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I Special Sermons and Music To Be Heard In The City Churches Tomorrow \
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ID PREACH ON
HOD'S CALC
Dr. A. W. Sonne to Talk on
Interesting Topics at
West Church
SONG PROGRAM AT
NIGHT SERVICE
o'clock, pastor's sermon. "A Ready
Hesponse to God's Call." Dr. A. W.
Sonne will make a strong appeal
West Presbyterian
Services at
Church tomorrow will he as follows:
worship at
10:30
The morning
for immediate service in a great
work that is being organized, and
soon to be launched. The organ
voluntaries, by Miss F. Viola^ Mof
ntt. will consist of "Grand Chorus
Ti 1 ' " 1 ■'
C." by Oounod. The choir eelec
tions, under the direction of * r '"
, 3 \p' iL lyn î. Wr, a u*K
I-ord Is My Shephard by '
r. n. soprano so o. Godla Calling.
M-ssick. by Miss Anabel Orov s.
and . ofr '' rtory ' " s< ' nd ° ut T y
Iji * bt ' -*?-°° Un0d ' . . ,
The Sahbath school at 2o clock
w.Il be conducted by Professor W
K, ^ertter, assisted by a large staff
of departments heads and aide.
The lesson for the day will be the
study of the Prod.gal Son^ The
orchestra will play inspiring selec.
tlons and accompaniments. Th|
singing will be under the direction
of J. C. Clymer and C. E. Ochel
The Men's Class will be ad
dressed by Dr. Sonne, and the class
male quartet will render a selection.
The Christian Endeavor Senior
Socldty will meet at 6:45 o'clock
and consider "Evangelistic Missions
at Homs and Abroad." The slng
Inglng will be under the direction
of S. Harrington Jones, and th"
pianist, Mrs. Charles Cleaver, will
be assisted by the Endeavor Or
chestra. Miss Madeline May, chair
man Of the Missionary Committee,
will lead. At the same hour the
Senior Society meets, the Interme
diates of the church «-ill meet in
an adjacent room to organize an
Intremedlate Society, with Frank
f< ssor
très.
Ballantyne.
Intermediate Societies of the City
Union, will be present to assist In
thia organization. The Senior So
ciety will aid in this new and pros
pective work of the Intermediates,
The evening worship will begin
at 7:20 o'clock, with a popular eong
service of twegty minutes, under
the direction of the choir The pas
tor's sermon. "Mind Tour Own
Business," will deal with the slock
objections of men and women, in
and out of the church, with affairs
that do not concern them primarily
and vitally. The music selections
of the evening will consist of a pre
lude. 'Intermezzo." by Rheinberger;
"Postlude Jn D," by Tours; an an
them. 'Around the Throne of God,"
byBrown; a bass solo and chorus.
"Fearless I'll Folio«','' by M. P.
Hastings and choir, and another
anthem, "Seek Te the Bord." Rob
erts. by the choir, and Oscar Stleg
ler, soloist.
I
j
GLADNESS," THEME
AT MADELEY CHURCH
.6
'
Methodist I
Sorvlces at Atadcley
Episcopal tomorrow will begin at 9 j
o'clock with class meetings leader, i
William Henry. At 10:2« o'clock.
public worship »"mon by the
P"'" 1 ;.. au ^ ,ec . t '
Word? Sunday School at Zîloj
o'clock, John H. Ford, superintend
ent; Epworth League eervlce at 7
o'clock. Miss Kersey will direct a
song service at 7:30 o'clock, which |
will he followed with a sermon '
the pastor. Rev. L. M. Broadway, 1
stfbject, "OladneoB."
On Monday evening John H. Moh
ring will meet with his class at. 7:3«
o'clock; Tuesday, Mr. Abbott will
meet with his class at 7 o'clock,
and Rev. C. W. Rutter will meet
with hi« nt 7:3« o'clock; Wednes
day, at 7:30 o'clock, prayer meeting
with the pastor in charge. Thurs- j
day evening. choi| practice. Friday,
Epworth L"aguc. business and so
cial meeting in the church house.
PENTKOO ST A L CTTTRCH.
Service» lomnrro» at Tic rente
cAsrtal Church. Twenty-third and
Pine streets, will be as follows:
Prayer service at 10 o'clock followed
by preaching by the Rev. William
Cnxe; Sunday school, at 3 o'clock
followed hy tarrjTng meeting at 3.15
O'clock; Toung People's meeting at
6.30 O'clock, followed by preaching
Presbyterlan Church,
the Rev. William Beishman, pastor,
»-ill hold services tomorrow as fol
lows; 10.30 o'clock. Communion ser
..vUjrf and reception of members; 2
o'clock, Sunday School; 6.45 o'clock,
k Christian Endeavor: 7.30 o'clock,
song service, sermon topic, "Refus
ing To Go In."
