Singing Sunday hymns has become a standard form of worship for nearly all Christianity. Saints of all denominations find peace and reverence as they sing the songs of their fathers.
Not unlike most Christian hymnals, the LDS hymnbook has been a work-in-progress since its inception in 1835.
See how much you know about the olive-green LDS hymnbook tucked away in pews across the Wasatch Front.
This is some fun information. I liked seeing how the hymns have changed. I knew a couple of the changes, but some were new to me. My favorite is “the world has no use for a drone.” I think it’s good that those lyrics were changed. 🙂