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Religious News tig iISF w9k HgF? ti\3 L »■ io h Agffl 919 71 IBfWSjEKBfr |KL IlWEtl f I nWEHT\ -. i Ilv ’., v THE POWER OF FAITH “Will you cool cats dig a scene with us?” a Youth For Service man asks a gang—meaning, Will you work with us to help someone? This approach has won the confidence of San Francisco youth in the non-sectarian organization founded by Quaker Carl May, who believes that "every guy has a little bit of God In him.** “I’ll do anything if somebody asks me,” said one youth, “but not if I’m told.” Since 1957, Youth For Service boys have moved furniture for the aged, painted the homes of needy, built a school shelter for migrant workers* children, a bridge for Indian families. They have gained recognition and respect with their 150 projects. Under this program, gangs have become clubs, united by an inter-club boys’ council, where gripes are aired, disputes settled, work and recreational projects planned. It’s all evidence of the “faith in the boy and our society," which is a watchword with Youth For Service.—By Howard Brodie, AP Newsfeatures. CHURCHES ON THE AIR The following television and! radio programs will originate from Washington stations to morrow. Television 8:30 am., WTOP-9—Lt. Col. Harry P. Henderson, base chap lain at Bolling Air Force Base, will speak on “God the Father”, on the program “Air Force 1 Chapel of the Air." 9:15 am., WRC-4 “Some Young People's Thoughts on Religion" on the program "How Christian Science Heals.” 9:30 am., WMAL-7—“Prob lems of American Marriages” will be discussed on the pro gram “This We Believe.” 9:30 am.. WTOP-9—Rabbi Samuel Scolnic, of Beth El of Montgomery County, and Rab-i bi Balfour Brickner, of Temple | Sinai, will discuss the mutual responsibilities of citizens and their governments on the “Jew ish Community Hour." 9:40 am.. WTTG-s—“Today in Your Life” with the Rev. George M. Docherty of New York Avenue Presbyterian Church. 10 am., WRC-4—“The Mass for Shut Ins,” oelebrated by the Rev. William P. Anderson, director of the Catholic Tele vision Guild of Washington. 11:30 am., WTTG-5 A film, “Yeshiva University.” will be shown on “The Jewish Hour.” 1:30 pm.. WRC-4—The Rev. John Courtney Murray, S.J., a professor at Woodstock Col lege, will discuss “Catholic'Re flections on America.” 1 a.m., WRC-4 “Inspira tion,” with the Rev. Virgil Low der, executive secretary of the National Capital Area Council of Churches. Ft. Meade Doctor 1 To Join Medico For Asian Work A Silver Spring doctor has decided to leave his job at ' Fort Meade’s hospital to set 1 up operating rooms for the ( MEDICO organization in Asia. ■ Dr. John P. Bergstrom, a ' plastic surgeon, of 8103 East- ’ em avenue, is in New York on 1 the first part of his journey. He i will spend two months working in Haiti and return to Fort Meade for several months be fore going to Asia. Most of Dr. Bergstrom's time in Asia will be spent in Viet nam and Afghanistan, but he also will serve in Jordan and with Dr. Albert Schweitzer, honorary president of MEDICO, in Gabon, Africa. Besides preparing operating rooms. Dr. Bergstrom will treat persons with congenital facial! OkotfafcibO I want to meet you this Sunday on • • • WPGC ISBO KC on your dial 8:30-9:00 a.m. THE EVENING STAR Wosbington, D. C. Saturday, January 14, 1961 II Radio 8 am., WOOK Bishop Smallwood E. Williams will i speak on the Bible Way Church broadcast. 