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Churches of Harvard Square

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Old Cambridge Baptist Church

Mass Ave. and Harvard St.

Rev. K. C. MacArthur, Minister.

Morning Service, 10.30, Church School and Dunster Class, 12 M. Christian Endeavor, 7.15, followed by short evening service.

Christ Church (Episcopal)

Garden Street, Opposite Common

Rev. Prescott Evarts, Rector.

Holy Communion, 7.30. Church School 9.45. Morning Prayer and Sermon, 11.00 Evening Service, 7.30 P. M.

Church New Jerusalem

Corner Kirkland and Quincy Streets.

Rev. William Worcester, Minister.

Service Sunday morning at 10.30. Subject: "The Chart and Compass of the Christian Life; the Sermon on the Mount." Sunday school at 11.45. Vesper service at 4.30. Subject: "The Lord Jesus Christ Today: Jesus the Children's Friend." A special invitation to our neighbors to attend the Vesper Service.

First Church in Cambridge


Garden Street, near Washington Elm.

Rev. Raymond Calkins, D.D., Minister.

Morning Service, 10.30. Church School 12 M. Vesper Services, 4.30. Young People's Alliance, 7.15, followed by informal hour.

Saint John's Memorial Chapel

Episcopal Theological School.

Corner of Brattle and Mason Streets.

Rev. H. B. Washburn, D.D.,

Rev. Angus Dun.

Holy Communion 8.30. Morning Prayer and Sermon, 11.00. Week-day Services at 8.30 and 5.30.

First Church in Cambridge


Harvard Sq., Opp. Massachusetts Hall.

Samuel McChord Crothers, D.D., Minister

Morning Service, 11. Junior Parish Service, 5, followed by social half-hour. Dr. Crothers will read one of his essays.

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