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THE OTTAWA JOURNAL SATURDAY, APBil 195 1 12 SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Without the Cross iTherkNo Christianity - Be EAV.U DOUot... ' .'of t faUl fjlttSM. . Hiimn Hie btin m It luf-l Again day that ther Is ' fertng no doubt wtll conUnu-omethlng eagenUslly mysterl,- until the end of time to b? pnuHi the shedding of blood. of the great factor with which-The 8acr4me.nl ot" the Lord 'a every person haa to dea.1. 'Tsupptr MUfqt-th this great Sufferjng la not necessarily mystery andwhatU more Im- redenvpvive, but It often Important th,l freat "redemptive Suffering makes some people reality. bitter, but It makes many our Will and Gotr WIU, ethers better. The cross . of . Jtius Chslst teaches many les-;flljd tbtit ,plfltul trothTbi mill ant nnl nf tha frreataatl. . . . r 7"- " Lint worKea out in an over iiVV oMU lessons' Is that suffering, h.imin. ..rin in rtghUyendVured, has a far-in,,rt, , ,,min. , reaching; pirltua! result, ,OodollM mlll p),c Where olives could probabljMiave saved tfiei were cnilhed ln orderthat the wortd In any one oKan Infinite -0ll be 4ecured. Thlg wJ number of ways, had Hecared Uyiriboiic pi the crushing to 60 jo. And yet. can ImiiiW perlence through whlcfj our mln conceive anything more,, WM rnuaiiig.l He went fitting and effective than the iVtiih n.rrf.n mrf f.n n hi. salvation Hikactually sent? Me , fifcet -anmplored Ood urtet put his only begotten Son into this cup pass-fapm Him. He ,e stream of human history, recoiled from suffering tha- le-H4ra live a human life and !am. f wnuiiL sanctify"- It, and then allowed j IU willing to endure it oniy-f Him to die On the cross. j there was no other way out. Life in. the Blood.. - land Ood made it. plain that There g something very tnere w no other way out. mysterious about blood. It Is The y of salvation was he the basis of all physical life , wy f sacrifice. In the crush-Bplrltually, the shedding of j int. or killing, of his body and blood items to have some kind: ln the aheddlng of his blood. f redemptive effect, the nature forgiveness of sins wis of which we only partly under-! m?de Possible. stand. The animals killed in' ow' me Bioie ooes not tell if r i ll t: i connection with temple war- - us that. It tells us that It was. ahln throuirh the centuries ren-' u ther Prof " Yes, hue cAuciicnce ui millions - oi relented only symbolism. But the shedding of Christ's blood waa a different matter. Here people through the ages who have east themselves upon the waa reality. Here, scOTethlntoflE"1? sneo diooo n.mir .inidrano. ijTTtoe found peace and a new cosmic significance was taJcing place. All the theologians combined Including St. Paul have never been able to make us understand fully how It was that by the shedding or His blood. Christ effected the forgiveness of sins for mankind. Dill thl. H. rflrl n. If h AA not. then all our Christian i ' r- a faith Is in vain. The