- The organ for the oew Congregationa Church has arrived and ia being put up. - The regular quarterly meeting oí th Methodist Episcopal Church is to be held on Sunday uext. - Sunday evening services in the severa ohurchss eire now held ut 7 1-2 o'clock instuad of at 7 o'clock as dumig the winter months. - The old pews in St. Thomas' Churcl (Catholic) have been taken out aud vrül be replaced with a more modem and comfortable article. Until the work is accomplished ser vices will be held in Agricultural Hall. - Subjects of diacourse of Rev. O. H. Brig ham, at Unïtarian Church next Sunday : Morniug - " Consistency of Opinión aud Act.' Evening- "The Unity ol God." Studeuts class at 9.30 a. m. - Bev. Mr. Riche?on, a retired missionary fiom Formosft, lectured in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday evening last,- giviug au account of the people and his labors among them. It being a unión service the congregation was a large one. - On the 9th inst. 101 persons uuited with the Presbyterian Church at Ypsilanti on profession of faith, and 9 by letter. The Commercial says that the membership of the church ia larger than any other church in the State of the denomiuation. - The young ladies of the Congregational society will hold a social at the residence of Judge Cooley, State street, ou Wednesday evening next. Prof. Adama will entertain the company by speakiug on " The History of Church Organs." A cordial invitation is extended to all. - At the annual meeting of St, Andrew's mrish, held on Aluuday UOruiug last, the folowing vestrymen were elected : Dr. S. H. Douglas, C. H. Millen, Henry W. Bogers, Dr. A. B. Palmer, Prof. Henry S. Frieze, Prof. G. S. Morris, J. T. Swathel, Dr. W. B. Smith, John L. Burleigh, aud Dr. E. Wells.