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THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH. THE Bishop of St. Alban's has formed a committee for Capitular organisation. ON Monday the new church at Borth was consecrated by the Bishop of St. David's, who was one of the preachers. Two meetings of Churchmen who prefer to keep the Prayer-book as it is will be held in London, on Thurs- day, November 13, at Exeter Hall, and St. James's Hall. A CONFERENCE of Churchmen will be held in London in the first week in November, touching the duty of Churchmen at the approaching School Board elections, and with regard to the working and management of the School Board system. THE Colonial Bishoprics Fund and the Society for the I Promotion of Christian Knowledge have promised j £2,500 towards the endowment of the new Bishopric of Caledonia, in British Columbia. For the endowment of the Bishopric of New Westminster £7,050 has been promised. THE BISHOP OF BEDFORD.âA great congregation assembled in Whittington Church on Sunday evening to listen to the last sermon preached by the Bishop of Bedford before his departure from the parish. The right rev. preacher took as his text the wordsâ"Being confident of this very thing, that He which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ." THE CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY.âThe Arch- bishop of Canterbury, speaking at the fiftieth annual, meeting of the Dover branch of this Society, remarked | t upon the importance of the work in which the organisa- tion is engaged, pointing out that one great difficulty t which attended the progress of that work was the pro- ( viding of suitable missionaries. Proof of this was given in the fact that out of fifty persons who applied to be [ appointed as missionaries a very small proportion had been selected as really fitted for the work. THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER AND THE C CHURCH.âSir S. Northcote, who is Lord of the Manor ( of Iddesleigh, North Devon, attended the re-opening, on Tuesday, of the parish church, which has been partly 1 restored at a cost of fifteen hundred pounds. In connec- tion with the ceremony there was a public dinner, at which he presided. In responding to the toast of his health, the right hon. gentleman referred to the position c of the Church of England. He pointed out that not- Pj withstanding the abolition of church rates, and other great changes which have taken place of late years, the J religious spirit of the nation survived, and that the j Church still flourished, and would continue to flourish ( as long as that spirit kept up. His belief was that it was now more than ever likely that the spirit of the c Church of England would be maintained by the willing offerings of her own people. ( DEATH OF BISHOP BARING.âDr, Charles Baring, ] the ex-bishop of Durham, died on Tuesday at Wimbledon, where he had resided since his resignation c of the see of Durham, in December last year. Dr. Baring, who was a younger son of the late Sir. T. ) Baring, Bart., was born in 1807. At Oxford he took a double first in 1829. He was consecrated Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol in 1856, on the death of Dr. Monk and thence, on the death of Dr. Villiers, in ( 1861, he was translated to the see of Durham, a position J the most dignified in the Church of England after the c archbishoprics and the diocese of London. Dr. Baring ] was visitor of the University of Durham, and chaplain in ordinary to the Queen from 1848 to 1856. He was a select preacher in 1845 and 1852. The deceased was an uncompromising evangelical. On one occasion, when his disposition to check innovation raised some clamour, a large number of the most influential laymen in his diocese united in presenting him with an address expres- ( sive of their high sense of the wisdom, piety, and assi- s duity with which he discharged the duties of his episco- s pate. In 1877 another address was presented