Choosing hymns for a worship service, but don’t know what they sound like? Now you can find out!
Want to include hymn lyrics in your Sunday bulletin? No need to retype them—just copy & paste them from here!
Have you been asked to be a song leader, but you can’t read music? Learn the tune here!
Are you embarrassed when the church service includes a hymn you don’t know? You came to the right place!
Unsure if your congregation is familiar with hymns you want to use? After you choose hymns for a service, put links to them on your church Web site. This lets church members learn the hymns ahead of time.
Does your church have a hard time singing certain hymns? Put links to them on your Web site so church members can learn them better.
Know someone who’s housebound & can’t get to church? The Cyber Hymnal™ can supplement home worship.
Are you a song writer looking for inspiration? Check out the topic and scripture indexes. The words to many old hymns often have timeless truths waiting to be adapted to modern music. For example, the Jars of Clay song Jesus, I Lift My Eyes is based on Anne Steele’s 1760 hymn When Sins and Fears Prevailing Rise. If you’re not a song writer, but you know someone who is, let him know about this site!
Teach your kids the classic hymns that some modern hymnals no longer carry.
Conducting a Bible study? Use the scripture index to find a hymn for the verse(s) you’re working on.
Know someone who’s hard of hearing and has difficulty picking up tunes in church? Have him sit down with the Cyber Hymnal™ & turn up the speaker volume!
Need background music for a church Web site? Download some of the public domain MIDI files!
Know missionaries who need hymnals? If they have an Internet connection, tell them about this site.
Know military personnel or chaplains without a chapel? If they have an Internet connection, tell them about this site!
Know someone who home schools their children? The Cyber Hymnal™ can help kids learn music along with their ABC’s!
Tired of watching TV at night? Here’s a chance to learn some new music, enjoy old, familiar tunes, and commune with your Maker.
Do you teach music? Get free sheet music for your students to practice with.
Looking for something different for kids to play at recitals? We have thousands of free scores & sheet music, at varying levels of difficulty. You can even edit or rearrange them for custom needs!
Going Christmas caroling? Come here to print your song sheets. If you’re caroling at night, you can have NoteWorthy Composer increase the font size to make the music easier to read in the dark.
Having an Easter sunrise service? Print the sheet music for the congregation instead of risking damage to the hymnals outside!
Are your Christmas Eve services playing the same old carols year after year? Check out our Christmas section to add variety!