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——■—————_ - c hurches - <****£ ■ WALTERS-RD., MT.- ROsSiu"- ~~ :^ . Morning, at U-Jor Fellowship " *- • ;'g ByMing, at 6.45-MT.-Ivaurie WUcock wilt H ■preafhT 'Siib'ject, "The Story'of Crea-' tlon. ~. y CHURCHES" ' OF CHRIS*' P.QNSQNBY-RD. . 11 — Breaking of Bread: - - • ■ ••- . 6,45 — Speaker. Mr. -Evangelist. . - from 'Wellington. Gospel A'ddrelSr'V • ■ DOMINION-RD.-(Corner of Burnley-terrace.) 11 — Breokine of Bread and Address • 7 — "What Hint Te of Christ?" Mr "D M. 'Glaister. Mr. OH. Grlnstead visit* ■Papakura; :.._; - RICHMOND (NEW BUILDING, FRANCIS. ) STO. - — - : 11 — Breaking of Bread. , . . 7 — Speaker, ■Hγ. A. Mushet. Subject, "As Unchangeable Friend." ■ AVONDALE (Public Hall). \ 11 — Breakins of Bread.- . -:..; . : \ 6.45 — 'Speaker. 3lr. 'Lye. Gospel Address. , r* H X I S T A D Zi L P H 1 A. N, S. • MASONIC HALL, KARANGAHAPE-RD;. 11 a.m.—Memorial Service (I. Cor. xl.). 7 p.m.—Subject, "TJie Importance of Know* Jng God and HJs Sou Jesus Christ." H. R 1- S T A D..E. X, P H I AW FRATERNAL SYNAGOGUE, MASONIC HALL, New Nortfc-rd., Eden Terrace. ' 11 a.m. — Breaking of Bread. 7 p.m. — "The Kingdom of God." ; Please note the Change of Address. BERESFORD-ST. CONGREGATIONAL i CHUBOH. REV. H. STEELE CRAIK, Minister. 11 a.m.—"The Church at Sardis." 3 p.m.—The Men's Own. Subject,: "Man, a. Mental and Moral Being," introduced by Mr C K." Carnegie, Discussion. 7 p.m.—"The-Gospel t»f Rest." A Seventh. Century Sermon. Solo.. Selection from "The Crucifixion,'" Mr R. (tenor). 8 p.m.—Reception of Members and Com* > muniori Service. ' . . "\TBWTON : CONGREGATIONAL ■jy CHURCH.—Morn, 11, •'FIRST'WOEtV. PBOM THECROSS"; Eve, 6.45. "SECOND' , WORD FROM THE CROSS."—Preacher, ■ Rer. M. Bawden Harris. : TV/TOtTNT , EDEN CONGBEGATIONAii . All. CHURCH.—II, "CHRIST AS A 1 . FRIEND" (Communion): 7, "GOD'S GIFT, ; OF NEWNESS."—Preacher, Eev.Wm. pay. .7, Mount Rosklll Church —3ttr Algernon; , Leigh. ■ " ;' ' "• GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTHERANSERVICES, SUNDAY, 4th APRIL. ~ In Federal Hall, Weiiesley-st, at 11 a.m* and 7 p.m. Pastor F. Hassold. ;5 UCKLAND-ASSOCIATION OF SPIRIT. UALISTS (Eeglstered). ■ — ' ■ h£ ODDFELLOWS HALL, PITT-3T. i ; SUNDAY, 7 P.M. ' i ' Mr .T. Isherwood, "The Lancashire Clalf 1 voyant," will epeak on "Modern Splritnal- • istn, ■ Its Blrtb and Progress." • Spiritual " Clairvoyance at close. . ■_ • . Silver Coin. Coma early. ■ i> I is i * U a Jj i siL ■ ■ ■ SOCIETY FOR" SPIRITUAL PROGRESS . .' '..i. -(Registered). MBS ; E. GfRE-EN Accredited Missionary, from the English. -National. -Association, ."of i Spiritualists, Trill LECTURE -for the -above Society at the 3-' o'docfc Service, and also -at 7 p.m. at the > DRUIDS' HALL, NORTH-SEw, NEWTON* Clairvoyant Descriptions at Ciese of Service. i ..-- op ri3.iii.il:™ '•■ :.\. , -SOCIETT FOR' SPIRITUAL PROGRESS, r (Registered). ■ N-EW DRUIDS' HALL, -XOB.TH-ST.e NEWTON. ■ EYCEUM SESSION, 3 p.m. Any Child* '• ren not attending.other Sunday-schools, Tβ '•> gbaU be glad-to-welcome-them.