to him by t 160 of the leading laity of his diocese, including the, Duke of Northumberland, Earl Percy, the Marquis of I Londonderry, Earl Grey, Lord Decies, and Sir George £ Grey. He was invited by them to sit for his portrait, 1 which was to be placed in Auckland Castle as "a memorial of a prelate whose usefulness in his day and generation has been surpassed by none." This intended honour was, however, declined. The magnitude of the labours of Dr. Baring during his 17 years' administra- tion of the see of Durham may be gathered from the facts hereafter mentioned. In the matter of church extension, he caused to be erected 119 new churches, at a cost of £363,830, and affording accommodation for 40,530 worshippers. Besides these, 129 churches were enlarged and restored at an expenditure of £179,870, and a further outlay was incurred of £18,534 for burial grounds. Not content with securing increased church accommodation, Dr. Baring aimed at supplying, as far as it was possible, adequate clerical assistance to labour in the vast field under his supervision. With this object he formed new parishes, the clergy were increased g by 136, and 352 deacons were ordained. No fewer than t 183 schools for elementary education were erected or enlarged in the diocese during Dr. Baring's episcopacy, at a cost of £137,831. ( SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1879.âFIFTEENTH < SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. LESSONS, &C.âMorning: First lesson, 2 Kings, c. 18 Second lesson, 2 Corinthians, c. 12, v. 14, and c. 13. Evemug First lesson, 2 Kings, c. 19, or 23, to v. 01; Second lesson, ( Mark 15, v. 42, and c. "â SUNDAY, SEPT. 21, 1879.-ST. MATTHEW, APOSTLE, EVANGELIST, AND MARTYR. f LESSONS, &C.âAtbanasian Creed. Morning First lesson, 1 Kings, c. 19, v. 15. Evening First lesson, 1 Chronicles, c. 29, to v. 20. The Church Lists should reach our Office by Ihursclay otherwise we cannot insert them. WREXHAM. Parish Church.-Sunclay. Morning Service at 11 a.m. Evening Service at 0.30 p.m. Welsh Bible Class at 2 p.m. ⢠Welsh Services fit 3 p.m., and at the Savings Bank at 6.30 p.m. 1 Holy C emmunion first Sunday in the month at 11 a.111, second Sunday (in Welsh) at 9 a.m. third Sunday at 8.30 a.m.; and On the principal festivals of the Church at 8.0 a.m., and 11 a.m.âWeekdays. Morning Service daily at 8.30 a.m., and â On V,rednesdays and Fridays at 11 a.m. Evening Service, with a Sermon, every Wednesday Evening at 7 p.m.; SllOrtpned ] Service, with Bible Classes every Friday, at í p.m. find 8 p.m.,⢠Bible Classes every Tuesday at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. The Sacrament of Baptism is administered at this Church at 4 p.m. every Sunday at the Wednesday and Friday Morning Services, and nt other timesif required. The seatsare all free .and unappropriated. All the offertory collections are made from the whole congregation, and are devoted to the repair and expenses of the Church, and the poor. Rev David Howell, vicar; Mr E. B. Simms, organist and choirmaster; Mr E. Lovatt, 1Jarish clerk. St. Mark's Church. Sundays. Morning Service at ( Eleven o'clock; Evening Service at Half-past Six o'clock. Celebration of the Holy Communion on the first Sunday in every moath at 8.30 fl.l". Second Sunday at 11 a.m. Tl1ird Sunday at 10 a.m. other Sunùays at 8.30 a.m.; and on the principal festivals of the Church at 8.30 a.m. and 11 a.m. Bible Classes, for men and women, are held at th Church at ] 2.30 p.m. every Sunday; and a Public Catcchisiug of the Sunday Schools at S p.m. on the first Sunday in every month, i Week Dap. Iorning Service on a11 Holy Days (except when they occur on Wednesdays or Fridays, when Divine Service 8 held at the Parish Church) at 11 a.m., and daily during Lent. Service and Sermon every Friday Evening at 7.45 p.m. during Lent and Advent. The scats are all [rrc and unappropriated. The offertories are devoted to the exprcses ef the services, the repair of the Church, and the poor. Organist and Choirmaster Mr J. T. Pritchard, St. James' Church, Rhosddu.