r ST. PETER'S CHURCH. Sp°cial wan, services were held at St Peter's Cbnrch on Ruflday morn-
ing and evening, fche Vicar (Rev A H. Julius), offioi*ting In the evening special prayers were offered up. and the Litany,-recited. The 69th Psalm was chanted and special war hymns Bring.- Tba "Vicar preached tro'n Isaiah, 80, 15, "In Quietness and Confidence Snail Be Your Strength." TRINITY CHURCH. Special war service" were held at Trinity Cbnrob,. Akaroft, both morning and evening Appropriate psalms and hymns were su&g Tbe .Rev, J. W. Havward in tbe evening preached from Psalm 7610 —"Surely thR > wrath of man shall praise Thee, the remainder of wrath shalt Thou re strain." At the conclusion of the service all - joined in pinging tbe National ' Anthem. DUVATJOHELE'S BAY. There was a large attendance at St. John's Church, Duvauchelle, on Sunday aftprm '*~ wben a epeoial war service wae held, the li.v ' A. H. Julius officiating. THIS WEEK'S SEBVICES.
There will be a special servioe of infers" - eion for war at St. Peer's Church, Alrr" i. * at 8.30 p.m. on Wednesday. An intercession service will ba held n* S John's Church, Duvauohelle. onThiusdty next at 7.30 p m.
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CHURCH SERVICES, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4420, 11 August 1914
CHURCH SERVICES Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4420, 11 August 1914
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