Calling and Commissioning

  • Eternal God, your love's tremendous glory (StF 3)

    Eternal God, your love's tremendous glory

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  • God, who made the stars of heaven (StF 7)

    God, who made the stars of heaven

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  • Lord, you sometimes speak in wonders (StF 158)

    Lord, you sometimes speak in wonders

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  • When listening prophets dare to speak (StF 163)

    When listening prophets dare to speak

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  • Colours of day dawn into my mind (StF 167)

    Colours of day dawn into my mind

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  • Sent by the Lord am I (StF 239)

    Sent by the Lord am I

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  • Jesus calls us! O'er the tumult (StF 250)

    Jesus calls us! O'er the tumult

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  • All the room was hushed and still (StF 266)

    All the room was hushed and still

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  • Christ, our King before creation (StF 318)

    Christ, our King before creation

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  • Go to the world! Go into all the earth (StF 402)

    Go to the world! Go into all the earth

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  • God's spirit is in my heart (StF 404)

    God's spirit is in my heart

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  • Come with me, come wander, come welcome the world (StF 462)

    Come with me, come wander, come welcome the world

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  • God it was who said to Abraham (StF 464)

    God it was who said to Abraham

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  • Giving it all to you, giving it all to you (StF 551)

    Giving it all to you, giving it all to you

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  • Lord, you have come to the seashore (StF 558)

    Lord, you have come to the seashore

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  • A charge to keep I have (StF 658)

    A charge to keep I have

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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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  • Called by Christ to be disciples (StF 660)

    Called by Christ to be disciples

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  • Give me the faith which can remove (StF 661)

    Give me the faith which can remove and sink the mountain to a plain

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  • Have you heard God's voice; has your heart been stirred? (StF 662)

    Have you heard God's voice; has your heart been stirred?

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  • I, the Lord of sea and sky (StF 663)

    I, the Lord of sea and sky, I have heard my people cry

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  • Lord, you call us to your service (StF 664)

    Lord, you call us to your service

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  • Make us your prophets, Lord (StF 665)

    Make us your prophets, Lord

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  • Master, speak! Thy servant heareth (StF 666)

    Master, speak! Thy servant heareth

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  • O watcher in the wilderness (StF 667)

    O watcher in the wilderness, O Lord of bush and flame

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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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  • The Saviour, when to heaven he rose (StF 669)

    The Saviour, when to heaven he rose, in splendid triumph o'er his foes

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  • We have nothing to give that didn't first come from your hand (StF 670)

    We have nothing to give that didn't first come from your hand

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  • What shall we offer our good Lord (StF 671)

    What shall we offer our good Lord

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  • Where can we find you, Lord Jesus our Master? (StF 672)

    Where can we find you, Lord Jesus our Master?

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  • Will you come and follow me? (StF 673)

    Will you come and follow me if I but call your name?

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  • Would I have answered when you called (StF 674)

    Would I have answered when you called 'Come follow follow me!'

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  • Thuma mina (Send me, Lord) (StF 782)

    Thuma mina (Send me, Lord)

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  • Christ be in my understanding (website only)

    “Christ be in my understanding” by Rachael Prince New on 9 March 2015 - a hymn influenced by celtic traditions for use throughout the day

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  • Dear Lord in heaven, we come as your people (website only)

    “Dear Lord in heaven, we come as your people” by Ken Howcroft New on 20 June 2014 – a hymn to accompany the ordination of presbyters and deacons

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  • Gracious God, you call your people (website only)

    “Gracious God, you call your people” by Michaela Youngson and Nicola Morrison New on 21 August 2014 – written to mark 40 years since the ordination of the first women to the presbyteral ministry of the Methodist Church in Britain

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  • 'I have a dream', a man once said (website only)

    “'I have a dream', a man once said" by Pamela Pettitt New on 27 July 2013 - inspired by Martin Luther King's 1963 "I have a dream" speech

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  • Listen, my people (website only)

    "Listen, my people" by Gillian Collins New on 24 December 2012 - a text that explores the implications of the self-giving to which we commit during the Methodist Covenant Service (transferred from Methodist Church website)

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  • May this place be one of nurture (website only)

    “May this place be one of nurture” by Ally Barrett New on 3 May, 2017 - a hymn reflecting the importance of being attentive to the welfare of children and vulnerable adults in our church life

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  • Moving on - discipleship and removal vans

    Hymns for a time of moving and change

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  • Oyster Shells (website only)

    "Oyster Shells" by Andrew Pratt and Barbara Honeyball Young New on February 7, 2012

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  • We do not look for angel choirs (website only)

    “We do not look for angel choirs" by Gareth Hill New on 19 November 2013 - a hymn for the Christmas season that speaks to our sense of Christian commitment throughout the year

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  • When our futures are uncertain (website only)

    “When our futures are uncertain” by Adrian Low New on 10 March 2015 - reflecting the life and example of the disciple Thomas

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  • Who is this, whose face shines brighter (website only)

    “Who is this, whose face shines brighter” by Vince Gilbert New on 8 July 2015 - a hymn that takes the mountain-top transfiguration of Jesus as the focal point for reflecting on Jesus' life and example

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  • You call us, as you called the Twelve (website only)

    “You call us, as you called the twelve” by Sue McCoan and Matthew Prevett New on 24 February 2014 - a hymn about God's desire to invite all people into the tasks of discipleship, whatever their character, gifts or background.

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