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ECCLESIASTICAL DEMONSTRATIONS THE METHODIST CHURCH OF NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND CENTRAL CIRCTJIT. y * #~i -r r t >»■ « m PITT STREET. PITT STREET. Li AB O U R V XCT OK Y 10.30 a.m.—Prayer Meeting. SUNDAY - DEMONSTRATION 11 a.m.—REV. G. I. LAURENSON, General Superintendent. Subject: "Bridgeheads." Hymn 2.30 p.m.—Sunday School and Bibl® Classes. TO-MORROW, SUNDAY 6.30 p.m.—Song Service. 7 p.m.—REV. E. T. OLDS. Subject: "The Home ... Front." Anthem. "Saviour. Thy Children Keep." Soloist: Mrs. Macpherson. Communion ________ at close of service. Special Offerings for Home MARCH BEHIND THE WATERSIDE Missions. All Welcome. „ WORKERS' BAND FROM PITT STREET KINOSLAND—II a.m.: Rev. F. H. Parker. Recep- .__ ___ A>rn nFMDNRTRatv vottt? tion Service and Communion. 7 p.m.: Rev. F. AT i- 50 P AND DEMONSTRATE YOUR H. Parker. Youth Fitness Servi.ee. • APPRECIATION OF THE TREMENDOUS EDEN TERRACE—II a.m.: Rev. R. J. Liddell. 7 VICTORY OF THE ENGLISH WORKING p.m.: Mr. S. E. cnappeii. DOMINION ROAD—II a.m.: Rev. V. R. Jamieson, CLASS. M.B.E. Members' Communion. 7 p.m.: Rev. V. R. Jamieson, M.B.E. "Faith—lts Object. SPEAKERS: ROSKILL—II a.m.: Rev. G. V. Thomas. 7 p.m.: Rev. G. I. Laurenson. MISS MABEL HOWARD, M.P. SANDRINGHAM—II a.m.: Rev. G. P. Hunt (Com- MR. A. DRENNAN. President Auckland Trades munion). 7 p.m.: Rev. G. V. Thomas. Council. WAIKOWHA! 3 p.m.: Rev. G. V. Thomas. MR. R. EDDY, National President New Zealand Workers' Union. METHODIST CHURCH OF NEW ZEALAND. MR A g RICHARDS Mp AUCKLAND EAST CIRCUIT. MR. J. W. STEAD, President Auckland L.R.C. COLLEGIATE CHURCH—II a.m.. Rev. E. W. Hames. M.A., Holy Communion; 7 p.m., THIS WILL BE THE FIRST OF MANY EPsSiTMS«NIVERsXRY. SI a.m.. Rev. "VICTORY" DEMONSTRATIONS. Flebig. B°A^! n 3 e 'p.m.t : Muslc«a l 'senfice. H 'see (Organised by the Auckland L.R.C. and the special advertisement. Auckland Trades Council.) MT. EDEN—HOME MISSION SUNDAY. 11 a.m., Rev. E. T. Olds; 7 p.m., Rev. E. B. Chambers. 4 REMUERA—II a.m. and 7 p.m.. Rev. Wesley Parker, M.A. MISSION BAY—HOME MISSION SUNDAY. 11 THE AUCKLAND CUTTERS, TRIMMERS, M.A.?' aI " erS ' P ' m " ' TRESSERS AND OTHER CLOTHING EMPLOYEESNEWMARKET—II a.m..' Supply. „ INDUSTRIAL UNION OF WORKERS. PARNELL—II a.m., Rev. J. J. Lewis, M.A., 8.D.; 4 p.m., Mr. Geo. Yearbury. THE NORTHERN TAILORS' INDUSTRIAL UNION PAKURANGA—2.IS p.m.. Rev. Wesley Parker, Qp WORKERS . : THE NORTHERN HATTERS' INDUSTRIAL UNION AUCKLAND WEST METHODIST CIRCUIT. op WORKERS. ST. JOHN'S, PONSONBY—Rev. H. C. Matthews, M.A. 11 a.m.: Sacrament. 7 p.m.: Theme. THE NORTHERN FLOUR MILLS' INDUSTRIAL "Revolution—Why Not?" UNION OF'WORKERS. RICHMOND AVE.—II a.m.: Rev. B. H Riseley, Sacrament. 7 p.m.: Rev. H. Moore. All members are requested to attend the Labour GT. NORTH RD.—ll a.m.: Mr. E. Sussex. Victory Demonstration In the DOMAIN on SUNDAY BAYFIELD—II a.m.: Mrs. Rlseley. NEXT, August 5, at 2.30 p.m.. to celebrate the AVON-DALE METHODIST CIRCUIT. British Labour Movement In the MT. ALBERT MT. ALBERT 4 D. BROPHY, Secretary. HOME MISSION SUNDAY. 11 a.m.