We don't often ask for money. Just twice a year. This is one of those times. 

So, please, before you hit the "close" button on this box, would you consider a donation to keep Hymnary.org going? 

In April 2020, according to Google Analytics, our Hymnary website had roughly 1.5 million sessions from approximately 1 million users. Both numbers were up 40% from April 2019. Amazing. And what a blessing! But it is expensive to serve all of these people -- worship leaders, hymnologists, hymn lovers and more -- people like you who love hymns.

And we have limited sources of revenue. This fund drive is one critical source. 

So if you benefit from Hymnary.org, would you please consider a donation today? Even small amounts help, and they also let us know you're behind us and support what we do. 

You can make your tax-deductible contribution by sending a check to Hymnary.org at 3201 Burton SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546, or you can click the Donate button below. 

On behalf of the entire Hymnary.org team,
Harry Plantinga

Francis A. Clark

Short Name: Francis A. Clark
Full Name: Clark, Francis A.
Hymnary.org does not have biographical information about this person.

Texts by Francis A. Clark (54)sort descendingAsInstances
All my doubts and fears I take to JesusF. A. Clark (Author)2
All the busy worldF. A. Clark (Author)2
Away on the mountain so barren and steepF. A. Clark (Author)3
Beautiful lilies of EasterF. A. Clark (Author)2
Blessed bells of EasterF. A. Clark (Author)2
Carry the sunshine, heavenly sunshineF. A. Clark (Author)3
Christmas bells are ringing, ringing over land and seaF. A. Clark (Author)2
Come, with your sins to Christ the LordF. A. Clark (Author)2
Draw me nearer, blessed Savior, closer to thy sideF. A. Clark (Author)2
From the fields and meadowsF. A. Clark (Author)2
Hail, all hail, Hail, all hail, Easter's hereF. A. Clark (Author)2
Hail with joy the comingF. A. Clark (Author)2
Hark, the happy birdsF. A. Clark (Author)2
I am going some dayF. A. Clark (Author)2
In the eastern heavensF. A. Clark (Author)2
Is there any room at the cross for meF. A. Clark (Author)2
It's a different worldF. A. Clark (Author)2
Jesus is calling, hear his accents sweetF. A. Clark (Author)2
Jesus, my Savior, leads meF. A. Clark (Author)3
Just you and Jesus can make it all rightF. A. Clark (Author)2
Marching, we are marchingF. A. Clark (Author)1
Now the shadows softlyF. A. Clark (Author)2
O what blessed peace and comfortF. A. Clark (Author)2
O where is the boy I love tonightF. A. Clark (Author)2
On a starry Christmas nightF. A. Clark (Author)2
Once again with joyfulF. A. Clark (Author)2
Only a tiny little birdF. A. Clark (Author)2
Only believing, I found sweet restF. A. Clark (Author)2
Open the gates of EasterF. A. Clark (Author)2
Out on the highway of sorrow and sinF. A. Clark (Author)3
Peace like a river abideth withinF. A. Clark (Author)2
Shining with a wondrous gleamingF. A. Clark (Author)2
Silent night, peaceful night (Clark)F. A. Clark (Author)2
Thankful voices raiseF. A. Clark (Author)2
The Savior is calling sinnerF. A. Clark (Author)2
There is joy in my heart, like a riverF. A. Clark (Author)3
There is no one like JesusF. A. Clark (Author)2
There's a new song I am singing todayF. A. Clark (Author)3
They followed the lightF. A. Clark (Author)2
Toil on, O servants of the MasterF. A. Clark (Author)2
'Twas a wonderful nightF. A. Clark (Author)2
Under his wing I've found a sweet restF. A. Clark (Author)2
We are passing swiftly onwardF. A. Clark (Author)2
When I am done with the ills of lifeF. A. Clark (Author)2
When I am sad and lonelyF. A. Clark (Author)2
When I've finished my workF. A. Clark (Author)2
When the billows all around me rollF. A. Clark (Author)2
When the first bright gleamF. A. Clark (Author)2
When the storms of life assail youF. A. Clark (Author)2
When with trials I am pressedF. A. Clark (Author)2
When you hear the birdsF. A. Clark (Author)2
Wonderful, wonderful message of loveF. A. Clark (Author)2
Would you have happiness reign in your heartF. A. Clark (Author)2
You will never find a friend like JesusF. A. Clark (Author)2
Suggestions or corrections? Contact us


It looks like you are using an ad-blocker. Ad revenue helps keep us running. Please consider white-listing Hymnary.org or subscribing to eliminate ads entirely and help support Hymnary.org.