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A time when all join in the singing of favourite hymns and sacred songs
The Sunday School and Congregation of the Methodist Church,
Conducted by F. A. Wilshire , will lead the singing of Hymn, Let all the world in every corner sing (New M.H.B. 5 ; A. and M. 548)
Hymn, What shall I do my God to love (New M.H.B. 77)
Hymn, Tell me the stories of Jesus
(New M.H.B. 858)
Hymn, Jesus shall reign where'er the sun (New M.H.B. 272 ; S.P. 545)
Hymn, 0 love that wilt not let me go (New M.H.B. 448 ; Cong.H. 469)
Hymn, Sweet is the work, my God, my King (New M.H.B. 665 ; Cong.H. 247) (Tune, Deep Harmony)
Comments on the hymns and tunes will be given by F. A. Wilshire
(Recorder of Bridgwater)
Organist, Mabel M. Williams
Choirmaster, Edward C. Eveleigh from the Methodist Church,
Bridport, Dorset
The Methodist Church at Bridport, built in 1839, possesses an oak pulpit bearing the date 1689. From this pulpit, which originally stood in Charmouth Parish Church, near Bridport, John Wesley 's greatgrandfather preached.


Conducted By: F. A. Wilshire
Organist: Mabel M. Williams
Choirmaster: Edward C. Eveleigh
Unknown: John Wesley

: The Week's Good Cause

An appeal on behalf of The Double Six Club, Falmouth, 'Iron Lung' Fund by the Rev. T.A. Webber

The Iron Lung Fund has been started by the Double Six Club, a group of twelve young men who organise dances and entertainments in aid of deserving causes. When the 'Iron Lung' is obtained it will be placed at the Royal Cornwall Infirmary, Truro, in readiness for any emergency call.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]


Speaker: Rev. T.A. Webber


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