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ECCLESIASTICAL 8 a.m. and noon—Holy Communion. .„ .■Minister: REV. DAVID N PRYor 10 a.m.—Sunday School and Bible Classes. a.m.': "Th^HStorte^cwJ-h , & ray SJ M ? e ""e- " 4 p.m.—Holy Baptism. _ 7 p.m.—Evensong and Sermon. The Verv R« «?*!„ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, ,hC ik De.n it of, Auckiand. "This l 6 The* SaCE IvS.?o n n e . Pr A C n?Se e m : - 7 KM«r S*™f~l FBESBYXERIAN CHURCH. kv3ong nd in C ?hc m parirh "SSSFegg Social for "Memffe'r? otihe CHURCH r^ onds gtreet **' IJad* ' °E° H ' 8 a.m.—Holy Communion. .. Minister: REV. W. R. MILNE 11 a.m.—Suns Eucharist. 11 a.m.—"The Spiritual Significance of the 7 p.m.— Evensong. . Preacher: REV F , a tn «, ..—, Atomic Bomb." OSMERS, Chaplain R.N.Z.A.F wJ~ J The sln of Blasphemy." Vicar: REV. S. B. R. CORBIN. JZ^^J^^M^tn^* 1 Conßreßatlonal ALL SAINTS-CHURCH, PONSONBY. ST, LDKE 'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 8 a.m.-Holy CoSta XI - „ REMUERA ROAD. 9.45 a.m.—Crusaders. " a -">.—REV. G. A. NAYLOR. 11 a.m.—Maori Mission Gift Service (Vicar) 7 D - m -—VERY REV. GEO BUDD 7 P'"--|™E o (R|v. B |' E^'tty i ) 6Aß • . Socialjlour After Evening __ THE CHURCH OF THS EPIPHANY KNOX PRES BY T BRIAN CHURCH, 8.30 a.m.—Holy Communion. Minister: rct g a NAvrnn 11 am-Old Folks' Service. The Rev. Harry " a.m.-VERY rev. GEORGE BUDD Unveiling 7 The Vicar. Memorial Tabiet to the late Andrew Murray ALL WELCOME TO ALL SERVICES. - .7 p.m.— tn COME." THE CHURCH OF ST. GEORGE, Kingsland MDUNX EDEN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 7.30 a.m.—Holy Communion. ' , a.m.—"All Power Is Given Unto Me." 11 a.m.—Holy Communion and Teaching. The ™;i7t- 1 } vlth Discussion: "is It the Vicar. B - ■ Lne £ hh u h s J aul ' That So Many Are Indifferent 7 p.m.—Evensong. The Rev. Canon F w °_ ohr istianity?" Young. Preacher: REV. J, D. SMITH, B.A ALL WELCOME TO ALL SERVICES. " " — S. LUKE'S MOUNT ALBERT ST " CHUKCn ' YOUTH WEEK. U ?Jiri M ,? m( 2, r ,. lal Service to the late Mrs. A. Concluding Day. ' I *™ \l^a R n?l I S- Worship. 7 P ' m - IS Chrlst «*»«», Again? 10 a.m.—Holy Communion. First Communion of Pr &acher at both Services: Rev. Anyus Sutherland Newly Confirmed. , HBtto -*« i SOM c|?n\f Lan^R U d RCU- " "SPCT PelTettJeTc T " Your 5 p'm!—Young People's Tea! r y °° n erence- 7 p^J|;~m'2l * t F .t! tn ,, of , a Moden » Man Who 7 p.m.—Parents' Night Service conducted by the Stumbles at the Cross." Young People. Preacher, Chaplain V. Veni- MOUNT ALBERT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. •«S«ra *-> *« -o.ed by u s^rf-ii'SsSL'TZ The Rev. H. 1,. R. isherwood. Vicar. , ~ c . Young> .. uu , s rea , tmgedy CHURCH OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE, W " hl ° ourselves -" ELEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. BALMORAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 1 8 0 Minister: REV. ROY ALLEY. M.A. 11 a.m.