- The walk so long needodin front of the M. E. church, has been lain. - Rev. AVyllys Hall exchanged pulpits Sunday with Kev. Dr. Clarke, pastor of St. Paul's church of Detroit. - Webstor Congregationists announce a strawberry festival at the residenco of Mr. Blodgett, on Weduesday evening noxt. - Tho Ladiea of tho Germán M. E. churoh announce a etrawborry festival at the Opera House, on Wednesday evening next. - Rev Gr. A. Herzer, presiding eider of the Michigan District will preach at the G. M. E. church on Monday next at 7 1-2 i. M. - Rev. J. II. Crooker of Laporte, Iud., who exchanged pul))its with ltev. J. T. Sunderland, tho past two Sabbaths, graduated from union school in Ypsilanti. - Rev. W. II. Ryder, pastor of the Congrcgational church of this city preoched the opening sermón at the state conference held last woek at Grand Rapids. - Mr. J. W. McKinley, senior in literary department of tlie University attended conference at Graud Rapids as delégate of the Couf;regational churoh of this city. -The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E. church cleared $20,35 f rom the artistic entertainment of Frank Beard, which araount will be set apart for the building of the now walk in front of the churcn. - Young Peoples' Society of the Congregational church give a strawberry and ice cream festival in tho parlors of tho church, this evoning. On the program thero will be vocal and instrumental lousic. - At the stato convenlion of Congrogationalista at Grand Bapids last week the following reporta of churchos were made : Ann Arbor reduced its debt; Chelsea reviving; Grasa Lake paid its debt; Hamburg ia good condition ; Pinokuey in good heart ; Salom progressive ; Webster obtained a pastor.