Church Hymnal, Fifth Edition

Publisher: Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2000
Denomination: Church of Ireland
Language: Gaelic; English
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408Come, risen Lord, and deign to be our guest
409Dear Lord, to you again our gifts we bring
410Dearest Jesus, we are here
411Draw nigh and take the Body of the Lord
412Fáilte romhat, a Rí na nAingeal
413Father, we thank thee, who hast planted
414God whose love is all around us
415For the bread which you have broken
416Great God, your love has called us here
417He gave his life in selfless love
418Here, O my Lord, I see thee face to face
419I am not worthy, holy Lord
420I am the bread of life
421I come with joy, a child of God
422In the quiet consecration
423Jesus, our Master, on the night they came
424Jesus, stand among us at the meeting of our lives
425Jesus, thou joy of loving hearts
426Jesus, to thy table led
427Let all mortal flesh keep silence
428Let us break bread together, we are one
429Lord Jesus Christ, you have come to us
430Lord, as the grain which once on upland acres
431Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendor
432Love is his word, love is his way
433My God, and is thy table spread
434My Jesus, pierced for love of me
435O God, unseen, yet ever near
436Now let us from this table rise
437Now, my tongue, the mystery telling
438O thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray
439Once, only once, and once for all
440One bread, one body, one Lord of all
441Out to the world for Jesus
442Praise the Lord, rise up rejoicing
443Sent forth by God's blessing, our true faith confessing
444Soul of my Savior, sanctify my breast
445Soul, array thyself with gladness
446Strengthen for service, Lord, the hands
447The Lord is here -- he finds us as we seek
448The trumpets sound, the angels sing
449Thee we adore, O hidden Savior, thee
450Upon thy table, Lord, we place
451We come as guests invited
452You satisfy the hungry heart
453Come to us, creative Spirit
454Forth in the peace of Christ we go
455Go forth for God: go forth to the world in peace
457Pour out thy Spirit from on high
458When in our music God is glorified
459For all the saints who from their labors rest
460For all your saints in glory
461For all thy saints, O Lord
462For Mary, mother of our Lord
463Give me the wings of faith to rise
464God, whose city's sure foundation
465Hark, hark, my soul! angelic songs are swelling
466Here from all nations, all tongues and all peoples
467How bright these glorious spirits shine
468How shall I sing that majesty
469In our day of thanksgiving one psalm let us offer
470Let God's people join in worship
471Rejoice in God’s saints, today and all days
472Sing we of the Blessed Mother
473Síormholadh is glóir duit, a Athair shíoraí
474Such a host as none can number
475Who are these like stars appearing
476Ye watchers and ye holy ones
477We praise you, Lord, today
478Go forth and tell
479Go tell it on the mountain
480God forgave my sin in Jesus’ name
481God is working his purpose out
482Jesus bids us shine
483Jesus went to worship
484Lift high the cross, the love of Christ proclaim
485Rise up, O men of God
486People of God, arise
487Soldiers of Christ, arise
488Stand up, stand up for Jesus
489Tell me the old, old story
490The Spirit lives to set us free
491We have a gospel to proclaim
492Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim
493Ye that know the Lord is gracious
494Beauty for brokenness, hope for despair
495Jesu, Jesu, fill us with your love
496For the healing of the nations
497The Church of Christ in every age
498What does the Lord require
499When I needed a neighbor were you there
500Would you walk by on the other side
501Christ is the world’s true Light
502God! As with silent hearts we bring to mind
503Make me a channel of your peace
504O let us spread the pollen of peace throughout our land
505Peace be to this congregation
506Pray that Jerusalem may have
507Put peace into each other’s hands
508Peace to you: we bless you now in the name of the Lord

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