A social will be held in Hubart Hall on Tuesday evening. The Unity Club will hold their firet meeting Monday evenmg. Communion services will be held in Sf. Andrew's ehuruh Sunday mornmg. Services in the the M. E. church next Sunday morning wil. be held m ihe auditorium. The subject for next Wednesday eveninfs prayer meeting, in the M. E. church, will be 'Soul Saving." There will be both morning and evening services at the Unitarian churcn next Sunday, and from ihis time on. The Chautauqua Cirule will meet Friday evening i the reside nee of Miss Carrie Watts, on East Liberty-st. Prot A. B. Prescottwiillead theS C. 4. meetirrg on Sunriay. His -ubj-?ci will be : "ühn.-tian Work as a Means of Religious Growth." By exchange with the pastor the Rev. J. L. Cheney, of Ypsilanti, will fill the pulpit of the First Bapiist church next Suuüay momiog and eveniog. The annual address before the Toung People's Society of the Presbyterian chuich will be delivered in the church, od Sunday evening, October 9, by the Rev. T. S. Scott, of Knoxville, Tenn. The Young People's Missionary Society of the Congregational church, will meet Saturday evening, at 7:30 o'cl ck, at ihe re.-idence of the pastor, Rív. Dr. Ryder, No. 25 East Uuiversity-ave. The annual meeting of the Women's Foreign Missionary SüCiety of the flrst Congregational church will be held in the missionary room, Friday atterooon at tbree o'clock, for the electbn of offleers, and other important business. Toe M. E. church, after a thoroush renovalion, will bu reoccapied for divine worship next Sibbath. A general testimony meeting in tae lecture roum at 7:30 p. M. S rvii;e in the mam audience room at 10:30 a. m., conducled by Rv. Dr. Rimsay. In the evening at 7:30, by Dr. Adams. A.l are itivited.