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RELIGIOUS. \ I. R S T OHITBOH. HI a.m., Rev. J. LAWSON ROBINSON, I B.A. 6.30 p.m., Rev. GRAHAM H. BALFOUR, M.A., B.D. f Subject: "The War—A Conflict of Ideals.' Russell Street Branoh.—6-30 p.m., Rev. J. LAWSON ROBINSON, BJI. " N O X OHTTROH. 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev. J. R. FLEMING, 8.D., Of Newcastle, England. STUART HALL MISSION.—7 p.m., Rev. J. C. JAMIESON. At the conoluekm of the Evening Service 'Mr W. Paget Gale trill give a short Organ Recital, and Miss May Walton will eiug Handel's aria 'Rejoice Greatly.' T. CLAIR PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. > 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev. JOHN MILLER. 2.30 p.m.. Rev. A. B. AXELSEN. Special Holiday Service for the Children. CHRISTMAS CAROL SERVICE, 7.45 p.m. Chorus—The Hallowed Season. Chorus—There's a Wonderful Star. Solo—Far Away in David's City.—Miss Crawford. Duet—Christmaallde.—The Misses Paterson. Chorus—JStory of the Shepherd. Quartet—Jesus in n Manger.—Miss Walker, Mrs Benton, Mr Walker, Mr M'Naughton. Chorus—Christmas Song. Solo—Hymn for Christmas.—Miss Mill,er. Chorus—Happv Christinastldo Solo—Noel.—Miss Walker. Chorus—The. Babe of Bethlehem. Chorus —Hoeanna! to Great David's Son. SERVICE CHRISTMAS DAY, 10.30 a.m. T. ANDREW'S CHURCH. kJ 11 a.m.. 'The Soul's Holiday." 6.30 p.m.. 'They are Dead that Sought the Young Child's Life.' • Dr WADDELL. Christmas Anthems and Solos by the Choir and Friends at the close of the Evening Service. Kensington Branch.—Mr Watson, M„\. "TORTH-EAST VALLEY PRESBY.I TERIAN CHURCH. Rev. HENRY B. GRAY. 10 a.m., Men's Association. 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Church Services. 7.45 p.m., Sacred Christmas Music. Special Collections for Belgian Relief Fund. OPOHO—II a.m. end 6.30 p.m.. Mr A. M'NEUR. >RESBYTERY OF DUNE-DIN. CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICE In FIRST CHURCH, at. 10.30 a.m. A Special Service of Thanksgiving and Intercession. Addresses by Revs. W. SCORGIE and G. H. BALFOUR. The Moderator will Preside. USSELBURGK PRESBYTERIAN u CHURCH. CHRISTMAS SERVICES. Morning, 11. Evening, 6.30. SPECIAL CAROL SERVICE. Soloists: Misses V. Biirth, F>. Smith, D. Wren. Messrs Rawlinson and Gtlclirist. Cfrols and Anthems by the Choir. Hallelujah Chorus. Preacher, Rev. R. SCOTT ALLAN. 'ORNINGTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.—Rev. W. SCORGIE. 11 . 'Christmas: The Child, the Child Spirit'; 6.30 p.m., 'The Revolution: War and Teace.' IAVERSHAM PRESBYTERIAN ' CHURCH. Morning, 11. Communion Service; Evening. I 6.30. Christmas Sen-ice. ' cr, Rev. D. DUTTON. >BESBYTERIAN Services To-morroi BROAD BAY. 11 a.m. mid 7 p.m. NORTH-EAST HARBOR, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. } OSLYN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. j Highgate. 11 a.m., 'The Desire of Nati-ora.' 6.30 p.m., 'The New Creation.' Preacher: Rev. W. GRAY DIXON, M.A. "IAVERSHAM Presbyterian Cliuroh. ' Morning, 11. Communion Service. Evening, 6.30, Christmas Carol Service. Preacher, Rev. D. DUTTON. pIHALMERS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, > Lower York placo. Services 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. OUTH DUNEDIN Presbyterian Church.