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Worship in the city: prayers and songs for urban settings

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44No heav'nly fire--What city's night
45The towering buildings close around;
46We walk with faith and passion
47When the Temple veil was rent
48Startle us, God, by the signs of Your Spirit around us!Text
49Come to water in the summer
50I thank you Lord, for each new day[I thank you Lord, for each new day}Text
69Sing to celebrate the city!Text
70We danced for joyFOREST BLUE
72Oh, the life of the world, is a joy and a treasure[Oh, the life of the world, is a joy and a treasure]
74Sing of a city of peace and of plenty
75City streets and crowded lives[City streets and crowded lives]
76People of faith, standing together
93We lay our broken world
94How tragic, O God, is the death of our children[How tragic, O God, is the death of our children]Text
96So far from home, O God, how will it be?
97Not only acts of evil willText
98Seek the welfare of the city
115Reflected in our steel and glass
117Teach us the anthem of the saints[Teach us the anthem of the saints]
118Jesus walks on city streets[Jesus walks on city streets]Audio
120Now it is evening: lights of the city[Now it is evening: lights of the city]Text
121Be still, be still, be still[Be still, be still, be still]
122Leftover people, in leftover places[Leftover people, in leftover places]Text
124Ask and it shall be given unto you[Ask and it shall be given unto you]
141A stranger, starving on the street
142Let streams of living justice flow down upon the earth;
143The church of Christ cannot be bound
144Make straight the way: the city streets
145Summoned by the God who made us
146From the nets of our labourFrom the nets of our labour]
148Build your city on the hill!
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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