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United Methodist Hymnal Pew Bright Red: Book of United Methodist Worship
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Studio: United Methodist Publishing House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.5" Width: 6.5" Height: 9.5" Weight: 2.52 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 1989
Publisher United Methodist Publishing House
ISBN 068749494X ISBN13 9780687494941
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For more than 200 years, Abingdon Press has continued a tradition in religious publishing for crossing denominational boundaries with thought-provoking and enjoyable books. Abingdon Press is an imprint of The United Methodist Publishing House, in operation since 1789. In the early 1920s, Abingdon began publishing a wide array of high-caliber academic, professional, inspirational, and life-affirming religious literature to enrich church communities across the globe. Now beginning its ninth decade, Abingdon Press has a commitment to providing the best, most effective religious publications available.
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Reviews - What do customers think about United Methodist Hymnal Pew Bright Red: Book of United Methodist Worship?
Ecnonomical Hymnal Option Jan 22, 2009
Our small church found this an economical way to purchase extra hymnals. We appreciate the opportunity to make donated money go further. Overall I like the format of the hymnal, especially the psalms for responsive reading. I also like the inclusion of many of the gospel hymns that were left out of the previous edition. My only quarrel with this edition is that there is no acknowledgment that the words of many of the hymns have been altered to make them more inclusive. I do not have a problem with the fact that it was done, but it seems bad scholarship not to mention somewhere what was done and why.