ECCLESIASTICAL MOUNT EDEN BAPTIST CHURCH, Near Sytnonds Street. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. Minister: REV, REX. GOLDSMITH, M.A. 11—"WHAT CAN THE RIGHTEOUS DO?" 7—"REVERENCING GOD'S NAME—A STUDY OP THE THIRD COMMANDMENT." VICTORY THANKSGIVING, 7.30 P.M. Day of Peace Celebration. Details later. A Welcome to These Helpful Services. MOUNT ALBERT BAPTIST CHURCH. Minister: REV. HAYES LLOYD. 11 a.m.—•■SEALED UNTO THE DAY OF REDEMPTION." 7 p.m.—PICTORIAL MESSAGE on 23rd Psalm, "The Lord Is My Shepherd." Beautifully illustrated' by seleat slides. GRANGE ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH. 11 a.m.—REV. F. L. SMART. 7 p.m.—MR. V. HYNDMAN. Bright Singing and Cheering Messages. Come and have Fellowship Together. SHACKLETON ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH. Minister: REV. F, L. SMART. 6.30 p.m.: Prayer Meeting and Song Service. 7 p.m.: The Religion of Remnants." Visitors Cordially Invited. N. 8.: Church Members' Annual Business Meeting, August 15. at 7.30 P.m. - SANDRINGHAM BAPTIST CHURCH, Corner Duncan Ave. and Taumata Road. Minister: FASTOR A. V. BROWN. 11 a.m.—"God's Programme For Rehabilitation. 7 p.m.—"Where Are the Dead?" A Welcome Always irom the Church on the Hill. NORTH MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHCECH. Minister: REV. J. A. CLIFFORD. M.Sc. SPECIAL AUGUST SERVICES. 11 a.m.—"UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER." 7 p.m.—"LABELS AND LIBELS." WEDNESDAY, 7.30 p.m.—Deeper Life Meetings. Mr. W. J. Mains. Soloist: Mr. Clinton Williams. PONSONBY BAPTIST CHURCH. Minister—Student-Pastor A. J. Wakelin. 11 a.m.—Memorial Service to the late Miss F. Hutchinson and Mrs. E. Turner. Preacher: The Minister. 7 p.m.—Student S. Edgar. VALLEY ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH. Preacher: J. OSWALD SANDERS. 11 a.m.—"He Made It Again." 5 p.m.—Monthly Tea. Students of Evangelical Union. 7 p.m.—Service conducted by Students of the E.U J _Speake£:__Mr._Murray Platt. MILFORD BAPTIST CHUECH. "The Community Church." A Vital Centre of Spiritual Life and Light. Word ot God Faithfully Expounded. Come This Sunday. 11 a.m., 7 p.m. REV. RAYMOND SIMPSON. SUBURBAN BAPTIST CHCECHES. SERVICES 11 A.M. AND 7 P.M. AVONDALE—Rev. C. D. Rosie. EPSOM—Student Judkins. Student Puddle. MANUREWA—Student Thompson. MERRILANDS—Rev. A. Anstice. NEW LYNN—Rev. C. Chant. OTAHUHU—Rev. D. B. J?. Carlisle. PAPATOETOE—Student Crnwiord. Student Nees. PONSONBY—Student Wakelin, Student Edgar. PT. CHEVALIER—Rev. N. R. Wood. RICHMOND—Pastor H. W. Page. ROYAL OAK—Rev. L. A. Day. SANDRINGHAM—Pastor A. V. Brown. WHITE SWAN —Student Christensen. 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.—Preacher: REV. C. H. LOWDEN Subject: "ALIVE FOR EVERMORE." 2.45 p.m.—Sunday School. Bible Classes attending Lionel B. Fletcher Campaign Meeting at Town Hall. 7 p.m.—MISSIONARY SERVICE. Special Visit of MISS GLADYS O. FLETCHER, of the Ramabai Mukti Mission, India. Service conducted by REV. H. S. CONWAY. Young People's Fellowship Supper at the close of the Evening Service. All young people cordially Invited. WEDNESDAY, 7.30 p.m.—Monthly Meeting of Missionary Prayer Fellowship. Speaker: MISS M LIVINGSTONE, of Women s cnnstlan Medical College, Punjab, India. "As many as received Him, to them gave He power to Decome the sons of God, even to them that believe on His name." John, 1: 12. On the Declaration of Peace a Thanksgiving Service will be held. Watch for further notices. SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH. Established in England 1817. 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.— School. 