Hymns for Alzheimer’s: DONE!!!

Cue the fireworks!

I am thrilled to announce that Phase 1 of the Hymns for Alzheimer’s project is DONE!

Go straight to the downloads on this page. Simply click on a song title, then click the three vertical dots to download that song file. Transfer each song file to a library in iTunes. Then you can easily load them onto your iPhone or iPad in whatever order you choose.

For a PDF of all the song lyrics, click here.

With this collection of 58 hymns, you can:

  • Create a personalized playlist for your elder with the songs he or she loves.
  • Offer a hymn sing-along session at your eldercare community.
  • Provide an hour-long worship service at your eldercare residence, complete with ready-made worship agendas and songs. (If you’re not sure which songs to choose for a church service, don’t worry: I’ll be creating ready-to-use hymnals very soon.)
  • Use the songs as calming background music for someone who is agitated, resting, or nearing the end of life.
  • Enjoy them yourself anytime!

I’ll be working on Phase 2 (gospels and spirituals, Christmas songs, and a few more hymns) in early 2019, so stay tuned for more.

I am so, so thankful to each and every one of you who has supported (and continues to support) this labor of love. Read my Thanks and Acknowledgments in more detail.

I can’t wait to get going on the next set after the holidays, but for now: Celebrate with me! And let me know what you think in the comments below!

Peace be with you,


Photo by stefanschweihofer@web.de


4 thoughts on “Hymns for Alzheimer’s: DONE!!!

  1. Ana Liza V. Zell says:

    Thank you so much, Elisa, for this incredible labor of love. I am excited to download the songs and use them to bless those who may be in need of these hymns (myself included).


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