"Free-to-use" means the words can be copied and sung to at least one tune with no concerns about copyright or performance licensing - sometimes in a limited setting.
Many of these hymns are old/traditional - but where possible a variety of styles and genres are included.
A small selection of hymns that are still subject to copyright may also be included.
lectionary art for this Sunday for suggested pictures and art-works based on today's readings.
Psalm: 8 - How great is your name, O Lord our God through all the earth / When I see the heaven, the work of your hands / You have made him little less than a god
Second: Romans - By faith, and through Jesus, we have entered into a state of grace ... the love of God has been poured into our hearts by the Holy Spirit.
Gospel: John - Everything the Father has is mine.
ThemesThe Trinity - God as creator, wisdom and guide. Creation.
Suggested free-use hymnsAll Creatures of our God and King (using the "Let all things their Creator bless" verse)
Come Holy Ghost Creator Come (esp the 2nd-last verse)
Come Thou Almighty King
Eternal Father, Strong to Save
Firmly I Believe and Truly
For the Beauty of the Earth
Glory be to God the Father
Glory to God - Peruvian
Hail Co-essential Three
Holy God we Praise Thy Name
Holy, Holy, Holy
How Great is our God
I Bind unto Myself Today
Joyful, Joyful we Adore Thee
Lead us Heavenly Father Lead Us
Many and Great
Most Ancient of all Mysteries
On this Day, the First of Days
Psalm 8 - Music for Mass setting
Thou Whose Almighty Word
To God the Father, God the Son, And God the Spirit, Three in One
We all Believe in One True God
Suggested hymns which may still be copyrightBlessed by the Holy Trinity - Bartlett
Father we Adore You - Coehlo
Father Lord of all Creation - Cross
Trinity Song - Andersen
Suggestions about hymns that could be included are welcome: leave a message in the Comments box at the bottom of this page,