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Convocation Service
Planned Here for
Ecumenical Meet
' Bishop Ivan Lee Holt of St. Louis,
president of the Ecumenical Meth
odist Council, will deliver the ad
dress at a special convocation at
Foundry Methodist Church tomor
row evening to mark the opening of
assembly of world Methodists in
iSpringfleld, Mass., next week.
More than 400 delegates from all
parts of the world are expected to
attend the Springfield meeting, the
first in 16 years. The special con
vocation here is under the auspices
Of American University.
Dr. Paul F. Douglas, president of
American University, will confer
honorary degrees on six outstanding
Methodist world leaders.
At 11 a.m. Dr. Oscar T. Olson,
secretary of the Western section of
the Methodist Ecumenical Council,
will speak on "A Strategy for Liv
ing.”
A memorial plaque for the late
Dr. John W. Edwards, former asso
ciate pastor, will be dedicated at
3 pun.
Prominent Methodist leaders will
occupy some of the local pulpits
tomorrow morning. They include:
Bishop Holt, Metropolitan Memorial;
Duncan Coorner of London, Eng
land, Hamline; Bishop W. Y. Chen
of China, McKendree; President
Walter Brown of Victoria Univer
sity, Toronto, Canada, Wesley; the
Rev. Gordon Sisco, executive secre
tary of the United Church of Can
ada, Petworth, and the Rev. H. G.
Becomb, secretary of the General
Australian Methodist Church, Fran
Hs Asbury.
3FriMt&0
FRIENDS melting of~washington
2111 Florida Are.
Meetings for Worship First Day (Sunday)
|t 11 a m. Ail interested are welcome,
young People. 8:30 p.m.
FRIENDS MEETING
13th and Irvinr Streets N.W.
XI am.—Meeting for Worship. Welcome.
(Eatltoltr
ST. DOMINIC'S
Sixth and E Street* 8.W.
SLNDAY MASSES:
8. 8:45. 7:30. ». 10. 11:15. 12:18.
DAILY MASSES:
6. 7, 8, 8:30.
Holy Hour: Wednesday evening, 7:30.
Rosary: Every evening. 7:30.
ST. MARY'S
5th St. Between G and H Sts. N.W.
Sunday Masses
7, 8:30, 10:15, 1 1 :15, 12:15,
MIRACULOUS MEDAL NOYENA
Every Monday Masses 8 and 10 A.M.
Devotions at 11:30 AM.. 12:05. 4:00.
4:80. 5:00. 6:30. 6:00 6:30. 7:15.
8:00. 8:45 and 0:15
8:00 Broadcast Over WWDC
ST. PATRICK’S CHURCH
1 Oth £r G Streets N.W.
SUNDAY LOW MASSES
6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 12:15.
WEEKDAY MASSES
7, 7:30 and 8 A.M.
Exposition of the Most Blessed
Sacrament every weekday, 12:00
to 5:30 p.m.
Benediction 5:30 P.M.
Daily Confessions 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Saturday from 1 :30 to 9 p.m.
Instruction Class for Converts,
Tuesday Evening from 7 :00 to 8:00.
924 G St. N.W.
Organized
Bible Classes
By Dr. Page McK. Etchison
Organized Bible Class Association
day will be observed at Mount
Vernon Place Methodist Church
with the adult classes meetine in
... mmmmm
Dr. Etchison.
joint session.
Harold S. King,
vice president,
will preside;
Page McK.
Etchison, presi
I dent, will teach;
Howard M.
Stackhouse,
George E. Har
ris, James L.
Ewin, Marshall
R. Baker and
Howard V. Rus
sell will partici
pate in the pro
gram.
The Burrall
ox calvary Baptist Church will
be taught by Mrs. Lois Abernethy.
Die Vaughin Class will hold a serv
ice at Blue Plains at 7:30 p.m.
Friday.
Inspector Walter H. Thomas, as
sistant superintendent, metropolitan
police, will be the guest teacher of
the Harrison Bible Class of St.
Luke’s Methodist Church.
The Clyde Kelly Class of Chevy
Chase Presbyterian Church will have
Dr. Theodore H. Wilson as guest
speaker.
Mr. Nola Brown will be the guest
teacher of the Class of Friendship
of Emory Methodist Church.
The Templemen's Bible Class of
Temple Baptist Church will be
taught by the Rev. Virgil M. Hobbs.
Mrs. Thomas F. Law will teach
the lessson at a joint session of the
adult classes of Hamline Methodist
Church.
The Women’ Bible Class of the
First Congregational Church has
resumed its sessions. Mrs. E. C.
Alvord will give a series on "Bible
Phophecy and Fulfillment.”
Miss Jessie Ford, who recently
returned from the meeting of the
World Baptist Alliance in Copen
hagen, will speak to the Egbert Class
of National Baptist Memorial
Church.
