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A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

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FROM THE STUDIO
Conducted by the Rev. HARRY MILLER
Order of Service
Hymn, ' Now thank we all our God ' (Church
Hymnary, 29)
Prayers
Hymn, Father of Heaven' (C.H., 5) Lesson
Hymn, ' Ride on. Ride on ' (C.H., 92)
Address by the Rev. J. HARRY MILLER Collect
Hymn, 'Abide with me. (C.H., 286) . Benediction
T° many listeners who served in the war, the Rev. J. Harry Miller will be well remembered as Assistant Principal Chaplain from 1917 to 1919, at Rouen and with the Second Anny H.Q. He has been Warden of the New College Settlement, Edinburgh, since 1908, and Lecturer in Sociology in New College, Edinburgh, since. 1922, and he is now Moderator-Designate of the United Free Church of Scotland.
8.45 THE WEEK'S GOOD Cause : Appeal on behalf of the Crusade of Rescue, by Father RONALD Ksox THE Crusade of Rescue is a charity whose object it is to give a home to orphan and destitute children. Founded in London in 1859, it has saved thousands of children from misery and want, and given them a home and a start in life, either in England or in its home in Canada.
Father Ronald Knox, who makes the appeal, is well known as a theologian, a speaker, a journalist and a writer of detective stories.
Contributions should be sent to him at [address removed]

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