A time when all join in the singing of favourite hymns and sacred songs
THE CHOIR AND CONGREGATION OF BROOKLAND METHODIST CHURCH,
Conducted by F. A. WILSHIRE , will lead the singing of-We plough the fields and scatter
(M.H.B. 963, S.P. 14) I
Oft in danger, oft in woe (M.H.B 4S8.
The God of Abraham praise (M.H B
21, S.P. 398)
When I survey the wondrous Cross
(M.H.B. 182, S.P. 133)
. What a friend we have in Jesus (M.H B
Organist, L. H. FLANN
Choirmaster, PERCY W. CANN
Comments on the hymns and tunes will be given by F. A. WILSHIRE
Brookland Methodist Church, Bristol,
; Relayed from St. John's Church, Bath
Order of Service
Hymn, To Christ, the Prince of Peace
(Catholic Hymnal, 173)
Jubilate Deo (Plain Chant)
Address by the Rev. Father C. C
MARTINDALE, S.J. Hymn, Soul of "my Saviour (Catholic
0 Salutaris (Plain Chant) Dirigatur Oratio Mea Tantum Ergo Benediction
Hymn, Full in the panting heart cf
Organist and Choirmaster, T. REAKEs
An Appeal on behalf of THE CLYDACH HOSPITAL by HERBERT GIBBON
Clydach Hospital was opened in 1925 by Lord Dawson of Penn as the town's War Memorial. The accommodation was originally for ten beds and two cots, but further accommodation has had to be provided from time to time, the latest being a Children's Ward, which was opened in 1934. Some other additions have also had to be made, namely, an Electro Therapeutic Department, a Pathological Laboratory, and an Ophthalmic Department.
Accommodation is still inadequate to meet the demand for treatment, and this appeal is being made in order to meet the cost of necessary additions and improvements.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].
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