He notes that the Inter-Lutheran Commission on Worship began its work in 1966 and that LBW carries on the tradition of the Common Service (1888), The Lutheran Hymnal (1941), and the Service Book and Hymnal (1958).
What does SBH stand for?
SBH stands for Service Book and Hymnal
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We have 62 other meanings of SBH in our Acronym Attic
- Sowerby Bridge Grammar School (Calderdale, England)
- St Bede's Grammar School (Bradford, England)
- State Border Guards Service (Ukraine)
- Standby Gas Treatment
- Swazi Business Growth Trust (est. 1992; microfinance; Swaziland)
- Sally Beauty Holdings (international specialty retailer)
- Schottky-Barrier Height
- Secure Backbone Hub
- Sephardic Bikur Holim (Jewish synagogue; Seattle, WA)
- Sequencing By Hybridization
- Severe Behavioral Handicap
- Sinfonisches Blasorchester Hessen (Germany)
- Slotline Bowtie Hybrid (antenna)
- Small Boat Harbor (USACE)
- Small Business Hawaii (non-profit business advocacy organization)
- Sodium Borohydride (chemistry)
- South Bound Hiker (Appalachian Trail)
- Southeast Baptist Hospital (San Antonio, TX)
- Southwest Behavioral Health (Phoenix, AZ)
- Special Bureau for Hydrology (GGFC)
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The LBW stands as successor to the Service Book and Hymnal (SBH, 1958) and The Lutheran Hymnal (TLH, 1941), its immediate predecessors.
About ten years before, in 1958, the American Lutheran Church (ALC) and the Lutheran Church in America (LCA) had managed some tenuous compromises in Service Book and Hymnal (SBH).
A secondary and minor purpose is to compare the LBW rite with the baptismal rites in the two predecessor books of the LBW--the Service Book and Hymnal (SBH, 1958), which relegated the baptismal rite to its Occasional Services Book (OSB, 1962), and The Lutheran Hymnal (TLH, 1941) as found in its companion Volume The Lutheran Agenda (TLA, n.