The Nicene Creed

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This word-for-word setting of "The Nicene Creed" has been useful for solo, choir and congregational singing. Purchase of this score and lead sheet grants permission for unlimited reproduction of the lead sheet (available in parts) for purposes of congregational singing or other uses for one church.

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Print music of other liturgical settings from Garden Rose music are also available here on Score Exchange and may be accessed from my profile page or from the above list of related scores. A setting of the Apostles’ Creed suitable for congregational singing is one of the additional scores available.

This setting of "The Nicene Creed" is from "Songs of Joy" from Garden Rose Music. Songbooks, as well as listening and accompaniment CDs are available. The recording is sung by Debby McElroy.

Score ID
Year of composition
Easy (Grades 1-3)
3 minutes
Voice + keyboard
Modern classical music
Instrumental parts

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