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: CHURCH PARADE SERVICE

'of the Glasgow Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Territorial Army, and Auxiliary Air Force
Relayed from
St. Andrew's Hall, Glasgow
Praise-Psalm 121 (Tune, ' French ') Call to Prayer) Rev. G. KERR McKAY , Prayer J C.F., T.A.
Old Testament Lesson-Jeremiah i,
7-19
Read by The Right Honourable The
Lord Provost, A. B. SWAN , Esq., Lord Lieutenant of the County of the City of Glasgow
Praise, Fight the good fight (Rev.C.H.,
517) (Tune, ' Duke Street ')
New Testament Lesson, Ephesians vi,
10-20
Read by Major-General A. J. McCuL-
LOCH, D.S.O., D.C.M., Commander 52nd (The Lowland) Division
Prayer ) The Rev. G. KERR The Lord's Prayer MCKAY, C. F., T.A.
Address by the Rev. DUNCAN BLAIR,
M.C., B.D., C.F.
Praise, 0 God, our Help in ages past
(Rev.C.H., 601) (Tune, ' St. Anne ')
God Save the King
Benediction

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. G. Kerr McKay
Unknown: A. B. Swan

: THE SCOTTISH STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Directed by GUY DAINES ELLA GARDNER (soprano) (From Edinburgh)(From Glasgow)

Contributors

Directed By: Guy Daines
Soprano: Ella Gardner

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

(20.00) Relayed from
The Church of the Holy Rude (East)
Stirling
Order of Service :
Psalm No. 145 , w. 1-6 (Tune, Duke Street)
Prayer
Prose Psalm No. 8
Lesson: John xx, 11-18
Hymn, Praise to the Holiest in the Height (Rev.C.H., 32)
Prayer
Hymn, Approach, my Soul, the Mercy-
Seat (Tune, Stracathro) (Rev.C.H., 451)
Address by the Rev. W. STEVENSON
STUART, B.D.
Anthem, God is a Spirit (Sterndale
Bennett)
Hymn, Saviour, again to Thy dear
Name we raise (Rev.C.H., 301)
Benediction
Organist, DR. O'FELLY
THE CHURCH of the Holy Rude of Stirling is one of the finest pre-Reformation churches in Scotland. It is not known when the earliest church occupied this site, but about 1130 David I granted to the Abbey of Dunfermline two churches in his burgh of Stirling, one of which undoubtedly stood on the present site. The town suffered greatly from a disastrous fire in 1406, and the burgh church was destroyed. About 1414 a new building was erected, of which the present nave formed part. Many notable events took place within the church. James VI was crowned there in the year 1567, John Knox preaching the sermon.

: ' The News '

(20.50) Weather Forecast, General News Bulletin, followed by Scottish Announcements (From Edinburgh)

: A Part of Handel's 'Messiah'

performed by THE ABERDEEN FESTIVAL
CHOIR
STRING ORCHESTRA
MARIE THOMPSON (soprano)
CATHERINE MENTIPLAY
(contralto)
JOHN TAINSH (tenor)
NEIL FORSYTH (bass)
Conducted by J. FREDERIC STATON
Relayed from
The Music Hall,'Aberdeen
(Aberdeen Programme)
10-15 Interlude, of Gramophone
Records
(From Edinburgh)

Contributors

Soprano: Marie Thompson
Contralto: Catherine Mentiplay
Conducted By: J. Frederic Staton

: Epilogue

' (From Edinburgh)








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