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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. BATTBPAT, MARCH It, IBM - NAZAR INI NAZARENE First Church of the Nazarene IMi and Webster Sts. N.W. WILLIAM C. ALLSHOUSE, Miniitar Fundamental Evangelistic Friendly A Growing, Friendly Sunday School. 9:45 am 10:50 a m —"A LAD WHO HELPED JESUS." 7:45 pm—"DIVIDED LOYALTIES." A'grxery On ring Morning ana Keening Serrice Wednesday, 7 30 p.m.—Midweek Service. VISITING FRIENDS AND SERVICEMEN WELCOME Take tka Gear gin- Alaska Bus Up litk St ta Webster St an Rente 29 Calvary Church of the Nazarene 6SO N. Glebe Road, Arlington, Vo. REV. T. THOMAS LIDDELL, Minister Sunday School. 9 45 a m. Youth Groups, 6:45 p.m. I Worship Services, 10:45 o.m. and 7:45, p.m. ■nosday. 7JO p.m.—People's Service. ASSEMBLIES OF GOD : 915 Massachusetts Ave. N.W. REV. LLOYD CHRISTIANSEN, H ,■' ' l * „ Pastor * Rev. Raymond Goodwin, jggggSvf'i T Minister Sunday School, 9:45 am. SgiHBF HELD OVER B W‘ Another Week of Elmer, Missouri IP O Outstanding Bible Preocher || . O Rich Baritone Soloist HHHt ’ ,Jgi It 00 am "BASIC STRAT EGY FOR OUR ap- M POINTMENTS IN DESTINY" i I Hear Mr Nlrtlv sine Maloti. » Rrlovrd Till l.OKI) 'S lItSYIR SgHMB A Thu HSU MBA Jv JHHHi Services Each Night at 7:45, Except Monday and Saturday. We Have a Uniformed Nurse in Attendance Sunday Morning in Our Beautiful, Refurnished Nursery (Ebmi (Chase * v ’ 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. Assembly of (Soil Bcthetda. Chevy Chm»« and JAMES R. MORGAN. Pastor Nearby Maryland Communities Phone J.A. 8-9101 "END THAT SEARCH FOR A FRIENDLY CHURCH" COME— And* Bring a Friend CALVARY GOSPEL CHURCH 3Z13 QUE STREET N.W. (IN OLD GEORGETOWN) REV. BEN HARDIN, Mini:ter if ii it M \ j BRUMBACK EVANGELIST, AUTHOR H ' S *'* na * * WO Services of an ''Old-Time Revival Sunday, 11 a.m.—Subject: t DAY THAT J NEVER DAWNED" . .. -■ofr Sunday, 7:45 p.m.—Subject: M*, .. mm "HOW WE CAN KNOW Wmm GOD LOVES US" Sunday School, 9:45 a m Young People's Service, 6:30 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service, Wednesday, 7:45 pm. D 2, D 4 Busses and No. 30 Streetcars POss Door Ample Free Parking Space on Protected Church Parking Lot TBIIIITV nUIIDPU 12th and Rhode Island Ava. N.E. llf Hill I UVIUIKfn Rev. Herbert A. Nunley, Paster Sunday School, 9:45 a m. Worship Service, 11:00 a.m. Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, 8:00 p.m,—Prayer, Friday, 8:00 p.m.—Young People. Faith Assembly of God 2275 OWENS ROAD. OXON HILL, MARYLAND Sunday School, 9:45 a.m Sunday Evening, 7:45 p.m. Morning Worship, 1 I :00 a.m. Wednesday Evening, 7 :45 p.m. JOHN R. BRYANT, Pastor, JO. 1-3961 Grace Assembly of God 413 NORTH IRVING STREET, ARLINGTON, VA. Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Worship Services, 11 :00 am. and 7 :45 p.m. LEONARD M. CAMPBELL, Pastor. KE. 6-8442 PRESBYTERIAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF THE PILGRIMS tjL attt at the Presbyterians at the South to the Nation's Capital jwU On the Parkway at 22nd and P Sts. N.W. PH ANDREW REID BIRD irD" I 'MMES G GRAHAM B.T.M. 10:00 a.m. —Sunday School fc? 11:00 a m —"A HUNGRY HEART." 6:15 p.m.