9 a.m„ WDON and WASW FM The Rev. Walter W. , Kirk speaks on the Wheaton .Bible Church Hour. 1 11 am., WAVA “Sunday Churchcast,” with Dr. George i Amos, of Community Method i Ist Church. ' 11 a.m . WFAN-FM The Rev. 8. Lewis Morgan speaks • during Petworth-Montgomery ’ Hills Baptist Church service. 11 am., WFAX—The Rev. A. W. Jackson speaks during i Cherrydale Baptist Church I ; service. I 2:30 pm., WPIK—The Rev. <John Talvarides, dean of St. I Sophia Greek Orthodox Cathe- I dral, speaks on the “St. Sophia Hellenic Orthodox Hour.” 8:15 pm.„ WWDC—The Rev. ’ Herbert Stein-Schneider, of the French Protestant Congrega ' tion, moderates the interview i program, "Men of Faith.” 9 p.ih., WMAL—"A Nation i in Prison.” with District Cath olic prison chaplains interview- , ing Juvenile Court Judge Orm Ketcham on "Causes and Cures of Juvenile Delinquency.” 9:45 pm.. WMAL—Miss Lisa I'Sergio conducts the interview i program “In the Balances.” 9:45 pm., WOOK and . WFAN-FM “The Faith of . Millions.” Catholic program, • with a discussion of "The D. C. • Teachers College Newman Club and the African Seminar.” 10 p.m., WMAL "Hour of • Power,” from the Central : Union Mission. I 1 am., WRC—“lnspiration,” same as above. deformities in the countries he visits. After spending a year in Asia, he plans to work with! MEDICO among the highland! Indians of Peru. Dr. Bergstrom, a bachelor, was bom in Stockholm, went to medical school in Paris and served as an intern at the old Emergency Hospital here. In 1955-7 he served in the Army, then studied plastic surgery at Baylor University. He has been at Fort Meade for a year. UNITY UNITY CENTER OF CHRISTIANITY AHL With Unity, Lea's Summit. Mu. Sundoy Service, 11 a.m. Barker Hall, YWCA, nth A K N.W. Dr. Ann Sandefpr, Minister “THE NEW BIRTH 10:30 am.—Sunday School Center Quarters. 601 13th fit. N.W. Open Dally. 10:00 a.m. to 1;OO p.m. ME. H-HOOfl Healinp Service, Thurs., 12:30 p.m. Big Change Expected In Missionaries 7 Status By GEORGE W. CORNELL Associated Press Religion Writer Christian missionaries, who for 100 years have heard the call of the Congo, are out or getting out. Whether they’ll ever go back, on the same basis, seemed doubtful. There cause will continue in Congolese hands, but there are signs of the end of an era. "It’s certain# a tcrning point,” said the Rev. Theodore L. Tucker, a veteran African mis sionary and now head of the Africa Committee of the Di vision of Foreign Missions of the National Council of Churches. “Just what will happen, eventually, remains to be seen. But obviously there will be con siderable differences after this tremendous mass exodus.” Most of the 1,200 American missionaries in the Congo have quit the tumult-ridden region, including many who