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: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

(Church of Scotland) from St. John's Church, Largs
The Bells
11.15 Order of Service
Metrical psalm lxv, v.v. 1-4, Praise waits for thee in Sion, Lord, 1-4 (Tune, St. Stephen)
Prayer
Hymn, The Lord is King! lift up thy voice (Rv. C.H. 25)
Lesson, Mark xiv, 26-42 Children's Address
Hymn, Just as I am, thine own to be
(Rv. C.H. 497)
Prayer
Hymn, Crown him with many crowns
(Rv. C.H. 136)
Address by the Rev. JOHN L. RIACH ,
D.D.
Paraphrase lx, Father of peace and God of love
Blessing
Organist, George H. Rolland

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. John L. Riach
Organist: George H. Rolland

: SEIRBHIS GHAIDHLIG

(Eaglais na h-Alba) it Eaglais Ghaidhealach,
Ceannloch Chille Chiarain
Ordugh na Seirbhise
Salm xxiii (air fonn ' Crimond ')
Umuigh Salm ' xliii, 3-5 (air fonn ' Stroudwater
Lcughadh bho'n t-Seann Tiomnadh
I Righ xvi, 29-34, agus I Righ xvii, 1-7
Salm lxxxix, 15-18 (air fonn ' Kilmarnock')
An Searmon: An t-Urr T. S. MAC
A PHEARSAIN
Umuigh Laoidh ii (air fonn ' Coleshill
Am Beannachadh
Aig an Inneal Ciiiil , A. R. Greig
An t-seinn le Coisir Chiuil Ghaidhlig Chinnloch, fo threorachadh
M. G. MacCaluim
(A Gaelic Service from the Highland
Church, Campbeltown)
This Gaelic service from the Highland Church at Campbeltown is one in the series of broadcasts coming from Kintyre at this time.
The Gospel was first preached in Kintyre, according to tradition, by Saint Kiaran thirty years before Saint Columhn landed on lona.
The church was built in 1807 to replace one that had been used since the Reformation. The parish minister in 1907 was the Rev. John Smith , D.D., one of the translators of the Bible into Gaelic, and the church was intended to be a tribute to him.

Contributors

Unknown: Ceannloch Chille Chiarain
Unknown: Umuigh Salm
Unknown: Umuigh Laoidh
Unknown: Inneal Ciiiil
Unknown: A. R. Greig
Unknown: Coisir Chiuil Ghaidhlig
Unknown: M. G. MacCaluim
Unknown: Saint Kiaran
Unknown: Saint Columhn
Unknown: Rev. John Smith

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE

An appeal on behalf of THE SCOTTISH WAYFARERS WELFARE
SOCIETY by DOROTHEA MAITLAND
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to Miss Dorothea Maitland ,[address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Dorothea Maitland
Unknown: Miss Dorothea Maitland

: THE SECOND NEWS

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