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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
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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

Hymn of the Risen Christ

Hymnal: Together in Song #359 (1999) Topics: Celebration of Faith First Line: Christ our passover has been sacrificed for us Refrain First Line: Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia Scripture: 1 Corinthians 5:7-8 Languages: English Tune Title: EASTER ANTHEM

God of Wonders

Author: Marc Byrd; Steve Hindalong Hymnal: Worship and Song #3034 (2011) Meter: Irregular with refrain Topics: Celebration; Celebration First Line: Lord of all creation Refrain First Line: God of wonders beyond our galaxy Scripture: Psalm 8:1 Languages: English Tune Title: GOD OF WONDERS
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Sing to Celebrate the City

Author: Shirley Erena Murray Hymnal: Worship in the city #69 (2015) Topics: Celebration City First Line: Sing to celebrate the city! Lyrics: 1. Sing to celebrate the city!sing the lives of people there,sing the work of skill and beauty,all who serve and all who care;in the dictates of the dollar,in the systems where we live,find the currency of kindness,eyes to smile and hearts to give.2. We who are the city’s traffic,driving, driven, keeping pace,name the God who makes us neighbours,gives our faith a human face:in the workplace of God’s people,in the high-rise and the homeour agenda is for justicechanging lives for good to come.3. Celebrate the art of living!every colour, every sport,every culture’s dance and music,every truth that love has taught.Be for God within our city,life and loving are not priced:light the light of joyful worship,set the table for the Christ!(alternative last four lines)Sing to celebrate the city!Sing the lives of people there,sing the work of skill and beautyall who serve and all who care. Languages: English
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Enter into Jerusalem

Author: Richard Ho Lung Hymnal: Lead Me, Guide Me (2nd ed.) #679 (2012) Topics: Celebration First Line: Enter into Jerusalem, let us go to God's house Refrain First Line: We go celebrate, we go celebrate Lyrics: 1 Enter into Jerusalem, let us go to God's house With the healthy and the sick, with the worker and the weak, Let us go to God's house. Enter into Jerusalem, let us go to God's house, Come and run with the wind and the God who reigns in peace, Let us go to God's house. Refrain: We go celebrate, we go celebrate, we go celebrate, oh, Israel! Praise the name of the Lord on high, praise his name in song. Praise the Lord with a heav'nly song, with a heav'nly song, with a heav'nly song, praise the Lord. 2 Enter into Jerusalem, *mek we walk down there, With the young and the old, with the little and the large, Mek we walk down there. Enter into Jerusalem, mek we walk down there, Swaying to the breeze with the God who reigns in peace, Mek we walk down there. [Refrain] 3 Enter into Jerusalem, let us go to God's house With your papa and your mama, with your uncle and your aunt, Let us go to God's house. Enter into Jerusalem, let us go to God's house, Run and catch the breeze with the God who reigns in peace. Let us go to God's house. [Refrain] * mek = make Scripture: Psalm 122:1-2 Tune Title: [Enter into Jerusalem]

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