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St. Martin-in-the-Fields

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THE BELLS
Address by the Rev. 'PAT' MCCORMICK
Order of Service
Hymn, Eternal Father, strong to save (St.
Martin's Hymnbook, No. 77; Ancient and Modern, No. 370)
Confession and Thanksgiving Psalm 19
Lesson
Deus Misereatur
Prayers
Hymn, St. Martin's Hymnbook, No. 274
0 Son of Man, our Hero strong and tender,
Whose servants are the brave in all the earth,
Our living sacrifice to Thee we render,
Who sharest all our sorrow, all our mirth.
0 feet so strong to climb the path of duty,
0 lips divine that taught the words of truth,
Kind eyes that marked the lilies in their beauty,
And heart that kindled at the zeal of youth.
Lover of children, boyhood's inspiration,
Of all mankind the Servant and the King,
0 Lord of joy and hope and consolation,
To Thee our fears and joys and hopes we bring.
Not in our failures only and our sadness,
We seek Thy presence, Comforter and Friend ;
0 rich man's guest, be with us in our gladness,
0 poor man's mate, our lowliest tasks attend.
. (Frank Fletcher. )
The Rev. 'PAT' MC CORIMICK: 'Christ's Message to Us Today—I, Its Positiveness
Hymn, The Day thou gavest, Lord, is ended (St.
Martin's Hymnbook, No. 335; Ancient and Modsrn, No. 477)
Blessing

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