Queer Hymns

Tagged: hymns in queer collections

All-loving, embracing, God of our hearts
Arise, shine out, your light has come
As from the tomb stepped Lazarus
As if in the upper room
Break not the circle
But for your flesh
By gracious powers
Christ the healer, Christ the host
Christ, who throughout these forty days
Come, let us welcome
Come, thou long-expected Jesus
Dear God, Parent of Humankind
Dear mother God
For the goodness of our bodies
God of change and glory
God of queer transgressive spaces
Help us accept each other
Hope of the world
In Christ we live
In this holy place we gather
It was upon a moonlit night
Let all mortal flesh show reverence
Lord, thy word abideth
Lord, we come to ask your blessing
Love makes a bridge
Now thank we all our God for giving our love voices
O come, O come, Emmanuel
O God the great all-seeing eye
O God, hear our cry from the depth of our pain
O God, we bear the imprint of Your face
Of the multitude of words
Our God’s a river
Our song we sing in praise of God
Precious Lord, in my need
Sacred the body God has created
Shall we hearken to the kin-dom
The church of Christ in every age
The Teacher came to earth
There’s a welcome in the wooden
This is the day that God has created
We are a gentle, angry people
We limit not the truth of God
We limit not the truth of God (adapt.)
When heaven’s voice was still
When illness meets denial and rejection
When Israel camped in Sinai
When Jesus summoned Lazarus
When love is found
When our confidence is shaken
Who are we? — Lord, we are yours!
Who is my mother
Within the manger of our minds
You first were laid in a manger