The Calvary Men’s Class of Cal
vary Methodist Church will have
as guest teacher, W. Elwood Baker,
superintendent of the Sunday school.
R. R. Groomes will resume his
position as teacher of the Every
man’s Bible Class of Petworth
Methodist Church tomorrow.
The Louise Shelton Bible Class
of Trinity Methodist Church will
hold a birthday party at 8 p.m.
Tuesday.
The Marietta Smith Class of
North Washington Baptist Church
will hold a business and social meet
ing at the home of Mrs. Mary Hay
craft at 8 p.m. Monday.
The Rainbow Class of Mount
Vernon Place Methodist Church
elected Mrs. E. L. Wrenn, president;
Mrs. Anna Hammond, Mrs. E. A.
Harp, vice presidents; Mrs. Ethel
Grace Brown, secretary, Miss Mary
Reta Cessna, assistant; Mrs. Pinkie
Scott, treasurer, Miss Sara Belle
Paris, assistant; and Mrs. W. M.
Danner, teacher. Dr. John W. Rustin
will install teachers and officers to
morrow evening.
The Men’s Bible Class of the New
York Avenue Presbyterian Church
will observe rally day tomorrow
morning. Dr. Peter Marshall will
participate in the program with
Judge Bakka presiding.
(Eattyoltr
.
I IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
8th and N Sts. N.W.
SUNDAY MASSES: 2 A M., 7:15, 8:15, 9:15, 10, 10:45,
1 1 :30 and 12:15.
'‘Course of Instructions on the Married State, based on
the Encyclical "Christian Marriage," at Sunday
Masses beginning September 21st.
MIRACULOU1MEDAL and ST. JUDE DEVOTIONS every I
Thursday after the 12:15 NOONDAY MASS.
PERPETUAL NOVENA IN HONOR OF OUR SORROWFUL
MOTHER every Friday at 7:45 P.M.
DAILY WEEKDAY MASS at 12:15 will be resumed
SEPTEMBER 29th.

(EijriHttatt £>rmtr?
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
CHURCHES AND READING ROOMS IN GREATER WASHINGTON
Branches of The Mother Church,
The First Church of Christ, Scientist,
in Boston, Massachusetts
Except as noted, Sunday Services 11 A.M. and 8 P.M.. Sunday School
11 A.M. 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 Sept. 21
"MATTER"
DISTRICT OP COLUMBIA
FIRST CHURCH: Columbia Road
and Euclid Street N.W. Reading
Room. 914 17th St. N.W. Week
days, 9 to 9 (Wed. to 7). Sun.
and Holidays, 2 to 6.
SECOND CHURCH: 111 C St.
N.E. Reading Room, 111 C St.
N.E. Weekdays, 10 to 9 (Wed to
7); Sun. and Hoi. 2:30 to 5:30.
THIRD CHURCH: 13th and L
Sts. N.W. (Sun., 11 A.M. and
5 P.M.) Reading Room. Col
orado Bldg., 14th and G Sts.
Weekdays, 9 to 9. (Wed. to
7:30) Sunday and Holidays, 2
to 6.
FOURTH CHURCH; 16th and
Oak Sts N.W. Reading Room,
Riggs Bank Bldg., 14th and
Park Rd. N.W. Weekdays 9 to
9 (Wed. to 7); Sun. and Hoi.
2:30 to 5:30.
FIFTH CHURCH: 1238 31st St.
N.W. (No Sun. Eve. Service).
K Reading Room, 1626 Wisconsin
Ave. N.W. Weekdays 12:30 to 5
(Wed. to 7:30). Cloeed Sundays
and Holidays.
SOCIETY (Colored): 1517 R St.
N.W. (No Sim. Eve. Service).
Reading Room 1517 R St., Wed.
6:30 to 7:50.
MARYLAND
CHEVY CHASE, FIRST
CHURCH: 5908 Conn. Ave.
Sun. School, Chevy Chase
Elementary School, Rosemary
St. Reading Room, 7 Wilson
Lane, Bethesda. Weekdays 1
to 5. Closed Sundays and Holi
days.
HYATTSVILLE FIRST
CHURCH: 6221 43d Ave. (No
Sun. Eve. Serv). Reading
Room 6221 43d Ave. Weekdays
1 to 4: Mon. and Fri. Eve. 7
to 9. Closed Sundays and Holi
days.
SILVER SPRING SOCIETY: Sil
ver Spring Intermediate Sch.
Chicago and Philadelphia
Aves. (No Sun. Eve. Serv.).
VIRGINIA
ALEXANDRIA FIRST CHURCH:
1709 Russell Rd. (No Sun. Eve.
Serv.) Reading Room, 108 N.
Patrick, Alex. Weekdays 9 to
5:30. Closed Sundays and Hol
idays.
