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Religious News ■■MB*- ■■■■ *' ' d ~ ; - I x L X ~jl ■x i X^-rv.• <L * .<Sgffl|sss*: fB iilKtf lUHbteK iOlmii ■? US ■■* is» BS if *< afe' -< JBWwJRH SBI w* wIF■! * HUMH’ avl BAPTIST CHURCH DEDICATION Members of the Seabrook (Md.) Baptist Church will attend a dedication service for their new $125,000 sanctuary and educational building at 3 p.m. tomorrow at Seabrook road and Dubarry avenue. Dr. Roy D. Graham, executive secretary of the Maryland Baptist Convention, will speak. The Rev. Luther W. Mercer is pastor of the 300 member church, organized in 1955.—Star Staff Photo. Church Teaches Youths To Live With Others The Inner City Project doesn’t want to be known just as a youth activity center, but it doesn’t want to be known as < Bible school, either. “What we’re trying to do is to-teach kids how to live with Other people,” said the Rev. Jack McClendon, associate min ister and head of the project at New York Avenue Presby terian Church. I The program combines Chris tian growth in a club and rec tea tion program. Founded in 1956 under the sponsorship of the. Council of Churches, it in cludes centers at eight inner City churches. Fifty to 75 teen-agers come three nights a week to the New 1 York Avenue Church, a typical 1 ORGANIZED BIBLE CLASSES BARBER C. PALMER, PRESIDENT By HOWARD STACKHOUSE ■ Contributing Writer ! International Sunday School lesson for tomorrow: “Re demption: Man’s Response," Acts xvi, 25-34. Mrs. Roy K. Easter will discuss “The Post Apostolic Age” before the Trinity Women’s Bible Class of Sherwood Presby terian Church at 9:30 am. tomorrow. J The Harriet T. Lipp Bible Methodist Church will be taught at 9:30 a. m. tomorrow by Mrs. Harry W. Burgan. The Trilla B. Young Bible Class of Western Presbyterian Church is celebrating its 42nd Anniversary this month. Miss Rachel Mayo, associate teacher, will present the lesson at 9:45 *. m. tomorrow. * The Fellowship Class of Chevy £hase Methodist Church will meet at 11 a. m. tomorrow in the Fellowship Hall. Nathan Roberts will speak on "Chris tian Images of Man.” Mrs. Mil dred Townsend will lead the devotions. ■ The Sunday School Hour at Central Union Mission tomor row at 8:15 a. m. will be under the leadership of the Friend ship Bible Class of Calvary Baptist Church. Robert R. Cole tian will lead the devotions and Mrs. Jeanne Edmunds will be the soloist, accompanied by Miss Marie Brink. Stephen O. Jidmunds, will present the les son. • J The Wesley Fellowship Class Os McKendree Methodist Church will hold its November meeting at the residence of Mr. And Mrs. Calvert Rice, 607 Hamilton street, N. E. at 8 p. m., Tuesday. • . Dr. Carl Simon, assistant su perintendent of the National Lutheran Home, will speak to the Young Peoples and Adult assembly of Keller Memorial Lutheran Church, Ninth and Maryland avenue, N. E. at 9:30 A. m. tomorrow. • The Harrison Bible Class for Men of St. Luke’s Methodist Church will meet at 9:45 a. m. tomorrow with Willis Bishop presenting the lesson. Carl Eamrick, first vice president, ill preside and Maury Hamp ton will read the scripture les ion. ■ William E. Harward, sr, de nominational vice president of the Organized Bible Class Asso ciation, will be the guest teach er of the Florence M. Brown Class of Calvary Baptist Church at 10 a. m. tomorrow. Miss Margaret E. Ringrose, chairman of the Awards Com mittee of the 0.8.C.A., will be the guest teacher of the Bur t : THEOSOPHY Theosophical Society 726 11th Street N.W. Sonday. 