âSundays. Morning Service at 11 a.m.; Evening Service at 6.30 p.m. Holy Communion On the last Sunday in every month at 11 a.m. Sunday School] at 9.45 a.m., and 2.30 p.m. Bible Class at 4.45 p.m.âWeek- days. Bible Class for Men on Monday Evening at 7.30; Bible Class for Women on Tuesday Evening at 7. A Shortened Service with a Sermon on Thursday Evening at 7.30. Com- municants' Meeting on the last Thursday Evening in every montlifafter the service. Choir practice every Thursday Evening at 8.30, and every Friday Evening at 7.30. Holy Trinity Church, Esclusham.âSundays. Morning Service at 11. Evening Service at 6.30 p.m. Holy Commuuion om the second Sunday n every month at a.m. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m Choir practice every Thursday at 7.30 p.m. Week Evening Services during Advent and Lent. Hafod-y-bwch.âSundays. Sunday School at 2.3r) p.m. Divine Service, 3.15. Occasional Weekday Service, 7 p.m. Choir practice, Tuesdays, 7 p.m. St. Mary's Church, Bersham,âSundays. Morning Service at 11 a.m.; Afternoon Service, 3 p.m. iu winter 3.30. p.m. in the summer. Holy Communion last Sunday in each month after Morning Service. St. John the Baptist, Hightown.-Sundays. Morning Ser- Vice, 11 a.m.; Evening Service, 6 30 p.m. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. Holy Communion, third Sunday in the month at 11 a.m. Choir practice, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7 p.m. Rhosne-sney School Church.âSundays. Afternoon Service at 3 p.m. Evening Service at 6.30 p.m. Sunday Schools.âA meeting of the Sunday School Teachers Is held at the Free School on the first Monday Evening in every month at 7.30 p.m.; and a Special Celebration of the Holy Communion once a quarter. Visiting Association.âA meeting of the District Visiting Association is held at the Savings Bank on the second Monday Evening in each month at 7.30 p.m. BANGOR ISYCOED. Parish Church.âSunday. Morning Service at 11. After- noon Service at 3. The Holy Communion is administered on the last Sunday in each month, and on the Great Festivals, after the Morning Service. Sunday Schools at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Rector, Rev G. H. McGill; organ, the Misses McGill. Eyton School Chapel.âEvening Service on Sunday at 6.30 (alternate with the Rector of Marchwiel). CHESTER. The hours of Divine Service in this Cathedral a as follows: On week days Morning Prayer said in the Lady Chapel at 8 o'clock Full Cathedral Musical Service at 10 a.m. Full Cathedral Evening Service at 4 o'clock. Holy Communion at 8 a.m. on all Saints' days and other festivals, and a short Sermon preached at the evening service on these days. On Fridays the musical service is unaccompanied. Sundays Celebration of the Holy Communion at 8 a.m., txcepting on the first Sunday in the month, when it takes place after the 11 o'clock service Full Cathedral Morning Service at 11 o'clock; Full Cathedral Afternoon Service at 4 o'clock, but no sermon; Special Evening Service in the Nave and South Transept at 6.30. This is a purely Parochial Choral Service, sustained by a Voluntary Choir of 120 voices under the leadership of Mr Cuzner. MINERA. Parish Church.âSundays. Morning Service (English) at 11 am; Afternoon Service (Welsh) at 3.15 p.m.; Evening Service (English) at 6.30 p.m. English Sunday School at 2 o'clock. Children's Service on the first Sunday in the month at 2 p.m. Holy Communion on the first Sunday in the month.âWednesdays. English Service at 7 p.m.âFridays Welsh Cottage Lecture at 7 p.m. Coedyoeth Church.âSundays. Morning Service (English) at 10.30 a.m.; Evening Service (Welsh) at 6 p.m. Sunday 8chool at 2 p.m. Holy Communion on the second Sunday in the month, in Welsh, at 9.30, and on the fourth Sunday in English.âTuesdays. English Service at 7 p.m.-Fridays. Welsh Service at 7 p.m.