Creation Care: Congregational Songs and Hymns

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God loves his creation! And so do his people.

Christian Reformed people from all walks of life have poured out their devotion to our Creator God and his creation-loving call on our lives in this new crowd-sourced collection of worship materials. After careful review and editing by a team of Reformed theologians, they’re ready to be used in your congregation.

May our worship call us more fully into our God-given identities as creation stewards and God-worshippers.

Printable music available below.

  • Torrente -Simei Monteiro (Based on Isaiah 58:11)

    • E as águas fluirão do teu altar, Senhor,

      e inundarão a terra;

      e seremos como um jardim regado, cuidado,

      exposta à vida…

      Cascading waters flowing from your altar, Lord,

      will flood the earth with blessing;

      we will be like a garden which is watered and tended,

      with life effervescing….

  • Hope of the Earth -Noah McLaren (Based on Psalm 65)

    • God of mercy, God of grace,

      Maker of the heavens,

      Great Abundance is your name

      For you bless the harvest ev’ry year, ev’ry year….

  • O Corpo (The Body) -Simei Monteiro

    • Tu nos deste este corpo

      como exemplo

      de harmonia e de beleza;

      Não permitas que o tornemos

      um motivo de tristeza,

      mas que expresse com alegria

      teu alento e dom da vida.

      You gave each of us this body

      as example

      of your harmony and beauty,

      so don’t let it be a reason

      to become a cause of sorrow

      but give joyful live expression

      to the breathing of your Spirit.

  • Agnus Dei Traditional liturgical, adapted by Simei Monteiro

    • O Lamb of God,

      Who takes the sin of the world,

      Have mercy upon us,

      Upon us.

      Have mercy upon us,

      O Lamb of God,

      Come grant us peace!

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