This deeply moving song is adapted from George Matheson's hymn written in 1882 and reflects the love of God in all its colourful and imaginative glory. A new tune plus added chorus from Jonathan Veira allows this hymn to shine even more brightly.
One of Charles Wesley's best-known hymns, this version is lilting in musical design, yet stays true to the excelling nature of God's love which is able to transform and restore. Emphasises the importance of relationship built upon God's pure unbounding love .
The absolute goodness of God absolutely resonates! And that is why this song has so exquisitely flourished. Divinely held by God, knowing the reliability of his goodness and mercy in every season, is literally some of the best news ever!
Based on ‘The Prayer of St Patrick’ (sometimes known as ‘St Patrick’s Breastplate’), 'Christ Be With Me' recognises the closeness of Christ in every part of our lives. Accessible to churches from many different streams, denominations and musical styles, this song is essentially a blessing for unity, guidance and protection on life's journey.
A new chorus and recent recording by Kate Simmonds adapts and re-imagines the classic hymn 'Here Is Love.' First penned by William Rees in 1847, and later associated with the 1904-1905 Welsh revival, it's a timely reminder of God's incessant grace and love .