until this week thought they could stick it out. “We don’t know how scon or under what conditions mis sionaries can return,” said Dr. Dana M. Albaugh, overseas di rector for the American Baptist Foreign Mission Societies. “We anticipate going back, but it probably won’t be on the same footing.” With stations outside the Congo’s borders overcrowded with refugees, he said, most of the missionaries probably will come home. U. S. Baptists First American Baptists were the first to send missionaries to the Congo from this country —in 1878. They followed a spiritual trail blazed into a wild, track less region a century ago by the famed medical mlsisonary, Dr. David Livingstone. Since then, the missionaries have built hospitals and clinics, improved food-growing and water systems, dotted the land with mission stations and schools—virtually the only edu cational system tn the country. Behind them, the missionaries leave institutions with a total FORCIY MEMORIAL CHURCH | (romerle National Tabernacle) FORCEY ■ MEMORIAL CHURCH (Non-Socterian) 6440 Piney Branch Rd. N.W. RAYMOND I. BIFUS Pastor A Siudiy Sirvlcsi 9:45 o.m.—Bible School 11 :00 o.m. “THE FELLOWSHIP OF FAITH" 7:30 p.m. "CHRONOLOGY OF HIS COMING” Pastor Speaking | Wednesday Ivo., 7:30 p.m. Praise end Prayer Service BAPTIST BAPTIST BAPTIST " NORTHWEST NORTHEAST SOUTHEAST LUTHER RICE memorial METROPOUTAN Jltttninilitttttfct Anpunp 5301 North Capitol Street ot Riggs Rood 6th and A Streets N.I. > [PJ UlHUjl UCUIICI sIMHuIUV oar . c j HOLT, Petter dr, WALTER A. PEGG, Porter 'r(' Ah V- Pennsylvania Avenue and 30th Street S.E. 9.45 a.m—Sunday Schoo!, All Afles 6:ls|p.mi —Training Union j o h„ Cochron, Minister of Youth k Dr. ■>«"••» Longley, Minister 7 ,. n or rusitTi.u u.tiibitv" Joh " KBoirtr °. Min. of Music ?M!IP B Mr - Do " Minister of Education and Youth 7.30 p.m— THE MARKS OF CHRISTIAN MATURITY 9:30 o.m—Sunday School fWE » Bl!fii3i,iffi 9:30 o.m—Sundoy School 16:45 o.m. jpW 11:00 am. and 7:30 p.m.—Worship Services *■ "THE HOPE OF THE CHURCH" 6:15 p.m—Training Union Natimtal Baptist Abmnrtal Dedicated »y American Southent Baptists WEDNESDAY, 8.00 p.m.—Midweek Service Sunday School. 9:45 am. S.T.P., 8:18 p.m.WED„B:OO p.m, , Memorial to KeUeimu Libert, (Nur,er, at All Service,) MARYLAND 16th Street end Columbio Rood N.W. mm'raAsAe aue i"Z7k TT7 c7 — d e " MAKTLANP M.ocrlef Jord... Amt Mtaiste? ’ ChT.de a!’Kuls. Minister t MaonUea BROOKLAND Church ‘ SILVER SPRING 9:40 o.m.—Bible School Rev. John W. Himes, Pastor Rev. Robert D. Hight, Min. of Youth rev. frank k. brasington. d.d.. Poster IlOn nm ’'ttiuusun AND CAMniirr •• rv Ck-_- 9:30 a.m.—Sundoy School Nursery, Morning and Evening REV - c - R .FERGUStHt. Asot. Minister DAVID LEE. Min. ot Education H.UO o.m. COMMAND AND CONDUCT, Dr. Shane 11:00 am"WHAT IS MAN?" Worship Services, 11:00 o.m. and 7:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m.—"GOING BEYOND DECENCY" 5:30 p.m.—Supper’Fellowship 7:45 p.m.—Training Fellowship 9:30 o m.—Sundoy School 6:1 5 p.m.