New English Praise

New English Praise (2006). New English Praise was a supplement to the New English Hymnal (1986), published twenty years after the parent book to take account of new hymn writing and changes in liturgical practice in the Church of England. The compilers also used the opportunity to repair some defects in NEH. The book contains fifty hymns, together with ‘a significant selection of liturgical material providing, together with the existing book, a complete companion to the Common Worship tradition.’ The numbering of the hymns follows on from NEH, beginning at 600. The hymns fall into four broad categories: hymns long known to members of other Christian churches, but only recently known...

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