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: A Religious Service

Relayed from Star Street Congregational Church.
Hymn, 'God is in His Temple' (Tune: 'Neander')-No. 179, Worship Song
Lesson, Psalm lxxxiv
Hymn, 'The Lord is King' (Tune: 'Niagara') - No. 6, Worship Song
Lesson, Luke, Ch. xv, vv. 11-32
Hymn, 'Lead us, Heavenly Father' (Tune: 'Mannheim')-No. 305,
Worship Song
Prayer and Lord's Prayer-Chanted
Announcements
Hymn, 'Praise to the Holiest' (Tune: 'Gerontius')-No. 51, Worship Song
Sermon - The Rev. J. Penry Thomas
Hymn, 'Now thank we all our God' (Tune: 'Nun danket') - No. 19, Worship Song
Benediction
Vesper

The Rev. J. Penry Thomas is the Minister of Star Street Congregational Church, Cardiff, a member of the Council of the Congregational Union of England and Wales, a director of the London Missionary Society, and President of the Council of Evangelical Churches in Cardiff.

Contributors

Sermon: The Rev. J. Penry Thomas

: A Religious Service

From the Studio
The Choir of St. Teilo's Church
Hymn, 'Guide me, O Thou Great Redeemer' (A. and M., No. 196)
Old Testament Lesson, Genesis xxvi, w. 17-25
Hymn, 'When all Thy Mercies, O my God' (A. and M., No. 517)
New Testament Lesson, St. Matthew xi, vv. 25-end
Address by the Rev. J. D. Hughes
Hymn, 'Glory to Thee, my God, this night' (A. and M., No. 23)
Blessing

Contributors

Singers: The Choir of St. Teilo's Church
Addresser: The Rev. J. D. Hughes

: The Week's Good Cause

Appeal on behalf of the Bristol St. John's Ambulance by Mr. M. H. Kettlewell.

Contributors

Speaker: M.H. Kettlewell

: A Light Symphony Concert

Conducted by Godfrey Brown

Contributors

Conductor: Godfrey Brown

: Epilogue

S.B. from London








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