This is where we publish hymns written by members. Unless stated otherwise, any hymn published here may be reproduced and used locally with due acknowledgement to the author. See also Hymns & Songs in the music section.

A hymn by Andrew Pratt for use in connection with the Olympics. Sue Gilmurray's tune for this hymn, TWENTY TWELVE is available to ArtServe members from music downloads.

A hymn for All Saints, by Andrew Pratt

I wrote this hymn at a retreat in Southwell as these were the thoughts running through my head. I think it has turned out to be a useful text to help us to show the love of Jesus in all its ways.

E = mc2 - Einstein - hymn

With the changes that have taken place in the North Africa in recent months, the overthrow of Colonel Gaddafi and the uncertainty over what might follow, this hymn may be pertinent. Please use freely with acknowledgment in local contexts.

Peace, Andrew Pratt

This hymn by Andrew Pratt was commissioned by Dean McIntyre of the United Methodist Church (USA) for the 10th anniversary of the destruction of the World Trade Centre.

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This hymn, by Richard Lucas, was originally written and sung in the immediate aftermath of the killing of children in Dunblane. It has been revised a number of times as world events have unfolded.

This Easter Hymn by Andrew Pratt is available for free local use with acknowledgment. Many more of Andrew Pratt's hymns are available at twelve baskets.


This hymn, by Andrew Pratt, was written immediately following the announcement of the death of Osama bin Laden.

Andrew Pratt has written a hymn in response to the Japanese earthquake and tsunami disaster.