Basil Bridge

BRIDGE, Basil Ernest. b. Norwich, 5 August 1927. He was educated at the City of Norwich School and Fitzwilliam House, Cambridge (BA, 1948). He trained for the Congregational ministry at Cheshunt College, and was ordained in 1951. He served in Congregational (after 1972 United Reformed Church) churches at Knowle, Warwickshire (1951-55), Leicester (1955-74), Stamford and Bourne, Lincolnshire (1976-89), and Harrold, Bedforshire (1989-94). He has written over 30 texts and contributed tunes to seven of them. His best known hymn is probably ‘The Son of God proclaim’*, certainly in America and Canada; others that have appeared in many books are ‘Jesus, Lord, we pray’*, ‘O God, your love’s undying...

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