The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on January 24, 1931 · Page 10
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Mf BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE, NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1931. 10 RapOt $1 I 7:30 P.M. BROADCAST Tak. OVER "Why Young Men and Young Women I GREAT TEMPLE CHOIR t llvf Church For Live IVonle EVERYBODY til Corner Seventh Avenue Grecmcood Baptist Church Rev. FRAN'CIS W. O'BRIEN, D.D., Pastor Jlorninp; Service, 10:30 Sermon Topic: "SONGS IN THE NIGHT" ' A sermon for the depressed and lonely, beaten on life's highway. Bible School, 12:0" A Class for Every Age. Come ! Evening Service, 7 :-15 Sermon Topic: "PAUL and THE MARATHON RUNNER OR LIFE A RACE FOR A PRIZE" A Sermon for Younp People MUSIC CHORUS CHOIR - QUARTETTE SOLOISTS Come to This Place for Comfort and Hope Emmamtrl Saptxst (Elturrlt Coiner Lafavette Avenue and St. James Place Rev. GEORGE A. CLARKE, pastor MORNING WORSHIP AT 1100 "THE HOUSEHOLD OF FAITH" The Oidinanre of Baptism at Close of Mornins Worship VESPER SERVICE AT 4:30 "THE SUPREME QUEST" Bible School, 9:45 A.M. YOUNG PEOPLE'S HOME HOUR, 6:00 P.M. nrzmA cohihal n klcumk to auMW L iHarcu. I Marcv and Putnam Avenues I Rev. Wilbour L. bunders PASTOR. 11- ri -' -Mark Wayne Wi iams, D.D. Chi'rrh. l,. pulrif. llh rv. 3 ':43- Spcc.i Musica! Service jr-en Number hy O. W. redcrlrn -r.'lr hv p.itor P-unders: ten rnwtWMUvrs MODFUN LIFE " AND HANSON PLACE BAPTIST MARK JIAYNE WILLIAMS tasior , "1 :! A M WILBUR F.. 5.M.' XS. ,11 Preach I 0'- P.M riLVS BIBLE CONI-TRr.NCE I 4 ", P Mi GREATER COMMISSION l'HAN THAT ON PROHIBITION" "MILLIONS NOW LIVING ARE ALREADY DEAD" Hus will Vie the uMrcl of trie vrmnn , be rrrrhed by Ihe pastor Sunday tve-f ng at S:00 o'clock. Euclid Baptist Church Drew and MrH.nlcV Slreell Rev. L. B. CRVDEN, Pastor Uit-.le Sil'ooi. V-1 Momma Service ai 1 I -m PPt!.m at Close of Evenma S'tvice SIXTH AYLNLT; BAPTIST CHURCH c.rrr (,.., t !nl I 'n-oln Hre lr.-. b''." I""' r 1,'hir-h A :r:-r Ro. DAVID MILLER. Pa im .! A M " DIVISF. MF.TP!I"U UmiMIAN LIFE AND SLPA'ItT' '. 4.S P M I -V,N SHALL NOT LIVE BY B:'AD A ...! S n.r it it ItHh ., 1 ... .I.Oi H ' on First Baptist Church r, Avrnnr at K-" slr(-l RIVIMVWN D. I ORD. D.D. Minislei 10 A.M. HiLIf Srlionl 11 A.M.-Public Worship Scrmnri by Dr. Lord . t r.M. Covenant Mrellng Baptist Church ol the Redeemer f , i y. " .tf-n p no I'm'f ii'' 'i O i c R-v THOMAS WEARING V.i, (, t'f rnij Mf -Hirri-eiif'r D,..r; M P f.f r. ' .,i I'r! h 1 ' "o A U "A Gmitiprina Clirimniiy j. nn p v " , V;mjf -f Mn" naptift RUSSELL BROUGHER Life, Magnetic, Young Vreachcr 10:30 A.Nf. "For Christ's Sake" Anthems by Large Temple Choir BAPTIST TEMPLE Ai TLMfLE SQl'AHr Cor. 3rd and F'laihush Runway to Atl.innc. Psrific or Nevlns Stations STATIOS' WnnC-WCGU. Sli Meier Go Wrong 125 Members CORNELIt'S VAN RFE8 (.lini hnifltir ami U't';iit WELCOME Brooklyn's Orent DowntOA-n Church and Sixth Street. Brooklyn Christian Science BROOKLYN BRANCHES OF THE MOTHER CHURCH Th Kirst Churrh ot Chrlrt. Scientist. In Boston. Mais. Prrvlcei Are Held in Following Churrhes: FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST, ul Brooklyn. N. V. S W. Cor. of New York ve. and Dean St Services 8undBy. II A M. and 8 PH. Wednesday. 