Jack Copley Winslow

Short Name: Jack Copley Winslow
Full Name: Winslow, Jack Copley, 1882-1974
Birth Year: 1882
Death Year: 1974

John (Jack) Copley Winslow (b. Hanworth, Middlesex, England, 1882; d. Godalming, Surrey, England, 1974)Winslow was educated at Balliol College in Oxford and Wells Theological College, and was ordained a priest in the Church of England in 1908. After serving at Wimbledon and lecturing at St. Augustine's College in Canterbury, he worked as a missionary in India (1914-1934). He returned to England and served as parish priest and chaplain at a number of churches, including Lee Abbey in Lynton (1948-1962). His publications include The Church in Action (1936), The Christian Approach to the Hindus (1958), and Modern Miracles (1968). His hymns were published in Hymns Ancient and Modern (1950) as well as in various other hymnals.

Psalter Hymnal Handbook, 1987

Texts by Jack Copley Winslow (7)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
Brother on me rest Thy handJack C. Winslow (Tr. (adapted to music))English2
Come, sing the praise of JesusJack Copley Winslow (Author)English4
Grant me to give to men what they desireJohn Copley Winslow (Author)4
Lord of all power, I give you my willJack C. Winslow, 1882-1974 (Author)English7
Lord of creation, to you be all praiseJack Copley Winslow (1882-1974) (Author)English15
Lord of lords and King eternalJack Copley Winslow, 1882-1974 (Author)English5
When all the world to life is wakingJack Copley Winslow (Author)English2

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