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My Jesus, Fair Choral Arrangement

The primary ministry of ChurchWorksMedia.com has been providing free hymns for congregational singing. By God’s grace, the songs (initially introduced on this blog as a hobby of sorts) have been used to aid Christians around the world in the exaltation of our Savior. That’s amazing to us. Grace.

Last January we released our first choral octavo, Greg Habegger’s arrangement of one of our most widely used hymns, My Jesus, Fair. Our decision to publish it ourselves (versus with a major publisher) was probably a bit naive. However, it’s done far better than we expected, selling out within 9 months. We just received our second printing; 3000 more copies arrived this morning. They’d do much more good in the hands of choir members than in boxes in my dining room. If you’ve not yet used it, you can order the arrangement (and optional orchestration) here. If you already own it, please commend it to a friend.


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