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Psalms Online

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[Updated to 3rd June]


About Psalms Online

The Psalms are part of our worship tradition extending back at least three thousand years, into the Old Testament era.  They were highly valued by the early Christian communities and have been used worldwide ever since. The psalms are songs, so it is preferable that they are sung. There are various methods. Probably the simplest is to use a simple three or four note chant.

The psalms are an integral part of Anglican public worship. They should be used regularly. The Psalms Online project aims to make the psalms easily accessible to parish church musicians, sung to Anglican chant and using the ‘Common Worship’ psalter and lectionary in the Church of Ireland Book of Common Prayer.

A small number of well-known Anglican chants will be used consistently for the first twelve months of the project, starting in September 2019.

To access the psalm(s), click on a link below and then download and print the appropriate page(s).

The online material has been proofed carefully. However, if you come across any errors or infelicities, we would be pleased to be told.

Whether you are an organist, choir director, or singer, we hope this facility will help you to present the psalms effectively and enjoy singing them more than ever!




Archbishops’ Council;  RSCM

(3rd June: both have now given their ok)


The Gloria Patri

When  to use it and when not;  and why.

i.e.  customary to omit at the Eucharist


Lectionary Year: Year C until 30th November 2019; then Year A from Advent Sunday.


Exec Committee gave ok on 21st May.


Click on a link below ...

We are still considering what is the best font.  It will be ‘with serif’.

The ‘dot’ marking mid-point in bar will be used in most instances; as in 1930 Irish Church Psalter.


Sunday 1st September 2019 (Ps.81:1,10-16;  Ps.112)

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Harvest Thanksgiving: Psalm 65

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