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March 22, 1925 - Image 15

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St. Andrew's tEisccopal ('liiii'eb
Holy commfuion and Church school
will be lieIcl at the usual hour. Rev-
erend Sainuel S. Drury, D).D., head
master of St. Paul's Episcopal School,
Concord, New Hampshire, will deliver
the morning sermon. The sp;jeaker of
the young people's meeting , which
will be held in, the old chapel ;pack
of the church will be Perry Hayden.
The students will meet at 6 o'clock for
the discussion hour and1 supper. Rev-
erend H-. H. Lonsdale will speak at
the evening service oq ".Pontius

Di ving;." Student classes at noon are Lionel Crocker will speak at the stu-
conducted by Professor A. L. Trout. (lent social and discussion meeting.
Christian endeavor at 6:30 o'clock is, The Lenton sermon at 7:30 o'clock
immedihately precedled by the young will be upon the topic "Without
people's social hour and lunch. The! Blemish."
pastor will speak at the evening wor-i
Odll on "Who Condemns Us?". Every- iSt. Paul's iLtherani (Churchi
c r, ,Is invited to a Bible study to be! A service conducted in German will
1he,;d Wednesday evening at 7: 30 be held at 9: 30 o'clock. The English
o'clock. sermon at 11:30 o'clock will be on tho'
I- I subject " Glorifled Through the Cross."
I ti. ri~u Chueb IThe student club will meet at the par-E
' "TheChristian Gioal in Life" will be sonage, where Rae A. Clemo, '25, will
the theme of the morning's sermon. have charge of the discussion. The
fAt 6:30 o'clock Professor Z. C. Dick- i topic will be "lRoes a College Educa-
inson will sp)eak on "Why a Church?" tion Play IHavoc w ith a Weak Faith'?"
EI ? il u h r n ( l n r l J s s i - s C u c f x o " w l ~ h
Trri~u".Jsujecion h es eveningi Leon i s emon.
The sermon for the morning wvor- -_________
ship will be entitled "What Is It to { T~~T
YRep~ent?" Lionel Crocker will lead the A INotable W~ork
student fellowship hour and forum
meeting. The topic will lbe3 "Captives themselves p~aper caps and favors.
of Concepts." A sp~ecial Lenten ser- Parties are the biggest celebrations
vice will be held Wednesday evening of all.
at 7:30 o'clock. The subject of the3 Women students of the University
talk will beC "Joseph 'of Arimathea."I hell) the hospital social service de -j
partment ')y taking charge of groupsj
Zion bithersan (Church Ito go walking or by helping supervise
The topic and text of the morning gamnes. Most women give a few hours
sermon will 'be "Thou Shalt not Kill." I each week ibut sonme put in a great

(deal of time helping to entertain the with the children think they are very
little cripples. (lear and we learn to love them. If
"The results of the work are, on the their minds are' allowed to stagnate,
whole, most happy," says Mliss Doro- there is small use in healing their,
thy Ketchum of the social service do- !bodies, and so helping them mentally,
part ment. "Of course, we who wvorkI is our work."








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' ' First Bipjtist O(irch
The sermon topic for the m orning
will be "Hlow Shall We Think of' Sin ?"
Mr. Chapman and lDr.' Watermlan con-
duct the student classes which arel
held at noon in the guildI house. ]Re-
freshments will be served at t'he guild
house (luring friendship hour, after
which Maynard helps will lead the
devotional meeting. His subject willI
be "A Review of Principal Jacks'
book, 'A Living Universe.'"
Bet Idelie in1' vanIgelical Cliureli
The pastor's subject for the mnorning;
~will be "A. Congregation Under the
Cross." The topic for the young
p~eople's discussion hour, held at 6: 0
o'clock, will-be "Christian Unity."

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"Volstead and Jesus'' is the subjectj
Reverend Jump has, chosen for his
sermon this morning. The North
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Church at 2:30 -o'clock this afternoon.
Professor Norman A. Wood will give
--an illustrated lecture on "Birds" be-
fore the high, school federation. A
report of the movie survey of the Ann
Arbor theatres will be made at the
firesidle chat following the student,
sulpper. Tlhe screen adaptation of
Clara Louise Burnham's novel "A.
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banquett will be held in the Masonic
Tem ple. Reverendl Leyton Richards
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"Why 'John Bull Loves Uncle Sam."
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F4irst M~ethiiodist, lElis~oIII l CIIIlI
TIhe subject of thfe morning sermon
will be "Law and Religion." The stut-
(ent Bible cla2ses meri in Wcsley hall
at noon. The social half hour will be
followed by the Wesleyan guild meet-
ing at Wesley hall. The topic for the
evening will be a study of revalua-
tion - "Some Rnsponsibilities of'
Church People." D)r. Joseph Fort
Newton, pastor of the Chur'ch of the
Divine Paternity. New York City, will
speak at the evening service. His
subject will be "The Science of Jesus."
Mtemorial Cliricl of Christ
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