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Sing a song of celebration (We will dance)

Author: David Ruis Hymnal: Complete Mission Praise #930 (1999) Topics: Living the Christian Life Celebration First Line: Sing a song of celebration Refrain First Line: Oh, we will dance on the streets that are golden Languages: English Tune Title: [Sing a song of celebration]

Sing a Song of Celebration

Author: Jack Brown Hymnal: One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism #345 (2018) Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Topics: The Celebration of the Gospel Story Easter Languages: English Tune Title: HYMN TO JOY

New Songs of Celebration

Author: Erik Routley, 1917-1982 Hymnal: Worship (3rd ed.) #533 (1986) Meter: 9.8.9.8 D Topics: Celebration First Line: New songs of celebration render Scripture: Psalm 98 Languages: English Tune Title: RENDEZ À DIEU

Now the Feast and Celebration

Author: Marty Haugen, b. 1950 Hymnal: RitualSong #853 (1996) Topics: Celebration First Line: Now is the feast of the Lamb once slain Scripture: Revelation 5:11-13 Languages: English Tune Title: [Now is the feast of the Lamb once slain]

How wonderful

Author: Dave Bilbrough Hymnal: Complete Mission Praise #849 (1999) Topics: Living the Christian Life Celebration First Line: Let celebration echo through this land Refrain First Line: How wonderful, how glorious Languages: English Tune Title: [Let celebration echo through this land]
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Rural Celebration

Author: L. G. Pray Hymnal: The Boston Sunday School Hymn Book #175 (1844) Topics: Rural Celebration First Line: Come, when the leaves are greenest Languages: English
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Rural Celebration

Author: R. Stone Hymnal: The Boston Sunday School Hymn Book #176 (1844) Topics: Rural Celebration First Line: Ye friends of youth, who stand around Languages: English
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Rural Celebration

Author: Francis Brown Hymnal: The Boston Sunday School Hymn Book #178 (1844) Topics: Rural Celebration First Line: Our Father, nature's God Languages: English
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Rural Celebration

Hymnal: The Boston Sunday School Hymn Book #179 (1844) Topics: Rural Celebration First Line: Here we meet with joy together Languages: English

In the presence of your people

Author: Brent Chambers, 1948- Hymnal: Together in Song #727 (1999) Topics: Celebration of Faith Scripture: Psalm 22 Languages: English Tune Title: CELEBRATION SONG

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