For some hymns, it is hard to find sheet music. I am really glad I ran into this site to be able to find hymns, and sing them.
Sibelius torch is good, however, I think it would also be really nice to have hymns be saved in the universal music notation file: .xml
In the past I was trying to print a hymn for a number of people, and the only version I could find ANYWHERE was on here...and it was two pages, with just one line on the second page. Being a poor college student, I was rather frustrated that I couldn't easily adjust the page spacing, measure spacing, or staff spacing since I do not own Sibelius. I tried importing a midi, and it doesn't include lyrics, so that takes a while to write them in.
Another solution, which I don't remember if you guys DO have this or not, but just putting PDF's up as well. I think the more options up, the better. And If the problem is that people aren't putting them up, I am willing to do so.
As a side-note, Musescore is the best free notation music software I have run into, and I have looked around a bit. From what I have poked around in for the expensive software, Musescore has just as much capability as Sibelius, and MUCH more than the 2012 free version of Finale (Notepad). It does have it's problems of course, but it is much more flexible than any other free version and it can accomplish A LOT.