—Sung Eucharist. 11 a.m.—"THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD." 7 p.m.—Evensong and Ser.non. 7 p.m.—"COMPANYING WITH OHRIST." Parade Sunday Augus" n i9 CrSary Celebration 3 commence of Royal Black Chapter and Orange Lodges. REV. FRANC. I. PARSONS, Vicar. : — EPSOM PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, BERESFORD ST. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Gardner Road. (Opposite Central Fire Station). Minister, ~ , REV. CLIFFORD L. WELCH,'Dip.Soc.Sc. u a.m.—"Father, Son and Holy Spirit." GREAT ANNUAL THANKSGIVING DAY. 7 P- m -— 'Why be a Christian?" 11 a.m.—"The Pre-eminent Christ." REV. J. W. McKENZIE. Noon —Holy Communion. —.—. 7 p.m.—"Divine Generosity." I ST. JOHN'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 6 p^m.—Niue Islanders' Service in the Church PAPATOETOE. Minister: REV. E. J. ORANGE. Hall. Preacher: Rev. C Beharell (appointed 91et Anniversary Services, to Niue Islnnd as L.M.S. Missionary). 11 a m Ht*v r> n Mnrninrmfr) ""JwS 31 ™?.. T C o?n^ E i, o^ d ?r y «*?» ay ,- OO n T \ e • SSl— Bible c££ Tet Old Folks Lounge is open from 12 noon - 4 7 p -m _ Rev. A. J. Huston. g.m. All old folks welcome to & "home from Parade of Girl Guides ■ and Boy-Scouts. ome. — ' —— —— PRESBYTERIAN SOCIAL SERVICE ASSN.. MOUNT EIIEN CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, EDINBURGH STREET HALL, NEWTON. Corner Esplanade and View Roads. SUNDAY—9.3O a.m.: Men's Meeting (followed by Minister: REV. W. M. ISITT. B.A. (Cantab.). B r |v. "th'omas''hallid'ay*. Subject: ?. Tn ' e ~ . _ WTrv „ -nTrtiAviPTT o.h« i<, ™»,minif i/, Greatest Discovery." Mission Choir Sings. 11 a i??' — » V - C ' BEHA VELL who Is returning to THURSDAY—2.IS p.m.: -Mothers' Meeting. AfterNlue after many years of service there and no on tea. 7.30 p.m.-Prayer MeeUng. also in Papua on behalf of the London . AL £ welcome. Missionary society. , Anthem: "Sleepers, Wake! A Voice Is Calling." APO STOLIC C H U B C 11, 7 p.m.—REV. W. M. ISITT, B.A. ST. BENEDICT STREET. CHURCHES o"T CHRIST PASTOR C " MADDEN. (Associated). SUNDAY. Communion All Churches, 11 a.m. PONSONBY RD.—ll a.m.: Mr. T. Bond. 7 p.m.: 11 a.m.—Breaking of Bread and Worship. F. E. Slattery (IYA). 2.15 p.m.—Sunday School. DOMINION RD.—ll a.m.: S. S. Hamilton. 7 p.m.: 3.15 p.m.—Witness Bible Class. Gospel service:* 7 p . m ._ao»pel: "Ye Must Be Bom Again." ONEHUNGA—II a.m.: Worship. N. T. Hals. 7 p.m.: Farewell Services. TUESDAY—7.3O p.m.: Ministry Meeting. a" WEDNESDAY-10.30 a.m.: Sister," Prayer Meeting. MT. ALBERT—II a.m.: E. Hanham. THURSDAY—7.3O p.m.: Prayer and Praise. '■I^MASONS-' 1 HAL?. UpV Queen Str^t. 8 ' BIRKENHEAD. VICTORIA BALL. 11 a.m.—Worship and Fellowship. SUNDAY—7 p.m.: Gospel Service. 7 p.m.—"Will God Intervene Before Science WEDNESDAY—7.IS p.m.: Ministry. Destroys ci^ a J Ion^ ERNER PAPATOETOE. 