- Collection of Sacred Hymns
Collection of Sacred Hymns is the title of more than one hymnal
Latter Day Saint Hymnals
- Collection of Sacred Hymns (Kirtland, Ohio) First hymnal of the Latter Day Saint Church, published 1835 or 1836, 90 hymn texts
- Collection of Sacred Hymns (Manchester, England), published 1840, 277 hymn texts
- Collection of Sacred Hymns (Nauvoo, Illinois), published 1841, 304 hymn texts
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