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ECCLESIASTICAIi. — THE METHODIST CHURCH. PITT-ST. CIRCUIT. PITT-STREET.—II. Rev. J. A. Lnxford--6.43, P»ev. J. A. LUSKORD "CLOStNGTHE- PASTORATE." Farewell' Service. DR. HUGH KEITH will sing from ''jeptha"—Recit. "DEEPER AND DEEtPER STU^L ,- ; Aria, "WAFT HER, ANGELS." Anthem "Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem" (Hall). MT. ALBERT.—II. Rev. L. M.lsrttr6.4s, Rev. A. N. Scotter, B.A. TRINITY, KIXGSL-AXD.—II, Mr. T. T. Garland; 6.45. Mr. Jabez Bridges'. " AKCH HILL.—II. Bey. A. N. Scotter, 8.A.; 6.45 Mr. J. Yates. AVONDALE.—II, Mr. W. J. Holdsworth; 6.45, Sir. TV. J. Holdsworth. TVAI-KCMETB.—II, Mr. James Hosking. B'ENDERSON.—". Mr. Geo. Ireland.' •AT B.T H O D I S T. C-H-Tf B C H . AUCKLAND EAST CIRCUIT. GRAFTON-ROAD.—U. Rev. E. CO3; 7, Rev. G. W. J. Spence. Communion Service. MOUNT EDEN.—II. Rev. G. W. J. Spence. Communion Service; 7, Rev. W. R. Tuck. M.A. NEWMARKET.—II. Mr. A. H. Scrlvin (student): 7. Rev. E. Cos. RE-M.CERA.—7, Mr. A. H. Scrivin (student). PANMURE.—3, Mr. F. W. Stone. . The Revs. 'Spence. Tuck, and Cos. conduct services to-morrow for the last time as Ministers of the Circuit, prior to leaving for their new spheres of labour. MEIIODIST C H U B C H . AUCKLAND WEST CIRCUIT. ST. JOHN'S. PONSONBY.—II, REV. A. MACAULA'Y CALDWELL (St. Stephens); 6.45, REV. G. BOND. Subject, •'RADIUM AND ITS SPIRITUAL ANALOGUE." Anthems: Morning, "Hearken, Unto Mc"; evening, "Awake, Put on Thy Strength." ' • 'BAYFIELD.—II, MR. W. BRAKENRIG; 6.45, MR. C. W. BROWN. -pAKNELL jVTETHODIST , TyTISSION SUNDAY-SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. Ua.m REV. TT.B. TUCK -- 3 p.m. .. REV. G. W. X SPENCE - 7 p.m REV. W. SLADE SPECIAL SINGING BY CHILDREN. PUBLIC TEA—WEDNESDAY NEST, 6.30 Tickets, 1/ and 6d. 43 EVONPORT METHODIST CIRCUIT. Services—SCSDAV, APRIL 4th.Dsvonport—ll, Rev. S. Griffith; 7, ilev. R. Taylor. Subject: Companionship. Sunnyside—ll. Mr Harvey: 7, Mr S. Stone. Takapuna. W. Wilson; 7, Mr J.- Gilbert. BIRKENHEAD METHODIST CIRCUIT. BIRKENHEAD—II, Rev. G. S. Cook; Farewell Service; 7,- Mr. L. H-ames. N-ORTHCOTE—II, Mr. W. J. Harrey; &45, Rer. G. 18. Cook. Farewell Service. BIRKMr. S. Stone. ALBANY—3, Mx. G. Wilson. A UCKLAND TVTETHODIST TVTISSSION. EAST-STREBT HALL, NEWTON. 11 a.m.—Morning Service. Preacher, MB. R. GOSXELL. 7 p.m.—Service for the 'People. Preacher. REV. JAMES "A NON-COM-MERCIAL ATONEMENT.". Soloist, MISS HUSBAND. Choir and, Orchestra assisting. Conductor, Mr G. F. CATER. GOOD FRFDATS A"NNUAL CONVENTION, 11 a.m., 3 p.m., and 7 p.m. Preachers: 11 a.m.—EBV. KXOWLES KEMPTOK. 3 p.m.—REV. J. WILSON. Conversational ; Meeting. ' ■ 7 p m.-BBV. A. MACATFLAY CALDWELL. Prayer Hours, 10 a.m., S p.m.. 6 prm. ; Tea provided at Hall for Friends. Bring Baskets of Food. HELPING HAND MISSION, FREEMAN'S BAY--11 a.m.—MORNING SERVICE. Preacher, «BY. J. WILSON. Communion, .arid Baptismal Service. 7 p.m. Service for the People. Preacher, Mr. A. ALLEN. • Soloists, Mrs. Tyler and Mr. J. Richards. A hearty welcome given to "all. 3 p.m.— EAST-STREET HALL — BROTHER HOOD AND P.S.A. Speaker, MR F. G. EWIN<3TON. Subject, 'GOD WIPING TEARS AWAY." President, REV. JAMES WILSON. Reception to NEW MEMBERS AT CLOSE. Soloists MISS MOUNTAIN AND MR. E. SUTH-EBLAND. MONDAY NEXT, 8 p.m—GRAND'SCOTCH CONCERT. ST.' ANDREW'S" CHORAL CLASS. Songs of Bonnie Scotland. See Programme in this .issue. ADULTS, 6d: CHILDREN. 