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ECCLESIASTICAL MOUNT EDEN BAPTIST CHURCH, Near Symonds Street. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. Minister: REV. REX. GOLDSMITH, M.A. BIBLE CLASS WEEK. 8.30 a.m.—Communion. 11—Worship and Exposition. 7—Youth Service. B.C. Members assisting the Minister. Social Hour at close. TO-DAY, 2.15: FAIR IN AID OF MISSION FUNDS MOUNT ALBERT BAPTIST CHURCH. Minister: REV. HAYES LLOYD. 11 a.m.—"Something the Believer can do as perfectly as Christ." 7 p.m.—Great Missionary Welcome and Witness. Associated with the Scrvice will be: Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Jones, India; Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson, Solomon Islands; Miss R. Smeeton. Africa; Miss H. Fountain, Zenana and Bible Medical Mission, India; Miss P. Croker, Missionary Designate, India; Miss L. Leman. Student N.Z. 3ible Training Institute; Mr. S. Edgar, Student N.Z. Baptist College. SANDRINGIIAM BAPTIST CHURCH, CORNER TAUMATA RD. AND DUNCAN AVE. Minister: PASTOR A. V. BROWN. B.C. WEEK. 11 a.m.—"When Youth Enlists for God." 7 p.m.—Bible Service conducted by Mr. R. C. R. Garlick. A Welcome Always irom the Church on the Hill. SHACKLETON ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH. Minister: REV. F. L. SMART. 11 a.m.—"God —Hastening to the Rescue." C.30 p.m.—Prayer Meeting and Song Service. 7 p.m.—"What, Should I Do?" A Message for days of perplexity. Visitors are Warmly Welcomed to these Services, j GRANGE ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH. ; 11 a.m.—REV. H. E. WHITTEN (recently repa- ; triated Prisoner of War). 7 p.m.—MR. TREVOR BOND. | Song Service at 6.50 p.m. PONSONBY BAPTIST CHURCH Minister: STUDENT PASTOR A. J. Preacher 11 a.m.—Mr. E. Nees, President of Baptist Union. 7 V m.—Rev. H. E. Whitten. just returned prisoner of war, Germany. Soloist, Mrs. Whitten. VALLEY ROAD BAPTIST C " UKCD ' Corner Valley and Mount Eden Roads. Preacher: J. OSWALD SANDERS. 11 a.m.—"What Do Ye More Than Others? 7 p.m.—Service conducted by Senior Bible Class Members. Testimonials. Subject. A Young Man's Dilemma." The Church with the Welcome. NORTH MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH. CHURCH ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. 11 a.m.—DR. J. J. NORTH. 7 p.m.—REV. J. A. CLIFFORD, M.Sc. MILKORD BAPTIST CHURCH. Music by Choir, both Sen-ices 11 a.m.—Epistle of John (Second study). 7 p.m.—"Jesus Who Delivered Us From the Wrath to come." REV. RAYMOND SIMPSON. SUBURBAN BAPTIST CHURCHES SERVICES 11 A.M. AND 7 P.M. AVONDALE—Rev. C\ D. Roslc. EPSOM —Student Puddle: Student Judkins. MANUREWA—Mr. T. Bruton, o£ Papua. MERIIILANDS—Rev. A. Anstice. NEW LYNN—Mr. S. Parker; Mr. R. _. . NORTH MEMORIAL —Rev. J. J. North, U.U., Rev. J. A. Clifford. M.Sc. OTAHUHU—Itev. D. B. F. Carlisle. PAPATOETOE—Student-Pastor Crawford. .... PONSONBY —Student Wakelm; Rev. H. E. Whitten PT. CHEVALIER—Rev. N. R. Wood. RICHMOND —Anniversary Services. ROYAL OAK —Rev. L. A. Day. SANDRINGHAM—Pastor A. V. Brown. , WHITE SWAN— Supply. RICHMOND BAPTIST CHURCH. 38TH ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. 11 a.m.: P.ev. J. Ayson CUflord MSc Mrs. A." McPherson. 7 p.m.. Pastor H. w. i'age. Soloists, Miss Jones, Mrs. Youngman. Public Meeting, Wednesday Next, 7.30 p.m.; guest speakers, Dr. J. J. North, Rev. H. E. Whitten. BAPTIST TABERNACLE. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. AUCKLAND. UPPER QUEEN STREET. Minister: REV. DR. ALEXANDER HODGE, 8.A., B.D. "You are 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: "THE PRINCE OF PREACHERS." 2.45 p.m.—Sunday School and Bible Classes. 7 p.m.—EVANGELISTIC SERVICE. Preacher: REV. DR. ALEX. HODGL. Subject: "AN IMAGINARY GHOST." Hear the Story of Superstitious Fishermen. Bring your friends. You may be sure they will hear the Gospel. WEDNESDAY, 7.30 p.m.—Mid-week Meeting for Prayer and Bible Study. TO-NIGHT (Saturday). 7.30 p.m.—Young People's Meeting and Christian Endeavour. Guest Night. N.B. —Next Saturday, August 4. GREAT DIAMOND JUBILEE MUSICAL FESTIVAL. Special programme by the Tabernacle Choir. Sacred items, classical and popular. See separate advertisement. "Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without wavermg; for He is faithful that promised." —Heb. 10: 23. 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. ORAKEI BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST. KUPE STREET. Minister—REV. G. CLIFFORD REAY. 0.45 a.m.—Sunday School. 11 a.m.—Silent Night. 4 p.m.—Bible Classes. 7 p.m.—"From the Cradle to the Glory." A Special Choral and Pictorial Presentation. DO NOT MISS THIS UNIQUE SERVICE. 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 of Friendship Hall. Newton Road. A. H. DALLIMORE, Evangelist.

