Illustrated coloured postcard with two panels. Left hand panel shows a robed and white bearded clergyman standing in a pew with a church organ behind him. A girl in a blue dress and large flowered hat sits in a pew in front of him. The left hand panel shows an elderly man, also white haired and bearded and slightly bent walking down the aisle. On the left are various members of the congregation. Below the panels is a poem entitled “THE VOLUNTEER ORGANIST (1)” which tells how the preacher appeals for an organist because the normal one is ill. An old man in old and torn clothing staggers down the aisle and although a drunkard plays the organ sweetly. The reverse of the card is blank.