On May 28, Lindsey Hummel led the community in a fun Favorite Hymns exercise which engaged us in exploring the music that reflects the reality of our lives and our purpose as a congregation.  Participants were asked to identify a favorite hymn and then unpack how it revealed spirituality and community.

Favorite Hymns

  • I bind unto myself today… (370, St. Patrick’s Breastplate)
  • Beautiful Savior
  • In the Garden
  • My Shepherd Will Supply My Needs
  • I Will Rejoice
  • On Eagles Wings
  • The “old school” sung Lord’s Prayer
  • I Am the Bread of Life (335)
  • Abide with Me
  • Seek ye first… (711)
  • For All the Saints
  • Lift High the Cross
  • O Day by Day
  • Lord Make us Servants (593)
  • How Great Thou Art
  • I Want to Walk as a Child of Light (490)
  • Let all mortal flesh… (324)

Favorite Lines:

  • “Lord make us servants of your peace”
  • “Truly I love thee, Truly I serve thee”
  • “He brings my wandering spirit back”
  • “Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine”
  • “Servant of peace”
  • “Then sings my soul” — it does make my soul sing
  • “Child of light”

What they mean to us…

On Beautiful Savior

Jesus and His mother Mary are my dearest friends, comforters, examples of trust and love … trusted and most beloved advisors.

On St. Patrick’s Breastplate

Christ supports us in all ways (all directions)

On For All the Saints

Celebratory, uplifting, energizing, provides focus

On How Great Thou Art

My spirituality stems from my experiences of God – all are of a God of love and awesomeness

On I Am the Bread of Life

I really feel the Holy Spirit

On Let All Mortal Flesh

It connects me back to singing with my parents as a child.

The Complete Results:

(Scroll right in table for more…)


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