ARLINGTON FIRST CHURCH:
6843 Little Falls Road, East
Falls Church. (No Sun. Eve.
Sen-.) Wed. meeting, 8:15 P.M.
Reading Room, 3248 Wilson
Blvd. Weekdays 12 to 5. Closed
Sundays and Holidays.
ARLINGTON SECON D
CHURCH: 1913 Wilson Blvd. !;
(Colonial Vill. Ballroom.) (No
Sun. Eve. Serv.). R. Rm. 2030
N. 16th St. Weekdays 11:30 to
5 exoept- Wed. to 7:30 A Fri.
Eve. 7 to 9. Closed Sun. and
Holidays.
Churches in Washington and Vicinity
Oakland Methodist Church of Churchton, Md.,
Was Organized in the West River Circuit
One of a series of sketches by Star Artist Leslie Bontz.
By Caspar Nannes
Oakland Methodist Church of
Cburchton, Md., is set in a pictur
esque spot along the road to Shady
Side, Md.
When George Hyde, a farmer who
lived at Chalk Point, Md., gave the
land to the church the deed pro
vided "that should this church cease
to be a place of religious worship,
then the said lot is to revert back to
its original owners or their heirs."
Other names on the deed were Mary
A. E. Hyde, Sarah 8. Hyde, Joseph
W. Wood and Lydia Wood.
The church today is undergoing
a revival after a period of years
when services were only held four
times a year in order to retain the
property. Last September, under
the leadership of the Rev. Joseph
E. Snyder, enough residents of the
area of the Methodist denomina
tlon were found anxious to attend
the church. Since that time the
church has been holding services
and other activities regularly.
The church traces its beginnings
to the West River Circuit of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, the
northern branch of Methodism
from 1844 on. In 1860 the General
Conference of the denomination
meeting at Buffalo enacted a pro
vision making “non-slaveholding a
test of membership.”
This provision was resented by
many, and it was further irritated
by the actions of an assembly of
the Baltimore Conference, to which
the West River Circuit belonged, in
March, 1862. The West River Cir
cuit record states this assembly “as
sumed all the rights and preroga-!
tives of the Conference; among
them supplying of our work with
men who were distasteful to our
people on account of their connec
tion with a church which had be
come, to a considerable extent, po
litical in its character.”
In April of that year some Meth
__ CUfurct) af ($ab
. (NATIONAL MEMORIAL)
NATIONAL MEMORIAL
16th b Taylor St*. N.W.
HEADQUARTERS. ANDERSON. IND.
9:45 ».m.—Bible School.
11.00 a.m.—“Faithful Steward*"
* -30 p.m.—“Food From Heaven."
ESTEL E. PERRY. D. D.
©lyurrly of (&nh
(7th DAY)_
CHURCH OF GOD
Seventh Da?
Services Every Sabbath (Saturday)
Bible Class 10:00 A.M.
Preaohin* 11:00 A.M.
Elder K. H. Freeman, Acting Paster
N. E. MASONIC TEMPLE
8th„St; E and P Sts. N.l.
EVERYBODY WELCOME
Sitritt? &rtettre
odists formed an Independent
church with the Rev. John F. Peth
erbridge, who served them during
the war, as pastor. A conference
of those who repudiated the “non
slaveholding test of membership”
provision was held in Alexandria in
March, 1866. The circuit petitioned
for a minister, and the Rev. Rob
ert Elliott was sent.
The first steps to raise money for
a building for Oakland Church were
taken in 1867. Two years later, dur
ing the pastorate of the Rev. Wil
liam G. Eggleston, the frame struc
ture was built. It was used until
1892, when the present structure,
started during the pastorate of the
Rev. G. H. Zimmerman, was com
rkloip^ TVia Dair T D A _
pastor at the time.
The Oakland and Cedar Grove
Churches were made an independ
ent appointment in 1894, retaining
the name West River Circuit with
the other churches being called the
Chesapeake Circuit. Ten years
later these two churches were joined
again with the other churches, with
the group becoming known now as
the Chesapeake Circuit. In 1909
the circuit was made part of the
Baltimore District, and in 1913 it
was transferred to the Washington
District, of which it is now a part.
Oldest member of the Oakland
Church today is Albert Glover. Other
long-time members are Mrs. Maggie
Placide, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Atwell,
25azargttg
hirst Church
7th and A St*. N.E.
ERNEST E. GROSSE, Paster
9:45 a.m.—Bible School.
1 1 :00 a.m.—Morning Worship.
6:30 p.m.—Youth Hour.
7:30 p.m.—Evangelistic Service.
Tune in WPIK Sunday Morning
"Showers of Blessings."
730 Kilo.—8 O'clock
Wednesday, 7 :45 P.M.
Midweek Prayer Service
Sitting &rmtrg
First Divine Science Church
2437 15th Street N.W.
THE REV. ADDIE REA PEOPLES:
Sunday, 11:00 A.M.
