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Order of Service :
Hymn, ' Ye Watchers and ye Holy
Ones' (E. H., 519, omit. v. 2)
Confession and Thanksgivings
I'salm No. 65
Nunc Dimittis
Hymn ' My God, my Father, make me strong '
(St... Martin's H. B., 299)
(The words of this Hymn, No. 299 in the bt.
Martin's Hymn Book, were printed in full in our issue of January 6.)
Address by the Rev. Dr. DONALD FRASER
Hymn, 'Glory to thee, my God, this night'
(E. H., 267)
ONE of the founders of the Student Christian
U Movement, and an ex-Moderator of the United Free Church of Scotland, Dr. Donald Fraser spent thirty years as a missionary m
Nyasaland, and he carried through the Scottish
Churches Missionary Campaign in 1921-23. He is the author of several books, including ' African Idylls' and ' The Autobiography of an African.'
Organ Voluntaries by Dr. G. J. BENNETT
With special Address to Rotarians by the Bishop
Relayed from Nottingham
Order of Service :
Hymn, 'Ye Holy Angels bright' (E.H., 517) The Lord's Prayer Psalm No. 46
Lesson (Read by the DEAN op LINCOLN) Magnificat (Stanford in C) Collects Address by the LORD Bishop OF LINCOLN
Hymn, ' Jesu, Lover of my soul' (E.H., 414) Blessing THE Rotary motto is Service above Self,' and Lincoln Rotarians try to carry it out by doing welfare work for poor boys and crippled children, by visiting prisons, helping the blind, the deaf and the dumb, and so on. The Bishop of Lincoln, who gives the address in tonight's service, is himself a member of the Lincoln Rotary Club.


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