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[May the God of all healing enfold us in love]

[May the God of all healing enfold us in love]

Composer: Jayne Southwick Cool
Published in 1 hymnal


Composer: Jayne Southwick Cool

Jayne Southwick Cool (b. 1947) is a poet and composer/arranger of hymns, works for brass, woodwinds, handbells, organ, piano, and mixed and children’s choirs. She is retired from the position of Director of Music at Bethel Lutheran Church in Middleburg Heights, OH, where she served as organist and choir director for fifteen years and worked in children’s music ministry for over twenty five years. She has taught classroom music and directed bands and choirs in both public and parochial schools. She was a private instructor on French horn for years. She served on the Worship Committee of The Northeastern Ohio Synod of the ELCA for six years (three as chairperson). She holds a Bachelor of Music Education degree from Baldwin-Wallace Conser… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Composer: Jayne Southwick Cool
Key: F Major
Copyright: © 2003 Augsburg Fortress

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Evangelical Lutheran Worship #220

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