ecclesiastical Lower H Fn S n n TT^ RIAN CHTOCH ' street (opp. Government House). Minister: REV. DAVID N. PRYOR. "• 4 Etud™:lfev nß 3?^e«es al l^ r 2 a 2 yer Meetlnß ' Blble I Sol °- „ about Rellgton, any^vay?" " Why Worr7 8 p.m.—Friendly Hour in St. Andrew's Hall. ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Symonds Street. WELSH SERVICE, SUNDAY, 29TH, AT 3 P.M. Preacher: REV. MORGAN RICHARDS. Organist: Mr. H. Evans. Singing Rehearsal. 2.30 p.m., Mr. D. R. Davies. ST. JAMES' PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. WELLINGTON STREET. OFF PITT STREET. Minister: REV. A. ROXBOROUGH WALLACE. 11 a.m.—"Who'd Be a Parson?" "What Is the Unpardonable Sin?" Khvhr.r D o VlDS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Bl5?k rt a if' "?? ar s y mon ds St.—Rev. W. Bower for a noW The Cha-Binß Demands nrpiiy o, ou, h Departments. 7 p.m.. thn nv ' f SY' M ' R - Robinson, M.A., 8.D., on , 1 ? ls , , r . ctur " to * n dia. A special opporthe Services cllurc h Social for Members of ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH, JERVOIS ROAD. PONSONBY. Minister: REV. W. R. MILNE. ** lts^'curef" 6 *^ oßue a Conscience and 7 p.m.—Missionary Service. Speaker, Rev. R. Roxburgh, M.Com., Missionary to India. SOMERVELL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Corner Remuera Rd. and Green Lane Rd. Minister: REV. JAMES L. GRAY. B.A. II a.m.—Farewell Address by the Rev. RymallRoxburgh, M.Com., Missionary Designate to the Punjab, India. 7 p.m.—Topic: "The Faith of a Modern Man who Questions the Reality of Sin." KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, PARNELL. Minister: REV. G. A. NAYLOR. 11 a.m.—"COUNTING THE COST." 7 p.m.—"LIFE'S RECOMPENSE," ST. LUKE'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. REMUERA ROAD. Services: 11 a.m.—Mr. Noel Williams; Dedication of Girls' Life Brigade. 7 p.m.—VERY REV. GEO. BUDD. Social Hour after Evening Service. MOUNT EDEN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Corner of Windmill and Mount Eden Roads. 11 a.m.—"CALLED OF GOD." 7 p.m.—Combined Service in Methodist Church. Preacher: Rev. J. D. Smith, B.A. MOUNT ALBERT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Minister: REV. J. C. YOUNG, B.A. 11 a.m.—"Some Aspects of Courage." 7 p.m.—Monthly Service for Parents and Youth. Solos and Anthem. Subject: "The Unco Guid." EPSOM PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Gardner Road. 11 a.m.—REV. M. ROBINSON, 8.A., B.D. Missionary from India. , 7 p.m.—REV. J. W. McKENZIE. BALMORAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Minister: REV. ROY ALLEY, M.A. 11 a.m.—"THE FAILURES OF JESUS." 7 p.m.—"GOD SO LOVED THE WORLD." Annual Meeting, Wednesday Next, 7.30 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN SOCIAL SERVICE ASSN.. EDINBURGH STREET HALL. NEWTON. SUNDAY, at 9.30 a.m., Men's Meeting (followed by Breakfast). 2.30 p.m., Sunday School. 7 p.m., REV. THOMAS HALLIDAY. Subject. "The Power to Endure." The Mission Choir will sing. THURSDAY, at 2.16 p.m.. Mothers Meeting. Afternoon Tea. 7.30 p.m., Prayer Meeting. ALL WELCOME. APOSTOLIC CHURCH, ST. BENEDICT STREET. Minister: PASTOR C. SCADDEN. SUNDAY. 11 a.m.— Breaking of Bread and Worship. 7 p.m.