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: THE ORCHESTRA OF THE NEW THEATRE, CARDIFF

Leader, LINDSAY PREST
Conductor, EDWARD WILLMAN (Soloist, MICHAEL BARRY> )

Contributors

Leader: Lindsay Prest
Conductor: Edward Willman
Soloist: Michael Barry>

: A METHODIST SERVICE

from the Centenary Methodist Church,
Bodmin, Cornwall
Order of Service
Hymn, 0 Heavenly King, look down from above (M.H.B. 12; A. and M. 298)
Prayer
Hymn, My heart and voice I raise
(M.H.B. 102 ; E.H. 408)
Scripture reading
Hymn, God, the offended, God most
High (M.H.B. 278)
Address by the Rev. FRANK H. PRITCHARD
Hymn, God of pity, God of grace
(M.H.B. 667 ; A. and M. 477)
Blessing
Organist, ADELAIDE M. HEARN
The Centenary Methodist Church, Bodmin, was built in the years 1839-40 and took its name ' Centenary ' from the fact that it was begun in the centenary year of the foundation of the Methodist Society. Before the church was built, the Methodists in Bodmin had worshipped in a building in another part of the town and later in a church which had stood opposite to the present one. , In 1885 the Centenary Church was enlarged and reconditioned, the organ loft was added and the organ installed, the adjoining block of Sunday School premises having then been completed.
In 1939 the Church will celebrate the centenary of the building of the church and the bicentenary of the foundation of Methodism.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Frank H. Pritchard
Organist: Adelaide M. Hearn

: The Week's Good Cause

An Appeal on behalf of THE BRISTOL CHILDREN'S HELP SOCIETY by the Right Rev. the LORD BISHOP OF BRISTOL
The Bristol Children's Help Society was founded 53 years ago by the Rev. Urijah Thomas. In those days it had a number of activities, including the provision of free meals, but in recent years it has confined its work to arranging holidays annually at a standing camp at Barton, Winscombe, in the Mendip Hills just below Cook's Peak, for about 1,700 girls and boys from the poorer parts of Bristol.
The camp has already started its activities for this year and it is hoped to take 85 girls or boys each week. This form of holiday is greatly sought after by the children, for the camp has a swimming bath, playing fields, and hammocks for sleeping. The Society is not endowed and spends on the children every penny that is contributed.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Urijah Thomas.

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