"Fearlessness."
Thursday 8 P.M.
"The Inner Kingdom."
Mathilde Rochon, D. S. B.
CHURCH OF THE HEAUHG CHRIST
Divine Science
HOTEL RALEIGH
Queen Elizabeth Room
11:00 AM. SUNDAY, September 21
Subject:
GOD AS WE UHDERSTAHD HIM
Healing Hour
Thursday, 8:00 P.M. At The Divine
Science Studio, 2460 16th St. N.W.
Tel. AD. 8218, CO. 6436
GRACE L. FAUS, Minister
'-:- ■ ■ • „ , ----
Turtjfran Hutljpratt
(Missouri Synod) (Missouri Synod)
Praying
Presidents
Most of our Presidents have been strongly Christian, an im
port factor in their wise leadership. They said with Ulysses
S. Grant: “Hold fast to the Bible as the sheet anchor of your
liberties!” and with John Quincy Adams, “I say to you
‘Search the Scriptures.’” Grover Cleveland declared: “Our
nation . . . could not hope to live if it were not Christian.”
James Garfield stated that he sought an education in order
that he “might live more usefully for Christ.” We always
need Christians as leaders.
(Sixth and last of a series on our Presidents.)
3CKYIl*»
SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASSES 9:45 A.M.
CALVARY (Silver Spring) TRINITY (Mt. Rainier)
9601 Georgia. Rev. George W. 30th and Bunker Hill. Rev. E.
Hoyer. 11 a.m. Pieplow, g.oO ana 11 a.m.
TRINITY (D. C.) Greenbelt Mission
Fourth and E N.W. Rev Hugo M At School Rev. Pieplow. 13:30.
Hennig. 8:30 a.m. and ii a.m. Ascension (Landover Hills)
CHRIST (D. C.) I?™ Ave- Rev' pte,,low
BruenSg1 8?3o*a.m and ii i.m. IMMANUEL (Alexandria)
Topic: “The Widow', Son.' lR01 Ruaaell Rd Rev. Wlllner D.
“^St^sx ’Rav a c OUR SAVIOUR (Arlington)
Rak7o.MT? ;£ 8Jt "• piulhK^sch0Ullh a™"- ""
BILGRIM (Westgate, Md.) MOUNT OLIVET (D. C.)
Jameatown Rd and Hint Dr. 1325 Vermont N.W. Rev. William
Rev A. Karl Boebaake. 11 a.m. Seblebel. 8:30 and 11 a.m.
HEAR DR. W. A. MAIER, 4TH ANNUAL LUTHERAN
HOUR RALLY, CONSTITUTION HALL, OCTOBER 5
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Armiger, Miss
Francis Bennett. Henry W. Bass,
Mrs. Clarence Brundage, Thomas
Horvus, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hartge,
Mrs. W. B. Crandall, Mrs. Lida
Franklin, Miss Linda Paddy, Mrs.
Harvey Hardesty and Mrs. Gladys
Hulse. Mrs. Hulse has served as
treasurer of the women's group since
1914 and today is treasurer of th*
church. *
The present pastor, the Rev.
Joseph E. Synder, a native of Balti
more, is a graduate of John Hop
kins University and of the Uni
versity of Chicago Theological
Seminary. He later taught in the
Oriental Seminary at the University
of Chicago. A chaplain in World
War I, Mr. Snyder served as direc
tor pf St. Paul Wesley Foundation
in Chicago, 1935-1942.
Mr. Snyder is minister for the
Chespeake Circuit, which includes
Cedar Grove, Deale, Md.; Wesley
Chapel, Bristol, Md., and Mount
Calvary, Greenock, Md.. churches in
addition to Oakland. He lives near
Annapolis, Md.

: --—
Etmmjfltral a«b
Heformrii
GRACE REFORMED
15th and 0 N.W.
BEV. CALVIN H. WINGEBT, D. D.
The National
Reformed Church
Service.
8:40 A.U
Church School
11:00 A.M.
"The Minna
God Provides."
fl:30 P.M.
C. E. Fellowship.
CONCORDIA ‘S5T
30th and G Sts. N.W.
CHABLES ENDEKS. D. D., Pastor.
9:45 a.m.—Bible School.
11:00 a.m.—Worship with Sermon.
Everybody Welcome.
FIRST REFORMED1™1, *,
REV. F. NELSEN SCHLEGEL, Pastor.
9:46 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship—Sermon
by the Pastor.
BETHEL Arlington.*Va!’ 11
BEV. LEE A. FEELEB. D. D., Pastor.
9:45 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—"Harvest Home Service."
