AN EAST-LONDON EXPERIMENT.
[To THE EDITOR OF THE " SPECTATOR."]
SIR,—Many readers have asked me in what way I want help in providing the "hour of worship " of which I wrote last week. Will you let me answer them through your columns P We want help from those who can sing. Each Sunday we try to arrange for three solos and for the leading of the hymns. Singers, therefore, who will come, even for one or two Sundays, will be welcome. We want also readers, men who can make their voices heard through a large church. It is impossible, in fact, to carry out such a plan with our ordinary staff and resources. I think, therefore, I may say that I can find something which every one interested may either do or give.—I am, Sir, &e., SAMUEL A. BARNETT.
St. .Tuele's Vicarage, Commercial Street, Whitechapel.