Accession: A10638
Editorial Title: This is my body which is given for you
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Date: March 21, 1886
Manuscript Description: Printed Order of Services.
Editorial Note: The service of the Church of Christ (Scientist) was given by Mary Baker Eddy at Chickering Hall.
Archival Note: This handout provided those attending the service with the Order of Services, the sermon topic, and the text of the hymns, including the tunes to which they were to be sung.
Related Versions: To read an outline of this sermon, see A10679Click link to view A10679 document in new window.
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Church of Christ (Scientist). Rev. Mary Baker G. Eddy, - - Pastor. Services held at Chickering Hall, Nos. 151 and 153 Tremont Street, Sunday, March 21, 1886, at 3 P.M. All are cordially invited. Order of Services.

Anthem by Choir.

Reading Scripture.

Hymn. Tune.--"Love Divine."

On the night of that last supper, Seated with His chosen band, Christ, as food to all His brethren, Gives Himself with His own hand.

He, as man with man conversing, Staid the seeds of truth to sow; Then He closed, in solemn order, Wondrously, His life of woe.

Lo! o'er ancient forms departing, Newer rites of grace prevail; Faith for all defects supplying, Where the feeble senses fall.

To the everlasting Father, Through the Son who reigns on high, Be salvation, honor, blessing, Might, and endless majesty.

Prayer.

Repeating the Lord's Prayer.

Solo.

Sermon. Text.--"This is my body which is given for you: this do in remembrance of Me."Luke 22:19 ¶And he took bread, and gave thanks, and brake it, and gave unto them, saying, This is my body which is given for you: this do in remembrance of me. Luke 22: 19.

Admissions to the Church.

Hymn. Tune.--"Autumn."

God is in his holy temple: Earthly thoughts, be silent now, While with reverence we assemble, And before his presence bow. He is with us now and ever, When we call upon his name, Aiding every good endeavor, Guiding every upward aim.

God is in his holy temple, In the pure and holy mind; In the reverent heart and simple; In the soul from sense refined: Then let every low emotion Banished far and silent be, And our souls in pure devotion, Lord, be temples worthy thee!

Communion.

Hymn. Tune.--"Sicily."

From the table now retiring, Which for us the Lord hath spread, May our souls, refreshment finding, Grow in all things like our Head!

His example by beholding, May our lives his image bear! Him our Lord and Master calling, His commands may be revere!

Love to God and man displaying, Walking steadfast in his way, Joy attend us in believing, Peace from God through endless day.

Contribution.

Benediction.

A10638
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Church of Christ (Scientist). Rev. Mary Baker G. Eddy, - - Pastor. Services held at Chickering Hall, Nos. 151 and 153 Tremont Street, Sunday, March 21, 1886, at 3 P.M. All are cordially invited. Order of Services.

Anthem by Choir.

Reading Scripture.

Hymn. Tune.--"Love Divine."

On the night of that last supper, Seated with His chosen band, Christ, as food to all His brethren, Gives Himself with His own hand.

He, as man with man conversing, Staid the seeds of truth to sow; Then He closed, in solemn order, Wondrously, His life of woe.

Lo! o'er ancient forms departing, Newer rites of grace prevail; Faith for all defects supplying, Where the feeble senses fall.

To the everlasting Father, Through the Son who reigns on high, Be salvation, honor, blessing, Might, and endless majesty.

Prayer.

Repeating the Lord's Prayer.

Solo.

Sermon. Text.--"This is my body which is given for you: this do in remembrance of Me."Luke 22:19 ¶And he took bread, and gave thanks, and brake it, and gave unto them, saying, This is my body which is given for you: this do in remembrance of me. Luke 22: 19.

Admissions to the Church.

Hymn. Tune.--"Autumn."

God is in his holy temple: Earthly thoughts, be silent now, While with reverence we assemble, And before his presence bow. He is with us now and ever, When we call upon his name, Aiding every good endeavor, Guiding every upward aim.

God is in his holy temple, In the pure and holy mind; In the reverent heart and simple; In the soul from sense refined: Then let every low emotion Banished far and silent be, And our souls in pure devotion, Lord, be temples worthy thee!

Communion.

Hymn. Tune.--"Sicily."

From the table now retiring, Which for us the Lord hath spread, May our souls, refreshment finding, Grow in all things like our Head!

His example by beholding, May our lives his image bear! Him our Lord and Master calling, His commands may be revere!

Love to God and man displaying, Walking steadfast in his way, Joy attend us in believing, Peace from God through endless day.

Contribution.

Benediction.