8PM Rendlnp Room, 12ttl bedrord Ave. SECOND CHURCH, 67th St., Between 3d and 4th Aves. Sunday, 11 A.M. and 8 P.M.: Wednesday. 8lf) P M- RendinR Room, lame address I'UIRU CHURCH. Fast 21st St. at Albemarle I;. I. Siinl;n. II A..M iiii'l K I'.M i-.lni's-rtnv, 8 15 P.M. Rendinc Room, 90H Flalbush tK Hour'- H A M totl .iuPM ifcednestla t, 7 I'.M. siiimIii.v, :t to P.M. FOURTH CHURCH Berkeley Institute Audi-to:lum. 1HI Lincoln PI Sunday. II AM. iVrdn"Sday. 8 P M Readlni! Room ilh Ave. Hours: ! M A.M. to 9 P M Wednesday to 6 PM. Sunday. 3 to S P.M. FIFTH CHURCH. Cor. 4Mh St. and 12th Mt Sunday. 11 AM. Wednesday. 8:15 P.M. Rrtidlne Room, same address. Hours: 1:30 to S P M. dallT. Ethical Culture BROOKLYN ETHICAL CULTURE SOCIETY Brooklyn Academy of Music SUNDAY. 11:00 A.M. Mr. HENRY NEUMANN RELIGION OF EINSTEIN" "THE Friend?. CHRISTIAN SERVICE FORUM Lafayette and Washington Avenuea 8 00 P.M. "FREE SPEECH" by ROCKR X. P.ALDWIN Exerutr.e secretary, the American Civil Liberties Union. The pretrrviit'on of r.ipMitutlonal liberties. Communistic at-d Fascist practices. YOU ARE 1NVITFD Interdenominational A 1 1 i a n r r aabrrnarlr BTCfr. PtrTt nenr Prim-i A'cn Rrv IRA E. DAVID. Ph.D.. Pio. m 4j am "G"i i Purpose In lliii Afe' 7 :tn p m. "Ihe Poor Man Who Cried lo Gnd" MidwrfU Service Tuesday, HTM Fr-.av. R P M . - Young People's Met'tlng wnos-oEvrn will may come i iitheran , gek::an' evangelical i CHURCH i lie-. I'ERKEM I!. PEIERS. Pa. to, ll MP, A M t'M)AY fHOOL inn i M - rv.t.isti si rvi' K II. 00 A ll -l.F.KMAN RKH VICE " DISTURBING QUESTION" I ! ST. PL ILK 5 LU 1 HLKA1N BEDFORD AVE.. NEAR DK KALB AVE. Rev J. O. F P.LAEPI, Pastor German 9.45 A.M. English I I :05 A.M. ?unv School 9:30 A.M.. 2:W P.M. New TliouK'nt V333 APELPHI .4 XT' "m;, .Guri'ln 11 AM XVpfinrdav and IT.n. fi PM Wm N Thililps, lecturer Tf.tpnune Nt . jn;; 8-7-3. C. E. Societies To Celebrate SOtli Birthday Christian Kiulnavorors PI mi Gollen Jubilee Pi a liquet in Brooklyn The Brooklyn Christian Endeavor Union will hold its golden Jubilee banquet at the Central Methodist V r Y Z n with the Rev. Dr. A. W. Beaven, i president of the Colga'e-Rnchester Divinity School, as gue:,t speaker. 1 Miss Ida Mae Crosman will preside. I This 5Mh anniversary will be cele-I brated throughout the entire world i by Christian Endeavorers with an estimated 4,000.000 yo'.itn people participatine, more than one million i being in the United States. The j I movement was founded on Feb. 2. j 1 1881. by the Rev. Dr. Francis E. j I Clark, a Congregational minister of j Portland. Me. Today there are 180.000 societies covering ol! races and almost every deno?n!nation. During the 50 years of Us existence 20,000.000 is the estimate of mem-1 bers. with the great majority still j living. Brooklyn has 39 societif-s out of the total of 2,800 in New Voik State. and will Join with 55 others in celebrating the Jubilee week. Tomorrow will be Denominational Ijpv, when the societies will celebra!e In their own churches, and Feb. 1 will be Empire State Christian Endeavor Day. At the banquet many former presidents will be present and large delegations of alumni, especially from Brooklyn. Queens and Long Island. An exhibit at tne banquet of old photographs of Endeavorers, conventions, outings