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t-g.- %3 J ' A ■ <' J rnHB . METHODIST CHURCH. X. '.'..'. PITT-ST. CIRCUIT. -"- ■ PITT-STREET—II, Mr H; Field; 6:45, Rev. J. A. Luxford. Subject -"The Empire with a- GOD-GIVEN POWER and her SUPREMACY ON THE SEA:" , Anthem, "I Am Alpha" - (Stainer). Solo by MissBouskill. .- MOUNT ALBERT—II, Rev...J. A. Lnxford; 6.45, Mr W. J. Holds worth. TRINITY, KINGSLAND—II, Mr 3. Leafe; 3, Mr C. H. Poole, M.P.; 6.45, Rev. A. N. Scottnr, B.A. ARCH HILL—II, MrT. T. Garland; 6:45, Mr H. Field. ' * AVONDALE—II, Mr R. E.. Dowle; 6.45, Mr W. Chlsholm. N.B.—On Wednesday, 31st Inst., the Quarterly Meeting will be held '.'at the Kingsland Church. Full attendance re-v quested. JJETHODIST CHURCH. AUCKLAND EAST CIRCUIT. GRAFTON-RD.—ll. Rev. G. W. X Spence; 7, Rev. W. R. Tuck, M.A. MT. EDEN.—II, Rev. E. Cox; 7 Mr. F. W. Stone. NEWMARKET.—II, Rev. W. R Tuck, MA.; 7. Rev. E. Cox. PARNELL MISSION — 11, Mr F. W. Stone; 7, Mr R. J. Emerson." ...... REMtPER'A.—7, Rev. G. W. J. Spence. Valedictory Service, followed by Holy Com-1 munion. { PANMURE.—3. Mr. R. J. AdlingtOn., METHODIST CHUSCH. •AUCKLAND WEST CIRCUIT.. ! ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, PONSONBY.—II,I MR. W. MARSHALL; 6.45, REV. GEO J BOND. Anthems:' Morning, "King of Kings": Evening, "The Lord is King:" BAYFIELD—II, RBV. GEO. BOND; 6.45,, MR. SCRIVEN. | TTINGSLAND METHODIST CHURCH. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES ' Will be held TO- MO BROW. I PREACHERS: Morning—Mß. LEAFE. Afternoon—Mß C H. POOLE, M.P. Evening—REV. A. N. SCOTTER, B.A Solos will be gi*en by Mrs Betbune and Mrs Rutledge. Quartets by Misses Finch and Rosser and Messrs Kays and Rutledge.' 32 BVONIORT -METHODIST CIRCUIT SERVICES.—SUNDAY, MARCH 28.— DEVONPORT: 11, Rev. T. Fee, President of Conference; 7, Mr C. H." Olds. "SUNNYSIDE; 3, Mr C. H. Olds; 7, Rev. T. Fee, •President TAKAPUNA: 11 and 6.45;. Rev. R. Taylor, Church' Anniversary. . . IRKENHEJAD METHODIST CIRCUIT, BIRKENHEAD—U, Rev. G. S. Cook; 7, Mr. G. Wilson. NORTHCOTE—_t Mr Collis; 6.45, Mr. S. Stone. BIRKDALE—7, Rev. G. -S. Cook.(Farewell Service) MAYFIELD—3,' Rev. G. S. Cook (Farewell Service). jya-ETHODIST TypsSION. EAST-STREET HALL, NEWTON. 11 a-m.-T-Mornlng- Service.: REV.- A.- NORTH 1 p:m.—The Peopled Service: IN MEMORIAM TO OUR LATE SISTER OLIVE NEIL. ' Preacher, REV. JAMBS WILSON, .Superintendent; "CHRIST IN YOU THE HOPE OF GLORY." Solo, "NOT,. MY OWNi" MRS. HUGH KASPAR.- Young and old find Inspiration and help here. HELPING HAND MISSION, FREEMAN'S BAY. 11 a.m, :—■ Morning Service — Messrs A Allen and W. A. Burley (Students) 6.30 p.m.—The Hymn Service. 7 p.m.—SERVICE FOR THE PEOPLE. Preacher. ME. ALLEN. Soloist, MR. WRIGLEY. COME, AND WELCOME. AUCKLAND BROTHERHOOD, EAST-ST. HALL. 3 p.m.—Brotherhood P.S.A. Service. Speaker, REV. W. SLADE.- -Soloists, Miss Kate Best, "Green Hill . .Far Away," and Mr. McDougall. .-,-.. All are Made Welcome at this Meeting. "PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCHES. ALEXAINDRA-JST.—II. Rev. H. Cottom; first service in New Zealand. 6.45, 'R«v. J. Cocker; strangers Invited. PITT AND EDWIN STREETS.