GOD WHOSE LOVE IS ALL AROUND US (words by Fred Kaan)

Subscribers may download arrangements using the links in the right-hand column.

Each title on the site may also be purchased individually.

Purchase this title Purchase Annual Subscription Purchase Lifetime Subscription

On this page you may view a Sample Image of the melody and listen to an Audio Sample. Lyrics and Author / Composer Comments are below.

one verse played on piano by Ron Klusmeier.

Subscribers may click on the buttons below to download high-quality PDF sheet music.

MELODY LINE VERSIONS

  • Vocal (or ’C’ Instrument)
  • C Instrument 8va
  • Bb Instrument
  • Eb Instrument
  • F Instrument (high)
  • F Instrument (low)
  • Bass Clef ’C’ Instrument
  • Viola (alto clef)
  • Bulletin Master

HYMN-STYLE
HARMONIZATIONS

  • SATB Vocal Parts
  • SAB Vocal Parts

ACCOMPANIMENT
VERSIONS

  • Piano
  • Easy Piano
  • Guitar/Bass – keyboard key
  • Guitar – capo chords
  • Easy Guitar

Audio Sample

Click the arrow above to listen to a sample of this selection while following the melody line below.

Sample Image

Sample image

The image above is a screen version only.
It is not intended to be printed.
High-quality printable versions are available to subscribers.

You may subscribe or log in to download the high-quality printable versions.

Lyrics

God whose love is all around us,
who in Jesus sought and found us,
who to freedom new unbound us,
keep our hearts with joy aflame.

For the sacramental breaking,
for the honour of partaking,
for your life, our lives re-making,
young and old, we praise your name.

From the service of this table,
lead us to a life more stable,
for our witness make us able;
blessings on our work we claim.

Through our calling closely knitted,
daily to your praise committed,
for a life of service fitted,
let us now your love proclaim.

Author / Composer Comments

• Author Fred Kaan, from his book The Only Earth We Know (Stainer & Bell / Hope Publishing Co., 1999, page 50): “Among the earlier hymns I wrote for the Pilgrim Church in Plymouth [England], there were several related to the church’s celebration of the sacraments. I felt at the time that there was a rather serious shortage of Baptism and Communion hymns in the major hymnals.”

Back to top