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From the Studio
Hymn, ' Lead us, 0 Father, in the paths of Peace' (New Church Hymnary of the Presbyterian Church, No. 566)
Bible Reading, Ecclesiastes III 1-15 Hymn, Who would true valour see' (New Church Hymnary of the Presbyterian Church, No 576)
Address by Dr. HENRY T. HODGKIN ,
M.A., M.B. Hymn, 'These Things shall be'
(New Church Hymnary of the Presbyterian Church No. 639)
DR. HENRY T. HODGKIN , a leading figure in the Society of Friends, was the first Quaker to give a Sunday evening address from 2LO, when he led the Studio Service on December 18, 1925. His life has been devoted to work for international co-operation and understanding ; and for the past six years ho has shared the secretaryship with Chinese and American colleagues of the National Christian Council of China. He first went out to China as a medical missionary in 1904, and was for some years on the staff of the West China Union University, Chengtu. He is shortly going to America to help with the foundation of a centre for social and religious study on the lines of the well-known Woodbrooke Settlement at Birmingham.
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2LO London, 30 June 1929 20.00

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