Presented by E. A. HARDING and M. H. ALLEN
A Most Faithful Sermon preached before The King's Most Excellent Majesty and His Most Honourable Council, in his Court at Westminster, by the Reverend Father Master Hugh Latimer (In Lent) Anno Domini, 1550.
(Luke xii, 15)
Take heed and beware of covetousness.
Relayed from ST. JAMES'S CHURCH,
Order of Service
Hymn, This is the Day of Light (Church Hymnary No. 47; Ancient and Modern, No. 37) Versieles and Responses
Psalm 46 : God is our Hope and Strength (Chant,
Carroll in C)
Lesson, Romans viii, 31-39 Nunc Dimittis
Lord's Prayer, Versifies, Responses and Collect Anthem, Hallelujah, from The Mount of Olives
Hymn, Around the Throne a glorious Band
(Church Hymnary, No. 228; Ancient and Modern, No. 435)
Address by the Bishop of Middleton, the Rt. Rev. R. G. PARSONS , D.D.
Hymn, Glorious Things of Thee are spoken (Church Hymnary, No. 410; Ancient and Modern, No. 545)
Blessing and Three-fold Amen
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