21 April 2010

Hymns for the Octave of Pentecost Series C

Pentecost Eve
Exodus 19:1–9
Romans 8:12–17 (22–27)
John 14:8–21

Hymn of Invocation
Hear us, Father, when we pray (LSB 773)

Sequence
Come, Holy Ghost, Creator blest (LSB 499)

Hymn of the Day
Creator Spirit, by whose aid (LSB 500)

Hymns for the Distribution of the Holy Communion
Come, Holy Ghost, God and Lord (LSB 497)
I will sing my Maker’s praises (LSB 977e; TLH 25; LW 439)
Jesus, Thy boundless love to me (LSB 683)

Hymn of Departure
Now rest beneath night’s shadow (LSB 880)

Alternative Hymns
A multitude comes from the east and the west (LSB 510)
Alleluia! Sing to Jesus (LSB 821)
Children of the heav’nly Father (LSB 725)
Church of God, elect and glorious (LSB 646)
Come down, O Love divine (LSB 501)
Eternal Spirit of the living Christ (LSB 769)
Glorious things of You are spoken (LSB 648)
Holy Spirit, light divine (LSB 496)
Lord Jesus Christ, with us abide (LSB 585)
Lord, support us all day long (LSB 884)
O blessed Light, O Trinity (LSB 890)
O Christ, who art the Light and Day (LSB 882)
O light whose splendor thrills and gladdens (LSB 891)
O splendor of God’s glory bright (LSB 874)
Our Father, by whose name (LSB 863)
The day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended (LSB 886)
The Lord, my God, be praised (LSB 794)
To God the Holy Spirit let us pray (LSB 768)


The Feast of Pentecost Day
Genesis 11:1–9
Acts 2:1–21
John 14:23–31

Divine Service, Setting Five (LSB 213–218)

Entrance Hymn
To God the Holy Spirit let us pray (LSB 768)

Kyrie Hymn
Kyrie! God, Father in heav’n above (LSB 942)

Gloria Hymn
All glory be to God alone (LSB 948)

Gradual Hymn
Triune God, be Thou our stay (LSB 505)

Sequence / Hymn of the Day / Catechetical Hymn of the Week
Come, Holy Ghost, God and Lord (LSB 497)

Creedal Hymn
We all believe in one true God (LSB 954)

Offertory Hymn
O splendor of God’s glory bright (LSB 874)

Sanctus Hymn
Isaiah, mighty seer in days of old (LSB 960)

Agnus Dei
O Christ, Thou Lamb of God (LSB 198)

Hymns for the Distribution of the Holy Communion
O Holy Spirit, enter in (LSB 913)
O day full of grace that now we see (LSB 503)
Sing praise to God, the highest good (LSB 819)
Lord, Thee I love with all my heart (LSB 708)

Post-Communion Hymn
O Lord, we praise Thee (LSB 617)

Processional Out
O God, O Lord of heaven and earth (LSB 834)

Alternative Hymns
As rebels, Lord, who foolishly have wandered (LSB 612)
Come down, O Love divine (LSB 501)
Come, Holy Ghost, Creator blest (LSB 498/499)
Creator Spirit, by whose aid (LSB 500)
Eternal Spirit of the living Christ (LSB 769)
Father most holy, merciful and tender (LSB 504)
Hail thee, festival day (LSB 489)
Holy Spirit, ever dwelling (LSB 650)
In Adam we have all been one (LSB 569)
Lord of our life and God of our salvation (LSB 659)
Now thank we all our God (LSB 895)
Now that the daylight fills the sky (LSB 870)
O day of rest and gladness (LSB 906)
Oh, that I had a thousand voices (LSB 811)
Praise the Almighty, my soul, adore Him (LSB 797)
Rise, shine, you people (LSB 825)
Savior, again to Thy dear name we raise (LSB 917)
Up through endless ranks of angels (LSB 491)
Voices raised to You we offer (LSB 795)
Water, blood, and Spirit crying (LSB 597)


Pentecost Monday
Isaiah 57:15–21
Acts 10:34a, 42–48
John 3:16–21

Processional Hymn
Come, Holy Ghost, God and Lord (LSB 497)

Sequence
Come, Holy Ghost, Creator blest (LSB 499)

Hymn of the Day
The Gospel shows the Father’s grace (LSB 580)

Hymns for the Distribution of the Holy Communion
Holy Spirit, ever dwelling (LSB 650)
God loved the world so that He gave (LSB 571)
Baptized into Your name most holy (LSB 590)

Processional Out
May God bestow on us His grace (LSB 823)

