The American Hymnal for Chapel Service

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1Our God, our help in ages pastST. ANNEPage Scan
2All people that on earth do dwellTHE OLD HUNDREDTHPage Scan
3Lord of all being, thron'd afarLOUVANPage Scan
4Before Jehovah's awful thronePARK STREETPage Scan
5Holy, holy, holy! Lord God Almighty!NICAEAPage Scan
6Begin my tongue some heav'nly themeMANOAHPage Scan
7Bring, O morn, thy music! bring, O night, thy silence!NICAEAPage Scan
8The God of Abrah'm praiseLEONIPage Scan
9God is in His holy templeGRÖNINGENPage Scan
10Ancient of Days, who sittest thron'd in gloryANCIENT OF DAYSPage Scan
11Come, we who love the LordST. THOMASPage Scan
12My God, how wonderful Thou artLANCASTERPage Scan
13My God, the spring of all my joysGOUDAPage Scan
14Come, Thou Almighty KingITALIAN HYMNPage Scan
15High in the heav'ns, Eternal GodTRUROPage Scan
16Light of the world! forever, ever shiningLIGHTPage Scan
17Angel voices, ever singingANGEL VOICESPage Scan
18We praise thee, O God, our Redeemer, CreatorKREMSERPage Scan
19In sweet exalted strainsDARWALLPage Scan
20Father, to us Thy children, humbly kneelingO PERFECT LOVEPage Scan
21Praise the Lord, ye heav'ns adore HimST. OSWALDPage Scan
22Summer suns are glowingRUTHPage Scan
23Let us with a gladsome mindMONKLANDPage Scan
24Songs of praise the angels sangINNOCENTSPage Scan
25Christ, whose glory fills the skiesLUX PRIMA (GOUNOD)Page Scan
26Thou, Lord, art Love, and ev'rywhereFAITHPage Scan
27O Thou, in all Thy might so farDALEHURSTPage Scan
28Lead us, O Father, in the paths of peaceBURLEIGHPage Scan
29Another day begunSCHUMANNPage Scan
30Father and Friend, Thy light, Thy loveHESPERUSPage Scan
31God is love; His mercy brightensCARTERPage Scan
32O God, whose love is over allDENVERPage Scan
33Life of ages, richly pouredPLEYEL'S HYMNPage Scan
34All that's good and great and trueREDHEAD 45Page Scan
35Father, to Thee we look in all our sorrowEVANSTONPage Scan
36O worship the King, all-glorious aboveHANOVERPage Scan
37My God, I thank Thee, who hast madeWENTWORTHPage Scan
38The spacious firmament on highCREATIONPage Scan
39There is a book, who runs may readST. FLAVIANPage Scan
40O love of God most fullDOMINICAPage Scan
41There's not a bird with lonely nestFESTUSPage Scan
42For the beauty of the earthHEATHLANDSPage Scan
43Lo, the earth is ris'n againGLEBEPage Scan
44We thank Thee, Lord, for this fair earthDUKE STREETPage Scan
45With songs and honors sounding loudELLACOMBEPage Scan
46The glory of the spring how sweetNOELPage Scan
47The year is swiftly waningBREMENPage Scan
48'Tis winter now; the fallen snowERHALT UNS, HERRPage Scan
49O Lord of heav'n and earth and seaALMSGIVINGPage Scan
50O Maker of the fruits and flow'rsGOUDAPage Scan
51The summer days are come againHEREFORDPage Scan
52Give thanks, all ye people, give thanks to the LordTHE PRESIDENT'S HYMNPage Scan
53We plough the fields and scatterWIR PFLÜGENPage Scan
54Praise to God, immortal praiseDIXPage Scan
55Come, ye thankful people, comeST. GEORGE'S WINDSORPage Scan
56Now thank we all our GodNUN DANKETPage Scan
57As pants the wearied hart for cooling springsPAX DEIPage Scan
58Eternal God, we look to TheeWINCHESTER OLDPage Scan
59Once more the liberal year laughs outWALTHAMPage Scan
60O God of Bethel, by Whose handDUNDEEPage Scan
61God moves in a mysterious wayFARRANTPage Scan
62Thou Life within my life, than self more nearLONGWOODPage Scan
63O day of rest and gladnessAURELIAPage Scan
64Pleasant are Thy courts aboveMAIDSTONPage Scan
65Awake, my soul, and with the sunMORNING HYMNPage Scan
66Sweet is the work, my God, my KingGERMANYPage Scan
67When morning gilds the skiesLAUDES DOMINIPage Scan
68New ev'ry morning is the loveMELCOMBEPage Scan
69Forth in Thy Name, O Lord, I goCANONBURYPage Scan
70Come, my soul, thou must be wakingHAYDNPage Scan
71Now, when the dusky shades of night, retreatingMATINSPage Scan
72At Thy feet, O Christ, we layGLASTONBURYPage Scan
73Still, still with Thee, when purple morning breakethWINDSORPage Scan
74Ev'ry morning mercies newKELSOPage Scan
75Be with me, Lord, where'er I goELYPage Scan
76Now that the daylight fills the skyJAM LUCISPage Scan
77Fast falls the night around usST. ALPHEGEPage Scan
78The radiant morn hath passed awayST. GABRIELPage Scan
79Saviour, again to Thy dear name we raiseELLERSPage Scan
80The day is gently sinking to a closeNACHTLIEDPage Scan
81Now the day is overMERRIALPage Scan
82The day is past and overST. ANATOLIUS, NO. 2Page Scan
83Softly now the light of daySEYMOURPage Scan
84Now the wings of day are furledST. BEESPage Scan
85The shadows of the evening hoursST. LEONARDPage Scan
86Saviour, breathe an evening blessingVESPER HYMNPage Scan
87Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we goST. MATTHIASPage Scan
88Abide with me; fast falls the eventideEVENTIDEPage Scan
89Glory to Thee, my God, this nightTALLIS' CANONPage Scan
90Dark lines of hills, a golden skyILKLEYPage Scan
91Thro' the day Thy love has spared usNEANDERPage Scan
92When this song of praise shall ceaseGIBBONSPage Scan
93Again, as evening's shadow fallsABENDSPage Scan
94Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dearHURSLEYPage Scan
95At even, ere the sun was setANGELUSPage Scan
96May the grace of Christ, our SaviourSARDISPage Scan
97Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessingSICILIAN MARINERS' HYMNPage Scan
98The Lord be with us as we bendBEATITUDOPage Scan
99Lead us, heav'nly Father, lead usDULCE CARMENPage Scan
100From all that dwell below the skiesTHE OLD HUNDREDTHPage Scan

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