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: A Religious Service

Relayed from The Parish Church of St. James, Trowbridge
The Bells
Shortened Evensong

Order of Service:
Hymn, O Praise ye the Lord! (Ancient and Modern, No. 308) (Tune, Parry)
Sentences
Shortened Confession and Absolution
Lord's Prayer
Versicles
Psalm 122
Lesson, II Corinthians iv, 5-8 and 14-18 Deus Misereatur (Psalm 67)
Apostles' Creed
Versicles
Collects
Anthem, God is a Spirit (W. Sterndale Bennett)
Address by the Reverend S. J. Nisbet Wallace, Rector
Hymn, Fill Thou my Life (Ancient and Modern, No. 705) (Tune, Richmond)
Prayer and Blessing
Sevenfold Amen
Voluntary by A. E. Howell, (Organist)
Sonata No. 7 in F Minor (1st movement) (Rheinberger)

The Reverend S. J. Nisbet Wallace served his first curacy at All Souls,' Langham Place, London. He was temporary Chaplain to the Forces in Gallipoli, Egypt, Salonica and France during the Great War and has been Rector of Trowbridge since 1929. The poet Crabbe was Rector of the parish from 1814 until his death in 1832; he is buried in the chancel.

Contributors

Speaker: The Reverend S.J. Nisbet Wallace
Organist: A.E. Howell

: The Week's Good Cause

An Appeal on behalf of The Ministers' Widows' Fund, by the Reverend D. Hughson Jones

The Ministers' Widows' Fund was formed in 1775, and ever since has granted some maintenance to necessitous Widows and Orphans of Ministers of the Presbyterian, Independent and Baptist denominations in England and Wales.

Contributors

Speaker: The Reverend D. Hughson Jones

: The Western Studio Orchestra

Leader, Louis Levitus
Francis Russell (Tenor)

Contributors

Musicians: The Western Studio Orchestra
Orchestra leader: Louis Levitus
Tenor: Francis Russell








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