Morning and Evening

Christ be in my understanding (website only)

“Christ be in my understanding” by Rachael Prince New on 9 March 2015 – a hymn influenced by celtic traditions for use throughout the day     see details / comment

Categories: Calling and Commissioning, Dismissal/Sending Out, Hymns only online (submit to stfplus@methodistchurch.org.uk), Morning and Evening, Our Journey with God, Prince, Rachael (auth), Prince, Rachael (comp)

Abide with me; fast falls the eventide (StF 141)

Abide with me; fast falls the eventide     see details / comment

Categories: 10.10.10.10.(10.10.10.10.), Death, Judgement, Eternal Life, Eventide, Intercession and Petition, Lyte, Henry Francis, Monk, William Henry, Morning and Evening 1 Comment

Christ, whose glory fills the skies (StF 134)

Christ, whose glory fills the skies     see details / comment

Categories: 77.77.77. (7.7.7.D.), Heathlands, Morning and Evening, Smart, Henry Thomas, Wesley, Charles

Glory to thee, my God, this night (StF 142)

Glory to thee, my God, this night     see details / comment

Categories: 88.88. Long Metre, Ken, Thomas, Morning and Evening, Tallis's Canon, Tallis, Thomas

Hail, gladdening Light, of his pure glory poured (StF 143)

Hail, gladdening Light, of his pure glory poured     see details / comment

Categories: Irregular, Keble, John, Morning and Evening, Sebaste, Stainer, John 2 Comments

Here are my thoughts, Lord, here is my mind (StF 144)

Here are my thoughts, Lord, here is my mind     see details / comment

Categories: Adam, David, Duke, Keith, Irregular, Morning and Evening, Wright, Paul Leddington

I owe my Lord a morning song (StF 135)

I owe my Lord a morning song     see details / comment

Categories: 86.86. Common Metre, Bell, John L. (auth), Dorking, English traditional, Gathering, Morning and Evening, Shaw, Martin

Morning has broken like the first morning (StF 136)

Morning has broken like the first morning     see details / comment

Categories: 55.54.D., Bunessan, Farjeon, Eleanor, Gaelic, Morning and Evening, Wright, Paul Leddington, Young people 4 Comments

New every morning is the love (StF 137)

New every morning is the love
our wakening and uprising prove     see details / comment

Categories: 88.88. Long Metre, Keble, John, Melcombe, Monk, William Henry, Morning and Evening, Webbe, Samuel, the elder

Night has fallen (StF 145)

Night has fallen,
night has fallen,
gracious Spirit, guard us sleeping     see details / comment

Categories: Bell, John L. (comp), Colvin, Tom (auth), Colvin, Tom (comp), Dzuwa lapita (Night has fallen), Irregular, Malawi, Morning and Evening

Now that evening falls (StF 146)

Now that evening falls,
gently fades the light     see details / comment

Categories: 55.65., Bell, John L. (auth), Bell, John L. (comp), Morning and Evening, Taking leave

O God, beyond all thought (StF 138)

O God, beyond all thought     see details / comment

Categories: 66.86 Short Metre, Morning and Evening, Old Hall, Pratt, Andrew, Turner, Guy

The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended (StF 147)

The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended     see details / comment

Categories: 98.98., Ellerton, John, Morning and Evening, Scholefield, Clement Cotterill, St Clement

Today I awake and God is before me (StF 139)

Today I awake and God is before me     see details / comment

Categories: 11.10.11.10. (11.10.11.10.), Bell, John L. (auth), Bell, John L. (comp), Maule, Graham, Morning and Evening, Slithers of gold, The Trinity

We praise God in the morning when the sun is bright (StF 140)

We praise God in the morning when the sun is bright     see details / comment

Categories: Irregular, Morning and Evening, Price, Alan J (auth), Price, Alan J. (comp), Young people

When morning gilds the skies (StF 368)

When morning gilds the skies     see details / comment

Categories: 666.666., Barnby, Joseph, Caswall, Edward, Christ the Saviour, Germany, Laudes Domini, Morning and Evening