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THE EVENING STAR Washington, D. C., Saturday, March 71, IMS i - ■4 ** '—^ ,\i lii... * hUB 'j *rmL laWi m Jr BW I fl jp A/* . THE POWER OF FAITH PALM SUNDAY “And they brought the colt to Jesus, and cast their garments on him; and He sat upon him. And many spread their garments in the way; and others cut down branches off the trees, and strawed them in the way. And they that went before, and they that followed, cried saying, Hosanna; Blessed Is he that cometh in the name of the Lord .. ."—(Mark 11:7-9.) —By Howard Brodle, AP Newsfeatures. Children to Hiss Villain At Purim Celebration Gaily costumed children will hoot and hiss the villain March 93 at Adas Israel’s celebration of the feast of Purim. The youngster's festival will begin at 6:45 p.m. at the syna gogue. Connecticut and Porter street N.W., with the reading of the scroll of Esther. llie story is about the wicked Haman. minister to the king, and hit plot long ago to purge the Jewish nation. Every time his name Is mentioned, the children will boo and hiss knd stomp. This is the only time during the year when youngsters are allowed to cut up while services are in progress, under the tol erant gaze of their elders. Afterwards, there will be a play based on a modern ver- Rites Are Set At Cathedral The Very Rev. Francis B. Sayre, jr., dean of the Wash ington Cathedral, will preside at the Cathedral's 11 a.m. serv ice of antecommunion which will include blessing of the palms tomorrow. Canon Frederick H Arterton will preach at the 4 pjn. even song service. Holy communion will be cele brated by Canon Charles Mar tin at 8 am. in St. Mary’s Chapel and by Canon Robert A. George at 9:30 a m. in Beth lehem Chapel. The German Requiem, by Johannes Brahms, will be pre sented by the Washington and Cathedral Choral Societies, conducted by Paul Callaway, at 8:30 p.m. The State of Rhode Island will be remembered in Cathe dral prayers tomorrow and the State flag will be carried in the processions. Y>u can be just a Christian... | IT EVER OCCURRED TO YOU that you can be just a Christian . . . nothing "jS more nor less than a plain Christian? Yes, even in the midst of the religious con fusion of denomination-divided age, it is possible for you to be WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE JUST A CHRISTIAN? Well, being o Christian means so much more than merely being a good moral person . . . more than to church on Sundoy more than giving mental assent to certain beliefs . . . more than hoving one’s name on a church roll. IBEINO JUST A CHRISTIAN MEANS TRUSTING AND OBEYING JESUS CHRIST just os Paul and Ph'hp and the early Christians did in the first century after Christ. It means going back beyond all the differing denominational doctrines of today to find Christ just as He is revealed in the inspired New Testament. You.see, there were no different denominations in the beginning of Christianity The early disciples were all one body. They were called simply "Christians" (Acts 1 I :26>. They did not to low different creeds, but were guided by "the faith once for all delivered to the saints" (Jude 3). (he New Testament, first as the spoken word and later os written down by "holy men of God" as they were guided by the Holy Spirit, was their only rule of faith and practice (2 Peter 121 I We hove this same New Testament today and can reproduce the some pure Christianity which flourished in the first century after Christ. We can be just plain Christians! TO FIND OUT THE DETAILS of how you may become and remain just a plain Christian like Peter, Ibarnabas and Aquila, you must open your own New Testament and read for yourself. We suggest t at you begin with the Acts of the Apostles. You will find that Jesus built only one church, (Mat u u iu God added everyone who obeyed the gospel of Christ to this undenominational church, the body of Christ (Collosians 1 :18) (Acts 2:47). The Bible teaches that you will be od ea o the same body, today when you believe in Jesus Christ os God’s Son, repent of your sins and are baptized for the forgiveness of sins (Acts 2:38). Why not become just o Christian and Worship and work in the non-denominational church of Christ? SEND FOR FREE BOOKLET | | VISIT US AT THI FOLLOWING LOCATIONS: Nmi. Sm< Fr„ .mMM "N.itl,., Col.,lie Fr 0.1,.,, j 0. C.— 1 6th and Decatur Sts. N.W ; 13th and Irving Sts. Her Jew." HI I N.W.; 2600 Minn. Av*. S.E.; 28P0 Douglos St N.E. j l||j I/*® 1 . —Pronklin Ave., Silver Spring; Auburn Ave. in NAME I Wildercrott. J j VA.— 2O N. Irving St. at Arlington Blvd , Arlington; HIE. STREET J | Broddock Rood Alexandria, 300 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church I Springfield Estates Elementary School, Springfield; Odd Fellows CITY ZONE STATE t] ■■ ■ ’ sion of the story of Esther, • with judging for the best cos > tumes. Children will come garbed as kings, queens, and. of ! course, as the wicked Haman. ‘ These festivities cap a month ) long clothing drive by the youngsters, who have been collecting servlcable spparel to send to Mrs. Abraham' Novick in Israel. Mrs. Novick. wife of a former cantor of the congregation, is engaged in child welfare work and has promised to distribute the clothes to needy school • children In Israel. . Adas Israel's Purim program \is under the direction of Bernard Mussman. associate rabbi who is director of reli -1 gious education. !! UNITY i 1 —————l UNITY ASSEMBLY Burlingten Hotel 1120 Vermont Ave. N.W. 1 Affiliates with Holly IrhMl | 11:00 OJI—"A BOLD BUS" UNITY CENTER ! OF CHRISTIANITY H Asst With Uifty. Ins Sommll. Mo. Sunday Service, Horn. Barker H.O TWCA. Uth A K N.W. “THE KING OF LOVE" r Dr Ann SAndeltr. Minister 10 30 a m —Sunday School ■ Center Oo.rl.rcASl 13th St. N.W. I Ooco Dally lo ne am te 1:88 e.m 1 ME. 0-0000 DIAL-A PRAYER ME- S-OXM ■ ammßMmauaemMmmanMißHMMMßMMMaaMum i UNITY STUDY GROUP AMliat./ UoHy. *U.’.*simmM* No >1 Bumisr. 