The Trinity Psalter Hymnal

Where to Buy

The Trinity Psalter Hymnal was published jointly in 2018 by the Committee on Christian Education of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC) and The Psalter Hymnal Committee of the United Reformed Churches in North America (URCNA).

Print

The Trinity Psalter Hymnal is available for purchase from Great Commission Publications in three print editions.

  • Pew Edition (hardcover, $23) Buy

  • Accompanist Edition (hardcover, dual spiral-bound, $45) Buy

  • Leather Edition (bonded leather, $70) Buy

  • URCNA Liturgical Forms (hardcover, $4) Buy


Digital

Full PDF digital editions of the Trinity Psalter Hymnal are available from Great Commission Publications. The full projection edition and individual projection songs will be available Fall 2019. CCLI, OneLicense, and/or other permissions required for reproduction (see End User Agreement).

  • Locked PDF (read-only, no reproduction, $15) - Buy

  • Unlocked PDF (for worship bulletins, some permissions included, $250) - Buy

  • Projection (PDF and PowerPoint formats, $800) - in development

  • Digital bundle (Unlocked PDF and Projection Editions, $1,000) - in development

  • Individual projection songs available at DigitalSongsandHymns.com - in development

  • Braille conversion and Large Print electronic versions are available by request for churches who have purchased pew editions. You can request them here.


Mobile apps (iOS and Android)

  • In development

 

Features

All 150 Psalms

All 150 Psalms are included in 278 psalm renditions. Each biblical psalm is represented in full, with alternate versions for many of the psalms. Psalm 119 is the exception, with this psalm naturally broken into 22 sections.

Each psalm contains a rendition that closely follows the ESV Bible text, with many psalms also including partial or paraphrase versions.


428 Hymns

In addition, the TPH contains 428 rich hymns from all ages of the church, organized topically. These hymns range from ancient to modern, and are biblical and Reformed in content.


Three Forms of Unity

Also featured together for the first time in a hymnal are the Three Forms of Unity (the Belgic Confession, the Heidelberg Catechism, and the Canons of Dort) and the Westminster Standards (the Confession of Faith, the Larger Catechism, and the Shorter Catechism). Three ecumenical creeds are also included: Apostle’s Creed, Nicene Creed, Athanasius Creed.


Eight indexes

Eight comprehensive indexes help point you to what you need. These include Scripture, topical, and musical indexes.