Rev. H. E. Warren.
CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
The Rev. Herbert E. Warren, superintendent of the Church Missionary Society's mission sta- tions at Hoper River, in the Northern Terri- tory, and Groote Eylundt, In the Gulf of Car- pentaria, left Sydney during the week by motor car on the overland route to Darwin, by way of Western Australia.
KEV. H. E. WARREN.
Mr. Warren was formerly a meenanlcai engineer, and served bis apprenticeship In Melbourne. He afterwards took up marine engineering.. Ho subsequently entered Moore College, Sydney, from which ho was ordained by the Archbishop of Sydney In MIO. Ho was curate of St. Clement's, Marrickville, until l!U3,'whon he joined the staff of C.M.S. workers on tho Roper Rivor, where work hud Just been commenced amoug the aborigines. He later spent some years lu exploratory work muong tho Islands of the Gulf of Cnr pontsria, and In Arnholm's Land, and charted the coastline and waters round the. Islands. For this work he received recognition from the Royal Geographical Society. In 1921 Mr. Warren began tho work on Groote Ey Inndt, which has now become a centre of C.M.S. missionary activity in the north.
At St. Andrew's Cathedral to-morrow, the Rev. H. N. Baker (rector of St. Thomas', North Sydney) will be the proocher In the morning, and the Dean of Sydney in the even«
The annual session of the Sydney Diocesan Synod will commence on Tuesday, October 2.
The Rev. E. R, Elder has resigned the rec- torship of Holy Trinity, Erskineville. The resignation will take effect on July 31.
? The Rev. R. P. Geo, curate-In-charge of Helensburgh, has accepted nomination to the Incumbency of the parish of Shoalhaven, and will tnkè up duty on August 1.
The Rev. R. S. Chapple, curate at Coogee, and In charge of Maroubra, has accepted the Incumbency of Dapto, with Albion Park.
Tho Rev. O. S. Fleck, lately curate at St. John's, Bishopthorpe, Glebe, has been.licensed as curato of St. Clement's, Marrickville.
Tho Rev. Arthur Killworth, locum tenens at AU Saints, Petersham, has been appoint- ed locum tenens at St. John's, Ashfield, un- til December 31. Mr. Killworth will preach at St. John's to-morrow evening, Archdeacon Charlton will be the preacher at tho morning service.
At-St. Peter's, Cook's River, to-morrow morning, there will be special services for tho celebration of the patronal festival. The Bishop. of Central Tanganyika . (Dr. G. A. Chambers) will preach In the evening.
A meeting of the Sydney Clerical Prayer Union will'be held In the Chapter House on Monday." Canon Bogbie will conduct a de- votional service at 11.30 a.m., and nt 2 p.m. an address willbe delivered by. Bishop Wil- ton, assistant bishop of the mandated terri- tory.
The Rev. S. J; Kirkby, organising missioner of tho Bush Church Aid Society, will, deliver an illustrated sermon at the Soldiers' Me- morial Church, Matraville, to-morrow evening. He will deal with the work of the Church In the Interior of Australia.
'. Archbishop, Kelly will be the preacher at High Mass In St. Mary's Cathedral to-morrow morning at ll o'clock. The choir, will sing Dvorak's Mass, with a choral offertory.
The Moderator- of the Presbyterian Church (tho Right Rev. A. P. Cameron) will to-mor- row visit the Eastwood Church.
The Rev. P. W. Pearson, of Coonabarabran, has been appointed to the charge of Murwil- lumbah; and the Rev. B. H. Wotherspoon, of Pioneer, Queensland, has been appointed to the charge. of Mullumbimby.
The dedication and setting of a tablot to coíívnemorato. the re-erection of the tower of the liVentworthville Presbyterian Church will be hcSd-at ,3.30 p.m. to-morrow.
The Rev. A. Fleming, the new convenor-su- perintendent of Presbyterian Foreign Mis- sions, y,\U bo farewelled by the congrega- tion of tl» Stanmore Presbyterian Church on Wednesday evening next. He will take up his new dutlesvpt the church offices on Monday,
The- Rev.'Njlobert Boyd and the Rev. J. Jones and Mrîj. Jones will return to the New Hebrides by t.\e next steamer.
The.Rey,, A. Heathcote Fletcher, of Victo- ria, will preach \t°-morrow evening at the Woollahra Presbyterian Church, Ocean-street, and 'Forth-stroot. \
A special sorvlce,\to which the American
colony In Sydney. baiA been officially Invited, will be held in .St; Stephen's Presbyterinn Church, Philllp-streetA to-morrow morning. The Rev. Hugh-Paton wNl be the preacher.
The Rev. C. G. Walktta has relinquished his- work at ..the Doubtö Bay . Presbyterian Church, where he has beenVln charge for the past 13 months. He was ¡»resented with a wallet ot: notes by the congregation. '
? The president" of the Methodist Conference (the^ Rev. H. E. Andrews) will visit Henty next week for the purpose of op\snlng a now church. - He will also visit the Coolamon cir- cuit. : ? ??'. ? .- ? A
At the Central Methodist. Mlsslort, to-mor- row the Rev. A, J. Gould will be the Voucher In the morning,, and, tho Rev, H. C. Foremnu in tho eyening. At the pleasant SuricfW af- ternoon gathering., the Rev. : J. HaroldVKing will deliver an; address entitled i'.Tho Wide Brown Land for Mo.",. \
The Rev. A. H. Wood, of the Methodist Mission In Tonga; ls expected to leave'SydV ney on July 14 for Tonga. ' \
Tho anniversary of the Dulwich Hill Metho- dist Church .will' be celebrated to-morrow. Tho Rov. S. Bostock .Jones will be the preacher at the morning service, and the president of the, conference (tho Rev. H. E. Andrews) will preach In the evening. At 3 p.m. an address -will be delivered by Slr Joseph; Cook.: . A public meeting will be held on , Monday -evening, when Slr Elliott John- son, M.P., , will i preside.. ?..!,,
At the Pitt-street Congregational Church to-morrow evening;' the Rev. T. E; Ruth will deliver'the first of n series of sermons en- titled "God's Older Bible." The title of to- morrow's- sermon- will be "Back to Nature Tho Bible Which Blblo Writers Read."
The nev. J. M. Sands, of Bexley, has been appointed by the Rockdale Congregational Church to act. as modorator during the va- cancy in tho pastorate.
A special service will bo held on Tuesday evening.in the Cheltenham Congregational Church, at which: an offertory will be taken up on' behalf of the Homo for Incurables at Ryde. The Rev. Hugh Paton, of St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church, Phillip-street, nnd the Rev. R. H. Bootle, of tho Anglican Church, will take part In the service.
The president of the Baptist Union (the Rev. C. J. Tinsloy) is about to visit Leeton and Griffith. He will be accompanied by the Rev. G. H. Morling, principal . of the Baptist Theological College.
Pastor S. Cory Layton will commence his ministry at the Woonona Baptist Church to-
The Rev. F. J. Dunkley will preach at tho Carlton Baptist Church to-morrow, and In tho afternoon will visit the Sefton Park Church.
The opening of the Epping Church of Christ Chapel has boen postponed until August ll, ns tho completion of the building has been delayed by tho wet weather
Mr. J. Whelan will to-morrow commence hlB eleventh year as preachor with the Chatswood Church of Christ. Tho ex-president of the Churches of Christ conference (Mr. S. J. ".jouthgp.te) has completed two years as preacher with the South Kensington Church.
Mr. Thomas Hagger, homo missionary or- ganiser of the .Churches of Christ, will preach to-morrow at the anniversary services of the , Belmore Church of ChrUt.