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: Gwasanaeth Cymraeg

O Gapel Gomer, Abertawe
(From Swansea)
(Daventry National Programme)

Trefnir y Gwasanaeth gan y Parch R. S. Rogers, B.A.Gweinidog
Emyn 839, Llu disglair y Nef (Hanover)
Darllen, Malachi iii, 1-4 and 13-18
Emyn 541, Arglwydd pan fo'r dydd yn oau (Aberystwyth)
Can-Annie Owen-Graig yr Oesoedd (J. T. Llewelyn)
Emyn 545, Cofia'n gwlad, Benllywydd tirion (Dolfor)
Pregeth gan y Parch J. Gwili Jenkins
(Yr Archdderwydd Newydd)
Emyn 678, Dyma gariad fel y moroedd (Ton y Botel)
Hwyrol Emyn
Eymnau allan o Lawlyfr Moliant y Bedyddwyr
(to 19.45)

: A Religious Service

Relayed from The Parish Church of St. Andrew, Banwell, Somerset

The Bells

Order of Service:
Hymn, Bright the Vision that delighted (Ancient and Modern, 161)
General Confession
Lord's Prayer
Versicles and Responses
Psalm 34
Lesson, St. John VI, 1-14
Cantate Domino
The Creed
Hymn, We love the Place, O God (Ancient and Modern, 242)
Address by the Rev. T.H. Amos, Vicar
Hymn, Through the Night of Doubt and Sorrow (Ancient and Modern, 274)
Vesper Hymn


Speaker: The Rev. T.H. Amos
Organist: F. Roland Hodges

: The Week's Good Cause

An Appeal on behalf of The Central Boys' Club and Hostel Building Fund, by the Honorary Secretary, Mr. Ben Williams, M.B.E.
Contributions will be gratefully received by the Honorary Secretary, [address removed]

The period of adolescence is fraught with dangers even for boys who live in good social environment. For their less privileged brothers it is a doubly critical period. The Central Boys' Club provides an antidote to devitalizing and degrading influences to the poor boys of Cardiff-giving them an opportunity of developing, mentally and physically, into good citizens. A hostel is run in conjunction with the Club for homeless or destitute boys. In these difficult times such work has grown out of all proportion to the facilities available. The Marquess of Bute has, however, given, free of all cost, a site for a new building. It is for funds to use the munificent gift to the best advantage that Mr. Ben Williams is to appeal tonight.


Speaker: Ben Williams

: The Western Studio Orchestra

Leader, Louis Levitus


Musicians: The Western Studio Orchestra
Orchestra leader: Louis Levitus

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