—Youth Groups. PCnffrSluiHHiMS^ 7 :45 p.m —"LIFE AT FIRST. HAND." iwnswpwF m CENTRAL PRESBYTERI AN CHURCH 15th, 16th and Irving N.W. ra**', GRAHAM GORDON LACT. Mlntlter KB Harold Rrpvft Yarrell Minister nf Music 9 30 am—Church School JUR 11 00 a m. —Dr. Walter Russell White, Guest L X Minister, "THE CRUCIFIED LORD." *-* Nursery uuvno Momtno Servtcs 6.00 p.m.—Young People. 7;30 p.m.—Meditation—Mr. Cornelius Petersen. Old Presbyterian Meeting House / Hijlorie Church Built in 1J74 Jit South Fairfax Street, Aiexandkm, Vtsoiiru KENNETH G. PHIFER, Minifltr guj A. M.-Ckurch School, AU Aget. 11:00 A. M.-Moral»| Worftlg ■two A. U—Church school, Nurfcry Throifh ] a alar Dayanaaat TRAVELLERS INVITED Q | L E 207 We,t Mo . n * 9 ° m * , 7 Av,bu * JAMES CURTIS'FAHL, Postal > 8:45 and 1! 00 a.m.—"WHO ARE THE ELECT?" Nursery During Services Church School, 9 45 o.m. 6:00 and 7.00 p.m —Pioneers ona Senior High Fellowship. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN A WALLACE MEMORIAL New Hampshire Avenue and Randolph St. N.W. DONALD C. IRWIN, D.D., Minister The Word of God From Pulpit and Classroom 9:30 a.m.—Bible School. Classes tot All Ages. The Lord's Supper. "ONE MEDIATOR." First Timothy t:S-S 6:45 and 7:00 p.m.—Youth and Adult Groups. 7:40 p.m.—Pre-Service Organ Program. 8:00 p m —"JESUS RAISES THE DEAD." John iStl-tH Wad., 7:30 p.m , Adult Bible Class 8 15pm. Midweek Prayer Service. “ ORTHODOX PRESBYTERIAN Krar w - Granville Drive and Sutherland Read iw Wr - m Silver Spring, Md. REV. GLENN R. COlfc. Minister | f»:45 A.m —Sunday School. 11:00 am.—" Christian Daly—Tawajd Each Other.' 0:30 p.m.—Marhen Lcasurs. .: JO p.m.— • rerll #f tm»ty Haarta. Wednesday 7:4.~i p m —Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. J THE BIBLE PRESBYTERIAN BIBLE PRESBYTERIAN Rev riaarney Shepperson Jr fllnlster I I 0:46 a m -Bible School . «:15, o m.—Choir Practice. ll:ooam—Sermon: Rey. At Oldham. Bible taatrrenee plrafter. 8:00 pm srt'Dlts IN Tilt: ROOK OF BEVELATION.. XII: • THE ANTI CHRIST AND HIS PBOM4ET." Cathedral Services To Honor Rhode. Island Rhode Island will be remem bered in prayers tomorrow at the Washington Cathedral and the State flag will be carried in ecclesiastical processions at the ' 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. services. The Very Rev. Francis B. Sayre, Jr., dean of the Cathedral, will preach at the 11 a.m. service of ante-communion and litany | in procession. The Rev. Canon Charles Mar | tin, headmaster of St. Albans School for Boys, will celebrate holy communion at 8 a.m. In St. Mary’s Chapel and the Rev. j Canon Theodore O. Wedel. warden of the College of Preach ers, will officiate in Bethlehem Chapel at 9:30 a.m. The Rev. Martin T. Lord, assistant rector of St. John’s Church, Bethesda, will be guest preacher at the evensong service at 4 p.m. 11 • UNITARIAN "We make no profession to kave arrived at Ike one true re ligion, for religion is a trail . to be blazed, a road to be traveled, rather than a destination to be reacktd." • E. Burdette Backut. 1 . ALL SOULS’ ri \ CHURCH ,y£- A Sixteenth end iT' D ' HarvardSti. N.W. Minister A. Powell Davies, i 1 t :00 a.m. —Morning Worship. Sermon bv the Minister, "WHAT SHOULD CHURCHES DO FOR PEOPLE? ” 1 9:45 a.m.