7:1)11 prn —Lecture CIASi Wedneulay. B:tMi p.m L.ntcn ! Clill IfildAd Park. LieeoMd Tttcbtr JA 2-016? Adventists Plan Parley Forty-seven Washington area officials, pastors and laymen will be delegates to the quad rennial convention of the Co lumbia Union Conference. Sev enth-Day Adventist Church. Monday through Thursday at Atlantic City, N.J. The conference has 37,909 members In New Jersey, Penn sylvania, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware and the District of Columbia. Lewis E. Lenhelm of Takoma Park, Md.. la president of the con ference. with headquarters at 7710 Carroll avenue, Takoma Park. Reuben R. Plguhr of Ta koma Park, world president of the denomination, and William B Ochs of Takoma Park, vice president of the General Con ference in charge of the North American Division, will b among the speakers. The four-day convention will open at 7:30 pm. Monday in the Hotel Dennis with Mr. Len heim delivering the keynote address. The sessions Monday night and Tuesday will be de voted to business with the re maining period to a iMniaterial Institute. : i Holy Week Talks Set The Rev. Kenneth O. Phifer of Old Presbyterian Meeting House, Alexandria, will preach the annual Holy Week Services in Trinity Presbyterian Church. Sixteenth and North Inglewood. Arlington, at 8 pm. tomorrow, and at the same hour through Friday. Dr. Phifer also will conduct a Bible study hour at 10 am. Monday through Frt day. > • «-> • 1 CHBHTIAN SCIINCI CHUKCHtS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES AND READING ROOMS IN GREATER WASHINGTON Bronches of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts Subject of lesson-Sermon, March 22 "MATTER" C.olden Text: Jeremiah 3:23. Truly in vain i. salvation hoped for from the hill*, and from the multitude of mountains truly in the Lord our Cod in the salvation ol fvrael. CHURCHES WASHINGTON, D. C. VIRGINIA FIRST CHURCH ALEXANDRIA—First Church Columbia Rd. & Eucl.d St. NW. »709 Russell Rood ARLINGTON—First Church SECOND CHURCH 6843 Little foils Rood 3160 Pennsylvania Ave. SE. ARLINGTON —Second Church THIRD CHURCH . 3'ol Arlington Blvd. ot I 3th ond L Sts. N.W, * *i? h,O r nd S L FAIRFAX—First Church FOURTH CHURCH Rfe 237 nr. Lovton Hall Schl. 3505 !6tbSt. NW MT VERNON—Society FIFTH CHURCH , Ridgecrest Or., Wellotn. Hgts 1238 31 st St. N.W. MARYLAND SIXTH CHURCH ‘ CHEVY CHASE—First Church W*' A V *' Nw ' w"d HYATTSVIITe—hrst Church 5301 Wis. Ave. N.W, Wed. 622 , 43rd Ave SEVENTH CHURCH SILVER SPRING— First Church 22nd & Rhode Island Ave N E. Georgia Ave. and Highland Dr. HOURS OF SERVICE Sunday Morning Services and Sunday School at 11 First Church Chevy Chase, First Church Alexandria, First Church Hyottsyille ond First Chu'Ch Arlington. Services ond Sunday School also ot 9 30. Sunday Evening Service in First Church Washington, at 8, Third and Fourth Churches Washington ot 5. Wednesday evening meet ings ot 8 include Testimonies ot Healing, First Church Arlington, Foirtox Society ond First Church Hyottsvill* at 8:15. READING RO6MS Washington, D. C Virginia 1532 Connecticut Ave. NW, Alexandria, 110 N. St. Asaph St. 3160 Pennsylvonio Ave- S.E. Arlington, 6835 Little Falls Rd. 615 15th St. N.W Arlington, 3150 Wilson Blvd. 1405 Park Road N.W. Rm. 200 (Riggs Bonk Bldg.l Fotrfox, Town Holl 2315 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. Maryland 