3:30 p.m. “LIFE ON THE OTHER SIDE” (Death's Disillusion) Wednesday, Noy. 28, 6:45 pm. “HUMANITY'S ORIGIN” Public Invited , Library Open Before and After Public Meetings ASSEMBLIES OF GOD Arlington Assembly of God North Pershing Drive and 2nd Street N. Arlington, Vo. Bunday School. 9:45 a m. Worahlp. 11:00 a m. and 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, 7:45 p.m.—Midweek Service CLAUDE QUALLS. Pastor. JA. 4-4464 THE EVENING STAR Washington, D. C-, Saturday, November 24, 1962 ; center. Activities there include the usual "youth center” ac tivities, such as crafts, exercise ’ and shopwork. However, they also include “Christian charac j ter sessions.” Dropout Problem “We don’t preach to them,” Dr. McClendon says. “We bring in Christianity indirectly. We talk about school dropouts and cheating.” School dropouts, he said, are a problem in the church’s neighborhood. "We try to make the kids realize that unless they stay in school, they will not make an economic place in the community." Another part of the Christian character program is counseling members in trouble with the e Class for Women of Hamline rail Bible Class for business and : professional at 10 a. m. tomor- i I row. i. I 1 Brooks Hays, associate teach er of the Vaughn Bible Class! for Men will present the les son at 10 a. m. tomorrow. The regular monthly meeting of the j executive committee of the Vaughn Class will be held on Monday at 8 p. m. at the resi dence of the Rev. Thomas O. 'Jones, 3128 Ninth street, N.J ’ Arlington, Va. Miss Carol Arnold, a mem ber of the committees on Church Drama and Music, will j speak to the Rustin Couples Class of the Mount Vernon Place Methodist Church on "God in the World.” Mrs. Car adine Hooton wil’ present the lesson to the Esthnaoruth Class. The monthly business meeting of the Rainbow Bible Class, will be held December 1 at 2:30 p. m. in the classroom. Miss Rebecca Dial will discuss "Our Own Divinity” before the Forum group. "The Messiah Is Crucified” will be the subject 1 of Mrs. Lucy Alston's presenta tion before the All States Bible and Fellowship Class. All Adult : Classes at Mount Vernon meet at 10 a. m. tomorrow. ASSEMBLIES of god ;!| FULL GOSPEL CHURCH I 915 Massachusetts Ave. N.W. & [ McARTHLR JOLLAY. Pastor | I 1 SUNDAY 11 :00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. I J. E. WILDERMAN I SANTA BARBARA, CALIF, g MINISTERING HI I I I I Learn More About Apostolic Christianity in Action SERVICES CONTINUE TUES., WED. & THURS. I 7:45 P.M. REV. WILDERMAN MINISTERING law. Larry Lewis, a white grad uate student at Howard Univer sity. has done much of this work. “From time to time there will be some members who have been picked up by delinquency i authorities,” Dr. McClendon said. "We follow these kids through the legal processes. We assure the court, as representa tives of the church, that if the person is paroled we will be glad to step in and help.” Hostility Encountered One such youth, arrested for taking Joy rides in other peo ple’s cars, was counselled by Dr. McClendon once a week. “We talk about the hostility In volved in what he did,” he said. “We get at the root of it— what is it that he is fighting?” “The boy is a positive mem ber of the group now,” he con tinued. “He’s a leader in the center. The other members have a lot of respect for him,; not because of what he did. but