A Virtual Hymn Sing Pandemic Style

By | May 2, 2020

Sacred music and the singing of Christian hymns is a corporate activity that all came to a halt a few weeks ago when this pandemic began. To address this problem, Kloria Publishing (www.kloria.com) began a program called “Sing Hymns with Me.” Every week they are posting a hymn appropriate for the Bible readings of the upcoming Sunday of the liturgical year and inviting people to sing along. They then make a YouTube video of it and post it. For Easter Sunday they posted four, so as of now they have posted eight altogether.

You too can participate. All you need is a computer with a microphone and a camera. Kloria has made it very easy. All you need to do is visit www.kloria.com/music/sing-hymns, find the latest hymn, click on the link, and follow the instructions. You can even practice before you record yourself singing. They take care of the rest. The latest one is “I Am Jesus Little Lamb (click video below to watch).

Kloria is a relatively new firm specializing in publishing picture books and board books for children on some of the great hymns of the Christian faith. You might want to consider giving them as a gift of making them a part of your children’s library. Click on the links below to check them out.

Board Books

Picture Books

Thanks to Kloria Publishing (www.kloria.com) for helping us sing together during this pandemic. Visit their webpage “Sing Hymns with Me” to sing along on previously recorded hymns, or click here to visit their YouTube page.

Also check their “Sing Hymns with Me” page each week to see what new hymn they are posting and join the song!

Soli Deo Gloria!

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