ât 8 o'clock by the pastor
EASTLAKE PRESBYTERIAN.
Eastlake
njornlng
worship, at 11 o'clock; the evening
servlce at 7.30 o'clock. The "Willing
Workers will
ITALIAN PRESRVTKRI AN.
First Italian Presbyterian Church.
duPont and Seventh streets; Rev
A. Daaiorl, pa«tor-^-Sund ay echooL
Werts at 9.45 o'clock;
meet at 3 o'clock.
"Mother's Rewind Club" on Thurs-!
day afternoon at 1.30 o'clock.
ELSMERE PRESBYTE III \N.
Services in the Elsmere Presby
teriqn Church will be held at 11
o'clock and 7.45
___-, o clock tomorrow,
the Rev. Irwin F. Wagner will speak
at the morning service on "Weak
• p " Turned Info power," and In the
Zeal."
and
evening on "A Consuming
Sunday school at 10 o'clock
Christian Endeavor at 7 o'clock
»
"A MISTAKE,
SERMON TOPIC
Dr. B. M. Johns to Preach
! at All Services in Grace
Church Tomorrow
iEVENING SUBJECT
TO BE "LONELINESS"
M. Johns will
Dr. Benjamin
preach at both services tomorrow
I at Grace Methodist Episcopal j
Church. Ninth and West streets,
His morning subj-cl will he "A Mls
j
j
take." In the evening Dr. Johns
will preach on "Lonellneas." Spe
cial music «ill be given at both
8ervlces
' ,
The program for the day is as
f 0 u 0 „. a; io , d 5 o'clock, the chimes:
..p ra j Se ood from «horn all bless- I
, nRB now," "Holy, holy, holy Bord |
God Almighty," "Art Thou weary,
art Thou languid." "My Saviour on ;
the word of truth." 10:30 o'clock : !
I ° r « an prelude. "Grand Choeur," j
DuHol»; proceal ,| onil | > 78; anthem,
j " Aw ake, Put on Strength," Rogers, j
0 (f crtory "Bike as the Heart," Mori-j
son; recessional, 430; organ post- ;
lude > "Festival Postlude in G Ma- ;
j or ," ga i ome .
7;06 0 ' C | ocki th(> chimes: "Abide
W Rh Me." "O Mother Dear Jerusa-j
| em: " "Work For the Night Is Com
7:16 to 7;30 o'clock, organ
recltaI . •■ A negro Appassionato" (5th
Sonata)i Oullmam: "Pong Without ,
Words," XW.akow.ky; "Intermezzo." |
Stebblns: proceaslonai. 664; anthem. |
"There Shall Be No Night There,"
Wood; offertory, duett. "The Lord ;
Is My Light" (Buck), Miss Copley :
and Mr. Taylor; recessional, 76; or
gan postlude. • Marche Nuptiale," |
Loret.
.
There will be a nomination for |
four trustee» at the close of the.be;
morning sermon Ail adult mem
her. and pew holders have a right
-eb' b , election win be held
n the chape! on Wednesday even-,
i-rr" ' he h0UrS ° f 7:30 and ,
' I
h T b h .M S ^ nday 8c , h , 00 »essions will
be held at noon. Howard Jones will
be the speaker at the Epworth
League service at 6:3« o'clock.
INTERESTING THEME ,
AT SCOTT CHURCH
Services at Scott M. B. Church.
Seventh and Spruce streets, tomor
row. «rill be as follows:
T. N. Gilbert'« cla*a mceta at 9.15
praise service, at 1«,3» o'clock. Hi»j
«ermon theme will be "And ns Thy
0 ov ,
Sunday School meets at 2 o'clock,
Profeasor Walter Belpold'» orchestral
will piny special music.
Herbert Van Dyke- will talk on;
"The Rapidly Chankln B India." at
the Epworth langue service, ot 6.30
o'clock.
o'clock. The Rev. T. J. Sard pas
tor. will preach at the morning!
Servant Was Busy Hero and There,
He Waa Gone."
The evening song service begins
at 7.30 o'clock. The pasfor will
preach at thl« «ervice. on "1 Will
Cause Them to Be Removed Into
fhejtlngdom of the Bsrth, Because
Cl Pna '' !,a '
Class for the instruction of chli
dren will meet at 6.80 o'clock M
_
^^rJ.s c„^s Tt - 4r. 5
'
' AlfrPll T w 'ilson will be .he leader
the Tucsdsy night cl^s. nt 7.45
, .
