(Church of Ireland) from the Cathedral Church of St. Columb, Londonderry
6.30 Order of Service
Processional hymn, How sweet the name of Jesus sounds (I.C.H. 550)
Canticles (Stanford, in B flat)
Anthem, Hail gladdening light
Hymn, There is a name I love to hear (I.C.H. 551)
Address by the Rt. Rev. JOSEPH
IRVINE PEACOCKE, D.D., Lord Bishop of Derry and Raphoe Hymn , To the name of our salvation
Recessional hymn, Ten thousand times ten thousand (I.C.H. 402)
Organist, J. T. Frankland
An appeal on behalf of THE BELFAST HOSPITALS'
AFTER-CARE COMMITTEE by HERBERT QUIN
It is now more than three years since this committee was formed to fill the need for after-care of patients of the Belfast voluntary hospitals. The number of cases dealt with during 1937 was more than doubled in the year 1938, and the increase has necessitated the employment of an almoner and the taking of larger premises. The Committee urgently needs funds for this added expenditure and for the provision of such necessities as nourishing food and tonics.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
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