- - EVENING SERVICE..; 7 . • by MRS. ELLEN GREEN, from England; ! - Subject: "No Religion Higher Tllan Tratlr: •To Celebrate the 61st Anniversary of Modern Spiritualism. Lecture followed by; 1 Spiritual ■ Messages from Lovea Ones Gone J Before. ._ ~ , ■ k ucklandH" qentral ■ 10-a.m.—Band,-Open-air, Alesaadra-st. 7 11 a-m.—Affiert-stT" HSU. Address.-MB. JOHN T. LE'AFE._ Commnndpn Service* • 6 p.m.—Open-air, Victoria-sit. • 6.40 p.m.—HIS L MAJESTY'S THEATRE. , Musical Service. Orchestra: 'Mnte*--1 mezzo Mc IDisait," "Andante-KTissaer/ , "Wedding March." Choir: "Anthem, "Sine Unto-the Lord." Duet, "3Ch« Better 'Land," Miss Mri T. Clark. ■ ' ; 7pm —GOSPEL SERVICE. Speaker, MB, JOHN T. LEAF.E. : Speelal Subject. ' i ' BVERYBODY .TferCOME. COME E-ARLI. ' CENTRAL HALEr " COOK-ST. VT. t ■ v> -at 7 o'Cloct. • MR. H.. M. Bp.UCHEB, Seer and Occultist. ' "More BibiejlHracles (Joshua's I Explained." ' ■ "O,ccult Mystery, Prayer, Faith, Kevealeot ,, - "Saaed Tibetan Mantra Chaunted." 1_ 2t 1 O A L V A. T I O N -A R M '■% >J AL V A TI.O N ...-£*■ R M sr- : ALBERT-ST.,- AUCKLAND CITY. ' .10 a.m., OPEN-AIR CUSTOMS-ST., Special Evangelistic Services, led' bjj COLONEL. GRAHAM, COLONEL GRAHAM, J " . . COLONEL GRAHAM, , ! :.2\. assisted by w v '. COLONEL KNIGHT. . \ COLONEL KNIGHT. Colonel Graham is one of New Zealand** Pioneer Officers. He is a Preacher of Holinees, an Apostle of Fire. Soul-stirring Songs and Fiery Addresses^ - MEETINGS at 11 a.m., 3 and I p.pk, r\ ODD "pRIDAY. , ■ j ''■ "A DAY WITH GOSD," City and Suburban Corps and Officer* . TTDitiDg. ChriEtians SpeciaUy' Invited. ■ Siiitable Subjects by Vaxlous Officers* Special Song Sheets Given. ' EASTER MONDAY—Picnic, St. Helier'e Bay. D. A. GUNN, CO. U A UCKLAND THEOSOPHICAL SOCTBXI \ MUTUAL LIFE BUILDINGS, QUEEN-ST. ! .TO-MOKROW (SUNDAY), at 7 o'clock... Lecture, '■ "Some Thoughts.of an Astronomer," 1 "' I By M-γ. 'S. Stuart. 1 Violin SoJo, -V'lgi (Banks. 1 Music. Reading. Questions. HEOSOPHICAL H A Ll* 1 351. QUEEN-STREET. (TO-MORROW- <JSUNI>A-Y),-at 7 p.m. Public Lecture. \ ' •THE FAIDLFRE OF WESTERN i t . CIYiILISATIO??," ; By -Mr. W. M. Newton. ■Q'ttesttons Invited. - Vocal Solo -by Miss ©\Arey Hamiltoa. ', Lotus Glass, lor Children at 3 p.m» \ Library and ißeadingroom open Dally, TJNDAT, Wharf, 11 a.m.. ••Brotherhooa of Man"; 3 p.m., comer Pitt-st, and sa--1 rangahape-rd.. "Socialism and War"; evening at '" p.m., outside Waitemata Hotei, •"Playing with Human Bodies." Reply to J Canon -McMurray. and Rev. Lnxford. 58 ; \ UCKLASJ) SOCIETY OF THE "NEW 1 A CHURCH.—Services at the Hall, Fom, > paUler-teirace. Ponsonby.—Public Worship, c 11. Sunday School,- 2,'io, 'Keadihg Circle 7 - p.m. Selection, "Wltliont the Word there 5 can be no knowledge of the Lord, hence ni C Salvation" (Swenenberg), ' " mHB WAR against "WarT r TTEHeaTTJi' X monstratjon. Sunday, Wfoav4 3 pirn. f " Trutu About Naval Jjfl SUNDAY AFTERNOON". 3 ■ Pwliigten-jsß()Rts, Etastist, Hall.;—Ancfc ' land BroEaerhood P,S,A, -vv-elceniea aH men, ■• /- - - : ■ . s»

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 9 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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