11 a m.—"God's Treasure in Human Coin." Soloist: Miss Ruth Gray. 3 p.m.—Rev. Lionel B. Fletcher's Town Hall Rally. 7 p.m.—A Choral Presentation by the Auckland Grammar.School Boys' Choir. Subject: "Gentlemen, the King!" Be early for £ seat. 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 oi Friendship Hall. Newton Road. A. H. DALLIMORE. Evangelist. AVONDALE MISSION, WINGATE STREET, AVONDALE. Minister, PASTOR F. WILSON. 11 a.m.—The Lord's Table. 2.30 p.m.—Sunday School and Bible Classes. TUESDAY, 7.30 p.m.—Service in Avondale Mission Hall. Please Note.— SPECIAL EVANGELISTIC CAMPAIGN Every Sunday Evening, 7 p.m., Thursday 7.30 p.m., UNITY HALL, 323, Queen Street (just above Town Hall). "But the end of all things is at hand: be ye 4: 7. Subject Sunday, August 12: "The Horses of Revelation" (illustrated with beautiful lantern slides). Learn about the days in which you are living. God's Word is a sure Guide. 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. All Welcome to These Inspiring Meetings. SPIRITUALIST CHURCH OF N. Z., AUCKLAND BRANCH, Alma St. (opposite Olympic Pool), Newmarket. SUNDAY. 10 a.m.—Healing Meeting. 3 p.m.—Speaker: Rev. Mary M. Dreaver. Subject, "PSYCHIC AND PLANETARY ASPECTS OF THE NEW ATOMIC POWER." Questions answered. 7. pm.—Speaker: Miss Eileen Johnstone, M.A. Subject, "CREATIVE THOUGHT." TUESDAY, 2 p.m.—Psychometry Meeting. Rev. G. Brooks. CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALIST * CHURCH, 43, Mackelvie Street (Ponsonby end). TO-NIGHT, 8 p.m.: Open circle conducted by Rev. Gertrude Brooks. > SUNDAY, 7 p.m.: Address, "Colours and Their Vibrations." Clairvoyance. Rev. Gertrude Brooks. TUESDAY, 8 p.m.: Open Circle conducted by THURSDAY. B"p.m.: Palmistry. Mr. Fltton. CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALIST MISSION. ODDFELLOWS' HA'jL, Pj.iT STREiiX. SUNDAY, 7 p.m.—Speaker, Rev. K. Philpott. Floral and Clairvoyant Messages. MONDAY, 2.3o—Psychometry Meeting. ALL WELCOME. XHE CHURCH OF TIIE GOLDEN LIGHT. PROTESTANT ALLIANCE HALL, 44, Eden Ter. SUNDAY. 7 p.m.: Trance Address by Rev. Faithful Philpott. "Man Made Perfect Through Suffering" (Man Has Power Over Hie Own Dominion). Clairvoyance. U A WELCOME TO ALL. M - R XV. H. GRAY-STONES IrTvites you to a FLORAL SERVICE, also invites > ..HEALTH ADDRESS." And WRITTEN QUESTIONS ON HEALTH. THIS SUNDAY. 7 P.M., In Upper Room. ORANGE HALL. Newton Road. I _—. ■ • TO-NIGHT SATURDAY. A GREAT CHALLENGE TO N.Z. YOUTH. REV. LIONEL B. FLETCHER Gives his Final Messages to Auckland To-night at 7.30, and "AN ATOMIC BOMB FOR THE DEVIL." Solo: MRS. CLIFFORD REAY. Then Final Meeting— TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) AT 3, When he will speak on "A TRUE DETECTIVE STORY" These are Mr. Fletcher's farewell messagesbefore leaving next week for Australia. Come early and enjoy the organ music by Large REAY At the Piano. Rev. Rex. Goldsmith. Enjoy the thrill of the great crowd singing old " I &jJs T os t blSffiS"ttat i, free to all. ■ DON'T MISS THESE TWO MEETINGS ' in the TOWN HALL. B i BLE TRAINING INSTITUTE. The La S^in\^rF^sTo d *th y e iDViteS -wfntY.THIRD ANNUAL GIFT DAY, TW TO BEHELD AT THE INSTITUTE. 41! Queen Street, on THURSDAY AUGUST 16, 1945, from 2.30 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. The Building will be open for inspection and an interesting programme rendered by etudents. ALL GIFTS GRATEFULLY RECEIVED. pome and Bring » Friend. Refreshments. »* -*""» wiS L y EA R G E U V E 'K&BSHgS Kindergarten Building, TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) at 2.45 p.m.
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