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T THK DAILY PRESS, WHITEPI-AINS, N. SATURDAY,OCTOBER 19, 1929 RELIGIOUS NEWS OF WHITE PLAINS AND VICINITY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON IDLENESS AND PARASITISM GET BIBLE ’ S CONDEMNATION At the Presbyterian 'Round Table CITY SERVICES TOMORROW Chaiterton Hill Church (Congrc- 1:30 o'clock, Joseph Mitchell. supcr- galional). The eervlce of worship ' Intendont 11 o'clock service. The will be held at 11 o'clock. The pee ; pastor will deliver the massage on lor. the Rev. C. Sumner CHgood. the theme. “ ChrUUan Fellowahlp.\ wtll preach. The cborue choir wUl 1 o'clock, union meeting at the alng. \I aat under bis shadow - Bethel Baptist Church. Dr. WliUam- (Balrstow). he offertory solo, by son. pastor, with the Bethel Church Mrs. 1C E. Dougherty, will be “ The and the Union Baptist Church of Lord is My Shepherd\ (Pevny). ; Manhattan Park, Dr, Hughes, pa*- The 8und«y School of the church ' tor. Dr. Hughes will deliver the will meet st 8:18 promptly. Mr. ! message and his choir will lead the Walter E. Rosengarten la superln- singing service. 6:30. Christian Ea- tendenL ' tMavorf Miss Ella Williams. presi- At the young peoples meeting In dent. 7:16. service, preaching from the evening at 7 o'clock, the topic th# theme. “ Oh. true faith! ” Wed- wlll be “ Is Our ReUgion Adequate , nesday evening, prayer meotlng. for Everyday Life 7\ and the leader I Friday evening, choir rehearsal, will be Gordon Berkey. | Mrs. Louise Gregory, leader. Meetings during the week will be I ---------- as follows: “ - —------- ----------------------- -------- ------- *-** ------- \ ------- *■ tlon will i noon at 3 privilege <■■ ■ ■ . 1 Ur. I-*- - ’ Charier!..:: - T: , V: ; f Ks::li ’ .» the II irs. j- J. Pearsall of | loplc tor the sermon to be delivered ■#m «> ^,itov C m ^! MSrtUa W 'i?e r BLMiv This week the Presbyterians held the first dinner of the season at the weekly meetinj- i p. m. at the home of | lhewi V oi nn teer choir under the di- of th Round Table, a discussion group in which the members of the congregation par- iiiand .1 Lincoln avenue , rec u on 0 ( Mrs. a Miller win ren- ticipate. In the picture are, reading from left to right. Mr. Girvan N. Snider. Mr. Cres- IroEy^Vp! £at the i well Maclauglin, the speaker of the occasion ; Mr. John A. Campbell, and Rev. Thomas rs. J. Oberle. 81 Alex-1 vVebef at the organ. The Sunday «; . school meets In an departments st nizatlon meeting and fl;S0 *. m . On Wednesday st 4 p. m. annectlon with Hie an- | [he confirmation class meets with si canvass will be held tb< pa,tor j n ue lower suditorium ing st the church. The of lhe c hurch. The first eoelsl event Dickinson, former pae- of u,, ..aeon conducted by the hutch, will speak. Ladlea Aid Society *iil be on Frl- ----------- day. October 28, I d the evening in Scarsdale Churches Church — “ The Strangers Sabbath ----------- Homs*-\ 151 South Lexington avo- First Church of Christ. Scientist, nue. Chester A. Teales. minister; Msplc and Mamaroncck avenue Mias May Carpenter, organis' : Ern- Sunday services at 11 a. m. and 8 est H. WanstaU. superintendent of p. m. the bible school. Subject: Doctrine of Atonement. 10 — Bible Bchool conducted by the Golden Text: Philipplans 2: U. 13. superintendent, assisted by the of- , vvork out your own salvation with fiesrs and teachers. fear and trembling. For It is God 11 a. m, — Morning Worship with j w h| c h worketh in you both to will a sermon by the pastor speaking Kn d to do of his good pleasure. Re- from the theme. \The Challenge Qfvisponaive Reading: Hebrews 6:8, 8. the Nsw Conference Year.\ Special J u ; t:l. 11-14. music by the choir. I Sunday School convenes at 8:10 7 p- m — Christian Endeavor Pray- | «. m. The Wednesday evening . er Meeting. . I meeting at which testimonials of 7:48 p. m. — Evening worship be- . Christian Science healing are given ginning with a song service duringI is at 8:18 p. m. The reading room which the old hymns of tha church la open dally from 12 noon to 6:30 will be sung. The theme of the p. m„ where {authorized Christian pastor ’ s message will be “ The Pow- Science literature may be read, pur er of Prayer.