0 oc
B ' ' ' '
. * ,,
,he . me ' r 8 r _ 1 K '
* * «I Ht H <*l
son-sermon, "Life." Sunday School
at II o'clock
A free Reading Room at 4«3 In
dustrlal Trust Building. Is open t
the public week-days
CHRIST, SCIENTIST.
First Church of Christ Scientist.
Park Place and Van Buren street.
will hold services tomorrow morn-i
ing at 11 o'clock, and In the even-1
Ing at 8 o'clock: subject of the les
from 10
o'clock until 9 o'clock, except Wed-'
nesday when it closes at 5 o'clock.!
SWEDISH BAPTIST CHURCH
First Swedish Baptist Church,
Rev. C. A. Chader, minister, will
hold services tomorrow as follows:
10:45 o'clock, morning worship
subject. "The High Cost of Revival:"
J2 noon. Sunday School; 3:45
o'clock, young people'» meeting:
7: 3« o'clock, English service,
ject, "A Cloud of Modern Witness
es." An offering will be taken at
this service for the suffering mil
lions
and
meet in the home of .Mr.«. Conrad
Leaf. 2315 Pine street, on Thurs
day afternoon,
su li
f Europe and the Near East.
Prayer service»
he Ladies'
Wednesday niprht
Aid Society
Mil
FIRST u. p. CHURCH.
First United Presbyterian Church.
Third and Broome streets. Rev. N.
X. Calhoon, pastor, will hold ser
vices tomorrow as follows:
school at 10 o'clock; morning ser
vices at 11 o'clock, theme,
shine Souls;" Christian
Society at 6.45 o'clock; evening *er
vices at 7.45 o'clock, topic. "Does it
Sabbath ;
"Sun
Endeavor
Pay to Re a Christian ?" prayer ser
vice Wednesday evening at 7 45
o'clock.
GILBERT PRESBYTERIAN
The Gilbert Presbyterian Chui-ch,
Rev. William R. Rutledge, ■
pastor,
will hold services tomorrow as fol
lows; 10.45 o'elock sermon. "The
Divine Trinity"; 12.15 o'clock. Sun
day school; 7 o'clock. Christian En
deavor Society, Miss Amie Fonviile,
leader; 7.45 o'clock, sermon, "Life's
Greatest, What?"
FATHER TO FILL
SON'S PULPIT
Rev. C. L. Hubbard to
Leave After Sermon To
morrow Night
WILL SEEK HEALTH
ON FLORIDA TRIP
Rev. Carlisle L. Hubbard, D. D.,
will preach at St. Paul's Methodist
Episcopal Church tomorrow at both
services.
In the morning he «ill
preach on the topic. "Jesus Our Ex
ample," and at the
sermon on "A Modern Cure for Sin."
Dr. and Mrs. Hubbard nil! leave
o'clock
7:30
vice for a trip to Florida. The Rev.
E , L. Hubbard, Ph. D.. of Cam
W |ll till h.s pulpit on Sundays, .Ten
uary 28 and February 4,
Sunday School at 12 o'clock, noon,
William K. Skellenger, superlntend
en t; assistants. Mrs. Morn McMIl
ani j.
Chr.slian Endeavor prayer meeting
at 6:15 o'clock, led by Miss Emily
Fllnn. The subject will be
"Evangelistic Missions ' *
Musical numbers for the day. as
arranged by Professor Charles T.
Edwarda , choirmaster,
ing: Arnhem, "Break
Joy." Simpers
immediately after the evening «er
bridge, Md., father of th** pastor.
Frank Davis, C. H. Hayden.
Morn
Forth Into
are:
, .... ..
Heid Back" (Mi.«), B.e«or Ô* I
Kemery. Theresa Downey, Wllmer \
Edwards, j
Lord is I
Boddy, Charles T.
Evening: Anthem, "The
King," Brown; baritone aoio. "The
Boddy.
!
Only Way" (Ackley), by Wllmer 8.
Violin solo, "The Wander
er," Charles LaBouhe Edwards.
Organ numbers for the day will
Morning: "Serenade." Schubert;
"Meditation." Bemare. Evening:
"Salut D' Amour." Elgar; "fanta
sie." Ashford: "Meditation." Kind-|
poatlude, "Grand Chorus,'j
,,a0kS . „ U
Thp Woman s Homo Missionary
Society wilt hold its monthly meet
ing at the church on Monday nt s
o'clock, and on Tuesday evening the
ladles' Aid Society will meet. j
HAZARDOUS CHOICE,
PASTOR'S THEME
Bethany Baptist Church. Elm and
Jackson streets, the Rev. A. F. 5ViI
llamaon. D. D.. pastor. Men'« meet
1 o'clock In charge of J. I.
jCTonsan. Preaching servira at 10.20
I o'clock. Dr. Williamson'« «object,
[ "Privilege and Renponsihilltv,"
monelte to the children. Sunday
school at 12 o'clock, «pedal «Inging
nt the opening services of the Sun
day school, th»» Bethany male quar
,Pt ,h *t disbanded about 12 years
as-o, will he present and sink at the
Sunday school service» tomorrow,
j t», P quartet is composed of Messrs
Ratikh, Clifton. Green«ell nn d Cain
! The Senior C. K.