67. GREAT SOUTH ROAD. TO-MORROW AFTERNOON, AT 3 O'CLOCK. SUNDAY —11 a.m.: Breaking o£ Bread and Worship SECOND OF A SPECIAL SERIES OF SUNDAY 7 p.m.—Gospel Service. AFTERNOON ADDRESSES. See Lecture Column In This "sue CHURCH WITH THE PERSONAL A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL VISITORS. tvvTTATinw No collection. iNvirAiioH. CHRIST A a D s E t P H I A N S ACCKLAND WAYSIDE MISSION, UNITY HALL, 323, QUEEN STREET. 313, QUEEN STREET. 11 a.m., Fellowship. 7 p.m. .Address. Motto: "All One In Christ Jesus." Subject: "The Faith Once Delivered to the Saints" SUN r>AY—IO 30 a m.. Morning. Worship, conducted (Jude-3.) * by Mr k. Rimmer: Devotional Message, MISS MR. J. H. WILLIAMS. GLADYS FLETCHER. 3 p.m The People's Visitors .welcome. No coHection. lo^^.'J 1 W° SSfefi.** jSK UNITARIAN CHURCH Ponsonby Road Evening Service at 95. Nelson Street (near Reservoir). MONDAY-7.30 p.m.. Men's Meeting, Mr. H. Bailey. Evening Service, 7 p.m. Organ Recital, 6.30 p.m. WEDNESDA Y—7.3O p.m.. Lantern Talk on Central Music by Bach, Handel. Lemare and Merkel. cXT'a? an early date. NEW CHURCH CSwedenborgUn). THURSDAY a p.m.—Women's Meeting. NEWTON ROAD (left Irom Symonds Street). """*""' , Divine Worship, Sunday. 11 a.m. — -„„„,.». "THE SECRET THE MOST HIGH." WEST «™ f , T F ruths) CHRIST — ... -—• 245 p ni. Sunday School and Bioie Classes. THE SALVATION ARM X. 7 p . m ._ P ASTOR WM. CAMPBELL B^" b^V. CONGRESS HALL CORPS. GREY S AVENUE. t BOMBS 63ND ANNIVEBSARY u MEETINGS. 1883 - 19 45. UgSfcltt-g*. «U approaches.^nle, ' COLONEL AND SLATTERY, gSthly M«t,ng. TO-NIGHT, 8 p.m.". Come and enjoy a s P len £' d SP lrit s a b , e st udy Partnership Ticket, 1/. WEDNESDAY, g JM; 11 a.m.—Holiness Meeting. Subject: "The Ques- : *3pT-T £ he Di^p e y Shl Hb;, Subject: "The Hour CHB IJ. SCIENTIST. ' 7 p°m *&%£ SS , , nß l T UcffiD H n6. SYMONDS STREET. j'ect: "The Challenge of the Day." ne _ ~ jgls subject: "SPIRIT." 7.4s°p.in.—Evangelistic Meeting. . 10, 12-14. ONDAY SO HOOL, 11 A.M. «^S , j^i, A Tes«mony a Meeting 8 WE WELCOME YOU. Read %om£y' W Friday i 0 ti 4.30. 7hl SALVATION ABM*. i n i ng^o_^^_^__ =r-sp lrt tuai ° A BBHst- — Things New." — _ „ T A • SERVICE. ■mere will be no Afternoon Meeting at Newton. M E M u a » PASTOR ANDREW REID Corps Officers. . SUNUAx, lollowed by an address by 11 am-Hollness Meeting. Speaker, Major Wool- seers' Meeting RAY JACKgoN . MAJQR WOOLFORD, Corps Officer. " P - m " - SUNDAY y SERVICES-li TO a i m bA and 7 6.30_ M P.m. ter: protestant r Z~j™ nmar - BXB^ss^-ft^'^srrßgs'sa t £ TMe "Let Israel Home Return- and 6' 3o e 1 4?7 r " T r NOW, Are We THE (A.Kkland Chartered Cen r tre). Arcade _ The palestlne . Room 405. F s ° no aaS~|reit ; 2 . The Great Aportaw. Nations _

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 189, 11 August 1945

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 189, 11 August 1945

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