Presbyterian Assembly Set For Sunday In Memphis The Rev. Robert C. Lamar, moderator of the 186th General Assembly of the United Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., will be in Memphis Sunday. Dr. Lamar, the highest elected officer of .the 2.8-million-member 2.8-million-member 2.8-million-member 2.8-million-member 2.8-million-member denomination, denomination, will have a full day on World Communion Sunday: Sunday: At 8 a.m. he will speak on the Men's Council of Bethel Presbyterian Church, 1060 Mississippi Boulevard, to which all United Presbyterian Men in the area have been invited. invited. At 11 a.m. he will join with Dr. Howard Walton of Lindsay Memorial Presbyterian Presbyterian Church for celebration of the Lord's Supper and will preach the sermon. At 4:00 p.m. there will be a discussion on Church Union at Lindsay Memorial Presbyterian Church, Tutwiler and Dickison, at which time Dr. Lamar will be joined by Dr. Shaw Scates, stated clerk of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Presbyterian Church and by Dr. Paul Tudor Jones, pastor of Idlewild Presbyterian Church, Memphis, representing the Presbyterian Presbyterian Church, U.S. All members and ministers of all Presbyterian Churches in the area are cordially invited invited to participate. At 6:00 p.m. dinner will be served to the United Presbyterians of the Presbytery Presbytery of West Tennessee. Following dinner, a service of inspiration and information information will be held at Lindsay Church with Dr. Lamar as featured speaker. Memphis-area Memphis-area Memphis-area United Presbyterian churches will join the Lindsay choir, Horace G. Ball, director, in a presentation of special music. Following the service, service, a reception will be held for the moderator at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Walton, 735 N. Belvedere. Hosting the church official's official's visit will be the Friday, October 4, 1 974 7 Rev. Robert Lamar Presbytery of West Tennessee Tennessee and Lindsay Memorial Presbyterian Church, whose pastor. Dr. Howard Walton, serves as moderator. Dr. Lamar was elected Moderator on June 18 at the denomination's General Assembly in Louisville. He is pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Albany, N.Y., where he has served since 1958.