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THE CHURCHES.

SUNDAY'AND" WEEK NIGHT SER--driOBS; AND JEBETINm <7 ; l * ■‘V&ypß?, Wobst.;, ■ , , Biv,' A/ W. Handfc, Incumbent. MornSmAlfeeryice,at 'll' ‘ljLin.", Mt' J. Saudm StUptih i2.3o_p.mA ' E venfa§^b6r30 r p.‘mi, J. ; COUNTRY SSBWtCBa— StJItDAYj Mr J. Ward Seafield, 3 p.m., Mr G. Jameson Moun^Somfers, 11 a.hi, Rev. A W. Hands Alfortfcßhuh, g*pmy RetfAA. W; Hands Alford StlMitorf/ ?! p.m.. Rev; A W. Hands “- 1 hi t RAKAIA PARISH; 1 BeWi -Er B. T Ghambeps, Incumbent.' St Marker Ghhrcb/RakaiaL— Morning At 11,-Lay Reader. Evefaing, at 7, Rav. B. V St. John’s, Barrhill, 3 pm, Lay Reader St Barnabas, Methven, 11 a.m., Rev. E. IS.: Chambers ' V All Saints," Sherwood, av 3 p.m., Rev. E. -BioChatHbera ' r : StsfaooT, 3 p.m / Lay Reader. Comrffumon.—-First Sunday in the month at St. Mark’s. SeUohd Sunday at St. John’s. 7 ■ FoutßiSuriday at St. Barnabas’. Fifth Sunday at St. James’ and —411 —Saiffta “alternately: - Baptin £t L tylark’p, : a P d t Children’s, Service at 3 p. m., ‘second Sunday in themonth.. . . , “ 'SuNhAY ■S.OfiOOX., , St. M&ita, every Sunday,. , J , J . A’. , Fwday., , ptipir Practice at St'Markh. v '’ ‘ ' ' ' , PRESBYTEJRIAN , SHURCH. Havb"lockStebet/West. Rev. A. M Beattie, M.A., Minister. Sunday Services. Morning aP 11, -Rev. A. M; Beattie; Evening at 6.30, Rev.-A. M. Beattie. Sunday School 'in the OKiirch’ at_ 2.30 afternoon. —Mr A. Orr, - ■ Superintehdent COUNTRY SERVICE. : Flemington, 3 pjm. V Rev. A. M. Beattie. 1 Tuesday. ■ . :r - v Finance Committee —First -i Tuesday ■of every month, at 7.30. ' ■! >'•;* S. S. Teachers’ Association—Second Tuesday of every month, at 7.30. - Wednesday. Week night - Service at B—Rev. A. M. rastor'e—Bible Glass in the Church Vestry—Weekly at 7. r __ [ Thursday. . Tlnwald School—Weekly, service at 7.30, Rev. A* M- Peattie

-•) ~,.FWDAY. . : Ohoir Practice at 7,BP—Mr. Alex. Crap'ghead/iisojjductpr; Mr. A. Stott, organist. WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. —Cameron Street, East. • : Rev. W/ Keall, Pastor. Sunday. Morning, ’ prayer meeting at 10; service at'llvßev.'W.Keall Sunday’School at 2.30. ! Evening Service, at 6.30, Rev. W. Eea 11 COUNTRY SERVICES. Old Mfeh*s Home, 3 p.m., Mr H. M. Carson WiUowby, U - p. m., Rev; W. Keall Wakanui, 2.30 p.m., Mr J. Alison 3eaf1e1d,2.30 p.m., Mr J* Olsen. 'Sunday School, at 2.30. - 'h'v V -Tuesday;.’ *•••• Glass Meeting, at 7.30 p.m. ' Thursday. Divine Service, at 7-30, Rev. W. Keall Friday. Ohoir PraCtice at 7.30.—Mr. Ray,Coi’ductor ' ' v PRIMITIVE METHODIsi’ CHURCH. ; ’' ’Street, ’Eisf/ ■ ’ Rev. Jdhi Nixoti, Minister. ' r - v -,... S^N^y.'' I '' Morning School at 10 a.m. Morning-Service, at 11 a.m., Rev. J. Nijon Evening, at 6.30 J-Rev. J. Nixon ‘' Monday., lAdifs’; fh® Qhnnsh 07. X 1 ■"''''■Tuesday. ' r Divine" Be#vice/ ! sit''7 |>.m., Rev John Nixpp . WW ;’-';,V' ->> Wednesday, Choir practice, at 8 p. m. Thursday. Class Meeting at 7.30 p.m., Rev. John Nixon NBWLANDS PRIMITIVE MRTHODIBT CHURCH. ,- ; Sunday;" Morning’ School,' 9.30/ Service at 11 a.m. (Mr Dailey), and 6.30 p.m.’ (Mr Lloyd) ' f ‘ ’ ASHBURTON PORKS. Sunday-Afternoon Service at 2.30, Rev. Nixon ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL.— Burnett Street West. {Blw. Feather Coffeyi ■: \ ‘ Ist Mass, 9' o’clock '; ' 2na o’clock, on the Ist, 2nd, and 3rd and pth' /Sundays ( when; one oocUts) of /the; month. Raiujm,„ r .. ( . Mass, at 11 o’clock, ‘4tli Sunday of the month.

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THE CHURCHES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 501, 25 November 1881

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THE CHURCHES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 501, 25 November 1881

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