The Old Parish Church, Kirkcaldy
Order of Service
Psalm xcii, 1-4 (Tune, Spohr) Prayer
Hymn, Praise, my soul, the King of Heaven (Rv. C.H. 21)
Paraphrase No. 39, W. 1-5 (Tune,
Address by the Rev. EVELYN GALL
Hymn, The radiant morn hath passed away (Rv. C.H. 279)
Organist, JAMES GRAY
An Appeal on behalf of NEW COLLEGE SETTLEMENT, EDINBURGH, by The Very Rev. ALEXANDER MARTIN , D.D., LL.D.
More than fifty years ago the students studying for the ministry in New College, Edinburgh, felt the urge to help the people in the old part of the town by extending Christian fellowship to them, and a Settlement was founded at 48 Pleasance. The buildings consist of club rooms and two halls, attached to which is a residence where seven students from the college live, with a warden and a lady superintendent. Since the Union of the Scottish -Churches all the students studying at Edinburgh for the ministry of the Church of Scotland share responsibility for the Settlement and help to raise the necessary funds. Work consists of many organisations, including Boy Scouts, Boys' Brigade, Men's Club, Young Mothers' Meeting, concerts on Saturday nights, and, on Sundays, services for the grown-ups and children.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to[address removed]
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