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Thanks Be to God, Whose Church on Earth

Thanks be to God, whose church on earth

Author: Caryl Micklem (1977)
Tune: GALILEE (Armes)
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Caryl Micklem

The Revd Thomas Caryl Micklem (1 August 1925 – 2 June 2003) was an English minister in the Congregational and United Reformed churches, hymn writer and religious broadcaster. Micklem was born in Oxford into a family steeped in nonconformist tradition, and was educated at Mill Hill School and New College, Oxford. He was accredited a minister of the Congregational Church in 1949 and ordained in 1952. He served at congregations in Oundle, Banstead, Kensington and Oxford. As a hymn writer, he was as skilled at composing tunes as he was in writing words. One of his best known hymns is "Give to me, Lord, a thankful heart", included in New Church Praise (1975) and "Rejoice and Sing" (1991). Micklem was on the board of compilers for both pu… Go to person page >

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First Line: Thanks be to God, whose church on earth
Title: Thanks Be to God, Whose Church on Earth
Author: Caryl Micklem (1977)
Meter: 8.8.8.8
Language: English
Copyright: Used by permission

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Rejoice in the Lord #426

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