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: Territorial Church Parade

Relayed from the Cathedral, Bristol.
Processional Hymn, 'Glorious things of Thee are spoken' (A. and M., No. 545)
Evensong to the Third Collect
The First Lesson will be read by the Canon-in-Residence
The Second Lesson by General Sir A. J. Godley, G.O.C-in-C. Southern Command
Sermon by the Rev. E. H. Thorold, Assistant Chaplain-General, Southern Command
Hymn, 'Onward, Christian Soldiers' (A. and M., No. 391)
The Blessing
The National Anthem

The Band of the 4th Glo'sters will accompany the Hymns, and special music will be sung by the Cathedral Choir. General Sir A. J. Godley will inspect the Units as they march past outside the Cathedral after the Service.
These Parades have been held for some years by mutual arrangement between the Commanding Officers, and the date chosen is usually the Sunday after Empire Day.
The following Units of the T.A. are expected to attend: 66th (South Midland) Brigade, R.F.A.. 48th Divisional Engineers, 4th (City of Bristol) Bttn. Gloucestershire Regt., Cth Battn. Gloucestershire Regt.


Reader (First Lesson): The Canon-in-Residence [name uncredited]
Reader (Second Lesson): General Sir A.J. Godley
Sermon: The Rev. E. H. Thorold
Musicians: The Band of the 4th Glo'sters

: S.B. from London

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