Favourite Hymns

OK, in an attempt to get us all to chill out (and to see how many people actually read this), a non controversial topic.

What’s your favourite hymn or worship song? Simply give us the name of the hymn and, if possible, stick in your comment the URL to a version on Youtube. The commenting system will then magically put the video in your comment and we can share your joy.

Carping and criticising other people’s choice is strictly forbidden. Let’s share the love!

My choice? Alleluia, Sing to Jesus – a combination of superb Christology and precise Sacramentology. Go Dix!

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  • http://twitter.com/davidould David Ould

    Can I add another?

    The Day thou gavest Lord, is ended.

    • Tom Jones

      I agree. Evening hymns are particularly soothing to the spirit, as Guglilmo’s Resta Con Noi, Signore, La Sera well exemplifies.

    • James McLaren

      Works even better if you do it to the tune of The Internationale.

      Mind you, We rest on thee… works better to the tune of the Horst Wessel Lied, proving eloquently that God is above politics and has a nice sense of humour.

  • cerebusboy

    Can we have Jerusalem? Come on, it’s theological, da bomb, and even better than the UK’s more ‘official anthems’!

    • http://www.peter-ould.net Peter Ould

      I suspect you’re just not taking this seriously.

      • cerebusboy

        Come on, name ONE other name on this thread who’s ahead of William Blake in the artistic canon?

  • James McLaren

    Proper hymns, eh? Mine would be How shall I sing that majesty to Ken Naylor’s tune Coe Fen.

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