and a great variety of newspaper clippings will tell the history of the society since its organization. Service of Lights At P. E. Church The Service of Lights JI be held tomorrow evening at th Episcopal Church of the Redeemer with a special musical procram. The Rev. Dr. Thomas J. Lacey, rectdr, will conduct the service, with Hie church darkened at first and gradually liRhted by the cumulative lighting of randies from the large Christ candle on the altar, urtil each member of the eongreiririon holds a lighted candle and joUis in singing "The Morning Light Is Breaking." Dr Lacey has returned from his Florida trip, where ne took part In the celebration of 'ne Oreck Epiphany, and is In chw-ge each noon of the Redeemer brrad line, where men from the street are fed regardless of creed or rare. This service will continue through January. .. Plymouth Service For Rohert Burns The 172d anniversary of Hie birth of the Scotch poet, Roooit Burns, will be celebrated at P'ymouth Church tomorrow nicht. Tie Brooklyn Scottish Select Choir-, tipder the direction of James F. Kt'OX, will take part in the projram. The choir is made up of 44 mixed voices, and will, be dressed in the traditional Scotch costume and carry bagpipes. The Rev. Dr. J. Stanley Durkee, pastor, will speak on "The Life of Robert Burns." In the morning Dr. Durkee 'will preach on "Lost and Found " Congregational t'eniresational jfjiyfCHURCHESlllflf ' ADUHESSrS I CHURCHES ) CAR LINE9 CENTRAL CHURCH t HHnrorlc Street, Ministers' Rev. S. PARKFS CADMAV. D.D FnHnnSnr" Between Bedford ' EDWARD D. STAPLES, Th.D. fa"e to PranklTn Ave : and Fl'iinklm Ave, DR. CADMAN ?AWrZ MoinmR, 11 A.M. 8,00 pM Mn Avp: Nostrum! Evening. 8 P.M. "CHRTST AND HIS ' PARABLES" Ave. to Hancock Bt. PiTsprt.prt by Flormn HcrtHHr, Sbnvpr c&?;v,.nd CLINTON AVENUE W Morning Pervlre, Rev. FREDERICK K. STAMM. Minister Fulton. Putnam ur- 11 AM . face cur to clmlon: Sundnv school H A.M. "The Uryent Business of vnderhllt Ave. to a ri.r; A M Heanin." Lafavette. 4 PM. Ol-Rim lieiiliil by Walter Wild. I Dnrrhrster Rosd FL'ATBUSH CHURCH B M T Brighton lo- and Eiist lBtli St Rev. WILLIAM E. DUDLEY, Minister ral to Cnrtelvou Rd - M-rntn, Worship. .1 U A.M.-' COUNTW, TE COST." ctoJU., ! Fvenlm Worship. Or. Ave. surfaee to Dor- . Churrh School. ! tj 8 P.M. "THF ROM'NCF: OF RIGHT- rhester Road, walk: ' Men's Forum. 9 45 ! HOt-N-SS." west, j i Mr. Mcl herson crMad's, LEWIS AVENUE , , . .. ,., , . or Gates Avenue I ' nomine in TO 10:30 A M. -Mornms Worship. Sermon: Bnrt Cir, to j chi.reh s.nooi "From Ihr Church Tw-rr" Lewis Aye ; Sumner " "" , Ave. surf see rprs to Mid. Wees Rrv. F.RNF.ST E. YOUTZ ' Madison St. ; W-d'le rln ..8PM ; Oren Ave. and OCEAN AVENUE , Mornm," Worsh oro MAHI'ON M'"EK- P"s,or oT Av,', H in !n 10 30 A.M., Morning Worship -Subject: Flatbush and Orean w o w , . "A VITAL CHURCH." Ave surface cars U Church School. 12 CHILDREN S TALK. BV PASTOR Avenue I. Vuuni; Peop.e 7 THF ci'Rlors FOX ' r R TO P.4 Youim Peopie's Supper. ! , .V(v:w.n.- parITslope ' "-.j-M? i-ireet W44 AM Morning Worship: station: 7ih Ave. Mornini. 10 4"i A'ldr- s trolley to 2nd St. u: Cho,'r'5 I Rev. W. A. R. McPlierson "Ji ZT ' j Asst. I'astor F'p : Si'isM Cun -i r ;. innal 8th Ave. lo 2nd St i I ' C'viTh , ; PLYMOUTH CHURCH . R. T. Subwuy lo Street, Cr STANLEY DURKEE. Minister J'Z near Henrv Dr. DtTRKEE Preaches Row cr to Ornnae Mornnii Worship. 