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I BISHOPS FROOME. The organ in the Wesleyan Chapel has been in use some '25 years, and as it was only a. second hand one when pkced there, the Trustees think it is time that it should be replaced by a more modern instrument. To meet this con- tingency Mr J J Hyde, of Instone Court, has organised a tea and concert, which will be held in the chapel on February 17th. The Rev Joseph Reed, of Hereford (the new superin- tendent of the Herefordshire Mission), will preach in the afternoon. THANKSUIVINU SERVICES.—On Wednesday in last week was held a thanksgiving service after the restoration of the Church of St. Mary the Virgin. The roof of the nave of this beautiful church has now been thoroughly overhauled. It may be remembered that some months back a considerable quantity of lead was stolen from the roof, which was already in need of repair. The neoe.-su'y work w is taken in hand by the Vicar and churchwardens and has been success- fully carried through. We believe a small debt still remains. The services began with even- song on the Tuesday with an ad,iress by the Archdeacon of Hereford, On the next day there was a celebration of the Holy Communion at 8 a.m., followed by the Litany, Te Deum, procession, and sermon by the Archdeacon at 11 o'clock. The attendance at the various service-! was satisfactory the church was quite full at 11 o'clock. The sermon of the Arch- deacon was worthy of the occasion, and it was followed by a procession of cross-bearer, choir, churchwardens and neighbouring clergy (amongst whom were the Rul' l D,m and the Rev Preb Michael Hopton) with the Vicar properly vested in a handsome cope. The hymns sung were 395 and 396. The Te Deum before the lighted altar, and the Blessing brought the service to a close.

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