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Singing the Faith, 2011

For the Methodist Church

     1     All people that on earth do dwell, Old 100th
     3     Eternal God, your love's tremendous glory, Highwood
     4     Father in heaven, grant to your children, Halad
     6     Father, we love you, Donna Adkins ©
     8     God with us: Creator, Father, Ode to Joy
     9     Hail! Holy, holy, holy Lord!, Dunfermline
   11     Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty!, Nicea
   13     Sing of a God in majestic divinity, Was Lebet, Was Schwebet
   14     Sing to him in whom creation, Regent Square
   16     We give immortal praise, Croft's 136
   17     With gladness we worship, Datchet
   18     Be still and know that I am God, Anonymous
   25     God is here! As we his people, Bethany
   28     Jesus calls us here to meet him, Jesus Calls Us
   32     Meet and right it is to sing, Amsterdam
   34     O worship the Lord, Was Lebet, Was Schwebet
   39     Angel voices ever singing, Angel Voices
   42     O sing to the Lord!, Cantad Al Senor
   43     Come let us praise the Lord, Chilean Venite
   51     Great is thy faithfulness, Faithfulness ©
   53     How shall I sing that majesty, Soll 'S Sein
   55     Immortal, invisible, God only wise, St. Denio (Joanna)
   56     King of Glory, King of Peace, Gwalchmai
   67     This, this is the God we adore, Celeste
   69     Ye holy angels bright, Darwall's 148th
   73     Fill thou my life, O Lord my God, St. Fulbert
   73/2  Fill thou my life, O Lord my God, Beatitudo
   74     For the music of creation, Rustington
   75     From all that dwell below the skies, Lasst Uns Erfreuen
   76     Give me joy in my heart, Sing Hosanna
   79     I'll praise my Maker while I've breath, Monmouth
   80     My God, I am thine, Harwich
   81     Now thank we all our God, Nun Danket
   81/2  Now thank we all our God, Gracias
   82     O Lord, my God, Stuart K. Hine ©
   83     Praise, my soul, the King of heaven, Praise, my soul ©
   84     Praise the Lord, his glories show, Llanfair
   86     Praise the Lord! You heavens, adore him, Austria
   87     Praise to the living God!, Leoni
   88     Praise to the Lord, the almighty, Lobe Den Herren
   90     Sweet is the work, my God, Deep Harmony
   91     The God of Abraham praise, Leoni
   94     To God be the glory, To God be the Glory
   96     We sing of your glory, Rio de la Plata
   97     When all your mercies, O my God, Contemplation (Ouseley)
   97/2  When all your mercies, O my God, Harington (Retirement)
   99     All creatures of our God and King, Lasst Uns Erfreuen (St. Francis)
 100     All things bright and beautiful, All things bright and beautiful
 100/2  All things bright and beautiful, Royal Oak
 102     For the beauty of the earth, Lucerna Laudoniae
 102/2  For the beauty of the earth, Noricum
 103     God is love: let heaven adore him, Hyfrydol
 104     God moves in a mysterious way, Irish
 106     God, whose almighty word, Moscow
 107     I sing the almighty power of God, St. Saviour
 110     In the wonder of creation, Bethany
 111     Lord of the boundless, London New
 112     O Lord, our Lord, throughout the earth, Tramps and Hawkers
 113     O worship the King, all-glorious above, Hanover
 115     Praise ye the Lord!, Justification
 116     Sing for God's glory, Lobe Den Herren
 117     Sing praise to God who reigns above, Mit Freuden Zart
 119     God of Eve and God of Mary, Sussex
 120     We gladly celebrate and praise, Stracathro
 122     God, whose farm is all creation, Shipston
 123     Come, you thankful people,come, St. George's Windsor
 124/2  For the fruits of all creation, Ar Hyd Y Nos
 125     Praise and thanksgiving, Bunessan
 126     Praise God for the harvest, Stowey
 127     Sing to the great Jehovah's praise, Northrop
