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ECC_.ESL-.STTC._X. . rrtHE M E T H O D I ST CH U R C H. ' -L PITT-ST. CIRCUIT. PITT-ST.—ll, Rev. C. Bavin, of the ■ Indian Mission, FIJI; anthem, "The Lord Is My Strength" (Smart); soloists, Miss Tude- - hope and Mr. James. 6.45, Rev. A. N. • Scotter, 8.A.;. subject, "Our Confident ■ Hope." Delegates to Grand Lodge, 1.0. G.T., to attend. Anthem, "They Have Taken • Away My Lord" (Stainer); solo, by Mrs. J. H. Fray. Dr. Hugh Keitn will sing, from Handel's "Messiah"—Recit.. "Thy Rebuke." : ••Behold and See," "He Was Cut Off." and Air, "But Thou Didst Not Leave His Sou! in Hell." I MT. ALBERT.—II, Rev. J. H. Simmonds; 6.45, Mr. C. French. KINGSLAND.—II. Rev. A. N. Scotter, ' B.A. Duet, "Rest," by Mrs Hulse and Rogers. 6.45. Mr J. Yates. ! ARCH HILL.—II, Mr. J. Bridges; 6.45, Mr. W. T. Aklridge. AVONDADE.—II, Mr. G. Ireland; 6.45, Mr. J. Bridges. | 1 METHODIST CHURCH. AUCKLAND EAST CIRCUIT. GRAFTON-RD.—ll, Mr C. E. Button; 7. ' Mr L. B. Neale. MT. EDEN—II, Rev. H. Beggs; 7, Rev. . T. G. Brooke. 1 11. Rev. T. G. : Brooke; 3, Mr A. Allen; 7, Rev. H. Beggs. ; PARNELL MISSION—II, Mr F. W. : Stone; 7. Mr R. J. Emerson. : REMUERA.—7, Mr S. W. L. Robinson. \ PANMURE—3. Mr W. Rowe. 3 TbTETHODISX CHURCH. AUCKLAND WEST CIRCUIT. ' ST. JOHN'S, TONSONBY.—II, MR. C. H. POOLE, M.P.; 6.45, REV. G. BOND,] "THE INSPIRATION OF EASTER." An I - thems: Morning and Evening. Solos: Morn- • ing, "Calvary," Miss G. Hanncken; Evening, "The Children's Home," Mr H. C. Gleeson. "Lead, Kindly Light," Miss Bassett. BAYFIELD.—II, Rev. G. Bond; 6.45, Mr. T. T. Garland. ETHODIST CHURCH, DF/VONPORT.— Morning at 11, Mr. Stewart; 7 p.m., Mr. Burloy (Student), solo. Miss Chamlherlain. Anthem: "King of Kings." SUNNYSIDE—Mr. Ferguson at 11; Mr. J. H. Buddie at 7. A. Allen at 11; Mr. Ferguson at 6.45. > "DIRKENHKAD METHODIST CIRCUIT. , ■*-» BIRKENHEAD—II, Mr. S. Stone; 7, Mr. A. L,. White. NORTHCOTE —11, Mr. R. E. Dowle; 6.43, Mr. L. Hames. BIRKDALE, 7—Mr. J. Gilbert. MAYFIELD— 3, Mr. E. Roberts. A UCKLAND TV/J-ETHODIST "jl/TItSSION. EAST-STREET HALL. NEWTON. , 11 a.m.—MORNING Preacher, REV. C. C. HARRISON. 7 FOR THE PEOPLE., Leader, REV. J. WILSON. Address, REV. C. C. HARRISON. Soloist, MISS CAMPBELL. Song Service. 6.40 p.m., Choir and Orchestra Assisting. 3 p.m.—BROTHERHOOD P.S.A. SERVICE.—Visit of Grand Lodge Officers and Delegates 1.0. G.T. Speakers, G. C. T. BROS. D. C. CAMERON, A. B. THOMPSON. Chairman REV. JAMES WILSON, S.D. Soloists. MISS GLADYS HANNCKEN and MR. W. ROUTLEDGEJ- Orchestra Assisting. HELPING HAND MISSION, FREEMAN'S BAY. 11 a.m. —Morning Service. Speaker, : SISTER ANNIE, Trinity Church, Dunedin. 6.30 p.m.—Song Service. " 7 p.m.—A Service for the People. Preacher, MR. A. ALLEN, Methodist College. Soloist, MISS MARY WILLIS. A Welcome Given to AH. N.B.—The REV. H. G. COLE, Melbourne Central Mission, opens campaign Sunday, April IS, in East-st. Hall. RIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH.— ALEXANDRA-STREET.—II. Rev. H. Cottoni: 6.45. Rev. J. Cocker. "My Recent . Visit to the Tomb of the Saviour, near Cal- ■ vary." PITT AND EDWIN STREETS.— 11. Mr King; 6.45. Mr J. Watkinson. NEWMARKET.—3 p.m.. Rev. H. Cottom; 6.45. Mr J. Allen. MOUNT ROSKILL.—II. Rev. .1. Cocker: 6.45, Rev. H. Cottom. GREAT NORTH-ROAD.