Congregational Hymn singing from the Aber conference

Over the past few weeks many have been in touch to ask if we could provide hymn recordings from the Aber Conference to include as part of online Church services.

We are thankful to be able to offer a number of hymns, free of charge. We have been given permission to share all the hymns listed on this page by those holding the copyright, but please note that you must ensure that you have the correct licenses to play the hymns as part of your online services. If your church is live streaming its services including the use of music then we recommend that you obtain the Church Streaming License (CSL) from CCLI and also the Limited Online Music License (LOML) from PRS.  Together these licenses will cover you for all aspects of copyright in live streaming including the embedding/display of lyrics.

Hymns currently available for download:

  • And can it be (Charles Wesley) (view here)

  • A sovereign protector I have (Augustus Montague Toplady) (view here)

  • Before the throne of God above (Charitie Lees Bancroft) (view here)

  • Bless the Lord (Jonas Myrin and Matt Redman) (view here)

  • By Faith (Stuart Townend, Keith Getty and Kristyn Getty) (view here)

  • Come though font of every blessing (Robert Robinson) (view here)

  • Crown Him with many crowns (Matthew Bridges and Godfrey Thring) (view here)

  • He will hold me fast (vv. 1-2 Ada Habershon (1861-1918), (v.3) and music Matthew Merker) (view here)

  • I hear they welcome voice (Lewis Hartsough) (view here)

  • Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise (Walter Chalmers Smith) (view here)

  • I stand amazed (Charles Homer Gabriel) (view here)

  • Jesus paid it all (Elvina Mabel Hall (1820-1889), John Thomas Grape (1835-1915) and Aaron Keyes) (view here)

  • Light of the world (Tim Hughes) (view here)

  • Love divine (Charles Wesley) (view here)

  • My heart is filled with thankfulness (Townend and Getty) (view here)

  • There is a fountain (William Cowper) (view here)

  • You’re the Word of God the Father (Townend and Getty) (view here)

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