in connection with the annual meetings of the Conference of the Methodist
Church in Ireland from the Grosvenor Hall, Belfast
Conducted by the Rev. T. J. IRWIN , D.Litt., Vice-President of the Conference
Order of Service
Hymn, Father, 0 hear us, seeking now to praise Thee (Meth. School Hymnal 163)
Prayer and The Lord's Prayer
Hymn, Stand up ! Stand up for Jesus
(Meth. School Hymnal 374, Meth. Hymn Book 821)
Scripture Reading, St. Matthew v, 1-16 Anthem, Peace, be still (Facer)
Address by the Rev. R. LEE COLE
Hymn, Will your anchor hold ? (Meth.
Hymn Book 634, Boys' Brigade Hymnal 118)
Organist, F. D. BURROWS
Conductor, R. H. HORROBIN
Rev. T. J.
Rev. R. Lee
An appeal on behalf of ALEXANDRA DAY to benefit the Belfast Hospital for Sick Children, and the Ulster Hospital for
Children and Women by Captain J. MAYNARD SINCLAIR
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
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