—SchooT ot Religion. Adult Department "Religion and the Chaplain in a Mental Hospital," Rev. Ernest E. Bruder, St. Elizabeths Hos pital. "Scientific Ethics," Dr. Wallace R. Brode, National Bureau of | Standards. 5:00 p.m.—Musiacl Vespers— " Music of Bach and Moxart," Mr. Atwater, the Quartet and Violins. 7:30 p.m.—Motion Picture Hour: j "The Actress." SOUTHEAST UNITARIAN CEHTER SUITLAND COMMUNITY HALL. SU«er Hill Road Suitland Maryland I 1 :00 a.m.—Morning Worship. The Bervire from All Souls' Church Transmitted b> Snecial Wire 10:45 a.m.—School of Religion. Current Problem* Porum Transmitted to Both Centers at 9 4. r i a m COLLEGE PARK UNITARIAN CEHTER Building EE. (I. at Md Camhua 1 I :00 o.m.—Morning Worship. Service from All Souls' Church transmitted by special wire. 10:45 a.m.—School of Religion. UNITARIAN CHURCH OF ARLINGTON 4IAI Flrit Place South. Near earner Arlington Bird, and S. Perilling Dr ROSS ALLEN WESTON. Minister Two Worship Services. 9:1 5 and 11 :1 5 a.m.—Messages "WHO IS RELIGIOUS TODAY?" School of Religion, 9:00 and I ! :00 o m UNITARIAN CHURCH of MONTGOMERY COUNTY Meeting ot Woman'* Club ot Chevy Chaie. Maryland 7931 Connecticut Avenue John Bokar, Minister Services, 9:30 and I I :30 o.m. "NEW LIFE TOR A DEAD MORALITY" School of Religion, 9:15 & 1 PRESBYTERIAN PRESBYTERIAN PRESBYTERIAN PRESBYTERIAN The Presbytery of Washington City w .. f> .„ > N °" THEAST R*t. William H. KapUr, Modemrot Wl to. -W CAPITOL HILL CHURCH Um HI. 1229 Connecticut Ave. N.W. EX, 3-4526 Merger of Eastern and Metropolitan Presbyterian Churches NORTHWEST fHf BEV no ' VA, - D PMEMAN KF.ITII Minister »-» ; -BI- Sve" ®Jf* National Jrfaluftman (Uliurri? 7:30 P . m --w 6 HA? p D qes~t w hV;Tok mean?" EDWARD r R A VLwV"D.O N^rD N L W L.O. ECKING'TON North Capitol and Florida ... , . Rev. Henry B. Wooding, Minister 9:00 and 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship 11 .00 a m.—“THE ABIDING CHARM OF JESUS CHRIST." “WHEN YOU ENCOUNTER CHRIST." Dr. Elson. Broadcast at 7:00 p.m. Over WOOK-AM, I 340, and WFAN-FM. 100.3 MARYLAND 10:00-12:15—Church School. ■■ Bases N-2, L-2 Cars 40. 42 stair In rront at the Chareh. WASHINGTON HEIGHTS SI W r|4 WT SIXTEENTH AND I Now Meeting in the Woman s Cluh o< Beiherda Sonoma at Old Oeoroetown Road I 1\ 1 H KENNEDY STREETS N.W. . , . LLOYD G. BROWN. Minister ...... . ...... ._ , giruAßnsflN Church School, 9:30 am. Worship Service, 11 :00 a.m. ROBERT N. OERTER, JR. NED E. RICHARDSON peilirTANT uikin" 9:3oand 11 a m —"THE CRISES OF CHRIST: 11. THE TEMPTATION" —......, - W T H THE RtL jj. CT . ANT MIND 9:30 a.m., Church School. 9:30 and 11 a.m., Nursery Through Primary. TAKOMA PARK Maple and Tulip Aves. I . 7 :00 p.m.—Youth Groups. 7 :30 p.m —Young Adult Group. u . po-ieu Wednesday, 8:00 p m —"THE HOUR OF POWER." 9-30 ond*mM n m P "wislt 'iJ witu ß .s.,,»-. Bus s-.t stops in From oi the Church *.ov ana I I .00 a.m. WHAT HAVE WE TO DO WITH JESUS? JVlIPttUr Jilrcsluitman 9:300nd 11 :00om.—Church School ' 7 :00 p.m.—Youth Groups. 13th and New York Avenue N.W. s Oil tfED CDDIIIfi Eastern Suburban Junior High School GEORGE M. DOCHERTY, D.D., Minister WlkWbll WlPtlllll Old Blodensburg Rd. b Franklin Ave *«V- WARRISTON McCRACKEN Associote Minister rev. tract k. boyer. Minister Stephen H. Prussrng, Director of Music Wrllrom Watkins, Organist Church School ond Divine Worship, 10:0C a.m. (Supervised Nurseryi 9:30 am.