Image and likeness of God

*** Written for a colleague’s wedding in 1975, this was originally sung by a choir of (mostly young) women; hence the otherwise unthinkably high G flat in the last line


Image and Likeness of God.midi

A vocally more accessible setting of this music, with words altered for gender equality, can be found in Reflecting Praise,   jointly published in 1993 by Stainer & Bell and Women in Theology ©.