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: Organ and Violin Recital

From THE ALBERT HALL, NOTTINGHAM
BERNARD JOHNSON (Organ)
JOSEPH HITCHENOR (Violin)

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Johnson
Violin: Joseph Hitchenor

: THE MIDLAND STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Directed by FRANK CANTELL

Contributors

Directed By: Frank Cantell

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

Conducted by the Rev. E. BENSON PERKINS
From THE CENTRAL HALL, BIRMINGHAM
Order of Service :
Choral Introit
Invocation
Hymn, For Thy Mercy and Thy Grace (Songs of Praise, 2)
Reading, Ephesians, Chapter iv, Verses I to 7
Prayers and Lord's Prayer
Hymn, Love Divine, all Loves excelling (Songs of Praise, 300)
Address by the Rt. Rev. THE LORD BISHOP OF
BIRMINGHAM (Dr. E. W. Barnes )
Hymn, Hark the herald Angels sing (Songs of Praise, 49)
Benediction
Director of Music, T. A. CHARGE
Organist, GEORGE PLANT
THE Rev. Benson Perkins , who is one of the most prominent social workers in the city, is Superintendent of the Birmingham Mission, with its widespread social and institutional work centring in the Birmingham Central Hall. During the War, he was Chaplain to the Forces, but later continued his social work. He was a member of the Executive of C.O.P.E.C. when the great Conference met in 1924, and was also a representative at the International Conference at Stockholm.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. E. Benson Perkins
Unknown: Dr. E. W. Barnes
Organist: T. A. Charge
Organist: George Plant
Unknown: Rev. Benson Perkins

: ' The News'

WEATHER FORECAST, GENERAL News BULLETIN

: Tom Jones

and The Grand Hotel, Eastbourne Orchestra
OLIVE GROVES (Soprano)
From The Grand Hotel, Eastbourne
(London Regional Programme)

Contributors

Soprano: Olive Groves








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