (f 41 Busline LUTHER J. HOLCOMB, Pastor. Worship Services— 9.45, I 1 :00 o.m. ond 8:00 p.m. WISCONSIN AVE. ,114. »”<t Frurnden St». N.W. CLARENCE RAY FERGUSO J. Pastor. i f nn " m--Church Bible School. 11 .on r rn. and « ,4r> p rn — Sermons by the Pastor . .00 n.ni —Baptist Training Unions, _> ■ B 8.—June H tn .ti It 3. Washington's Historic Southern Baptist Church is the 609 E Street Southwest. FIFTH J. Herrick Ha l, Pastor Sunday. June 23: Closing dav TST Campaign for 85.000 points in Bible School Six-point Record. This will be VICTORY DAY. Color moving pictures will be made of all 100% for Bible School at. 9:30 am Worship at 11 and 8 Subjects: AM, "Growing Christians"; pm "Unfailing Faith.” Christian Edu cation Day brings special music by Miss Marian Dills, recent choir col lege graduate and message from Robert Farrall. Baylor ministerial student from Fifth. Church fellowship supper at 5;45 pm.; moving picture, “School of ProvMence.” at 6:15; Training Union at 6:40. Fifth Church is six blocks due south of the National Art Gallery. i “Preach the word: exhort with doc trine,” I Timothy 4:2. CHEVY CHASE •Vi71 Western Avenue N’.W. fcl>\\ ARI) O. CLARK B. !>.. M initials 9:45 a m.—Sunday School « J U :UOa.m.— .. orship Service and Mel s?rc: “If Life Is to B« * Glorious.” Hich Srhooland College Graduates as honor Guest s B p.m.—Young People’s Meetings - # . :(M» p.nt.—Younir Adults. , Welcome! HIGHLANDS CHURCH Fourteenth Street at Jefferson Newton Mercer Simmsnda. Minister 9:30 a m—Church School 11 00 » m—'.Selllnt * Birthright.**— 8.45 p.m.—Youth Fellowship.