âThursdays. Welsh Cottage Lecture at 7 p.. Rev. John Williams, M.A., Vicar; Rev. Walter Jenkins, Ul"¡t e. The books used are Ch arch Hymns," and "Hymnau Evans Corris." OSWESTRY. Parish Church.âThere is service in this Church on Sundays, ilso service? held daily at 8.30 a.m. and 5 and on Thurs- days at 7.30 p.m. The new edition of Hymns Ancient and .Modern is used.âSunday. Early Celebration of the Holy Jommunlon every Sunday at 8 a.m. (Choral Service first Sunday in the month). Morning Prayer (with second ]clebration of the Holy Communion) at 11. Afternoon Service it 3.30 p.m. (Special service used). Evening Service at 6.30 p.m. (Aselection of organ pieces is played before the service, commencing at six o'clock). Rehearsal on Saturday svenings at 8 o'clock. Bible Classes are held every week for men, on Mondays, at 7.30 p.m.; and for women, on Fridays, at die same hour. The instruction class is held in the church m Mondays, at 4 p.m.âRev W. Howell Evans, vicar; Mr G. Jaffe, organist. OVERTON. Parish Church.âSundays. Morning Service at 11. Evening Service at 6. Celebration of the Holy Communion on the first Sunday in the month at the Ioruing Service. Litany, Dluirchings, and Baptisms, at 3 p.m., on the first Sunday in he month. Lecture in the schoolroom on Wednesday sights at seven o'clock.-Rector, Rev H. Mackenzie; Curate n Charge, Rev E. T. Birch organist, Miss Edith Maude parish clerk, Joseph Barrett. PONTBLYDDYN. Christ Church.âSuudays. Morning Service at 10.30. After- lOon Service at 3.15. Evening Service in Welsh at 6.30.â Wednesdays. Welsh Service at 7 p.m. Leeswood National School.âSundays. Evening Service (in English) at G.30.-Fridays. Bible Class at 7 p.m. Pontblyddyn National School.âThursdays, Bible Class at rp.m. RHYL. Trinity Church.âSundays. Morning Service a 9.45. Even- ng Service at 6.30. Bible Class at 2 30 p.m.âThursday. Evening Service at 7. The above services are in Welsh. rhere is an English service at 11.15 a.m., at which all the sit- 1 ings are free. ( St. Thomas' Church.âSundays. The Hymn Book used at i his Church is that published by the Society for Promoting j Christian Knowledge. There is a rehearsal of Church music svery Sunday after the Evening Service. All the sittings moccupied after the commencement of the service are free. 1 Mr F. Wrigley, organist. 1 Vale-road Schoolrooms,âSundays. Bible Class in the After- J loon at 2.15. 1 Wellington-road Schoolrooms.âSundays. Bible Class in the] Afternoon at 2.15, 1 Clwyd-street Schoolrooms.âSundays. Bible Class in the 1 doming at 9.45, and in the Afternoon at 2.30. 1 RUABON. Parish Church.âSundays. Morning Service at Eleven 1 t'clock Responses, Tallis; Venite, Anon; Gloria, Anon; Ce Deum, Beethoven; Jubilate, Boyce Anthem, Bahold £ lOW good and joyful (Whitfeld); Litany, Tallis Kyrie, stewart; Doxology, Dickinson; Hymn, 433. Evening Service 1 it Half-past Six o'clock: Responses, Tallis; Psalms, Aldrich; \.nthem, Behold how good anù joyful" (Whitfeld) Cantate, rosthwaite; Deus Misereatnr, Arnold Hymns, 445 and 431. I Velsh Service at 3.30 p.m. Baptisms at 4.30 p.m. Celebration 1 )f the Holy Communion at the morning Service on the irst Sunday in the month, and on the great festivals.âWeek- lays. Evening Service and Sermon on Wednesdays at 7 and luring Advent and Lent, Morning Prayer on Fridays at 11; Fhe Hymn Book used is Hymns Ancient and Modern." Sunday Schools at 10 a.m. and 2.15 p.m. Rev E. W. Edwards, H.A., vicar: Rev Stephen Thomas, B.A., curate Mr Sparrow, jrganist and choirmaster; Mr R. Lloyd, parish clerk. Bryn School-Church.âSundays. Morning Service at 11 a.m. rloly communion on the third Sunday in the month. < WYNNSTAY. j ( Wynnstay Chapel.âSundays. Evensong at 3.30. Gloria, Crotch; Magnificat, Crotch Nunc Dimittis, Boyce Jymns, 298, 231, and 332. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m.âTne Jev. J. R. Raymond, private chaplain. Mr. Sparrow, irganist (and private organist to Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, 3art., M.P.)

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