4626 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. Chevy Chose, 7901 Conn. Ave. 1601 Eye St. NW. Hyoftsvllle, 4333 Gollotm St. (Christian Science Bldg.) Silver Spring, 8616 Georgia Ave. - All Art Cordially Invited to Attend the Services and to Visit the Reading Rooms Rodio Programs—Sundoy: WARL, 8:45 am.; WpON-AM ond WASH-FM, 9:15 a m. Friday, WRC, 6 o.m. Television Program: Sujidoy, WRC-TV, 9:30 am. • RELIGIOUS I\ NEWS j j Palm Sunday Services Feature Special Music Special music and dramatic presentations will mark Palm Sunday obsei vances In many churches of the Washington area tomorrow. The Sanctuary Choir of the Calvary Baptist Church will present the Easter cantata "For He la Rlaen." by Joseph W. Clokey, at 7:30 p.m In the church. Eighth and H street* N.W. “The Message ot the Cross,” an Easter cantata by William C. MacParlane, will be sung - at 8 pm. in the Arlington Church of the Brethren, Third and North Montague streets, Arlington. It will be presented jointly by the Brethren Church j Choir and that of Wesley Methodist Church of Vienna. The St. Matthew Passion, by Schutz. will be presented by the Reformation Lutheran Church Choir at 8 p.m. in the church, 313 East Capitol street. The Sanctuary Choir and the Chancel Solo Quartet of ; the Mount Vernon Place Meth odist Church will join to pre sent "The Seven Last Words," by Theodore Dubois, at 6.30 p.m. In the church. 900 Mas. sachusetts avenue N.W. The Air Force Singing Ser geants, directed by Capt. Rob ert Landers, will sing a Palm Sunday Musical Vesper service, at 7 p.m. in the McKendree Methodist Church, 3421 Law rence street N.E. "The Seven Last Words" by Dubois also will be sung at 8 p.m. by the choir of Trinity ' Methodist Chureh, Fifth street I and Seward Square B.E. : The Wealey and Sanctuary 1 Choirs of Bethesda Methodist | Church will join to sing selec tions from Rossini's - "Stabat ■ Mater" at 5 pm. In the church. ’ Huntington parkway and Old Georgetown road, Bethesda. | A service of Palm Sunday music will be presented at 7:30 p.m. in the Oxon Hill Methodist : Church. Livingston and Bock roada S.E., by the Sanctuary and Chancel Choirs and a string quintet. Bach's “The Passion Accord ing to St. John” will be pre sented at 5 p.m. in the New York Avenue Presbyterian Chureh, H street and New York i avenue N.W., by the church’s choirs, orchestra, organ and i harpsichord. Handel's oratorio. “The Mes siah," will be sung at 5 p.m. by __!£!gCogAL fFISCOFAL EPISCOPAL EPISCOPAL — l°*.™:*“: ROCK CREEK iiaaljimjtuti Jk (fiatljn'iral ™ a* tsvajSSJ-' _ 8:00 and 9:30 o.m.—Holy Communion Motsochmatti ond 1 B Doily Services: _ 11 :00 o.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon A,„. N.W. Vf*7 7,10..... N.,h, 4 ’°° "T "° W K * Nl0 • , " Wednesday, 10:00 o m.—Holy Communion \T jff Maundy Thursday, 8:00 p.m.—Holy Communion Goad Friday, 12:00 noon—Three-Hour Service * FALM SUNDAY. MARCH 22 NORTHEAST 8.00 a m —Holy Communion, St. Mary’s Chapel 9.30 om.—Holy Communion, Bethlehem Chapel (@Ur &3tttoUr-~Braoklaßd-Hillandal« II no I** *l ,V ’ Cano " Rob ? r ! GeOr 0* , . _ „ _ IBIS and Irvin, Street. N.I. II .00 o.m.