A Lesson
For the Week
By William T. Ellis
There is more sound sense and
workable wisdom in the Book of
Proverbs than in all of the jargon
filled “isms” that our generation
has produced
While “the brit
tle intellectuals
who crack be
neath a strain,’
pursue populai
cults, the ordi
nary run ot man
kind, who frank
ly do not under
stand the fan
tastic vocabu
laries in vogu«
amongst thes*
“moderns,” g c
serenely on, loy
al to the plain
speaking counsel
William T. Ellis.
oi wie ages.
Sifted by the ages, the wisdom
of the Bible comes down to us in
brief compact sentences. Even the
decalogue is little more than a
series of epigrams, easily committed
to memory. Likewise the beatitudes.
They may be stored in the mind for
meditation in the night watches.
Proverbial wisdom is all aimed at
life. It is counsel for conduct, meant
to be practiced in the experiences
of every day. Its simplicity does not
conceal its profundity.
There is nothing obscure or hard
to understand in any of these suc
cinct sentences. A child may master
their meaning, and build them into
a life policy. Contrast them, say,
with the writings of Freud or Marx
or Dewey.
Every proverb is a compact ser
mon. Take the first asigned in our
present lesson:
"Keep thy heart with all dili
gence;
For out of it are the issues of life."
Our world is suffering from heart
trouble, literal and figurative. What
we need Is less a change of forms of
government than a change of hu
man hearts. Our deepest judgment
tells us that there must be a spirit
ual alteration in individuals and
nations before there can be a re
made world. Qur real need is for
hearts right with God. This is the
most practical question confronting
the church and state and the
United Nations.
Linked to this life-and-death
Httttariatt
ALL SOULS’
CHURCH
Sixteenth and
Harvard St*. N.W.
Minister*.
A, Powell Device.
D. D.
Rev. Gilbert A. Phillips
11:00 A M.—Morning Worship
Sermon by the Minister.
"Religious Ideals and Practical
Polities."
0:45 t.m.—School of Religion. Karl
de Schwelnltz. social
worker end author will
give a special talk for
parents and others in
terested.
Arlington
Unitarian Fellowship
Minister
REV. GILBERT A. PHILLIPS
8:15 p.m.—Vesper Services.
"LET'S PROBE OUR
LOYALTIES"
At the
Pershing Drive Christian
Church
Pershing Drive & North Highland St.
ARLINGTON
Hwtfcran Hutheran
r~ — —
©race |
16th and Vamum
Sts. N.W.
Gerhard E. Lenski
Paster.
8:30 A.M.—Matins.
"One God.
One World.”
Dr. Lenski.
9:45 A.M.
Church School.
11 A.M.—Morning
Worship. "One
God, One World.”
_Dr, Lenski.
Cfmrtf) of
®fje Reformation
212 EAST CAPITOL STREET
Capitol Hill
DR. 0. F. BLACKWELDER
REV. JAMES G. HORN,
REV. ARNOLD F. KELLER, Jr,.
Pastors.
8:30 a.m.—Matin Servioe: Sermon.
"Wisdom Lost in Knowl
edge,” Pastor Keller.
9:45 a.m.—Sunday 8chool..
11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship: 8ermon,
"A Healed Conscience,” Dr.
Blackwelder.
8:45 p.m.—Luther Leagues.
8:00 p.m.—Evening Service: Sermon.
"Our Friends, Our Life’s
Best Teachers,” Dr. Black
welder.
The Public Is Cordially Invited
HOLY COMFORTER
3319 Alabama Ave. S.E.
H. LUTHER RHODES, Pastor
9:45a.m.—Church School for All Ages.,
1100 a.m.—Morning Worship.
_iisurserv During service.!_|
AUGUSTANA
V St. N.W., east of 16th
CLARENCE T. NELSON, Pastor
Church School.
9:45 A.M.
Identical Services
9:45 and 1 1 A.M.
"God's Aftor
whilos.,'
Pastor Nelson.
Confirmation Class for Christian In
struction of Youth begins Saturday
Morning, Sept. 27, ot 1 0 00 o'clock.
ATONEMENT
No. Cap. and R. I. Ave.
Rev. Paul L. Reaser, Pastor
9:00 and 11:00 a.m.—Worship Service.
Sermon by the Pastor.
9:00 a.m.—Children's Sunday School.
10:00 am—Adult Sunday School.
_“The Family Church.''_
Arlington—Resurrection
(United Lutheran Church in America)
6'lOO N. Wash. Bird, at Powhatan.
DANA H. JOHNSON. Pastor.
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:0Q a.m.—“Say Yes.”
CT | I life corner Colesyille Road A
J 1 • Highland Dr. S. Soring
REV. ROBERT E. LEE. Pastor
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School
11:00 a.m.—"Finding Resources for Life
Today."
7:00 p m.—Young People's Luther
League.
The Friendly Chnrch With the Red Poors.
ST. STEPHEN'S LUTHERAN
1611 Brentwood Rd. N.E.
Lather M. Schnlie. Pastor.