because of the kind of per son he is now.” The Inner City Project di-; rectors, officials point out, are not “trying to foist the middle class role onto these people.” Many of the teen-age mem bers. they add, "would like to have the material advantages that the middle economic class enjoys ... we try to raise the aspirations of those who attend the project, but do so in away as to encourage each person to be at his best in the situation in which he intends to live. "If Christian education is left out (of the project), and clubs and activities are the total pro gram, then we are merely dup licating what many other agen cies offer.” Wash. Chapel Disciple at Christ WASHINGTON CHAPEL DISCIPLE OF CHRIST »ll 4th St.. N.W. A. F. HARRIS. Pastor Branch of Mother Church _ Goldsboro Institute. N C. MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM. CHRISTIAN CHURCHES DISCIPLES THE NATIONAL CITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH AT THOMAS CIRCLE THE NATIONAL CHURCH OF THE DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Minister, DR. GEORGE R. DAVIS 9:00 and 11 :00 AM. “THE KEY TO WORLD SURVIVAL” DR. DAVIS PREACHING ATTEND CHURCH REGULARLY AND REMEMBER WHO YOU ARE! Church School for all ages—lo:oo A.M. ♦ * * * Young Adult and Youth Groups—6:oo P.M. FREE PARKING AT 15th STREET AND MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE SHEPHERD PARK 12th Street and Eastern Avenue N.W. David F. Boston, Minister Church School. 9:45 am. (Nursery for Children Provided) 11 am— Worship: "THE MAGNETISM OF CHRISTIANITY." Mr. Bolton Serving Northweit Washington and Suburban Maryland .fe Ninth Street Christian Church A YB 9th and D Streets N.E. iJaA * E - Mervin Martin, Minister 9:30 a.m.—Bible School '0:50 o.m. —Worship—Sermon: "WHEN FAITH MAKES BOLD" Buses ft and fl) at the Church NORTH CHEVY CHASE At Connecticut Ave. JOHN O. HUMBERT, Minister 9:45 a.m.—Church School (Nursery at All Services) 11:00 a.m. —Sermon: "WINNING TOMORROW'S VICTORIES TODAY” C.Y.F.—5:00 p.m. GEORGIA AVENUE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 13501 Georgia Avenue. Wheaton DAVID L. WATTERWORTH. Minister 9:45 a m.—Church School 11:00 a m.—Worship Service UNIVERSITY CHRISTIAN Near Prince Georges’piasa Hyattaville WENDELL R. TURNER. JR.. Minuter ^ OOl UT DAIKJIED 33rd St. and Banker Hill Road /Vi I • rAIHICR MARION B. BRINSON. Minister 9 30 a m —-Bible School 10:45 a m—“A DAY OF DECISIONS” BETHESDA 6050 Wisconsin Avenue, Chevy Chase, Md. W. Kenneth Hoover, Minister Bible School, 9:45 am. 11:00 a.m.—Worship Service—Sermon: "THE SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST” Nursery 6:00 p.m.—Jr. and Sr. High Youth Groups FIRST CHRISTIAN ALEXANDRIA 2723 King Street Charles H. Bayer. Minister Esra L. Dunnavant, Associate Minister 9:45 a m.—Church School—A Class for Every Age 8:40 and 11:00 a m—REVEREND RALPH PALMER, Guest Speaker 6:00 p m -Chi Rho and C.Y F WILSON BOULEVARD CHRISTIAN CHURCH Minister: GLENDALE BURTON 3850 WILSON BLVD.. ARL., VA. 9:45 am.—Church School Dial-A-Prayer. JA. 7-2213 11:00 a m.—“MEGATONS OR MANGER.” Mr. Burton First Chr<«tian—l2o Leesburg Pike rail* V niircn Falls Cbvrcn. Va. (Near Seven Corners) n JAMES CLAYTON PIPPIN. Minister 9 30 a m.