from Grangetown Hall Forward Movement Church (Presbyterian) Cardiff
Order of Service
Hymn, We love the place, 0 God
(Rv. C. H. 236 ; A. and M. 242)
Scripture Reading, Matthew xvii, 1-8 ;
Hymn, The King of Love my Shepherd is (Rv. C. H. 438 ; A. and M. 197)
Lord's Prayer (Chanted)
Hymn, I feel the winds of God to-day
(Rv. C. H., 528)
Address by the Rev. GWILYM H. HAVARD
Hymn, 0 Jesus, I have promised
(Rv. C. H. 508; A. and M. 271)
Organist, DOROTHY SAUNDERS
Choirmaster, T. J. BRYANT
Rev. Gwilym H.
An appeal on behalf of THE ' URDD Y DEYRNAS ' CAMPS by GWENAN JONES , Ph.D.
This Movement is one of the social activities of the ' Urdd y Deyrnas' which arose from the desire of members of the Urdd to share with unemployed girls from the Distressed Areas not only their personal possessions, but also their wider outlook and their experience of fellowship. It was intended to meet the needs of girls between the ages of fourteen and eighteen who have left school and who have no definite employment and who consequently have little to compensate for the drabness of life in the industrial areas. Each year about fifty girls are given a free holiday in ideal surroundings. The camps are characterised by a complete absence of formality. Much time is spent out of doors and certain times are devoted to work. The day always ends with camp fire and a sing-song.
The first camp was held in Porthcawl in 1929, and camps have been held at different places every year since then. Each year the testimony of the campers and officers serves to strengthen the conviction that this work is supremely worth while and offers a unique opportunity for social service among young girls.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
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