TTILBiRNIE METHODIST CIRCUIT. -5 a*. -■■■-- HATAITAI-ll a.m., Rev. F. T. Read; 7 p.m., Mr. H. D. C. Horwood. MARANUI—II a.m., Mr. H. Moston; 7 p.m., Rev. F. T. Read. WORSER BAY-7 p.m., Mr. L. Jones. METHODIST CENTRAL MISSION. Rev. G. Knowles Smith. 10 am. —Silver Band, Lipman-street. ' 11 a.m.—Webb-street. "THE TRANSFIGURATION." 6 p.m. —Silver Band, Ghuznee-street. 7 p.m. — EVERYBODY'S THEATRE. "STUDIES AROUND THE CROSS: , Joseph of Arimathea." So!o: "Sun of My Soul," Mr. H. A. Pargetter. WESLEY CHURC H. NELSON-STREET, PETONE. SUNDAY, 15th AUGUST. 11 a.m.—Communion. » '■ . 7 p.m.—"A Man* Appeal to Christ." Preacher: Rev. C. Blair. j ower hut.t methodist Ij church. SUNDAY, 15th AUGUST. 1 11 a.m.—Rev. W. Rowc. 7 p.m.—Rev. Edmeades (from India). TAITA—II a.m., Mr. Simpson; 3 p.m. ■E-STELLINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH VV. (Vivian-st.). Morning, H T Mr: E. J. D. Hercus, M.A. Communion. : Evening, 7—Rev. R. S. Gray. APTIST CHURCH, BROOKLYN. —Rev. W. S. Rollings. — 11 a.m., "Christian Baptism"; 7 p.m.. "Is Jesus Christ Related to Every Man?" Visitors welcome. ISLAND BAY BAPTIST CHURCH. SUNDAY SERVICES. Morning, 11—Rev. T. K. Ewen. Evening, 7—Mr. J. C. Raine. Soloist, Morning Service, Mr. M'Keown. BERHAMPORE BAPTIST CHURCH, Rintoul-atreet. SUNDAY SERVICES. Morning, 11; Evening, 7. /phristian science society. Christian science society. 46, Boulcott-stij^et. SERVICES. -SUNDAY, 7 p.m.—"Soul." Golden Text: Psalms 62:5. Responsive Reading:' Psalms 91:1-6, 9-11, 14, 15. Sunday School, 3 p^m. WEDNESDAY EVENING, 8 o'clock.— Testimony Meeting' v Reading Room and Hall: 46, Boulcottstreet. Open daily 2 to 4 p.m., except Sundays and Public Holidays. QIEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST O CHURCH, Tasman-street. I Sabbath School, 9.45 a.m., Saturday. Sabbath—Service, 11 a.m. Sunday Night, at 7 p.m., 15th August. j Subject: "The Great World-wide Sab- ( I bath Reform Movement." Speaker: PASTOR, W. GJLLIS. | (pHRISTADELPHIAN MEETING. i Victoria Hall, Adelaide-road. An« Address will be delivered (God wilt- ! ing) in the above Hall on SUNDAY ! NEXT,/7 p.m. Subject: "Jesus to tho People. 'What shall a man give in exchange for his own soul.' " All welcome. Seats free. No collection. | . . . npHE SALVATION ARMY, QCJEEN'S THEATRE, CUBA-STREET. 11 a.m.—Holiness Meeting. 3 p.m.—Praise and Testimony. 7 >fc.m.—Salvation Meeting. Beautiful Music and Singing by Silver Band and Songsters. Special "Congregational Singing. A Cordial Welcome for all. STAFF-CAPTAIN AND MRS. BLADIN and LIEUT. BARTLETT, in charge. CHRISTIAN COVENANTORS' <L> CONFEDERACY FELLOWSHIP MEETING. The Usual Weekly Fellowship Meeting of tho Covenanters will be held (D.V.) TO-NIGHT, at 7.30 p.m., -in tho Churcn Hall of the Baptist Church in Vivian-st. Will all who desire a real Revival come together for Prayer? ■y W. C. A., HERBERT-STREET. \ * TO-MORROW, 4.15. FOREIGN DEPARTMENT SERVICE; Speaker: MR, EDMEADE (A Missionary from India). COLLECTION. /p(HURCH OF GOD TABERNACLE.— \.J Tasman-street.—TO-NIGHT. 7.30: Lesson 2 Sam. 12:13:1-15. TO-MORROW, 11—Subject: "Eden , Day-line." No 5. Man drops one day from the Creator s Week, on its journey i;ound the world, a fact, which makes the "so-called New Zealand Sunday to bo the Genuine S.D. Sabbath. Deut. 4:2. Picture Service 6.30. DAVID NIELD, Pastor. mORY-ST! 1 OPS?J DOOR GOSPEL X MISSION (Undenominational). "CHRIST'S ABILITY" will bs the Subject on Sunday Evening. MR. ROBERT YOUNG will be .the speaker. Come! At 7 p.m. No Collection. A T ST. JOHN'S CHURCH last SunJ\. day, REV. MR. BURRIDGE preached against' THEOSOPHY. Fairminded people do not pass judgment on any question until they have heard both sides. Those who wish to hear the other side of THEOSOPHY are invited to attend THE PUBLIC LECTURE ON SUNDAY, 15th, at 7 p.m. Subject: "MAN'S MANY LIVES ON EARTH," Or THE QUESTION MEETING ON WEDNESDAY. 16th, at 8 p.m. At , ■ THE THEOSOPHICAL HALL, • THE THEOSOPHICAL HALL, 19, Marion-streat, near To Aro Poet Omce, When MR. H. BANKS, National Lecture: 1 for Now Zealand, will give the THKOSOPHICAL side of tho question. KING'S THEATRE. ST. PETER'S MISSION, Taranalci-st. MISSION SERVICE, • EVERY SUNDAY, at 7 p.m. Speaker, Sunday, ISili August, 1920, j REV. T. rEILDEN, TAYLOR. » Subject: "The Church and the Individual." Oschestra, 6.30-7 p.m. . Sacred Solo during Service;
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