—Church School: 10,45 a m —Worship (Nursery at All Services) ANTIOCH CHRISTIAN CHURCH TliPtttldf Beulah Road. Vienna. Virginia 4141 U Joseph E. Childress. Minister niK, - - 10:o(» a m —“A QUESTION THAT CONFRONTS US’’ Bible School, 9:45 a.m. C.Y F. and Chi Rho. 6:00 p.m. SUITLAND ADELBERT E. TISDALL. Minister 945 am—Church School 15 SWANN ROAD B.E. 11:00—Morning Worship /Nursery) ARLINGTON ers^in 9 Drive ot 946 m —Church School N. Highland Street 10:55 a.m.—Worship—Nursery E. T. CORNELIUS Interim Pastor •‘THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD’* Russians to Consecrate Church as Memorial The new $260,000 St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church will be consecrated as a National ■ War Memorial Shrine at 9 am. tomorrow at 3500 Massachusetts avenue N.W. The attractive structure, pat terned after a medieval Russian Orthodox Church, will be for mally dedicated next spring. The church will be conse ; crated as a memorial of the Russian Orthodox Church of America in honor of Orthodox members who lost their lives in World Wars I and n and in the Korean conflict. Participants in the ceremony will include Metropolitan Leonty, Primate of the Russian Orthodox Church of America; the Most Rev. Ireney, Archbis hop of Boston; the Most Rev. Guests Occupy Area Pulpits Ouest speakers will occupy the pulpits of several Washing | ton Area churches tomorrow. The Rev. Ralph T. Palmer, ; executive secretary of the de partment of missionary selec • tion and training. United ■ Christian Missionary Society, 5 Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ), will preach at the 1 8:40 and 11 am. services tn- > morrow in First Christian r Church, 2723 King street, Alex -1 andria, Va. > Unitarian Official ! Johnson, executive ’ secretary of the Unitarian ' Service Committee, will speak at the 9:15 and 11:15 am. services in the Unitarian Church of Arlington, 4444 Ar lington boulevard, Arlington, Va. The Rev. Bryant George, as sociate director of the depart ment of the urban church, Presbyterian Board of Na tional Missions, will occupy the pulpit at the 8:30 and 11:15 am. services in Sargent Me merial United Presbyterian Church, Grant and Fifty-first ! streets N.E. The Rev. Walter E. Fauntroy, minister of the New Bethel Baptist Church, Washington, will speak at the 11 a m. serv ice in Twinbrook Baptist Church, 1001 Twinbrook park ! way, Rockville, Md. Missionary Guest The Rev. John P. Galbraith, general secretary of the Com- ■ mittee on Foreign Missions, Or thodox Presbyterian Church, will preach at the 11 am. and 7:30 p.m. services in Knox Or thodox Presbyterian Church. Granville drive and Sutherland road. Silver Spring, Md. Dr. Philip R. Cousin, presi dent of Kittrell College, will speak at the 11 am. service in ’ Metropolitan A. M. E. Church, Fifteenth and M streets N.W. I * CHRISTADELPHIAN CHRISTAOELPHIAN ECCLESIA Highland and SOM St.. Arlington. Va. 8. 8. 10:00 am. Service. 11:00 am. Washington Christadalphian Chapel 1001 23rd Street S.F.. 8. 8. 10 a.m. Service 11 a m Wed.. 8:30 p.m. Public Invited Write For Free Home Study Bible Course s John, Archbishop of San Fran -1 cisco; the Right Rev. Kiprian, 1 Bishop of Washington, and the . Very Rev. Arkady Moyseyev, s pastor of St. Nicholas Church. Among the Washington area ■ church leaders expected to at -1 tend are the Right Rev. Angus ’ Dun, who recently retired as Episcopal Bishop of Washing ’ ton; Dr. Frederick E. Reissig, executive secretary of ’ the National Capital Area : Council of Churches; Dr. Ed -1 ward L. R. Elson, minister of ! National Prestbyterian Church, and the Very Rev. Francis B. ’ Sayre, Jr., dean of Washington ‘ Cathedral. Saint Nicholas Church, or ganized in 1930, had worshiped in several places before buying a structure in 1936 at 1768 Church street N.W. In 1951 the present site on Massachuetts avenue was acquired and in 1955 the basement of the church, upon which the present superstructure has been built, was completed. The congregation today has about 180 families. Father Moy seyev has been pastor of the ' church since 1951. ; Catholic Fund i Collection Request ■ A special collection for the , Development Funds of the Washington Archdiocese will be i taken in all Catholic churches . of the archdiocese tomorrow. The collection is being made at the request of the Most Rev. > Patrick A. O’Boyle, Archbishop ' of Washington. In a message from Rome, ‘ where he is attending the Ecu j menical Council, Archbishop O'Boyle said he is especially anxious to remove the $500,-; ’ 000 debt for constructing the new $2.5 million St. Ann’s In fant Home, Hyattsville, Md. Vesper Hour Music A vesper hour of sacred mu-1 sic will be presented at 7 pm. tomorrow in the Georgia Av enue Christian Church, 13501 Georgia avenue, Wheaton, Md. Pearl Watterworth, soprano, and Louis Glover, tenor, will sing. UNIVERSALIST Universalist National Memorial Church Corner 16th and 8 Streetß N.W. REV. SETH R. BROOKS. D.D.. Minister 10:00 am.—Adult Class 11:00 a m.—Church School and Worship "HOW CAN A PROTESTANT PICTURE THE CHURCH?" SUBUD WASHINGTON SUBUD CENTER NEW LOCATION: 2008 R ST. N.W., JUST WEST OF CONN. AVI. For Information, TE. 6-2913 OPEN MEETING SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 3:00 P.M. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN U. S. A. NORTHWEST 1795 IMS Historic lIU 1947 National sresbytrrian (Sljixrrlj CONNECTICUT AVENUE AND N STREET N.W Edward L. R. Elson Roderic L. Smith Thomas A. Stone 9:00 and 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship, Dr. Elsoff, Preaching "PAUL AND HIS KIN" "A Study in Discipleship and Temperament" Church School 10:45-12:10 Children; >O-10:45 Youth ond Adults Ample Parking—Nursery Core Use Bus Lines 40, 42 and L 2 7 p m,—Sunday Evening Club for Young Adults in the Church Hall Nw Auctui? JJrrsbytman 13th and New York Avenue N.W. Ministers: George M. Docherty Jack E. McClendon Stephen H. Pruning, Director of Music; Charlton Meyer, Organist 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.—Sunday School Classes for all Ages 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. —Worship: "WHY SHOULD I?" 6:00 p.m.—Young Adult Forum 8:00 p m —"THE MYSTERY THAT IS HISTORY" Dr. Docherty Preaching at all Services Fellowship Hour Following All Services Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.—Midweek Service DIAL-A-PRAYER, DI. 7-4341 SIXTH ’ <?th and Kennedy St. N.W. DON 9:30 a.m.—Church School jack e. henshaw 11 :00 c m.— "TAKE YE MY YOKE,” Mr. Henshaw 7:30 p.m.—Youth Groups Dial-A-Prayer, RA. 3-1811 S-2 Silver Spring Bus Stops at Door iX'nrthnrinsirr ALASKA AVENUES WILLIAM H. KEPLER. Mlnlater PAUL R. EVANS. Asst. Mlnlater DONALD L. MILLER, Minister ot Mnsir 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship Sermon: "WHO'S IN CHARGE HERE?" Rev. Paul R. Evans, Preaching 9:30 a.m.—Church School (Nursery During Worship Services) Georgetown Presbyterian Church 3115 P Street N.W. Founded 1780 The First Presbyterian Chureh In Washington. D. C. Ministers: Russell Cartwright Stroup. D.D.; Theodore Bachelor. B.D. William Watkins. Director of Music 9:45 and 11 :00 a.m.