! o'clock,
.
«er
meeting at 6,45
In Chanre of the mission
î arj- committee, will meet In
I rhll rch auditorium,
;
the
The Intermedi
C. E. at (he same hour
ale
will
, meet In the chapel.
S ',. n y and preaching servi
7 . 45 oV lnck the subject. "A Hazard
I ou» riioicp," this service «-111 be of
evangelistic
af
,hl '
' Mr« Kln.cr Keis.-r
tP I h ' " meeting ,, f , hp
teacher« nss(»»Mation on Tuesday
evening ni S o'clock. I-rnyer and
praise service Wednesday, evening
"t ■ ■*5 o clock. The monthly meet
ing of the Men's league on Thurs
da> at S o i l... k.
Services tomorrow
follows:
nature.
Sing ng at alt
•vices by the
leadership of J. R. Slawter and
the sunshine choir under th** lend
*nior »'hoir under
T
VISITING PREACHER
AT TRINITY M. E.
;
t Trinity
. .
rh.m h will be
'ting at 9.30
o'clock, S. W. Elliott, leader; preach- j
ing nt 10.30 o'clock by the Rev.
Methodist Eplscopn
Class
<lo,in Collins; ^evening service at
7,30 o'clock, singing led by Pro
fessor Bowers: pastor's theme. "Th
Prodiga
Brother.'"
Thp weekly meetings will
Baracra class Tuesday at 7.45
° ,c, o<'k: prayer meeting Wednesday
at "- 30 o'clock; class meeting Frl
day at 7.30 o'clock, led by the Rev.
-lohn Galloway.
Son and His Elder
he
KINGS WOOD M. K CHURCH.
Klngs«-ood Methodist
Church, Rev. George
Episcopal
W. Bounds,
pastor, announces servit*« tomorrow
10.30
as follows;
'el
k, worship
Subject:
and It's
'dork, regular
Bible school; 6.46
League service,
president; 7.80
Sub
Gâlhered About
and sermon by pastor.
"God's Ancient Airplane
Lone Passenger"; 2
session of the
o'clock. Epworth
George A. White,
o'clock, sermon hy the pastor.
Ject: The City
Him."
progressive
The Progressive Spiritualists will
hold Sunday evening
morrow at 7.45 o'clock at the First
Progressive Spiritualist
(Pythian Castle Hall)
Street), Klien M. Goff
messages and
Klleu Goff.
SPIRITUALISTS.
services
to
Church,
906 West
Licentate.
trance lecture by
Holy
o'clock, church
OLD SWEDES CHURCH.
Old Swedes P. E. Church, Sev
enth and Church streets; Rev. Robt.
Béll, vicar.
ro\v as follows:
Communion;
school; 11 o'clock, Morning prayer
ill hold services tomor
8 o'clock
1 "
and sermon; 7.30 o'elock,
prayer and «ermon.
even ng
WILL YOU ACCEPT THIS INVITATION?
It means more, far more, to you than
any invitation you will receive
Each week the churches of Wilmington, through the
medium of free and paid advertising space, have
been inviting you to come to church. They extend
this invitation because they have something to offer
you of which you should partake—worship of your
Maker and His Son, through whom you have the
promise of eternal life.
It is perfectly safe to say that were there no churches
in this city you would not live here. But is it con
sistent with such belief, that you do not assist the
church in her work by attending her services? And
those services are meant for you; for your comfort;
for your spiritual need.
That you accept the invitation of the churches of
this city is their wish. Where you go to church does
not matter. What does matter, however, is that
you do
GO TO CHURCH
THE NATURE OF GOD
By the REV. GEORGE HENRY DOLE
What manner of man is this, that even the winds and
obey Him?—Matt, viii, 27.
tea
The miracle shows the manner of]
...an He Is. If He can still the
a " rt '""I"'
^manner«, man
^ delivered the one obsessed,
- " tho observers asked. "What
this? for with authority]
and
»hing Is
commandeth He unclean spirits, and.
(hey (Vhey Him." He Is the man
ner of ninn who cast out of us all
He raised the dead,
^aùngHTs power to raise up from
Y'Jhln sn dUcou rage ment, and
Rscen W a msn ran « gas
y tlirneA on thP g H ,.
h , ln the trun i( an d left
note Tire not »nth . nickie."
