Kingswood Parish Church, Bristol
Order of Service
Hymn, How sweet the Name (A. and M.
176 ; S.P. 527)
Confession and Absolution Lord's Prayer and Versicles Psalm c
Lesson, Matthew vi, 24-33 Prayers
Hymn, Jesus shall reign (A. and M.
220; S.P. 545)
Address by the Rev. A. E. COUSINS
Hymn, Love divine (A. and M. 520; S.P. 573) Blessing
Organist and Choirmaster,
Conductor, J. C. DYSON
GEORGE HOCKING (baritone)
Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conductor, E. GODFREY BROWN
FRED HUGHES (tenor)
Regional Variations (2)
Gigli (tenor) and the Metropolitan
Opera House Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Giulio Setti : Viva il vino spumeggiante (Brindisi) (Cavalleria rusticana) (Mascagni)
Rosa Ponselle (soprano) and the Metropolitan Opera House Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Giulio Setti : Casta diva (Norma) (Bellini)
Vincenzo Bettoni (bass) and the Milan Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Lorenzo Molajoli : La calunnia (Slander Song) (The Barber of Seville) (Rossini)
Mireille Berthon (soprano) with Orchestra, conducted by Henri Busser : Air des bijoux (Jewel Song) (Faust) (Gounod)
Maria Olczewska (contralto) and the Berlin State Opera Orchestra, conducted by Fritz Zweig : Mon coeur s'ouvre & ta voix (Samson and Delilah) (Saint-Saens)
Elisabeth Schumann (soprano );
Melchior (tenor) ; Schorr (baritone); Gladys Parr (contralto) ; Williams (tenor) and the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by John Barbirolli : Selig, wie die Sonne meines Gliickes lacht (The Mastersingers-Quintet) ( Wagner)
Caruso (tenor) with Symphony Orchestra : Recit., Se quel guerrier io fossi ! ; Celeste Aida (Aida) (Verdi)
Margaret Sheridan (soprano) ; Per-tile (tenor) and La Scala Orchestra, Milan, conducted by Carlo Sabajno : Finale, Act i. Love Duet, Io t'ho ghermita (Madam Butterfly) (Puccini)
Joan and Betty's Bible Story by E. R. APPLETON , Welsh and West of England Regional Director
The Rev. Canon STUART D. MORRIS
In his broadcast talk on September 1 the Archbishop of York followed the teaching of Article XXXVII, which reads : ' It is lawful for Christian men, at the commandment of the Magistrate, to wear weapons, and serve in the wars.' This afternoon Canon Morris, who is an ' out and out' pacifist, will give his views. The Rev. J. S. Whale will sum up the arguments and conclusions of these speakers on January 26.
' Six hundred years ago St. Francis,, praying alone when he thought himself unobserved, found nothing to say but this : " Mv God and All ! What art Thou ? And what am I ? " And in spite of the modern knowledge we are so proud of, the human soul is saying that still.'
The above is quoted from a broadcast given by Evelyn Underhill on December 13, 1931. The author of ' The Mystic Way ' has always insisted that-with all its manifold activities-the primary object of the Church is to make its people holv. She is recognised as one of the greatest authorities on the great mystics.
Sydney Griller (violin); Jack O'Brien (violin); Philip Burton (viola);
Colin Hampton (violoncello)
PARRY JONES AND QUARTET
Five Settings of Spenser's Amoretti for voice and string quartet... Rubbra II. Unquiet thought, whom at the first I bred
IV. New yeare forth looking out of Ianus gate
VI. Be nought dismay'd that her unmoved mind
XLIII. Shall I then silent be or shall I speake ?
LXVIII. Most glorious Lord of lyfe, that on this day
* The Captain of St. Paul's ship'
T. R. GLOVER , D.D., LLD.
St. Luke in his narrative of St. Paul's shipwreck says nothing of the Captain of the Alexandrian freighter in which St. Paul and his guards were travelling to Rome, but this adventure was apparently not the only one in the Captain's life. He had some strange experiences in shipping beasts for the arena from Africa and even from India, to Rome, and he met in the course of his life other historical persons. No one is better qualified to tell his story than Dr. T. R. Glover , whose knowledge of the period is as profound as is his delight in story telling.
From the Studio
Conducted by the Very Rev. W. R. MATTHEWS , D.D., Dean of St. Paul's
Order of Service
Psalm xxxvii, 1-11
Reading, Wisdom iii, 1-9
Hymn, Thou whose Almighty Word
(S.P. 303 ; A. and M. 360)
The Very Rev. W. R. MATTHEWS ,
D.D., DEAN OF ST. PAUL'S
An Appeal on behalf of THE ROYAL MERCHANT NAVY SCHOOL
By Countess JELLICOE
During the war some hundreds of merchant ships, which rendered such inestimable services to the country, were commanded and officered by men who had been at the Royal Merchant Navy School, formerly known as the Merchant Seamen's Orphanage and founded in 1827. It maintains, educates, and places in employment the orphan children of our sailors.
This appeal was to have been made by the late Earl Jellicoe , who knew so well the great difficulties under which the Institution was carrying on owing to the depression in shipping. Countess Jellicoe has undertaken to make the appeal in his stead.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to[address removed]
including Weather Forecast
Leader, HAROLD F. PETTS
Conductor, ERNEST W. GOSS
JANET HAMILTON SMITH
DANIEL MELSA (violin)
The Pavilion, Torquay
Regional Variations (2)
Shipping Forecast at 11.0