It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without this hymn. I know I’ve been singing it, and hearing it sung, for every Thanksgiving for as long as I can remember.
We Gather Together–performed by the Sanctuary Choir at the First United Methodist Church in Houston, Texas.
We don’t have any hymn requests yet today, so I fall back on my store of favorites. This is one of them–Come Thou Almighty King, sung by the Sanctuary Choir at First Methodist Church, Houston.
I love this hymn, I can’t resist it. And I never heard this lively approach to it before, so why not post it?
Jesus Saves–performed by the Sanctuary Choir at the First Methodist Church, Houston.
This hymn has been on my mind lately, so I thought I’d better post it–Christ for the World We Sing, here performed by the Sanctuary Choir at First United Methodist Downtown, in Houston, Texas.
Hey out there–if you’ve got a favorite hymn you’d like to share, there’s no time like the present to make a hymn request. Just leave a comment anywhere and we’ll do the rest.
I was thinking of this hymn, these past few days. Back in Sunday school, when we were introduced to the adult hymnal used in the regular church services, this was the first hymn that they had us sing. We had kind of an odd hymnal, though, with melodies you never heard in other churches: so I couldn’t find There’s a Wideness in God’s Mercy with the melody that I remembered.
Sung here by the Sanctuary Choir.