—Church School 11:00 a m— "MIGHTY AFFIRMATIONS," Dr. Stroup 5:00 p.m.—Vesper Service—Ann Hammond, Organist Nursery for Small Children During Worship Service GUNTON-TEMPLE 16th fr Newton Sts. N.W. Reverend Eric Lindsay Cowall, 8.A., 8.D., Minister 9:30 a m.—Church School 11:00 o.m,—Sermon: "SPIRITUAL MAGNETISM" CHEVY CHASE PRESBYTERIAN Chevy Chase Circle W. PAUL LUDWIG BRUCE F. MASE ROBERT C. CURRY 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship and Church School "WHEN GOD IS HIDDEN," Dr. Hollister 6:00 and 7:30 p.m.—Youth Groups 1906 H STREET N W. REV. C. STEWART McKENZIE, Minister 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School 11 :00 a.m.—Morning Worship Nursery During Service DIV F D ROAD ( **4 sth Vnd Fessenden) ■VI ▼fa IX IWMM johN T. SANDLUND, Minister 9 45 a m.—Sunday Bible School, All Ages 11:00 a m—“OVERCOMING THROUGH CHRIST” Wednesday. 6:30 p.m. Annual Congregational Meeting NORTHEAST Eastern Ave. and 22nd St. N.E. jntMYvUU Minister: Cecil Rhoades 9:30 am.—Church School. Adult Classes 10:30 0.m.— "1 HAVE LEARNED THE SECRET" I.’ ( ’ K I \ <’ T(I V North Capitol and Florida Ave. CVnI TU I .1 Rey Henry B Wood j ng< Minister 11 o.m Sermon: "WHATSOEVER HE DOETH SHALL PROSPER" SOUTHWEST WFCTMIIIKTCD 434 7,h Southwest wkq ■ niinu I tn rev. harry v. porter, minister 10:00 o.m.—Sunday School 7:30 p.m.—Youth Groups 11:00 a m —"THE ABIDING VIRTUES" SOUTHEAST CONGRESS HEIGHTS s<, “ th Canltol Street UVnUREW nciumj Rev. Rlchard B . Pa rsel. Minister 9:45 a m.—Church School (3 Years and Up) 11-00 a m—Worship and Church School (1 Through 11 Years) Short Drive from Glassmanor and Oxon Hill—Ample Parking Dean Sayre Is Speaker The Very Rev. Francis B. Sayre, jr„ Dean of Washington Cathedral, will preach at the 11 am. service tomorrow in the Cathedral. At 4 pm. the Washington Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys will present an all-musical Evensong service under the di rection of Dr. Paul Callaway, organist and choirmaster of the Cathedral. Holy Communion will be cel ebrated at 7:30 am. in St. Mary’s Chapel by Canon Wil liam G. Workman. Canon Charles Martin, headmaster of St. Albans School for Boys, will be celebrant and preacher for a holy communion service at & am. in Bethlehem Chapel. Oklahoma will be remem bered in the Cathedral’s tradi tional State day prayers at morning services. Oxon Hill Breaks Ground Tomorrow Oxon Hill Lutheran Church will break ground for a new sancturary at 6565 Brinkley road, Oxon Hill, at 3:30 pm. tomorrow. The Rev. William F. Brue ning, pastor of Christ Lutheran Church here and first vice president of the Southeastern District of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod, will preach at the service. The con gregation will go from its present church, 5735 Oxon Hill road, to the new site in a motorcade. Evangelical Presbyterian Synod Are Your Looking? for a Church that's V Liberal in Love V Conservative in Convictions V Fundamental in -Faith Modern in Methods GEORGE R. BRAGDON—Faster 9:45 —Bible-Center Sun. School 11:00—Morning Worship 7:oO—Evening Family Hour McLean Presbyterian 7345 Old Dominion Drive (V, mile north of McLean Bypass) (Nurserv Provided) Methodists Open Blanket Drive Washington area Methodist churches will serve as collection stations for blankets for Al gerian refugees, Methodist Bis hop Charles Wesley Lord of Washington announced today. Church World