Relayed from St. John's Church,
Conducted by the Rev
Canon C. S. WOODWARD
Hymn, 'Jesu, good above all other' (E. H. 598)
Psalm No. 67
Hymn, He who would valiant be ' (E. H. 402)
Address by the Rev. Canon WOODWARD
Hymn, ' As with gladness men of old ' (E.H. 39)
Conducted by the Rev. DINSDALE T. YouNG , D.D.
Relayed from the Central Hall,
Hymn, ' Praise to the Holiest' (M.H.B. 62)
Anthem, ' I will mention the loving kindnesses'
(Soloists, Mr. DOUGLAS WADE and Mr. H. E. PAGE
Hymn, Come, thou Fount of every blessing'
Sermon by the Rev. DINSDALE T. YOUNG , D.D. Hymn, 'Holy Father, cheer our way ' (M.H.B.
IT is always interesting to find that a broadcast has been arranged in response to a specific request from a particular section of the community. This evening's service is the Tramwayman's service ; it is the result of a petition received from members of the Traffic Control Staff of the Fulhvell Depot of the London United Tramways, the signatories representing fourteen different districts from Chiswiek out to Uxbridge. The Rev. Dinsdale T. Young , who conducts the service has been Minister of the Westminster
Central Hall since 1914. He is an ex-President of tho Wesleyan Conference, and known as an ference, and Known as an author, lecturer and preacher- all over the country.
Appeal on behalf of the Travellers' Aid Society by Lady FRANCES BALFOUR
THE great railway stations are the gates of London, but from the point of view of a young girl arriving from the country with no friends to meet her they can be very unpleasant and very dangerous places. The Travellers' Aid
Society exists to look after such friendless and inexperienced travellers-meet them at tho station, investigate the bona fides of the jobs they are going to, find lodging for those who are stranded at night, and so on. It was started in London in 1885, and its beneficent work has since extended all round the world.
Contributions should be addressed to Lady
Frances Balfour , [address removed]
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