 128     The harvest is here, Laudate Dominum (Gauntlett)
 129     To thee, O Lord, our hearts we raise, Bishopgarth
 130     We plough the fields, and scatter, Wir Pflugen
 132     O God, our help in ages past, St. Anne
 134     Christ, whose glory fills the skies, Heathlands
 135     I owe my Lord a morning song, Dorking
 136     Morning has broken, Bunessan
 137     New every morning is the love, Melcombe
 141     Abide with me, Eventide
 142     Glory to thee, my God, this night, Tallis's Canon
 147     The day thou gavest, St. Clement
 148     Come, let us with our Lord arise, Sussex Carol
 149     First of the week and finest day, Galilee
 151     This is the day the Lord has made, Broomsgrove
 154     Come, divine Interpreter, Madrid (Spanish Chant)
 155     Come, Holy Ghost, our hearts inspire, St. Columba (Erin)
 155/2  Come, Holy Ghost, our hearts inspire, Richmond
 157     God has spoken - by his prophets, Hyfrydol
 158     Lord, you sometimes speak in wonders, Cleveland
 159     Not far beyond the sea nor high, Manna
 162     The prophet's voice comes down the years, St. Matthew
 164     Your words to me are life and health, Capel
 165     Advent candles tell their story, Angel Voices
 169     Come, thou long-expected Jesus, Stuttgart
 169/2  Come, thou long-expected Jesus, Cross of Jesus
 171     Hark the glad sound!, Bristol
 172     Hills of the north, rejoice, Little Cornard
 177     Lo, he comes with clouds descending, Helmsley
 178     Long ago, prophets knew, Theodoric
 179     My Lord! what a morning, African-American melody
 180     O come, O come, Immanuel, Veni Emmanuel
 181     Of the Father's love begotten, Divinum Mysterium (Corde Natus)
 182     On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry, Winchester New
 184     Round orange, round orange, Lourdes
 185     Sing we the King who is coming to reign, The Glory Song
 186     Tell out, my soul, Woodlands
 187     The Angel Gabriel from heaven came, Gabriel's Message
 188     There's a light upon the mountain, There's a light
 190     Angels, from the realms of glory, Iris
 191     Away in a manger, Away in a manger
 191/2  Away in a manger, Mueller (Murray)
 195     Christians, awake, salute the happy morn, Yorkshire (Stockport)
 197     Cradled in a manger, Saltash (Pleading Saviour)
 197/2  Cradled in a manger, St. Winifred
 199     Glory be to God on high, Amsterdam
 200     God is born among us, Gdy Sie Chrystus Rodzi
 202     Hark! The herald-angels sing, Mendelssohn (Bethlehem)
 204     In the bleak mid-winter, Cranham
 205     It came upon the midnight clear, Noel
 207     Jesus is the heart of Christmas, Westminster Abbey
 208     Let earth and heaven combine, St. John (Havergal)
 212     O come, all ye faithful, Adeste Fideles
 213     O little town of Bethlehem, Forest Green
 214     Once in royal David's city, Irby
 215     See, amid the winter's snow, Humility (Oxford)
 217     Silent Night, Stille Nacht
 218     Unto us a boy is born, Puer Nobis
 220     When a young unmarried couple, Irby
 221     While shepherds watched their flocks by night, Winchester Old
 224     As with gladness men of old, Dix
 225     Bethlehem, of noblest cities, Stuttgart
 226     Birth brings a promise, Morning Star
 227     Brightest and best, Spean
 228     Hail to the Lord's annointed, Cruger (Herrnhut)
 231     The silent stars shine down on us, Kingsfold
 232     Through long years of watching waiting, Rhuddlan
 233     When Jesus came to Jordan, Day of Rest
 235     Christ our Redeemer knew temptation's hour, St. Agnes (Langran)
 236     Forty days and forty nights, Aus Der Tiefe (Heinlein)
 237     Jesus, tempted in the desert, Ebenezer (Ton-Y-Botel)
 238     Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us, Mannheim
 242     A new commandment, Anonymous