Bible as-:'?""0' .fS'1 Anllcn ures us that without the shed-' Shu!"c1' ,wl'.1 be "X. speker on ding of blood, there Is no re- dl, 8ta. lon CBQ l "Morning ml.lon nf sin, rw i, ln, .nri DevpUona program. : forelgrt mission, "and lenefiu eonfernct ther will be pub for ministers 1 the way of jjj. rrlc each tvenlni H4, Superannuation an4jhospitU,... i.,.w ... -...n ' i aomTor the denomlntuow0"; ..'tWraMnadSm-lhe conference jCholfitnusIc will b under Iht :hav their headquarters in the'dlrectlon of JBob Clifford. The -Ua, and how any proposal of guest speakers will -be Rev, A. L VTlVa49 'UI TCI 1 VI W 1 ll- - - .. v., ill ivi ti.i . . . . , - - i , L s imi r evanee cal denomina- couio overcome-, wie nura e ne.- Jiir jru.voi jmraw, ' j lnn in rnd will be meet- i which ..such a. clrcuiistanceland Rev. H. W. Hobbs, of .r- jliini in MrnM in nt tiw, I mleht create will rcrelvo ilnu oK Smaller: Church": j Denominations Union TT6 Discuss 'IV HIThursday of next week, to dls- i"' n IL' " i i ' ti 1 leuaa questions"! elating to i I. I 441 I .fc.lirT"'""".. . l Delegates of several of jvllng in conference. In .Ottawa,! might create will receive close! Durham .4.1 m j lir.j I... J . mrn r a ri fail ahiIWipkIU. . In the evenings during the "quiet results. Ada "bring. NEW LUTHERAN CHUJRCIL This it aie.archltecU"-kech of the new Mount Calvary Lutheran Church to. be constructed ln booming Elmvale actm at the Junction of the. Smyth nd. Russell roads. Groundbreaking ceremonies for the 188.000 churcrr-of contemporary design will be conducted ohflunday at 12.15 p.m. by Rev. Rudolph A. RltlTpistoc of St. Paul'a Lutheran Church. v With seating capacity of about 300, the church wilt be built of laminated archea on a concrete loundation, with saw-toothed walLi finished In buff brick and vertical wood aiding - giving an indirect njghtlnferrect froni tKe windows.' 'Architects are Nolfke and Ingram. 4 The conference will convene the Fifth Avenue Holiness Movement Church, where the delegates coming from London, Ont., Kitchener, Toronto, Durham, Marmora, Belleville, and Brockvllle will be welcomed by the, jninister. Rev. W. A. McMillans . The-discussions wijl cover a wlde range of topics dealing with overlapping church programs, possibilities in the fields of education, church extension,' BRITISH . BUEl WORLD FEDERATION (CANADA) INC, - Sunday, April 7th 3 p.m. CHATEAU LALR1ER HOTEL, LADIES' CAFE Speaker: MR. R. K. M'EMP, Dominion Secretary, B.I.rVJ. . Subject: 'THE SIGNIFICANCE 4F IMJ" (la It a Division feint ar the Terminal?) - Hava you nourM me many TJIvlnton iolnu. TrminU nar ciivt oecurrinl on Iht Sth. loth and Uth of Drember lit.rcenl vwnt ' ADMISSION FREE " OFFERING Listen to CKOT Sundays at 10.15 a.m. ' baptist power surging up within them. This Is proof. Jesus faced the cross because He had to face it. There could be no salvation' without it. MORNING DEVOTIONS. Monday through Friday next! Calvary Baptist Church Cor. Msln Stmt Md Evaiyn. Avvnu. Kv. B. O. OUy, MinUUr. t 4S m. Bibla School Claim lor M n. Jl 00 am. Momma Wo-iyip. . Cu Speaker: MR. VtNCETfT CHAVBW. (Dmotor of Uw Ontario Pionaar Campa.l Mr. Craven waa for 13 yeara the General Secrete? ot the ISC T. in Auatiatxa. 