this is the fifth of a series of Services of a new type Riven for the benefit of those listeners who are prevented by illness or infirmity from attending their own Church in person, or from hearing the later Services broadcast.
Relayed from St. John the Baptist
Church, Bathwick, Bath
Order of Service :
Opening Sentence, Confession,
Lord's Prayer and Versicles Psaim 32 (Tone 6)
Lesson, Ecclesiasticus v, I-II
Hymn, The fast, as taught by Holy
Love (E.H., 65)
Magnificat (Noble in B minor) Creed
Suffrages, Collects and Grace
Anthem, 0 Lord, support us (Besly)
Address by the Rev. C. E. HARRIS
Lent Prose (E.H., 736)
THE REV. C. E. HARRIS , has been Vicar of St. John's since December, 1919. Previously he held curacies in Barnstaple, Croydon, London, and Buxton.
Rev. C. E.
Rev. C. E.
An appeal on behalf of THE WESTMINSTER HOSPITAL by the Lord Chan cellor, the Right Honourable Viscount SANKEY, G.B.E., D.C.L., LL.D.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and, by kind permission of His Royal Highness, should be addressed to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, K.G., President, [address removed]
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