church, a -$'2j donation. - A series of protracted meetings is n progresa in M. E. church of Manchester. -- Eev. D. Whiteley ot Sharon M. E. church was lateiy the recipiënt of a $70 donation. - A donation on Wodnesday evening agt for Kev. L. P. Davis, pastor of 'M. E. church of Dexter. - Bishop Gillespie adniinistered the rito of confirmation to eight persons last Sunday at St. Andrew's ohurch. - The Unitarians of Jackson talk of extending a cali to Itev. F. Billman, who has been preaching to a Congregaional church at Adrián. - The ladies of the Mission Circlu of the First Baptist church of Ypsilanti, will give an oyster, cake and pie supper at the vestry, this evening. - The Detroit Presbytery will be iu session in Ypsilanti this week, to sottle the Murray case. It is probable that the session will be held with closed doora. - Bishop Gillespie, of the diocose of western Michigan, preached and conirmed a class of five at St. Luke's Episcopal church of Ypsilanti, Suuday moruing. The services were listened to by a largo congregation. - Eev. Mr. Sunderland will preacli next Sunday morning on " A very Serious Danger that is tbreatening Keligion in our Times." Evening subject : 'Was Jesus God? How he carne to be worshiped as such." - The entertainuientby the Episcopal church society of this city in the parors of the Cook House on Tuesday evening, was well attended, and nettud $44. Mine host Jewell furnished and preparod gratuüously the oysters for the supDer. - The entertainment Wednesday evening by the Young Peoples' Society of .he M. E. church was quite successfully rendered. By special requestthe entertainment will be repeated (but with a change of programine) this evening, in ;he lecture room of the church. AdmÍ8sion to all Uiteen cents.