—Training Union Thursday, 6:30 Church Business Meeting and Dinner Wodnraday, 7:30 p.m—Prayer Fellowship 7Ftrst Irtntint Tsssjsr tUarulatiii Aurmir central 5412 Annapolis Rd., Bladensburg I wuu« L p»HH* I'* 1 '* on d ar y!° n d Ave. N.E. W. A. EMMANS, Poster #:3*o a.m.—Bunday School * * 6:15 p m—THUnlns* Union* Sixteenth ond O Streets N.W. william Fartrida. g 30 o rn _ Church s choo | 6:45 p m—Training Union 11:00 • m 7X°. r J& lp Bervlce * On. 0/ M«i .nd ] ] ;00 0 m Qnd 7:1 5 p m .-Worship- ( New Time Evening Serv.cel M«tln, AL " r *. P Elemen?. A r? E Bchool 9:00 ond 11:00 o.m.— ESSENTIAL QUALITIES PREACH THE OLD-FASHIONED GOSPEL" Bunday school. 9:30 a m Worship, io:5» am. Nurwrv Durin. aii’bmvicm 11:00 • m — chureh a«ho®i p.rkm, Bible Messoges ond Inspiring Music ot All Services . ~,, .. • , Nursery Dunns All B.rvlc.. Amyl, Parkin, Wodnesdoy, 8:00 p.m.-Midweek Proyer Service 5144 Mdssachusette Avenue (Eahkiry baptist (Eliurrtj „ ” UT « M O 77 s.w. Eiqhth ond H Strcoti N VY TIIXT porter h Harrison Pnator o.m.— A CHRISTIAN’S CHRISTIAN," Mr. Fred B. Rhodes Eignrn ana h _ m porter h. harrison, Pastor 7:30 -..fiRST century Christianity," Mr. Rhodes Dr. Clarence W. Cranford, Minister 9;45 0 m —s undoy School MT 7IfEN "the church in the DPTUCCnA Chester H. Jones, Assoc. Minieter; Rev. Edwin L. McClain, Min. of Ed. 11 :00 o.m.—"THE CHURCH AND GOD’S WORD" mI . &IVIW WILDWOOD" R>t I fltsUM Frank A. H.berl.in Min of Music Thoma. Mo„, Organist 6:30 p.m.-Troining Union S’H^.^^X'scTo’o’r 1 " ««««<— 10:00 a.m.—Church School 6:00 p.m.— Groups for All Ages 7:30 pm.—"SPIRITUAL INSIDE" ’ Bun . < 2* s !. Wonhip, 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. 9 00 ond 11:15 o.m.—Morning Worship, Dr. Cranford VISITORS WELCOME “A? Mn’&TalJfirt’S'iSfc- 10:00 o.m. ond 7:00 p.m.—Services for the Deaf oi... —j n. j « •j • uj 7:45 smk., 0.. Cn.fart SOUTHEAST TRINITY KTs' WUIS’KS,- “ I ▲ 4* A671 Westent Avenwe Carolina Ave. (of Pa. Ave.) 1O:OO am.—Sunday School at the Church CHEVY CHASE VMaTP MARTIN F. CLOUGH, Th.D., Poster 6:30 p!m —'na'lnlnit , 'un!on kT,O?< Banana .. G.M.. Neater .r 9:30 o m.-Bible School 6:15 p.m._B.T.U. ' 3O 9:45 a m —Blbl. School. All Asaa 11:00 O.m. —STUDIES IN THE BOOK OF ESTHER, Chapter 6 CEnflßin DBDTICT 3515 Camnua Dr Hvateavill. MJ II no am-“GOD bless the nation.- Dr. Archibald 7:30 p m —"PRAISE UNTO GOD" OCuUND BArTIST T P S A' Md. 8:00 p.m.—Youth P.llo-ahtp Dr. Clough, Preoch.ng ot Both Services WfeWllßf HHT Rev. J. Roy Gorrott, Portor Wednesdoy, 8:06 p m.—Praise ond Prayer Service c . c . minister of Education jp-ut WnalrrnntrTH tfioirthfer n °"" fer A " s,l>ic " P:3O a m.—Sunday School A ’ n, «‘T5 p.m.-Trsinin, union W tlSlJtttQlUn UNIVERSITY BOULEVARD Frederick G. Nieholt. U Branch Alabama Avenues s’e. 8 m Nursery Open at All Services Dr. John D. Cave, Pastor Sunday Evenins. 7:00 Wednesday Evenins. ?:S0 (Ldkllttta Hark 53 Piney Branch Rood and 11 :00 o.m—"THE UNPARDONABLE SIN" K.EIVSIWGTOIV VUhUUia jiiaih, JJ.V,. Aspen St. N.W. 7:30 p.m—"PAGANISM GOES TO CHURCH" 9:4,1a.m.-Bundsy School 8 48 p m—Tralnln, Union Ministers: William L. Scurlock, James V. Cartwright, Jr. Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.