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Richmond Hill , Bournemouth
Relayed to London
THE Punshon Memorial Church was the first
Wesleyan Church: to be built in Bournemouth the services having previously been held in the Bellevue Assembly Rooms. The Church was opened in June, 1886, as a memorial to the late Dr. Morley Punshon , D.D., an eminent Wesleyan Divine, who was Superintendent Minister of the Bournemouth Wesleyan Circuit.


Unknown: Richmond Hill
Unknown: Dr. Morley Punshon

: Hymn, 'Come, let us join our cheerful songs ' (Methodist Hymn Book, No. 97)

The Lord's Prayer Scripture Reading Psalm
Address by the Rev. Dr. J. D. JONES , Minister of the Richmond Hill Congregational Church
A N exceptionally eloquent preacher,
Dr. Jones returned last year from an Empire tour, in the course of which he preached and lectured in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and India. He has been Minister of the Richmond Hill Congregational Church in Bournemouth since 189S ; in 1909 and again in 1925 he was Chairman of the Congregational Union of England and Wales. and he was Moderator of the Federal Couneil of Free Churches from 1921 to
Hymn, ' Crown Him with many
Crowns '
(Methodist Hymn Book, No. 208)


Unknown: Rev. Dr. J. D. Jones

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