e_moon60 (e_moon60) wrote,
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Found the Welsh Hymn

Over a week ago, I mentioned either here or at SFF.net a Welsh hymn we'd sung, but--not having brought home the service leaflet--I couldn't answer someone's question about it, and the only hymnal I could find that day was the 1940.

I can't now find the original post and question about it, or even if it was here or at LJ, so I'll post this both places.

In the 1982 Episcopal Hymnal, it's 610 and the tune name is Blaenhafren. All I could remember of that was "Bl." It's in the section "Christian Responsibility."

First line:

"Lord, whose love through humble service bore the weight of human need..."


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