ECCLKSIASTICAI, S T. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. PARNFI T VIII. TRINITY. PA^ELL. 8 a.m.— Holy Communion. Id a.m.—f "'-dey s-hDols and Bible Classes 2.15 p.m.—Girls" Confirmation ClasY* ™ rce--4 p.m.—Holy Baptism. . 7 P c™d^ VenSOnS Bnd Sermon ' The »«■ Jasper Boys' Confirmation Class, Saturday, 7 p m MATTHEWS CHURCH, Wellesley street W S a.m.: l Hclv Communion, n a.m.: Mat , . Sermon. Preacher, Canon George Coat, 3 P.m.: Evensong Anth»m and Sermon Prc-che-rinily War WercessWs. Aftcr Evensong a C u nrf tea and musics! items will be pStf i n P th Parish Hall. Vicar: the ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, SYMONDS STREET. S a.m.. Holy Communion: 11 am Sum? p-,,,-v, Ist; 3 p.m.. Organ Recital; 7 p.m.7BveS£sw wX r.f Prayer. Services: 7 a.m.. H C Tne? tw Sb £' Hc m 2 n H m c - : T r n - Wo * •"■&' i*™™ 6 ruin., H.c, 2 p.m., Intercessions* 7 **n n m i?.,«. ing Prayrr nnd Address. Thoiks w n P B "sen « fSunday, 23th.—Virar, Rev, s. B. R. Corbin ALL SAINTS' CHURCH PftOTnvßv 8 a.m El ?^v H ffilTor™ TRl^ty o ™*- 7 p.m.—Evcnsonst. (Eev. E. Chitty L. O. S. BEER& Vicar. THE CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY. 8.30 a.m.—Holy Communion. 11 a.m.—Matins. REV. H. JOHNSON. 7 p.m.—Evensong. VICAR. THE CHURCH OF ST. GEORGE, KINGSLAND. 7.30 a.m.—Holy Communion. 11 a.m.—Holy Communion and Address. 7 p.m.—Evensong. CANON F. W. YOUNG. CHURCH OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE. KHYBER PASS. EIGHTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 8 a.m.—Holy Communion. 10 a.m.—Children's Church. 11 a.m.—Sung Eucharist. 7 p.m.—Evensong and Sermon. REV FRANC. I. PARSONS (Vicar). BERESFORD ST. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH (Opposite Central Fire Station.) Minister: REV. CLIFFORD L. WELCH. Dip.Soc.Sc. 11 a.m.—Members of Old Folks' Fellowship specially welcomed. Broadcast by courtesy of IYA so Old Folks listen in if unable to come Subject: "Tremendous Trivialities." Soloist: Mrs. E. Pullman, singing "Green Pastures." 6 p.m.—Cook Islanders' Service. 7 p.m.—"God Is My Adventure." WEDNESDAY, 8 p.m.—Organ Recital by Ewart Lyne. THURSDAY, 11-2 p.m.—Women's Day. Speaker at 1.30 p.m., Miss Elsie Andrews, M.B.E. BIT. EDEN CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, CORNER ESPLANADE AND VIEW ROADS Minister: BEV. W. M. ISITT. B.A. (Cantab.). H a.m.—■■THE TRUTH IN LOVE." Anthem"Alpha and Omega." 7 p.m.—"lT'S A GIFT." BIBLE STUDY, TUESDAY, 7.45 p.m. (in the Manse.) THE METHODIST CHURCH OF N.Z. AUCKLAND CENTRAL CIRCUIT. Pitt Street. Pitt Street. 10.30 a.m.—Prayer Meeti.ig. 11 a.m.—REV. V. R. JAMIESON, M.B.E. Hymn Study by Choir. 2.30 p.m.—Sunday School and Bible Classes. 6.30 p.m.—Song Service. 7 p.m.—REV. E. T. OLDS. Subject: "WILL ALL BE SAVED?" Anthem: "Abide With Me." Soloist: Miss Adele Taylor. ALL WELCOME! BRING YOUR FRIENDS! KINGSLAIID—II a.m.: R;v. F. H. Parker. 7
