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CONTAINING HYMNS APPROVED AND SET
EDITED AND ARRANGED WITH MUSIC BY THE
Rev. CHARLES L. HUTCHINS, D.D.
The Parish Choir
CANON 25 OF TITLE I OF THE DIGEST
OF CHURCH MUSIC
§ 1. The Hymns which are set forth by anthority, and Anthems in the words of Holy Scripture, are allowed to be sung in all Congregations of this Church before and after Morning and Evening Prayer, and also before and after Sermons, at the discretion of the Minister, whose duty it shall be, by standing directions, or from time to time, to appoint such authorized Hymns or Anthems as are to be sung.
§ 2. It shall be the duty of every Minister of this Church, with such assistance as he may see fit to employ from persons skilled in music, to give order concerning the tunes to be sung at any time in his church; and especially, it shall be his duty to suppress all light and unseemly music, and all indecency and irreverence in the performance, by which vain and ungodly persons profane the service of the sanctuary.
The hymns in this book, with the exception of a few for use on occasions when, in the judgment of the officiating clergyman, no authorization is required, have, together with the Pointing OF THE CANTICLES, been set forth and authorized by the General Convention, for use in this Church.
This revised edition of the Church Hymnal has as its much prized imprimatur the request for its publication by many who have used previous editions; and in continuing such use desire to have also hymns more recently approved by the Church. The revision then consists mainly in the omission of some hymns and tunes which were rarely if ever used, and the inclusion of other hymns approved by the Convention of 1916, together with a few for special occasions and services. By the action of the Convention of 1919 this Hymnal has the same official standing as any other. It is hoped that it may be helpful in what should be the aim of every Hymnal, viz., the promotion of congregational singing, and the hearty worship of the Lord's House.
The arrangement of hymns which has been in use in our Hymnals for the past twenty-five years an arrangement adopted in the admirable Hymnal of the Canadian Church as well as in the best English Hymnals, — is retained in this book, as giving the freest use of many of the most desirable and favourite hymns.
In sending out his final book, the editor is reminded that it is published on the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of his first Church Hymnal; and while returning thanks for the many helpful suggestions he has received in the preparation of this book, he would also express deep appreciation of the kindness of those who in the use of his Hymnals have kindly pardoned their many defects.
by Charles L. Hutchins.
HYMNS St. MATTHEW..
164 ST. MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS.
165-166 St. LUKE.
167 St. SIMON AND ST. JUDE. 168 GENERAL FOR SAINTS' DAYS 175 ALL SAINTS.
169-177 EMBER Days.
178-182 ROGATION DAYS.
183-185 HARVEST AND THANKSGIVING..
186-190 NATIONAL DAYS,
191-209 OLD AND NEW YEAR ... 210-213 THE CHURCH...
HOLY COMMUNION. 214-232
277-279 Holy SCRIPTURES
280-283 ORDINATIONS .
284-286 CHURCH BUILDING, CON
SECRATION, ETC.... 287-293 GENERAL...
294-495 BROTHERHOOD, SERVICE,
GUILDS, PAROCHIAL 496-527
567-602 YOUTH AND SCHOOL LIFE,
603-649 YOUNGER CHILDREN 641-649 CAROLS
6-27 THE LORD'S DAY..... 28-34 THE CHRISTIAN YEAR ADVENT..
48-59 ST. STEPHEN
60 ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST 61 HOLY INNOCENTS.
65-75 SUNDAYS BEFORE LENT. 76-79 LENT..
80-108 HOLY WEEK
93-108 THE STORY OF THE CROSS 106 THE WORDS ON THE CROSS 107 EASTER EVEN.
137-142 HOLY DAYS. ST. ANDREW
143 ST. THOMAS
148-149 St. MATTHIAS.
150 THE ANNUNCIATION.
151-153 Sr. MARK..
154 Sr. PHILIP AND ST. JAMES 155 ST. BARNABAS.
156-157 ST. JOHN BAPTIST.
158 ST. PETER.
159 ST. JAMES.
160 THE TRANSFIGURATION ..
161-162 ST. BARTHOLOMEW
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Note: The figures preceding the lines indicate the numbers of the Hymns in this book; those in brackets refer to the “New Hymnal”; and those in the last column are numbers in the old “Church Hymnal.”
453 A charge to keep I have
A few more years shall roll 661 A great and mighty wonder. 235 A little child, the Saviour came. 628 A little kingdom I
possess. 295 A mighty Fortress is our God.
Abide with me; fast falls the eventide 618 Above the clear blue sky 224 According to Thy gracious word 603 Advent tells us Christ is near 617 Again the morn of gladness. 98 Ah! holy Jesus, how hast Thou offended 93 All glory, laud, and honour 429 All hail the power of Jesus' Name 654 All my heart this night rejoices 360 All people that on earth do dwell. 18 All praise to Thee, my God, this night. 615 All that's good, and great, and true. 290 All things are Thinc; no gift have we. 614 All things bright and beautiful.
Alleluia! alleluia! hearts and . 670 Alleluia! alleluia! O sons and daughters 117 Alleluia! alleluia! The strife is o'er .. 362 Alleluia! sing to Jesus . 76 Alleluia! song of gladness. 499 Am I a soldier of the Cross. 305 Ancient of days who sittest throned in glory. 227 And now, O Father, mindful of the love.. 292 Angel voices ever singing: 58 Angels from the realms of glory
Angels, roll the rock away. 458
311 (333) 228 (461) 304
(80) 60 (177) 116 (303) 652 (487) 265 (291) (386) 342 (30)
Approach, my soul, the mercy seat. 273 Arm of the Lord, awake! awake. 166 Around the throne of God a band. 336 Art thou weary, art thou languid. 24 As now the sun's declining rays. 343 As pants the hart for cooling streams. 463 As pants the wearied hart for cooling streams 69 As with gladness men of old.. 255 Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep.
14 At even, when the sun was set. 108 At the cross her station keeping 115 At the Lamb's high feast we sing.
(94) 65 (413) 244 (399) 14 (161) 103 (178) 118