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GLOBAL HYMN SING

Featuring "Jesus Shall Reign"

25 FEBRUARY 2018

 
 
 
 
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Join the Global Hymn Sing 2018

29% of the world's population live where they have little or no access to a Bible, a church or a believer. That's over 2 billion individuals, or 6,900 people groups that are considered unreached and in need of someone sent from outside their community to share Jesus with them.

This year, we want to invite churches from across the globe from every nation and generation to lift up their voices in singing this setting of Psalm 66, proclaiming in faith that one day:

"Jesus shall reign where’re the sun,
Does its successive journeys run,
His kingdom stretch from shore to shore,
Till moons shall wax and wane no more.”
 
 
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2017 Global Hymn Sing

Millions of believers – Thousands of Churches – Dozens of Languages – One Voice

Thank you to all who participated in the second annual Global Hymn Sing, Sunday, June 25!

On June 25, almost 600,000 believers representing 67 countries joined in singing the hymn “For the Cause” in their worship gatherings as an act of solidarity for Global Missions. Over 25 distinct language groups were represented, and this year’s hymn sing focused on investing in the next generation of worshippers, especially featuring over 30,000 children helping to lead their congregations. 

 
 

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Global Partners

 

OMF International

Growing out of the same passion God placed in the heart of their founder, J. Hudson Taylor, OMF serve the people of East Asia. Through building relationships, practical care, evangelism and discipleship, they work to see communities redeemed by the power of the gospel.

Read more about OMF's gospel work in Asia for #TheTaskUnfinished


Keith & Kristyn Getty

The Gettys are world-renowned contemporary hymn writers whose songs are sung each year by more than one hundred million people. Their most popular hymn, “In Christ Alone,” (co-written by Keith Getty with Stuart Townend) has the #1 most popular hymn sung in the UK for the past nine years.

Visit the Getty Music website for resources

 
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