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A Religious Service

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FROM THE STUDIO
Conducted by Mr. H. G. Silcock :
Joint Secretary of the Friends' Service Council
Order of Service :
Hymn, ' For the Beauty of the Earth' (Church
Hymnary, No. 17)
Prayer
Hymn, ' Let us with a Gladsome Mind ' (I verse) (Church Hymnary, No. II)
Prayers
Reading, St. Matthew vi, vv. 19-34
Hymn, 'There is a Book who runs may read '
(Church Hymnary, No. 8)
ADDRESS
Prayer
Hymn, The King of Love my Shepherd is '
'(Church Hymnary, No. 438)
Prayer
Blessing
As Secretary of the Friends' Service Council, after being at Fettes College, Edinburgh, and Oriel, Oxford, Mr. H. G. Silcock spent the years 1908-1920 in China, becoming Vice-President of the West China Union University, Chengtu. In 1920 he returned home to become Secretary of the Friends' Foreign Mission Association, now known as the Friends' Service Council. He delivered the annual Swarthmore Lecture of the Society of Friends in 1927 on ' Christianity and World Unrest.' Well known in the West Country, Mr. Silcock is a Somerset man, his father having been at one time M.P. for the Wells division.

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A Religious Service

2LO London, 29 July 1928 20.00






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