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Hopeless to help in this violence

Hopeless to help in this violence, this crisis

Author: Andrew Pratt (2015)
Tune: VICAR
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Andrew Pratt

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Text Information

First Line: Hopeless to help in this violence, this crisis
Title: Hopeless to help in this violence
Author: Andrew Pratt (2015)
Meter: 11.10.11.10
Language: English
Notes: This hymn may be reproduced and used in worship from http://www.umcdiscipleship.org/resources/hopeless-to-help-in-this-violence
Copyright: © 2015 Andrew Pratt

Tune

VICAR

GENEVAN 12 (or DONNE SECOURS, see 12) was the tune originally selected for the text for singing at the Evanston Assembly. That tune is set to the Harkness text in many hymnals. V. Earle Copes (PHH 302) composed VICAR in 1963 as a setting for Harkness's text for inclusion in the American Methodist Hy…

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Instances

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Discipleship Ministries Collection #23

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