PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF NEW ZEALAND. A GREAT MISSIONARY RALLY B D ani \» £• M - R - Robinson, 8.A., n i' o d Mrs - Robinson and the Rpv R. S. Roxburgh, M.Com., and Sin. KoxbuTgh, leaving for India. for Missions. Lower SySS'ltrJ f R f SBYTERIAN CHURCH. aymonds street (opp. Government House). Minister: REV. DAVID N. pryor ltudy;^v nS 3 reß 4r s °e n s a 7-r3 rayer Mcetin *" Blble 11 a.m.—'-Citizenship in a New World " ' P THE~'fot H t A o T w?| ES TH= QOePSL*MAKE OF N B i f°^ lNG ' ETERNAL DAMNATION." hearing? Oor for hearin S aids for hard of ST. JAMES' PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, WELLINGTON ST.. OFF PITT ST Minister: REV. A. ROXBOROUGH WALLACE. 11 a.m.—"The Master Detective. 7 P.m. —"By Bethesda's Pool." Khvber D p a V « D ' S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Black ll B , ??" Symon ?s St.-Rev. W. Bower of Life T S ee -, A Study in the Mountain View of thl Foveas" A " cr "Church Social lor Members M S r n ™»*. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. coiner of Windmill and Mount Eden Roads. 11 a.m.— YE ARE THE BRETHREN." MINION ST. LUKE'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. REMUERA ROAD. Services U a.m.: REV. THOS. HALLIDAY, with Boys' Choir from Onchunga Orphanage. 7 p.m.—VERY REV. GEO. BUDD. KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. PARNELL. Minister: REV.. G. A. NAYLOR. 11 a.m.—"OVER THE HILLS AND FAR AWAY." 7 P.m.—"INTERPRETER'S HOUSE." BALMORAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Minister: REV. ROY ALLEY, M.A U a EN-™'nI E OF 3O jtlu L S .. ACC °KSING TO THE 7 p.m.—"THE FATAL DECEPTION " Annual Meeting, Wednesday, August 1. SOMERVELL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Comer Remuera Rd. and Green Lane Rd Minister: REV. JAMES L. GRAY. B.A. II a.m.—"A CALL TO TAKE SIDES." 7p wWs\ H & s F i iT Ri A r C HV M T o 'P EiiN man - MT. ALBERT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCn. Minister: REV. J. C. YOUNG. B.A. 11 a.m.—"A Lesson from the Life of St. Andrew." T p.m.—"We touch Him in life's throng and press and we are whole again." EPSOM v PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Gardner Road. 11 a.m.—"lN QUIETNESS AND CONFIDENCE." 7 p.m—"NOTHING TO DRAW WITH." REV. J. W. McKENZIE. PRESBYTERIAN SOCIAL SERVICE ASSN.. EDINBURGH STREET HALL, NEWTON. SUNDAY—9.3O a.m.. Men's Meeting (followed by Breakfast). 2.30 p.m., Sunday School. 7pm REV. THOMAS HALLIDAY. Subject: "A Song of Praise." Soloist, Mrs. Swift. Mission Choir sings. THURSDAY, at 2.15 p.m.: Miss Fordyce's B.R. Afternoon tea. 7.30: Prayer Meeting. All Welcome. APOSTOLIC CHURCH, ST. BENEDICT'S STREET. Minister: PASTOR C. SCADDEN. SUNDAY. 11 a.m.—Breaking ol Bread and Worship. 7 p.m.—Gospel Service. Subject— "WHAT DID THE APOSTLES PREACH?" TUESDAY, 7.30 p.m.—Ministry. THURSDAY, 7.30 p.m.—Prayer Meeting. BIRKENHEAD. VICTORIA HALL. SUNDAY, 7 p.m.—Gospel Service. PAPATOETOE. NO. 68, GREAT SOUTH ROAD. SUNDAY, ll a.m. and 7 p.m. AUCKLAND WAYSIDE MISSION, 313, QUEEN STREET. Motto: "All One In Christ Jesus." •SUNDAY. 10.30 a.m.—Mornln» Worship. MR. HARRY BAILEY. A Bible Study from JOHN 14. 3 p.m.—THE PEOPLE'S SERVICE Of Inspiration and Praise. MR. ALFRED WILLIAMS. 7 p.m.—EVENING SERVICE at 95, Nelson Street. MR. RON. SLINN. MONDAY, 7.30 p.m.—Men's Meetings. Mr. Bob Alexander. WEDNESDAY, 7.30 p.m.—Mr. Alfred Williams. Character Study:-'^Barnabas." THURSDAY, 2 p.m.—Women's Meetings at Nelson Street. WEST STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST (Holding Life and Advent Truths) 11 a.m.—Fellowship and Open Communion Service. 2.45 p.m.—S.S. Quarterly Sunday. Come Adults Invited to United Sunday School. 7 P.m. — PASTOR WM. CAMPBELL. Subject: "DEGENERATION AND REGENERATION." CHURCH ANNUAL REUNION MEETING: WEDNESDAY, July 25. Tea at 6 p.m. prompt. 7.30 -p.m.—A Fine Programme of Good Cheer. All Members and Friends Heartily Invited. ANNUAL SUNDAY MORNING RALLY: SUNDAY, July 29, at 11 o'clock. Our Motto: "All Members Present at the Morning Service."
