Church Hymnal, Mennonite: a collection of hymns and sacred songs suitable for use in public worship, worship in the home, and all general occasions (1st ed. ) [with Deutscher Anhang]

Editor: J. D. Brunk, S. F. Coffman
Publisher: Mennonite Publishing House, Scottdale, Penn., 1927
Denomination: General Conference of the Mennonite Church in North America
Language: English; German
Notes: The Deutscher Anhang suggests tunes for the texts as indicated. Only A18, A31, and A42 actually have the tunes provided.
The images attached do not include the apprendix of German hymns (Anhang)
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
101It came upon the midnight clearCAROLPage Scan
102While shepherds watched their flocks by nightCHRISTMASPage Scan
103Silent night! Holy night! All is calm, all is bright[Silent night! Holy night!]Page Scan
104From the eastern mountainsPRINCETHORPEPage Scan
105Throned upon the awful treeSPANISH HYMNPage Scan
106There is a green hill far away, Without a city wallMEDITATIONPage Scan
107Go to dark GethsemaneAJALONPage Scan
108Beneath the cross of Jesus I fain would take my standST. CHRISTOPHERPage Scan
109Behold the man! He wears a crown[Behold the man! He wears a crown]Page Scan
110Behold the Saviour of mankindHARMONY GROVEPage Scan
111O, Calvary, Dread Calvary[O Calvary, Dread Calvary]Page Scan
112My Lord, my Master, at Thy feet adoringSTRENGTH AND STAYPage Scan
113Arise, my soul, arise, Shake offLENOXPage Scan
114"It is finished"--all the painCLARENCEPage Scan
115"'Tis finished!" so the Saviour cried, And meeklyWESTCOTTPage Scan
116"Father, forgive them ; for they know not what they do."["Father, forgive them ; for they know not what they do."]Tune InfoPage Scan
117Jesus, in Thy dying woesTHE SEVEN WORDSPage Scan
117aJesus, in Thy dying woesLITANYPage Scan
118Stricken, smitten and afflictedO MEIN JESU, ICH MUSS STERBENPage Scan
119O the agonizing prayerGETHSEMANEPage Scan
120'Tis midnight, and on Olive's browOLIVE'S BROWPage Scan
121O sacred Head, now wounded [O sacred Head, now wounded]Page Scan
122Cross of Jesus, cross of sorrow[Cross of Jesus, cross of sorrow]Page Scan
123When I survey the wondrous crossHAMBURGPage Scan
124The day of resurrectionLANCASHIREPage Scan
125Awake, awake, O earth! Thy many voices raise[Awake, awake, O earth]Page Scan
126Christ who left His home in glory[Christ who left His home in glory]Page Scan
127The strife is o'er, the battle doneVICTORYText InfoPage Scan
128"The Lord is ris'n indeed,"BENJAMINPage Scan
129Look, ye saints, the sight is gloriousREGENT SQUAREPage Scan
130How calm and beautiful the mornHASTINGSPage Scan
131"Christ the Lord is ris'n today," Sons of menCLARIONPage Scan
132"Welcome, happy morning!" age to age shall sayFORTUNATUSPage Scan
133All glory, laud, and honor To Thee, Redeemer, KingST. THEODULPHPage Scan
134Golden harps are soundingHERMASPage Scan
135Hail the day that sees Him riseESSEXPage Scan
136The head, that once was crowned with thornsST. MAGNUSPage Scan
137Rise, glorious Conqu'ror, riseDORTPage Scan
138Christ, above all glory seatedST. OSWALDPage Scan
139Rejoice, the Lord is King: Your Lord and King adoreARTHUR'S SEATPage Scan
140See the Conqu'ror mounts in triumphST. ASAPHPage Scan
141Crown Him with many crownsDIADEMATAPage Scan
142Ten thousand times ten thousandALFORDPage Scan
143Face to face with Christ my Saviour[Face to face with Christ my Saviour]Page Scan
144Lo! He comes, with clouds descendingST. THOMASPage Scan
