What's Your Favorite Hymn?

Written by Sister Linda Scolaro on Tuesday, October 08, 2019. Posted in Trivia/Games

What's Your Favorite Hymn?

At our area camp a few weeks ago, I interviewed the following children by asking them, “What is your favorite hymn to sing at church and why?” Here are their answers.

Robby Palensar: My favorite hymn is "Sing Glory." It’s because we sing it a lot and I really like it. It’s my favorite.

Dylan Palensar: My favorite hymn is "En La Vina Del Senor" because I love to sing in Spanish.

Zoe Burkhart: My favorite hymn is “Sing My Lord" because I like it.

Isaiah Cotellesse: My favorite hymn is "Sing Glory" because I like it, and I call it out.

Michael Cotellesse: My favorite hymn is "Sing Glory" because all the people like to sing it.

Josephine Smith: My favorite hymn is "Sing Glory" because I like when they sing glory.

Henry Watson: I like "We Shall Sing on the Mountain of the Lord" because I like to climb mountains, and I like all great things."

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I asked each child individually, so they didn't hear one another's answers. "Sing Glory" was definitely a hit. We love our children and want them to know that we care about them and are interested in what they like about church.

Now, it's your turn. What's your favorite hymn?

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Comments (2)

  • Brother Gary Thompson

    Brother Gary Thompson

    08 October 2019 at 07:56 |
    There are to many "favorites" to list but the one I've always considered my favorite is "Keeping Step" #103 In The Songs Of Zion. Why? Because its awesome. Sing Glory is amazing too. Thank you JESUS for the these songs that we Praise you with.


  • Suzanne Beeman

    Suzanne Beeman

    08 October 2019 at 08:52 |
    Torn between two
    "For those tears I died" when Jordan was little I had to change the words when I sang him to sleep because he didn't want to hear about dying before bed so instead of "for those tears I died" it became "I'm always at your side"
    the other
    "We, The Church of Jesus Christ" I fell in love with the song the first time I heard Sis Karen Progar sign it. I like how it tells the story of our Church.


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