Order of Service
Invocation, followed by the Lord's Prayer
Hymn 597, B.C.H., 'How pleased and blest was I'
First Lesson. Psalm 103
Hymn 67, B.C.H., 'Praise to the Holiest in the Height'
Second Lesson. Matthew vi, Verse 19
Hymn 230, B.C.H., 'Rock of Ages, cleft for mo'
Anthem, 'O clap your Hands' (Stainer)
Hymn 10, B.C.H., 'Now thank we all our God'
Address by the Rev. H.C. Mander, D.D.
Hymn 664, B.C.H., 'Sun of my Soul, Thou Saviour dear'
Benediction and Vesper
An Appeal on behalf of The Prince of Wales' Hospital, Cardiff, for Limbless and Crippled, by Dr. D. Llewelyn Williams, Member of the Executive Committee
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