From The Studio
Conducted by The
Rev. CHARLES BROWN , D.D.
Order of Service
Scripture sentences, prayer, and Lord's
Hymn, Dear Lord and Father of Mankind (B.C.H. Rev., 357; S.P., 481; tune, Martin Shaw )
Scripture, Rev. i
Hymn, Not what I am, 0 Lord (B.C.H.
Hymn, Lift up your heads, ye mighty gates (B.C.H. Rev., 213)
Sermon by the Rev. CHARLES BROWN ,
D.D. Hymn , Come unto Me, ye weary
(B.C.H. Rev., 203 ; A. and M., 256)
An Appeal on behalf of THE CHARITY ORGANISATION SOCIETY by the Most Honourable the Marchioness of READING
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to The Most Honourable the Marchioness of Reading, Charity Organisation Society, [address removed]
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