Croydon Parish Church
Hymn, Be Thou my Guardian (A. and M. 282; S.P. 100)
Confession and Absolution Psalm li
Lesson, Matthew iv, 1-11 Benedicite Collects
Hymn, 0 for a closer walk with God
(A. and M. 630 ; S.P. 112;
Address by the Right Rev. the Bishop of Croydon
Hymn, Oft in danger (A. and M. nor ; S.P. 619)
Organist and Choirmaster,
H. Leslie Smith
Relayed from Tabernacle Congregational Church. Morriston
F.myn 116, Dragvvyddol. Hollalluog lor
Darllen Emyn 613, Bugail Da, mae'r defaid eruill (Ton, Cynllwyd)
Salra-don 2 (Woodward) Anerchiad i'r Plant
Emyn Plant 1135, Chwifiwn ein baneri
Pregeth gan y Parch. J. J. WILLIAMS
Emyn 412, Y Delyn Aur (gyda Descant)
(Tun, Y Dclyn Aur )
Y Fendith Apostolaidd
Organydd ac Arweinydd
Edgar H. Hughson
Yr Emynau a'r Tonau o'r Caniedydd
Conductor, Haruy Mortimuk
Essia Ackland (contralto) (Soloist, J. HARMER )
B. WALTON O'DONNELL
The King's broadcast vvil! bs followed by a short concert of traditional songs
by the Rev. CHARLES BROWN , D.D.
In the first talk in this series on February 16, Bishop Paget gave his reminiscences. Today Dr. Charles Brown , one of the most eminent of Baptist preachers, is to say something ot his own life and memories.
They cover his pastorates at King's
Stanley, at a stipend of under £100 a year; at Nai'.sworth where he won lame as a preacher, and at Ferme
Hornsey, where he built one of lie finest churches in the Denomina- tion. In 1908 he was made President of the Baptist Union. He retired in 1925 and is over eighty years of age.
by the Rev. Father M. C. D'ARCY , S.J. 3-' Duties to Self, Family, and State '
Rev. Father M. C.
GEORGE PARKER (baritone)
THE VIRTUOSO STRING
Marjoric Hayward (violin) ; Edwin Virgo (violin) ; Raymond Jeremy
(viola) ; Cedric Sharpe (violoncello)
JOHN PAUER (pianoforte;
The Servant Girl Who Burnt the Manuscripts of the First Volume of Carlyle's History of the French
Revolution by MICHAEL OAKESHOTT read by V. C. CLINTON-BADDELEY
A hundred years ago Thomas Carlyle finished writing the first volume of his ' History ot the French Heyolution' after a year's toil. He lent the MS. to John Stuart Mill , who in March, 1835, lent it to a ?,Irs. Taylor. While in her posses- sion it was accidentally burnt by a servant girl. There was nothing left of it and Carlyle had to write it by hand all over again. He had completed it by the end of the year.
FRIEDA HEMPEL (soprano)
ANTHONY PINI (violoncello)
Relayed from S. Mary Moorfields ,
Eldon Street , E.C.2
Conducted by the Rev. Father Bernard Hyde
Order of Service
Hymn, 0 Jesus, Jesus, dearest Lord
Address by the Rev. Father Valentine
Ave Maria (Arcadelt) 0 Salutaris
Ave Verum (Mozart) Tantum Ergo Benediction
Organist, Edmund Gcffrcn
An appeal on behalf of THE CRUSADE OF Rescue by the Most Rev. the Archbishop of Westminster
The Crusade of Rescue is a charity whose object it is to give a home to orphan and destitute Roman Catholic children. It is part of the national work of child rescue, co-operating withall the child rescue societies of the country for the saving and the helping of the nation's homeless little ones. Founded in 1859, it has saved thousands of children from misery and want, and has given them a home and a start in life, either in England or in Canada.
It depends entirely on voluntary contributions for its maintenance, and needs at least £25,000 a year to feed, clothe, and educate its large family.
Contributions will be grateful acknowledged and should be addressed to the Most Rev. the Archbishop of Westminster [address removed]
including Weather Forecast
LEONARD GOWINGS (tenor)
Relayed from the Park Lane At the pianoforte, J. A . BYFIELD