11 11 AM. --"Lost and Found. " ft : also B. M T. tr Fvenlns Service. 7:i5 7:48 P.M. -"firntland's Bard -Robert ?v.wlk "m Bums.'' nrnnfcyn Sroltlsh 8no" D,oclt"-Kclect ciinir. Court and President SOUTH CHURCH I streets u,., iiiuiiai m, i i inn i;i i Minister I fny train to dnwn- Mnrnlni!, 11 A.M. H:C0 A.M. town Brooklyn: Court ... .,-, , . i, f'treet car to Presl- Evenlnn. 7 45 j lp i)( (() Optimism rient: church la on Run. Srhonl. 9:40 ihe corner. Mid-week. Wed.. 8 .... ' 'Christ's Authority Over Life TDMPk'''S AVTM 'K m or sur- TomrKlns Avenue 1UII1 fti.U rtl UtUL ,arp , Tompkins, . and Mi-Donoujh St. J. PFRCIVAI. Hl'('-n r".n::BT VOUTIf walk one block north. M'nKtcrs church Is on corner: Morning 11 1 1 :00 A.M. "T he Soul's Answer" HAlaev and Noa- Ficnina. 7 45 ., trand Ave surf4ce"av School 0-43 M,J'", 'sr.; Tompkins Ae. mm Week w-d 7:45 T.M.-Rook Sermon: surface car to the M!d-cck. W-d.. Th) UnrM ., Mf Yout dcor. News of the "The Garden of Eden" will be Miss Villa Faulkner Page's subject at her meeting on Wednesday evening In Stelnway Hall, Manhattan. Tomorrow mornlii3 she will address the meeting of tho Fellowship of the Life More Abundant in the Brooklyn Masonic Temple on "The Room of Honor." An Important meeting of the men of Grace P. E. Church, Manhattan, to which the rector and a lay repre sentative from a number of nclfrtv boring Episcopal churches have been , i ,,n k. h.M . ,-,; rni-n Club at 12:30 o'clock on Tuesday The Rev. Dr. W. Russeil Bowie, lector, will preach tomorrow morning on "Truth and Freedom." At the P. E. Church of the Incarnation, Manhattan, the second part of "Hora Novisstma, by Horatio Parker, will be sung at the i Choral Evensong Service tomorrow afternoon. John Doan. organist i and director of music, will direct. ! The Rev. Dr. H. Percy Silver will ! preach in the morning. "Two Kings" will be the subject of the sermon by the Rev. Dr. J. V. Moldenhawer at the First Presbyterian Church. Manhattan, tomorrow m o rn I n g. Selections from "Triumph of David" will be sung by the choir. In the evening Men-delssohn"s oratorio. "Elijah," will be sung by the full choir, with special soloists. The annual day of devotion sponsored by the Priest's Fellowship of the Diocese of Long Island will be observed at St. James' Episcopal Church, beginning with map? at 11 a.m. on Monday. The conductor of this quiet day will be the Rev James O. S. Huntington, founder of the Order of the Holy Cross, Wst Park, N. Y. This yearly privilege Is open to both clergy and laity. Luncheon will be served in the Parish House at 1 o'clock. Tomorrow evening at fie Buffalo Avenue M. E. Church the F.fV. C. F. Vohe will speak on "Can and the Oreat Rivalry." There will also be selections by the Junior Choir. The Rev. Dr. William Carter, pastor of Throop Avenue Presbyterian Church, will preach tomorrow morning on "Searching for God." The junior sermon will be on "The Warning Signal." The Junior Choir will sing. In the evening Dr. Carter will preach on "Calling on God. There will be a song service with song loader and the Senior Choir will sing under Prof. C. W. Allen. The Re". William S. F'nckshear. rector