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ECCLESIASTICAL MOUNT EDEN BAPTIST CHURCH, Symonds Street. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. Minister: REV. REX. GOLDSMITH, M.A. 11.—"The Responsibility of Hearing God's Word." 7. —Broadcast Service, IYA. Preacher, the Minister. Also brief message from Rev. H. E. Whitten, returned p.o.w. Soloists: Master M. Turley and Mr. A. Pollock. Social Hour to follow. MOUNT ALBERT BAPTIST CHURCH. Minister: REV. HAYES LLOYD. 11 a.m.—Morning Worship. Preacher: Mr. K. Griffiths, of Australia, Director of South Seas Evangelical Mission. • 7 p.m.—"WHO IS THIS MAN?" Preacher, Rev. Hayes Lloyd. Soloist, Mr. W. Lambert, Christchurch. siUCKLETOX ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH. i Minister: Rev. F. L. Smart. 11 a.m.: Mr. C. W. Lopdell, Ex-Superintendent of Police. 6.30 p.m.: Prayer and Song Service. 7 p.m.: Mr. H. G. Massam. R.N.Z.A.F. Evening Communion Service. This Church of Friendly People invites you to join with them In worship. GRANGE ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH. 11 a.m.—MR. FRED STONE. 7 p.m.—REV. J. K. REID. Communion to follow. ALL HEARTILY WELCOME. VALLEY ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH, Corner Valley and Mount Eden Roads. Preacher: J. OSWALD SANDERS. 11 a.m.—"The Unoflended Spirit." 7 p.m.—"The Undiscouraged Christ." The Church with the Welcome. MILFORD BAPTIST CHURCH. THE COMMUNITY CHURCH. 11 a.m.—Christianity and Human Need. 7 p.m.—The Meaning of the Lord's Supper. (Communion.) All Welcome. REV. RAYMOND SIMPSON. SUBURBAN BAPTIST CHURCHES. SERVICES 11 A.M. AND 7 P.M. AVONDALE—Rev. C. D. Rosie. EPSOM—Student Puddle, Student Judkins. MANUREWA—Pastor C. H. Barton. MERRILANDS—Rev. A. Anstlce. NEW LYNN—Rex. C. Chant. NORTH MEMORIAL—Student Christensen. Rev. J. A. Clifford. M.Sc. OTAHUHU—Rev. D. B. F. Carlisle. PAPATOETOE—Dr. J. J. North, Student Pastor Crawford. PONSONBY—student Finlay. Student Wakelin. POINT CHEVALIER—Rev. N. R. Wood. RICHMOND—Pastor H. W. Page. . ROYAL OAK—Rev. L. A. Day. SANDRINGHAM—Pastor A. V. Brown. WHITE SWAN—Mr.| R. C. Garlick. BAPTIST TABERNACLE, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. AUCKLAND. . UPPER QUEEN STREET. Minister: REV. DR. ALEXANDER HODGE, 8.A., B.D. "You aro sure of a welcome at the Tabernacle." 10.15 a.m. and 6 p.m.—Prayer Meetings. 11 a.m.—Worship and Bible Exposition. Preacher: REV. DR. ALEX. HODGE. Subject: "CHRIST IS ALL." 2.45 p.m.—Sunday School and Bible classes. 7 p.m.—EVANGELISTIC SERVICE. Preacher: REV. DR. ALEX. HODGE. Subject: "SHIPWRECK." If you appreciate friendliness, if you enjoy hearty singing, if you would hear the Gospel plainly put, come, and bring your friends. Communion at the close of the Evening Service. WEDNESDAY, 7.30 p.m.—Monthly Meeting of Missionary Prayer Fellowship. Speaker: REV. A. W. E. SILVESTER, of Vella Lavella, Solomon Islands. TO-NIGHT (Saturday), 7.30 p.m.—Young People's Meeting and C.E. Speaker: MR. C. LOPDELL, Ex-superintendent of Police. Cordial welcome to all young people. "What shall I render unto the Lord for all His benefits toward me? I will take the cup salvation and call upon the name of the Lord." — Psalms 116 : 12, 13 ORAKEI BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST, KUPE STREET. Minister: REV. G. CLIFFORD REAY. 9.45 a.m.