—Sundoy Church School ... TC 7 ” “ ‘ ~ " 930 ond li oo am—"divine portrait." Wurnur Memorial presbvlsnan Church 8 :00 p m —"WHERE HIS FEET HAVE TROD—GETHSEMANE." wwwiliwi IIIBIIIVIiai I I 63UJIGI lall UHUIbII Dr. Docherty, Preaching Both Services. KENSINGTON, MD. 9:00 p.m.—Congregation Fellowship in Petei Marshall Hall., Now Meeting in Kensington Junior High School, Gi • '' Saul Hoad and Kensington Parkway ETO W N WENDELL S. TREDICK, Minister . , * 11:00 am—Worship "NEITHER ANGEL NOR BRUTE." 3115 P Street N.W .—Established 1780 9:30 and 11:00 o.m.—Church School. (Nursery at 11:00 a.m.) The First Presbyterian Church in Washington, D. C. - —— - RUSSELL CARTWRIGHT STROUP. D.D., Minister HYATTSVILLE Forrogut Street at 42nd Avenue f. ac _ /-u mIJ w MMWMWMJ REV D HOBART EVANS, Minister 9:45 a.m.—L-hurcn School. 0:30 a.m —Sunday School ’Nursery Diirtna Church Service i 11:00 o.m._"OUR t FOOLISH «ARS." Dr. Stroup. U:QQ .-m.-;™ story : the. OREATjHYStCAN.- ALASKA AND GEORGIA AVES. RIVERDALE 3 JfTAtJSTtJSS I S\Ur«imUUUIT WILLIAM H. KEPLER. Minister 9:00 and 11:00 a m— “WHO THEN CAN BE SAVED?” DONALD L MILLER- Mlni»trr of Muslr WBI,RI R A K SIDDONS Am«« Minister 0:40 and 11-00 am.—Church Bchool A: 00 and 700 n m —Youth Groups 9:30 O.m. — Church School 8:00 p.m.—Menhelssohn'* Oratorio: “ELIJAH." I Services 9:30 and 1 1:00 a.m.—"THE STILL, SMALL VOICE." ptejii I LiPjrn Keith T. Postelthwaite. Minister 7 :00 p.m., Jr &Sr Hi Fellowships. 7 :00 p.m., Young AdultFeljowship. tAb IMINb I tK 56th PI. and Randolph St. Blodensburg (FllPl'll CHEVY CHASE Services. 8:30 ond 11 .00 am. Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. r .1 ** CIRCLE • VIRGINIA W. Paul Ludwig, Minister Maldwyn A. Davies, Associate Minister —■ . Jack W. Angerman, Minister at Christian Education 17WR KT Carlyn Spring Rd. &N. Vermont St., Arlington, Va. Harold W. Dickensheets, Minister of Music 0 11131 Founded 1872—New Church 1952—JA. 7-4766 9:30 and 11:00 0.m.—"1 WAS AFRAID." Dr. Ludwig. GEORGE HILEMAN YOUNT, Minister 9:30 and I I :00 o.m.—Church School. * Divine Worship, 9:30 and 11 :00 o.m. (Nursery During Services) rrmi'mikl rrcum U? Sixteenth and Newton Divided Church School, 9:30 and 11:00 a.m—Call tor Information. GUi%TON-TE]fIPLE Sts. N.W. Wednesday, 8:00 p.m.—Lenten Service. i Reverend Eric Lindsay Cowell, 8.A., 8.D., Minister A| ■DTIIVI AII ’3o° Block N. Irving St., AH., Vo. 11:00 am—"COME Wednesday, 8:00 p.m—"THE THIEF WITH A CONSCIENCE." 9:00 and 11 a m—"THE SINS WHICH CRUCIFY HIM—SLANDER." '■■ ■ . i ..mi ■■ i - —— Nursery During Service THE FOURTH PRESBYTERIAH CHURCH *3? 0.m.-church school. _ V 9 m mr ■ wxMwvn #in l*. BROAD AND rAlnr AX •STREETS 13th and Fairmont Sts. N.W. JAMES H. MIERS, Minister FALLS CHURCH ‘Won e HlnMn U " “'S—- —f %!?,"’ L lre a riii it, «:}? »nd 11:00 a.m.—-THE DEVOTED CHRIST* t Nursery'' pjrine Services) “■* » m.—School Children and ®:lti a m -Complete Church School M ini ana 7(Ni pm -Youns People 11.00 a Broadcaet Orer WWDC 11:30 am 4 00 pm—Broadcast Over WOOK A DV Imr ,r TAKI »3" a.m -Church School fl 4h or.