of St. Matthew's P. E. Church, will preach tororrow morning on "Saul or Paul" and in the evening nn "What Think Ye of Christ?" The adult Bible class will resume Its sessions in the parish hall with tea served after the class. The Rev. Dr. William Sheafe Chase, rector of Christ P. E. Church, Bedford Ave., will preach tomorrow morning on "What Can the Church Do to Cure Unemployment?" The Rev. John Barlow, pastor of Memorial Presbyterian Church, will preach tomorrow morning on "Life's Helpful People " The young people will hold a supper meeting. The Rev. Dr. Arthur Bruce Moss, pastor of New York Avenue Methodist Church, will preach tomorrow morning and evening. On Thursday evening Dr. William Felter, principal of the jirls High School, ft, syHViil ; ( ili., tfei'Bi"TWHllI'Wf' Churches will give an illustrated lecture on "The Passion Play." The Rev. James Lord, pastor of St. John's M. E. Church, will preach tomorrow morning on "Flying, Running, Walking" and at the afternoon ve.spers. On Wednesday evening he will speak on "Building and Battling." The Rev. Dr. John Howland La-throp, pastor of the Unitarian Church of the Savior, will preach tomorrow morning on "Spiritual Companions." In the evening the Rev. Edward J. Manning will preach on "The Menace of Cynicism." The Rev. Dr. Rush R. Sloane, rector of St. Luke's P. E. Church will preach tomorrow morning on "St. Paul." In the afternoon the church school will hold Its commencement. Dr. Sloane will speak at the choral evensong. The Women's Fellowship Bible Class of Plymouth Church will discuss tomorrow, "What Would Jesus Say About the American Ambition to Be- Rich?" with Mrs. Dorothy Hensle Jensen as leader. The Rev. Dr. Ralph Welles Keeler, pastor of Ooodsell Memorial M. E. Church, will broadcast on Tuesday morning, over WABC, on "The Man in the Watch Tower." Dr. Henry Neumann, leader of the Brooklyn Ethical Culture Society, will speak tomorrow morning at trie Academy of Music on "The Religion of Einstein." Mrs. Mary E. T. Chapln, leader of New Thought, will speak tomorrow morning at the Hotel Commodore on "Your Adventure" followed oy a healing service, 'y a healing service. The Rev. George Mahlon Miller, pastor of the Ocean Avenue Congregational Church, will preach tomorrow morning on "A Vital Church" and to the children on "The Curious Fox." The young pcopie win meet in the evening. Ted Mercer, widelv-knnu-n nvon. eclist, will be guest speaker at the mass meeting of the Rescue Society, Manhattan, tomorrow afternoon. Arthur Billlnes Hunt hnritnno and soloist, will assist in the service, un-r nicn me superintendent. Thomas J. Noonan. will preside. The Rev. Dr. William Norman Guthrie, rector nf Rr Moeir',- the - Bouwerie, Manhattan, will preach tomorrow morning n "Must 'Fable' for Love's Snlre r,nrh "TVntVi- in False Raiment?" In the after noon "Dante's Dream: A Dance Enaction" will be presented under the direction of Phoebe Anna Guthrie by members of St. Marks Choreographic Group. At the Episcopal Church of the Nativity the Nativity choir will sing Matthews' cantata "The Conversion of St. Paul" at the evening service tomorrow, preceded by an organ recital by T. H. Knight. The rector, the Rev. Charles P. Holbrook, will preach in the morning on "Eyes Which See." The