—Ante-Communion ond Blessing of the Polms c. MBBiin. Jr.. RtrUr t R*kcrt lub*t Ahmliu The Very Rev. Francis 8. Soyre, Jr. Servlc. 7,30 aV b:,1» AM. ll:00 AM. Pururs 4:00 p.m.— Evensong ond Sermon SOUTHEAST 8:30 p.m.—German Requiem, Brahms, The Washington ond ST. MARK’S ON CAPITOL HILL Cathedral Choral Societies, Poul Collowoy, Director rhird e „ ...... . . "‘"VjiirtJ::;:. \VZ ' 8 ° ™ ~ H °'v Communion; 9:45 a m._ChurchSchool Parent.Clas*s Tl “ Emmanuel Church V?2FtI?S WASHINGTON (51, D. C. Tk * *"7"''" J. Th. B.v rh.rlm D.Xtm. D.D., B.rtor Thr R... airherS H trhnnlmatter _ , PALM SUNDAY Th. a... H.rr.a E w.r. Th. R»v. Jehu H. Rodgers. Jr. Bletsmg of Polms and Holy Communion, 6.45 am ; Holy Commun ing'" ~ H lon 8 Family Service ond Church School, 9:30 0.m.; Palm II nn 10:00 a m.— Adult Glosses Procession and Snug Eucharist with Sermon, 11 a m. „„ " o.m—Church School and Nursery p 0 | ms Distributed at All Services I 1 .00 a m Prayer Sermon by the Rector, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Before Easter— c T-Hf COST OF REDEMPTION Holy Commcnion, 7 om, ; crs> m '~ T u! Adults ond Young People's Fellowship Wednesday— Children's Service, 4 p.m ; Office of Tenebrae Bpm 800 pm. Holy Commumor With Sermon hy Mr, Moce MAUNDY THURSDAY— HoIy Communion, 6, 7:30 ond 9.30 o.m. II I ftAlllf* liril Ahl I I Watch Before the Blessed Sacrament; Office of Tenebrae, 8 p.m. AIL SOULS MEMORIAL 2300 Cathudral >•«. N.W. (Just East of Conn. Art ,) I Stations and Office of Tenebrae, 8:00 p.m. Re Frank Blackwelder, Rector HOLY SATURDAY— Easter Even Liturgy, 12:00 noon PALM SUNDAY Confessions, 3:00 to 5:00 ond 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. 8:30 a.rrv—/ Ay Communion, Blessing of Polms, Orgon MARYLAND 9:' ond II o^n —Identical Services abb «. .. rr rr ■ ■ ... The Rev. brien A. C. Kirh-Duncen. Bredon. England ALI SAINTS* Chess Circle et Western MAUNDY THURSDAY Avenue, Chevy Chase. Md. 11:00 o.m —Holy Communion ond Sermon, Organ _ REV. CHARLES EDWARD BERGER, Th.D„ Rector 8:00 p.m—Holy Communion ond Sermon, Senior Choir " *Wntr«J Orles.. Orseniu en« Cbsirnssu! h,lbMi d k -*- GOOD FRIDAY 7:30o m.—Holy Communion, Dr. Berger Three-Hour Service, 12-3 p m.— The Rev. C. Leslie Qko, D.D. 9:00 a.m.—Church School, Holy Communion, Sermon by Dr. Berger 1 I :00 a m —Holy Communion With Sermon by The Rev. HB. Lilley Christ Church Georgetown ascension 63 J Ss r n .% ri : , '. MA jut * u nu. N.W einre ISIT e«». Jehn a. Anerheti. 0.0.. Better PALM SUNDAY ** " Bbd4byi: B. 9: I/I an 411 b.iii T.cnltn Nblj M f>o am—Celebration of Holy Communion GOOD FKIPAT BKBVICE: MOOM TO A P.M. P OO a m —Church Bchool and Morninf Prayar (Nursery) . mmm m • # . k ~77 —7“ Z ll :oo am Morninf Prayer (Nursery) St,Thomas N.. r (6rarr (Hhurrh “ari* ,s ir r * u 8:00o m.-Holy Communion 11 :00 a.m.—Church School (Child Core in Parish House! NORTHWEST nobtuwcct 11:00a m —PROCESSION OF PALMS; FESTIVAL MORNING .I"-.,,, :« Nw NORTHWEST PRAYER AND SERMON, THE RECTOR ST PAUL'S ™ w.Vti. C r.i. HOLY COMFORTER 5:00 p m —THE MASS IN Gby Frans Schubert l „ . '*« Aeeuw. p.rtehi Choir, Soloists, String Quartet, Harlan J. Laufman, 8 ' «» D.