Matins, 8:30 a.m. S. 8.. 9:45 a.m.
11 a.m.—Memorial Service,
for Rev. Sam H. Kornmann.
ZION
New Bins. Ave. and Bnehanaa St. N.W.
REV EDWARD R. BLEY. Pastor
8:40 a.m.—8undav School.
11:00 a.m.—“The SacriBee of Rirhteoos
ness.”
VISITORS WELCOME
Qtorgetown Lutheran Church
(Founded 1789)
Wisconsin Ave. ond Volta PI. N.W.
HAROLD E. BEATTY, Pastor.
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School, Mr. Edwin
P. Heinrich. Superintendent.
11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.—Guest Mints- i
ter, Dr. Earl S. Rudisill.
11 a.m. Service Broadcast by WINX.
Note the Sign of the Old Bell
TAKGMA LUTHERAN
Seventh and Dahlia Sts. N.W.
(Three Blocks East of Walter Read)
REV. J. ADRIAN PFEIFFER. Pastor.
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Worship Service. “The
Value of Church Mem her -
ship."
FAITH
Lee Blvd. at Jackson St.
ARLINGTON, VA.
ROBERT W. LONG* Pastor
8:30 and 11 a.m.—Sermon Theme, '
“Dry Bones.”
P:40 a.m.—Church School. j
ST. MATTHEWS
Kentucky Ave. at 15th S.E.
DR. BERNARD J. HOLM, Pastor.
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—"Jonathan, the Friend Who
Could Step Aside.”
A Cordial Welcome to All
t LUTHER PLACE
A MEMORIAL
lil At Thomas Cirele
fin Fourteenth and N Sts. N.W.
lAL L. RALPH TABOR. D. D.
H:45 A.M.
Church School. !
11:00 A.M.
"CHAIN RE
. ACTION AT _
DAMASCUS."
2 P.M.
Youth Outing. :
B P.M.
Fellowship Supper.
Program ana
Hymn Sing
S p.m.—Youth Rally. Visitors invited.
Quest Speaker. Miss Vivian Wlcltcy.
ST. MARK'S
AND THE INCARNATION
14th and Gallatin Sts. N.W.
(Maryland Synod. United Lutheran
Church)
REV. HENRY MANKEN, Jr.. D. D..
Paster.
REV. M. D. WHITE. Assistant
8:45 a.m.—Morning Suffrages and Ser
mon.
8:45 a.m.—Bible School. All Ages.
11:00 a.m.—Worship and Sermon.
11:00 to 12:00—Church Time Nursery
KELLER MEMORIAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Ninth St. and Maryland Ave. N.E.
DR. CARL R. SIMON. Pastor
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. Classes for
all ages.
11 a.m.—Morning Worship. “Seeking a
Kingdom.’*
8:00 p.m.—Evening Worship. “Did
God Sav That?”
THE HOMELIKE CHURCH.
CHURCH OF OUR REDEEMER
2255 8th Street N.W.
JAMES H. SOMERSILLE, Paster
9:45 a.m.—Graded Sunday School.
11 :00o.m.—Morning Worship.
CUD SUT or Bethesda
l^oRRRlJSI Chevy Chase
Old Georgetown Road at Glenbrook
REV. OTTO C. 8CHUETZE. Pastor.
8:45 a.m.—Sunday School.
. 1 00 a.m.—Morning Worship.
PEACE (Arlington)
Buchanan and 24th Stg. North
0:00a.m.—Church School,
1:00 a.m.—Divine Worship.
Nursery During Service
REV JOEL W. LUNDEEN, Pastor. ■
ST. PAUL'S
lonn. Ave. at Everett StT N.W.
HENRY W. SNYDER, D. D., Minister
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
11 :00 a.m..—"A Call far AH."
7:00 p.m.—Luther League.
Bishop McNamara Guest
At St. Matthew's Church
The Right Rev. John M. Mc
Namara, administrator of the Arch
diocese of Baltimore and Washing
ton, will preside at solemn mass at
10 a.m. tomorrow at St. Matthew’s
Cathedral, in celebration of the
patronal feast of the parish.
The celebrant of the mass will
be the Rev. William J. Sweeney,
pastor of St. Ursula’s Church, Bal
timore. The sermon will be de
livered by the Rev. John Tracy
Ellis of the Catholic University of
America.
truth is another proverb from our
lesson:
“Righteousness exalteth a na
tion;
But sin is a reproach to any
people."
There, Christians, is your job cut
out for you. Godliness is the first!
ingredient of patriotism. To win!
men and women, one by one, to the
clean, big truths of holy living is a
first step toward real national great
ness. This is the urgent task of
every preacher, every Sunday school
teacher, every member of Christ’s
church. Holy citizens are the build- 1
ing stones of which the Kingdom,
which is the perfect state, is to be
erected.

