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(Church of England) from The Temple Church
Organ Voluntary
8.0 Order of Service
Sung Sentence Prayers
Hymn, Just as I am, without one plea (A. and M. 255 ; S.P. 253)
Psalms xxiii and cxxi
Lesson, Ephesians ii, 11-end '
Hymn, All creatures of our God and King (S.P. 439)
Anthem, Turn back, 0 man (Holst)
(Words in S.P. 329)
Address by the Rev. Canon H. ANSON , Master of the Temple
Hymn, Come, my way, my truth, my life (S.P. 474)
The following verse by John Lydgate
(1370?-1451?) will then be sung: Tarry no longer: towards thine heritage Haste on thy way, and be of right good cheer.
Go each day onward on thy pilgrimage ; Think how short time thou shalt abide here.
Thy place is built above the starres clear, None earthly palace wrought in so stately wise.
Come on, my friend, my brother most dear !
For thee I offered my blood in sacrifice.
Organist, G. Thalben Ball
The public will be admitted to the Temple Church on the occasion of this service, which is the first to be broadcast from the Temple. John Lydgate (1370?-1451?), who wrote the words of ' Tarry no longer: towards thine heritage ', to be sung at the end of the service, was a prolific poet: in his early youth he made the acquaintance of Geoffrey Chaucer , with whose son Thomas he was on terms of considerable intimacy.


Unknown: Rev. Canon H. Anson
Unknown: John Lydgate
Organist: G. Thalben Ball
Unknown: John Lydgate
Unknown: Geoffrey Chaucer

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