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GIA Protestant Hymnals and Supplements

African American Heritage Hymnal
The unique style and performance practice of the African American Church-heretofore handed down from generation to generation by oral tradition-has now been codified in print. A highly qualified committee of more than thirty Black pastors and church musicians has worked for eight years to compile and edit this collection, taking great care to notate traditional hymns the way they are actually sung in African American churches. Learn More

 

 

 

 

Hymns for a Pilgrim People
Assembled by a team of Congregationalists for Congregational churches, Hymns for a Pilgrim People will serve your church for many years to come. Unite with your sister churches across the globe by worshiping with a Congregational hymnal that:
* Celebrates the diversity of Christian hymnody
* Includes many of the best-loved traditional hymns
* Recognizes Congregational hymn writers of the past and present
* Includes all 150 Psalms with musical and speaking options

This new hymnal includes traditional hymns along with gospel songs, praise songs, new hymns, spirituals, contemporary songs, and children’s songs. Learn More

 

 

 

Our Growing Years Hymnal
Ministers and pastoral caregivers of all Christian denominations simply must consider this hymnal for retirement communities, Our Growing Years. This first-ever hymnal serves the unique needs of retirement communities where Christians from various traditions worship and pray together in an ecumenical setting, many on a daily basis. This hymnal includes the best-loved hymns of all time in a lightweight, large, clear print formula. An ecumenical worship service, morning and evening prayer, and a fine selection of prayers complete this hymnal for some of our various churches' most devout members and best singers-the senior citizens. Learn More

 

 

 

Hymnal Supplement 1991 (Lutheran)
This helpful worship resource contains 140 hymns, psalms, and liturgical settings written in the fifteen years previous, as well as classic resources, that will enlarge and enrich the parish's hymnic repertory. Marty Haugen's contemporary-style Now the Feast and Celebration communion liturgy is also included. Authors and composers include Jacques Berthier (Taize), Joseph Gelineau, Fred Pratt Green, David Haas, Marty Haugen, Richard Hillert, David Hurd, Michael Joncas, Richard Proulx, Carl Schalk, Timothy Dudley-Smith, Jaraslov Vajda, Brian Wren, and numerous others. Learn More

 

Hymns for the Gospels
Ever since the development of the three-year Sunday Lectionary, gifted hymn writers have blessed the church with a prolific outpouring of new strophic hymn texts based upon the gospels. Collaborators W. Thomas Smith (former executive director of the Hymn Society) and Robert J. Batastini (past president of the Hymn Society) have combed this extensive repertoire in search of the best of these new hymns. They have been compiled a collection that raises the "hymn of the day" concept to a new height. Learn More

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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