ECCLKSIASTICAIi METHODIST CHURCH OF NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND CENTRAL CIRCUIT. PITT STREET. PITT STREET. 10.30 a.m. —Prayer Meeting. , 11 a.m.—REV. E. T. OLDS. 'The Christian Faith" (3), "Providence. Hymn Study by 2.30 p.m.'—Sunday School and Bible Classes. 6.30 p.m.—Song Service. n..* 7 p.m.—REV. E. T. OLDS. Subject: "Do the Dead Live?" Anthem: "Seek Ye the Lord. Solctst. Mrs. Constance Manning. The Evening Service will be Broadcast from IVA. ALL WELCOME! COME! KINGSLAND—II a.m. and 7 p.m.: Rev. F. H. EDEN TERRACE—II a.m.: Rev. J. Olphert. 7 p.m.: Mr. E. Hope Haynes. DOMINION ROAD—II a.m. and 7 p.m.: Rev. V. R. Jamteson. M.B.E. Evening Subject: The Mind—The Heart." „ _ „ ROSKILL—II a.m. and 7 p.m.: Rev. G. V. Thomas. _ „ ~.. „ SANDRINGHAM —11 a.m.: Rev. R. J. Liddell. 7 p.m.: Rev. G. P. Hunt. METHODIST CHURCH OF NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND EAST CIRCUIT. COLLEGIATE CHURCH—II a.m.: Student B. J. Hilder. 7 p.m.: Rev. E. W. Hames, M.A. EPSOM—II a.m. and 7 p.m.: Rev. H. L. Fiebig B.A, Final Address on the Distinctive Doctrines of Methodism. MOUNT EDEN—YOUTH SUNDAY. 11 a.m.: Rev E. B. Chambers, assisted by Sunday School Scholars. 7 p.m.: Combined Service for Youth. REMUERA —11 a.m. and 7 p.m.: Rev. Wesley Parker, M.A. MISSION BAY—II a.m. and 7 p.m.: Rev. J. J. Lewis, M.A., B.D. NEWMARKET—II a.m.: Mr. H. P. Mourant. PARNELL—II a.m.: Mr. G. W. L. Robinson. 4 p.m.: Rev. Wesley Parker, M.A. AUCKLAND WEST METHODIST CIRCUIT. C T JOHN'S PONSONBY—II a.m. and 7 P.m.: Rev H 'C Matthews. B.A. Evening Subject: "The Cross-roads." Soloist: Mrs. Scott. RICHMOND AVE.—II a.m. and 7 p.m.: Rev. B. H. Riseley. GT. NORTH RD. —11 a.m.: Mr. J. C. Tietiens. BAYFIELD —11 a.m.: Mr. R. Hames. AVONDALE METHODIST CIRCUIT. MT. ALBERT MT. ALBERT 11 a.m.—REV. WALTER PARKER Subject: ''The Glory of Young Men." Parade Junior St. «J°^ n Ambulance Young Men and Women Cadets. Anthem. ?'p°m —REV O "® WALTER PARKER. f ub if C £ : "Pilate's Wife." Members of Croquet Club. Karitane Nurses, League of Mothers will attend service. Mr. Yeoman and Fljians will sing Anthem. "Through Peace to Light. Social Hour and Supper. „ WATER VIEW—II a.m.: Rev. Bycroft. 7 p.m.. Rev. AVONDALE—II a.m.: Student. 7 p.m.: Dramatisation of Prodigal Son by Native and Tongan Boys from Paerata College. All Welcome. NEW LYNN—Mr. R. Thomas. GLEN EDEN—II a.m.: Student McDonald. 7 p.m.. Rev. Moore. ~ „ . HENDERSON—II.IS a.m.: Rev. Moore. 7 p.m.. Student McDonald. OR ATI A—3 p.m.: Mr. Groves. TE ATATU—2.4S p.m.: Rev. Moore. ONEHUNGA METHODIST CIRCUIT. ONEHUNGA —As usual. PENROSE —As usual. WALMSLEY ROAD—As usual. METHODIST CENTRAL MISSION (opp Main Entrance Town Hall). Superintendent, A. EVERIL ORR. 11 a.m.—Mr. Souster. 7 P m.—Rev. A. Everil Orr. Subject: Malice Towards None— Charity for All." Serial (No. 3) "Shepherd Life to Royalty." Anthem by Choir. Soloist, Mr. Sam Merrick. FRANKLIN RD.—ll a.m., Rev. Arthur Mitchell. MAORI MISSION—II a.m. and 7 p.m. NEWTON EAST MISSION. Dundonald Street, Top Symonds Street. 11—Mrs. D. Boath. 7—Mr. J. O. Green. Extra Music at Evening Service TUES.. 7.30, Pray. WED., 2 p.m., Mothers Meeting. THURS., 7.30, Bible Study and Fellowship. MEMORIAL SERVICE For the LATE MRS. EMILY A. DOWSETT (Mother of Elim), Founder of the "House Of Prayer." To Be Held On SUNDAY JULY 29, AT 2.30 P.M.. *At 168, VICTORIA AVENUE, REMUERA. Friends are hereby.given the opportunity of paying tribute to their Beloved Founder.
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