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 Left side of page 

    Father of All, to Thee

    With loving hearts we pray,

    Through Him in mercy given

    The Life, the Truth, the Way :

From Heaven, thy Throne, in mercy shed

Thy blessings on each bended head.


    Father of all, to Thee

    Our contrite heart we raise,

    Unstrung by sin and pain

    Long voiceless in Thy praise :

Breathe Thou the silent chords along,

Until they tremble into song.


    Father of all, to Thee

    We breathe unuttered fears,

    Deep hidden in our souls

    That have no voice but tears ;

Take Thou our hand and through the wild

Lead gently on each trustful child.


    Father of all, may we

    In praise our tongues employ,

    When gladness fills the soul

    With deep and hallowed joy :

In storm and calm give us to see

The path of peace which leads to Thee, AMEN.


INVOCATION.

                   REV. J. REAVLEY.


LESSON.

                   REV. N. M. CUTHBERT.

Psalm xxiii.


       For I know that my Redeemer liveth, and that He shall stand

at the latter day upon the earth : and though after my skin worms

destroy this body, yet in my flesh I see God : whom I shall

see for myself, and mine eyes shall behold and not another. -

Job xix. 25-27.


 Right side of page 

       I am the Resurrection and the Life : he that believeth in Me,

though he were dead, yet shall he live : and whosoever liveth and

believeth in Me shall never die.- St. John xi, 25, 26.


       Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down 

his life for his friend.- St. John xv, 13.


       I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have

kept the Faith : henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of

righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, shall give

me at that day. - II. Tim., iv, 7-8.


                ROLL OF HONOUR.

          HEADMASTER : S. R. SLACK.

ALLISON, J. N.                     MCBEATH, B. E.

ATKINSON, C. K.                 MORRIS, A.

BANNISTER, R.                    OGDEN, W. F.

BLYTHE, H.                          PRICE, G.

BREED, J. B.                         RAWORTH, P.

BROCK, H. L                        REDHEAD, J. F.

CARR, R. M.                         SHEPARD, N.

CHIPCHASE, C. J.                SMITH, S.

FELL, M. H.                          SPENCE, J. R.

FEATHERBY, W. S.              SPENCER, W.

JOPLING, J. W.                     TRAFFORD, A. E.

HOLDEN, G. F.                    VAUGHAN, J. D.

HODSON, W. C. M.            WHITELEY, A. I. C.  

LADLAY, E.                          WHITTAKER, H.         

MATHER, T. P.                    WINCH, A.        

MAYNARD, C. A.                 WOLFENDEN, R.     

NORMANDALE, T. W.        WRIGLET, P. B.      

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 Left side of page 

    Father of All, to Thee

    With loving hearts we pray,

    Through Him in mercy given

    The Life, the Truth, the Way :

From Heaven, thy Throne, in mercy shed

Thy blessings on each bended head.


    Father of all, to Thee

    Our contrite heart we raise,

    Unstrung by sin and pain

    Long voiceless in Thy praise :

Breathe Thou the silent chords along,

Until they tremble into song.


    Father of all, to Thee

    We breathe unuttered fears,

    Deep hidden in our souls

    That have no voice but tears ;

Take Thou our hand and through the wild

Lead gently on each trustful child.


    Father of all, may we

    In praise our tongues employ,

    When gladness fills the soul

    With deep and hallowed joy :

In storm and calm give us to see

The path of peace which leads to Thee, AMEN.


INVOCATION.

                   REV. J. REAVLEY.


LESSON.

                   REV. N. M. CUTHBERT.

Psalm xxiii.


       For I know that my Redeemer liveth, and that He shall stand

at the latter day upon the earth : and though after my skin worms

destroy this body, yet in my flesh I see God : whom I shall

see for myself, and mine eyes shall behold and not another. -

Job xix. 25-27.


 Right side of page 

       I am the Resurrection and the Life : he that believeth in Me,

though he were dead, yet shall he live : and whosoever liveth and

believeth in Me shall never die.- St. John xi, 25, 26.


       Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down 

his life for his friend.- St. John xv, 13.


       I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have

kept the Faith : henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of

righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, shall give

me at that day. - II. Tim., iv, 7-8.


                ROLL OF HONOUR.

          HEADMASTER : S. R. SLACK.

ALLISON, J. N.                     MCBEATH, B. E.

ATKINSON, C. K.                 MORRIS, A.

BANNISTER, R.                    OGDEN, W. F.

BLYTHE, H.                          PRICE, G.

BREED, J. B.                         RAWORTH, P.

BROCK, H. L                        REDHEAD, J. F.

CARR, R. M.                         SHEPARD, N.

CHIPCHASE, C. J.                SMITH, S.

FELL, M. H.                          SPENCE, J. R.

FEATHERBY, W. S.              SPENCER, W.