- -Young People* Oroups MV I II 00 am Morning Worship 8:00 pm—Sermon “THE VICTORY OVER RATAN. _ t ..... - . . . _ “ANOTHER’S BURDEN'' Brofcdcaat Over WWDC. BQQtoo 00 a m Columbio Pika and So. Lincoln Sf. Chaplain Wayne Hunter Preaching. WFCTFD Kl 1906 , NW .-„ .. SOUTHEAST SOUTHWEST c J I CIV IT c. Stewart McKenna, Minister . . -zz . ., — H:0o am—sermon: "two evils: faithfulness and GARDEN MEMORIAL Congress Heights VA S ..n,._s'n i S, ,B -'' *■ ""'tt “SUM* ■CttAISaMUf ... , , », __ . .... . _ , 11:00 am—Service of Worsmp P3O am. —Bible Bchoel. Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.—Midweek Service. -as the wind blows- ii:oo am—Momma worship. O'Boyle Appeals for Gifts To Aid Needy Overseas The Most. Rev. Patrick A. O’Boyle, Archbishop of Wash ington, has appealed to Catholics to give generously to the annual Laetare Sunday collection which will be taken at all masses to morrow. The appeal was made in a pastoral letter emphasizing that the collection is to «provide needed food, clothing, shelter, medicine and other necessities for millions of war refugees overseas. “Your generous offering to the Bishop’s welfare and emergency relief collection on Laetare Sun day is like sending your personal representative among the dis possessed, the wanderers, the homeless, the unfed, the un clothed,’’ Archbishop O’Boyle said. Sacred Concert Planned The Back to God Hour Radio Choir of Grand Rapids, Mich., will present a concert of sacred ; music at 8 p.m. Thursday, under | the sponsorship of the Christian I Reformed Church in the Sixth | Presbyterian Church, Sixteenth j ano Kennedy streets N.W. The 1 Rev. Peter H. Eldersveld of Chi cago, radio minister of the Christian Reformed Church, will ! speak. SYRIAN ORTHODOX ST. GEORGE SYRIAN ORTHODOX John Nicholas. Pastor (Tt). 2-1634) 1 Services 11 no a m to 12 Noon Temporarily Washington Cathedral Notional Memorial Church as God HATIOHAL MEMOVAL CHURCH OF GOD (Headquarters. Anderson. Ind.) 16th and Taylor Sts. N.W. REV CLARENCE A McGILLEN Minister WARREN T JOHNSON Director of Music. i 9:45 a.m.—Church School. j Worship Services Sunday. I 1 :00 o m. and 7:30 p.m. Christian Brotherhood Hour. Station WFAX, 8:00-8:30 o.m. Wednesday, 8:00 p.m. Midweek Service. EVANGELICAL AND REFORMED A (Emtrnrfiia c’C;: ] (lour Blocks from the White House) "The Friendly Church on the Corner' HENRY C. KOCH, D.D., Minister 9:45 am.—Bible School. 11 :00 o.m—Morning Worship lPlira4jlll& "THE SUBSTANCE OF THE HOLY" j jP'SI Nursery Uunno Bible School anil Chun It Scrciccs j 8:00 p.m.—Wednesday—Lenten Service', | Meditation - "TRUTH." Dramatic Worship Service. fiDARC RFFfIRMFn ’sth and O Streets N.WL HilHUt nerunmeu TAe National Reformed Church REV. ROBERT W.' OLEWILER, Raster N. REID PRICE, Minister ot Music 9:40 a m.—Church School. 11 :00 a m —"THE CHURCH'S INFLUENCE IN FAMILY LIFE." Nursery Ourmo Service # Service Broadcast WDON, WASH-FM Wednesday, 8.00 p.m—Lenten Service. Fine T TAKOMA PARK, MD. ~“ ■ I» hra I 7300 New Hampshire Ave. REV PAUL STRAUtH. Paitor 9:45 and 11 :00 o m —"THE ROAD TO JERICHO." Nutsery Durma It on O'clock Service 9:45 a.m.