Rev. Frederick K. Stamm, pastor of the Clinton Avenue Con-srecatlonal Church, will preach tomorrow morninu on "The Urgent Business of Hearing" and on Wednesday evening on "The Prophet Hosea." On Sunday afternoon the Drama League will meet with Miss Ethel Rockwell. In the evening the young people 'will meet for tea and discussion with John B. Wilshaw Jr. as leader In the subject "Is Progress a Delusion?" Cnnrr-rational Sltr (Ulturrlj itf tljt Pilgrims REMSEN AND HENRY STREETS Rev. JOHN C, WALKER, Ph.D., Minister :00 A.M. MORNINO SERVICE Dr. JOHN C. WALKER will preach SUBJECT: "THE PEACEABLE, AS ENEMIES OF PEACE" MUSIC BY SOLO QUARTET AND CHORUS 7:45 P.M. EVENING SERVICE: "OBERAMMERGAU AND THE PASSION PLAY" Illustrated Talk by Rev. E. E. Youtz Dr. WALKER WILL PRESIDE SUNDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1st ROSSINI'S "STABAT MATER" GRACE KERNS. Soprano DAN GRIDLEY, Tenor And a Full Chorus Directed by Mr. ALFRED G. CORNELL At' PLYMOUTH SUNDAY EVENING. 7:45 Orange Street, near Henry Brooklyn Scottish Select Choir Bagpipes JAMES F. KNOX, Conductor Dr. DURKEE Speaks "Scotland's Bard Robert Burns" Methodist Episcopal EMBURY METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Lewis Avenue and Decatur Street WALTER WESLEY WINANS ,w;. f.i .' 10 45 A.M. "CHOSEN and ORDAINED" "THE CHURg"aND THE WORLD'S NEED" EMBURY INVITES YOU Church of the Pilgrims Plans New Services Motion Piclnre Progrn'm Is Replaced by Lectures and Musical Evenings The Church of the Pilgrims will start tomorrow evening a new series of Sunday evening services to take the place of the motion picture services that have ' been going on for several years. The first will be an Illustrated talk on "Oberam-mergau and the Passion Play" by the Rev. Ernest E. Youtz, associate pastor of Tompkins Avenue Congregational Church and formerly connected with the Church of the Pilgrims. A social hour will follow the address. On Sunday, Feb. 1, a musical program will be given, with Rossini's "Stabat Mater" as the principal feature, the choir assisted by guest artists. On Feb. 8 an illustrated lecture on "The City of Churches" will be given by Charles Brook, who will d?scribe the historic churches ofthe borough and the part played by the Heights churches. Tnmnrrnw mnmlntt the Dastor, the Rev. Dr. John C. Walker, will preach on "The Peaceable as the Enemies of Peace." On Monday aiieninv a rpcpntlnn will be held for Dr. and Mrs. Walker. On Tuesday afternoon the Women s Guild tor Service will have Mrs. Kenneth J. Holllnshead speak on the Visiting Nurse Association. Church Club Plans Pastors' Reception Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church will welcome its former ministers and their wives At a re ception in the church rooms on Thursday evening. In addition to Dr. Alvin E. Magary, t;ie present pastor, and the Rev. John Ewing Stesn, assistant pastor, the following will be present: The Rev. Dr. Cleland B. McAfee and f ie Rev. Dr. Charles Carroll Albertson. former pastors of the church, and the following assistant minister?: The Rev Robert W. Anthony of Schenectady: the Rev. Frank L. Gos.nell of Auburn: the Rev. R. Paul Sehearrer of Washington: the Rev. F. Raymond Clee of Jersey Ci'.y; and the Rev. Basil Douglas Hall ot Northampton. Mass. Former