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S.B. from London

: a Religious Service

Relayed.from the House of the Sacred Mission.
Kelham .
Relayed to London and Daventry
Our Father and Versicles (Book of Common
Psalm 147 (Tone I)
First Lesson: Genesis xxviii, verses 10-17 Office Hymn 241 (English Hymnal)
Magnificat (Tone VIII), with Antiphon
' Michael, Gabriel, Cherubim and Seraphim arc they who cease not to cry continually : Worthy art thou, 0 Lord, to receive glory and honour, Alleluya '
Second Lesson : S. Luke xxiv, verses 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 Miehaelmlaa;
(2) for Peace, (3) fer Aid against all Peris. (Book of Common Prayer)
Hymn 243 (English Hymnal)
Sermon, Rev. Fr. STEPHEN F. B. BEDALE,
Hymn 476 (English Hymnal)


Unknown: S. Luke

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