—Sundoy School for All Age Groups. i Wednesday Lenten Services ot 8:00 p.m. BC TU C I Arlington Blvd. at No Geo. Mason Dr., Arl., Vo. C I n C L REV. PHILIP J. ANSTEDT, Paster 9:30 a.m.—Bible School. 11:00 a.m.—Nursery. I I :00 c m —Sermon: "DECISION AT THE PALACE." Wednesday, 8.00 p.m.—Midweek Lenten Service, MRS. NOLAN R. BEST —Star StaS Photos. LENTEN STUDY OF BIBLE IS THOUGHTFUL PURSUIT—These people, among the 1,800 attending special Lenten Bible study classes at the Lutheran Church of the Reformation, find it a fitting period to get reacquainted with the Bible. Lutherans Note Rise in Lenten Study Sessions ' By John W. Stepp The lenten season is not only a period of lasting but of highly I organized study for the congre gation of the Lutheran Church jof the Reformation, 212 East | Capitol street. Wednesday evening study classes throughout Lent are, in fact, a well-established institu i tion of the big white stone land ] mark of Capitol Hill. They were I initiated many years ago by Dr. | Oscar Fisher Blackwelder, for mer pastor, now pastor emeritus of the church. Response has always been : gratifying, according to Dr. Law : rence D. Folkemer, who h'as car : rietLon the lenten classroom idea since Dr. Blackwelder’s retire ment last year. Attendance Soars j This Lent. Pastor Folkemer , notes, class attendance has soared well above all previous years. "More and more of our mem- i I bers—and a number of non members—seem to share our MISS HOPE HARDING feeling that Lent is the season particularly fitted for discussion and study of the Bible,” he said. The current courses are in three categories: "Learning to Make the Bible Live,” “Resources for Personal Religion,” and "The I Lutheran Church Faces Its Tasks.” | Not only Lutherans teach the courses. So far members of the Episcopalian and Presbyterian Churches have participated. Some of the leading names in the local religious world, more : over, have served as class in structors during the current series, which still has three more Wednesdays to go. Among these are Dr. Clifton Olmstead, exe cutive officer of the Department of Religion, George Washington University, and Dr. Frederick E. Reissig, executive secretary of i the Washington Federation of j Churches. - Courses* Are Informal I The courses are chatty and informal. One, for example, amounts to an analysis of the! ; literary style and construction of selected chapters of the Bible | which members have found help- i ful in their understanding of the 1 great words. Dr. Folkemer draws particular satisfaction from the face that the people attending the Lenten courses travel from far-flung j sections of the city, Virginia and Maryland points as far away as Laui|l. Os the total 1,800 mem j J UNIVERSAL IST A fS'SNDLrMs—TIY gja H * W( S| sy ®iurch ; f I Church School. i SfiP \k ft I 11:00 am i IH If 'bu Worship "THE TIME yTI®I\ ijpßb LESS NEEDS KiMtSMKaWmv Kith St at S N n j UNIVERSALITY CHURCH I V OF SILVER SPRING 10301 New Hampshire Avenue REV. DAVID HICKS MacPHfcRSON Church School, 9:45. Worship, I 1 UO^.m. —Topic: j "Democracy in the Church" MISS FRANCES MENGES bershlp, only 25 live within walk ing distance of the church, the pastor pointed out. What prompts the members to come to the Lenten classes? In terviews with a number of them • give these typical answers: Mrs. Nolan R. Best, 2014 W&rdman road. Avondale, Md.