7.JO pm. Eveninf Worahlp. 'THE Firm WORD PROM THE CHOSS " The Lord'! Supper Will Be Obaerved Atar the Irentng Service Wednesday. S 00 p.m. Prayer and Btbla- Study. "STUDIES IK THE BOOK Of BUTH " We Betteve Mt the Plenary Inapiratlofi of the Serlpturea. You Are Alwaya 'Welcome at Calvary Oturcrt. ANGLICAN St. Johns Church the greatest manifestation ' of love is Its ability to put self aside ln trie Interest of a great cause and for the benefit of .others. Heaven ana earth w4.ll pass away, but the deep embodiment of sacrifice In the moral and spiritual' realms will never pass away. Suffering -mean aomethine; more than just mere pain. Suffering has a universal, cosmic significance. We feel It and experience .It. even though we cannot adequately explain it. But the Bible confirm our feelings. We are right in believing that suffering under Ood Is a divine .thing and becomes redemptive. A Sacrament Instituted. It was evidently our , Lord's Intense conviction on this point that caused Him to Institute "tltt Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. The same night bri which He was betrayed almost the last thing He ever did He took bread. aying that it wa. His body, and wine, saying that It was His blood, and bade His disciples partake thereof and ponder. ' : 'The Sunday-School Les-. ton tor. April 1, 1351, I "Jesus races the cross", Matthew ; 28:1-47:10. j And they have been ponder-, ""Ins ever since. There is some-1 thing so transcending in this whole idea -of the redemptive power of suffering that no one, l not even Jesus Himself, could S set it expressed adeouatelv In! words.. Jesus had to express It In an act. This. act consisted of the sanctlficatlon of bread and wine and th setting- aeidt of " these elements for a sacred use. Jesus bade, his followers remember that nothing is so Important as hla teath, Bythat,-by the mysterious efficacy of shed blood, sins are forgiven,' and the spiritual side of man 1 on the way to being healed GET V.S. AID. BELGRADE; April (Reu ters) Yugoslavia will get united states wheat and cot ton shipments with $13,500,000 under - an agreement algned nere yesterday. HOLY COMMUNION at ST. LUCY'S HALL King George St., Overbrook PALM AND LOW SUNDAYS ' at 8.30 a.m. - Youth For Christ TONIGHT AT t Rev. Robf. Argue of Montreal Formerly . Director Retina Y.F.C. -TH 1 SONS" GIRLS' QUINTETT . HI-SCHOOL QUIZ - TtcJiflicil High Auditorium ALBERT AT BAT STREETS Ckrlitlaa and Mlittonary -Alliance THE GOSPEL TABERNACLE SM BASK STREET - 9.4S a.m. Family Sunday School Classes for All 11.00 a.m. "Christ Before PilaU" Moathly Cemaannlen servlea 7.30 p.m. -"THE STORY OF A RUNAWAY SLAVER choir qCARtct ; ' - i, Pailer, REV. DAVtD ANOKRSON,, at eeth aervtcei. Ye Will Be-MaSe Welcentf . First Baptist Church hAurit Avenue at Elffin StrMt. JUv uiart IvlMm, Mmistw. Dr. Cortiofi M. Ward. Org nut. iS .nv Mtn Church Aohool and Mtbtiip CIsm. 10 45 a.m. ymery and Pnmary. 