 244     Blest are the pure in heart, Franconia
 248     I heard the voice of Jesus say, Vox Dilecti
 249     Jesus, Jesus, fill us with your love, Chereponi
 250     Jesus calls us! O'er the tumult, St. Catherine (Flood Jones)
 251     Jesus Christ is waiting, Noel Nouvelet
 252     Jesus the Lord said: 'I am the Bread, Yisu Ne Kaha
 256     When I needed a neighbour, Neighbour ©
 261     Transfigured Christ, none comprehends, Brockham
 262     All glory, laud, and honour, St. Theodulph
 265     Ride on, ride on in majesty, Winchester New
 267     Jesus in the olive grove, Heiliger Geist
 268     Sing, my tongue, the Saviour's glory, Pange Lingua
 273     Here hangs a man discarded, Passion Chorale
 278     O Love divine, what have you done!, Leicester (Bedford)
 280     O sacred head, sore wounded, Passion Chorale
 284     There is a green hill far away, Horsley
 285     Were you there, Were you there
 287     When I survey the wondrous cross, Rockingham (Communion)
 287/2  When I survey the wondrous cross, O Waly Waly
 289     When my love for Christ grows weak, Song 13
 290     Who would ever have believed it?, Ae Fond Kiss
 294     All you that seek the Lord who died, Warrington
 297     Christ is alive! Let Christians sing, Truro
 298     Christ the Lord is risen today, Easter Hymn
 300     Hail the day that sees him rise, Llanfair
 301     Hail, thou once despised Jesus, Austria
 303     I know that my Redeemer lives, Torquay
 304     Jesus is risen, alleluia!, Mfurahini Haleluya
 305     Low in the grave he lay, Christ Arose
 306     Now the green blade rises, Noel Nouvelet
 307     On the day of resurrection, Emmaus ©
 308     On the journey to Emmaus, Columcille
 311     The day of resurrection, Ellacombe
 312     The head that once was crowned with thorns, St. Magnus (Nottingham)
 313     Thine be the glory, Maccabeus
 314     This joyful Eastertide, Vruechten
 315     We sing the praise of Jesus, Morning Light
 316     When Easter to the dark world came, At Eastertide
 317/2  At the name of Jesus, Evelyns
 318     Christ, our King before creation, Love Divine (Zundel)
 320     Father, whose everlasting love, Melcombe
 322     How sweet the name of Jesus sounds, St. Peter
 323     I will sing the wondrous story, Calon Lan
 323/2  I will sing the wondrous story, Hyfrydol
 324     In a byre near Bethlehem, Wild Mountain Thyme
 326     Jesus comes with all his grace, Orientis Partibus
 328     Jesus shall reign where'er the sun, Truro
 328/2  Jesus shall reign where'er the sun, Rimington
 330     Joy to to the world, Antioch (Comfort (Mason))
 334     Praise to the Holiest in the height, Gerontius
 335     Jesus the Saviour reigns, Gopsal
 339     When you prayed beneath the trees, Kelvingrove
 340     Ye servants of God, Laudate Dominum (Parry)
 341     All for Jesus, All for Jesus
 342     All hail the power of Jesu's name!, Miles Lane
 342/2  All hail the power of Jesu's name!, Diadem
 345     And can it be that I should gain, Sagina
 346     Christ is the world's light, Christe Sanctorum
 347     Crown him the Son of God, Diademata
 348     He is Lord, he is Lord, Unknown
 350     I cannot tell why he, Londonderry Air
 355     Jesus, lover of my soul, Aberystwyth
 355/2  Jesus, lover of my soul, Hollingside
 357     Jesus - the name high over all, Lydia
 358     Let earth and heaven agree, Millennium
 361     Man of Sorrows! What a name, Gethsemane (Bliss) (Man of sorrows)
 364     O for a thousand tongues to sing, Lydia
 364/2  O for a thousand tongues to sing, Lyngham (Desert)
 365     Jesu, the joy of loving hearts, Wareham
 366     Thou hidden source of calm repose, Colchester (Wesley)
 366/2  Thou hidden source of calm repose, St. Chrysostom
 368     When morning gilds the skies, Laudes Domini
 370     Breathe on me, Breath of God, Trentham