JOPLING, J. W.                     TRAFFORD, A. E.

HOLDEN, G. F.                    VAUGHAN, J. D.

HODSON, W. C. M.            WHITELEY, A. I. C.  

LADLAY, E.                          WHITTAKER, H.         

MATHER, T. P.                    WINCH, A.        

MAYNARD, C. A.                 WOLFENDEN, R.     

NORMANDALE, T. W.        WRIGLET, P. B.      


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  • March 27, 2017 00:51:25 Cheryl Ellsworth

     Left side of page 

        Father of All, to Thee

        With loving hearts we pray,

        Through Him in mercy given

        The Life, the Truth, the Way :

    From Heaven, thy Throne, in mercy shed

    Thy blessings on each bended head.


        Father of all, to Thee

        Our contrite heart we raise,

        Unstrung by sin and pain

        Long voiceless in Thy praise :

    Breathe Thou the silent chords along,

    Until they tremble into song.


        Father of all, to Thee

        We breathe unuttered fears,

        Deep hidden in our souls

        That have no voice but tears ;

    Take Thou our hand and through the wild

    Lead gently on each trustful child.


        Father of all, may we

        In praise our tongues employ,

        When gladness fills the soul

        With deep and hallowed joy :

    In storm and calm give us to see

    The path of peace which leads to Thee, AMEN.


    INVOCATION.

                       REV. J. REAVLEY.


    LESSON.

                       REV. N. M. CUTHBERT.

    Psalm xxiii.


           For I know that my Redeemer liveth, and that He shall stand

    at the latter day upon the earth : and though after my skin worms

    destroy this body, yet in my flesh I see God : whom I shall

    see for myself, and mine eyes shall behold and not another. -

    Job xix. 25-27.


     Right side of page 

           I am the Resurrection and the Life : he that believeth in Me,

    though he were dead, yet shall he live : and whosoever liveth and

    believeth in Me shall never die.- St. John xi, 25, 26.


           Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down 

    his life for his friend.- St. John xv, 13.


           I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have

    kept the Faith : henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of

    righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, shall give

    me at that day. - II. Tim., iv, 7-8.


                    ROLL OF HONOUR.

              HEADMASTER : S. R. SLACK.

    ALLISON, J. N.                     MCBEATH, B. E.

    ATKINSON, C. K.                 MORRIS, A.

    BANNISTER, R.                    OGDEN, W. F.

    BLYTHE, H.                          PRICE, G.

    BREED, J. B.                         RAWORTH, P.

    BROCK, H. L                        REDHEAD, J. F.

    CARR, R. M.                         SHEPARD, N.

    CHIPCHASE, C. J.                SMITH, S.

    FELL, M. H.                          SPENCE, J. R.

    FEATHERBY, W. S.              SPENCER, W.

    JOPLING, J. W.                     TRAFFORD, A. E.

    HOLDEN, G. F.                    VAUGHAN, J. D.

    HODSON, W. C. M.            WHITELEY, A. I. C.  

    LADLAY, E.                          WHITTAKER, H.         

    MATHER, T. P.                    WINCH, A.        

    MAYNARD, C. A.                 WOLFENDEN, R.     

    NORMANDALE, T. W.        WRIGLET, P. B.      

  • March 27, 2017 00:51:16 Cheryl Ellsworth

     Left side of page 

        Father of All, to Thee

        With loving hearts we pray,

        Through Him in mercy given

        The Life, the Truth, the Way :

    From Heaven, thy Throne, in mercy shed

    Thy blessings on each bended head.


        Father of all, to Thee

        Our contrite heart we raise,

        Unstrung by sin and pain

        Long voiceless in Thy praise :

    Breathe Thou the silent chords along,

    Until they tremble into song.


        Father of all, to Thee

        We breathe unuttered fears,

        Deep hidden in our souls

        That have no voice but tears ;

    Take Thou our hand and through the wild

    Lead gently on each trustful child.


        Father of all, may we

        In praise our tongues employ,

        When gladness fills the soul

        With deep and hallowed joy :

    In storm and calm give us to see

    The path of peace which leads to Thee, AMEN.


    INVOCATION.

                       REV. J. REAVLEY.


    LESSON.

                       REV. N. M. CUTHBERT.

    Psalm xxiii.


           For I know that my Redeemer liveth, and that He shall stand

    at the latter day upon the earth : and though after my skin worms

    destroy this body, yet in my flesh I see God : whom I shall

    see for myself, and mine eyes shall behold and not another. -

    Job xix. 25-27.


     Right side of page 

           I am the Resurrection and the Life : he that believeth in Me,

    though he were dead, yet shall he live : and whosoever liveth and

    believeth in Me shall never die.- St. John xi, 25, 26.


           Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down 

    his life for his friend.- St. John xv, 13.


