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The Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - September 25, 1930, Cincinnati, OhioCamp Zychar the Camp meeting at Zychar August 7-17, was a period of god sent refreshment to those that Are of the Faith. God came this year in a mighty Way to do in the hearts of Many that which was needed and to Complete that which was lacking in the hearts of men women and children. Although the crowds this year were not As Large As usual it was a time of greater spiritual Blessing than Ever before. Never before has there been such a Complete work accomplished among the Young people. The youth of to Day will be the men of to Morrow who will carry on the work that has been started Bere. Under the leadership of miss Anna Mcghie one Hundred and seventy five Young people were definitely saved or sanctified. Miss Mae Gorsuch had charge of the services for the children at which about eighty found Christ. Mrs. H. E. Oberholtzer had the kindergarten and through her influence and instruction Twenty five of the Little tots were made conscious of the presence of Christ coming into their hearts. The gospel truths were preached with mighty Power by the evangelists revs. E. Hilton Post Joseph Owen and Raymond Browning All of different types yet All suited to the people who attended the Camp. A Bible study hour was instituted this year conducted by t. Anderson of Wilmore by. We Are looking Forward to another year of refreshing when we shall gather again to learn More of god at Camp on Church architecture the sixth National conference on Church architecture will be held in Cleveland Ohio Statler hotel october 8, 9, 10, and 11, under the auspices of the architectural division of the committee on Church building of the Home missions Council with the co operation of the Christian Herald department of Church planning. At this conference the winners in the 1930 Christian Herald National Church building contest will be announced and Many of the plans of the contestants will be on display. There is also to be a manufacturers exhibit of materials Etc. The program is varied and wide in scope and will undertake to devote a great Deal of attention to the problem that is being faced to Day by Many pastors building committees religious educational recreational and social workers As Well As architects. Some of the subjects that will be taken up at tin conference by some of the most outstanding men in the country Are a present Day trends in Church planning Quot a building for religious education Quot a building for worship Quot a what is a sound theory for american Church design a a the use of symbolism in present Day churches a designing the modern Church a co operating with the architect Quot a How to finance the building of a Church edifice a architectural problems on the town and country Church Quot a prospects for a distinctive american Church architecture a Etc. After the conference has adjourned there will be a tour of the Cleveland churches arranged by the Cleveland chapter of the american Institute of architects which local leadership is co operating with the conference in a very Fine Way. Everyone interested in this Quot whole matter of building the House of god is cordially invited to attend the week september 28 to october 5 is the week designated As rally week during which special Effort should be made to inaugurate the new Church school year with a thoroughly planned program of life entered activities with enlistment of every available person Young and old and with the enthusiasm that a Lould accompany such an important Enterprise. Materials have been sent by the Board of education to each pastor and superintendent including Blanks to report the rally Day offering. The week should include Observance of promotion Day and Epworth league rally Day on sunday september 28 departmental meetings of teachers children and parents special conferences of workers and a climactic Observance of sunday october 5, As rally Day. On this sunday the morning service May be Given Over to the special program prepared by the Board of education entitled a on Earth As it is in a supplement to this program carries detailed suggestions and a related dramatization. The same sunday evening is a Good time for recognition of those who have earned special training credits during the year for commissioning of qualified teachers and for formal consecration of Church school workers. If other interests intervene observe rally Day on another sunday when this major work of the Church can be Given primary emphasis. The rally Day offering ordered by the Church for that Day discipline Par. 504, Sec. 8should be sent promptly to. The Board of education at 740 Rush Street Chicago and marked plainly a rally Day this should be a special offering using special available envelopes and should not reduce other offerings to world service. The total amount is checked Back to the area for promotion of the Cincinnati area program of religious education. World service credit is Given for this offering. Last year we averaged about two cents a member. With every Church sending in this offering we should be Able to make this average much higher and Aid the Board of education More largely in its important and Vicinity a the methodist ministers association will hold its regular meeting on next monday morning september 29, at 10.30, in the auditorium of the Book concern. Or. A. B. Austin will be the speaker. His subject will be a one pastors Contact with the liquor the ladies Aid society of the Elizabeth Gamble deaconess Home and Christ Hospital will meet on tuesday september 30, from 8 a. To 4 p. M., in the nurses Home at the Hospital. All women interested in this work Are urged to attend