The Usher Hall, Edinburgh
THE REID SYMPHONY
(Leader, W. WATT Jupp)
Conductor, Professor D. F. TOVEY
MONA BENSON (mezzo-contralto)
WALTER WORSLEY (horn)
R. C. HOWELLS (organ) Part II— Sinfonia
I. Recit, Ach starker Gott (0 mighty God); 2. Aria, Ich wunsche mir bei Gott zu leben (I desire to live with God)
Professor D. F.
The Necessity of Belief
IN THIS fireside talk two anonymous speakers will discuss why it is necessary to believe in certain eternal values, such as God, Christ, and the experience of Christ's power in life.
St. Enoch's Parish Church, Dundee
Order of Service:
Hymn, Lord of all being, throned afar
(Revised Church Hymnary, No. 24)
Call to Prayer Prayers
Psalm 40, vv. 1-5 (Tune, Balerma) Reading
Intercessions and The Lord's Prayer Anthem, Bless thou The Lord, 0 my soul (Ippolitov-Ivanov)
Address by the Rev. A. NEVILE David
Hymn, Jesus, Thou Joy of loving hearts (Revised Church Hymnary, No. 420)
Organist, D. K. H. PATTERSON
Rev. A. Nevile
D. K. H.
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