—Family Night Supper—Speakers: —a m . orn ng orshin S:Qi>pm.—Evenins worship 9:00 and 11:15 o.m—"WHAT DO WE OWE TO CAESAR?" Rev. Fred Horton, Missionary Speaker SUITLAND First Baptist Rev. Scurlock Rev. John Holt, Mr. Lawrence Caszza ?* 10:00 a m—Church School 6:30 p.m—Training Union TCIIDI E Uli I Q 4783 St. Barnabas Rd S E Tl^ , J O nF , v"wn , J , 7:45 P Ah~ l . ns,all ° ,lon of ~U e n ' Or Diaconof » TEMPLE HILLS JAMES ROBERT SUTTIE, Pastor °,*> 0 n » ™ —BundS/schoil H,LL,A1 * w - « t ®NNETT. p A 2 troctlve ot AII Slices Pastor Preoching 0 on First Corinthlons r. on n m m 'Nur, P ery ■yn FOURTEENTH st AT cotOßAnn AV« K W 1 0:45 o.m—"WHERE'S YOUR LICENSE," I Corinithians 8, 9 WHEATON First Baptist fflPthrttllT MENTER P GERMAN M° 730 P ™ “"AVOIDING DETOURS," I Corinthians 10, 11 looic Crri. A„„u. .» vier. Mln Read, silver Sarins. M< UVIJjaiUJ HENB¥ r An Old Fashioned Rev.val Hour with o Concert o f Gospel Music u „ d B BE H\ w ?rar^r S .eX? , S I ?Xrt;tF.*„‘‘ 0 E r d.e.tl.n 11.00 a.»._-WHA :4 £IFTLoSrAs S Vl2?VoB.’’ Mr. German FOUNTAIN MEMORIAL "V ”7'°' IV’ ° U ; “ " 48 : 2?h.%?-“ W,MT 18 * CH S , «.£ H tS7 Union 7:45 om.-'IHE PART THAT HANGS OVER." Mr. German IMUltinill IVILIIIUIIinL R tv . Joiaph Stover, Poator 7:.3?> p m —••NOT FOGIVEN AT ALL" g,n 8:15 °c d H o:s c°i, a T—" TH! PLA “ CAUE ? HELL ",, . NORTM S I n F 9924 R " ODE ISLAND AVE., Md. 9:30 o.m—Sunday School 6:15 p.m—Training Union HUB I IIOIIIC Dr C J Sheet, (WA T.R9521 TF Wf DT S’ 3850 Nebraska Ave. N.W. f k rn 'V 1 H A I R T^ E " C *LLETH THEE" 9:45 a.m.. 8.811 am.. Worship: 630 pm, YPF: Wed PMat 8 Ci I*l r u £i Dr Malvina W r.nm. ,U|lT Germicidal Lamp Equipped Nursery All Service, wen., rm q.□<! - c j el, i 'inxe ’ « UWP ’ Po,fo Wednesday, 8:00 p.m.—Proyer Meeting VIRGINIA 9.30 a m.—Sunday School 10:45 a.m.—Organ Prelude —— ». - 1 ———■ ———■ —— 11:00 o.m—"DISHONORING CHRIST" IfFKIHAI I BRANCH AND SOUTHERN AVES. S.E. CLARENDON Wll,o, k"W .*L N "W»" d Va. 7:00 p.m—"CHRISTIAN MATURITY" IxEINUALL DR. J. WALTER CARPENTER, Pastor rn'iTsihool 9-30 . m MoVnin,” worship n ooTm A Church Noted For 1,3 Friendly Pe °P lt 9:30 •* INFLUENCE OF A Unl ° n m * EV '"‘ n ' W °& s •"* Rt ’ Bev henry miles. P.u.r » 5 --the influence ot a christ-iike life- IBFUAIIIgI MEMORIAL h.iI’.x. - -V Ml1 ” Prt ‘ chl,w “ BOth Bervlc " CONGRESS HEIGHTS a“IiNWL°N REV * PAUL J - HARRELL, Minister REDEEMER ITALIAN BAPTKT rmiDCU q.«e m <• H Ck i <on A * LI ;’ COLN .? MITH ' HAROLD L. GORE, Associate Minister linn sr ko' u w CHURCH 9.45 o.m—Sundoy School , 6 :3 0 PJ".— Baptist Training Union 11 :00 o.m—Morning Worship, Rev. Horrell 1200 K|,8 V R «"d N.W. Carnor Now York Avanue 830 ond 11 00 o.m READY FOR CHRISTS RETURN" 8:00 p m—"MISSIONS IN MEXICO," Rev Horrell Blbl. School a ssVX’ . J :45 P I ?*~j Ti H A < ’, y e Lond 9:45 o.m—Sunday School 6:45 p.m—Training Union Blbl. School, ft. 45 a m.. Worship. 