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The Sunday school lesson for
September 21 is "Guidance From
Great Proverbs”—Proverbs 4 23
6:16-19; 9:10; 14:34; 15-1; 16-18
21:3; 22:1; 27:1; 28:1; 2918: I
James 4:17.
Dean John W. Suter
Plans Baccalaureate
For Garfield Nurses
The Very Rev. John Wallace
Suter, dean of Washington Cathe
dral, will preach at the baccalaure
ite service to be held in the Cathe
dral at 4 p.m. tomorrow for the
traduating class of the Garfield
Memorial Hospital School of Nurs
ing. His subject will be “The Nurse’#
[Jnique Contribution.”
The preacher at the 11 a.m. serv
ice of morning prayer will be th#
Rev. Crawford W. Brown.
The flag of the State of Nebraska
will be carried in procession at this
service and special prayers offered
for the government and people of
that 6tate.
Holy communion will be celebrated
it 7:30 a.m. In St. John’s Chapel
md at 9:30 a.m. in the Bethlehem
Chapel. *
(Kljriatahgljifrtatt
Clhristadelphian Chapel
73* Webster Bt. N.W.
*. i., 10 a.m. Services. 11:15 a.a.
Fraternal Gathering
^hristadelphian Ecclesia
10 * m Service 11 a.m.
012 9th St. N.W.. 3rd FI. Public Invited.
Visiting Bro. C. G. Romsden
of London, England,
Will Lecture on Mon. Evening,
September 22, ot 8 o'Clock.
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FIRST PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
1015 D Street N.E.
DALLAS M. TARKENTON, Minister.
REVIVAL
We regret that the revival services this past
week were cancelled. This was done because
Rev. H. E. Johnson, our Evangelist, had on
emergency operation on Monday. The revival
closes Sunday.
Htar
REV. HUBERT T. SPENCE
Sunday II AM. & 7:45 PM.
WWDC—SUNDAY—9:30 AM.
tpternpal__ Sptaropal
__ NORTHWEST
WAshington
CArheoRAl
Mass, and Wise. Aves.
Open Daily
From
9 AM. to
t PM.
Sunday'*
Honored
State:
Nebrotka
Sixteenth Sunday After Trinity.
7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion, St. John’*
Chapel.
• :80 a.m.—Holy Communion. Bethlehem
Chapel, the Rev. Georxe J.
Cleaveland, canon.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Ser
mon. the Rev. Crawford W.
Brown.
4:00 pm.—Baccalaureate 8ervlce. The
Garfield Memorial Hospital
School of Nursing. Preach
er, the Very Rev. John W.
Suter, dean of the Cathe
dral.
Weekday Services: 7:30 am., 17 noon,
and 4 p.m.
ST. AGNES' CHURCH
«« One St. N.W.
RET. A. J dn BOIS. s. T. B. Rector
Sommer Schedule.
Sunday—Low Mass. 7:30 and 11:00 A.M.
Sung Mass, 9:30 AM. Mass Dally 7 A.M.
ST. STEPHEN AND THE
INCARNATION
16th and Newton Sts. N.W.
Clergy: S. F. Gast and R. P. Currie
Services: 8 and II A.M.
ST. JOHN'S"
Lafayette Square
8:00—Holy Communion.
11:00—Morning Prayer.
Rev. C. Leslie Glenn
12:00 noon—Holy Communion.
11 to 12—Nursery.
Weekday Services.
Tuesday and Thursday. 12:00.
Wednesday and Friday, 7:30.
Church Open, 7 to 7.
Crinitp CJjurcf)
Piney Branch Rd. at Dahlia St. N.W.
REV. ROBERT S. TRENBATH* Rector.
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
ST. THOMAS
18th St. Between P and Q.
Near Dupont Circle
Rev. Henry H. Clement, Minister In
Charge.
Sunday, 8 a.m.—Holy Communion.
1 1 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Ser
mon by the Rev. Henry H.
Clement.
Thurs., 1 1 a.m.—Holy Communion.
ST. PAUL'S
Carrie* On at
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
18th St. between P and Q Sts.
Guest Preacher. Rev. F. I. Baskin
9:30 a.m.—Eucharist and Sermon.
8:00 p.m.—Evensong and Benediction.
ROCK CREEK PARISH
ST. PAUL’S CHURCH
Web,ter St. and Rock Creek Chureb Rd.
REV. CHARLES W. WOOD.
Sunday. September 21.
8:30 a.m.—Holy Communion.
8:30 a.m.—Church School, Parish
House.
11:00 a.m.—Morntntr Prayer and Sermon.
Wednesday, September 24.
10:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
"Let There Be Lirht.” Church open all
day every day for meditation and prayer.
21U faints
Chevy Chase Circle
REV. C. W. LOWRY, D Phil. (Oxen.)
Rector.
7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and
Sermon by Dr. Lowry.
