There was a good attendance at. the POncial in tf cation service nt Funch Farm on Sunday, tha R=v A H. Julius officiating. DUVAUCHELLE. The special intercession service at Duvauchelle on Sunday at 2 80 p.m., was well attended, the Eervice being a bright one The service was conducted by tbe vicar, Rev A, H. Julius. WAINUI. The special war intercession service will be beld at Wainui on Wednes day pvening next, at 8 p m., when tbe Rev. A. H. Juiius will officiate. ST. PETER'S CHURCH,' AKAROA. . There was a large at St. Peter's Church on Sunday evening, for the special intercession for the King and Empire at this time of the war Special ti'ymna were sung and a special Litany recited. The vicar, Rev A, H Julius, in big sermon, spoke of the value of prayer and the need of intercession at this time of the Em pire's struggle with the great military power of Germany. TRINITY CHURCH AKAROA.
There was a large attendance at the Akaroa Presbyterian Church on Sun day night, when a special intercession =ervice was held for the King and Bmpiro. The Rev. J W Hayward preaching from Ihe text. "Ye Hive not 'ptssf'd ■<hi -> way heretofore, ' ap Ldied'he wo'd-i to the great nmiontl erisi-< which we were pa-ising. •Religionand pafciioti**m were the bul warks of a nation, aud probably greater demands would be made upon these during the coming year than ever before. Tho situation demanded new courage and confidence, and they should be prepared for whatever sacrifice they might be called on to make in the Empire's cause. At the con elusion of the service the National Anthem was sung with great fervour,
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INTERCESSION SERVICES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3467, 5 January 1915
INTERCESSION SERVICES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3467, 5 January 1915
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