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Father, who hast made us brothers

Author: Barclay Baron

Barclay Baron was a 20th Century Anglican layman who was dedicated to the cause of Christian social work throughout his adult life. He was an avid supporter of the YMCA, and after World War I he became a major figure in the Toc H movement, a British Christian soldier's club at Talbot House which later evolved into a broader social support organization. Nancy Naber, from http://zzapp.com/anthems/lyrics/Go Forth With God!.xhtml  Go to person page >

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First Line: Father, who hast made us brothers
Author: Barclay Baron


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A Hymnal for Friends #93

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