1100 a m Morning Worahip, "AN BlDURING MEMORIAL". 7 JO pm Iveninc Worship. Cantata "Th Lord a S upper (Eric Thiman) fottowd by trt GomrTrunlon Srvic. Fourth Avenue1 Baptist Church . Bank Street at fourth Avenue. Baptut Convention of Ontario and Quebec. ' Mtniater: Rev. E. H. Cameron. B.D. Orsanial: Miaa V. fowler, L H A M I0W are. Sunday School, Bible CUa. 11 00 a m Nunery. Primary 11.00 a m MORNING WORSHIP. . .. - Sermon: THE MIANINO'Or CHRISTIAN BAPTISM. ISO pm COMMUNION SERVICE' . Cannon: THE MEANING OF THE LORD'S SUPPER. You are InvMctf to yorahip with ua. Highhnd Park Baptist Church Rev. B r. "Rice. B A . IS, Mra. J. A. rertuaon. Orteruat and Choir Leader. 11.00 a.m. "The Way nl Ua In Service." Hcey Cochm union. T SO p m "Prophet; MJceoh, Elfin at Someraet. -THE CHURCH WITH THE OPEN pOOR." The Rev Wm J. Robinaon, The Rev Prank R Uawler, Rector. Aaautant Rector. PASK" SUNDAY oo a m HOLY COMMUNION. ' y i.m. family Communion Service Brin your boyeVand lirai. Preacher- The Rev. 'rank R. Lairter.' f "THE CHRISTIAN Lire." ; . ill The Chriataen Year. 11 00 a m Holy Communion (Choral) and Sermon (Broedcaat CKOY) Preacher: The Rector. Our Chnetlen PUirrimaae (SI THE TEN COMMA.VDMENTS". ISO pjn EVENING PRAYER. Sermon by the Rector. St. Andrew a Lodte MO. A J and AM in attenoanee. Wedneaday: Holy Communion a 00 am. Lenten Eveneonf 00 pm THE CHEAT PILM "GOLGOTHA". Thuraday: Holy Communion. .00. 7 JO and 10 00 am.,' Pally Veepera: rMohday through Friday) at' ISO p.m. Mr Organ RertlaJ: Every Sunday Vuring Lent. Lawrence s. vwr. Orfanut. at i" St. Matthews Church Cirllnr Avenue near Bank Street. Rev. R Erie Oahome, B A. Rey. M- Broce BUck. B A. Rector AaaiaUnt Gerald Wheeler, t Jt.CO Orianiat and Choumaiter. . PASSION SUNDAY no a m HOLY COMMUNION II 00 m CHORAL EUCHARIST . Preacher: The Very Rev. W. W. Devia. DJkDan of Nova Scotia. 1 00 p m EVENSONG. . titty Communion: Wedneaday. l oo and a 00 am; I Thurday. 10 00 a m t Wedneaday, S 00 p m . Devotional Service with addreaa by The Rev. John Duncan. McPhail Baptist Church Bronion Avenue at liafar Street. Rev. E. K. Smith. Miniater. B. P. Brandow. Orfantat. ll.oo am Bible Oeae. 11.00 a m eVunery and Sunday School 11.00 am. LIVING OUR PKAISE". THE LORD'S SUPPER.' ' TSO pm "LOOKING UNTO JESUS". BELIEVER'S BAPTISM. Wcstkoro Baptist Church S07 Richmond Road. Paator: Rev. R. D. Holmea. 10.00 am family Bible School. I ? W) a.m. Worahip. "HOW MANY WAYS TO GOD?" 'Communion Service. 7 JO pm "A LOOK " AT LUKE" Gueat Preacher Ravi 1. a. weeheraU of Toronto. "A friendly welcome awaita you." LUTHERAN 'St Peters Lutheran Th United Lutheran Church In America. Corner Snarka arid Bay. The Rev. Arthur t. Conrad- Paator Kea. fas-0032; Cfturch: tw-wn 30- a.m. Sunda? School. 