 370/2  Breathe on me, Breath of God, Carlisle
 373     Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire, Veni Creator
 375     Come, O everlasting Spirit, Sicilian Mariners
 378     Father of everlasting grace, Stamford
 379     Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost, Charity
 382     Holy Spirit, come, confirm us, All for Jesus
 383     Holy Spirit, gift bestower, Yr Hun Gan
 390     My God! I know, I feel thee mine, Warwick
 392     O Holy Spirit, Lord of grace, Tallis's Ordinal
 394     Spirit of God, unseen as the wind, Skye Boat Song
 397     The Spirit lives to set us free, Walk in the Light
 399     When deep despair casts out all light, Repton
 400     Wind of God, dynamic Spirit, Lux Eoi
 401     Come, sinners, to the gospel feast, Fulda (Walton)
 403     God is love: his the care, Theodoric
 411     May the God of hope go with us, Argentina
 412     See how great a flame aspires, St. George's Windsor
 415     The Church of Christ, in every age, Herongate
 416     There's a wideness in God's mercy, Cross of Jesus
 418     We have a gospel to proclaim, Fulda (Walton)
 419     Almighty God, we come to make confession, Finlandia ©
 423     Forgive our sins as we forgive, St. Bernard
 426     Hark my soul! It is the Lord, St. Bees
 432     O the bitter shame and sorrow, All of Thee
 433     Out of the depths I cry to thee, St. Martin (Sheppard)
 434     Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Petra (Redhead 76)
 436     What shall I do my God to love, Abridge (St. Stephen)
 436/2  What shall I do my God to love, Jerusalem (Grosvenor)
 438     Your ceaseless, unexhausted love, University
 440     Amazing grace - how sweet the sound, Amazing Grace (New Britain)
 443     Come, let us sing of a wonderful love, Wonderful Love (Wiseman)
 448     Lord, in the strength of grace, St. Michael (Old 134th)
 449     Lord of creation, to you be all praise!, Slane
 450     Open, Lord, my inward ear, Leamington
 454     Where shall my wondering soul begin?, Carey's (Surrey)
 454/2  Where shall my wondering soul begin?, Crucifixion (Lambeth)
 455     All my hope on God is founded, Michael ©
 455/2  All my hope on God is founded, Meine Hoffnung
 456     And are we yet alive, Falcon Street
 457     Author of faith, eternal Word, Mainzer
 459     Captain of Israel's host, and Guide, Marienlyst
 460     Come, let us anew, Derby (Derbe)
 461     Come, O thou Traveller unknown, Wrestling Jacob
 463     Deep in the shadows of the past, Kingsfold
 464     God it was who said to Abraham, Gaelic Melody
 465     Guide me, O thou great Jehovah, CWM Rhondda
 467     I need thee every hour, I Need Thee
 475     O God of Bethel, by whose hand, Salzburg (Haydn)
 478     Thank you, O God, for the time, Quedlinburg
 479     The King of love my shepherd is, Dominus Regit Me
 480     The Lord's my Shepherd, Crimond
 482     There is no moment of my life, Kenwyn (Hopkins)
 483     We are marching in the light of God, Siyahamba
 485     When we are living, we are in the Lord, Somos Del Senor
 486     Who would true valour see, Monks Gate
 490     Being of beings, God of love, Tottenham
 492     Christ be my leader, Trisagion
 493     Come, Lord, to our souls come down, Melling
 494     Come, thou fount of every blessing, Nettleton
 494/2  Come, thou fount of every blessing, Normandy (Bost)
 495     Dear Lord and Father of mankind, Repton
 498     God of all power, and truth, Ombersley
 498/2  God of all power, and truth, Antwerp
 500     Happy are they who find the grace, Antwerp
 501     Help us, O Lord, to learn, Sandys
 503     Love divine, all loves excelling, Blaenwern
 504     May the mind of Christ my Saviour, St. Leonards (Barham-Gould) ©
 506     My heart is full of Christ, and longs, Worsley
 507     O for a heart to praise my God, Abridge (St. Stephen)