\ Mrs. Howard Cham- chased or borrowed. gigantic Intellect soared to height s hitherto unattalned. A philosopher. ttvansriiruu i.mnt-run i nuren oi i he Redeemer, of the United Lulb- The .~-ond annua! confirmation Tan Church In America. Rev^ reunion will he held at Trinity Bussell F. Auman. B. D. paatorPLutheran Church tomorrow. Ar- tealdence. G4 Sprague road rangcmrnls have been In charge of Sunday School it 8:48 a. m. I Gustav Olson and Miss Lily Laraon, Divine Worship at 11 a. m. j assisted by a central committee Services held each Sunday In the consisting of one member from Jasonlc Hall. Harwood Building, each close confirmed ipenser place. 8carsdale. The reunion was an Innovation --------- — j last fall, and the success pf the Greenville Reformed Church, event prompted the confirmands to Antral avenue and Old Army road ' make the reunion and annual event. Greenville. R»v. Richard E. Han- Communion service will be cele- :on minister. brated at 11 »- m. Rev. Mr. Law- Sunday School. 8:46 a. m. *>n * 1 ' 1 preach at this service, tok- Mornlng'Service at 11 a. m. “ »ls theme \The Message to Young People's Mceltng at 7 Laodlceo.\ In the evening at 6 , m o ’ clock a social hour will be enjoy- Evenlng Service on first Sunday ed and refreshments will be served. it month at 8 p. m. Al > “ >* mfmbtr * • nd M* 1 * 1 of thc congregation have been Invited to h - i » hu a.i, re h.w.i „i th. vorth and Greenacres avenue. unlon w „, be thf e „ n, n|f .ervtce. .rcenucres ®« tlon ’ Th# R * v ’ beginning at 7:80 at which the Rev. seorge H. Smyth, minister. Dr. C. O. Erickson, prealdent of Sunday Services: Morning Senr- Upul . college, will be the speaker. C !, “ . nd „ S ® rnl0n ’ , U .*■ m „ . , Dr. Erickson Is an outstanding Holy Communion first Sunday of , cholar ud eductor. He haj held October, December. February. April lhc ^ ot prei ident at Upaala for md June. ______ | nearly a decade. He pursued his , _ . , _ . graduate studies at Yale University. 8t Andrew's Episcopal Church. bclnJ . awardc d the doctor of phllo- >ntral avenue. Hartsdale ; 50p hy degree in 1922. He is the au- Sunday Services: Holy Commun- , hor of -n,. Meaning of Conscloua- on. 8 a. m : evening prayer and [ n M , lermon. 4:80 p. m.; Sunday School, I ----------------------------- 1:30 a. m. LADIES' AID BRIDGE Rev. Edward T- Mabley. pastor. ----------- 1 the Ladles' Aid Society of Lhe&L Matthew's Lutheran Church will hold a cord party on the evening of October 28 In the lower audi ­ torium of the church. Mrs. George Schmerr Is chairman of the com- anoe. Gospel Tabernacle, corner Tarrytown and Dobbs Ferry roads I Rev. J. M. Scatter, pastor. Serv ­ ices for the week will be held as follows: Sunday, 10:30. morning worship; 1 p. m. Sunday School; 7 p. m, Young People's Meeting. 7:48 p. m., Evening Service. Mr. Hess of Nysck will be the speaker of the day. Wednesday. 2:80 p. m . Women's Bible Class; 7:48 p. m.. Mid-week prayer meeting. Friday. ; 7:43 p. nu the young people meet at Miss Heyer ’ s home. A street meeting la hell* on Saturday at 'I j p. m. In front of the Court House, | T. Jolley, superintendent. Men's Bible Class. Rev. OraffUn. leader. Topic. “ T of Jerusalem.\ 11:00 a. m. 1 Worship. Sermon by Dr: Trinity Lutheran Church, Scare- dole and Alkam'ont avenues. Services of Divine Worship. Bun- dnys, 11 a. m. Pastor, the Rev. August Kocrber. 28 Alkamont avenue. »b« Mdsi Givwi Anothrr of Soriwi of Aid Society Talkfl on Holy Land To ­ morrow Evening at M. M. E. Church ants. Miss Anna Offermon. Mrs. C W. Rhode, Mrs. Jack Woltecnade, and Mrs William Haack. Mrs. ; Henry Brandes is chairman of rea- : ervallons. HUNTING TRIP John J. Mahoney of 1 Prospect street, and his brother-in-law, Ra ­ mon Hyatt, of 286 South Lexington avenue, are spending several days In the Adlrondacke on a hunting trip. They will visit Indian Lake and Rainbow Lake. the NaUMty — Field of the Shop-

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