. ... j un f 0 rtunate man's
wor th the living. It
hpsrt
* as n0t ,
to the life In Jesus
He was dead before
Could he once have
Christ,
would have desired to live that he
might give it to others h
The Lord cured diseases.
have not
tasted It.
ilisrloiilnK Hi» power over physical
He restored the blind,
open the
dlsorders.
(Hostratios HI» power I
blind to spiritual truth.
He
eyes
restored the withered hand, showi-u
make whole withered
Hos works »haw II
to be the manner of man that can
minister to all of our spiritual look
inks and make us whole in Hlit sikht.
But mark you; He could do no
mighty works where there «-as no
Faith 1« a first essential,
that He can
moral power.
l)U HARRARTTft
''**• O/iDD/llll IW
DUS' ACH TD (JRI S
» Uh/U II H* UlIlLO
faith.
!
f servie« at Harrison
E. Church. Rev. William
will
class
leader;
Th#* ord#»r
Street M.
E. Hnbbart, pastor, tomorrow
9:20 o'clock.
service. ;
follow«:
meeting, G. B.
J 0;20 o'clock.
Prelud«. "Largo."
anth#*m after prayer, "A Dream of
ffertory anthem.
he
CroHsan.
preaching
Handel-Whir ing;
"The
Paradise;"
Lord Is My Strength " Simper; ser-(
bject. "The (îlory
ted. Will la
!
on by pastor,
of the Croft«;" «oi
Wallace; b#»n*'d : ctlrtn;
pontlude. «eierte*!.
School. I.
«el*
long meter
2:15
*l»»xol**gy ;
o'clock, Sunday
Ferry, superintendent; 6:30 o'clock, j
Epworth League, study of
Elmer
V
1
India.
7:20 o'clock.
Prelude,
song service;
"O I»ord How
preaching* service:
Sheppard ;
' I
,
"Romance."
anthem after prayer.
Manifold." Barnby;
aornion by j
"Things That Ex
Mr. Wallace: benofllc
Long Meter Doxology; post- j
offertory solo, select;
pastor, subject,
cel;" solo,
lion;
hide. "Improvisation."
Th« sermon at. night will he ad- |
the Girls' Athletic A»
dressed t
,, a „ on

!
1
BROTHERHOOD RALLY.
Church will hold services as follows.
th#* Rev. W. Ernest Gr»»enfleld. min
ister. Class meeting at 9.15 o'clock;
preaching .it 10.30 o'clock by the
pastor and music by the choir; all
the department« of the Sunday
school will meet at 2 o'clock. Samuel
H. Pippin, jiiperlntendent. The Ep
wnrth League service at 6.45 o'clock!
special' mu«lc by the young people's
choir; at 7.30 o'clock the annual]
rally of the Brotherhood at which
I lime the following program will be
given: Hymns hy the congregation
Devotion« hv the chaplain. William
II. Rot
; anthem by the choir, se
lection hy the male quartet, of Trin
ity M. E. Church; solo by J Francis
Blaine; selection hy the quartet
Brandywine M. E. Church; s**rnion
appropriatp to the occasion by the'
pastor; slnsin* by the men.
MISSIONARY ALLIANCE.
Service« tomorrow at the Christian
and Missionary Alliance. 504 West
Fifth street, will he as follows: 9 30
o'clock, prayer service; 10.20 o'clock,
morning: worship ai|d sermon by
the pastor; 12.30 o'clock, Siftiday
school; 6.30 o'clock. Yount? People's
meeting:: 7.20 o'clock, evangelistic
service including a sermon by the'
pastor.
FRIENDS MEETING.
Friends' meeting, Fourth ami
West streets. First Day school 9 45
o'clock, meeting for divine worship
First Day at 11 o'clock. Lewis M.
Watson, director of Public Education
j an< X Child Labor of Pennsylvania,
j will address a meeting
1 o'clock, subject, "Child Labor and
Amend
2.30
Constitutional
Proposed
ment."
for the Lord acta from the insid**
He violated no law in doing
out.
1 m ' ra ''"* but demonstrated a spirit,.».
power inflows.
faith, we must act. for power
with effort.
heavy weight by
must exert
spiritual
And second, having
a;
man can^ lift a
wondering over it.
all his
law according to which
mn
N
He
Then with the effort power flow« In
to the muscles from his will.
pow
strength.
A celebrated athlete said that he «
a weak boy and gained his superior
strength from will-power. Bike
wise one may become a giant In
spiritual power if he sufficiently
w'iiis for from the fountain of
nipotonc«* might inflow.« with th**
effort. As we «• !1 the blessed things
and
from God hacks up his will.
• m
in the Lord. He will All the measure
to overflowing.
