Here is the first talk of a new weekly series in which men and women in various walks of life will come to the microphone to tell true and, in most cases, very remarkable stories about life as they have experienced it: about the places they have visited and the things that have happened to them. The speakers will be chosen because they can talk in an interesting manner and because they have good stories to tell.
(Church of England) from Hexham Abbey
8.0 Order of Service
Hymn, Come, ye thankful people, come (A. and M. 382 ; S.P. 9)
Confession and Absolution (from the Office of Compline)
Lord's Prayer, Versicles, and Responses
Psalm lxv (Chant—Stanford in E flat)
Lesson, John xv, 1-8
Magnificat (Wood, in C minor) Cree4 and Prayers
Hymn, Father of mercies, God of love (A. and M. 388)
Address by the Rev. J. V. C. FARQUHAR , Rector of Hexham
Hymn, Now thank we all our God
(A. and M. 379 ; S.P. 350)
Organist, T. Christy
Rev. J. V. C.
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