           I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have

    kept the Faith : henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of

    righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, shall give

    me at that day. - II. Tim., iv, 7-8.


                    ROLL OF HONOUR.

              HEADMASTER : S. R. SLACK.

    ALLISON, J. N.                     MCBEATH, B. E.

    ATKINSON, C. K.                 MORRIS, A.

    BANNISTER, R.                    OGDEN, W. F.

    BLYTHE, H.                          PRICE, G.

    BREED, J. B.                         RAWORTH, P.

    BROCK, H. L                        REDHEAD, J. F.

    CARR, R. M.                         SHEPARD, N.

    CHIPCHASE, C. J.                SMITH, S.

    FELL, M. H.                          SPENCE, J. R.

    FEATHERBY, W. S.              SPENCER, W.

    JOPLING, J. W.                     TRAFFORD, A. E.

    HOLDEN, G. F.                    VAUGHAN, J. D.

    HODSON, W. C. M.            WHITELEY, A. I. C.  

    LADLAY, E.                          WHITTAKER, H.         

    MATHER, T. P.                    WINCH, A.        

    MAYNARD, C. A.                 WOLFENDEN, R.     

    NORMANDALE, T. W.        WRIGLET, P. B.      


  • March 9, 2017 05:03:00 Kai De hommel

    Father of All, to Thee

    With loving hearts we pray,

    Through Him in mercy given

    The Life, the Truth, the Way :

    From Heaven, thy Throne, in mercy shed

    Thy blessings on each bended head.


    Father of all, to Thee

    Our contrite heart we raise,

    Unstrung by sin and pain

    Long voiceless in Thy praise :

    Breathe Thou the silent chords along,

    Until they tremble into song.


    Father of all, to Thee

    We Breathe unuttered fear,

    Deep hidden in our souls

    That have no voice but tears ;

    Take Thou our hand and through the wild

    Lead gently on each trustful child.


    Father of all, may we

    In praise our tongues employ,

    When gladness fills the soul

    With deep and hallowed joy :

    In storm and calm give us to see

    The path of peace which leads to Thee, AMEN.


    INVOCATION.

                       REV. J. REAVLEY.


    LESSON.

                       REV. N. M. CUTHBERT.

    Psalm xxiii.


           For I know that my Redeemer liveth, and that He shall stand

    at the latter day upon the earth : and though after my skin worms

    destroy this body, yet in my flesh I see God : whom I shall

    see for myself, and mine eyes shall behold and not another. -

    Job xix. 25-27.


           I am the Resurrection and the Life : he that believeth in Me,

    though he were dead, yet shall he live : and whosoever liveth and

    believeth in Me shall never die.- St. John xi, 25, 26.


           Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down 

    his life for his friend.- St. John xv, 13.


           I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, i have

    kept the Faith : henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of

    righteousness, which the lord, the righteous Judge, shall give

    me at that day. - II. Tim., iv, 7-8.


                    ROLL OF HONOUR.

              HEADMASTER : S. R. SLACK.

    ALLISON, J. N.                     MCBEATH, B. E.

    ATKINSON, C. K.                 MORRIS, A.

    BANNISTER, R.                    OGDEN, W. F.

    BLYTHE, H.                          PRICE, G.

    BREED, J. B.                         RAWORTH, P.

    BROCK, H. L                        REDHEAD, J. F.

    CARR, R. M.                         SHEPARD, N.

    CHIPCHASE, C. J.                SMITH, S.

    FELL, M. H.                          SPENCE, J. R.

    FEATHERBY, W. S.              SPENCER, W.

    JOPLING, J. W.                     TRAFFORD, A. E.

    HOLDEN, G. F.                    VAUGHAN, J. D.

    HODSON, W. C. M.            WHITELEY, A. I. C.  

    LADLAY, E.                          WHITTAKER, H.         

    MATHER, T. P.                    WINCH, A.        

    MAYNARD, C. A.                 WOLFENDEN, R.     

    NORMANDALE, T. W.        WRIGLET, P. B.      


  • March 9, 2017 05:02:16 Kai De hommel

    Father of All, to Thee

    With loving hearts we pray,

    Through Him in mercy given

    The Life, the Truth, the Way :

    From Heaven, thy Throne, in mercy shed

    Thy blessings on each bended head.


    Father of all, to Thee

    Our contrite heart we raise,

    Unstrung by sin and pain

    Long voiceless in Thy praise :

    Breathe Thou the silent chords along,

    Until they tremble into song.


    Father of all, to Thee

    We Breathe unuttered fear,

    Deep hidden in our souls

    That have no voice but tears ;

    Take Thou our hand and through the wild

    Lead gently on each trustful child.


    Father of all, may we

    In praise our tongues employ,

    When gladness fills the soul

    With deep and hallowed joy :

    In storm and calm give us to see

    The path of peace which leads to Thee, AMEN.


