Great Hymns of the Faith full hymn study course

I have written a full online course called Great Hymns of the Faith: A Hymn Study for All Ages that is more comprehensive that what we have here.

Take a look at the free lesson on "Amazing Grace."

What's different about it compared to this Charlotte Mason music course?

Read on:

Whether your purpose is to study hymns as part of your Charlotte Mason curriculum, morning basket time, to grow in your personal faith, family worship time, or simply as another genre for music appreciation, this is the course for you!

"Great Hymns of the Faith" is perfect for all ages because such a variety of activities are included.

For each hymn you find:

  • The Lyrics
  • 4-5 Videos of various versions
  • Information about the composer
  • The Story behind the song
  • PDF of all verses in 4-part harmony
  • Videos of Soprano, Alto, Tenor, and Bass so you can learn the parts and sing it in 4-part harmony with your family, co-op, or other group (recorded by Gena and her oldest son)
  • A Music Lesson that relates to each hymn
  • Copywork of the lyrics
  • An original coloring page for each hymn (designed by Gena's oldest daughter)
  • A devotional that mom or dad can read to the family that relates to the hymn
  • A Bible Study to do along-side learning the hymn. The Scripture is provided in three Bible versions, as well as a variety of Bible Study methods to choose from.

(Photo credit Tauna Meyer)

Here are the 10 hymns included in the course:

  • Amazing Grace
  • Fairest Lord Jesus
  • It is Well With My Soul
  • A Mighty Fortress is our God
  • Blessed Assurance
  • Be Thou My Vision
  • The Old Rugged Cross
  • Holy Holy Holy
  • Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing
  • What a Friend We Have in Jesus

The devotionals were written by these fabulous homeschool moms:

  • Kathy Gossen of Cornerstone Confessions
  • Anne Marie of Future Flying Saucers
  • Melanie Wilson of Psycho With Six
  • Stacy Farrell of Homeschool Adventure
  • Ana Willis of They Call Me Blessed
  • Tauna Meyer of Proverbial Homemaker
  • Danika Cooley of Thinking Kids

The ten accompanying music lesson topics are:

  • The Pentatonic Scale
  • Hymn Tunes
  • Hymn Meters
  • Congregational Singing with a "first voice lesson" video
  • Notation Software
  • Celtic Harp
  • Time Signatures
  • The Organ
  • Musical Quotations by Charles Ives
  • Shape Notes

(Photo credit Rebecca Spooner)

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