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THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE
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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Sts.
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
October 9, 1921
9:30 A. M.-Sunday school.
10:40 A. M.-Sermon by Mr.
Henry W. Foote.
5:45 P. M.-Y. P. R. U. Talk
given by some speaker of the
conference.
A Cordial Welcome to All! j
FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH,
Huron St., Below State
10:30-T. W. Young, D.D., a
former pastor, will speak.
12:00-Sunday School.
12:00-Guild Class for Universi-
ty men and women, Howard1
R. Chapman, leader. At Guild
House.
6:00--University Guild Discus-
sion Meeting, preceded by so-
dial half-hour. In Church
Parlors.
6:30-B. Y. P. U. at Guild House.
7:30-T. W. Young, D.D., speaks
in Church Auditorium.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(MO. SYNOD)
Cor..Third and West Huron Sts.
C. A. BRAUER, Pastor
Holy Communion Today
9:00 A. H-Preparatory serv-
ice (Gersman).
9030 A. M. - Public worship
(German).
11:00 A. M.-Preparatory serv-
ice (English).
11:30 A. M. -' Public Worship
(English).
Sermon theme: "The Wedding
Garment."
No evening services.
WELCOME.
ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
E. C. STELLHORN,
Pastor
The first step in putting Chris-
tianity into society, into politics
and into business, is putting
Christ into the hearts of men
and 'vomen. Therefore, we
preach Christ in season and out
of season and urge you to hear
the message.
9:00 .A M.-Bible school. The
pastor teaches a glass of
young men and women.
10:30 A. M. - Sermon, "Truly
Wise Living."
7:.0 P. .-Sermon, "A Terri-
ble Mistake." g .
All services in English.

TODAY'S CHURCH SERVICES

Cor.
7:3

nu1NDAY, UU , 1as
Catherine and Divisis St.
5 A. M.-Holy Communion.

WIJAT 0T~l RSSA ~ ~ 10:30 AM. -Morning Prayer
WH AT OTH ERS SAY:- n
"neroTise Wood-Gath-
"It will, in my opinion, be a sad when men and women, instead of erers."
day for this or for any people when bringing themselves at stated periods 4:30 U. M.--Vesper Service and
prayeritpraiseroAddress: "Great Men of the.
there shall have ccme them an into an atmophere praise, Christian Church: St. Igna-
atrophy of the religious nature; when and aspiration, to hear the discussion tins."
they shall have suppressed the need of higher spiritual themes, to be stir- 6:00 P. MI. - Students' Supper
of communication, no matter how red by appeals to their nobler nature and Address :n Harris Hall.
vague, with a supreme power in the in behalf of faith, hope and charity, 1E.CIAiIES T. WEBB
Minuster in (large
universe; when the ties which bind and to be moved by a closer realiza-
men of similar modes of thought in tion of the fatherhood of God and the__
the various religious organizations brotherhood of man, shall stay at
shall be dissolved; whn men, instead home and give their thoughts to the
of meeting their fellow-men in as- Sunday papers, or to the conduct of ANN ARBO
semblages for public worship which their business, or to the languid AN R O
give them a sense of brotherhood, search for some refuge from bore- BIBLE CHAIR
shall lounge at home or in clubs; dom."-Dr. Andrew D. White.

I

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
ARTIIU W. STALKER, D.D., Pastor
MISS ELLEN W. MOORE; Student Pastor
10:30 A. M-Morning Worship..
Pastor's Subject: "TIE GREAT UNREST."
12:00 Noon-Six Bible Classes for Students in Lane Hall.
6:00 P. M.-Social Half Hour ford the Young People.
6:30 P. M.-Doctor Stalker, Leader of the Young People's Devo-
tional Meeting.
7:30 P. M.-"THE SOUL OF LONDON," Pastor's subject for the
Evening Worship.
MUSIC FOR THE DAY
Morning: "Adagio" (Ries), Miss Struble and Mr. Brooks; "Ben-
edictus" (Tours) the Chorus; "I am Alpha and Omega" (Stainer) the
Chorus; "Qod be Merciful to me" (Percippe), Mr. Wheeler; "Ave
Maria" (Shelley), Mr. Brooks; "Choral" (Suite Gothique) (Boell-
mann), 1Mr Brooks.
Eveningr "Cantabile" (Saint Saens), Miss Struble and Mr.
Brooks; "And God shall wipe away all tears" (Coombs), the Chorus;
"Canzone Amorosa" (Nevin), Mr. Brooks; "Come Ye Blessed" (Scott),
Mrs. Wheeler.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
HURON AND DIVISION
Leonard A. Barrett will speak on
"PAUL IN CORINTH"
AT 10:3a
Prof. W. D. Henderson will speak
AT 12 O'CLOCK ON
"JESUS IN MODERN LIFE."
Young People's Meeting and Social Half Hour beginning at 6 P. M.
Delegates to the World C. E. Convention will speak.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH

AND
"UPPER P00OM"
BIBLE CLASSES
See "Upper Room" Bulle-
tin and Printed Schedule.
Sunday Classi for Men from
9:30 tQ. 10:15
CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
South University Ave.
12:00-Students' B3ible Classes.
Men's Class, H. C. Coffman,
Teacher.
Ladies' Class, Mrs. F. P. Ar-
thur, Teacher.
9:30 A. M:-Bible School.
Dr. O. M. Cope, Superinten-
dent.
10:30 A. M.-Sermon by Pastor.
Subject: The Christian Life.
6:30 P. M.-C. E. Clyde Van-
neter, President. Wm. Og-
den, Leade'.
F. P. ARTHUR, Pastor
TRINITY LUTHERAN
CHURC
Fifth Ave. and William St.
Rev. L. F. Jundereman, Pastor
9:30 A. M.-Bible School.
10:30 A. M.-Morning worship.
Subject: "The Royal Marriage
Feast."
A welcome to everyone.

Public Worship 10:30.
"DON'T FRET" is the theme of
Dr. Silcox's sermon this morn-
ing. If all who need a sermon
on "Don't Fret"'-should' go to
the Congregational Church this
morning, the church would not
hold them.
Full choir under the direction
of Earl V. Moore will sing.
12:00-Mr. George A. Kuyper
will lead the discussion on the
life ofChrist and the subject
for this morning is "Propha-

HEAR
PROF. WM. A. FRAYER
SPEAK
"Germany and the Peace
4 Treaty"
Congregational Students Forum
TONIGHT - 6:10 o'clock
Church Parlors

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