from a camp in Northern Ireland, conducted by Chaplain Roy H. Parker , U.S. Army
Call to worship Invocation
Doxology : Praise God from whom all blessings flow
Holy, holy, holy, Lord God almighty' Responsive reading : Seek ye the Lord What a friend we have in Jesus
Scripture lesson: Exodus 3, 1-14, read by Major-General Russell P. Hartle , General Commanding U.S. Forces in Northern Ireland
Morning prayer, the Lord's Prayer Violin solo by Sergeant Leo Karelitz
Sermon by Chaplain Roy H. Parker :
' The Man who Turned Aside '
My country, 'tis of thee Blessing
Organist, Corporal Manson E. Welsh
General Russell P.
Gramophone programme of music written for films
Louis Kentner (piano) and the London
Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Muir Mathieson Warsaw Concerto (Dangerous Moonlight: Richard Addinsell )
Chaliapine (bass): The Duke's Song;
Song at Departure ; Dream of Dulcinea (Don Quixote: Ibert)
London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Arthur Bliss : March; Ballet of the Children ; Epilogue (Things to Come : Bliss)
o Peniel, Capel y Methodistiaid, Fflint. (Religious Service in Welsh, from Peniel Methodist Chapel, Flint)
Hwn ydyw'r dydd o ran ein Duw (292)
Gweddi Dyrchafer enw lesu Gu (7) Darllen, Salm 11
Pregeth gan y Parch. D. Gwynfryn Jones Rwy'n gweld o bell y dydd yn dod (422) Y Fendith Apostolaidd
Organydd, Aneurin Thomas
Arweinydd y Gan : Alun Nicholson
(Yr Emynau o Lyfr Emynau 'r Methodis tiaid)
George Parker (baritone) and John Wills (piano)
Three Intermezzi for piano :
A minor. Op. 118, No. I ' B flat minor, Op. 117, No. 2 E major, Op. 116, No. 6
Four Serious Songs, Op. 121 :
One thing befalleth the beasts So I returned
0 death, 0 death, how bitter
Though I speak with the tongues
from Wesley's Chapel, City Road
Invocation and the Lord's Prayer
Behold, the mountain of the Lord (M.H.B.
904 ; C.H. 365)
Lesson : Isaiah 26, vv. 1-9 ; Hebrews
12, vv. 25-29
Thy kingdom come (M.H.B. 742 ; C.H.
Address by the Rev. W. J. Noble , President of the Conference of the Methodist Church
0 thou who earnest from above (M.H.B.
386 ; A. and M. 698 ; C.H. 471)
Organist, Allan Brown
Play by Edmond Rostand. Shortened version from the English translation by Humbert Wolfe. Produced by-Barbara Burnham
Chorus Leon Quartermaine (by permission of H. M. Tennent, Ltd.)
. (by permission of Emile Littler )
(by permission of H. M. Tenant , Ltd.)
(by .permission of Herbert Farjcon )
Other characters include Ligniere, a porter, a Spanish officer, a sentry, etc.
The action of the play takes place in France during the years 1640 to 1653
Cyrano de Bergerac:
Christian de Neuvillette:
Comte de Guiche:
Captain Carbon de Castel-Jaloux:
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