Hymn, "Praise Ye the Lord!
'Tis Good to Raise" (Methodist Hymnal, No. 48).
Bible Reading. Psalm No. 148. Anthem.
Religious Address by the Rev. JOHN W. CLAYTON , of Oldham.
Hymn. "Thy Ceaceleps. Urexhausted Love" (Methodist Hymnal, No. 67).
THE STATION CHORUS :
Chorus Master, S. H. WHITTAKER
At the Piano; H. FOX.
" Come and Thank Him " ...........
Chorale. " Thee'-(" Christmas with Tender Care Oratorio")
I'll Cherish" ...
CLAUD BIGGS (Solo Pianoforte).
Allegro Moderato; Andante; Presto.
"For the Lord is Gracious" (Cantata, No. 30).
Chorale, " Rejoice and Sing" ("Christmas Oratorio").
French Suite, No. 5, in G. Allemande; Courante; Sarabande; Gavotte; Bourree;
"O Light Everlasting ("O Light Everlasting").
"Glory Be to God" ("Christmas Oratorio").
Organ Fugue in C Major arr. for Piano by Claud Biggs
"All Glory, Praise and Majesty" ("God's Time is Best").
Chorale. "Praise God" (Choralgesiinge, No. 130).
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