St. Andrew's Church, Bellshill
Order of Service
ORCHESTRA: March (Tannhauser)
Hymn, I have a Shepherd (Songs of Triumph, No. 610)
VOCAL SOLO BY DAVID STEWART : Recitative, Deeper and deeper still, and Aria, Waft her Angels (Handel)
Hymn, Summerland (Songs of Triumph, No. 375)
ORCHESTRA: Largo in G (Handel)
VIOLIN SOLO BY T. R. WAYT : Legende
Address by Sheriff J. G. JAMESON
VOCAL SOLO BY DAVID STEWART : Friend of Mine (Sanderson)
Hymn, There is no love like the love of Jesus (Songs of Triumph, No. 85)
ORCHESTRA: March of the Israelites
Chairman, ALEXANDER A. DICK
Conductor, ALEXANDER COPELAND
Organist, WrLLiAM T. P. SINCLAIR
The Brotherhood whose service is being broadcast this afternoon was started over seven years ago and has been from the start extremely successful. The average attendance is from 700 to 800. Visitors' to the meetings have often commented on the excellent atmosphere in which they are conducted and on the hearty nature of the singing, which is led by a volunteer orchestra.
Wrlliam T. P.
Relayed from St. Cuthbert's Parish
Order of Service
Psalm xciii, The Lord doth reign, and cloth'd is He (Tune, Stroudwater)
Call to Prayer
Prayer and The Lord's Prayer Prose Psalm viii
Anthem, 0 Lovely Peace (Handel)
Address by the Very Rev. NORMAN MACLEAN , D.D.
Hymn, Courage, brother! do not stumble (Rv. C.H., 529)
Organist, J. W. COWIE
Very Rev. Norman
An Appeal on behalf of THE CANCER CONTROL ORGANISATION FOR EDINBURGH AND SOUTH EAST SCOTLAND, by J. J. M. SHAW , M.D., F.R.C.S.
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