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O Christ, who came to share our human life

O Christ, who came to share our human life

Author: Catherine Cameron
Tune: CLIFF TOWN
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Catherine Cameron

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Text Information

First Line: O Christ, who came to share our human life
Author: Catherine Cameron

Tune

CLIFF TOWN

Erik Routley (PHH 31) wrote CLIFF TOWN in 1943 to the text "Not Only for the Goodly Fruit-Trees Tall" by E. S. Armitage; the tune was first published in Congregational Praise (1951). CLIFF TOWN is named after the Congregational Church at Southend-on-Sea, England. It is fitted with a harmonization su…

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Timeline

Instances

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The Hymn Book of the Anglican Church of Canada and the United Church of Canada #251
The Hymnal #d318



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