SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1921
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
State and Huron Sts.
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
October 2, 1921
9:30 A. M.--Sunday school.
10:40 A 1.-w"earing a Mask."
A question not concerningsthe
Ku Klux Klan alone, but con-
cerning the ideals of today.
1:41 P. M.-V. P. R. U. Supper
at no inai price, open to new
students; to be followed by
a meeting with a speaker.
A Cordial Welcome to All
TODAY'S CHURCH, SERVICES
WHAT OTHERS SAY:-
"You ought not to come to college "We specialists know that after a
to learn something by means of which little while our personalities are
you may earn your bread, but some- drained dry unless we have access to
thing that will make every mouthful some far greater source than our-
of it sweeter to your taste."--ames selves, and I believe, as we face the
Russell Lowell. gigantic problems of our special
fields, we are worse than foolish-we
"I have in my breast a plant called are insane-if we do not call to our
reverence; I go to church to have it aid the greatest of all powers, the
watered."-O. W. Holmes. power of religion."-Dr. Richard
"Religion is the most important "Like the faculty of reason, or judg-
thing in man or nation."-Carlyle. ment, or memory, the religious sense
becomes strong through culture and
"Religion is the first thing and the exercise, or weak through neglect or
last thing, and until a man has found want of nourishment. Much of what
God, he begins at no beginning and is called modern doubt and the decay
works to no end. He may have his of faith is simply the result of pre-
friendships, his partial loyalties, his occupation and the neglect of the
scraps of honor. But all these things finer feelings and faculties. Soul-
fall into place and life falls into place culture through meditation and quiet
only with God-only ivlth God."-H. reflection is almost a lost art."-New-
G. Wells. ell Dwight Hillis.
Huron St., Below State
J. M. WELLS, MINISTER
321 E. Ann St.
10:10 A. M.-Mr. Iden of the
Dible Chair of Lane Hall will
State and W ashing' Ion Streets
headquarters of religious ac-
tivities among men and women
Attractive lounging rooms,
reading rooms, meetin rooms,
Auditorium, and offices.
The Cosmopolitan Club.
National student clubs.
The Y" Inn."
All students invited to use the
building freely day and evening.
The Student Christian
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
State and Washington Streets
ARTII'Rl W. STALKER, D.D., Pastor
10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship-"Today's Religion."
12:00 Noon.-Student Bible Classes.
6:00 P. M.-Social Half Hour.
6:30 P. M.-Young People's Devotional Meeting.
Marjory Poundstone, Leader.
7:30 P. M.-Evening Service-"Stopping at an Inn."
HURON AND DIVISION
10:30 A. M.-Rev. Leonard A. Barrett speaks on
"PAUL AT ATHENS."
12:00 Noon.-PROF. W. D. HENDERSON will begin his
Class for University Men and Women.
6:00 P. M.-Young People's Society.
Social Half-Hour followed by Meeting.
Students are welcomed.
Cor. Catherine and Driion SS.
7:15 A. M.-Holy Communion.
10:30 A. M.-Holy Communion
and Sermon by the Rev.
Dr. Henry Tatlock, Rector
4:30 P. M.-Vesper Service. In-
troductory address to a series
on "Great Men of the Chris-
tian Church," by the Rev. C.
Students CordIally Welcome
First Meeting this Morning
at 9:30 o'clock
All University Men
CHURCH OF CHRIST
South UnversIty Ave.
Bible School-9:30 A M.
Dr. O. M. Cope Supt.
Morning. Service-Subject: "My
First Sunday at College."
C. E. and a live one at 7 P.
F. P. ARTHUR, Pastor
Fifth Ave. and William St.
Rev. L. F. Junderman, Pastor
RALLY DAY TODAY
10:30-The Lord's Supper.
"The Lamb of God."
"A Home-like Church."
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Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
This church is very anxious to
help bring every man's faith up
to the Bible and is unalterably
opposed to bringing the Bible
down to the faith of any, man.
Come, lend a helping hand.
9:00 A. M.-Bible school.
10:30 A. M.-(German) "Pre-
ferring Christian Virtues to
7:30 P. M.--(English) "What is
Morning Worship at 10:30. The acting minister of the church,
Dr. J. B. Silcox, will speak upon the theme:
"OUR EARTHLY IMMORTALITY"
Music will be rendered by the quartet and a
chorus choir under the direction of Prof. Earl V. Moore.
The Sunday noon meeting for the University stud-
ents during this semester will be devoted to a system-
atic study of the life of Christ. The discussion will be
led by Mr. George A. Kuyper of the English I)epart-
ment of the University.
The Sunday Evening Forum at 6:30 will be addres-
sed by Prof. J. R. Brumm. He will speak upon the
"A COLLEGE MAN'S RELIGION"
...Next Sunday evening, Prof. William A. Frayer will speak upon:
"Germany and the Peace Treaty."
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