8.30 a.m. Early Service. 1100 a m. The Service. Nureery otatwa at bote momtnf aervtcea. 7.30 pm.-Veapera. Wedneadav ff.00' pmY Lerrten Servtce. You Are Cordially Invited. LUTHERAN St Paul's Lutheran (Mlaaourl synod) SIS WUbrod at JCml Edward. , Rev. R. A. Rtu. BJ), Paator. CEt-0311 f.00 a.m German Wdranip. . A am. Sunday School. - 10 oo a.m Bible CUf. 11.00 a.m. EnrJuh Worahim Lenten Noonday Services Everyone Invited Monday through Friday, 12.45 to 1.05 p.rrj. CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL Sparks St. nef Bronson JFEiRR: THE VEST REVEREND W. W. DAVIS, I.D., DUn Of NOVA SCOTIA BOT LUNCH AVAILABLE JN LAUDER BALL ' Wedneaday. S.00 p.m. -JESUS, PILATC. AND WAS R1VERV1EWJUBLIC SCHOOU Knox Crca. ahor Drak Ave. SO a m. Sunday School. ia,10 am The Service.' rSt Lucas 'Lutheran'-' (Miiaourl Synod) McKay-Mi Noel M 1 runner. Paator. Tel. SH.J0J 10.19 a m SUNDAY -SCHOOL. 11.00 a.m MORNINCL.. SERVICE. 1.30 p m VESPERS ST. LUCAS Grade School: 100 Dulfrrln Rd. OUR SAVIOUB 714 Roorevelt Ave. W E Mueller. Paator. PAl-OsOi 0.4.. a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL. 11.00 a.m. MORNING WORSHIP e; !"Thl, li Tbe14t:K; Hear: CBOT Sundava. "The Lutheran Hour" CJET Sundaya. ASSOCIATED GOSPEL . ANNUAL '. ' ' ' PASSION WEEK SERVICES ' " - SPONSORED BK-THB . Ottawa Evangelical Ministerium " Guest reach tr DR. JAMES BEDFORD Palter. Bealak BaptTit Ckarrk, be trait, 'Mickiraa; Teraaer Prlaelpat, Leaden Bltle Collate, Lea earn, oat. APRIL 15 to 19 Mon. to Frl I p.m. .v.,,.; Theme: v : "Faces Around thjs -Cross1? 'V- : IX ' Soloist Mc Homer James- Good Friday Service April 19 1 p.m.io t p.m. Easter Sunrise Service, April 21 1.30 a.m. . -1 i ' " i . 7" w'Ajl. tenrlcet 1st tl . ,, V" GOSPEL TABERNACLE, 600 BANK SJ. . Metropolitan Tabernacle 453 Bank Street at Gladatone. P.OS a.m. Good News Program CKOY. " ii a.m. Open Session of the Family Bible School. 11.00 a.m Communion Service. ''THE LORD'S TABLE ; " ON THE MISSION FIELD." 7.J0 p.m: Missionary Rally: "MODERN MISSIONARY PROBLEMS SOLVED BY AN ANCIENt BOOK." ' Rev. Arthur Cavey at all services. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ, Scientist ! ' r - Metca.ll at Cllmtmr. i SUNDAY. 11.00 am aid 110 pm. I . . Subject: "UNREALITY". ' " Sunday SeliMl II 0 tm:" Wedneaday 00 pm, including ' I - TESTIMONIES OP CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HEAI4NO. - fre Readlni Room 11 Metrair StreeL Open Daily Except Sunday. . I CKOY "Kow Chrletlen Science Heali" 10 00 enry Sunday. PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLIES OF CANADA v Bethel S7 Waverley SkreetA fMMVASTER REVIVAL), April J-14. ' BETHEL PEVTECOeTL TAAEBNACLE 37t Waverley St. -BJ6V. GEO GREATOREX OP KITCKENETl. t Gueat Speaker. Sunday. 11 a m. and 1 0 p m WeeknMnU al 100 o'clock lEaojpt Mon and Sat) r COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS. ami-Sunday School. 