Relayed from The Methodist Central
Hall, Maryhill Road, Glasgow
Order of Service
Hymn, 0 Heavenly King, look down from above (The New People's Hymnary, 4)
Prayer and The Lord's Prayer
Hymn, The Lord's my Shepherd (The
New People's Hymnary, 27)
Anthem, Send out Thy Light (Gounod)
Address by the Rev. CECIL D. EADES
Hymn, Father, Who' art alone our
Helper and our Stay (The New People's Hymnary, 326)
Organist, D. G. DixoN
THE HALL was erected about ten years ago at a cost of £45,000, and is the centre of typical progressive Methodism. The Sunday School has won the gold shield for several years and this year the silver shield for the highest proficiency among the Methodist Sunday Schools in the West of Scotland.
Rev. Cecil D.
An appeal on behalf of THE NECESSITOUS CHILDREN'S HOLIDAY CAMP FUND, by Sir CHARLES CLELAND ,
K.B.E., M.V.O., D.L., LL.D.
THERE ARE at least 37,000 children in Glasgow whose capacity for benefiting by the education provided in the schools is seriously impaired by poor physique or lowered vitality. The object of the Necessitous Children's Fund is to alleviate the lot of these unfortunate children and to make them fitter to benefit by their school education by sending them to Holiday Camps. The interest and support of the teachers and the more fortunately placed pupils has been secured and maintained in order to provide a large collecting agency for the Fund and a sufficiently large number of voluntary workers. In 1933, 5,400 children were sent on holiday, the average cost per child being 25s. a fortnight.
Contributions will be gratefully received by [address removed]
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