The Communion Hymn

Author: Kristyn Getty

Kristyn Getty (b. May 22, 1980) is a world-renowned modern hymn writer. Kristyn studied English Literature at Queen’s University of Belfast. She writes and performs with her husband, Keith Getty, and they regularly tour the United States and the United Kingdom. Laura de Jong Go to person page >

Author: Stuart Townend

Stuart Townend (b. 1963) grew up in West Yorkshire, England, the youngest son of an Anglican vicar. He started learning piano at a young age, and began writing music at age 22. He has produced albums for Keith Routledge and Vinesong, among many others, and has also released eight solo albums to date. Some of his better-known songs include “How Deep the Father’s Love,” “The King of Love,” and “The Power of the Cross.” He continues to work closely with friends Keith and Kristyn Getty, and is currently a worship leader in Church of Christ the King in Brighton, where he lives with wife Caroline, and children Joseph, Emma and Eden. Laura de Jong Go to person page >

Author: Keith Getty

Keith Getty (b. December 16, 1974) is a world-renowned modern hymn writer. Keith developed a passion for writing good songs for the church in his twenties, and began writing for his small Baptist church. He writes and performs with his wife, Kristyn and they regularly tour the United States and the United Kingdom. (Also known as Julian Keith Getty) Laura de Jong Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Behold the Lamb who bears our sins away
Title: The Communion Hymn
Author: Kristyn Getty
Author: Stuart Townend
Author: Keith Getty
Meter: Irregular
Language: English
Copyright: © Copyright 2006 Thankyou Music (PRS)(admin. worldwide by EMI CMG Publishing excluding Europe which is admin. by kinswaysongs.com). /Mail Train Music (admin. by Fun Attic Music).

Timeline

Instances

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Ancient and Modern #427

Baptist Hymnal 2008 #404

Contemporary Songs for Worship #27

Audio

Lift Up Your Hearts #840

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