The Parish Church of Dundee
Order of Service
Psalm 23 (tune, Wiltshire) Prayer
Hymn, Praise the Lord ! Ye Heavens, adore Him (Rv. C. H. 35; tune, Laus Deo)
Lesson, St. Matthew, xxv, 14-30 Prayer
Hymn, City of God, how broad and far
(Rv. C. H. 209 ; tune, Richmond)
Address by the Rev. ALFRED E. WARR Hymn, We give Thee but Thine own
(Rv. C. H. 346 ; tune, St. Giles)
Organist, ALEXANDER Low
There is a tradition that David, Earl of Huntingdon (The Knight of the Leopard in Sir Walter Scott 's ' Talisman '), built St. Mary's, Dundee, in gratitude for his safe return from the Third Crusade. With the Reformation the church was the first to be organised in Scotland according to the Protestant Faith, thereby earning for Dundee the title of ' the Geneva of Scotland '. Today the building has its three separate congregations-St. Mary's, from which the broadcast comes, being in the chancel ; the South Church, or St. Paul's, in the transepts and crossing; and the Steeple Church, or St. Clement's, in the nave.
Rev. Alfred E.
An Appeal on behalf of GLASGOW ROYAL INFIRMARY
By Sir JAMES MACFARLANE , LL.D.
(Chairman of the Board of Managers)
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to Glasgow Royal Infirmary Office, 135, Buchanan Street, Glasgow, C.i.
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