11 am.; 8.T.U.. 8.30 p.m.; Thar... e p.m.Nursery Provided for All Services (Nur,cry Provided for Children) valuation estimated at more than 825 million many of them now at least partially unmanned. Also remaining is a harvest of about 6 million Christians in a population of 13.5 million. Up to Africans For an indefinite time, it’ll be up to them to carry on. “We feel they can do it for the time being,” Dr. Albaugh said. “They’re a capable, dedi cated group. Ever since World War 11, we’ve been preparing them for the time when we might have to face just such a day as this.” Increasingly, missionaries have brought Africans into church leadership—but the job was only partly done. “We’ve worked consistently toward this goal,” Mr. Tucker said. “But as events show, we haven’t moved nearly fast enough." Overnight, ready or not, the whole responsibility has shifted. "There’s no way of telling just what will happen,” Mr. Tucker said. “Some Congo lese who worked with the mis sionaries have been threatened. But certainly they’ll try to look after the work as best they can.” The whole situation has been BAPTIST HUNDRED MILLION AMERICANS KILLED! Front Poge Editorials forecast in coming Atomic Wor. Should we toke our Military Experts forecast seriously? Billions of dollars are being spent for weapons and defense, but what about our Spiritual Preparation? The Bible says "It is Appointed Unto Man Onca to Dio and After Thia The Judgment" (Hebrews 9:27). Our scientists say we ore prepared but if you died todoy where would your soul go for eternity? There would be no last minute calls for priest or preacher, no deathbed repentance. Jesus Christ soM "If You Die In Your Sins You Will Bo Lost Forever" (John 8:21). The Bible states further "Knew Ye Not That The Unrighteous Shall Not Inherit The King dom of God. Be Not Deceived: Neither fornicators nor idolater nor adulterers ner effeminate nor abuoers of themselves with man kind nor thieves nor covetous nor drunkards nor revilers ner ex tortioners Shall Inherit The Kingdom of God" (First Corinthions 6:9-10). Are You Prepared to Meet God? You are invited to hear two scriptural messages on this subject that will help you to soy yes. SUNDAY, 11 :00 am. "AMERICA PREPARE TO MEET THY GOD" 7:15 p.m. "REPENT OR PERISH" GLEN ECHO BAPTIST CHURCH VASSAR CIRCLE, GLEN ECHO, MARYLAND Sundoy School, 9:30 o.m. Baptist Training Union, 6:00 p.m. REVEREND DAVID L. COLE, Pastor Send tor free booklet,. This amaiing mestogo written by a Jew hot brought 1 the knowledge of solvation to thousand, of Catholic, ond Protestant,. in tunnoil, with some male missionaries seeking for a time to stay at their posts, while wives and children left. But nearly all the men are now out, too, Mr. Tucker said—or soon will be. Befriended by Christians No missionary deaths or seri ous injuries have been report ed, but some missionaries were roughed up. Congolese Chris tians, regretting the forced de parture of the missionaries, have helped them, offered to defend them if they stayed. But they noted: "If you’re not here, we won’t have to de fend you.” Dr. Eugene Smith, head of the Methodist Foreign Missions Board said: "In many cases, our missionaries have left sim ply to protect the Congolese Christians from having to stand up against