ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, CARDIFF
Order of Service :
Hymn, All People that on Earth do dwell
(Ancient and Modem, 166)
Psalm 46—Chant Scripture Reading Magnificat-Chant Collects Prayers
Hymn, Ye Holy Angels bright (Ancient and Modern, 546)
Address by the Rev, Canon J: A. Lewis ,
Hymn, City of God how broad and fair
(English Hymnal; 375),
Organist, G. H. COLE
THE REV. CANON LEWIS is the newly-appointed Vicar of St. John's Church. For seventeen years he was Vicar and Rural Dean of Aberdare.
An Appeal on behalf of THE SOMERSET DIOCESAN MISSION TO THE DEAF AND DUMB by the Rev.
F. W. GILBY
THE REV. F. W. GILBY , Chaplain to the Somersetshire Deaf and Dumb Mission, was
Chaplain at the first church ever erected specially for the Deaf and Dumb, S. Saviour 's, Oxford Street, London. He is himself the son of deaf-mute parents, and he will'tell of what it means to be deaf and of the things that are done to help the 400 deaf and dumb in Somerset.
Rev. F. W.
of THE CARDIFF MUSICAL SOCIETY
Relayed from THE PARK HALL, CARDIFF
ELSIE SUDDABY (Soprano)
WILLIAM PARSONS (Baritone)
THE CHOIR OF THE CARDIFF MUSICAL SOCIETY
THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA (AUGMENTED)
Conducted by WARWICK BRAITHWAITE
(Leader, Lons LEVITUS)
Chorus, Blest are they that mourn Chorus, All Flesh doth perish
Baritone Solo and Chorus, Lord, make mo to know
Chorus, How lovely are Thy Dwellings
Soprano Solo and Chorus, Ye who now sorrow Baritone Solo and Chorus, On this Earth Chorus, Blessed are the Dead
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