Religion: Hymn Festivals

"It is proposed that occasionally the pastors, choir directors and organists of a town, or in districts of cities, make plans to mass the choirs of the several churches and meet together in a community service of hymn worship. . . . Hymns of spiritual power and tested worth should be chosen. While the choirs may lead, all the people present should be instructed to join in the festival hymns. . . . Dignity, strength and power may be brought to the service if it closes with the noble strains of the 'Te Deum,'...

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