Service has ap pealed to American Protetsants for 650,000 blankets for one million Algerian refugees. “Methodism’s share in this appeal has been estimated at 50,000 blankets,” Bishop Lord said. “It is my hope that many people will respond to this ap peal.” The blankets will be pro cessed and shipped by air through the Church World Service Clothing Center, New Windsor, Md. RELIGIOUS SERVICES THE NAVY CHAPEL 3801 Nebraska Ave. N.W. (between Ward Clr. A Wise. Ave.) 9:00 a.m. CATHOLIC MASS 10:45 a.m. PROTESTANT WORSHIP CHURCH OF CHRIST ARLINGTON CHURCH OF CHRIST N. Irving Street at Arlington Boulevard (U. S. 50) Bible Classes All Ages. 9:45 a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Call JA. 8-1789 for Information or Transportation ORTHODOX PRESBYTERIAN SU” WT tig 'W r Grenville Drive and Sutherland Road O- IV ” Silver Spring, Maryland (H Mlle South of Four Corner* —1 Block West of Coletville Rd.) CHARLES H. ELLIS. Paster 8:43 a m.—Sunday School 11:00 a.m.—"THE TASK BEFORE US" < Supervised Nur urn During Morniny Service) 6:13 p.m.—Machen League* :3 Youth Groups) 7:30 p.m.—“THE CONDEMNING REDEEMER" The Rev. John P. Galbraith. Guest Speaker WEDNESDAY. 7:45 p.m.—PRAYER AND BIBLE STUDY PRESBYTERIAN U. S. NORTHWEST uhr (UllurHj nf tlyr pilgrims Gift of the Presbyterian Church In the United States to the Nation’* Capital On the Parkway at 22nd and P its. N.W. Jebn Randolph Tartar 9:45 a.m.—Sunday Church School iM. 11 :00 a.m.—Worship Service JIU "THE CALLED TOGETHER" 7:00 p.m.—Evening "THE DAMASCUS ROAD" Dr. Taylor Preaching All Services Nurserg Pot AU Services Ample Parking Hear Radio Sermon Sunday, 10 15 AM. WPIK - (Urntral (Uljiirrlj (Organised ISIS, U. S. Assemble) all I JTil r IKsSs MINISTER: GRAHAM GORDON LACY fill I 111 II u 0:30 am.—Church School ‘ 11:00 a.m. —Morning Worship "RELIGION EMBRACES AN ALTAR" -■ •“ Dr. Lacy Speaking Extended Classes. Nursery Throuyh Primary 6:00 p.m.—Youth Fellowship* and Woodrow WU*on Fellowship 7:30 p.m.—School of Christian Faith and Action DR. MILTON GORDON COSBY. Speaker FREE PARKING—ARCADE PONTIAC LOT. 1437 IRVING ST. MARYLAND BETHESDA PRESBYTERIAN I Wilton Lena and Clarendon Road Carl R. Prltehett, D.D.. Minister James F. Fleming. Mln. of Edaeatlen 9:30 and 11:00 a m— "CHRIST AT THE DOOR" Dr. Pritchett, Preaching 9:30 a.m.—Church School 7:00 p.m.—Youth Groups Crib Nursery, Nursery and Kindergarten BOTH Services UNITED PRESBYTERIAN U. S. A. •MARYLAND ST. MARK—Bethesda nsv. james'ma'cdoneu. ASHBURTON SCHOOL 11:00 a m—Worship Service LONEOAK AND SINNOTT DRlVEChurch School WALLACE MEMORIAL l«th PLACE. DREXEL AND ERSKINE STS.. WEST HYATTSVILLE. MD. Robert B. Loathan. Minister 9:30 a.m. —Bible School for All Ages 11:00 a m —"HOW GOD BECAME A MAN" Isaiah 7:l4—Rev. Louthon 7:30 p.m.— "CHARACTERISTICS OF A CHRISTIAN: SORROW" Matthew s:4—Rev. Louthan The Word of God from Pulpit and Classroom TAKOMA PARK Maple and Tulip Ave». O. Thomas Mlles. Minister Richard G. Cheffey. Mln. of Edaeatloa 9:30 ond 11:00 a m.—Church School and Morning Worship Rev. Meryl Ruoss, Chairman of.the Division of Church Strategy and Development of the Board of National Missions, Guest Speaker (Nursery Provided During Service) KENSINGTON WARNER MEMORIAL 10123 Connecticut Avenue Pastors: OMAR B. BUCH WALTER. Ph.D. WILLIAM 8. CAUSEY. Th.M. 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.