p.m.: Mr. J. H. Long. EDEN TERRACE---11 a.m.: Rev. R. J. Liddell. 7 p.m.: Rev. F. H. Parker. DOMINION ROAD—II a.m.: Rev. E. T. Olds. Local Preacher's Reception Service. 7 p.m.: Rev. V. R. Jamieson, M.B.E. ROSKILL —11 a.m.: Rev. G. V. Thomas. 7 p.m.:Mr. D. B. Gordon. SANDRINGHAM—II a.m.: Rev. G. P. Hunt. 7 p.m.: Rev. G. V. Thomas. METHODIST CHURCH OF NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND EAST CIRCUIT. COLLEGIATE CHURCH—II a.m., Rev. E. W. Hames, M.A.; 7 p.m.. Student W. G. Eisner. EPSOM—II a.m.. Rev. H. E. Bellhouse; 7 p.m.. Rev. H. L. Fiebig, B.A. Subject, "The Distinctive Doctrine of Methodism. No. 3." MT. EDEN —11 a.m. and • 7 p.m., Rev. G. E. Brown, of Whangarei. REMUERA —11 a.m.. Rev. J. J. Lewis, M.A.. 8.D.; 7 p.m.. Rev. Wesley Parker, M.A. •MISSION BAY—II a.m.. Rev. H. L. Fiebig, 8.A.; 7 p.m.. Rev. J. J. Lewis, M.A., B.D. NEWMARKET—II a.m.. Rev. Wesley Parker, M.A. PABNELL —11 a.m., Mr. T. L. Hames; 4 p.m., Mr. J. McCoskrie. KNOX HOME—9.3O a.m., Rev. Wesley Parker, M.A. ■ AUCKLAND WEST METHODIST CIRCUIT. ST. JOHN'S, PONSONBY—II and 7: Rev. H. C. Matthews, B.A. Evening Soloist, Miss Joan Williams, of Wellington. RICHMOND AVE. —11: Mr. W. S. Mackay. 7: Rev. B. H. Rlseloy. •• ,-. GREAT NORTH ROAD—II: Rev. B. H. Riseley. BAYFIELD —11: Mr. E. Sussex. AVONDALE METHODIST CIRCUIT. MOUNT ALBERT MOUNT ALBERT "Here let no man be stranger." 11 a.m.—Rev. L. F. Bycroft. Anthem, "Rejoice In the Lord.'" Creche for babies and infants. 6.30 p.m.—Song ■ Service. _ " 7 p.m.—Rev. Walter Parker and Rev. Dr. WATERVIEW—II: Mr. T. W. Hemer. 7: Rev. AVONDALE—II: Rev. Parker. 7: Rev. Duncan. NEW LYNN—Rev. Duncan. • GLEN EDEN—II: Rev. Moore. 6.45: Student. HENDERSON—II.IS: Student. 7: Rev. Moore. ORATTA—3: Student. ONEHUNGA METHODIST CIRCUIT. ONEHUNGA—II: G.L.B. and 8.8. Parade. 7: United Service Congregational Church. PENROSE— II: Mr. F. Parker. 4: Rev. D. Hiekman. ; WALMSLEY ROAD—2.3O: Rev. D. Hiekman. METHODIST CENTRAL t, M i?^ Sl ° N ' ■ Anthem by Choir. Soloist, Miss Ette Burness. MAORI MISSION—II a.m. and 7 p.m FRANKLIN ROAD—7 p.m., Mr. F. SOUSter. NEWTON EAST MISSION. N E DUNDONALD ST. (Top Symonds> st^ 11, MR. D. BOATH. 7, MR. H. TATIUN. _^_,__ AV i] 3o prayer: Wednesday, 2 p.m., Communion All Churches. 11 a.m. PONSONBY RD.-ll a.m.: Worship , ft. Angus. XK>MINiSN^^f e "m e : R W 0 F rs n hir- 7 P.m.: Worship. 7. P.m.: N. T. DEVONPORT-11 a.m 7 P.m.: C MaltlandAVONDALE—II a.m.. 6.30 p.m.• *. farnara. MT. ALBERT—II a.m.: S. S. Hamilton. TOITY HALL CHURCH OF CHBISTQUEEN STREET (Just above Town Hall). 11 a.m.—Worship. A Cordial Invitation is given to all who £-^, : H :^1 _t I walk_ln the. Old Paths. _ n s UN ITY HALL. 323, QUEEN STREET. onr/uuw cHOE.cn -r ■— w """ ■g sr'MSSsS'f™."*™" 8 -" Si-. ASSS 11 a.m.-"Christian Liberty. GARGUILO, Speaker:' CAFTAin _„ LEADER A/C. M. BERKX. 7 p.m.-"The Bread of Life. CHAL MERS. 10 a.m. T H E EDEN*^; 11 a.m.—Speaker: BRO. LOPU*-^ tendent of Police)- ,_„ DIXON. 7p.m.- S peak^ BM DJUT^T MAJOR SALVATION ARMY HALL. BUT'DAY. 11 a.m.-"Friends of Christ. 7 p.m.—"The Penalty of Sin." Speaker: MAJOR WYATT.
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