Sunday Service's Music

In June, 2016, MSUS celebrated its 50th Anniversary. This article focuses on the church's Sunday Service's Music.

Sunday morning music has always been a large part of the Michael Servetus Unitarian Society experience.

50th Anniversary Trivia !!

TRIVIA QUESTION: Do you know how many hymnals (versions) has MSUS had?

BONUS QUESTION: What color are the hymnals? And where did they come from?

ANOTHER BONUS QUESTION: What special needs hymnals are available?

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50th Anniversary Trivia Answers

TRIVIA QUESTION: Do you know how many hymnals (versions) has MSUS had?

5

BONUS QUESTION: What color are the hymnals? And where did they come from?

  1. Tan - Songs of the First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis Minnesota, castoff from FUS.
  2. Green - Songs of Faith in Man, second edition published in 1969, purchased for $2 each in 1974 from a California Unitarian church.
  3. Blue - Hymns for the Celebration of Life, acquired from the Unitarian Universalist of Minneapolis.
  4. Gray - Singing the Living Tradition, our current gray hymnal originally purchased with Memorial funds in 1993 when it was first published by Beacon Press.
  5. Teal - Singing the Journey, our current teal book, acquired in 2005.

ANOTHER BONUS QUESTION: What special needs hymnals are available?

Braille and Large Print located in the lobby or the music files.