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: For the Children

Joan and Betty's Bible Story by Mr. E. R. APPLETON, West Regional Director
' Paul appeals to Caesar '
PAUL refuses to be judged at Jerusalem, claiming that he had done the Jews no wrong and making his appeal unto Caesar. ' Unto Cæsar,' replies Festus, in the now famous answer, ' shalt thou go.' In this episode we also find Agrippa and Bernice entering with great pomp into the place of hearing with the chief captains and principal men of the city. At the command of Festus, Paul is brought forth. We hear Paul's dramatic dialogue with King Agrippa in which the king is almost persuaded to be a Christian.

: Gwasanaeth Cymraeg

o Eglwys Gynulleidfaol, Siloh Newydd, Glandŵr
(Daventry National Programme) (From Swansea)
Gweddi Fer
Emyn 956, Pob seraff, pob sant (Brwynog)
Darllen rhan o'r Yagrythur
Emyn, I bwy y perthyn mawl?
Emyn 1053, Duw mawr! pa beth a welaf draw? (Dies Irae)
Gweddi
(Yr Emynau allan o'r 'Ganiedydd Cynulleidfaol Newydd')
Arweinydd ac Organydd, Ivor Owen

Gweddi Anthem 16, Duw Sydd Ysbryd - Sterndale Bennett
Pregeth Gan Y Parch SAMUEL WILLIAMS Anthem 29 (gan y Cor), Oleuni Mwyn - Harry Evans

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

From THE STUDIO
Conducted by the Rev. HAROLD H. BURDESS ,
M.A., B.D.
The Choir of Roath Park Wesleyan Church
Conductor, Mr. G. BULL
Hymn. Dear Lord and Father of Mankind
(Methodist Hymn Book, 410 ; English Hymnary, 383)
Confession
Thanksgiving and Lord's Prayer
Magnificat (Methodist Hymn Book 986) Bible Reading, Luke ii, 41-52
Anthem, In the Bosom, Joy and Grief (Mendelssohn)
A prayer from Scripture Petitions
Hymn, My God, how wonderful Thou art
(Methodist Hymn Book, 54; Ancient and Modern, 169)
Address by the Rev. HAROLD H. BURDESS ,
M.A., B.D.
Hymn, Hark. my Soul, it is the Lord
(Methodist Hymn Book,417 ; Ancient and Modern, 260)
Evening Prayer and Blessing

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Harold H. Burdess
Unknown: Rev. Harold H. Burdess

: The Week's Good Cause

An Appeal on behalf of THE Bristol Y.M.C.A. NEW BUILDINGS FUND by Mr. F. PERCY JENKINS , Hon. Treasurer
Contributions will be gratefully received by the Hon Treasurer, Y.M.C.A., [address removed]
Bristol Y.M.C.A. was founded on June Ist, 1853, and since that date has occupied the premises in St. James' Square, which are so well known to Bristolians of all ages. The present scheme was planned in 1913, and the site for a central building was secured. But the Great War intervened, and tho ' Dug-out' was erected in its place to meet the needs of men of H.M. Forces, of whom over one million used the building. The new building has grown rapidly, and the opening ceremony will be performed by Her Highness Princess Helena Victoria , G.B.E., on Wednesday, January 13, at 3.15 p.m. The building will provide immediate hostel accommodation for forty-five, and ultimately over seventy, young men. I

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. F. Percy Jenkins
Unknown: Helena Victoria








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