—Services—Church School and Infant Nursery RIVERDALE University Pork W. Keith Cuttit and Donald E. Mac Falls, Ministers 9 ond 11 a m —"PROTESTANTS AND THE VATICAN COUNCIL" Nursery During Services 9:30 ond 11 :00 a.m.—Church School 5:00 and 7:00 p.m.—Young People BRADLEY HILLS 6601 BRADLEY BOULEVARD. BETHESDA Mlnlaters: Lloyd G. Brown. Stanley J. Mont 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.—Worship and Church School "THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN THAILAND," Dr. Kenneth E. Wells, Guest Preocher THE FOURTH PRESBYTERIAH CHURCH River Rood and Springfield Drive, Bethesda Mailing Address: Washington (16), D. C. Holding forth the Word of Lite Ministers: RICHARD C. HALVERSON. THOMAS H. CARR 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.—Sunday School (Nursery During Morning Service) 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.—“GOD’S PROVISION” 6:45 p.m.—Evening Fellowsnip Groups. All Ages 8:00 p.m —"THE LITTLE 'I AM’ " Dr. Halverson. Speaking. All Services Mr. Fague Springman. Minister of Music Broadcast Over WEAM at 11:00 a.m. Broadcast Over WWDC at 8:30 p.m. SILVER SPRING ” “ T 9:00 and 11:00 o.m.—Church School ond Divine Worship 10 O’clock Extended Church School Supervised Nurserg I F 3,20 NICHOLSON STREET nI M I IdlILLb n. Hobart Evans. Ronald J. Sloan. Minlatere SERVICES: 9:30 and 11:00 am. (Nursery)Sunday School 9:30 am. ATONEMENT I<Mil3 Ueorxia Ave.. Silver Spring LO. 4-0719 n ■ w n a. m k H I gtewarl j. Rln kln. Phlllln H. Austin 11:00 a.m.—Service—"SPIRITUAL PRIORITY.’’ Mat. 6:36. Dr. Austin Fellowship Groups, 7:oo pm. Gospel Service. 7:45 p.m. "God’s Word for God's People" Ete 28 - N » r Gallbenbnre A Roekvllla UAnnEdlUnN DANIEL C. MANSON, Minister 9:45 a.m.—Church School 11 a m —Sermon: "WHEN FAITH CONQUERS" C A CTkA IKI CTC D Ke'th T. Postlethwaite, Minister L-rAJ I fVIII’RJ I Ul\s6th PI. and Randolph St., Bladensburg Services: 8:30 and 11 :00 a.m. Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. WHEATON Paul Drive at Church lane, WH. 2-8900 Pastor,: Jack H. Boelena. Edwin G. York 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.—"THIS AMAZING DISCIPLESHIP" 7:00 p.m.—Youth Fellowship7:oo p.m.—Adult Forum VIRGINIA S'! 1 Corlyn Spring Rd. &N. Vermont St., Arlington, Vo. r ***» * Founded 1872—New Church, 1952—JA. 7-4766 10:00 a.m.—Church School 9 ond 11 a.m.— "ENTERTAINING ANGELS," Mr. Yount 11 0.m.. Special Class for Retarded Children; Child Care All Services FALLS CHURCH 9 and 11:15 a.m.—Service—Sermon: "A HARVEST PARABLE" 10:00 ond 11:15 o.m.—Church School Nursery During Services 7:00 p.m —Young People's Group IMMANUEL Chain Bridge Rd at Savile Lane 11:00 a m.—Morning Worship McLean. Va. <1 Blk. from C.1.A.) Nurcery For Small Children Provided Cl A D EKI ftrtKl 1300 Block N ’ lrvi "9 S»., Ari., Va. VI»Mr\EIN UUn F. BENNET MCDONALD, Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Church School 9:30 ond 11:00 a m— "OUR COMMON UNCERTAINTY" (Nursery and Kindergarten During 11 O'Clock Service) Crossroads Talk Dr. Jan Karski, professor of political science at Georgetown University, will speak on “The Changing Balance of Power Between East and West” during the International Crossroads Sunday Morning Breakfast at 9 am. tomorrow in the Central YMCA, 1736 G street N.W. • CHURCH OF CHRIST University Park Church of Christ 6420 ADELPHI RD. ti HYATTSVILLE, MARYLAND | WILLIAM D. MEDEARIS Minister WA. 7-7277 JR 10:00 a.m—Sunday Schoel “THE FIVE COMPLIMENTS OF JESUS" 7:00 p.m. “WHAT IS IN THINE RAND?"