* a«u. Conductor, The Rev. Robert F. Evens ot th. Orgon fCwTschS Nursery) M Q T° AY ' CES HOLY WEEK 9 ;30—Procession of Polms W LnLd2y 3 °i o"on o mi-H™ r Menday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 12:15 p.m.—Holy Communion " ' 5 ~^ | l 'T n n Bl j SS H 9 h° , Mn s Thurs., 8 p.m.—H.' C. 5:45 p.m.—Ante-Communion and Litany i Distributed nT (* Ftidqy, I2to 3 and 8 p.m. MAUNDY THURSDAY: 7:15 o m—Holy Communion All Masses) /Tls*tt»»+st (f Iritwelt 12 noon—Holy Communion, Address 5:45 p m._Evening Prayer 8:00—Solemn Evensong, i VMlUlll| VLUlUrut 8:00 p.m.—Holy Communion, Passion Music Stotions ot the Cross Piney Branch at Dahlia St. N.W. ond Benediction FRCDERICB w BLATZ. D.D.. S«l>r GOOD FRIDAY: 12:00-3:00 p.m. —Three-Hour Service, the Rector Matins Daily, Except Sat , at palm Sunday 5:45 p.m. — Evening Prayer and Antecommunion o.m. and Evensong Doily at j »:?5 Vra — 2tornfn??r»yer r '” 7 and 'l 2;°Tuesday! W Low°Mosses I' l C T A I DAKI # C Massachusetts at Wiscensin ot 7, 9:30 ond 12; Wednesday, Holy Communion •w ■ • k D I v up Avenues N.W. Low Mosses ot 6,7 and 12; i ou CTBDUEH 0 Clergy: E. F. Klemen, J. R. Janes, J P. Gorsuch Tenebroe, 8 p m Maundy Thurs- «>• b I tKlltll 7:45 o.m —Holy Communion. day. Low Mosses ot 6,7 and § THE INCARNATION 9:15 a.m.—Fom. Serv., Church School Classes (Crih Room Open) 9;30 «' H| 9h Mass ond Proces- 16th and Newton Sts. N.W. 11:00 a.m.—Antecommunion, Ser., Mr. Gorsuch (Crib Rm.ifpen) Slon ,0 ,ar °f Repose ot Th* k*< staart r G**t. acetar 7 .00 p.m: E.P.; Holy Comm. 7:30, 10:30 Moa.-Thurs.; 8 pm. >2 noon Tenebroe ot 8 p.m. S:00 . m-mess 8 p.im Thurs. Antecomm., 7:30, 10:30 Fri , 10:30 Sot. 3 Hours 12-3 Fri. Goo<i Fridoy, Stations of the >ind Holy Communion Children's Service 4 p.m. Fri.; Holy Baptism 4 p.m. Saturday. Cross ot 7 ond 9;30 am.; the ‘i I ; 'oo — Palm Proc?»s y ion. U Mat!ns _ Three Hours Devotion From 12 __ J and ST JOHN'S. LAFAYETTE SQUARE ,0 3pm ( ~ h* preoch,n a of thf co ,^*un.on Th, " 4 Hr. r m M " ** * • ** Possion ot 12 noon; the Liturgy yjAfiMday. Holy Communion. Ha m. THE REV. DONALD W. MAYBERRY. Rector of Good Friday of 1 :45-3), Ten- , ’ lT Communion, to » m T?. k V.V’*£ > .".i k 2SS&T SKlSir ebroe -. 8 '*«»«; *»•». Mot- southeast *on * m.—Holy Communion t)::w a m—Holy Communion Mr. Wilson ins » 11 ; 4j o m., Alter servi*e ■ —-—— 11 Z n l Ho'y Bopt.snn ot 12 noon. ST. TIMOTHY'S T:3O pm.—Eyenlm Prayer and Dramatic Headlna Holy Soturdoy Liturgy ot 11 p.m a. . . -. , “ m * J^ HOLY COMMUNION —7: .'Ul°*m. Tue, . Thur. and Sat f'% "J* 2 “S™ " BND«W^,^.V Maandy Thursday Holy Communion. 7:1111 *.m., \1 noon and tail pm midnight. CONFESSIONS, Sot i-IJJ a m —Holy Communion MORNINO PRAYER—I7:OO noon. Wrdnooday. th* Rov CW J owry PhD (21stl sto 7 r> m Mnnndv ».«n am-Jamlly Serylc* GaodFrlday. JSta 3:no ».m.—“THE SEVEN LAST WORDS" r , Sr " <V\oundy o <»rd Sunday Holy Communion) Evantne Prayer 7:30 p.m— Rt. Rev J Brooke Mosley. DD. Blshoo of Del Thurs, It to 11:45 0.m., sto BOi'xm.