Relayed from THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY NAME,
With an Address by The Right
Reverend T. HENSHAW , D.D., Bishop of Salford
The Passion of Christ
Acts of Faith, Hope and Charity
Hymn, Hail, Jesus, hail, Who for my Sake
(Westminster Hymnal, 94)
Reading from Scripture
Stabat Mater (English Version), Part I (Rheinberger)
Address by THE Bishop OF SALFORD
Stabat Mater, Part II Prayers
Stabat Mater , Part III
Organ Voluntary by Mr. V. HEYWOOD
Appeal on behalf of THE SHIPWRECKED FISHERMEN and MARINERS' ROYAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY by Rear-Admiral GORDON CAMPBELL , V.C.,
Contributions will be gratefully received addressed to [address removed].
(Daventry National Programme)
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