Relayed from The High Kirk of Rothesay
Order of Service
Psalm Ixxxiv, 1-5 (Tune, Hamilton) Frayer and The Lord's Prayer Psalm xxxiii, 1-5 (Tune, Irish) Scripture Lesson
Paraphrase lxv, 5 (Tune, Desert) .
Address by the Rev. W. T. SMELLIE ,
Paraphrase xxx (Tune, St. Fulbert)
Organist, JOHN CUMMING
The High Kirk of Rothesay is built upon the site of one of the first Christian churches in Scotland, dedicated to Saint Bruoc. It was at one time the Cathedral Church of Sodor and the ancient Chronicle of Man tells of two fourteenth-century bishops who were buried there. There is a famous inscription on a fragment of stone above the lintel of the Bishop's Palace : ' Pax intrantibus salus exeuntibus '. The present church was built in 1796, but it has been much altered and beautified in recent years.
Rev. W. T.
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