The Lord’s Songs in a Strange Land: May 3, 2020

Here are some videos of psalms and hymns for churches and families to consider using in their worship preparations this coming Sunday, May 3. The numbers correspond to the Trinity Psalter Hymnal.

Click t to view the song lyrics, p to view lyrics and music together, and v to play a video recording of the song. The lyrics and music in the recording may not match the Trinity Psalter Hymnal exactly, but they are similar enough that it is possible to sing along.

# Text Tune t p v
79B Remember not, O God GORTON t p v
80B Great shepherd who leadest thy people in love CARITAS t p v
87B Zion, founded on the mountains ZION t p v
126B When in his might the Lord ARTHUR’S SEAT t p v
395 O Breath of life, come sweeping through us SPIRITUS VITAE t p v
406 Jesus, with Thy church abide GOWER’S LITANY t p v

For more resources related to the Trinity Psalter Hymnal, see this page.



2 Responses to “The Lord’s Songs in a Strange Land: May 3, 2020”

  1. 1 Charles May 5, 2020 at 8:31 pm

    Thank you for posting these! Having suggestions from others helps me from only picking tunes with which I’m familiar.

    I’m looking forward to using some of these in worship with my family.

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