— k_j 10.30 a.m.. Meeting lor Prayer. Divine Services 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Christmastide. Preacher, Rer. R. F.URMAID. LL SAINTS' CHURCH. TO-MORROW. 8 and 11 a.m.; 6.30 p.m. eacher: TELE Dl After the Evening Service Christmas Carols. IRINITY METHODIST CHURCH. . 11 a.m., ' The Incarnate Word.' Anthem. "The Angel Gabriel.' 6.30 p.m., "The Wondrous Birth.' Anthem, ' Lift Up Your Heads' (Coleridge-Taylor). Solo, 'The Hush of Night hath Fallen,' Mr W. H. Harrison. CAROL. SERVICE, 8 p.m. sharp. Preacher: Rev. "VV. ARTHUR HAY. Woodhaugh, 6.30 p.m.—Rev. T. W. NEWBOLD. rpRINITY CHURCH CAROL SERVICE. V SUNDAY, 8 p.m. Solo Anthem—'O Come, All Ye Faithful.' 'The Star of Bethlehem.'—Mr W. G. Gemraell. Carol —' Good King Wenceslas.' 'A Llegend' (Tsehaikowsky).—Miss Nellie Densem. Carol—' Listen, Lordlings.'—Solo verses, Miss B. Wilden. Musical Recital—(a) ' Recessional', (b) Selection from 'ln Memoriam.'—Miss Rene Aslin. Carol—' The First Nowell.'—Solo verses, Miss Nellie Kay. 'Softlv the Night Is Sleeping.'—Miss Frances Grant. Carol—' What Child is This?" ' Sleep, Holy Babe.'—Master Sidney Swift. Solo Anthem—'Hark 1 Hark! My Soul.' 'A Dream of Bethlehem.' —Rev. Arthur Hay. Carol —'Voices of Angels."—Soloist, Miss P. West. Chorus—'And \be Glory' ('Messiah'). METHODIST CENTRAL MISSION. OCTAGON HALL. Morning and Evening, Rev. W. WALKER. CHRISTMAS CAROLS by the CHOIR. Soioi«t. Mr H. T. Desnwulins. After Church, CAROL SERVICE, S p.m. Soloists i Miss Leffevre, Miss Gate, Messrs DesmouJins, Leech, J. Patterson. Musical Monologue, Mrs A. Griffiths. Organist, Miss HaTland, L.A.B. Conductor, Mr W. R. Don. kUNDAS STREET Methodist Church J Morniug. Rev. Read; Evening, ChristI mas Carol Service, Rev. A. Pybua. Northieast Valley: 11, Mr Aslin; 6.30, Carol Service, Rev. H. Riohards. Ravonsbourne: I Morning, Rev. H. Richards; Evening, Carol Service, Mr A. Bruton. ST. KILDA Methodist Churoh.—ll a.m., R«v. A. J. Seamar; 6.30 p.m.. Student Brown. Christmas anthems Soloist, Mrs GUmouT. Anderson Bay: 11 a~m., Student Brown; S3O p.m., Rev. Seamer. Broad ttnv. 11 a m »r,fl 7 nllL. I?.MT_ T l . Cr. Oun> ming. Higholin': 7.30 p.m., Mr W. Fleming. 'EW Methodist Circuit. —Orphanage . Sunday. Cavershaaui 11 *jn. and 6.30 jn. Christmas Hymns, Rev. B. Drake. Mr G. Whlttleatone. AbboUfordi 11 a.m., Mr H. A. iEdeni 6.30 p.m., Rev. P. Frost. XTESLEY CHURCH, Cargill road.-Jl a.m., Rev. T. A. Pybus; 6.30 p.m., , sll T. Read; 7.45 p.m., Carol Sarvic*, I Children's Choir, Anthems. Solos, Recitations. Offertory in aid of Methodist OrphanOSLYN Methodist Church.—ll a.m.. Rev. J. T. Pinfold, M.A.; 6.30 p.m., Mr C. Smith. Maori Hill Methodist: 11 «.tn„ Mr 8. Scott; 6.30 p.m., Rev. J. T. Pinfold, B.D. ORNINGTON Methodist Churoh.—ll a.m.. Mr G. Slado (student); 6.30 p.m., r.'fflff^ittyglttrjim'M.ir'jJ alada; 6.30 p.m., Whf R. Moffait. HRISTIAN Science Society, Trades Hall ) {opposite First Church).—Sunday Eventf&Vte*s!^&J&^ I sS^

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15680, 19 December 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15680, 19 December 1914

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