—Gospel Service. TUESDAY —7.30 p.m.: Ministry Meeting and Choir Practice. WEDNESDAY —10.30 a.m.: Sisters' Prayer Meeting. THURSDAY—7.3O p.m.: Grayer Meeting. BIRKENHEAD. VICTORIA HALL. SUNDAY—7 p.m.: Gospel Service. WEDNESDAY, 7.15 p.m.: Ministry Meeting. PAPATOETOE, 67. GREAT SOUTH ROAD. SUNDAY —11 a.m.: Breaking of Bread and Worship 7 p.m.—Gospel Service. THE CHURCH WITH THE PERSONAL INVITATION. anr KI. AND WAYSIDE MISSION, AUCKLAND QUEEN STREET Motto: "All One in Christ Jesus. SUNDAY: 10.30 a.m.— Morning Worship. , MR. K. RIMMER. 3 Om—THE PEOPLE'S SERVICE 3 P.m. i« o£ Inspiratlon and Praise. Speaker: REV. RAYMOND SIMPSON. Duet by MR. and MRS. ALFRED WILLIAMS. 7 p m —THE EVENING SERVICE at Nelson St. j ' ' MR. ANDY WATSON. M % D R A Char a S cter E |tud°' "Balaam." WEDNESDAY—7.3O p.m.: Mid-week Service, led by THURSDAY—7.3O p.m.: Women's Meeting, 2 p.m., NELSON ST. _____ — - WEST STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST W (Holding Life and Advent Truths). 2.45 p A --fnfy School andl Bosses. '• rTVE "uS TlSs DAY OUR DAILY BREAD." GIV sane balance versus human WEDNESDAY, a 7 n ?s Mecung. "The Dible Standard" is a monthly containing articles on BiWe Prophecy ana eXPaS & b°asis.
AWK »AL BB£B8E& STR A^T EMBLY - Bible Ctta*. litSSnVr Civic 7 P on •~he AS ™s? Great' Revival Before .Christ Returns* "The Seven Spirts 01 ooa. THURSDAY. 2 p.m.—Sisters' Meeting. 7.30— Missionary Meeting. , , to be with us next week. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. "PTRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, AUCKLAND. 116, SYMONDS STREET. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. TTjr v 29 1945. Subject: TRUTH. Golden Text:' Psalms 89: 8, 14. O Lord God of hosts who is strong Lord like unto Thee? . . . Justice and Judgment Thy throne: mercy and truth shall go Responsive Reading: John 17: 5, 6, 13-19, 18. 1. SUNDAY SCHOOL, 11 A.M. WEDNESDAY, Testimony Meeting, 8 p.m. Reading Room, Argus House. 26, High Street. Monday to Friday. 10 to 4-30. Friday evening, 6.30 to b.ju. CHRIST lAN SCIENCE. a f*WRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE IS HELD A CHRISTIAN |^ NDAY MOBNING In the _ TAKAPUNA GAS COMPANY'S HALL AT 10.45. Sunday. at 10 a.m. ASSEMBLES OF GOD EVANGELISTIC MISSION saviour Healer and Coming King. AUCKLAND. 21. KHYBER PASS ROAD. »IyMinister: isrss s«7 y R»|: glen EDEN. Routiey's Ha'l— • • and "everybody welcome. higher Angels 7 or the Humanitarian." LIBERAL CATHOLIC CHURCH OF ST. FRANCIS, 371, QUEEN STREET. NINTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY, of the Holy Eucharist at 11 a.m. ■THE rZ UN D Cmem'st.. nexpTabemS:": ACademy » &«ud^ B - 7pm ' ; :: Bp - m " _ M . T MOVEMENT. M r L D M A * FELLOWSHIP (N.Z.). Local Office, Quaeil g tree t. library and Lounge Open Dally. -ssWfiKraPLIONEL B. FLETCHER ... — the missions £*£|J, tter co jd and wet nights, and houses even on bitter c the final meets®. — SUNDAY, AUGUST a, SATURDAY, AUGUST U, at "0 P.m. SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, at 3 p.m. Rev. Clifford Reay will be rtwirs on Monday. August e at wlllin g TIX" m ree the Ch two h ' gTeit Anal night, are requested to be present.
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