145Come, Thou long expected Jesus! Born to set Thy people freeWILSONPage Scan
146The Bridegroom soon will call usEVARTSPage Scan
147Thou art coming, O my SaviourBEVERLYPage Scan
148Come, Lord, and tarry not; Bring the long looked for daySIENNAPage Scan
149Jesus, Thy Church with longing eyesLUTONPage Scan
150Christ the Lord cometh? perchance at the dawn[Christ the Lord cometh?]Page Scan
151Rejoice, all ye believersGREENLANDPage Scan
152Gracious Spirit! Love divineBUCKLANDPage Scan
153Come, Holy Spirit, Heav'nly dove, With all Thy quick'ning pow'rsMT. CALVARYPage Scan
154Holy Ghost, dispel our sadnessLIGHT OF THE WORLDPage Scan
155Come, gracious Spirit, heav'nly DoveBACAPage Scan
156Come, Holy Spirit, come! Let Thy bright beams ariseMORNINGTONPage Scan
157Holy Spirit, faithful GuideGUIDEPage Scan
158Our blest Redeemer, ere He breathedST. CUTHBERTPage Scan
159Holy Ghost, with light divineLAST HOPEPage Scan
160Ancient of Days, who sittest throned in gloryHYMN TO JOYPage Scan
161Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God of hosts, Eternal KingST. ATHANASIUSPage Scan
162We give immortal praiseWATTSPage Scan
163Father, in whom we live, In whom we are and moveDOVERPage Scan
164Pleasant are Thy courts aboveMAIDSTONEPage Scan
165To Thy temple I repairGUISBOROUGHPage Scan
166Thy presence, gracious God, affordQUEBECPage Scan
167In Thy holy place we bow[In Thy holy place we bow]Page Scan
168Once more we bow before our GodSOHOPage Scan
169Jesus, where'er Thy people meetWESTCOTTPage Scan
170Father, again in Jesus' name we meetLONGWOODPage Scan
171We love the place, O GodQUAM DILECTAPage Scan
172When morning gilds the skiesLAUDES DOMINIPage Scan
173Hail, holy Light, the world rejoicesST. CLEMENTPage Scan
174This is the day of lightDAYSPRINGPage Scan
175Light of light, enlighten meHINCHMANPage Scan
176How calm and bright is this holy day[How calm and how bright is this holy day]Page Scan
177O day of rest and gladnessMENDEBRASPage Scan
178Safely thro' another weekSABBATHPage Scan
179Welcome, sweet day of restSWEET DAYPage Scan
180This is the day the Lord hath made, He callsARLINGTONPage Scan
181Hail to the Sabbath dayTHATCHERPage Scan
182Come, let us join with one accordCHESTERFIELDPage Scan
183Be still! be still! for all around[Be still! be still! for all around]Page Scan
184Lord, we come before Thee nowST. BEESPage Scan
185Be silent, be silent, A whisper is heard[Be silent, be silent, A whisper is heard]Text InfoPage Scan
186Praise ye the Lord, ye saints belowSOTOPage Scan
187Holy, holy, holy is the Lord! Sing, O ye people[Holy, holy, holy is the Lord! Sing, O ye people]Page Scan
188We now have met to worship TheeSTEPHENSONPage Scan
189Once more before we part, Oh, bless the Saviour's nameSWEET DAYPage Scan
190Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessingSICILIAN MARINERSPage Scan
191O gentle Saviour, from Thy throne on high[O gentle Saviour, from Thy throne on high]Page Scan
192Bless me, O my Father, bless meEVENING INVOCATIONPage Scan
193Saviour, again to Thy dear name we raiseELLERSPage Scan
194Our day of praise is doneSCHUMANNPage Scan
195Father of love and pow'rKIRBY BEDONPage Scan
196Lord, in the morning Thou shalt hear WARWICKPage Scan
197Still, still with Thee, when purple morning breakethCONSOLATIONPage Scan
198O God, I thank Thee for each sightHOPEPage Scan
199Come, my soul, thou must be wakingHAYDNPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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