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THE CHURCHES.

SUNDAY AND-WEEK NIGHT SEB--1 VICES AND MEETINGS.

EPISCOPALIAN CHURCH; — Tancred .., Sxree;t, West. Rev. A. W. Hands, Incumbent. Sunday. Morning, at 11, Mr. J,‘Ward. Evening, atG.3O, Mr. J. Ward. Sunday-school, at 3 p.m. Wednesday. Evening Service: at 7p. m., Rev. A. W. Hands. Choir Practice at 8. Thursday. Sunday School'Teachers’ Meeting, at 7.30 p.m. /: .Country Services —Sunday. Tinwald, 3 p.m., Mr, J. Ward. Longbeach, at 3p. m., Lay Reader. Mount Somers, 11 a.m.. Rev. A. W. Hands. Alford Forest, ■ 3 p.m.. Rev. A. W. Hands. . . ' _ . „ r Alford ;Station, 6 p.m., Rev. A- W, Hands. , ' RAKAIA PARISH. Rev. W. H. E'ton, Incumbent. Sunday. - St. Mart’s'Church; Rakaia.—Morning at 11, Lay Reader. Evening, at 7, Rev. W. H. Elton. St. rJohn’s, Barrhill, 3 p.m., Lay Reader. St. Barnabas, Methven, 11 a.m., Rev. W. JEL Elton. . Kyle. School, 3 p.m., Lay Reader. All Saints, Sherwood, 3p.m., I>ay Reader. Communion. —First Sunday in the month at St. Mark’s. Second Sunday at St. John’s. Fourth Sunday at St. Barnabas’. Fifth Sunday at St. James . Baptism in St. Mark’s; and Children s Service at 3 p.m., second Sunday in the month.

• Sunday School. St. Mark’s, . St. John’s, and Kyle, at 2.30 every Sunday. - ' r , 'EkiDAY.

Evensong and Choir Practice at 7.30. St. .Mark’s.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.—Havelook Street, West. Rev. A. M Beattie, M.AI, Minister. Sunday Services. Morning at 11, and 'Evening at 6.30, in the Church.—Rev, A. M. Beattie. Wafcertbn Library Halil, at 3 p.m., Re r. A. M. Beattie. Sunday- School in the Church at 2.30 afternoon.—Mr. W. Gavin, Superintendent. . Tuesday. Finance Committee—First Tuesday of every month, in the Church at 7.30. S. S._,Teachers’ Association—Second Tuesof every- month, in the Church at Wednesday. Pastor’s; Bible Class in the Church Vestry—Weekly at 7. Week night. Service at .8 —Rev. A, M. Beattie. - Thursday. Tinwald School —Weekly service at 7.30. Friday. Choir Practice at 7.3o—Mr. Savage, conductor Mr. A. Stott, organist. RAKAIA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. '—Town Hall, Rakaia. Rev. B. J. Westbrooke, Minister. ' ‘ Sunday. Rakaia Town Hall at 11 a.m. Kyle School, at 3 p.m. WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. —Cameron Street, East. Rev. W. Keall, Pastor. Sunday. Morning, prayer meeting at 10 ; service at 11, Rev. W. Keall. Evening,- at 6.30, Rev. W. Keall; Fellowship Meeting after Service. Sunday School —Afternoon, at 2.30. ; COUNTRY SERVICES, Old Men’s Home—Afternoon, at 3, Mr. G. W. Leadley. Tinwald Evening, at 6.30, Mr. G. W. Leadley' Willowby, at 3.p-m., Mr. J. Alison. Seafield Afternoon, at 2,30; Sunday School at 1.30. Wakanui, at 2.30 p.m., Rev. W, Keall. I. - ; Monday.' Cameron Street Church—Prayer meeting at 'eight o’clock. Tuesday. Class Meeting- at 7.30. Thursday. Preaching Service at 7.30, Mr. J. Buchanan ; Class at the conclusion of the service. , ... , - Friday. . Choir Practice; at. 7.30. PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. —Wills Street, East. ReV. Arthur J. Smith, Pastor. - •:' . Sunday. , Morning School at 10 a. m. Morning Service at 11 a.m., Rev. A. J. Smith. Afternoon' School at 2.30 p.m. Evening S®m®® at 6.30 p.m., Rev. A. J. Srdith. : Monday. ladies’ Class—ln the Church at 7.30 p. m. Tuesday. . Divine Service,. at 7.30. Rev. A. J. Smith.’ . • . . . v ’ THtriISDAY. . Class Meeting at 7.30 p.ni.’ ; Friday, ■ Choir practice at 7.30 p.m. HEWLANDS PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. i: •'Sunday.’ # Morning School, 9.30. Service at 11a.m. and 6.30 pi m. Mr. J, W. Maidens and ASHBURTON FORKS. Sunday Afternoon Service at 2.30 Rev. A. JV Smith; ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL. • 'Burnett StEbet West. : • Rev. Father Chervier. Mass at 11 a.m. on the second Sunday of eveiy month. Benediction service in the evening of the same day at 6.30.

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THE CHURCHES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 202, 27 November 1880

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