Preview the Hymnal

O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing
Joyful Joyful We Adore Thee


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For many years there has been need for the publishing of a hymnal that represents the full scope of John and Charles Wesley’s theological heritage. Our Great Redeemer’s Praise has been curated by and for the church as a resource for proclaiming glory to God and expressing the full account of scriptural Christianity. This hymnal is a monumental work, drawing together the common doctrinal foundations and broad worship traditions of Wesleyanism. Leaders from across the spectrum of these traditions were consulted in the assembly of the hymnal.

This hymnal also includes liturgical components such as creeds, prayers, and sacramental rites that are foundational to Christian life and faith. These liturgical items are set in a way that maintains the integrity of the Wesleys’ intent for worship practice, yet are offered in accessible language for the church today. We invite you to preview the various components of Our Great Redeemer's Praise above, and email our support team to request a full PDF version of the completed hymnal.

Lyric slides with music notes

Powerpoint files for every hymn in the Our Great Redeemer's Praise collection are available through The Public Domain Collection of 494 songs is available – for a limited time – at more than a 66% discount – $1456 value for $495! Licensed songs can be purchased individually.

Download the preview PowerPoint file for O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing.

All songs include the NOTES but DO NOT INCLUDE AUDIO. A website is in development that will include the downloadable and/or streaming song files played on piano for use by churches. This resource is expected to launch in late spring. Until then, many of the Our Great Redeemer's Praise hymns are available in other places online and can be found by searching.

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