Conducted by the Vicar, The
Reverend H. EARNSHAW SMITH , M.A.
Relayed from Watford Parish Church
Order of Service :
Hymn, There's a Friend ifor little children
(Golden Bells, No. 640; Ancient and Modern, No. 337)
C.S.S.M. Chorus No. 191, The whole wide world
Scripture Union Chorus No. 147, Open
Thou mine eyes
Scripture Reading, St. Matthew ix, 27-31
C.S.S.M. Choruses No. 52, He is able to-save, and No. 285, Kept by the power of God . '
Address by the'Reverend L. G. BREWSTER ,
Hymn, There is a city bright (Golden
Bells, No. 564)
(Daventry National Programme)
Reverend H. Earnshaw
An Appeal on behalf of TnE Bristol DISCHARGED PRISOXERS' AID SOCIETY, by The Reverend Ivor S. WATKIKS , M.A., by whom all contributions will be gratefully received at [address removed]
The Bristol Society operates in a wide area, as the Bristol Prison serves the greater part of the counties of Gloucester, Somerset and Wilts, the prisons at Devizes and Shepton Mallet having recently closed down. It has a Young Prisoners' Department, in which lads between the ages of sixteen and twenty-one are received from all parts of the country.
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