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gT. MARY'S CATHEDRAL, PA_NBLL» i 'FIFTH"SUNDAY IN LENT.- . ..LIST OF - ' 8 a.m.—Holy Communion. 11 a.m.—Morning .Prayer and ■Sermon.':,' .'"' 3 p.m.—Servjce for. Diocesan Institutions. 3 p.m.—Sunday School, In St. Mary's Hall. 4 p.m.—Holy., Baptism. . . . , ■._. 7 p.m. — ■Evening iPrayer and Sermon. .The Bishop's Misslbri Chaplain will preach at all the Services. .■' " '~'.. ' ■' .. - OT. PAUL'S CHURCH, SYMONDS-ST. 8 Communion. , ." '."-''. . 11- a.m.—Matins, Litany and Sermon. 7 p.mir-Evensobg and Sermon. • " ' 2.30 p.m.—Children's Service. -"'- ST. MATTHEW'S CHUR CH, WELLESLEY-ST: WEST. '•-'."' SUNDAY, MARCH 28. 8 a.m.. Holy Communion. 11a.m.. MornIng -Prayer and Sermon (preacher, REV. W. E. GILLAM); 4. 15 p.m.', Holy Baptism; 7. p.m., Evensong and Sermon (preacher, REV. DR. F. W: SUTTON, of Siena, Italy),- - Anthem, "Crossing the Bar" (Crook); offertory solo, "The Promised Land" (Lloyd), Miss Emily Moon. ." ai. MAT TH B W'S CHURCH, The Tower Is Open to Visitors eTery Week Day from 12 till 4.30 p.m. ,_..., . - Tickets. Sixpence each. .■. ; .-* , OT. THOMAS' CHURCH, UNION-ST. 8 a.m. —Holy Eucharist. 10.15 a.m.—Matins and Litany. 11 a.m.—Choral Eucharist. 7 p.m.—Evensong. Dally—Holy Eucharist, 7 a.m. . EPIPHANY CHURCH. — Holy Communion, 8, a.m.; Morning. Prayer and 11 a.m.; Confirmation; Class. 3 p.m. Baptism-, 4.50 p.m. Evensong" and Sermon, 7 p.m.—Preacher, The Vicar. HOLY TRINITY, DEVONPORT. FIFTH SUNDAY IN LENT. Holy Com.. S a.m. -.. • ';(, Children's • Service, 10 a.m. . . ~'... Matins, 11 a.m. Children's Monthly Service, 3. -Evensong, 7. Special Meeting of Parishioners, Wednesday, March 31,. Schoolroom. 8 p.m., to consider Celebration of Selwyn Centenary. IRKENHEAD (Anglican Parish of Northco te).—The Service of the Church of England will be held in the Foresters' Hall, at 7 "p.m. ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN 5 rcHUiRCH, AT/EEN-RD. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.—REV.' A A MURRAY. ST. JAMBS' PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, ~ WELLINGTON-ST. REV. R. L. WALKER, M.A.----11 a!m. — "A GOOD VIEW POINT OF LIFE." 7 p.m.—" THE EMPTY HOUSE: A PARABLE:" ' SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY NEXT SUNDAY. T. DAVID'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH KHYBER PASS. 11 a.m.—"The Seal Upon the Heart." 7 p.m.—"Better Than Battleships." Preacher; < THE REV. W. GRAY DIXON, M.A. Organist and Choirmaster. EDWARD S. CRASTON, Mns. Bac. ST. PETER'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH GREAT NORTH-RD. 11 a.m., "Prophet Priest, and King"; .7 I , p.m., "Britain's Dreadnoughts: Defence, ' Not Defiance." Preacher: Rev. R. Ferguson. Evening Solo, "The Heavenly Song," i Mr Thomas Moseley. | ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ' JBRVOIS-RD.. PONSONBY. I 11 and 7. REV. A. MACAULAY CALDWELL. 11—"What the Leaven Teaches." Children's Address—"The.Palm." 7—"ls There a Complete Theory of Life?" A Cordial Invitation. Books Provided. Ann. Coll. Church Extension Fund. Envelopes in Pews. jr-NOX CHURCH, PARNELL 11 a.m.—"Love Commendod." '* Children's Address—"Thorns." 7 p.m.—"Their Webs Shall Not Become Garments." Anthem, "The Only Begotten Son" (Varley Roberts). Preacher: REV. J. M. SIMPSON, B.A. All Seats Free. Books. Provlded. VONDALE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. —11 a.m., Mr. B. Johnston; 7 p.m., Mr. H. Mac Lean, M.A., M.Sc; HobsonvlUe 11 a.m., Henderson 7 'p.m., Rev.