—SUNDAY SCHOOL. 11 a.m.—"The Greatest Treasure of All." 4 p.m.—BIBLE CLASSES. 7 p.m.—Question Evening, by special request. Soloist: Mrs. R. C. M. Jenkins. Choral work by the Choir. SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH. Established In England, 1617. Orange Coronation Hall (Newton Road). PUBLIC SABBATH SERVICE EVERY SATURDAY AT 11 A.M. A Hearty Welcome To All. PASTOR FRANCIS S. JOHNSON. REVIVAL FIRE MISSION OF HEALING. Healing Through Faith in Jesus Christ. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., in the Orange Coronation Hall Newton Road. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, at 7.30 p.m., In the Fountain ol Friendship Hall, Newton Road, A. H. DALLIMORi:. Evangelist. AVONDALE MISSION. WINGATE STREET. AVONDALE. Minister: PASTOR F. A. WILSON. Thou bellevest that there is one «od; thou doest well. The devils also believe ana tremble. But wilt thou know, O vain man, that laith without works is dead?— James 2: 19, 20. 11 a.m.—Communion. The letter kllleth, but the spirit giveth life. 2.30 p.m.—Sunday School and Bible Classes. 7 p.m.—A time of inspiration and blessing. Without faith It is impossible to please God. — Hcb. 11: 6. MEETINGS TUESDAY and THURSDAY, 7.30 p.ta. Jesus saves arid heals. Jesus never lalls. COMMONWEALTH COVENANT CHURCH, OTAHUHU (Formerly British-Israel Church). Revival, Redemption. Healing. Blessing Through Our Lord Jesus Christ. 11 a.m.: Communion Service. 3 p.m.: Joyous Hour for Adults as well as Children. 7 p.m.: Inspiring Gospel Service. TUESDAY, 7.30 p.m.—Prayer, Bible Instruction. THURSDAY, 7.30 p.m.—Deeper Side of 8.1. Teaching. All Welcome to These Inspiring Meetings PROTESTANT ISRAEL FELLOWSHIP. 111, SYMONDS STREET. E. W. FRANCIS. Author-Lecturer. 11 a.m.—Lord's Table. No Blood, no Altar now. 6.45 p. m"THE I "JUDGMENT OF THE NATIONS." Its place in prophecy outlined. Evangelical. WEDNESDAY. 7.3o—Fellowship. SATURDAY, 7.3o—Prayer for Kingdom Gospel. TOWN HALL — Concert Chamber — TOWN HALL SUNDAY, JULY 22, 6.45 p.m. "THE SAN FRANCISCO CHARTER." Motion Talking Pictures: "D Day, Invasion of Europe," "Heart of Britain," "Lax of Poplar," "Rock of Ages." ' " AUCKLAND PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY. Choral Hall, Airedale Street. 11 a.m.—Pastor H. V. Roberts. 2.3o—Sunday School and Bible Class. 6.ls—Open Air Civic Amusement Corner. 7 p.m.—MR. J. POLLOCK. Evangelist, famed as an Opcn-Air Speaker, will preach here in the ovening. You should hoar this original speaker. THURSDAY. T.3o—Bible Study. "Gifts of Healing." SATURDAY, 7.3o—Prayer Meeting. AMERICAN EVANGELISTS EXPECTED SHORTLY. SPIRITUALIST CHURCH OF N.Z. (Auckland Branch), Alma St., opposite Olympic Pool. Newmarket.—Sunday speaker, REV. GERTRUDE BROOKS. 3 p.m. subject, "Colour Vibrations and Their Effcct." 7 p.m., Subject, "My Travels Through the Spheres." Clairvoyance both meetings. Note: No Monday Night Circle till further notice. Tuesday, 2 p.m., Psychometry meeting. Rev. G. Brooks. Sunday, 10 a.m.. Healing meeting. CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALIST MISSION, ODDFELLOWS' HALL. PITT ST. SUNDAY, 7 p.m.