When the storm comes, turn to
endure. Believe that you have the
power to withstand the tempest, and
stand fast. In the fullness
the storm
come a great calm. As
fore the mind will he Ailed with
f time
Mil abate, and there will
the divine truth. Anyone can prove
Like all truth. It
ever be
sunshine and sweet peace will pos
sew the heart, for the lerrd crowns
This Is
every victor with His life.
it for himself,
proves (self to the life,
is the manner
and
lower.
•evesI His power, hleaelngs.
and Himself to every faithful fol
The Lord
f^^pian thus t
SPECIAL SERVICES
AT ARMY CITADEL
O'.nipany meelinif lfl.3« o'clock, j
Mrs. Julia Irwin. V, P. S. M.: Men's
Bible class, .1
Women's Bible class. Mrs. Marcir»;
Saylor, leader.
The Salvation Army will observe*
th#» third anniversary of the Eigh
nth Amendment tomorrow. En
sign John O. Simpson will conduct
special service« at eight o'clock in
Salvation Arm/ Citadel, Fourth
nd Shipley streets.
Other services will be as fol
lows;
ph Turner, leader;!
|
]
|
I
|
i
loll ness m
ting 3.30
People's Legion. 6.15
Norman Sutor Y- P. L.
'clock.
Young
o'clock,
secretary.
Ann! versa ry
'clock.
testimony and song, ajxi address by
Ensign Simpson: "Poison Gas."
service
8
MK'ABK M. E. CIIVRCII.
at McCabe Memorial !
Methodist Episcopal Çhurrli. Boule- j
rder:!l°
k. preaching by the Rev.:
'clock, i
'clock. Ep- 1
r. Adam Stengle. D. D.
Service«
vard and Twenty-s
cond streets to
nrrow will l
10.20 o'cl
In their usual
Adam Stengle, D. D.;
Sunday school; 6.45
worth League; 7.30 o'clock, preach
ing by the Ri
WESTMINSTER
10.30 A. M.
4.00 P. M.
John A. McCALLUM, D. D.
THE CALL OF DUTY
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CHARLES L. CANDEE, D. D.
THE WESTMINSTER CHORAL CLUB
WILL ASSIST AT THE VESPER SERVICE
ST. PAUL'S
EPISCOPAL
METHODIST
The Friendly Church
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if
Dr. Hubbard mill preach
10.30 A. M.
Jesus Our Example.
7.30 P. M.
.1 Modern (hire for Sin
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SUNDAY SCHOOL AT NOON
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.Vo Rented Pews
Xnrserp for small children
Everpbodp Welcome
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GREATESTTHINQ
IN INE WORLD"
■Hanover Pastor Also to
Preach Tomorrow on
"Acid Experiences"
PLAN MUSICALS
FOR CHURCH FUND
In .Hanovpr Presbyterian Church.
Boulevard and Eighteenth street,
the Rev. Charles H Bohner, pastor
tomorrow morning, Mr. Bohner will
preach on the subject. 'The Great-'
est Thing in the World." Mr. Boh
ner's evening subject will be, "Acid
Experiences." The evening service
wlll be evangelistic.
The church quartet will sing the;
following numbers: Morning- An-,
them, "O Taste and See How Gra
clous the Bord Is." (Goss), and solo.
Miss Madeline Reed, "HdThat Dwell
(Prout).
a Closer
(Foster), and
"Mercy "
eth in the Secret Place,"
Evening—Anthem. "O For
Walk With God."
t*»nor solo. C. A. Hume,
( Manna-Zucca).
The Sunday School and the Chris
tian Endeavor Societies will meet at
the usual hours.
The Girls' C4ub and Westminster
League will meet in the church on.
Monday evening.
The pastor will conduct the mid
k service on Wednesday night.
Department
w
,
The
Junior
.f the
hool will present a musical and
literary entertainment in the church
on Monday night, January 29, the
proceeds to be applied to the new
building fund,
Pupils of
Sn)ith wl u
Frederick
Stanley
musical pro
church on Thursday
present
in the
gra î
The proceeds
music
en ing. February 1.
of this evening of
go to the church building fund.
ill also
OUR ADOPTION,
TOPIC AT FPWORTII
n
At 9.20
worth Church. Tenth and Lombard
'dork tomorrow at Ep
streets, the Sunday morning c!
d
George
Booker. The morning hour of wor
ship will be at 10.29 o'clock. Rev,
Rsaell I*. Thonns will preach on the
subject; "Our Adoption."
The Sunday school. Willis L. Over
r. miperiptendent. will convene at
nek. This will be decision day;
Epworth League will meet at
evangelistic services
will he held at the evening service.