—REV. H. J. ODELL, Assistant Superin- AUCKLAND DRIVERS' UNION 6 30-"sone service" 6 Mlsslons ' Organised labour, under the leadership of the THURSDAY—7.3O. Lantern Lecture, by Rev. H. Labour" the , P f£ e , rat ',° n ti? f J. Odell: 7. a Maori Major of this war will 'Ifir „ ' and pay tribute to the Re"" Wane h r e p C a°rker r Bar '" W ° rshiP ' M takcs th"e WA*n3RVIEW—II , Mr. T. W. Hemer; 7. Rev. 2 A ? O C p.m ° DOMAIN TO-MORROW iSunday), at AVONDALE—II, Rev. Bycroft: 7. Mr. F. C. Day, Drivers, Labourers and Brick and Tile Workers' B.A. unions urge members to assemble at the corner NEW LYNN—II Rev. Duncan. ot ™t Street and Karangahape Road at 1.45 GLEN EDEN—II, Rev. Moore; 7, Mr. Groves. , mal ij h & l^ c DOMAIN with the Bands HENDERSON—II.IS. Supply; 7, Rev. H. J. Odell. of the Waterside Workers Union. TE ATATU—2.4S, Rev. Odell. Prominent speakers will address the gathering on the significance of Labour's Victory in Britain. fi> en iw MFTiffinrsx rit n n rii Support Labour's achievement, your Trade Union EISOM METHODIST. CHURCH. an d Party Affiliations, and BE AT THE DOMAIN TO-MORROW, SUNDAY, AUGUST 6. at 2.30 TO-MORROW! CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. * L. G. MATTHEWS. Sec. 11 a.m.— ■ o, , FT; J ' J v - Mckenzie, b.a. amalgamated society of railway Soloist: Mrs. Roger Errington. SERVANTS Anthem: "The Eearth is the Lord's." 3 p.m.— AUCKLAND BRANCH. Cantata: "Penitence, Pardon and Peace." RALLY TO DOMAIN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 5. M°. Un E de.r I pmm a S r S mon?5 C (.n r a!e B 'voice S ). celebrate British labour victory. 7 p.m.— Members to assemble top of Pitt Street, 1.45 p.m. REV. H. L. FIEBEG, B.A. v Soloist: Miss Winifred Gourdie. 4 Anthem: "The Day is Past and Over.'* L/nairman. ONEHUNGA METHODIST CIRCUIT. " HOME MISSION SUNDAY. SHP. KLAND LAUNDRY WORKERS, DYERS AND ONEHUNGA—II: Rev. Walter Parker. 7: Rev. dEANERS' INOTSTRUI, UNION OF D. Hickman. Monday, 7.30: Rev. G. I. BUKRIKS „ „, , J _ , Members are requested to attend Rally, to be PENROSE—II: Rev. D. Hickman (S). 4: Rev. held under the auspices of Auckland LRC and E. B. Chambers. Trades Council at the AUCKLAND DOMAIN on WESTNEY RD.—ll: Mr. W. E. Archer. SUNDAY. August 5. 1945, at 2.30 p.m to Celebrate WALMSLEY RD. —2.30: Rev. D. Hickman. Labour Party's Victory in British General Election. METHODIST CENTRAL MISSION M R HAYF-5 p„,u„, (opp Main Entrance Town Hall). 4 F jmmrn Superintendent: REV. A. EVERIL ORR. W. E. ARMOUR. Secretary. H m"' Prthttp MTTrHFT I Serial' AUCKLAND WOOLLEN MILLS, KNITTING MILLS 7 p.m.—REV. ARTHUR MITCHELL. beriai. AND HOSIERY PArTHRIVc rwrircV "From Shepherd Life To Royalty." Soloist: FACTORIES EMPLOYEES' Miss Lynnette Thompson. Communion at close ... _ of service. t-.™ 1 members are urged to attend the FRANKLIN RD.—ll a.m.. Rev. Arthur Mitchell. irf,,? onst T at '?, n , t0 , e hel d to celebrate Labour's MAORI MISSION—II a.m. and 7 p.m. victory in England. 2.30 P.M. TO-MORROW NEWTON EAST MISSION. (SUNDAY) Dundonald Street, Top Symonds Street. _.. . TO-MORROW, 2.30 P.M. 11—Mr. R. Slimm (Communion). 7-Mr. T. Wilson, *Rotd™^*^™^ TUES., 7.30, Prayer. WED., 2 p.m., Mothers' Announced) 0 d as Previously Meeting. THURS.. 7.30, Bible Study. All Welcome. 4 w ASHTON Sec REV. LIONEL B. FLETCHER. FINAL AND FAREWELL MEETINGS AUCKLAND AND SUBURBAN LOCAL BODIES IN NEW ZEALAND. LABOURERS' UNION. SATURDAY NEXT. AUGUST 11. AT 7.30 P.M. SUNDAY. AUGUST 12, AT 3 P.M. ... , GREAT UNITED MEETINGS. LED BY UNITED DOMATN 9 asseml >le In the j CHOIRS UNDER REV. CLIFFORD REAY. DOMAIN at 2.30 p.m. SUNDAY, August 5, to New Zealand has been greatly blessed by six col °brate Labour's Victory in Britain. months of great evangelistic meetings. Large and small towns have enjoyed the opportunity