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On this page, browse a variety of Canticles, Litanies, and other resources for the Divine Service and for the daily offices of the church.

We are adding some congregational hymns to this page as well. These are hymns that are not in LSB, or where the text is set to a different tune in LSB. In other words, these hymns with their unique combination of text and tune, are found nowhere other than Liturgy Solutions! Please see the right hand side of this page for an explanation of the hymn offerings.

A Wearied World Still Staggers On

A hymn by Wilfred L. Karsten, inspired by Matthew 25:14-30, sung to the tune WELLINGTON SQUARE.
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Christ the Lord of Hosts Unshaken

A congregational hymn by Peter M. Prange and Stephen R. Johnson
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Come, You Thirsty

A congregational hymn by Stephen Starke and Stephen R. Johnson with keyboard and brass quartet.
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Dear Jesus On Your Pilgrim Way

A hymn setting by Michael Schultz and Stephen R. Johnson
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May God Bestow on Us His Grace

A congregational hymn by Martin Luther & Stephen R. Johnson
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Psalm 95 - Venite!

A setting of the Venite from Matins/Morning Prayer for unison/2-part choir and/or soloist(s) and piano, using the tune CANTAD AL SEŅOR for the refrain, by Phillip Magness.
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The Reproaches

The Good Friday liturgical text, featuring the congregational hymn "Lamb of God, Pure and Holy" for cantor, choir, and congregation, by Phillip Magness
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You, My People, Shall Be Holy

A hymn composed in thanksgiving for the teaching and ministry of John W. Kleinig, by Steven Starke and Phillip Magness
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You will notice that the price we charge for a congregational hymn is a little higher than what we charge for a choral piece. This is because congregational hymns are likely to be photocopied a great many more times than a choral work. Consider the number of people usually present in your worship service and that will likely be the number of times you will reproduce these hymns each time you use them. Given this, we charge a little more, out of respect for the composer and poet.

Other factors detemining price are the length of the hymn, the complexity of the accompaniment and whether any other features are included, such as optional instrument parts.

Obtaining special permission to use hymns of this nature from traditional publishing house would cost the same or more than we charge– but for one-time use only. Our prices cover as many copies as will allow your congregation to sing these special hymns as often as they wish.

For more on these hymns go to our blog, Fine Tuning

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