— j “I have a practical, as well as spiritual purpose. I teach Sun day School for juniors, and like any teacher I need continuing i study of the subjects I teach. From a personal standpoint, I feel it is more important to know how to read the Bible than any other literature that helps in your dallying living and daily work ” Miss Frances Menges, 1217 South Oakcrest road, Arlington— " The classes are inspirational. We’ve a prayer group In church and I am anxious to learn meth ods used by other groups In studying for prayer.” Daniel J. Anderson, 4411 Low ell street N.W.—"These studies are giving me a new apprecia tion of the Bible. I am also ex- Church Radio and Television The following religions pro grams will originate in local j stations tomorrow: Television i ' 1 a.m., WRC “lnspiration,” the Rev. Adrian Pfeiffer, of St. I James Lutheran Church. ' 10 a.m.. WRC—“The Mass for Shut-Ins,” the Rev. John Di mond, of St. Paul’s College, Catholic University, will be the celebrant. Radio | 1 a.m„ WRC “lnspiration,” | same as above. 7:30 a.m., WWDC—"Mass for j Shut - Ins,” from Georgetown j University. 7:45 a.m., WGAY —"Upder- I standing Catholics,” sponsored ! by the Washington Catholic Evi j dence Guild. i 8 a.m., WGAY —"Religion for j Living,” the Rev. William E.! ' Smith, of University Methodist i 1 Church. College Park, speaks. I 8 a.m., WOOK —Dr. Small wood E. Williams, of the Bible Way Church, speaks. 8:45 a.m., WOL—“Light for; Life,” G. Bromley Oxnam, Meth THEOSOPHY United Lodge of Theosophisb 2653 Conn. Ave. N.W. Wednetday, 8:15 p.m.— Study Class. "THE BHAGAVAD GITA" All Welcome THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY 126 llth St N.W. Sunday. March 20. 7:30 pm. "THE DANCE OF LIFE" Speaker. ELWOOD COOK. Baltimore. Md. PUBLIC CLASSES “Secret Doctrine.” Ist and 3rd Wed nesdays at «:!3. Advance Theosophy. 2nd and 4th Wednesdays at 7:lft Art Instruction. Mondays. 6:30 to 9:30. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES AND READING ROOMS IN GREATER WASHINGTON Branches of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts Subject of Lesson-Sermon, March 20, 1955 "MATTER" Golden Text: John 6:63. It is the spirit that quickeneth; the flesh profiteth nothing. . CHURCHES Washington, D. C. Virginia FIRST CHURCH FIRST CHURCH—Alexandria Columbio Rd. & Euclid St. N.W. 1709 Russell Road SECOND CHURCH FIRST CHURCH—Arlington 3160 Pennsylvania Ave. S.E. 6843 Little Foils Rd. THIRD CHURCH SECOND CHURCH —Arlington 13th and L Sts. N.W. 3101 Arlington Blvd. at No. FOURTH CHURCH Highland St. 3505 16th St. N.W. SOClETY—Fairfax FIFTH CHURCH Town Hall 1238 31st St. N.W. SIXTH CHURCH Maryland Hurst Hall, American Uni- FIRST CHURCH—Chevy Chase versity. Mass. & Nebr Aves. 7901 Conn. Ave. N.W. (Enter Hgnnoy Gate I. FIRST CHURCH—HyAjttsville SEVENTH CHURCH 6221 43rd Ave. 1 302 Rhode Island Ave. N.W. FIRST CHURCH—SiIver Spring EIGHTH CHURCH Flower Theater, Sun. 22nd CrJacksonatß, I.Ave.N.E. 8722 Flower Ave., Wed. HOURS OF SERVICE Sunday Morning Services at 11. All Sunday Schools at 11; Second Church, Arlington, also at 9:30. Sunday Evening Services in First and Fifth