1 30-10 on r mHymna er Hope; CKOY : Jt. Matthias Church ParkdalAvf. -'n Clerjy: Rev. Canon C. K. Roach; Rev. O. A. Xvanr: 00 a m Youth Corporale Communion. Poet Communion Breajntait. , ' 1100 am. Choral KuafcerUt. "THE HIGH PRIESTHOOD OP CHRIST." Preacher: The Rector. T no pm Evenaond: The Rev O. A. Evan. Tueaday. April Confcratiotil Supper. 0 SO p m. Church of Saint Barnabas, A. & M. Corner of Kent and Jamea Street. Rector: Roy: 1. W. Coraiah. PASSION SUNDAY. oo a m. Mattine. .S0 a-m Holy Communion. II 00 a m THE SOLEMN EUCHARIST AND SERMON. T 30 p!m. SOLEMN EVENSONG AND SERMON. -. "For lol between our alna and their reward. We act the Paaaion of ThySon. our Lord. . - HOLY COMMUNION AND THE PIVITrE CXTTTCE DAILY All' Saints Church Christ Church Cathedral Laurler Avnu B, in Chapel St. Spark St. near Bronaen. ReMor: Rv. John L. Duncan. M A. tx jn. Holy Comrnunion a m Holy Communion. u.oo a m Choral EucnerM 11 a.m.-undy School. The Rev. T H. O Driacoll. 11 a m oly Communion . 430 p.m. Uthedral Evenaoni. Dedication oe SMwmrd- The Very Rev. W, W. Davie, ahtp Intentiona. Den oi Nova Scotia. 7.30 pffl, Eventon: Lenten Noonday Service Wed , 7 0 ajn. Holy Communion Monday throiwh rriday. U 45 pit. rrl. 10 30 a m.-Holy Communion. The Very Rev. W. SI. Davta.. St Gearys Church I AH A' Trr, Baha'i. World Faith S.Sn a m. Holy Communion. Publle MeeUng 11.00 am Holy Communion -THr tcTmbgUARD " Sunday. .711 April. pm. - 0o"?mVEvenln; Prayer . "GOO IS MAN'S GOAL." ConreUonal Speaker: Mr. Roger While.' Hymn Sinfing SrobrirTTlt QUXSTIOif OXi AM welCOm quetUon perloa td' Special Lenten Service. follow addreaa. For Information Thuraday. AprM II I at pm. p,eiM phma CEJ-4104, CE4, Th Very RevT W. W. Davta. CEO-oSW W Eaatvlew SH-i4. - ...PRE SB YTERI A N Erskine Presbyterian St. Giles Church a - . at Bank Street at Ftret Avenue. Brnnaon Avenu at MacLaren si. Miniater-Miniater: Rev. BoberfGood. j togan-Vencta'. O.BX. O O. , . ' j jk u niMntn.1 Orianiat and Cfholr Leader: Ortanljt and Choir Director. . AnIU, 0rr ATCM. !nn, H- a. Brown. . ... ui.u. rtu. 10 00 .m. Main Church School, 43 a.m 'Miniater a ciaaa. . 11.00 am. Church School. aU 11 00 .m Nuraeryand department.. , Begmnera. tIM tin The Momlne Service PUBLIC WORSHIP STRIVING FOR PERFECTION n 00 jn. and 7 JO p id. V,T7rIvv?welcSo' DC Lotn.VencU .1 Both Service.. Knox Church St Steplxns Church j' "tg: 'rkd.l. Ava. t Sherwood Dr. Re H. Douglaa Stewart, B A. The Rv. George R Sparki. B A; UHun rorayih, Diractor ct Mualc Orgafliftt Mr. John Am Or Of. 11.00 a my The Miniater. . M .m;-Th .Mlnlto-. Mi MMVKlSs' Thuradaye 1 00 to 1.TS pm. . HOLYCOMMUNION. Devotional Period r'sW tbMt: " ..: 1.e!corn,y Mjr" "' it Andrew's rcB 4 Wetunitoa nd Kent Street. utuw. ' MinlatM" The Rev "A. Ian Burnett. OD Aaaiattnt to the Miniater: . The Rev, P. L. Sama. A. Organ let: . , . Mr. Carman H. MlUlgan. Mu. BC M. Mu. 11 00 m, MORNINO WORSHP?. The Mlmater. ' Admiaaion of New Communicanta. tl 00 int. NURSERY AND SUNDAY SCHOOL. 1100 roon TEENAGE AND ADULT BIBLE . CLASSES. . 