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Come, let us sing to the Lord our song

Come, let us sing to the Lord our song

Author: Jim Strathdee
Tune: FORNEY
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Jim Strathdee

Many of the songs of Jim Strathdee (b. 1941) represent an important part of this genre. Mr. Strathdee and his wife, Jean, are performing artists whose concerts reach thousands of people each year. They say their songs "are a musical offering of hope and encouragement for all people, bringing a message of compassion, justice and healing." The Strathdees' ministry was centered for many years at St. Mark's United Methodist Church in Sacramento, Calif., where they were directors of music. Since August 2006 they have been "in ministry to the church-at-large." The congregational nature of many of their songs springs from their connection with this church. Their concert attendees are invited to participate as singers, not just observers. T… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Come, let us sing to the Lord our song
Author: Jim Strathdee
Source: Book of Praise
Language: English

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Scripture Song Database #751
Voices United: The Hymn and Worship Book of The United Church of Canada #222



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