Berry Head '
A. C. Ellis
Berry Head is well enough known for its views of Torbay, but with its old fortress it also has historic associations. A. C. Ellis , who has written a history of Torquay and is now engaged on a history of Brixham, will speak tonight of its double claim as a West Country show place.
(Church of England) from St. Philip and St. James'
8.0 Order of Service Sentences
Hymn, The sun is sinking fast (H.C.
26; A. and M. 17)
Confession and Absolution Lord's Prayer and Versicles Psalm ciii
The Nunc Dimittis The Creed Prayers
Hymn, I heard the voice of Jesus say (H.C. 285 ; A. and M. 257 ; Songs of Praise 529)
Address by the Rev. I. SIVITER
Hymn, Hark, hark my soul, angelic songs are swelling (H.C. 419 ; A. and M. 223)
Organist, Kenneth W. Coates
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