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What A Beautiful Name

Written By: Ben Fielding & Brooke Ligertwood

You were the Word at the beginning

One with God, the Lord Most High

Your hidden glory in creation

Now revealed in You, our Christ

What a beautiful Name it is

What a beautiful Name it is

The Name of Jesus Christ our King

What a beautiful Name it is

Nothing compares to this

What a beautiful Name it is

The Name of Jesus

You didn’t want heaven without us

So Jesus, You brought heaven down

Our sin was great, Your love was greater

What could separate us now

What a wonderful Name it is

What a wonderful Name it is

The Name of Jesus Christ our King

What a wonderful Name it is

Nothing compares to this

What a wonderful Name it is

The Name of Jesus

What a wonderful Name it is

The Name of Jesus

Death could not hold You

The veil tore before You

You silence the boast of sin and grave

The heavens are roaring

The praise of Your glory

For You are raised to life again

You have no rival

You have no equal

Now and forever, God You reign

Yours is the kingdom

Yours is the glory

Yours is the Name above all names

What a powerful Name it is

What a powerful Name it is

The Name of Jesus Christ our King

What a powerful Name it is

Nothing can stand against

What a powerful Name it is

The Name of Jesus


God Our Anger at Injustice

Written By: Gary Hopkins 2020

God, our anger at injustice

swells from deep within our core:

anger at decision makers

for oppression we deplore;

Anger at the ones who lead us

for indifference to the poor;

anger at the lies, deception,

Selfishness that we abhor.

Systems made to serve the privileged,

tightly gripped by those with power –

stripping others of life chances –

edicts from an ivory tower.

God our anger fires within us:

bring your justice, liberate;

come and shatter worldly systems;

take the least and make them great!

Channel grief and anger in us;

let us be your voice and hands.

Spirit, guide our justice-seeking,

take us where your love demands.

Christ destroys the power and forces,

chains of bondage, unjust strife,

not by might and raging violence

but a sacrificial life.

How long, Maker, Word and Spirit,

till such evils are reversed?

How long till your reign is finished

and the last become the first?

Hear us God, we pray for justice,

hear our cries for those oppressed,

hear our voices, never silenced,

till the least are truly blessed.


I Will Trust in the Lord

Written by James Moore

I will trust in the Lord

I will trust in the Lord

I will trust in the Lord

Till I die

I’m gonna treat ev’rybody right

I’m gonna treat ev’rybody right

I’m gonna treat ev’rybody right

Till I die

I’m gonna stay on the battle field

I’m gonna stay on the battle field

I’m gonna stay on the battle field

Till I die

I’m gonna stay on a bended knee

I’m gonna stay on a bended knee

I’m gonna stay on a bended knee

Till I die


Lift Every Voice and Sing

Words:  James Weldon Johnson
Music:  J. Rosamond Johnson
Copyright:  Edward B. Marks Music Corp.

Lift every voice and sing

Till earth and heaven ring

Ring with the harmonies of liberty

Let our rejoicing rise

High as the listening skies

Let it resound loud as the rolling sea

Sing a song

Full of the faith that the

dark past has taught us

Sing a song

Full of the hope that the

present has brought us

Facing the rising sun

Of our new day begun

Let us march on till victory is won

Stony the road we trod

Bitter the chastening rod

Felt in the days when

hope unborn had died

Yet, with a steady beat

Have not our weary feet

Come to the place

For which our parents sighed

We have come

Over a way that with tears

has been watered

We have come

Treading our path through the

blood of the Slaughtered

Out from the gloomy past

Till now we stand at last

Where the white gleam

Of our bright star is cast

God of our weary years

God of our silent tears

Thou who hast brought us thus

Far on the way

Thou who hast by thy might

Led us into the light

Keep us forever in the path, we pray

Lest our feet

Stray from the places our God,

where we met Thee

Lest, our hearts

Drunk with the wine of the world

we forget Thee

Shadowed beneath Thy hand

May we forever stand

True to our God

True to our native land