—IL Rev. A. Harris; 6.45, ' Rev. A. Harris. RIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCHES. — FRANKLIN-ROAD—II. Rev. J. Car- : lisle; 6.45. Rev. R. Ralne. RICHMOND—II, Rev. R Raine; 6.45, Rev. J. Carlisle. WATERVIEW—3. Rev. .T. Carlisle: 6.30, J. Gamtile. AVONDAI.E—7, .1. Ferguson. • TAUPAKI—Mr Beswick. DEN" TERRACE PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH.—7.3O. Prayer Meeting: 11. "Risen With Christ"; 6.45. "Jesus Wounded in the House of His Friends." . Solo. "Calvary," Mr Mollard. Anthem, "Now is Christ Risen." Preacher, Rev. T. •■ H. Lyon. REE METHODIST CHURCH ,Mt. Eden. —Services: Morning, 11; evening, 7; - Sabbath School. 10 a.m., aud 2.30 p.m. BAPTIST TABERNACLE, UPPER QUEEN-ST. -REV. fl. KNOWLES KEMPTON. ' 11 —"He Could Not Be Holden of Death." 7 —"Slaved By His Life." Einging by Choir from 6.45. Easter Atithem and Solo at each Service. - FIFTY-FIRST SUNDAY-SCHOOL ANNI--1 VEKSAItY, APRIL IS AND 25. APRIL 1SMorniug and Evening. Rev. H. Knowles ; Kempton. Afternoou, at 3, Rev. J. M. Simpson, B.A. \ APRIL 25— Morning, Rev. D. D. Scott, ~ Afternoon, Rev. R. Ferguson. Evening, Rev. H. Knowles Kempton. OPENING OF NEW SCHOOL, APRIL 20. Further particulars next week. PONSONBY BAPTIST CHURCH. —Morning, 11, Rev. A. North, "The Certainty of Ihe Resurrection of the Lord." > Evening at 7, "The Resurrection Body." .' Special Easter Hymns. Evening Solo, Mr C. H. Kemp. OUNT - EDEN BAPTIST CHURCH.— Anniversary Services.—Morning at 11 - and Evening at 6.45, Rev. Burgess. On 1 Tuesday. 13th, Tea and Public Meeting. : -Special Singing, by the Ghoir. ICHMOND BAPTIST CHURCH.— Morning at 11.—Mr W. Irvine. - Evening at 7—Mr W. .1. Holdsworth. , MT. EDEN BAPTIST CHURCH. ; - t ' J - --Anniversary Services.—Morning at 11 ■ and Evening at G. 45, Rev. Burgess. On [ Tuesday, 13th, Tea and Public Meeting. Special Singing. PS( M BAPTIST CHURCH. 11 a.m.r-Mr Aldridge. '. 7 p.m.—Mr T. F. Hill. , ("> HANUE-ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH.— : \J ■ Rev. Ernest A. Kirwood. 11, Our Sur£ and Certain Hope." 6.45, "No Resurree- . Hon, no Gospel." Special Easter Music by large Choir and Orchestra. Sole, Mrs Klr- ' wood. I A UCKLAND SOCIETY OF THE iNEiW • at the Hall, Pom-■palUer-terrace. Ponsonby.—'Public Worship, in. Sunday School. 2.45. Selection, "Without -the Word there can be no knowledge of the Lord, hence no Salvation" (Swedeni borg). Q.OSPEL HALL, PARNELL. Sunday. 7 p.m.—Preacher, Captain Neville. , Tuesday — Bible Reading, 7.30 p.m. A Cordial Invitation Extended to All. EDEN HALL, VIEW ROAD, MOUNT EDEN. . Sunday, 7 p.m.—Mr Lennox, sen. ? Tuesday, 7.30 p.m. — Prayer Meeting. Thursday, 7.30 p.m.—Address to Christians. 5 TTOWE-ST. HALL, OFF KARANGAI I J- 1 HAPE-RD. ■ i Sunday. 7 p.m.—Speaker. Mr Franklin Fer--1 gusou. Subject: "How and When Do ' Persons become Children of God J" - Everybody Invited. HALL, CALLIOPE-RD., | *-* DEVONPORT. ' I Suuday, 7 p.m.—Speaker, Mr Ardern. All Welcome. • Tuesday — Prayer Mcetlnc AUCKLAND ASSOCIATION OP SPIRITUALISTS (Registered). SUNDAY, 3 AND 7 P.M. ODDFELLOWS' HALL, PITT-ST. Evening Subject; t "KING SAUL AND THE WOMAN OF ENDOR." Clairvoyance at both meetings. Silver Coin, Come early.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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