EPIPHANY
1317 G Street N.W.
The Rev. Charles W. Sheerin. D. D., Rector
The Rev. f. Richard Williams. Th. B.
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon
by Dr. Sheerin.
8:00 p,m.—Evening Prayer and Address
by Dr. Sheerin.
&aint fWargaret’si
Conn. Ave. and Bancroft PI.
REV. ARMAND T. EYLER
7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer smd Sermon
7:00 p.m.—Young People’s Fellowship
Thursday 11 a.m—Holy Communion.
iS>atnt jHicfjael’s
Temporary Location—
WALTER REED SCHOOL.
Washington Blvd. and McKinley Bd..
Arlington, Va.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
11:00 a.m.—Church School.
. ASCENSION
Massachusetts Are. at 12th St. N.W.
Chaplain (Major) Matthew H. Imria
Guest Minister
8:00 a.m.*—Holy Communion.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
_ NORTHWEST
transfiguration
1415 Gallatin 81. N.W,
REV. J. J. QCEALLY, RECTOR.
Summer Services 8 and 11:00 A M.
Christ Church, Georgetown
Corner 31st and O Sts.
. Rev. John R. Anachuti, Rector.
■ ? 7?/? a m-—H°ly Communion.
a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
St. Columba's
4 2nd and Albemarl. St.. N.W.
(One block we.t of Wl«. Ave.)
REV. C. R. MENGERS
*n<* 0 ,m'—Ho'? Communion.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Tamlly
_Service__
&>t. Jofm’s
Wisconsin Ave. and Bradley Lane.
REV. W. F. CREIGHTON, Rector
8:00 a m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
J l :QQ a m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
ST. JOHN’S
Georgetown
__ 3240 O Street N.W.
WILLIAM SHARP. Rector.
—Holy Communion.
11 :QO a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
Grace Church Georgetown
1041 Wisconsin Avo. N.W.
REV. M. M. PERKINS, Roctor
9:30 a m —Church School.
11.00 a m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
Southeast ~
JHmortal
Church of iht Holy Communion
_ 3201 NICHOLS AVE. S.E.
REV. JOHN C. RCNKLE. Reeter.
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
I 11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
__Nursery During Service.
#* itHI V
JilULCI 9
“ON CAPITOL HILL**
-Third »nd A Streets Southeast
REV. ROBERT JOHNSTON PLUMB,
Rector.
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
0:30 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Ser
mon by the Rector.
Thursday, 11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
ST. TIMOTHY’S
Alabama Ave. and Suitland Rd. S.l.
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
11 :Q0 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Bermon.
(CiiriHt CHljurrlj
WASHINGTON PARISH.
_ 820 G St. S.E. Eat. 1704.
REV. CARTER 8. G1LLIS8. ReeUr.
7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Litany. Ante Communion
and Sermon.
Thursday, 10 a.m.—Holy Communion.
NATIVITY 1340 Ave. IE.
I1AIIVIIT 7:30. 9:00, 10:30.
Resurrection. 701 lflth N.E.—0:18.
Rct. Enoch M. Thompson, Rector.
HYATTSVILLE
PINKNEY MEMORIAL
42nd Ace. and Gallatin St.
REV. J JAQUELIN AMBLER.
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a m.—MornIng Prayer and Sermon.
_NORTHEAST _
#ur £§>at»our
16th and Irving St*. N.E.
Rev. ALVIN LAMAR WILLS, Rector.
7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
Nursery During 11 O'clock Service.
©oob feljepfjerb
6th St., Between H and I N.E.
Rev. Robert Tomlinson
7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion
11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion and Ber
mon.
ST. JANES CHURCH
"22 8th St. N.r.
Carlines 40. 42. 92—Tel. AT. 1740.
Sunday Masses. 7:30 and 11. Chureh
School. 9:30 a.m. Vespers, 7:30 p.m.
Dally Mass. 7 a m. Holy Hour. Thurs.
8 p.m. Confessions, Sat. 7-9 P.m._
Arlington County, Vo.
STGEORGES
No. Nelson and Ninth Sts.. Arlington. Va.
REV. HEDLEY J. WILLIAMS. Rector.
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a m.—Church School.
11:00 a m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
11:00 a.m.—Kindergarten Class.
7:00 p.m.—Young People’s League.
~ FALLS CHURCH
THE FALLS CHURCH
Cor. Lee Highway and East Fairfax St.
The Rev. Froncis W. Hayes, Jr., Ractor
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Holy Communion and Ser
mon .
11:00 a.m —Church School. Nursery.
11:00 a.m—Mornlnt Prayer and Sermoc
MONTGOMERY COUNTY
ASCENSION XK*
WILLIAM R. HARRIS, Ractor.
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon.
7:45 p.m.—Young People'g Meeting.
8:00 p.m.—Evening Prayer.

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