From Haven Green Free Church, Ealing
Order of Service :
Hymn, Glory to God on high (Baptist
Church Hymnal, No. 19)
Invocation and Lord's Prayer
Anthem, God is a Spirit (Sterndale BenneU) Reading Prayer
Hymn, How sweet the Name of Jesus sounds (Baptist Church Hymnal, No. 164 ; Ancient and Modern, No. 176)
Address by the Reverend F. J. H. HUMPHREY , D.S.O.
Hymn, The day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended (Baptist Church Hymnal, No. 608; Ancient and Modern, No. 477)
Benediction and Vesper Voluntary
Appeal on behalf of a new Boys' Club and Children's Centre in the- Parish of St. John's, Smith Square, by the Reverend Canon C. S. WOODWARD (Bishop-Designate of Bristol)
Contributions will be gratefully received and acknowledged by Canon Woodward,
As a result of the disastrous flood of 1928, a large part of the parish of St. John's, Smith Square, has been, or will shortly be re-built. This entails, amongst other things, the demolition of the building in which for over twenty years a great deal of invaluable work for children, boys and young men has been carried on. A site has been secured for a new building, but £7,500 is needed for its erection. Those who will benefit by it are now, or have been in the past, members of the Children's Service which is periodically broadcast from St. John's. It is on these grounds that listeners are being asked to help.
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