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Conducted by STANFORD Robinson

: A Recital

by Arthur Catterall (Violin)
Variations - Mozart, arr. Catterall
Voiles blanches au crepuscule - Gaubert
Une Chassee au bin - Gaubert
Rhapsodic Piemontese - Sinigaglia
Adagio (Slow Movement) - Brahms
Norwegian Dance - Grieg
Spanish Dance - de Falla, arr. Kreisler

: Songs OF THE BIBLE-No. 12

A Song of Love
1 Corinthians xiii, 1-13

: Bach Church Cantata

Ach lieben Christer seid getrost
Relayed from the Guildhall School of Music (For the words of the Cantata see page 625) Next week's Cantata is No. 96
' Herr Christ , dcr ein'ge Gottzshon
(' 0 Christ, Thou blessed Lamb of God ')

: a Religious Service

Evensong of the Octave of the Feast of St. Michael and All Angels
From the House of the Sacred Mission,
S.B.from Nottingham
FOUNDED in 1890 by the Rev. H. H. Kelly , who was its first director and is still on the staff at Kelham, the Society of the Sacred Mission (now directed by the Rev Reginald H. Tribe , M.C.) is a brotherhood of priests and laymen of the Church of England who spend their lives under the vows of poverty, celibacy and obedience. Its first and chief work is the training of men for the Ministry, and, since its first small beginnings in a house in Brixton, this work has developed until the Society has now become the largest Theological College in the Church of England. The supply of candidates is practically unlimited and, though the strictest selection is exercised, there are now some 130 students in training, and it is hoped to increase the College to 300. As, however, candidates are selected solely on the grounds of their qualifications, apart from their financial position, and the students are drawn from every class, from pit boys to University graduates, the cost of maintaining tho majority of them falls upon the resources of the Society, and necessarily limits the work. A large chapel is now being built, specially suited to the plain-chant singing in which all members of the Community take part, and it is expected that this will, when it is finished, be recognized as one of the most striking modern buildings in the country.
Our Father and Versifies (Book of Common
Psalm 147 (Tone I)
First Lesson, Genesis xxviii, 10-17 Office Hymn 241 (English Hymnal)
Magnificat (Tone VIII), with Antiphon-
Michael Gabriel , Cherubim and Seraphim are they who cease not to cry continually : Worthy art thou, 0 Lord, to receive glory and honour, Alleluya ' f
Second Lesson-S. Luke xxiv, 1-9
Nunc Dimittis (Tone III), with Antiphon
' 0 King all glorious amid Thy saintly company, who ever shalt be praised, yet overpassest utterance : Thou 0 Lord art in the midst of us, and we are called by Thy holy Name ; leave us not, Our God ; that in the day of Judgment it may please Thee to place us in the number of Thy saints and chosen ones, King most blessed'
Creed. Versicles. Collects (1) of Michaelmas.
(2) for Peace, (3) for Aid against all Perils, (Book of Common Prayer)
Hymn 243 (English Hymnal)
Sermon, Rev. Fr. STEPHEN F. B. BEDALE, S.S.M. Hymn 475 (English Hymnal)


Appeal on behalf of the Stepney Infant Welfare Centre by the Rt. Hon. Sir WILLIAM JOYNSON-HICKS, Bart., M.P.
THIS Infant Welfare Centre, which was the second to be founded in London, includes a nursing home with beds for nine babies, a dental clinic for mothers, and an ultra-violet ray clinic. During the past twelve months it has dealt with 4,500 cases, and, although half the running expenses are paid by the Ministry of Health, the Centre is in urgent need of funds to enable it to carry on its work.
Contributions should be sent to [address removed]

: Chamber Music

ANTONI SALA (Violoncello)
JOHN IRELAND (Pianoforte)

: Epilogue ' When men Shall Revile you '

THE series of ten Epilogues, based upon the Sermon on' the Mount and headed by 'The Nine Blessings,' terminates tonight. Next Sunday will begin a new series baaed upon parables from the New Testament and the Old.

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