COME ALL YOU PEOPLE (BK)

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John L. Bell

40 shorter songs for worship (1)

Wee songs, chants, responses, choruses (call them what you will) from the WGWG stable and the world Church. The book has sections on the different elements or parts of the liturgy: Gathering, Praise, Confession, The Word of God, Concern, Gratitude & Communion, with suggestions for the songs’ best use. Easy to sing, very flexible and effective in large & church gatherings, having proved their worth in Benedictine abbeys, psychiatric units, and Glasgow living rooms.

Includes 10 Deadly Threats & Solemn Warnings, this latter being useful hints on how to (as well as how not to) use the songs.

A CD by the Wild Goose Worship Group containing 22 songs & readings is also available.

 

(1995)

96 pages

ISBN  0-978988-68-5

 

Contents 

GATHERING
Come all you people (Uyai mose)
Come, Holy Spirit
Come, Holy Spirit, descend on us
Heaven and earth

PRAISE
Now let us sing
Laudate omnes gentes
From the rising of the sun

CONFESSION
Jesus Christ, Son of God
Kyrie elelson (1)
Kyrie elelson (2)
Kyrie eleison (3)
O Lord our God (Ya Tuhanku)

ACCLAMATION
Gloria (1)
Gloria (2)
Gloria (3)

THE WORD OF GOD
Send out your light
Deus de Deo
Word of the Father
Veni Immanuel
I am the vine
Behold the Lamb of God (1)
Behold the Lamb of God (2)
Wonder and store
Agnus Dei
Alleluia (1)
Alleluia (2)
Here I stand
Pour out, I will pour out

CONCERN
Lord, to whom shall we go?
Through our lives and by our prayers
Lord, in your mercy
Miserere nobis
Dona nobis pacem in terra
Listen, Lord
Don’t be afraid
Kumbaya

GRATITUDE
O bless the Lord
Let the giving of thanks
Glory and gratitude and praise

LEAVING
Behold, I make all things new
For yours is the kingdom
Take, O take me as I am
Amen

A COMMUNION SETTING
Kyrie eleison (St Bride setting)
Sanctus and Benedictus (St Bride setting)
Agnus Del (St Bride setting)

1 review for COME ALL YOU PEOPLE (BK)

  1. Gordon Appleton (RSCM)

    “These small songs in harmony are meeting a real need – especially in smaller churches with limited musical resources.” – GORDON APPLETON (RSCM)

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