Vaughan Williams, Ralph

  • Sing of a God in majestic divinity (StF 13)

    Sing of a God in majestic divinity

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  • O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness (StF 34)

    O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness

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  • From all that dwell below the skies (StF 75)

    From all that dwell below the skies

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  • All creatures of our God and King (StF 99)

    All creatures of our God and King

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  • God of Eve and God of Mary (StF 119)

    God of Eve and God of Mary

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  • God, whose farm is all creation (StF 122)

    God, whose farm is all creation

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  • Come, let us with our Lord arise (StF 148)

    Come, let us with our Lord arise

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  • Your words to me are life and health (StF 164)

    Your words to me are life and health

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  • Cradled in a manger, meanly (StF 197i)

    Cradled in a manger, meanly

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  • O little town of Bethlehem (StF 213)

    O little town of Bethlehem

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  • The silent stars shine down on us (StF 231)

    The silent stars shine down on us

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  • Jesus comes with all his grace (StF 326)

    Jesus comes with all his grace

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  • Come down, O Love divine (StF 372)

    Come down, O Love divine

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  • The Church of Christ, in every age (StF 415)

    The Church of Christ, in every age

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  • Deep in the shadows of the past (StF 463)

    Deep in the shadows of the past

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  • Who would true valour see (StF 486)

    Who would true valour see, let him come hither

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  • Help us, O Lord, to learn (StF 501)

    Help us, O Lord, to learn the truths your word imparts

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  • Father, hear the prayer we offer (StF 518)

    Father, hear the prayer we offer

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  • Eternal God, we praise your love (StF 534)

    Eternal God, we praise your love

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  • God, whose love is all around us (StF 585)

    God, whose love is all around us

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  • Let all mortal flesh keep silence (StF 591)

    Let all mortal flesh keep silence

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  • As dawn awakes another day (StF 659)

    As dawn awakes another day, the working sphere rolls into view

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  • Teach me, my God and King, in all things thee to see (StF 668)

    Teach me, my God and King, in all things thee to see

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  • For all the saints who from their labours rest (StF 745)

    For all the saints who from their labours rest

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  • Son of God humiliated (website only)

    "Son of God humiliated" by Andrew T. Murphy - a hymn for Good Friday and Passiontide New on 14 February, 2012

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  • The folk-song of the Church

    Why should we use traditional folk melodies in our worship? Popular hymn writer John Bell has a few suggestions.

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