the maraud ers.” What future do missionaries have in the Congo? “It all depends on how things go,” Mr. Tucker said. When order is restored, he said, there may eventually be room for foreign missionaries in advisory or assistant capac- SELF-REVEUTION CHURCH Bfck S wam * Premananda of India Sunday, 11 o.m. z * "DIVINITY J of soul" ' Bunday School BBMr . : Al*o at 11 a.m. GOLDIN LOTUS TIMFLX Fhlteuphy A Teia, W«C., 8 a.te. (Non-Seclarlan Church) Wertern Ave. Near 49th St. N.W. IN-2 Bue to Cheeapeake 8c 49th Ste 1 John B. Wlleon. Gaeet Oreanlct ALL ABE WELCOME Hear Bvaml each Thun.. B:4S p m. Radio Statloa WABH-FM. 97.1 Me. ities, with Congolese in leader ship—which was the ultimate objective anyway. “Everything will be changed a great deal,” Dr. Smith said. “But we’ll go back, in service to the Congo people, and do more wonderful things than ever.” Elect Native Leaders Already, Methodist Congolese elect their own bishops, have native district superintendents. Other groups ;have similar ar rangements. Already, a native " CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN Washington City Chnrch of the Brethren Fourth Street and North Carolina Ave. S.E. 9-45 a.m—Church School (Nursery Facilities), Worship, Horn "THE CHURCH SAFE IN BONDAGE," Rev. Romsey 6:30 p.m.—Mission Study GOOD SHEPHERD 9 48 annd>v *’ •'AMAR GIBBI.E. Mlnllter ».4® a.m.—Sunday School 11:00 a.mWonhip CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES 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, January 15, 1961 LIFE Golden Text: I John 5:11. Thia is the record, that God hath given to ns eternal life, and this life is in his Son. CHURCHES WASHINGTON, D. C. VIRGINIA FIRST CHURCH ALEXANDRIA—Fint Church Columbia Rd. & Euclid St. N.W. 1709 Russell Rood urrnKin rwnorw ARLINGTON—First Church S CHURCH 6843 Utt(e Ffl | ls Rood 3160 Pennsylvania Ave. S.E. ARLINGTON—Second Church THIRD CHURCH 3101 Arlington Blvd, ot 13th and L Sts. N.W. N. Highland St. F °3SOs" W SAI. 3505 16th St. N.W. MT VERNON—Svciety FIFTH CHURCH Hollin Hills School, Alex. 1238 31st St. N.W. MARYLAND SIXTH CHURCH CHEVY CHASE—First Church 4441 Wis. Ave. N.W., Sun. . rk 5301 Wis. Ave. N.W., Wed. Church SEVENTH CHURCH SILVER Church 22nd & Rhode Island Ave. N.E. Georgia Ave. and Highland Dr. HOURS OF SERVICE Sunday Morning Service* ond Sundoy School ot 11. First Church, Hyattsville also at 9:30; First Church, Chevy Chase; First Church, Alexandria, and First Church, Arlington, Services ond Sundoy School also ot 9:30. Sundoy Evening Services First Church, Wash ington, ot 8; Third and Fourth Churches at 5. Wednesday evening meetings at 8 include Testimonies of Heoling, First Church, Arling ton; First Church, Fairfax, and First Church, Hyattsville, at 8:15. READING ROOMS WASHINGTON, D. C. VIRGINIA 1532 Connecticut Ave. N.W. Alexandria, 110 N. Asaph St. 3160 Pennsylvania Ave. S.E. Falls Church, 123 N. Little 615 15th St. N.W. Arlington, 3150 Wilson Blvd. 1405 Pork Road N.W. Room 200. (Riggs Bonk Bldg.) Fairfax, Town Library Bldg. 2315 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. MARYLAND 