Mr. Thomas'
2 o'cl
the
6.45 o'clock:
on ng subject will be
f Christ."
James A. Alexander'«
meet on Monday night
prayer service will he held Wedne«
day at 7.45 o'clock. Friday afternoon
the Junior Epworth League will he
held. At th** evening service tomor
row the chorus choir. led by Pro
George E. King, will lead in
"Confession
rill
and the
cias!
feu
; nein g ami give sev
i'i:.\i\si i. \ MimimnsT
PROTESTANT CHURCH.
At Ihp srrvic-ps of th« IVnfnsuia
Mothodist i*rnt««tant Church, Wash
ington and Twrntifth sfrrpts. lomor
ro«', the Rev. Leonard B. Smith will
preach on the frlio-vlng the
1«.30 o'clock. "The Eider Brother"
k. "A
Happy Separation" or "Spirltuii Snr
«cry.''
or "Isost
t Home"; 7.20 oVli
The musical program include« th*»
following «election^: Anthem. "More
Love to Th»*e." by Edward«; "Be
Thou Exalted. O ^iod!" by Edward«:
"Songs of Praise the Angels Sang"
Brown: quartet, "The
Declare." by Judson.
John Ornhcy. Mis« Edith ('r*»n»»y and
Raymond! Lllley. The Sunday school
will meet nt noon, and the Christian
Endeavorers at 6.20 o'clock.
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Heavens
M»*. and Mrs.
ELAYMONT M. |*:. ( IH ID II.
Clay mont M. E. Church, Clay-1
mont, the Rev. W. A. Hearn, pastor,:
services tomorrow will he as Xpl
W5,: 9.20 o'clock. Sunday School;
7 0.45 o'clock, sermon, "Carelessness
Toward« Christ Inexcusable;" 6.45
o'clock, Epworth Leigue; 7.45*
sermon. "The Tragedy of
Rebellion Against God."
o'clock,
PHILADELPHIAN
TO PREACH HERE
Dr, J. A. McCallum to
Preach at Westminster
Church Tomorrow
"THE CALL OF DUTY,"
VESPER'S THEME
Ah ha.s been customay for several
years past, tne pastors of the West
Walnut Street Presbyterian Church.
Philadelphia, and Westminster Pres-1
byterlan Church here, will exchange
pulpits for the morning service to
morrow. The Rev». John A. Me
[ Callum. D D., of Philadelphia, will
jeome to Westminster Church, to
preach the sermon and Dr. Charles;
L Candee w II deliver the sermon in
West Walnut Street Church.
Westminster' Choral
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ludes and the chimes, played by Mr.
Thoms, will help in making this a
The
«hich has scored many triumphs
this season will assist at he vesper!
service,
Splcher's Fear Not, O Israel.
'Charles L. Candee will preach a ser
mon on the theme, "The Call of
The usual fine organ pro
with two elegant numbers:
'Gounod's 'Send Out Thy Light." and
Dr.
most impressive service.
The Sunday School will meet at,
•noon, with classes {or all depart-'
ment»,
Miss Marjorie Webb «-ill lead the)
devotional of the Christian Endeavor
meeting at 7.30 o'clock. Miss Gladys
Engle will present an address on the
subject. "Duty." There will be spe
cial music and genuine good feilow
«hip.
Th** Men's Club will hold its
n Tuesday even
This will be the
ting
'clock
monthly m
ing. at 8
annu<1 i "Stunt Night."
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Continuing the study of the r.o*
pel of St. John at the morning
worship in the F rst and t entr-i
Proabvterian Church, tomorrow, Dr.
Aquilia W.d.b wll! preach on Fore
DR. WEBB TO PREACH
ON ST. JOHN'S (iOSPEI,
runners of Jesus." His sermon at
the evening service will be on The ,
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F nal Payment."
Leslie Cook has arranged the fol
1 lowing music for the day: Morning,
prelude, "Melody," Paderewski: a
j them. "From Egypt's fi
■ Come." Page; trio, "My
î Father, While I Stray," Schnecker;
postlude. "EtudA," Kullak. Even
! ing: Prehtde, "Choral," BoHImann;
i anthem. "The Twiligth
i Fall," Wood:
Through the Coming Night."
Cursehman; solo by Mrs. MacMil
lan; postlude. "Grand Chorus," Sa
lome.
Bondacs
My
God.
.
Shadows
trio.
"Pro* ect
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MT. EN ON BAPTIST CTirnrif.
Ml. Baptist Church, Rev. A. G.
Scott,
will be as
paotor—Services
follow«: 10.20
sermon. 12.45
school.; 6 o'cl
tomorrow
o'clock: j
Sunday
k. Baptist Young
People's Meeting; 8 o'clock, preach
ing.
