Our Great Redeemer's Praise:
A Hymnal for All God's People

A New Hymnal for a New Day

This 800-page comprehensive collection includes:

  • 675 hymns for the entire church year
  • A rich treasury of hymns by Charles and John Wesley
  • Wesleyan themes of prevenient, justifying, and sanctifying grace
  • Classic favorite hymns and contemporary selections across the breadth of church history
  • Baptism and Holy Communion liturgies
  • Service music for various occasions
  • A rich collection of creeds, prayers, and benedictions
  • A selection of metrical psalter hymns
  • Hymns organized around the twelve articles of the Apostles’ Creed

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Due to supply chain issues, frequency of reprints, and choices of color, quantities may be limited.

Contains 675 hymns including:

  • Hymns for the entire church year
  • A rich treasury of hymns by Charles and John Wesley
  • Wesleyan themes of prevenient, justifying, and sanctifying grace
  • Classic favorite hymns and contemporary selections across the breadth of church history

Liturgical elements include:

  • Baptism and Holy Communion liturgies
  • Service music for various occasions
  • A rich collection of creeds, prayers, and benedictions
  • A selection of metrical psalter hymns
  • Hymns organized around the twelve articles of the Apostles’ Creed

Wesleyan-related worship traditions incorporated in the collection:
The Wesleyan Church, Church of the Nazarene, The United Methodist Church, the Global Methodist Church AME, AMEZ, CME, Church of God in Christ, Free Methodist Church, Church of God-Cleveland, Church of God-Anderson, the Salvation Army, Christian and Missionary Alliance, Anglican.

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“Few things can be more pleasing to the Lord than a congregation, with one heart and one voice, praising His holy name.”

—Francis Asbury and Thomas Coke, 1797