Hymns for the Celebration of Life

Editor: Unitarian Universalist Association
Publisher: Beacon Press, Boston, Mass., 1964
Denomination: Unitarian churches
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d1A fierce unrest seethes
d2A mighty fortress is our God
d3A noble life, a simple faith An open heart and
d4Abide not in the realm of dreams
d5Abide with me, fast falls the eventide
d6Again, as evening's shadow falls
d7All are architects of fate
d8All beautiful the march of days
d9All creatures of our God and King
d10All hail the pageant of the years
d11All my hope on God is founded
d12All people that on earth do dwell, Sing to the Lord with cheerful voice
d13All praise to thee, my God, this night
d14All the past we leave behind
d15All things are doubly fair
d16Angels we have heard on high
d17As tranquil streams that meet and merge
d18Awake, my soul, and with the sun
d19Awake my soul, stretch every nerve
d20Away, O soul, hoist up the anchor
d21Before the stars a man is small
d22Behold a sower from afar, He goeth forth with might
d23Bells in the high tower
d24Bend back the lance's point
d25Beneath the shadow of the cross
d26Blest is that man who sets his soul's desire
d27Brief our days, but long for singing
d28Bring, O morn, thy music
d29Bring, O past, your honor
d30But for the cockerel calling
d31Calm soul of all things
d32Can a father see his child
d33Come children of tomorrow, come
d34Come, my Way, my Truth, my Life
d35Come, thou almighty King, Help us thy name to sing
d36Come, ye [you] thankful people, come
d37Consider well your ways and lives
d38Creation's Lord, we give Thee thanks, That this Thy world is incomplete
d39Dark hills at evening in the west
d40Dear Lord and Father [Master] of mankind [us all], Forgive our foolish ways
d41Divinity is round us, never gone
d42Eternal spirit of the chainless
d43Every night and every morn
d44Fair is their fame who stand
d45Faith of the larger liberty
d46Feet of the urgent pioneer
d47For all thy [the] saints, who from their labors rest
d48For flowers that bloom about our feet
d49For mercy, courage, kindness, mirth
d50For the beauty of the earth
d51Forward through the ages
d52Freedom is the finest gold
d53From age to age the prophets [how grandly] rise
d54From all the fret and fever
d55From heart to heart, from creed to creed
d56From the first man to climb
d57Gather us in, thou love that fillest all
d58Gird on thy sword, O man
d59Give me your whole heart
d60Give thanks for the corn and the wheat that are reaped
d61Go not, my soul, in search of him
d62God is in his holy temple, all the earth keep silence here
d63God is my [our] strong salvation
d64God makes a path, provides a guide
d65God moves in a mysterious way
d66God of grace and God of glory
d67God of our fathers, Who hast safely
d68God of the earnest heart
d69God of the earth, the sky, the sea
d70God save our gracious queen
d71God send us men whose aim will [shall] ['twill] be
d72God, though this life is but a wraith
d73God's trumpet wakes the slumbering world
d74Hail the glorious golden city
d75Hail to the Lord's anointed
d76He presses on before the race
d77He that dies shall not die lonely
d78Hear, hear, O ye nations, and hearing obey
d79Heaven and earth, and sea, and air
d80Heir of all the ages, I
d81Heir of all the waiting ages
d82Here on the paths of everyday
d83High o'er the lonely hills
d84Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, Early
d85Hosanna in the highest, Our eager hearts acclaim
d86How happy is he born and [or] taught
d87How little our true majesty is
d88I am a part of all that I have met
d89I cannot think of them as dead
d90I love all beauteous things
d91I saw the city of the Lord
d92I walk amidst thy beauty forth
d93I walk the unfrequented road
d94Immortal, invisible, God only wise
d95Immortal Love, forever full
d96In singing till his heaven fills
d97In sweet fields of autumn
d98In the lonely midnight, on the wintry hill
d99In this stern hour when the spirit
d100It came upon the [a] midnight clear

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