—ChurchSchool—All Acea 1 6 P ™ < Good Friday, 3to 4 '' S °° l (1 111 vl Rhliribk ® of Wis. Ave. p.m. ond 7to 8 p.m.; Easter • m "Mornln» Prayer and Sermon UID Ole wOllll S unuren GEORGETOWN parish Even, isot, 2.Bth 1,4 to 7 pm . yx,,°Mr£° mm °" 1 JAM ES M A D AMSCu Jo Je r ASCENSIOM NATIVITY ,r 8:00 o.m.—Holy Communion AND ST. AGNES H V.oon 1 ’ FaiDAT. Tk ”i's o' m m 9:15 ?- m — Fom , l v Service and Church School Twtlflh , Bd Ma...rh..e.i, a,., n.w. j „%OTJSJjKS' . 11.00 o.m.—Mornjng Proyer ond Sermon Jem** MarrhUon Duncan I - t-HRECTiON. .o\ iftth st. N.l. Nursery and Klnderearten at It am oTRf. * ev * * Bob W Lewl# ———■ 1 ■' nan I.■■■ 1 ■ «:••(» a.m.—Low Mass /-V . A«aia • . IN'JO (onnrctlcut Ave. N.W. &:15a.m.—Suntr Mas' | VIRGINIA MiaaaUet’f rn+r Th * Rev Malralm Marshall. 10 00 am—Church School IWiir llillT rX H Th. Rev. J*hu >C u CreraMy. 11 ~u »■ m ' SSSnSnc “tile Palm. 4 EMMANUEL kuiS.M 6d. A-aorlatr Reetar Solemn Procession and V m,n "nvah, Alexandria The Be.. Henry H. Clement Hlah Mas. , R „ , . Amhl.V SS.vL. PALM SUNDAY 7.30 pm—Evensong. Meditation .ij i ! nn" - " „ «« and Benediction Services: 8 and 11:00 o.m. 8.00 am. Holy Communion 9:15 o.m.—Church School Numery at »:1* and 11 :uu a m 10:00 am—BLESSING OF PALMS, Family Service MARYLAND 11 :00 O.m. —BLESSING OF PALMS ond Sermon Wednesday. 8:00 p.m.—Tenebrae ———————————————— HOLY WEEK SERVICES I 7:(MI a.m.-—High Mass and Procession Holy Communion Doily, 7 :30 am.; Evening Prayer Daily, 5 :30 p m , *’ t * r 01 R 'P°s« V!tr Ui Ll UID ALL MAUNDY THURSDAY— HoIy Communion, 7.30 am m ‘ V- Hillondole Holy Communion, 11:00 o.m. Holy Communion, 5:30 p.m. BflCt ClllirOhi ÜBOrgtiOWn New Hampshire Ave. and Easter Preparation Service, 8:00 p.m. 1041 Wisconsin Ave. Powder Mill Rd. GOOD FRlDAY— Antecommunion, 7:30 om *EV. M. M. PERKINS, Rector Horwood C. Bowman, Jr„ Rector THE THREE-HOUR DEVOTIONS, 12:00 noon to 3:00 p.m. A*** 5:30 pm.—Evemnq Proyer « GFOBAC'C ruilDru 1 8, 9,15 &II o.m.—Servces TREE r.ARXr.K rXRKINC. FOR SUNDAY XERVICE*. 700* EI.A. AVE N.W. *»• UtUKUC } L.IT UKV>rl MaMliaw'a Bavl.k Hyattsyllle " ' 7ud and II Street. N.W, *'• maifliew S rinin J2.A . 5150 Macomb Strcat N.W A - *• birch. Rertur t-’nd tnnw and Gallatin Strn.l laautn mwmmw iv.yT. PAtM SUNDAY 1 7::tOand ll:(l(!am. *• aWMMaA. -I my ALBERT F. TAYLOR, Rector 7. ». 11 am—Holy Communion 37th Avenue and Nicholson Street u 7:30 a m Holy Communion aliliAS'l oam -8 S. Family Service 0:1* a m -Family Service and Church Bcnool l ni S .^K;^M r i , 11:00 a m.—Antecommuolon and Sermon Palm Crosses Distributed | A2,a » rt ,„ ST. COI.dMUA'S 42nd ond AlhomorU Sts. N.W. Celebration. 7:00 AM ..COLLEGE PARK. MD “ _ Celebration. 7:30 pm Inllese Ave. at Princeton t-BANirOLPH MENGEES. Raet« GOOD FRIDAY— 7 JO am -Holy Communion THE REV H. LAWRENCE REESE. Carat. 3-Hnur Service, 1:1:00 to 1:00 n*. 0:15 a m—Family Service. Sermon, a ix . u. I .?'