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Annual Scottish Festival Service

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Relayed from ST. COLUMBA'S, Pont
Street
GOD SAVE THE KING
Psalm 100, Tune 26, Old Hundredth Prayers
Psalm 122. Chant
Old Testament Lesson-Isaiah xxxv.
Read by Lord AMULREE , G.B.E., K.C.
Hymn 141 (Scottish Hymnal), 29
(Church Hymnary), 379 (Ancient and Modern), 'Now thank we all our God'
New Testament Lesson-St. John i, 35-42. Read by Lord AMULREE Hvmn 176 (Scottish Hymnal), 424
'(Church Hymnary), 699 (Ancient and Modern), ' 0 Love that wilt not let me go.'
Prayers
Paraphrase II. Hymn 562 (Church
Hymnary), 612 (Ancient and Modern). Tune, Salzburg, 0 God of Bethel! by whose hand'
The Lord's Prayer
The Sermon, The REVEREND Archi-
BALD FLEMING, D.D.
Hymn 309 (Scottish 'Hymnal), 601
(Church Hymnary), 165 (Ancient and Modem), ' 0 God our help in ages past.' Tune by Vaughan Williams
The Blessing
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Annual Scottish Festival Service

5XX Daventry, 1 December 1929 15.00






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