Three members of Kilmuir Church of Scotland in Skye produced the book which contains
100 hymns, many being translations of old and modern texts.
It also features a number of original Gaelic hymns.
The hymn book, called Seinneamaid Còmhla (Lets sing praise together) also contains
photos of local scenes.
New Gaelic hymn book launched
12 December 2014
Kilmuir and Staffin is one of the few areas in the Highlands and Islands where Gaelic
is still used in regular worship.
The hymn book will be available as a resource for pupils.
Former moderator of the Church of Scotland, Very Rev Lorna Hood, said: "I am delighted
that this new book of Gaelic hymns will speak to a younger generation in the Gaelic
medium schools all across the country, in their assemblies and worship.
“It will also hopefully stir the hearts of an older generation as they too strive
to relate their faith to modern day living.
"Even those of us who are non-Gaelic speakers can look forward to new inspiring words
and music from the culture which derives from the heart of our nation."