—MISS IRENE RUTHERFORD. Subject: "I Have Talked With You From Heaven" (Astrological). Clairvoyance Messages. Kathleen Philpott. MONDAY, 2.30 p.m., Psychometry Meeting. All Welcome at this Friendly Mission. CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALIST CHURCH, 43, Mackelvie St., Ponsonby.—To-night, 8: Open Circle conducted by Rev. Gertrude Brooks. Sunday, 7 p.m., Address and Floral Messages, Mr. Stevens. Monday, 7.30 p.m., Psychometry, Mr. Fitton. Tuesday, 8 p.m., Open Circle, conducted by Mrs. Shanley. Thursday, 8 p.m., Palmistry, Mr. Fitton. THE CHURCH OF THE GOLDEN LIGHT, PROTESTANT ALLIANCE HALL. 44 Eden Ter. SUNDAY. —7 p.m., Trance Address by Rev. Faithful Philpott, the Divine Gifted Healer: subject, "The Astral Plane Contacting the Physical Plane for Emotion and Sensation." Clairvoyance. Come, a Message for You." UNITY SPIRITUALIST CHURCH, 8, Upper Queen Street (next Masonic Hall). SUNDAY. 7 p.m.—MR. HARVEY FITTON. "THE NEW REVELATION." Clairvoyance. It is not where we stand that matters so much, but where we are going. MR. W. H. GRAY-STONES is conducting a SPECIAL FLORAL SERVICE and PROPHECY NIGHT in the "Healing Sanctuary," This Sunday. 7 p.m. Follow the crowds to UPPER ROOM. ORANGE HALL, NEWTON ROAD/- Doors open at 6.30 p.m. MILD MAY M O V 13 M E N T. WORLD-WIDE WITNESS FELLOWSHIP (N.Z.). The Movement for World Evangelism. Local Office: 2nd Flo.or, His Majesty's Arcade, Querrfi Street. Library and Lounge Open Daily. The Christian Public are requested to note that the six months' campaigns in connection with the visit of the Rev. LIONEL B. FLETCHER are nearing a close and that there will be great final Farewell Meetings as under. Please prepare by prayer. Tremendous crowds have attended the missions right through the Dominion, full houses even on bitter cold and wet nights, and much blessing has followed. Make the final meetings the best. The Evangelist will occupy his old pulpit in the Beresford Street Congregational Church both morning and evening on the cay of SUNDAY, AUGUST 5, and will then spsak in the AUCKLAND TOWN HALL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, at 7.30 p.m. SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, at 3 p.m. Rev Clifford Reay will be glad to ?l e€t the . choirs on Monday, August 6, at 7.30 P-™- ® ■Rpresford St Church, and all able and willing ?o help in the two great final nights are requested to be present. HIGHER THOUGHT TEMPLE, Wellington Street. cvttnD/iY 3.30"p.m. (note time): "Divine Incoming" Mi'ss W. G. Lovatt. TUESDAY, 8 p.m.: Musical© in aid of renovations. Good programme, Everybody invited: WEDNESDAY, 2 p.m.: W.P.C. speaker Mrs. J. I. Howie, "The Question of food " Soloist, Mis. A. B. Jack. THURSDAY, 7.30: Healing and Divine Science Study. LIBERAL CATHOLIC CHURCH OF 'ST. FRANCIS, 371. QUEEN ST. SEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. Celebration .of the Holy Eucharist at 11 a.m. THE UNIVERSAL CHURCH, Academy Bldg., Upper Queen St., next Tabernacle. ROOM 25, SECOND FLOOR. REV. HARRIET HUDSON. SUNDAY SERVICE, 7 p.m. THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS, 8 P.m. All Welcome.

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945

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