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Father, in whom thy saints are one

Father, in whom thy saints are one

Author: G. B. Timms, 1910-1997
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: G. B. Timms, 1910-1997

Full name George Boorne Timms Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Father, in whom thy saints are one
Author: G. B. Timms, 1910-1997
Source: Freely based on Latin hymns for All Saints
Language: English
Copyright: Permission granted by Canterbury Press Norwich


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The New English Hymnal #196a
The New English Hymnal #196b