Churches, Washington, ond First Church, Alexandria, at 8; Third ond Fourth Churches, Wash ington, and First. Chevy Chase, at 5. Wednesday Evening Meetings of 8 Include Testimonies of Healing, First Church, Arlington, and First Church, Hyattsville, at 8:15; Fairfax Society, First and Third Wednesdays Each Month. READING ROOMS Washington, D C. Virginia 1532 Connecticut Avenue N.W. HON. St. Asoph St., Alexandria 14th & G Sts. N.W. (Colo. Bldg.) 683 5 Little Falls Rd., Arlington 14th & Park Rd. N.W. 3150 Wilson Blvd., Rm. 200, Arl. (Riggs Bldg.)* 2315 Wisconsin Avenue Maryland 1302 Rhode Island Avenue N.W. 7901 Conn. Ave., Chevy Chase 1601 Eye Street N.W. 6221 43rd Avenue, Hyottsville (Christian Science Bldg.) 8616 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring All Art Cordially Invited la Attend the Services and to Visit tka Pending Rooms Radio Progroms: Sun., WARL, 8:45 0.m.; WMAL, 9:15 o.m. Frl„ WRC, 6:05 o.m. JOSEPH F. WHEELER - - at.ff Bhnlnt periencing the pleasure of know • I ing that my 12-year-old daugh i ter is getting something out of , participation in week-night .; church services.” i Miss Hope Harding, 1344 East ! Capitol street—“l finally joined ( the church after having failed . to attend for too many years, j and since that time I've been . thinking more and more about . personal religion and prayer. I ; have seen what prayer means ' to others and realize what it [' can mean to me.” Joseph F. Wheeler, 204 South ■ Irving street, Arlington—“Leam , ing the Bible better for an inter . pretation and understanding of the writings of the past masters r refreshes the mind. I just feel . that things of this type are good for us.” i Miss Bea Shelton, 4850 Mac ■ Arthur boulevard N.W.—"Like a i lot of people, I feel that I never really knew how to read the Bible. I know I have never read i it enough. These classes are get ting ml Interested In reading the Bible more.” ! odist Bishop of Washington, 9:15 a.m., WMA L “How | Christian Science Heals.” 9:30 a.m., WOL—Clark Ales of the Virginia Theological Sem inary. speaks on “God Heals.” 9:53 a.m., WGMS—Dr. Leslie Glenn of St. John’s Church, speaks. 10 a.m., WMAL—Rabbi Nor man Gerstenfeld of the Wash ington Hebrew Congregation speaks. 11 a.m.. WDON-WASH—Grace Reformed Church services. 11 a.m., WFAN Petworth Baptist Church services. 11 a.m., WARL—St. Mark's E. U. B. Church services. 11:30 a.m., WSAM—Clarendon Presbyterian Church services. 11:30fa.m., WWDC —Fourth Presbyterian Church services. Heard again at 8 p.m. 11:30 a.m.. WOOK First Trinity Lutheran Church serv ices. Repeated at 12:05 p.m. over WFAN. 2 p.m., WRC—“The Catholic Hour,” the Rev. Sebastian Mik las. O.F.M.Cap., professor at Catholic University, speaks. 3 p.m., WMAL—“Hour of Pow er,” from the Central Union Mis sion. 4:30 p.m., WGMS —“Lenten Vespers,” a program of sacred choral music from Christ Luth eran Church. 7:30 p.m., WWDC—“Catholic Hour,” the Very Rev. Francis J. Connell, C.SS.R., of Catholic University, speaks. 9 p.m.. WEAM—“The Hour of Inspiration,” conducted by Dr. Dale Crowley, Washington Radio Minister. 10:15 p.m., WOOK—“Faith of Millions,” Catholic goodwill pro gram sponsored by the Catholic Interracial Council of Washing ton.