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The First General Assembly of the Re-United Church of Scotland


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Relayed from the Hall of Assembly, Edinburgh
S.B. from Editiburgh
2.0 3.0 app. The Moderators enter the Hall of Assembly in procession
The Senior Moderator (the Rt. Rev. Principal
MARTIN, D.D.) takes the Chair
Scripture Lesson
The Assembly Clerks lay on the table the Minutes bearing on the adoption of the Uniting Act
Resolution, adopting the Uniting Act, moved by the Hon. LORD SANDS, D.D., and seconded by the Very Rev. ROBERT J. DRUMMOND , D.D.
The Moderators exchange Solemn Declarations of Union
The Moderators and Clerks sign the Uniting Act The Rt. Rev. JOSEPH MITCHELL , D.D., takes the Chair
Constitution of the United Assembly, by Prayer
The Assembly proceeds to elect a Moderator
The Senior Clerks and the Ex-Moderators conduct the newly elected Moderator to the Chair
Reading of the Commission to His Royal Highness, the Lord High Commissioner, and of His
Majesty's Letter
Address by the Lord High Commissioner
Reply by the Moderator The Moderator's Address
Formal Business


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The First General Assembly of the Re-United Church of Scotland

2LO London, 2 October 1929 14.00

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