List of Hymnals - Major Inter-Denominational Protestant Hymnals

Major Inter-Denominational Protestant Hymnals

  • African American Heritage Hymnal, GIA Publications (2001)
  • Celebration Hymnal, Word Music (1997)
  • Christian Life Hymnal, Hendrickson Publishers (2006)
  • Great Hymns of the Faith, Brentwood Music (1968)
  • Heavenly Highway Hymns, Stamps-Baxter Music and Printing Company
  • The Hymnal for Worship and Celebration, Word Music (1986)
  • Hymns for the Family of God, Brentwood Music (1976)
  • Hymns for Today's Church, Jubilate Hymns (1982)
  • Mission Praise HarperCollins (several editions 1980s onwards)
  • A New Hymnal for Colleges and Schools, Yale University Press (1992)
  • The Psalms of David Imitated, by Isaac Watts, (1719)
  • Redemption Hymnal (1951)
  • Sing the Faith, Geneva Press (1993)
  • Worship & Rejoice, Hope Publishing
  • The Worshiping Church, Hope Publishing (1990)
  • Majesty Hymns, Majesty Music (1996)
  • Rejoice Hymns, Majesty Music (2011)
  • Christian Hymns (hymnbook), Evangelical Movement of Wales (1977; 2d edn. 2004)

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