Alternative Hymns
Built on the Rock the Church shall stand (LSB 645)
Christ the eternal Lord (LSB 829)
Creator Spirit, by whose aid (LSB 500)
From God can nothing move me (LSB 713)
God loves me dearly (LSB 392)
Holy God, we praise Thy name (LSB 940)
Holy Spirit, light divine (LSB 496)
I will sing my Maker’s praises (LSB 977e; TLH 25; LW 439)
Lord Jesus Christ, with us abide (LSB 585)
My soul, now praise your maker (LSB 820)
Now rest beneath night’s shadow (LSB 880)
O Holy Spirit, enter in (LSB 913)
O splendor of God’s glory bright (LSB 874)
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty (LSB 790)
Rejoice, my heart, be glad and sing (LSB 737)
Tell out, my soul, the greatness of the Lord (LSB 935)
Thine the amen, Thine the praise (LSB 680)
We are called to stand together (LSB 828)


Pentecost Tuesday
Isaiah 32:14–20
Acts 8:14–17
John 10:1–10

Processional Hymn
O Holy Spirit, enter in (LSB 913)

Sequence
Come, Holy Ghost, Creator blest (LSB 499)

Hymn of the Day
To God the Holy Spirit let us pray (LSB 768)

Hymns for the Distribution of the Holy Communion
Have no fear, little flock (LSB 735)
Come, Holy Ghost, God and Lord (LSB 497)
Lord, Thee I love with all my heart (LSB 708)

Processional Out
O day full of grace that now we see (LSB 503)

Alternative Hymns
Come down, O Love divine (LSB 501)
Creator Spirit, by whose aid (LSB 500)
Grant peace, we pray, in mercy, Lord (LSB 777)
Holy Spirit, light divine (LSB 496)
I am Jesus’ little lamb (LSB 740)
I am trusting Thee, Lord Jesus (LSB 729)
I trust, O Lord, Your holy name (LSB 734)
I will sing my Maker’s praises (LSB 977e; TLH 25; LW 439)
In Adam we have all been one (LSB 569)
My soul, now praise your maker (LSB 820)
Now rest beneath night’s shadow (LSB 880)
O God, forsake me not (LSB 731)
O little flock, fear not the foe (LSB 666)
O splendor of God’s glory bright (LSB 874)
Savior, like a shepherd lead us (LSB 711)
The King of love my shepherd is (LSB 709)
Thine the amen, Thine the praise (LSB 680)
Voices raised to You we offer (LSB 795)


The Holy Trinity
Proverbs 8:1–4, 22–31
Acts 2:14a, 22–36
John 8:48–59

Processional Hymn
I bind unto myself today (LSB 604)

Hymn of the Day
Come, Holy Ghost, Creator blest (LSB 498)

Offertory Hymn
Holy God, we praise Thy name (LSB 940)

Hymns for the Distribution of the Holy Communion
All Christians who have been baptized (LSB 596)
Father most holy, merciful and tender (LSB 504)
We all believe in one true God (LSB 954)
At the name of Jesus (LSB 512)

Processional Out / Catechetical Hymn of the Week
O blessed, holy Trinity (LSB 876)

Alternative Hymns
Christ sits at God’s right hand (LSB 564)
Come, Thou almighty King (LSB 905)
Creator Spirit, by whose aid (LSB 500)
Crown Him with many crowns (LSB 525)
From God can nothing move me (LSB 713)
Hail, Thou once despised Jesus (LSB 531)
Holy, holy, holy! Lord God Almighty (LSB 507)
Let all mortal flesh keep silence (LSB 621)
Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious (LSB 495)
Lord, enthroned in heav’nly splendor (LSB 534)
O God, O Lord of heaven and earth (LSB 834)
O God of God, O Light of Light (LSB 810)
O Holy Spirit, enter in (LSB 913)
Of the Father’s love begotten (LSB 384)
Now thank we all our God (LSB 895)
Since our great High Priest, Christ Jesus (LSB 529)
Thy strong word did cleave the darkness (LSB 578)
Triune God, be Thou our stay (LSB 505)
Why should cross and trial grieve me (LSB 756)
Wide open stand the gates (LSB 639)

2 comments:

silly girl said...

I hope you won't take this the wrong way, but why do you post the list of hymns?


I think it is great because my son (12) likes to sing hymns and play them on the piano if he knows them. However, he sometimes doesn't know the ones we sing on a given Sunday and then just tunes out. If I had a list like this from our church, he would be able to pick out a few new ones to learn to play well in advance and I think he would really enjoy it. Over time he would get to learn a lot more and be able to sing more during the service. So I really like the idea of a list in advance.

However, I wonder what your purpose is in posting them here.

Rev. Rick Stuckwisch said...

Dear Silly Girl,

Thanks for your comments and question.

I started posting hymn listings mainly for my own benefit, so that I would have them "stored" in a convenient location; and also for my organists, so they would have that information ready to hand.

I've continued to do it for those reasons, and also because I've had so many people communicate with me that it is helpful to them. Any time I can be of help and benefit to others, especially to my brother pastors and fellow Christians, I rejoice in that opportunity.

Blessings to you and your family in this glorious Eastertide. I love to hear of young Christians who enjoy the hymns of the Church. It is one of my greatest delights at Emmaus.