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Relayed from the CITY TEMPLE
Order of Service t
Organ Voluntary by Mr. ALLAN BROWN
Hymn, ' 'Praise, my soul ' (Congregational
Hymnal, No. 0) (H. F. Lyte )
Bible Reading
Hymn, ' Thy Kingdom come—on bended knee the passing ages pray ' (No. 575)
(F. L. Hosmcr )
Prayer by Dr. F. W. NORWOOD, Minister of the City Temple
Address by Mr. BASIL MATHEWS
Hymn, ' 'The day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended ' (No. 610) (J. Ellerlon)
Threefold Amen and Vesper, ' God be in my head and in my understanding'
Organ Voluntary by Mr. ALLAN BROWN
THIS is in several ways a notable occasion.
St. Andrew s-tide is annually observed as a season of prayer for missions, and Mr. Basil Mathews, formerly editor of Outward Bound and author of such compelling books as ' The Clash of Colour,' is a speaker who will be particularly welcomed on this, the Sunday after St. Andrew's Day. He is now Secretary, at Geneva, of the Boys' Work Department of the World's Y.M.C.A. In addition, it is interesting to note that this is the first broadcast from the City Temple.


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