Religion: In Union . . .

Unity, the increasing purpose of Protestant sects, last week received fresh impetus in the U. S.

While merger meetings were being held throughout the land, representatives of six churches (Baptist, Protestant Episcopal, Methodist Episcopal, South, Society of Friends, Lutheran. Presbyterian) convened at Washington to discuss the report on Christian unity prepared in 1927 by the International Conference on Faith & Order at Lausanne, Switzerland. Next week, 100 nationally prominent laymen and clergy will meet at Buck Hill Falls, Pa., to discuss: "Next steps toward a united church." Last week's meetings:

Presbyterians. If the hopes of nearly 1,000 Presbyterian churchmen, voiced at the close...

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