assistants unablp to be present are Oeorge R. I.unn, a member of the Pub'ie Service Commission, detained bv injuries received In a recent automobile accident, and the Rev. James Forsyth Rigzs of the Board of National Missions. The reception Is held under the auspices of the Church Club, of which Henry MacKay Jr. is president. A program of music by members of the quartet of the church and readings by Miss Esther M. Forman will be given. ' The Rev. Mortran Phelps Noyes, nastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will preach tomorrow morning on "Inner Lteht or Darkness." In the evening H. Wilson Harris, of the London Dally News and an authority on international problems, will address an informal conference in the social rooms of the church. The Rev. Dr. H. T. Weiskotten. pastor of the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, will preach tomorrow morninst on "The Demand of Duty" and conduct the evening vespers. rohTfffat'onfl AMY ELLERMAN. Contralto FRED PATTON. Basso Methodist Episcopal NEW YORK AVENUE METHODIST CHURCH AT DEAN STREET ARTHUR BRUCE MOSS MINISTER 11:00 A.M. "ONE IN CHRIST" 7:45 P.M. "THE INEVITABLE" z Methodist Episcopal New Central Methodist Church Hanson Place and St. Felix Street Opposite L. I. R. K. fttwiwi BROOKLYN'S CATI IEDRAL OF SERVICE 11:00 A.M. JlTS, "LIVING POSITIVELY" SB Ed Rev. V- C. JUDD 3 i?-1 . "CHRIST TODAY" Dr. J. LANE MILLER CHORUS CHOIR-180 VOICF.S-BOTH SERVICES TALI ESEN MORGAN, DIRECTOR HAPPY SATURDAY NIGHTS 8:00 P.M. Ian. 24 Emil Closs, .Ian. 31 Band Concert, Swiss Hand Bell Ringer I Swedish Immanuel Band Immanuel Swedi'shMethodistEpiscopal Church Dean Street, near Fifth Avenue IVAR F. PEARSON, Minister Evangelistic Message (in English) by the Pastor "THE UNPARDONABLE SIN" Music by Immanuel Choir (40 Voices) Swedish sermon at 10:45 Topic: "HEAVEN" ("Hiinmelen") JANES METHODIST CHURCH Reld Avnua and Monro Street 10:30 A.M. y ' "THE CHRISTIAN FAMILY" Dran Karl R. Stolt, Hartford School of Religion, Speaker 1:4S P.M. Popular Evening Service "PERSONAL LIBERTY" Dean Karl R. Slolz, Speaker Dr. THOS. H. GALLAGHER, M.nitter Simpson Methodist Episcopal Church Clermont and 'il!oghby Avenuea Rev. Ernest A. Wall Morning. 10:30 Annual Thank Offering Service of Woman'i Mi-tionarv Society. Speakers Mri Dorr Diefendorf. Evening, 8: 00-Rev. F.rnent A. Wall Subject "Trie Preence of Jeiua" St. John's Methodist Episcopal Church Bedford Ave. and Wilson St. Rev. JAMES LORD. Mini.ter 10:45 A M. ."Flying. Running, Walking" 2:30 BIBLE SCHOOL 4:00 P.M.MUSICAL VESPERS Address by the Minister Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. Midweek Prayer Service BUILDINO AND BATTLING" Presbyterian Jefferson and TBALPRESBYTERLVNtH;S 3i- -J. I.OWRF.Y FENDRICH. D.D. H HORACE LUKENS, Th M. 11:00 A.M. -YOUTH SPRVICE Speaker: RICHARD VAN LENTEN "Effective Christianity Inside the Church"' Si-erker: STEWART CORNOCK "Kffei'tive Christianity Outsidi' the Church'' Srenker: Dr. FENDRICH "Is Christianity Deteriorating?" 3 7:4.-, P.M. Hj 45 A.M. Sunday School "A BEDFORD CHURCH GEORGE WELLS ARMS, Pastor 10:45 A.M. "WHY COD SHNDS TROUBU" 8:00 P.1X. ft IE SEX'EN AGES oi (he CHURCH Nostrnnd Ave. Dean Slreet Mornlnn Worship. 