Epiphany to Jesus's Baptism

  • A special star, a special star (StF 223)

    A special star, a special star

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  • As with gladness men of old (StF 224)

    As with gladness men of old

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  • Bethlehem, of noblest cities (StF 225)

    Bethlehem, of noblest cities

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  • Birth brings a promise of new life awaking (StF 226)

    Birth brings a promise of new life awaking

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  • Brightest and best of the sons of the morning (StF 227)

    Brightest and best of the sons of the morning

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  • Hail to the Lord's Anointed (StF 228)

    Hail to the Lord's Anointed

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  • Mary and Joseph came to the temple (StF 229)

    Mary and Joseph came to the temple

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  • Riding out across the desert (StF 230)

    Riding out across the desert

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

    The silent stars shine down on us

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  • Through long years of watchful waiting (StF 232)

    Through long years of watchful waiting

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  • When Jesus came to Jordan (StF 233)

    When Jesus came to Jordan

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  • Crashing waters at creation (StF 376)

    Crashing waters at creation

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  • How hard was that journey (website only)

    “How hard was that journey” by Paul Thompson New on 8 July 2015 – a carol for Christmas and Epiphany with a memorable tune also by Paul

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  • Light out of darkness (website only)

    “Light out of darkness” by Alan Hinton New on 30 October 2012 (transferred from Methodist Church website) - reflecting John 1:1-28

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  • The name of Jesus (website only)

    “The name of Jesus” by Mary Rose Jensen New on 3 March 2016 – a hymn exploring the implications of the name Jesus in scripture

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  • We cannot bear the full light of your glory (website only)

    "We cannot bear the full light of your glory" by Andrew Brown New on 20 June 2014 – a hymn about the mystery of God and our limited understanding of God's will

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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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  • We three kings of Orient are (website only)

    “We three kings of Orient are” by John Henry Hopkins New on 23 January 2018 – re-visiting an old favourite

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