 510     Says Jesus, 'Come and gather round, Une Jeune Pucelle
 512     Stupendous height of heavenly love, Dura
 514     The thirsty deer longs for the streams, Caribbean Melody
 516     What shall I do my God to love, Stella
 517     Eternal Father, strong to save, Melita
 518     Father, hear the prayers we offer, Sussex
 520     Give to me, Lord, a thankful heart, Gatescarth ©
 523     It's me, it's me, O Lord, It's me, O Lord
 524     Listening God, you hear us when we cannot speak, Noel Nouvelet
 525     Look around you, can you see?, Jodi P. Clark ©
 526     Lord of all hopefulness, Slane
 528     Pray, without ceasing pray, From Strength to Strength
 529     Prayer is the soul's sincere desire, Nox Praecessit
 531     What a friend we have in Jesus, Converse
 532     Born in a stable, Bunessan
 534     Eternal God, we praise your love, Sussex Carol
 535     God, when I came into this life, Billing
 536     He's got the whole world in his hand, He's got the whole world
 538     Now through the grace of God we claim, Tallis's Ordinal ©
 539     On this Baptism day, Sing Hosanna
 540     The day the universe was started, St. Clement
 542     We praise you, Lord, for Jesus Christ, Kilmarnock
 545     Be thou my vision, Slane
 546     Behold the servant of the Lord!, Mozart
 548     Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine, Blessed Assurance
 549     Come, let us use the grace divine, Dundee (French)
 550     Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go, Song 34 (Angel's Song)
 553     I am a new creation, Dave Bilborough ©
 555     Jesus, all for Jesus, J. Atkinson & R. Mark ©
 556     Just as I am, without one plea, Saffron Walden
 556/2  Just as I am, without one plea, Misericordia
 556/3  Just as I am, without one plea, Woodworth
 557     Let him to whom we now belong, Byzantium (Jackson)
 560     My eyes be open to your presence, N. & A. Haigh
 561     Now I have found the ground wherein, Madrid (Matthews)
 562     O God, what offering shall I give, Pater Omnium
 563     O Jesus, I have promised, Wolvercote
 564     O thou who camest from above, Hereford
 564/2  O thou who camest from above, Wilton (Stanley)
 566     Take my life, and let it be, Nottingham (Muller)
 566/2  Take my life, and let it be, Consecration
 568     Alleluia! Sing to Jesus, Hyfrydol
 569     An Upper Room did our Lord prepare, O Waly Waly
 571     As your family, Lord, see us here, Kum Ba Yah
 573     Be known to us in breaking bread, Belmont
 574     Because you have said, Paderborn ©
 579     Come, Holy Ghost, your influence shed, Billing
 584     Food to pilgrims given, Geon-yong Lee
 585     God, whose love is all around us, Quem Pastores Laudavere
 590     Jesus, we thus obey, Gildas (St. Augustine)
 591     Let all mortal flesh keep silence, Picardy
 592     Let us break bread together with the Lord, Let us break bread
 593     Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour, St. Helen
 595     Lord, we have come at your own invitation, Epiphany
 596     Now let us from this table rise, Niagara
 597     O thou who this mysterious bread, Land of Rest
 600     Victim Divine, thy grace we claim, Credo
 603     Come to a wedding, Bunessan
 604     Let's praise the Creator who gave us each other, The Road and Miles to Dundee
 605     O perfect Love, O Perfect Love
 606     We pledge to one another, Thaxted
 607     When love is found and hope comes home, O Waly Waly
 608     All praise to our redeeming Lord, Lucius
 613     God, how can we forgive, Leoni
 614     God loves you, and I love you, Anonymous
 615     Let love be real, in giving and receiving, Londonderry Air
 618     Sacred the body God has created, Ruddle ©
 620     Thou God of truth and love, St. Godric
 621     When memory fades and recognition falters, Finlandia ©
