From the Press

[The Christian Intelligencer]

No news from overseas in recent months is more important than the reports of how the war has united the various religious bodies of England in believing prayer. Hyde Park, London, known throughout the world as a popular place of public concourse, was the scene of a most notable event on Good Friday. Members of the Church of England and of the Free Churches joined on that day in a great open-air service of intercession. Those who know how wide the cleavage has been in England between the Church of England and the Free Churches will realize the significance of this union service for prayer. The singing was led by a Salvation Army band. The Bishop of London spoke on the relation of the national crisis to the cross of Christ. Several prominent Nonconformist clergymen participated in the service. This most unusual meeting was the first of a series to be held during the summer.

Special Announcements
September 14, 1918

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