HOWE STREET HALL, OFF KARANGAHAPE ROAD. SUNDAY 6.45 p.m.—BRIGHT SONG SERVICE. 7 p.m.—CONTINUATION OF SPECIAL EVANGELISTIC SERVICES conducted by the well known forceful speaker, MR. R. A. LAIDLAW. Subject: "NOT WHAT MEN THINK, BUT WHAT GOD SAYS." Social Hour with Supper at Close. Special Invitation to Visitors and Strangers. A WELCOME ALWAYS AWAITS YOU HERE. TUESDAY, 7.30 — PRAYER, BIBLE STUDY. Romans, ch. 8. Speaker, MR. R. A. LAIDLAW. Helpful, Instructive, Inspiring. SATURDAY, 7.30 — YOUNG PEOPLE'S MEETING. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE, FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST. AUCKLAND, 116, SYMONDS STREET. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. JULY 22, 1945. Subject: "LIFE." Golden Text: Luke 30: 37, 38. Now that the dead are raised, even Moses showed at the bush, when he calleth the Lord God of Abraham n-ri the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob. For He is not a God of the dead, but of the living: lor all live unto Him. ~,,„„ Responsive Reading: Deuteronomy 30: 11, 14—20. SUNDAY SCHOOL—II a.m. WEDNESDAY— Testimony Meeting. 8 p.m Reading Room, Argus House. 26, High Street. Monday to Friday. 11 to 4.30. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. A CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE IS HELD EACH SUNDAY MORNING In the TAKAPUNA GAS COMPANY'S HALL, at 10.45. Sunday School at 10 a.m. AUCKLAND PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY. Choral Hall. Airedale Street. 11 a.m.—MR. J. WILSON. 2,30 —Sunday School and Bible Class.. 6.ls—Open Air Civic Amusement Corner. 7 p.m.—BRIGHT GOSPEL SERVICE, Pastor H. V. Roberts. THURSDAY.—2 p.m.. Sisters' Meeting; 7.30, Bible Study. "The Gift of Miracles." SATURDAY. 7.3o—Prayer Meeting. PBOTESTANT ISRAEL FELLOWSHIP. TOWN HALL TOWN HALL CONCERT CHAMBER; 6.45 P.M. E W FRANCIS, Author-Lecturer. ILLUSTRATED LECTURE: "The San Francisco Charter." Coloured slides, etc. MOTION TALKIE PICTURES: "D Day—lnvasion of Europe," "Heart of Britain." London and Coventry in the Blitz. "Lax of Poplar." Life of an Evangelist. "Rock of Ages." Inspiring. 11 a m at 111, Symonds Street: Lord's Table. HE COMES! HE COMES! FULL SOON TO BREAK OPPRESSION. ASSEMBLIES OF GOD EVANGELISTIC MISSION. Preaching Jesus Christ, and Him crucified, the Saviour of Men, Baptiser in the Holy Ghost, Healer and Coming King. AUCKLAND, 21, KHYBER PASS ROAD. SERVICES —11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. TUESDAY 7JO and THURSDAY. 7.30-MiniEter: PASTOR A W. THOMPSON. a^^v£? uu an«siv ,, BS?cH. 11 am - EVERYBODY WELCOME. TI, F O N EH l> NGA MISSION, ORPHANS' CLUB HALL. Church St., Onehunga. ,£—&> **** Pastor: W. G. WOHLMANN. ALL WELCOME. •FnPSDAY *45 Good music supSaered Circle Warship and Healing. __ LIBERAL CATHOLIC CHURCH OF ST. FRANCIS, 371. QUEEN ST. EIGHTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. CelebSytf the *£££>%&? — Vespers ai^lemn_Benediction_at_7 : 30_p.m._ Z~7nr~~ ~~iT yfVERSAL CHURCH, Siv HARRIET HUDSON. SUNDAY SERVICE. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. *™ „, -p™, stone- 2.45 p.m., S. School B^e' CpselTl p S r. e M, Clews,. Wednesday jnf Ve "V&arV grayer Meeting. COrr £le™uß r n for Worship. Sunday. 11 a.m.
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