130 pm EVENING WORSHIP. The Mmiater BTnde over station . CFIl A 1 30 1 r ' Gi-View Mertval RMd at Center Blvd. Be'. W J. Edgington. B-A , Paator. m Sunday' School. ' - IIS m.TM pm. . ' Goeet ttymMkt . EvangeaUt Jack Shriet. t" . Tuea t oo Ptaer nd - Sibl Study. DIVINE SERGE U.nUtt wt ptrlorm Jiving irrvict with tvtrj ( willing act nr life; we never perform it ml aft. ." ,' John Rusk in. . Suburban Services Morning Worahip, Nuiacry . and Sunday School. ST, DAVID'S In Overbrook Sonool. ung Qeorge a no quju. - , n 10 00 a i Tn Rev. David Smith. B-A..-. , ''!'" ST. MARTIN'S In Manor Park -Sonool. Hemlock nd Braemar. . 11.18 m. RvPlr Wotrierapoon, ST.-PAUL'S tn D. Roy Kennedy lain of Carting. ' The United Church of : Canada CENTRETOWN DOMINION Corner Metcalfe and Ouaen street Two block aoutk of Parliament K1U. Minuter. Rev. Maurice R MnLuhan. Organlat and Chotrnuuter: Mr. Malvin S- Yeo. ATCJ. 11 00 a m. "THE DIMENSIONS Or OOD'S LOVE." Churco School and Infant Nuraery. 7 31 10 p.m Priendattip Hour. Mr Allatalr M Stewart. MJ. for Winnipeg North. wkU apeak en "THE HOLY LAND TODAY, Lenten Service Wedneaday.-' 13 to - 13 Sg a m. Cafeteria Luncheon 13 00 . 1.30. ' - Vial tore warmly welcomed . CHALMERS O'Connor and Cooper Strta. . Mloittert: ' Rev. A. Lorurd Grlfftui, B.A.; Rev J. D McCrae. B A., OA : Director of Bellgiou Education:-Mi Jeaile MacLaod. BTA. Organut and Cholrmaateri Wtuiam rranca. ttutM, r C CO. t.tS am Youth Pelibwahlp and Young People' Claa. 11.00 .m. Infant Nuraery and Church School. 11 00 m "THE COMMUNION Or SAINTS.- . 7.00 pm Omn Recital by William Franc. 7 JO pjn-"THB FULL" GOSPEL." Rev. A. Leonard GraffiUt at botn aervtcei. td pm-FrierKlahlp Hour ki Woodaid HaM. Speaker: Ttm Honorable Donald Cameron, " - Wedneaday. 7 H p.m. Prepaaatory Service in the Cnwrit . STEWARTON Bank St. at Argyl At. Mlnlttvt Rev. Herbert W. Reid. B A . BD. Organlat: Albert J. Smith, AT CJ. . . .. '. am Orurch Bcttosl, 1100 am Nuraery, Beginner and Primary. 11 0 a m TN HIM 38 PEACE " 130 pm "IN THIS ilON WE TRJlrMPH." BELL ST. Comer su and Arlington. Minuter: Be. C. M. Currle, M A, BD.. Ph D. . Organlat: Mr. Arnold Earl. - A W C M. 11.00 m, Churcrt School 11.00 am. THE HILLS OP , GOO. 4. The Mount eg Olive " . Reception of New Member. i ju pjn HS SET HIS JACE TOWARO ERUSALEM." McLEOD Bank aad McLeod. . - Miniater: Rv, A D Walla. BA. BA. 41 am. lino am. Church School. II 0U am THE SCARLET THREAD OF , " HISTORY. nT 7 Srt p m Union Service. Frret Church at MeLaod United. Rev. H. E D. Aahford. DD. SOUTH OTTAWA ST.: JAMES Corner Second Av. and Lyon SL MlnUtera: Rev Robert W. McLauehun. B.AT.. BD. Bv. Wm Uoyd. B-A. Auiiunt to the HuUttw. . . .. OrganUt: H Brim well Bailey. U a m, Church School end Bible Claaa. .. 11.00. tv Nutaery end Play. Pen Nuraery .' , Junior Schoot up to year okt. ll.00.Sm. "THE ChOWN Qt THORNST- , mcvpnori ot new aicmoera. .Evening Worahip.. song service, and Meditation. Subject: 'THE CASTAWAY GARMENT 7 30 pjn.