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With an address by the Rev. ARTHUR PRINGLE of Parley Congregational Church
Relayed from St. Martin-in-the Fields
Order of Service
Hymn, 'Holy. Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty'
Thanksgiving Psalm 8
Bible reading. John iii, 1-3 and iv, 15-21
Deus Misereatur
Hymn. 'Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost'
Address by the Rev. A. Pringle
Hymn, 'Souls of Men, Why will ye Scatter'
THE REV ARTHUR PRINGLE is an ex-Chairman of the Surrey Congregational Union and of the Congregational
Union of England and Wales. Before he became minister of the Purley Congregational Church, in 1904. he was for
a time on the editorial staff of The Christian World, and he has published several books.
8.55 THE WEEK'S GOOD Cause:
Appeal by the EARL OF MACCLESFIELD on behalf of St. Mary's Hospital for Women and Children, Plaistow
This hospital is situated in the area bordering the on the great Docks, in the midst of a population of artisans and
dock labourers, to whose wives and children it is the greatest boon; but as the people financially interested in the
great works at the Docks live elsewhere, the hospital has to make its appeals outside its immediate surroundings.
At present it urgently needs £20,000 for a new Out-patient Department, to replace the obsolete building now in
Contributions should be sent to [address removed]


Unknown: Rev. Arthur Pringle
Unknown: Rev. A. Pringle

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