Hymns at Home Updates

Videos embedded in our blog posts
Yes, we’ve finally figured out how to do this. You’re still welcome to go to our YouTube channel and watch the videos. But now you can watch the videos directly on our website without any ads. Check out our latest hymn post Smitten, Stricken and Afflicted.

Printable Lyrics
Instead of linking to outside websites for lyrics, we are linking to printable lyrics. These Google Drive links are the same images we use for our YouTube videos. If you are using hymns in your Morning Time, these printable lyrics may be useful for your Morning Time binders.
Each individual page of new hymns we post will have printable lyrics. To see printable lyrics of past hymns, see our Free Downloads page.

Hymns at Home collection 2 available for download
All hymns are available for download on their individual pages. But once we gather a substantial group hymns we include it in a collection that is available for download like an album. You can now download these collections here.

Hymns at Home featured in classical curriculum
Classical educator and podcast host Pam Barnhill has featured the H@H recordings as part of Winter Morning Time Plans. These plans are a classically based 7-week liberal arts curriculum for Morning Time. Hymns are included as part of a weekly music appreciation segment.
If you’re looking for a out-of-the-box prepared curriculum to do read-alouds, poetry, hymns and more, check it out!

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