10:45 Evenlnn Worship, 8 Organ Recital, 7 40 GRACE CHURCH H. PAUL GUHSE. Minister 10:45 A M. "THE CHURCH" 8:00 P.M. "Bersheba The Deadline o( Enthusiasm" 4th in Seres ,1,11-E's CHAPTERS ltf Ot.D I ANDMARKS" Church School, 10 Unlllns with Church at 10 45 for Worship Vmine: People's Discussion. Group 7 Midweek Study Group. Wednesday. B 00 FLATBUSH CHURCH Rev. HERBERT H. KTFI.D. Minister 11 00 A.M "Why Nol a Troublesa. Happy W rld?' 8:00 P.M. "The Cod of Broadway and OberammerRau Foster Ave. Ac Best 23d St. Momtnit Worship. 11 Evening Service, B Bible School, S 45 V. P. Societies. 78 LAFAYETTE AVE. CHURCH Rev. ALVIN E. MAGARY, Minister 11:00 A.M. "The Wickersham Report on Prohibition" 7:45 P.M. "The Friends of An Upstart King," MEMORIAL CHURCH Rev. JOHN BARLOW. Minister 11 00 A M Musical Service Sermon: "Life's Helpful People" fi:00 P.M. Young People's Supper and Meeting Lafavette Ave. at South Oxford St. Morning Worahlp. 11 Evening Worship. 7:45 Seventh Ave. at St. John's Place Morning Worship, 11 Young People's Meeting at S o'clock Protestant Episcopal ST. SIMON'S CHURCH Avenue M and East 29th Street Rev. LOUIS A. PACKER RECTOR tt A.M. Holy Com munion. 0:H0 A.M. 'church School, preceded by fifteen-minute Choral Service. 11 A.M. Morning Prayer Hnd Sermon. B P.M. FvcnjionR end Addresn The Rev. Dr. Thomas E. Potter-ton, pastor of the Unlversalist Churrh ol Our Father, will prearh tomorrow morning on "The House In Order." L Methodist Episcopal G RACE METHODIST EPISCOPAL Seventh Ave. and St. John's place E. A. POLLARD JONES. Minister 11:00 A.M. 'MEASURING THEMSELVES" 7:45 P.M. "A GREAT GULF" Tiesbyterian t PENCE! OmemomalM CLINTON ano ONE .r.J-.J . '. X OP BIOCK BOHO WEST HALL Rev. F. E. SIMMONS, D.D. MINISTER ARTHUR BILLINGS HUNT MUSIC DIRECTOR 11 A.M. Professor GILBERT 3. PAY-NO R. Ph.D.. Principal of AlrxeiidrT HiM!ten Hinh School, on the "LIQUOR ISSUE" Choir of "I.N THE RrXUNNINO, GOD" Dr. Simmons A Helpful, Heart-Warm-InR Service. Popular Hymn Sinning and Afterglow with Mr. Hunt. SITTINGS FREE Mi if nun iii 'vAW lir K ca"T ' chian At Monroe Sirect Rey. P. A. MncDONALD. D.D.. Pustnr II A.M. "The First rhrl-ihin Martyr" 8 P.M. Mnsiril Perv;c bv the Choir Presbyterian Marcy Avenues DESPERATE CASE" Wednesday. 8 P.M. Prayer Meetlntc Fulton 'L' to Nos-trand Ave. Nostrand furfnre car to Lipnn j St. Brrcen surfft k car lo f-foUrnnd. i Stuyvesant A: Jefferson Aves, Fulton "L" to Troy Ave., or Piltnm Ave. Mirfuce car to Stuy-vcsanl. B. M. T. Brighton local to NcvWirk Ave. lihon, church hloclis Enl. Flat-hush surface car tn Foster, one block west. Subway to Atlantle Ave. Fulton St. "L" to Cumberland St. Oates. Putnam or Fulton surface to 8'Hith Oxford St. Peyenlh Avenue surface car to St. John's Place, church Is nn the corner. Also B. M. T. Brlahion line lo 7th Ave. I'rotcslant Episcopal Church of the Messiah Oreene and Clermont Avenues. Rev. St. Clair Hester, D.D., Rector. 8 A.M. Holy Communion. 9:45 A.M. Church School. 11:00 A.M. Service and Sermon. 4:30 P.M. Vespera and Address. Welcome to All. ST. PAUL'S CHURCH FLATBUSH Church Avenue and St. Paul's Place Rev. WALLACE J. GARDNER. D.D. Rector "in A.M. Hnl7 Onmmnnlnn. 8 nn A M.-Hniv Communion Choral. 1 1 nn A M Mnrnln Priivnr dn1 i'Tmf. 8.00 P.M. Evening Prayer end addrca. 60 j Voices mm lip

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