AVONDALE MISSION. WINGATE STREET, AVONDALE. PASTOR P. A. WILSON. JESUS SAVES JESUS HEALS. 11 a.m.—Communion. 2.30 p.m.—Sunday School and Bible Classes. 7 p.m.—Peace, Peace, or Destruction, Destruction. Meetings on Tuesday and Thursday at Avondale Mission Hall. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT—Next Sunday, August 5, Meetings 11 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. In Mission Hall, Avondale. EVENING SERVICE, 7 P.M., UNITY HALL, 325, QUEEN STREET (above Town Hall). Subject: "What of the Future?" In the light of Bible Prophecy. Also Thurs., 7.33 p.m., In the Unity Hall, 325, Queen Street. HOWE ST. HALL —OIT ICarangahape Road. The well-known, interesting and forceful speaker, MR. R. A. LAIDLAW, assisted by the RADIO CHOIR, will conduct a special evangelistic service TO-MORROW at 7 p.m. V Subject: "How Long Halt Ye Between Two Opinions?" Social Hour with supper at close. Strangers and visitors specially welcome. You will enjoy this bright service. TUSSDAY, 7.30: Prayer and Bible Study Meeting. Romans, ch. 9. MR. R. A. | LAIDLAW. Hear these helpful, inspiring, instructive addresses. SATURDAY, 7.30: Young People's Meeting. 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. SPIRITUALIST CHURCH OF N.Z., Auckland Branch, Alma St. (opp. Olympic Pool), Newmarket. Sunday, 3 p.m.: Speaker, REV. GERTRUDE BROOKS; subject. "What the Future Holds lor You"; Clairvoyance. 7 p.m., Address by Miss Irene Rutherford; subject, "World Prophecies." Tuesday, 2 p.m.. Psychometry Meeting, Rev. G. Brooks. ; CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALIST CHURCH, 43, Mackelvie St., Ponsonby.—To-night, 8 p.m.: Open Circle, conducted Dy Kev. Gertrude Brooks. Sunday 7 p.m., Address, "Life After Death." Clairvoyance, Rev. Gertrude Brooks. Tuesday, 8 p.m., Open Circle, conducted by Mrs. Shar.ley. Thursday, 8 p.m., Psychometry, Mr. Fitton. CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALIST MISSION. ODDFELLOWS' HALL, PITT STREET. SUNDAY, 7 p.m.—Speaker, Rev. K. Philpott. Subject. Written Questions on Psychic Matters Answered. Bring Yours. Floral Messages. MONDAY, 2.30 p.m.—Psychometry Meeting. All Welcome. 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: "Be Natural —Your Gifts can Unfold in Abunriimee " Floral Messages. oan C ' A WELCOME TO ALL. MR. W II GRAY-STONES Invites all Friends to a 'FLORAL SERVICE in the "HEALING SANCTUARY," Upper Rooir. Orange Hall. Newton Road, THIS SUNDAY. 7P. n F Sri§hTEST Happy Throng to AUCKLAND S BRIGHTEST CHURCH. FINAL AND FAREWELL MEETINGS. REV. LIONEL B. FLETCHER. AUCKLAND TOWN HALL, SATURDAY, AUGUST U, 7.30 P.M., And SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 3 P.M. Two Great Meetings You Must Not Miss. Tributes continually received of throughout the winter campaign in the Dominion. Rev. and Mrs. Fletcher leave for Australia in August. Your only opportunity of hearing Mr. Fletcher will be Morning and Evening at the BERESFORD STREET CONGREGATIONAL B CHURCH, On SUNDAY, AUGUST 5. And then in the TOWN HALL, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, AUGUST 11 and 12. The Great United Choirs, please meet for Practice rtn MONDAY August 6, at 7.30 p.m., in the Beresford Street church. The final meetings must be the best prepared for of all. Don t -let anything hinder this practice. the mildmay movement. Phone 43-302. r H I N A INLAND MISSIO N. Annual Meetings. Beresford Street Congregational Church, Hall, Tuesday, August 14, 3. 6 & 7.30 p.m.

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 177, 28 July 1945

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