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• EOCrES-ksiTCAJ-, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, SYMONDS-ST. —Harvest Thanksgiving Communion, 8 a.m. and 12.15 p.m.; Matins and Sermon, 11 a.m.; Evensong and Sermon, 7. p.m. ... . gjT. MAKY'S -CATHEDRAL; PABNELL. EOU'RTH _UN_>A*_ IN __JNT..!. . . ' " ' "LIST -OF SERVICES. ; 8 a.m.—Holy i Communion. 11 a.m.—Morning Prayer,- Holy. Communion, an— Sermon. 3 p.m.—Sei-vice for "Diocesan Institutions. 3 p.m.—Sunday School, in St. Mary's Hall. '4 p.m.—Holy Baptism. It _ 7 p.m. —' Evening "Prayer and; Sermon. Preacher at all services,. the Rev. A. H. Colvile, M.A., Diocesan Mission Preacher." ■ CATHEDRAL ORGAN. THE DEDICATION, "By -the LORD BISHOP OF THE DIOCESE, Will take place on THURSDAY NEXT, MARCH 25, IBeing the.Festival.of the .Annunciation of -the Blessed Virgin'-.Mary. -' The Special 'Service., will .begin at 7.30. p.m., and will be followed by a Becitalon the New Orga.ii. Collection will be for the Organ Fund. T. MAT TH E W'S CHURCH, WELLESLEY-ST. WEST. SUNDAY, MARCH 21. - 8 a.m.. Holy Communion. 11 a.m.. Morning Prayer, Sermon, and Holy Communion (choral); preacher,. THE RIGHT REV. THE BISHOP. 4.15 p.m.. Holy Baptism. ' p.m., Evensong and Sermon; preacher. THE BIGHT REV. THE BISHOP. Anthem, "Consider, and Hear Mc" (Carl Pflueger). gT. MATTHEW'S CHURCH, The Tower Is Open to Visitors every Week Day from 12 till 4.30 p.m. Tickets, Sixpence each. CST. THOMAS' CHURCH, UNION-ST. 8 n.rn —Holy Eucharist. 10.15 a.m.—Matins and Litany. 11 a.m.—Choral Eucharist. 7 p. a.—Evensong. Dally—Holy Eucharist, 7 a.m. Tj-'PIPHANY Communion, AA 8 a.m.; Morning Prayer, Sermon, and Holy Communion, 11 a.m.; Confirmation Class, 3 p.m.; Baptism, 4.30 p.m.; Evensong 1 and Sermon, 7 p.m. Preacher, THE VICAR. rpHE LAI'MEN'S LEAGUE OF THE* A- CHURCH OF ENGLAND. OBJECTS: (a) The Association of Lay Churchmen within the diocese of Auckland for the purpose of Defending the Rights of the Laity against the encroachments of Ecclesiastlcism lv matters appertaining to Church Government and Church Ritual, (b) To Educate, by means of Literature, Lectures, and Open Discussion, the Church people of the diocese regarding the Dangerous Character of the Homeward movement within the Church, (c) To Devise and make known among Churchmen an effective Mode for restraining and dealing with the evils referred to in "A" and "B." This League Is now being formed. Members of the Church of England in sympathy with Its objects and desiring to be associated with the League before Its public inauguration are respectfuly invited to send in their names and addresses on or before the 31st inst. to any of the following Members of the Provisional Committee, or by letter addressed "Bos 247, G.P.0., Auckland":—S. L. Abbott, Bemnera; R_ Bedford, Ponsonby-rd.; R. R. Hunt, Parnell; I. H. Marshall, Mt. Albert; G. 0. Rollinson, King's Court; J. B. Salt, Tole-st.; W. J. Speight, Epsom; H. Symons, View-rd., Mt. Eden; J. Warnock, Richmond-rd.; F. Whitehead, Vlctoria-st. W. Q<T. ANDREW' 3 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, ALTEN-RD. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.—REV. A. A. JMURBAY. Collections for Home Missions. CjT, JAMES' PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 10 WELLINGTON-ST. 11 a.m.—Preacher, REV. J. J. CAIRNEY (Walkouaitl). 