Relayed from THE CENTRAL HALL, BRISTOL
CENTRAL HALL CHOIR
Organist, A. J. BAKER
Order of Service
Hymn (A. and M., 178; Methodist Hymn Book,
110), Jesus, the very Thought of Thee
Prayer lesson, St. John, Chap. xxi, verses 15-23
Anthem, Uod is a Spirit......Sterndale Bennett Hymn (A. and M., 10S ; M.H.B., 164), When I survey the wondrous Cross
Address by the Rev. T. FERRIER HULME , M.A.,
Hymn (M.H.B., 361), Lord is the Strength of Grace
Vesper, Come near and Bless us
THAT the progressive work of tho Wesleyan Central Hall is appreciated in Bristol is best indicated hy the fact that it is one of the few places of Worship where there is a queue awaiting the opening of the door every Sunday evening.
Rev. T. Ferrier
GLYN EASTMAN (Baritone)
THE CARDIFF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' MADIGRAL SOCIETY
Conducted by ARTHUR POWELL
THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Leader, LOUIS LEVITUS
Relayed from WOOD STREET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, CARDIFF
THE Carol-singing at Wood Street Chapel has been arranged in this instance specially for broadcasting. Under the leadership of the Rev. Albert Dring, however, singing is always an important feature at Wood Street. Mr. Dring is a musician-preacher and regularly conducts community hymn singing for a quarter of an hour before the evening service.
ORCHESTRA Christmas Overture - Coleridge-Taylor
GLYN EASTMAN, CHOIR and - Orchestra
Fantasy on Christmas Carols - Vaughan Williams Conducted by REGINALD REDMAN
ORCHESTRA A Droam of Christmas - Ketelbey
ORCHESTRA Christmas Tree Suite - Rebikov
CHOIR Covontry Carol - Traditional
Povorty - Caradog Roberts
In Dulci Jubilo - arr. B. Gesius
ORCHESTRA Waltz, Noel (The Seasons) - Tchaikovsky
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