With Mary let my soul rejoice

With Mary let my soul rejoice

Author: David Mowbray
Tune: NORTH BAILEY
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Source: Ancient and Modern: hymns and songs for refreshing worship #395
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Author: David Mowbray

David Mowbray (b. 1938) was born in Wallington, Surrey, England. He attended Dulwich College, Fitzwilliam, Cambridge where he read English. He gained an MA at Trinity in Bristol and a BD at London (External). Ordained in the Church of England, he was a curate at St. Giles in Northampton and at St. Mary's in Walford. Appointed Vicar of Broxborne, Herts in 1970 in 1984, he became Vicar of All Saints, Hertfordshire. In 1991 he became Vicar of St. Matthew's Darley Abbey, Derby, where he serves to this day. He has been writing hymns since 1977 and most of his texts are represented by Jubilate Hymns. Three of his hymn texts have been included in Hope's new hymnal Worship & Rejoice (2001). --www.hopepublishing.com Go to person page >

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First Line: With Mary let my soul rejoice
Author: David Mowbray
Meter: 8.6.8.6
Source: Magnificat, The Song of Mary
Publication Date: 2013
Copyright: © David Mowbray / The Jubilate Group. Administered by The Jubilate Group, Kitley House, St Katherines Road, Torquay TQ1 4DE Used by permission.

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