7 p.m.—_Tß. HECTOR MACLEAN, M.A., M.Sc. Anthem: "Thy Barns Shall Be Filled With Plenty" (Simper). X. DAVID'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH KHYBER PASS. 11 a.m.—The Rev. W. Gray Dixon, M.A Subject, "This Thy Day." 3 p.m.—-The Rev. Thomas Ramsay Kearney, of the Church of Scotland Mission, I-chang, China, will address the Sun-day-School. 7 p.m.—The Rev. W. Gray Dixon, M.A Subject, "Court and Church." 7 p.m. Service —Anthem, "O, Praise the Lord" (Earl of Wilton). Organist and Choirmaster, EDWARD S. CRASTON, Mns. Bac. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTEJiIAN CHURCH. JERVOIS-RD-. PONSONBY. 11 and 7. REV. A. MACAULAY CALDWELL. 11—"Frugality." Children's Address, "The Phonograph." 7—"The New Theology: A Strong Statement by One Who Has Renounced It." A Cordial Invitation. Books. Provided. tTT'ETEK'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH GREAT NORTH-RD. 11 a.m.. REV. OSCAR MIOHE.LSON, Missionary from Tongoa, New Hebrides, and author of book, •'Cannibals Won for Christ" 7 p.m., KBV. G. W. J. SPENGE, of Grafton>rd. Wesleyau Church. YjM.B.C. meets at 9.45; subject, "Publican and Sinner." _\ LUKE'S PRESBYTERIAN, . JvEMUERA. . 11 a.m.—EEV. T. B. KEARNEY, Church of Scotland. Mission, I. Chang, China. 7 p.m.—MISS FLORENCE YOUNG, Malayta, Solomon Islands. 7 tFnOX CHURCH, PARNELL 11 a.m.—MR HECTOR McLEAN, M.A., B.Sc, Assembly's Home Mission Deputy 7 p.m.—REV. MR KEARNEY, M.A. Church' 'of Scotland Sllsslonary, from China. Anthem, "Teach Mc Thy Ways" (Gounod); offertorium, "O Rest In The Lord" (Miss Slsson). Special Collections for Church Extension In New Zealand. Minister: REV. J. M. SIMPSON, B.A. VONDALE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. —Completion of ' Renovatlbns. Reopening Services, Special Hymns. Anthems, and Solos. 11 a.m., 7 p.m. AVON-DALE SOUTH—3 p.m.—Rev. P. P. Scott. T. ENOCH'S Presbyterian Mission, Morningside. — 11 and 7, Rev. R. Wylle. Everybody welcome. NEHCNGA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Morning and Evening, THE REV. A. McLEAN. T\EVONPORT PRESBYTERIAN J -' CHURCH. 11—"Making the Most of One's Life." 7—"What Am I Here For?" Anthem, "The Radiant Morn." Octette, ''God So Loved the World" (Stainer). George's, Takapuna. REV. IVO E. ©ERTiiAM, M.A. IRKENHEAD FORESTERS' HALL.— Presbyterian Service will be held Sunday at 7 p.m. BERESFORD-ST. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. REV. H. STEELE CRAIK, Minister. 11 a.m.—-"The Church at Pergamum." 3 p.m.—"The Men's Own," In the School ■Hall. Subject. "The Making of Men" (continued); introduced by Mr. H. Thomson. Discussion to follow. 3.15 p.m.—lv the Church.—Missionary Address to School and Bible Classes, by (Miss Florence Young, of Solomon Islands. P-Tents and friends Invited. 7 p.m.—"Modern Theology, and Things That Cannot Be Shaken." EW TO N CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, EDINB'URGH-ST.—Morning, 11; evening, 6.45.—Hey. M. Bawden Harris. OUNT EDEN CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. — Harvest Thanksgiving Services. Special Music. —11, Rev. W. R. Tuck, M.A.; 7, Rev. Wm. Day. 7, Mount Rosklll Church; Rev. H. Young. EVONPORT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.—Rev. S. Griffiths. Morning, at 11; evening, *.t ?- i

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