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Community hymn-singing from Battersea Parish Church; led by church choirs of the Batter sea Council of Churches
Introduced by JOHN WESTBROOK Ye choirs of new Jerusalem
(Tune. St. Fulbert) Jesus Christ is risen today
(Tune. Easter Hymn)
Light's glittering morn
(Tune. Lasst Uns Erfreuen)
Low in the grave he lay
(Tune. Christ arose)
Love's redeeming work Is done
(Tune. Savannah)
The strife is o'er
(Tune. Vulpius. arr. H. G. Ley )
Jesus lives! thy terrors now
(Tune. St. Alblnus)
Thine be the glory
(Tune. Maccabaeus)
Final prayer and blessing by the Vicar of Battersea, the REV. NEVILLE D. GILL


Conductor: Harold Davis
Organist: Marjorie Woodcock
Introduced By: John Westbrook
Unknown: H. G. Ley
Unknown: Rev. Neville D. Gill

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