4626 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. Bethesda, 7239 Wis. Ave. 1601 Eye St. N.W. Hyattsville, 4333 Gallatin St. (Christian Science Bldg.) Silver Spring, 8484 Fenton St. AU Are Cordially Invited to Attend the Service, and to Pi,it the Reading Rooms Radio Programs—Sunday: WBAL, 8:45 0.m., WDON-AM ond WASH-FM 9:15 0.m., Friday, WRC, 6 o.m. Television Program, Sunday, WRC-TV, 9:15 a.m. minister, the Rev. Pierre Shaumba, trained at Paine College, Ga., heada the Congo Protestant Council, co-ordinat ing work of many missions. But his American collegues are gone. Most American Congo missionaries were Protestants. Os the largest group, 173 mis sionaries of the Presbyterian Church in the United States (Southern)none remain in tfae Congo. Os the 134 Methodists, all but seven men have left. Os the 90 American Baptists, only four > officials remain in Leopoldville. ! at last reporta staying for * safety in the United Statea Em bassy. » UNITARIAN “W'hiltt you honor antiquity, ( you must remember that in re- I ligion a, in all things, progress is the law and happiness of the race.” William Ellery Channing i . ALL SOULS \ CHURCH J>_ M Sixteenth and S H °r*nfd Sts. 'Q My/ N.W. Ministers: kßirWi Duncan rXO' Howlett, D.D. *Jomes J. Gaab 11 :00 o.m.—Morning Worship Second of Three Sermons by Dr. Duncon Howlett "NEW MEANING IN RITUAL AND MYTH" Religion and the Uncanacious 9:4S a m —-School ol ReUalon Problem. Peru. „ ‘■eClc.l Care for the 8 Spector, Senate Bub-Com. mittee on Problems ot the Aaed Comparative Rellalaa Claaa "New Lama. t ar OM” Julia Tates Chandler Author and Lecturer Parking lot exit ot 15th. end ot Fuller St. N.W. UNITARIAN CHURCH OF ARLIHOTOH - *ll* Arlington Boulevard Bev. Edward B. Bedman. Minieter 9:15 and 11:15 a.m. Worship Service "WHAT UNITES US" (Ist of Series of Sermons on Religion's New Frontiers) 9:00 ond 11 :00 o.m. School of Religion DAVIES MEMORIAL UNITARIAN CHURCH Meeting at Dnpont Park Chareh 39M Maa*. Ave. B.E REV. JAMES E. WILKES. Minister C. H. Meacham. Quest Speaker "REINCARNATION: DELUSION OR DESTINT** UHITARIAH CHURCH or MoerooMEßT court* 9681 Cedar Lane, Bethesda Sermon by Dr. Wm. Hollister 9 am,, 11 o.m. and 1 p.m. RIVER ROAD UNITARIAN CHURCH Radnor Elementarr Reheat Service and School. 10:30 am. Guest Speaker: J. Donald Johnston “THE L'NHBLT GHOST" PAIHT BRAHCH UNITARIAN CHURCH Bulldlna EE. C. ot Md. Campus DAVID P. OSBORN, Minister 11:00 o.m.—Guest Speaker: Douglas B. Sands Executive Secretory, Maryland Commission on Interracial Problems ond Relations 10 o.m.—Adult Study Group 11 o.m.—School of Religion MT. VERNON UNITARIAN 127 S Furl Hunt Bd.. Aleiundria Service, 11 :00 o.m. SOuth 5-5849 UNITARIAN CHURCH OF ROCKVILLE West Rockrille Elementary School REV ROBERT M. DOSS. Minister "EMOTIONS rs. EMOTIONALISM IN RELIGION" | School, 10:40 Service. 10:4S A.m. FAIRFAX UNITARIAN CHURCH Oakton Elementary Scheel ■sate 123 Budalph W. Nem.er. Minister "Dilemmas of Modern Mani Tha Shattering of Ideah" VNITABIAN GBOUPS AKE ACTIVE ALSO IN ANNAPOLIS. HAGERSTOWN. SALISBURT. MARYLAND AND I FREDERICKSBURG. VA.