The Beacon Song and Service book

#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
101God be in my headGOD BE IN MY HEAD
102All are architects of fateORIENTIS PARTIBUS
103Heir of all the ages, INUREMBERG
104Now in the days of youthDIADEMATA
105I would be true, for there are those who trust mePEEK
106God of our youth, to whom we yieldGOTTLOB
107God's trumpet wakes the slumb'ring worldALL SAINTS NEW
108O God, whose law is in the skyOLD 137th
109Father in heav'n, who lovest allLAND OF OUR BIRTH
110There are loyal hearts, there are spirits braveWESTMINSTER
111Forward, shoulder to shoulderLAND OF HOPE AND GLORY
112Go forth to life, O child of earth!MENDON
113Who would true valor seeMONKS GATE
114Men, whose boast it is that yeSALZBURG
115Once to every man and nationTON-Y-BOTEL
116From age to age the how grandly riseVULPIUS
117Praise to the brave, the true, the greatST. HUGH
118In the cross of Christ I gloryMARCHING
119Not gold, but only men can makeST. MAGNUS
120Not alone for mighty empire IN BABILONE
121The breaking waves dashed highDINBYCH
122All the past we leave behindPIONEERS
123When courage fails, and faith burns lowCREDITON
124We praise thee, God, for harvests earnedCAMDEN
125Hail the hero workersLONELY MIDNIGHT
126A noble life, a simple faithEPSOM
127Morning, so fair to seeST. ELIZABETH (CRUSADER'S HYMN)
128Gather us in, thou Love that fillest allSONG 22
129My Master was a workerMEIRIONYDD
130Rise up, O men of God!ST. THOMAS
131Spirit of Life DivineCARLISLE
132The crest and crowning of all goodBUCKLEBURY
133Fair is their fame who stand in earth's high placesDONNE SECOURS
134O brother man, fold to thy heart thy brotherINTERCESSOR
135O brother man, fold to thy heart thy brotherSTRENGTH AND STAY
136The fathers built this cityKOMM, SEELE
137The voice of God is calling GREENLAND
138To Mercy, Pity, Peace and LoveLOBT GOTT, IHR CHRISTEN
139We thank thee, Lord, for eyes to seeFOREST GREEN
140When thy heart, with joy o'erflowing WOODLAWN
141When thy heart, with joy o'erflowing GENEVA (BULLINGER)
142Where cross the crowded ways of lifeAUCTORITATE SAECULI
143Now praise we great and famous menACH GOTT UND HERR
144I thank thee, Lord, for strength of armHIN MAETA MORGUNSTUNDEN
145In Christ there is no East or WestRICHMOND
146Marching with the heroesGOTT DER VATER WOHN UNS BEI
147I said it in the meadow pathHERONGATE
148Help us to help each other, LordEVAN
149Who is thy neighbor? He whom thouBURFORD
150The world, dear Lord, is very largeNOEL
151God of the nations, near and farST. MATTHEW
152Hear, hear, O ye nations, and hearing obeyST. DENIO
153Let there be light, Lord God of Hosts!O JESU CHRISTE, WAHRES LICHT
154Peace is dawning! Let creationREGENT SQUARE
155All hail the pageant of the yearsO JESU
156Creation's Lord, we give thee thanks ROCKINGHAM
157Angel of peace, thou hast wandered too longAMERICAN HYMN
158Thy kingdom come, O LordST. CECILIA
159Forward thro' the agesST. GERTRUDE
160Forward thro' the agesAVANTI
161Lift thine eyes, behold the lightSONG OF HOPE (Hebrew)
162God send us men whose aim 'twill beMELROSE
163Not in vain the distance beacons, forward, forward let us rangeREX GLORIAE
164Hail the glorious golden cityHYFRYDOL
165O sometimes gleams upon our sightHAMBURG
166These things shall be, a loftier raceMERTHYR TYDVIL
167From street and square, from hill and glenSIMEON
168When wilt thou save the people?KENDAL
169We gather together to ask the Lord's blessingKREMSER
170The morning hangs its signalMEIRIONYDD
171Wonders still the world shall witnessIN BABILONE
172O Lord of life, thy kingdom is at hand!OLD 124th
173The light pours down from heavenMISSIONARY HYMN
174O beautiful for spacious skiesMATERNA
175America triumphant!ELLACOMBE
176O beautiful, my country!DANK SEI GOTT IN DER HÖHE
177God of our fathers, known of oldRECESSIONAL
178God of the nations, hear our callRIVAULX
179God of our fathers, whose almighty handNATIONAL HYMN
180My country, 'tis of theeAMERICA (NATIONAL ANTHEM)
181God save our gracious KingNATIONAL ANTHEM (AMERICA)
182Our loved Dominion blessNATIONAL ANTHEM (AMERICA)
183For autumn's golden daysSERUG
184Come, ye thankful people, comeST. GEORGE'S, WINDSOR
185Now sing we a song for the harvestST. SULIEN
186Once more the lib'ral year laughs outCROMER
187We plough the fields and scatterWIR PFLÜGEN (DRESDEN)
188The harvest days are come againWULFRUN
189In the lonely midnightADORO TE DEVOTE
190It came upon the midnight clearCAROL
191Break forth, O beauteous heav'nly lightCHORALE
192Angels we have heard on highFRENCH CAROL MELODY
193Come, all ye shepherds, and be not afraidBOHEMIA
194Cradled 'mid beasts, in fragrant haySLUMBER SONG OF THE INFANT JESUS
195Bring a torch, Jeannette, Isabella!BRING A TORCH
196How far is it to Bethlehem?STOWEY
197Little children, wake and listen!CHARTRES
198Good Christian men, rejoice IN DULCI JUBLIO
199The first Nowell, the angel did sayTHE FIRST NOWELL
200While shepherds watch'd their flocks by nightST. MARTIN'S

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
Suggestions or corrections? Contact us