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Conducted by the Rev. T. WILKINSON RIDDLE
Organ Prelude by Mr. T. MARTIN
Singing by the Children
Hymn, Brightly gleams our banner ' (Baptist
Church Hymnal, No. 790)
Invocation and Lord's Prayer
Hymn, 'There's a Friend for little Children ' (B.H., No. 799)
Scripture Lesson
Anthem by George
Street Baptist Church Choir : ' 0, sing unto the Lord ' (Ferris Tozer)
Hymn, 'God Who hath made tho daisies ' (B.C.H., No. 750).
Address by the Rev.
T. WILKINSON RIDDLE , Minister of George Street Baptist Church
Hymn, ' Now the day is over ' (B.C.H., No. 79G)
Benediction. Singing
' by the Children


Unknown: Rev. T. Wilkinson
Unknown: Mr. T. Martin
Unknown: T. Wilkinson Riddle


(From the Studio)
Hymn, 'Lead us,
Heavenly Father'
* (Ancient and Modern. No. 28)
Confession and Lord's
Isaiah Iv Anthem , 'Light of tho
World ' (Elgar)
Intercessions and Thanksgiving
Hymn, ' Thine for ever, God of Love ' (Ancient and Modern, No. 280)
Address by the Rev. R. CARNEGIE KNOX , M.A.,
Viear of Emmanuel Church
Hymn, 'The Day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended'
(Ancient and Modern, No. 477)


Unknown: Isaiah Iv Anthem
Unknown: Rev. R. Carnegie Knox

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