    INVOCATION.

                                                   REV. J. REAVLEY.


    LESSON.

                                                    REV. N. M. CUTHBERT.

    Psalm xxiii.


           For I know that my Redeemer liveth, and that He shall stand

    at the latter day upon the earth : and though after my skin worms

    destroy this body, yet in my flesh I see God : whom I shall

    see for myself, and mine eyes shall behold and not another. -

    Job xix. 25-27.


           I am the Resurrection and the Life : he that believeth in Me,

    though he were dead, yet shall he live : and whosoever liveth and

    believeth in Me shall never die.- St. John xi, 25, 26.


           Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down 

    his life for his friend.- St. John xv, 13.


           I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, i have

    kept the Faith : henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of

    righteousness, which the lord, the righteous Judge, shall give

    me at that day. - II. Tim., iv, 7-8.


                    ROLL OF HONOUR.

              HEADMASTER : S. R. SLACK.

    ALLISON, J. N.                     MCBEATH, B. E.

    ATKINSON, C. K.                 MORRIS, A.

    BANNISTER, R.                    OGDEN, W. F.

    BLYTHE, H.                          PRICE, G.

    BREED, J. B.                         RAWORTH, P.

    BROCK, H. L                        REDHEAD, J. F.

    CARR, R. M.                         SHEPARD, N.

    CHIPCHASE, C. J.                SMITH, S.

    FELL, M. H.                          SPENCE, J. R.

    FEATHERBY, W. S.              SPENCER, W.

    JOPLING, J. W.                     TRAFFORD, A. E.

    HOLDEN, G. F.                    VAUGHAN, J. D.

    HODSON, W. C. M.            WHITELEY, A. I. C.  

    LADLAY, E.                          WHITTAKER, H.         

    MATHER, T. P.                    WINCH, A.        

    MAYNARD, C. A.                 WOLFENDEN, R.     

    NORMANDALE, T. W.        WRIGLET, P. B.      


  • March 9, 2017 04:36:05 Kai De hommel

    Father of All, to Thee

    With loving hearts we pray,

    Through Him in mercy given

    The Life, the Truth, the Way :

    From Heaven, thy Throne, in mercy shed

    Thy blessings on each bended head.


    Father of all, to Thee

    Our contrite heart we raise,

    Unstrung by sin and pain

    Long voiceless in Thy praise :

    Breathe Thou the silent chords along,

    Until they tremble into song.


    Father of all, to Thee

    We Breathe unuttered fear,

    Deep hidden in our souls

    That have no voice but tears ;

    Take Thou our hand and through the wild

    Lead gently on each trustful child.


    Father of all, may we

    In praise our tongues employ,

    When gladness fills the soul

    With deep and hallowed joy :

    In storm and calm give us to see

    The path of peace which leads to Thee, AMEN.


    INVOCATION.

                                                   REV. J. REAVLEY.


    LESSON.

                                                    REV. N. M. CUTHBERT.

    Psalm xxiii.


           For I know that my Redeemer liveth, and that He shall stand

    at the latter day upon the earth : and though after my skin worms

    destroy this body, yet in my flesh I see God : whom I shall

    see for myself, and mine eyes shall behold and not another. -

    Job xix. 25-27.


           I am the Resurrection and the Life : he that believeth in Me,

    though he were dead, yet shall he live : and whosoever liveth and

    believeth in Me shall never die.- St. John xi, 25, 26.


           Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down 

    his life for his friend.- St. John xv, 13.


  • March 9, 2017 04:32:49 Kai De hommel

    Father of All, to Thee

    With loving hearts we pray,

    Through Him in mercy given

    The Life, the Truth, the Way :

    From Heaven, thy Throne, in mercy shed

    Thy blessings on each bended head.


    Father of all, to Thee

    Our contrite heart we raise,

    Unstrung by sin and pain

    Long voiceless in Thy praise :

    Breathe Thou the silent chords along,

    Until they tremble into song.


    Father of all, to Thee

    We Breathe unuttered fear,

    Deep hidden in our souls

    That have no voice but tears ;

    Take Thou our hand and through the wild

    Lead gently on each trustful child.


    Father of all, may we

    In praise our tongues employ,

    When gladness fills the soul

    With deep and hallowed joy :

    In storm and calm give us to see

    The path of peace which leads to Thee, AMEN.


    INVOCATION.

                                                   REV. J. REAVLEY.


    LESSON.

                                                    REV. N. M. CUTHBERT.

    Psalm xxiii.


           For I know that my Redeemer liveth, and that He shall stand

    at the latter day upon the earth : and though after my skin worms

    destroy this body, yet in my flesh I see God : whom I shall

    see for myself, and mine eyes shall behold and not another. -

    Job xix. 25-27.


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