This children’s hymn focuses on the Star of Bethlehem, wondering what kind of special person the baby will be. It underscores children’s well-being.
A song for children that describes how Jesus would be a gift to the world in many ways.
A hymn written especially for the celebration of infant and adult baptisms. All are called to sacred tasks. Three verses.
Celebrating a congregation’s anniversary, this hymn proclaims its historic missions: to welcome strangers, teach, offer care, and do social justice work.
In five verses, this hymn portrays Jesus inviting all persons to join him in the journey of discipleship.
Three versions describe different ways of becoming and supporting friends, especially to oppose bullying. One describes Christian witnessing.
A song, with a beautiful tune, recounting Jesus’ sending his disciples, his friends, to spread the good news of God’s accepting yet demanding love.
This hymn urges all, but especially young people, to make the most of the time they have to make a difference.
The text and dance-like tune emphasize Jesus’ table is open to all, underscored by the refrain’s paired opposites.
The song recalls Jesus’ imperative to visit those in prison, then proposes we, like Paul, free others from various prisons.
The hymn images how frightened disciples were comforted by Christ in the upper room with the Last Supper experience.
Each verse of this post-Easter hymn makes a reference to post-resurrection appearances of the risen Christ.
For Pentecost, Palm Sunday or other Sundays when those confirmed affirm their baptismal vows and as disciples, bring “salt and light” to others.