O threefold God of tender unity

Author: William L. Wallace

William Livingstone Wallace (Bill) is a retired Methodist Minister from Aotearoa/New Zealand who has spent all his working life in parish ministry. However, he has always sought to reach beyond the boundaries of the parish and of his own denomination into ecumenical and latterly inter-faith activities. He has been described as a prophet and a mystic and despite Bill's reluctance to accept such designations there are undoubtedly prophetic and mystical elements in many of his hymns. In recent years one of Bill's main concerns has been to attempt to bridge the gap between the thought world of traditional Christianity and the thought world of the new scientific view of human beings and the universe. Some of Bill's hymns have found their way… Go to person page >



FLENTGE was commissioned for Songs of Thanks and Praise: A Hymnal Supplement (1980), where it was set to "Eternal Spirit of the Living Christ." Composer Carl Schalk named the tune after his mother's family name, which is also his middle name. FLENTGE is music for unison singing, in four long phrases…

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ATHAIR UILE-CHUMHACHDAICH was composed in Gaelic style, originally for the hymn "Almighty Father of all things that be" at the request of Polly MacInnes, organist of Kilmore Church of Scotland in Sleat in the Isle of Skye. Alasdair Codona

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Church Hymnary (4th ed.) #114
Wonder, Love, and Praise: a supplement to the Hymnal 1982 #743Text