Come, let us join with faithful souls

Come, let us join with faithful souls. William George Tarrant* (1853-1928). Written in 1915, and published in the Congregational Hymnary (1916). It was one of four hymns by Tarrant in the revised Fellowship Hymn Book (1933). It remained in use in Unitarian churches (Hymns of Worship, 1927, Hymns of Worship Revised , 1962) and it remains in HFF (1991), though not in HFL (which prints only two hymns by Tarrant). It had six stanzas: Come, let us join with faithful souls   Our song of faith to sing; One fellowship in heart are we,   And one our Lord and King. Faithful are all who love the truth   And dare the truth to tell, Who steadfast stand at God’s right hand   And strive to serve him...

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