and bring a Friend with them. A or. Arthur Staples new superintendent of Cincinnati District will deliver the address at the annual Clifton Church sunday evening september 29. Or. Wilbur h. Fowler will preach in the morning at 10.45. Students from our various educational institutions Are finding in this Church a delightful Center of spiritual Fellowship and social activity. A volunteers Are being called for to furnish automobiles for the Scenic ride to be Given the 600 officials and other guests who will be in Cincinnati for the fiftieth anniversary Celebration of the woman a Home missionary society. If you Are willing to serve with your car from 2 to 4 of clock saturday october 11, kindly communicate with mrs. Leonard Garver general chairman of the automobile committee. Students Welcome Quot service in a the Rev. William w. Holland d.d., new pastor of Wesley Chapel was greeted by a Fine audience on sunday morning. At the close of the service he invited those formerly connected with the East Pearl Street Church which has been merged with this congregation to come and stand at the altar. About sixty headed by their former pastor the Rev. Walter c. Benson responded and were cordially welcomed by or. Holland and the Wesley membership. A student activities at our Clifton Church have started with unusual vigor. Over 250 students and nurses attended the a student nurse service sunday evening september 22. Nurses from the children a Hospital furnished the luncheon. A Trio from the jewish Hospital and a quartet from the Christ Hospital furnished delightful music. Or. Howard Fishback of the medical staff of Bethesda Hospital delivered the address and miss Lillian Morlach social director of Bethesda Hospital read an original pageant a following the Delhi Church reports a Good year with the budget fully covered and a balance in the Treasury. World service $126 ahead of last year the woman a Home and foreign missionary societies showing an Advance of $44 and the. Benevolent total $1,575. The debt on the property has been reduced to $500. Fifty members were added to the Roll during the past year. There Are thirty one subscribers to the Christian advocate Western edition. Or. C. W. Harrison is serving his second year As pastor and has been cordially received since his return from conference. A a Beautiful Rookwood vase was presented to Omar h. Caswell of our it. Auburn Church at the sunday morning service september 14, by his fellow members and coworkers. It was Given As a Token of the esteem in which he is held by the congregation and in appreciation of his untiring efforts in seeing that the work of restoring the Church auditorium was brought to a successful conclusion. Or. E. O. Smith president of the Board of trustees made the presentation speech. The vase itself was the creation of miss Elizabeth Lincoln also a member of the congregation and one of the staff of artists at the Rookwood pottery. A on saturday september 27, from 2 until 4 p. M., mrs. D. H. Willey will entertain the enlarged Board of the woman a foreign missionary society at her Home Corner Neeb and Linneman avenues Price Hill. This Board consists of the president treasurer and corresponding Secretary of each auxiliary. The District Cabinet the old and incoming officers of the District the treasurer of the mite Box circles Are also invited. Those attending May reach mrs. Willeys Home by taking an Overlook car getting off at Cleves and Warsaw Pike where automobiles will convey them to the House. Those knowing mrs. Willey will not want to miss her hospitality. The Sharonville Reading and Glendale churches feel very grateful to the conference for returning the Rev. G. H. Wolcott to this charge for another year. Or. And mrs. Wolcott not Only have proven themselves very Able leaders in the three churches but have made their presence Felt in the communities where these churches Are located. The entire group is looking Forward with much Hope and Faith to a very pleasant and profitable year under their leadership. There is a Fine spirit Manifest among the churches. The sunday schools have grown both in numbers and interest in the past two years. The Glendale Church has an Epworth league chapter which is Well attended. The Linwood Hyde Park merger. By vote of the Linwood quarterly conference and the Sanction of the Ohio annual conference the Linwood methodist episcopal Church of Cincinnati was merged with the Hyde Park Community methodist episcopal Church of this City. At the morning preaching hour on sunday september 14, Hyde Parks two ministers James Thomas and Ross Wilhide very cordially welcomed Linwood a 229 members into the Fellowship of their new Church Home. Or. Thomas preached an appropriate Sermon on the theme a a god a the merger committee representing the churches has arranged for sunday Mornin free bus transportation from Linwood an Eastern avenues to the Hyde Park Church. This service has been demonstrated by the experience of two sundays As very satisfactory and will help solve the problem for the Linwood people who do not possess automobiles. A committee composed of judge Thomas h. Darby Anson c. Fry and William p. Starkey was authorized by the Hyde Park a Board of trustees for the purpose of attending to All of the Legal matters pertaining to the Transfer of property involved. This committee was also granted the Power to arrange for the Sale of the Linwood Church building As soon As possible. The present membership of the Hyde Park Church with its new additions totals 1,401 resident members. If the two sundays Are in any Wise indicative of the future this merger is a Happy solution for some problems in both churches. September 25, 1930 1051

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