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Welcome song

We are here in Sunday school

Author: Florence Hoatson
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Florence Hoatson

Hoatson, Florence Mary. b. Leyton, east London, 13 Oct 1881; d. Micheldean, Gloucestershire, 28 Jan 1964. She was the daughter of a Congregational minister; she spent part of her childhood in Christchurch, New Zealand and Melbourne, Australia. She was a teacher, specializing in infant and primary school teaching, although for a short period (1917-20) she worked for the National Sunday School Union at its Cardiff office. Her books: The Palace of Gifts Primary Stories (1925) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: We are here in Sunday school
Title: Welcome song
Author: Florence Hoatson
Refrain First Line: Come, children, welcome