New Hymns

Recent additions to StF+

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God who knows our darkest moments

“God who knows our darkest moments” by Gareth Hill New on 20 October 2016 – written to mark the 50th anniversary of the Aberfan disaster, a hymn that speaks to all our griefs and to God’s unfailing constancy and love see details

God, make us ready for our celebration (“Emmanuel Now”)

“God, make us ready for our celebration” by Tony Law New on 30 September 2016 – an Advent hymn that reflects the Old Testament lectionary readings set for Year A see details

Two sung responses

Two simple, sung responses by Barbara Honeyball Young New on 2 September 2016Give us your comfort, Lord and Come, Holy Spirit, come (with optional handbells part)

A bloodied child (“The boy in the ambulance”)

“A bloodied child foreshadowed by a cross” by Andrew Pratt New on 19 August 2016 – a response to the widely viewed video image of a child rescued from a bombed building in Allepo, Syria see details

Down the road run refugees

“Down the road run refugees” by John Bell and Graham Maule New on 6 May 2016 – a 1992 “protest song” as sadly relevant today as when it was written see details

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