3d. ■pRIMITITE METHODIST CHURCH. AJLEXANDRAiSTREET.,—II, Rev. J. Cocker;. 6.45, Rev. H. Cottom (Sacrament). PITT AND EDWIN STREETS.—II and 6.43, Rev. A. Harris. NEWMARKET. —3, Bey. H. Cottom; 6.45, Mr D. Goldie. MOUNT ROSKILL.—II. Rev. H. Cottom; 6.45, Rev. J. Cocker (Sacrament). Sqlo by Mr Whiter. • GREAT NORTH-ROAD.—II, Mr L. T. Collins; 6.45, Mr H. Fenny, Mr P. Hawkins, PRIMITIVE METHOD-IST CHURCHES. SUNDAY-SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY, FKANKLIN-ROAD, TO-MORROW—II. Rev J. Carlisle; 3, Rev. J. Cocker; 6.45, Rev. R. Raine. WATER-VIEW—3 p.m., Bey. R. Raine; 7 p.m., Mr. Woods. AVONDALE— 7. Mr. vfifgers. EDEX TERRACE PKIIIITIVE METHODIST CHURCH.—7.'SO, Prayer. Meeting; 11, Rev. T. H. Lyon; 6.45, Musical Service. Address, Rev. T. H. . All seats free. Strangers invited. "DAPXIST TABERNACLE, UPPEB i> <jUEEN-ST. REV. H. KNOWLES KEMPTON. ll_"Xihe Cup of the New Covenant." Followed t>y Communion Service. 7—"Christ's Use of the Scriptures." Solo, "Under His Wings," by Miss -ElUngha.ru. Choir -Singing from 6.45. 1 Sunday-school Anniversary, April 15 and 23. Opening of New School Building, April 20. .' Full particulars iater. TCHMOND BAPTIST CHURCH.— Morning, at 11—Mr. Page. Evening, at 7—Mr. O. G. iM<;Hattie. ONSONBY BAPTIST CHURCH. Morning, 11—(Rev. Alfred iNorth. Evening, 7—Rev. Alfred Nor.eh. EOE'iT BAPTIST CHURCH. Morning at 11; Evening at 6.45. Rev. Burgess. RANGE-BD. BAPTIST CHURCH'(Rev. Ernest A. Klrwood (Communion). 6.45, Mr H. Townshend. Solo. Mrs Wilfred Turley. New comers to aistrict cordially welFRlDAY.—Sacred Concert, 7.45 p.m. Good Programme. Collection. , 33 PSOM 'BAPTIST CHURCH—Church Anniversary, SUNDAY, April 4.—iMoraIng. 11, Mr. iO. G- 'Mcilattie; Afternoon, 3, Bey. Knowles Kempton; -Evening, 7; Rev. E. A. Jiirwood. Special singing by choir. Solo by Mr. G. Hlggott and others. A Social Meeting will be Iheid on Wednesday, April 7 wlien reports and a few choice musical items will be rendered. Speakers, Mr. O. G. McHattle and Mr. a. Townshend. heif resh-men-ts. Collection Xv aid of . general fund at all services. ' XITABIAN CHURCH. PONSONBYROAD (near Reservoir).—Moruing at 11 4 'The World's New Thought of God." livening at 7, "The Modern Book of Genesis: 1., ' History of the Earth,' " Solo, "Toe Children's Home," -lur A. G. Jtogerty. Violin solo, Mr. Colin Muston, L.R.A.M., "Seveutli Air. Concerto" (De Beriot); anthem, "O. Be Joyful."—KEY. W. JELLIS- B.A. IS TTNITARIANISM? IT IS CHRISTIANITY in the light of the Twentieth Century- It is the religion of reason and the human heart. It is the religion of the Lord's Prayer, the Golden Rule, and the two great commands of love to God and man. It stands for deeds, not dogmas; for freedom of thought and progress* not for bondage to the past. It teaches that the truest service at God is service of humanity. Pamphlets free. Box 3T7, G.P.0., Auckland. NEHUNGA PBESB-ITEBIAN CHTDROH. Morning, "Method in Worship"; evening, "The Language of an Inspired Heart."— Bey. D. x>. Scott.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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