 622     When our caring love wears thin, Charterhouse (Cooper)
 623     A safe stronghold our God is still, Ein' Feste Burg
 629     God of my faith, I offer you my doubt, Anima Christi (Maher)
 634     Fight the good fight, Duke Street
 636     O love that wilt not me go, St. Margaret
 637     Soldiers of Christ, arise, From Strength to Strength
 638     Through all the changing scenes of life, Wiltshire
 639     Through the love of God our Saviour, Ar Hyd Y Nos
 641     When circumstances make my life, Martyrdom
 645     Will your anchor hold, Will your anchor hold
 649     God! When human bonds are broken, St. Catherine (Flood Jones)
 650     Heal us, Immanuel!, St. Hugh
 652     Lord, we come to ask your healing, Ar Hyd Y Nos
 653     O Christ, the Healer, we have come, Angelus
 655     We cannot measure how you heal, Ye banks and Braes
 658     A charge to keep I have, Cambridge (Harrison)
 659     As dawn awakes another day, Herongate
 661     Give me the faith which can remove, Mount Sion (Pleyel)
 666     Master, Speak! Thy servant heareth, Ottawa (Magister)
 668     Teach me, my God and King, Sandys
 669     The Saviour, when to heaven he rose, Gonfalon Royal
 671     What shall we offer our good Lord, Offering
 672     Where can we find you, Epiphany
 673     Will you come and follow me, Kelvingrove
 676     Christ, from whom all blessings flow, Vienna (Ravenna)
 677     Christ is made the sure foundation, Westminster Abbey
 678     Come, all who look to Christ today, Solothurn
 679     Come, build the Church - not heaps of stone, Galilee
 680     Come, Host of heaven's high dwelling place, St Columba (Erin)
 681     Community of Christ, Leoni
 682     God of grace and God of glory, Rhuddlan
 683     Great is our redeeming Lord, Josiah
 685     In Christ there is no east or west, Kilmarnock
 685/2  In Christ there is no east or west, McKee
 686     Jesus, Lord, we look to thee, Theodora (Handel)
 687     One human family God has made, The Seven Joys of Mary
 689     Summond by the God who made us, Nettleton
 690     The Church's one foundation, Aurelia
 691     What shall our greeting be, Moscow
 692     Your hand, O God, has guided, Thornbury
 694     By the Babylonian rivers, Kas Dziedaja
 695     Come, now, you blessed, eat at my table, O Quanta Qualia
 696     For the healing of the nations, Grafton
 697     Oh freedom, Freedom is coming
 698     God! As with silent hearts, Supreme Sacrifice
 704     In labour all creation groans, Morning Song
 705     It is God who holds the nations, Vision (Davies)
 709     Of all the Spirit's gift, Ripponden
 711     Pray for the Church, afflicted and oppressed, Song 1
 712     Put peace into each other's hands, St. Columbia (Erin)
 713     Show me how to stand for justice, Dim Ond Iesu
 716     There are no strangers to God's love, Pater Omnium
 720     We turn to you, O God of every nation, Highwood
 722     When mountains that we thought secure, Vox Dilecti
 725     As the glory of creation, All Saints
 726     Come to us, creative Spirit, Angel Voices
 731     When, in our music, God is glorified, Engelberg
 732     Day of judgement! Day of wonder!, Rhuddlan
 733     God, hold us, enfold us, Normandy (Basque)
 734     Going home, moving on, Antonin L. Dvorak
 735     How blest are they who trust in Christ, Rivaulx
 736     In heavenly love abiding, Penlan
 739     Through the rivers of our tears, Buckland
 742     We trust the mighty love of God, Wentworth
 743     Come, let us join our cheerful songs, Nativity
 744     Come, let us join our friends above, St. Matthew
 745     For all the saints, Sine Namine
 746     For all the saints, O Waly Waly
 747     Give me the wings of faith to rise, Richmond
 748     Glorious things of thee are spoken, Austria


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