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: Cyngerdd

(A Band Concert)
MARGARET REES (soprano)
SEINDORF GWAUNCAEGURWEN
Dan arweiniad DAN LLOYD
(Gwauncaegurwen Junior Prize Band, conducted by Dan Lloyd )

Contributors

Soprano: Margaret Rees
Soprano: Seindorf Gwauncaegurwen
Unknown: Dan Lloyd
Conducted By: Dan Lloyd

: Carolare

A time when all join in the singing of favourite hymns and sacred songs
THE UNITED CHURCH CHOIRS OF
CORSHAM
Conducted by L. SPACKMAN will lead the singing of 0 worship the King all glorious above
(Tune, Hanover) (A. and M. 167)
Jesus shall reign where'er the sun (Tune
Galilee) (A. and M. 220)
0 for a closer walk with God (Tune,
Naumburg) (A. and M. 630)
Praise to the Holiest in the height
(Tune, Richmond) (A. and M. 172)
Through all the changing scenes of life
(Tune, Wiltshire) (A. and M. 290)
Organist, E. CHARD
Comments on the hymns will be given by H. BURGESS
Relayed from Pickwick Road Wesleyan Church, Corsham, Wiltshire

Contributors

Conducted By: L. Spackman
Unknown: H. Burgess

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

Relayed from St. Michael's Parish
Church, Aberystwyth
Order of Service
Hymn, Before Jehovah's awful Throne
(A. and M. 516)
Confession Absolution
Lord's Prayer Psalm cxxi Lesson
Magnificat
Creeds and Collects
Hymn, Father of mercies, in Thy Word
(A. and M. 531)
Address by The Venerable D. WIL liams, Archdeacon of Cardigan
Hymn, Guide me, 0 Thou great
Redeemer (Tune, Caersalem) (A. and M. 196)
Organist and Choirmaster,
G. STEPHEN Evans
St. Michael's Church, Aberystwyth, stands overlooking Cardigan Bay close to the ancient castle and the University College of Wales. The present fabric is only fifty years old, but it was preceded on the same site by a parish church consecrated in the eighteenth century and re-built early in the nineteenth. Tradition has it that still earlier there existed a church that was submerged by the sea.

Contributors

Unknown: D. Wil
Choirmaster: G. Stephen Evans

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE

An Appeal on behalf of THE SWANSEA GENERAL AND EYE HOSPITAL, by A. CLARKE BEGG , M.D., O.B.E., Chairman of the Board of Management
In 1808 Richard Phillips , a Quaker, decided that a dispensary was needed in the town of Swansea for the benefit of the suffering poor, and the committee that was formed found that the poor who most needed aid were those who were too ill to attend the dispensary. And so a hospital became necessary. As the population of the town increased, further accommodation was required and an excellent site was found at St. Helen's, where the present hospital stands. The plans for the hospital were submitted to Florence Nightingale , who thought they would give Swansea ' perhaps the finest and most perfect small hospital in the kingdom '. The present hospital, with its special departments and up-to-date appliances stands on the same site, but it has always been inadequate to the needs of the district.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].

Contributors

Unknown: A. Clarke Begg
Unknown: Richard Phillips
Unknown: Florence Nightingale

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