. . ’ Communion 7:45 p m—Cantata hy the Choir I Nursery. Church School *• —Merntna grayer ind Church School EASTER EVE—S:OO o m ; IX a m—Morning Prayer. Serman 't "h a m —Morning Prayer and Sermon General Baptismal Service ' HAROLD F McGEE. Rector the choir of tha Central Pres byterlan Church, Sixteenth and Irving street# N.W. Choirs of the Busk Hill Halted Presbyterian Church and the Ounton Temple Me morial Presbyterian Church w}U combine to alng the can tata, "The Seven Last Words,” by Dubois, at 7:30 p.m. in the Bush Hill Church, Praneonla road and Jane way, Alexandria. A group of eight students from the Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, Va., will present a play. "The Prod igal Son." by R. H. Ward, at 7:30 p.m. in the Falrlington Presbyterian Chnreh, 3846 King street, Alexandria. The Protestant Choir of the Navy Chapel will sing “The I Requiem,” by Gabriel Faure.j at 5 p.m. In the chapel, 3801 Nebraska avenue N.W. Confirmation Set The Most Rev. John M. Mc- Namara. Auxiliary Bishop of Washington, will confirm more than 100 adults at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow at Our Lady of 1 Lourdes Catholic Church, Beth esda, Md. Msgr. Elmer T. Fisher, pas tor, will assist. SPIRITUAL SCIENCE First Spiritual Sciatica Church of Washington, D. C., Inc. NW IRohm H3II atv ALICE TINDALL. Peter nplrltuai and H.sllns Service with Mauls.. Sun Tun,. Thun. Xpm Tu *’* -,3U p.m Private App meats MF >-0073 CO 5-1140 __COMMUNITY CHURCH Nrk Road CsmnßßHy Church tilt Pash U Hit o:3ii sa Sunday Scnool 11:00 t m.—“WHO IS THIST" #3ii pm.—Christian Endeavor TaetSay s un e.m. Prayer and Bible Study Holy Week Services Nlehtly. 8 pm. I New Church Set i For First Service 1 The Congregational Chrls ’ tlan of Fairfax County will hold its first service at 11 a.m. to ; morrow In Its new structure on , Route 236 two and a quarter miles west of Annandale. 1 A contemporary deslfn. the ' building contains a temporary ; sanctuary seating 250. four 1 class and conference rooms. ' two offices, a pastor’s study and ' kitchen facilities. It cost some ' 1150,000 i Joseph Baunder* St Associates ( designed the building. It was SACRED CONCERT ilj ST. THOMAS’ EPISCOPAL CHORCH ! 18th STREET BETWEEN f AND QUE, NEAR DUPONT CIRCLE 5:00 P.M. PALM SUNDAY MASS IN G by SCHUBKT Choir • Soloists • Chamber Orchestra Harlan J. Laufman, Conductor SPECIAL SERVICES THE CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY HI7 G STREET N.W. WASHINGTON 5, D. C. NOON-DAY LENTEN SERVICES Mesdsy Through Thursday, March 23 Through 26 Tfce lit. Rev. J. Brooke Moelev. D.D.. RUhop of the Episcopal Diocese of Delaware Wednesday, March 25, ot 5:30 PM. Mlshop Moslrv MAUNDY THURSDAY, Services 7:30, 10:30, 12~35, 5:30, 8:00 GOOD FRIDAY, 12 noon to 3 p.m.—The Three-Hour Service 8:00 p.m.— Moiart Requiem in D Miner Fifth Baptist Slatts Evangelistic Services The Rev. J. Robert Buttle, . pastor of Temple HUla Baptist I Chureh, will preach at evanse . listic services tomorrow through \ March 29 at the Fifth Baptist - Church, 609 E street B.W. Serv ices will be held at 7:48 p.m. : dally except next Saturday, r Fague Sprlngman. professor -of music at the University of , Maryland, will direct the music I and be the soloist. built by Cowles Construction Co. i The Rev. Hubert 8. Back i with la minister.