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WALDENSIAN

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WALLOON and HUGUENOT SERVICE, relayed from the Crypt of CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL.
Service conducted by the Rev. JEAN R. BARNA -BAS, Pastor of the Huguenot Church, and Sung by THE CHOIR OF THE WESLEYAN CHURCH, CANTERBURY. (Orchestra and Choir under the direction of C. H. ROBINSON , A.R.C.M.) Invocation
Hymn, Entonnons de Nouveaux Cantiquos Liturgy (Gloria, to the tune Roekingham) 5th Psalm
Lesson : Exodus. Chap. 20 Magnificat (in French)
Lesson : Revelation, Chap. 22 Nunc Dimittis (in French) Liturgy
Hymn, Nations ! louez Ie Seigneur Liturgy
Hymn : Marchons avec joie
Sermon by the Rev. RICHARD HALL (Hon-Col. C.F.. R.A.F.)
Hymn : Reste avec nous, Seigneur 0 Dieu Sauvo lo Roi
THE Walloon Huguenot Church in the crypt of Canterbury Cathedral was founded in 1547, and given a Royal Charter by Edward VI. in 1550. On the accession of Queen Mary it was dissolved, and Utenhove, its first Minister, went to Poland to work for the Reformation at the, court of King Sigismund. The succession of Queen Elizabeth and the restoration of the Reformed religion made it possible for him to return; he brought- with him tho Charter, and tho church was reconstituted, and has been in existence ever since.

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Unknown: Rev. Jean R. Barna
Unknown: H. Robinson
Unknown: Rev. Richard Hall

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