- GLEBE Firet Ave " nd Lyon St. RevLP. F.raaer..M .. O.D, 10 00 a m-w-lnter. and Senior Claaa!, 11 Wa rn. Nuraery to Junior Claair. 11 00 an. 'Reception of New Membera. 7 pm.'-Waa the Water Turned to W.te'," (The aober truth about the 120 fall, of new winet Jo. 3:1-11 AN who tc perpraxe! tptverut -thia atory art fpectally invited. SOUTHMINSTER Blank Street at Aylmer Avenu Rev. Char lea Donald, DD. Rev.. Roy Stafford, B D. Peroival Kirby. Mus.Bae, A.R.C.O. II 00 1 m THE PENDtrLVM. 7 JO pm COMES TH REVOLUTION. ST. PAUL'S EASTERN Corner of Dllyand Cumberland StreaU. Mtautert: Rev. A. M. i. Cray, DD; , . . Rev. Duncan. McRae. D.D. OrganUt and Choir Mailer: Mr. Percy Rutledgc, ll.tJ e.m. Nuraery School. -. 11.00 m ."Ttie PlainUv . Cry." ' 19.1S pjn Sunday School and mlntacer'a . eaa lor New . . a : Communicant. ' . 7.00 p jn f loai Sermon . Ml ttie erie Fce ' . About the Cro." "Th Faree ot the Thievre." . Dr. Gray -at both aervlceti ' EAST OTTAWA MacKAY 337 MacKay StreeL Rev. Frenk H. Morgan, BA.. BD, MlnUUr. Ivy 'Hewl. A R.C.T, OrganUt. . 11,00 ajW.Preption nt ; 1 ai . Confirmation Service. .?m Cantata: ' rTHEVEN LAST WORDS OF CHRIST" . , . ' .Theodora . Duboia. 'J .. Manor Park Sua lea vea St. Laurent and Hemlock et . $30 and 1030 am. WEST OTTAWA Sehoot, Woodroffe SouU 10.00. am The Rev. JohniA.-. Johnaton. Th.M , PbJJgf . ST. TIMOTHY'S hi Alt Vlata Publie Softool. itMMaii a no a Ma -Vieta. M.l a m Th Rev. John- A. . Johnaton. ThJd., Ph-D. Westminster Presbyterian 470 RooaeveH Avenue inea ByroB and Rlehinaavi Bowdl . Miniater: ' Tho Rev, R. Cume Cretlman. . MSI. M.A B.D. Organ ,4 1 and Choir Leader! Mr. S. Maroonld aVrmth. . I O a,rn -Mrt Bunday. ScemeL .11 00 am. Nirraery and Beginner. II 00 am. end 3fl pm i THE SACRAMENT OT THE -LORD'S SUPPER, PARKDALE Parkdala and Gladitou. '. '-' MinCiter; Rv Norman Coll. OB E, MA., DO. , " Be, Thomaa W Geacb. SA. ', ( Director of Muaie: Thomaa CMrnpton. L Ti' HM T. 11.00 am "THE GRAND AMEN". Rev. t. W. GMoh 7 30 pjn YOUNG PEOPLES UNION ANNIVERSARY. Preoetier: Rev. H w. Woof or. -B A . as, .of Eaetbrook United Churcn, Ottawa. , . Subject: "ONLY BEOUN." . r. : A friendly Church Invite you to Worship. WESTBORO fUvenniU and 'ChurchiU . MlnUtera: . ' Rev. I. H. Joblln. I t, B D. . Rev J. D Chapmia. 8 A. ID. Orianiat: V S. O Kane. Aaco rj.CH LRAJi MORNING SERVICES 10 00 and 110 . Sermon: The Lord'i Prvt. Ml "SVH TRESPASSES." ,.. Prweoher. Mr. Jobltn. I Bttnday School Seaaiona gt .. 10 no and II 30 m . -EVENING SERVICE 130 em. The Jttntor Tneetrv) will preaent M play "Hawd. Warrior of Cod ' WESTERN 4S Wellington Street. NMrett Church u MuU. ---MtntoteT! .. Be. Erncrr Barralte, BA. OrgWiai w-rj,-rffeetoir Mr. G. I. Weilac, . . - m Sunday School. 11 o a mNuraery School. ' ll.OS m "SURPNIS ATA PARTY," 1 00 p Lenten Serleal "SIXTH WORO TROM THE CROSS " A Priendly Churcei - Weieomea You. V. -ll ' -.! ' '' , .. s -v. -n , : - .

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