Popular Chalice Hymnal Available For Order During Summer 2017

ST. LOUIS
– After a two-year hiatus, a limited run of Chalice Hymnal is in the works for the fall of 2017. Chalice Press, the publishing house of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), is now taking pre-orders for the hymnal and must receive at least 500 orders to carry out the printing. Orders received by Labor Day (September 4, 2017) will be included in the reprint, and will be delivered before Advent begins on December 3.


Chalice Hymnal is one of the most popular and best-selling hymnals ever produced. The beloved collection of more than 620 traditional and new favorite hymns and worship readings adds richness to traditional services, home-church gatherings, Taize meditations, community events, and many other settings, making it the hymnal of choice for churches across the country and in many denominations.

The pew edition is available in red and blue covers with a cross and “Chalice Hymnal” in gold foil for $24.99 each. A large-print edition with a red cover and chalice foil is available for $30.99, and a spiral-bound large-print edition with a red cover and chalice foil is $36.99.

To order copies of Chalice Hymnal before September 4:

• Call 1-800-366-3383
• Order online at www.chalicepress.com
• Email customerservice@chalicepress.com
• Fax to 1-770-280-4039
• Mail to Chalice Press/CBP, P.O. Box 933119, Atlanta, GA 31193-3119
• Visit the Chalice Press booth at General Assembly, July 8-12, 2017, in Indianapolis

Because there is currently a limited supply of the Chalice Hymnal in inventory, some orders may be fulfilled immediately. If your Chalice Hymnals are included in the fall reprint, you will not be charged for your order until your hymnals are shipped this fall.

The mission of CBP/Chalice Press is to publish resources inviting all people into deeper relationship with God, equipping them as disciples of Jesus Christ, and sending them into ministries as the Holy Spirit calls them. Based in St. Louis, Missouri, Chalice Press is the publishing arm of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), with a broader ecumenical outreach to the wider church.