ol hear- 4 H s pat t a** ing the Empire Evangelist,. a ' °* See. Auckland has the unique privilege of Two Great — Final Meetings. , rrr ,^ T Ministers please announce and Christian people BOOTMAKERS' please pray much and work hard for such meet- INDUSTRIAL UNION OF WORKERS. Church 8 life' tholr marlC °" lndlVldUal BRITISH LABOUR VICTORY CELEBRATIONS Here is the opportunity to bring friends alone. DOMAIN, SUNDAY AFTERNOON NEXT. Testimonies pour in concerning blessings re- Every member requested to attend and celebrate ceived. Here are one or two. See that Auckland this glorious achievement. captures some such blessings: 4 a it , "I received great blessing from the Christchurch • Secretary. meetings and want to give my whole life to the — . Lord." AUCKLAND SUGAR WORKS EMPLOYEES' "I heard Mr. Fletcher a few weeks ago and INDUSTRIAL UNION OF WORKERS would like you to tell me what it means to give All members are requested to attend the relr*your heart to the Lord. I should have answered bration of Labour's Victorv in Britain at th* the appeal but was shy." AUCKLAND DOMAIN, SUNDAY Aumist 5 nf 9in "I see life quite differently now. I feel a new p.m. ' auNUAX - August 5. at 2.30 woman," was the testimony of a lady leaving the 4 F C hhandt ft? inquiry room last week. — Sec._ In many places whole families have answered rrrruaMCTiriT the appeal. . Now, AUCKLAND CHRISTIANS, what are we FVA\ r. F I ts t n , v v . ~ , doing for the friends and folk around us? Bring Prnm ttc a JACKSON, them along to the meetings for blessing. . J * rom bEATIL E. U.S.A., SATURDAY. August 11, at 7.30 p.m. Youth And Missionary to Java, will be speaking at organisation specially invited. „ CHORAL HALL CHORAL HALL SUNDAY, August 12, at 3 p.m. Final and Fare- Airec-ile Street (opp. Town Hall Doors). well meeting. t 11 A.M. AND 7 P.M. Country Friends in parties Ring 43-302 for seats. Since being bombed out of Java Evangelist Jackson The Choir, which meets for practice on Monday nas bcen evangelising throughout the United Next at Beresford Street Church, is asked to bring States. Campaign Music and No. 3 Alexander where pos- J? E HA S A MESSAGE FOR YOU. sible. SCRIPTURAL SANE — SALUTARY A Prayer Meeting will be held TO-NIGHT (Sat- SATURDAY. 7.3o—Prayer Meeting. urday) at the W.W.W. Rooms. His Malestv's THURSDAY. 7.3o—Evancelist Jarksnn. Arcade, when Mr. Liddle will conduct the meet- rnmcTnv ... Tlvr „, __ „ lng and also tell something of the last tour round CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE OF WOMEN & GIRLS, the towns with Mr. Fletcher. 5 « SWANSON STREJST (Upstairs). MR. FLETCHER OCCUPIES THE PULPIT AT SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING. BERESFORD STREET\ MORNING AND EVENING. TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, AT 7.30 P.M. IU-MORrtOW, sth. Chairman: MR. K. RIMMER. THE N.Z. BIBLE TRAINING INSTITUTE. Speaker: Mr. A. BAIN. The Annual "GIFT DAY will be held at the „ . Itel "f' Sur " ,or ; Institute on THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, at Men a "biSmY ODBT TEA. 8 ' An tnt»r«tlr^ 3 nrr a " d . WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 5.30 TO 7 P.M. An interesting programme will be provided by Speaker: REV. G. CLIFFORD REAY. the Students. Soloist: MRS..G. C. REAY. Keep This Date Free. AU women and Qirls Welcome. 4

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945

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