►'clock ;
Lincoln |
near Delaware avenue; Rev.
Peft ngill.
NORTH BAPTIST i III RCIf.
North Baptist Church.
«treet.
William L
Preaching at D».20
pastor—
'clock and 7.45
»»'«Mock, by the pastor;
ject; "The Voice
morn'ng suh
»f Blood:" even
ing. "What Shall We Do?"
School
Bible
~
it noon.
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FIRST CENTRAL
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rev. AQUILLA WEBB, D. D., LL.D., Minister
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10.30—"FORERUNNERS OF JESUS
12.00—Church School, all departments
7.45—"THE FINAL PAYMENT"
Gospel Song Service
A Church Home in the Heart of the City
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GRACE
CHURCH
Sunday
Services
Preaching, Rev. Benjamin M. Johns, D. D.
Morning Subject—"A MISTAKE."
Evening Subject—"LONELINESS."
Sunday School at noon in all departments.
GRACE CHURCH IS EVERYBODY'S CHURCH
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Second Baptist Church
Ninth and Franklin Sts.
Geo. D. Allison, Ph. D., Pastor
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Receiving the Holy Spirit
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The Business Men'» Bible Class Meet»» at 12 Noon
7.45 P. M.
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The Battle of Life
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TIMELY TOPICS
AI 2B BAPTIST
"The Battle of Life," to Be
Theme at Night Session
Tomorrow
MUSICAL PROGRAM
AT ALL SERVICES
"Receiving the Holy Spirit" will
be the topic of the sermon in Sec
ond Baptist Church. Ninth and
franklin streets, tomorrow morning
, . .
' 10:30 ° elocK '
Allison, Ph. D.. pastor of the church.
will preach. The quartet choir, dl
r?cted jj y p] oyd W. Harper, will
„ oh Lamb f Qo< . .. „ stultB ,
» char!es ^ Boxlhe Edw . ard9 wll ,
The Rgv. Geo. D.
play a violin solo. "Romance," by
Wienlawskl.
The Bible school «-ill meet at 12
o'clock noon and the Business Men's
Bible Class «-ill discuss "Winning
the Prodigal Son." The Baptist
Young Peoples' Union will meet at
6:45 o'clock to study an interesting
topic.
At the evening service the quar
cho;r
"Even Me," by
Warren, and a duet by Mrs. Ray
moth M'.tchei! and Miss Mildred Mi
son will be T Waited for the Lord,"
by Mendelssohn. The topic of the
evening sermon Is to be "The Bat
tle r*f Life."
The prayer and mid-week prayer
and praise service will be held Wed
nesday evening.
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MUSICAL PROGRAM
AT UNION CHURCH
Methodic
Fifth and
T'nion
Church.
streets. Rev. Harvey Wlnfleld Ewing.
D., minister, services tomorrow
follows: Class meeting at 9:20
o'clock. E. W. Dunlop, leader; puh
lie worship at 10:20 o'clock, sermon
!)ubjpot . naniel s vision of the
Kingdom:" Sunday School at 2
o'clock. IV. B. Bicking, superintend
en( . Bpworth f . pn!r110 at K /{r,
oVIock ,.>pic. "Tiie Rapidly Ch ing
Episcopal
Washington
jng India •. i„ ndPr , Anna H an
hy EvPninB worship at 7.3«
subject, *'A Good
Man's Plea For a Wicked City."
Music for the day: Organ pr?lude.
"Serenade." Andrews; nnthem, "The
Lord Is My Light and My Salva
n." Hogers; duet, "Just Inside
the Eastern Gate" (Martin) Mrs.
Rills and Miss Hudson; offertory
Elegie. Shepherd; po.vtlude. Temp
lar's March. Frysinger; organ re
citai at 7:15 o'clock. M^iss^Johnson:
anthem. Ring AlIeMiia Forth, Dudley
Buck; quartet. "Th** Bow on the
Face of the Cloud." Louden: offer
tory. Xarc ssus. Devin; po^'lude.
Fanfare, Dubois.
o'clock.
sermon
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Mr. olivi: rnmen.
Olive

Mt.
Baptist
Services at
Church, the Rev. R. McFryar pas
tor. tomorrow Will be: 11 o'clock,
preaching by the pistor: 8 o'clock.
Revival

pr#*achlng.
week, with the Rev. W. H. Dobbin«.
services
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D. D.. of Penn's Grove, N. J., i:
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ÎTfGIÎTIf STREET R XPTI'sT.
Eighth Street Baptist rhu^e^.
Rev. H. C. Jones, pastor, pr^a^hing
ai^i
Rev. Gor*lon or
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'clock
tomorrow at
7.30 o'clock by
Chester.
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