Religion: Sunday Evening

Chicago's noisy Loop has few churches. High above lake-fronting Michigan Avenue is a Chevrolet sign, flashing the time every minute; on Sunday nights at 8 o'clock this is for many people a call to worship in Orchestra Hall. From the Stevens and Sherman Hotels and the Palmer House come salesmen, travelers, out-of-towners who have heard the Chicago Sunday Evening Club over the radio. Students, businessmen, homebodies come also. Of all faiths, they listen to preachers of all faiths. This week the Club celebrates its 25th birthday as "a service of Christian inspiration and...

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