conducted by the Priest-in-charge of the CHURCH OF ST.
PHILIP NERI , ARUNDEL,
The Reverend S. MONNlNGTON ,
Relayed from ST. PHILIP'S SCHOOL, ARUNDEL
Order of Service
Hymn. My Cod, how wonderful Thou art
(w:th descant) (9, Arundel Hymnbook; 212, Westminster Hymnal)
Short Scripture Reading and Prayers Selection by the Choir
(a) 'Gaudent in Coelis' (Victtoria) (b) 'Ave Maria' (Goller)
Sermon by the Reverend S. MONNINGTON
Solo, 'Panis Angelicus' (César Franck)
(Soloist, Master GEORGE LAWRENCE )
Hymn, Praise we our God with Joy (with descant) (7, Arundel Hymnbook; 213, Westminster Hymnal)
The music will be rendered by the CHOIR of ST. PHILIP NERI, ARUNDEL
Under the direction of Mr. ALBERT GROVES
Appeal on behalf of THE WESTMINSTER, BEL-GRAVIA, and Pimlico ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN'S WELFARE, by thel Reverend
Canon C. S. WOODWARD , M.C.
Contributions will be gratefully received by [address removed]
Canon C. S.
Canon C. S.
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