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Divine Service

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from the Cathedral Church of Christ, Oxford, attended by members of the British Association for the Advancement of Science.
God Save the Queen Scripture Sentences
Exhortation, Confession, and Absolution
The Lord's Prayer
Versicles and Responses
Psalm 19
Old Testament Lesson: 1 Chronicles
29, vv. 10-18 (read by Professor E. D. Adrian. O.M. P. R.S., President of the Association)
Te Deum
New Testament Lesson: 1 Corinthians 12,. vv. 4-12 (read by the Dean of Christ Church)
Praise the Lord. ye heavens, adore him (English Hymnal 535)
Prayers Anthem:
Great Lord of Lords, supreme immortal King, O give us grace to sing
Thy praise, which makes earth, air, and heaven to ring (Charles Wood)
Sermon by the Rev. Leonard Hodgson, D.D. (Regius Professor of Divinity in the University of Oxford)
Crown him with many crowns (English Hymnal 381)
Blessing
Service conducted by the Very Rev. John Lowe, Dean of Christ Church
Organist, Dr. Thomas Armstrong

Before the Service the processions of the Mayor and Corporation of the City of Oxford, the Vice-Chancellor of the University, and officers of the British Association are described by Audrey Russell

(to 11.00)

Contributors

Reader: Professor E. D. Adrian
Sermon: The Rev. Leonard Hodgson
Reader/service conductor: John Lowe
Organist: Dr. Thomas Armstrong
Commentator: Audrey Russell

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