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A Woman and a Coin – The Coin Is Lost

A woman and a coin — the coin is lost!

Author: Jaroslav J. Vajda
Published in 4 hymnals

Audio files: Recording

Author: Jaroslav J. Vajda

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Text Information

First Line: A woman and a coin — the coin is lost!
Title: A Woman and a Coin – The Coin Is Lost
Author: Jaroslav J. Vajda
Language: English
Copyright: © 1990 Jaroslav J. Vajda

Notes

This hymn, and the tune NYGREN, was commissioned by the First Presbyterian Church of Champaign, IL upon the retirement of their longtime pastor, Malcolm E Nygren. This was his first church following ordination, where he served first as associate pastor, then as senior pastor, for 39 years until his retirement. Melinda Pierce (daughter)

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Instances

Instances (1 - 4 of 4)

Chalice Hymnal #74

Text InfoAudio

Glory to God #173

Hymns of Truth & Light #77

Voices United #360

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