-A- Mac Lean. NEHUNGA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. I 11 a.m.—" The Limits of Responsibility"; 7 p.m., "The 'If That Cannot be En-1 I dured."—Rev. D. D. Scott. PAPAKURA - PRESBYTERIAN PARISH. I —Drury 10 a.m., Papaknra 11.30 a.m., i Clevedon 3 p.m., Ardmore 7.30. p.m.. Preacher, Rev. Thomas R.? Kearney,' Church of, Scotland Mission, I-Ohang, Oh—la. DEVONPORT PRESBYTERIAN I CHURCH.—II, Rev. Ivo E. Bertram, M.A. Anthem, "O, Lord, How Manifold." . 7, Rev. Wm. Trotter (of Epsom). Anthem, "O, How Amiable' Are -Thy "Dwellings"; | "Seek Ye the 'Lord. Anthem solo, Mr R. Cardno. 3.15, St. George's, Takapuna. ST ENOCH'S Presbyterian Mission, Mornlngslde. — 11 and 7, Rev. R. W.vlie. Everybody welcome. BERESFORD-ST. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. REV. H. STEELE CRAIK, Minister. 11 a.ui.W The Church at Thyatlra.'' 3 p.m.—The Men's Own. Subject, ." Factors In the Meeting of Men—Heredity and Environment " Introduced by Mr. C. E. Carnegie. Discussion to follow. 7 p.m.—■" Modern Theology and Things that Cannot be Shaken" (continued). Solo, " Shepherd of the 'Fold," Mr. Wm. I Astley. . ■\T E W T '0 N CONGREGATIONAL 'AN CHURCH. — 11—" Union with God"; 1 6.45", Praise Service, Old Hymns. Anthems, " Abide with Mc," " Beautiful Golden Gate."—Preacher, ißev. M. Bawden Harris. TV/rOUNT EDEN CONGREGATIONAL i-'J- CHURCH. — 11 a.m. — " KINDLING THOUGHT"; 7, "THE MASTER."—Rev. Wm. Day, Preacher. 7, Mount Rosklll Church—'Mr. James G. Gibson. - ' NBHUNGA CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.—Morning, 11 a.m.; Evening, 7 p.m. Preacher, Rev. J. H. McK^nzle. DEVONPORT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.—Rev. S- Griffiths. Morning, at 11; Evening, at 7. Wednesday. 7.45. BAPTIST TABERNACLE, - UPPER QUEEN-ST. - REV. fl. KNOWLES KEMPTON. 11 a.m.—" Bringing Men to Christ." 7 p.m.—" Theological Questions of the Day: in What Sense Is the Bible Inspired." Singing from 6.45. pONSONBY BAPTIST CHURCH, j I SUNDAY-SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. Morning, 11 Rev. James Wilson Afternoon, 3 .... Rev. Robert .Ferguson. I Evening, 7 ..' Rev.- A. North Special Singing by Scholars and Choir lat each Service. Collection on behalf School Funds. I TUESDAY. MARCH 30. I | Tea Meeting, 6-7. Admission: Adults, 1/; 1 Children, 6d. Public Meeting, 7.15. 19 RICHMOND BAPTIST CHURCH.— Morning at 11.—Rev. W. R. Woolley. Evening, at 7.—Mr. Jethro Look. ■ MT. EDEN BAPTIST CHURCH.—Morning, at 11, Mr. Emerson; Evening, at 6.45, Mr. Swinerd, of Feildlng. GRANGE- RD. BAPTIST CHURCH (Rev. Ernest A. Kir^oed).—ll, "The Needs of 'the North"; 6.45, "God's Day of Grace. Solo,' Mr. T. E. Whltton. Everybody. welcome. PSOM BAPTIST CHURCH.— Morning, 11 a.m., Mr. J. Waitklnson; Evening, 7 p.m., "Lost Opportunities/ Mr. H. Townshend. Mr. W. Aspluall will sing "The Children's Home" (Cowen); recitative' air, "Total Eclipse" (Samson). Anniversary Services Next Sunday: special singing. Preachers:. Revs. Kirwood, Knowles-Kemp-ton, and Mr McHattle. - CENTRAL HALL, COOK STREET. SATURDAY, 8 P.M. MR J. ISHERWOOD, The Lancashire Trance Medium and Clairvoyant ! Admission, 6d. . Also Sunday at 11 . a.m. Collection. 11 TODAY, Wharf, 11 a.m.: War Scare. Rellgion and Practice. All' in sympathy of International Peace Invited to assist. 69

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909

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