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Penge Congregational Church
Order of Service
Hymn, Immortal, invisible, God only wise (Cong. H. 22 ; S.P. 535)
Call to Worship
Collect and The Lord's Prayer Suffrages
Deus Misereatur (Psalm 67)
Lesson, St. Matthew xii, 22-29; xiii,
53-58 ; St. John xii, 20-22 and 35-37 Prayers
Hymn, O love of God, how strong and true (Cong. H. 68 ; S.P. 607)
Address by the Rev. E. J. BARSON
Hymn, Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear (Cong. H. 599; A. and M. 24)
Although the Penge Congregational Church has been in existence little more than a quarter of a century, it is one of the busiest Congregational churches in South London. It has been aptly called a ' seven-day-a-week ' church because there is always something on in the evening to suit the many and varied activities of its members.
The Rev. Ernest J. Barson has been the minister of the church since its inception.


Unknown: Rev. E. J. Barson
Unknown: Rev. Ernest J. Barson

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Regional Programme London, 3 March 1935 19.55

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