Commitment/Dedication

  • Light of the world, you stepped down into darkness (StF 175)

    Light of the world, you stepped into darkness

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

    Jesus calls us! O'er the tumult

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  • Breathe on me, Breath of God (StF 370i)

    Breathe on me, Breath of God

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  • Breathe on me, Breath of God (StF 370ii)

    Breathe on me, Breath of God

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  • Breathe on me, Spirit of Jesus (StF 371)

    Breathe on me, Spirit of Jesus

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  • Spirit of the living God (StF 395)

    Spirit of the living God, fall afresh on me

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  • Show me the way of the cross once again (StF 452)

    Show me the way of the cross once again

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  • As the deer pants for the water (StF 544)

    As the deer pants for the water, so my soul longs after you

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  • Be thou my vision, O Lord of my heart (StF 545)

    Be thou my vision, O Lord of my heart

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  • Behold the servant of the Lord! (StF 546)

    Behold the servant of the Lord!

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  • Beyond these walls of worship (StF 547)

    Beyond these walls of worship, in the stress and joy of life

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  • Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine (StF 548)

    Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine

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  • Come, let us use the grace divine (StF 549)

    Come, let us use the grace divine

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  • Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go (StF 550)

    Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go

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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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  • Here am I, Lord (StF 552)

    Here am I, Lord, I've come to do your will

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  • I am a new creation (StF 553)

    I am a new creation, no more in condemnation

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  • In this place, with God's word (StF 554)

    In this place, with God's word, what we've hoped is now made true

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  • Jesus, all for Jesus (StF 555)

    Jesus, all for Jesus; all I am and have and ever hope to be

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  • Just as I am, without one plea (StF 556i)

    Just as I am, without one plea

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  • Just as I am, without one plea (StF 556ii)

    Just as I am, without one plea

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  • Just as I am, without one plea (StF 556iii)

    Just as I am, without one plea

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  • Let him to whom we now belong (StF 557)

    Let him to whom we now belong

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

    Lord, you have come to the seashore

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  • Lord, you have my heart (StF 559)

    Lord, you have my heart and I will search for yours

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  • My eyes be open to your presence (StF 560)

    My eyes be open to your presence

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  • Now I have found the ground wherein (StF 561)

    Now I have found the ground wherein sure my soul's anchor may remain

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  • O God, what offering shall I give (StF 562)

    O God, what offering shall I give

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  • O Jesus, I have promised (StF 563i)

    O Jesus, I have promised to serve you to the end

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  • O Jesus, I have promised (StF 563ii)

    O Jesus, I have promised to serve you to the end

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  • O thou who camest from above (StF 564i)

    O thou who camest from above

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  • O thou who camest from above (StF 564ii)

    O thou who camest from above

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  • Only by grace can we enter (StF 565)

    Only by grace can we enter

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  • Take my life, and let it be (StF 566i)

    Take my life, and let it be consecrated, Lord, to thee

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  • Take my life, and let it be (StF 566ii)

    Take my life, and let it be consecrated, Lord, to thee

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  • You are the centre (StF 567)

    You are the centre, you are my life

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  • Lord Jesus Christ, you have come to us (StF 594)

    Lord Jesus Christ, you have come to us

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  • A Hymn for New Year (website only)

    "This day is a day of both prayer and praising" by Andrew Pratt New on 24 December 2012 - a hymn of hope, praise and divine vision for the future, suitable for singing at the turn of the year (transferred from Methodist Church website)

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  • A prize that won't perish (website only)

    "A prize that won't perish" by Dominic Grant New on 18 July, 2012 - a new Olympic hymn

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  • Beatitude (Blessed are the poor in Spirit) (website only)

    “Beatitude” by Kimberley Rayson New on 24 September 2018 - setting of words from the Gospel of Matthew

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  • Covenant of Grace (website only)

    “Covenant of Grace” ("I am no longer mine but yours") by Barbara Honeyball Young New on 23 March, 2017 - a setting of the Methodist Covenant Prayer

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  • God who sets us on a journey (website only)

    "God who sets us on a journey" by Joy Dine New on 13 February 2013 - a hymn about journeying with God, suitable for Lent and times of upheaval and change

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  • In this house all people will be welcome (website only)

    “In this house all people will be welcome” by Paul McDermott New on 16 November 2015 – a hymn about transforming a church of welcome into lives of service

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  • Just as we are (website only)

    "Just as we are" by Gillian Collins New on 24 December 2012 - a hymn of recommitment, Gillian Collins' words are well suited to use during a Covenant Service (transferred from Methodist Church website)

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  • Lift high the banner of these games (website only)

    "Lift high the banner of these games" by Andrew Pratt New on 28 June, 2012

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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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  • Saint George - more than dragons

    Exploring hymns that speak of England's patron saint

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  • The Widow's Mite - a hymn question

    What hymns to sing to accompany one of Jesus' most familiar observations?

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  • The witnesses are watching (website only)

    "The witnesses are watching" by Andrew Pratt New on 20 April, 2012 (transferred from Methodist Church website)

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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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