—II, Rev. J". Cocker; 6.45, Rev: A. Harris. ■NEWMARKET.—3, Berr. A. Harris; 6.46, Mr. A. Beer. MT. .ROSKILL.—II, 'Rev. _t. Young; 6-45, Rev. H. Cottom. GRiEAT NORTH:R_.—II, Rev, A. Harris; 6.45, Mr. J. Watkinson.. . RIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCHES. —FBANKLIJV-RD.—ll a.m., Bey. J. Carlisle; 6.45 p.m., Rev.. R. Raine. RICH-j MOND-RD.—ll a.m.. Rev. R. Raine; 6.45' p.m., Rev. 3 Carlisle. W'ATERVIEW—3 p.m., -Bey. J* Carlisle; £.30 p.m., Mr Viggers; ' __ _ .'. . | EDEN TERRACE PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH.—7.3O, Prayer Meeting. 11, "Thincs We Forget." 6.45.' "The Ship of Life and How to Build It" Soloist,' Mis -Rigby. Anthem: "The Sun Shall Be No More." Preacher, Rev. T. H. Lyon. CHURCHES OF CHRIST. I- ... ... , . r . Morning at 11 — Breaking of Bread. Evening, at 6.45 — Mr George Aldridge will preach. Subject, "Great Facts in Redemption." Lecture on Wednesday Evening at 7.45 — "The Days of Creation." WADTERS-RD., MT. ROSKILL. Morning at 11 — For Breaking of Bread. Evening at 6.45 — Mr G» A. Green twlU preach. -Subject, "What Shall the Answer Be?" Bible Class — Wednesday Evening at 7.45. CHURCHES OF CHRIST. . PONSONBY-BD. 11 — Breaking of Bread. 6.45 — Speaker, Mr'Mudford, Evangelist, from Australia. Gospel Address. DOMINION-HD. (Corner of Burnley-terrace.) 11 — Breaking of Bread and Address 7 — Addresses on "The Church of the New Testament: VI., The Building Material.' " -Preacher, Mr H. . Grinstead. RICHMOND (NEW BUILDING, FRANCISST.). ....... 11 — Breaking of Bread. 7'— Speaker, -Mr J. C, Laing. Subject, "The! Will of God." AVONDALE (Public Hall). ' 11 — Breaking of Bread. 6.45 — Speaker, Mr W„ Bambury. Gospel Address. ONEHUNGA (Foresters' Hall). 11 — Breaking of Bread. 7 — Speaker,, Mr Dick, Gospel Address. H R I S T A, D E L P HI AS FRATERNAL SYNAGOGUE. MASONIC HALL, New. North-rd., Eden Terrace. 11 a.m. — Breaking of Bread. . 7 p.m. — "The Kingdom of; God." - Please note the Change of Address. /- H X IS T AD B L P H 1 A N S; MASONIC HALL, KARANGAHAPE-RD. 11 a.m. —Memorial Service (I. Cor. xl.). 7 p.m. — "The-Way Which They Call Heres." ... ~ - ,-"-.' ANNIVERSARY, Sun. Next—Children's! Day. Three times, ln Opera House. Splendid Junior Vocalists.. Come. 109 pOSPEL HALL, PARNELL. Sunday, • 7 p.m. —• Preacher, Mr Ci H. Hlnman. Tuesday — Bible Reading, 7.30 p.m. A Cordial Invitation Extended to All. EDEN HALL, VIEW ROAD, MOUNT EDEN. Sunday, 7 p.m. — Mr Gowans. Tuesday, 7.30 p.m. — Prayer ■ Meeting. Thursday, 7.30 p.m. — Address to . Christians. HOWE-ST. HALL, OFF KARANGA-HAPE-RD. Sunday, 7 p.m. Speaker, Mr F. Cliffe. Subject, "The Healing of the Leper." Everybody Invited. GOSPEL HALL, CA_LIOPE-RD_ DEVONPORT. / - Sunday, 7 p.m. — Speaker, Mr Beanney. All Welcome:''"*. ... Tuesday — Prayer Meeting. CCKLAND SOCIETY OF THE NEW CHURCH.—Services at the Hall, Pom-palller-terrace, Ponsonby.—Public Worship 11. Sunday School, 2.45. Fortnightly Reading Circle 7 p.m. Selection, "The body does nothing of itself, but is solely actuated by the spirit " - (Sweaenborg?.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909

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