Sbhoa, now that you've also provided Misterioso with useful tips on hymnody, you're probably a Consultant Ecclesiastical Musicologist.
Barry Williams, what a good idea! Especially with things like MuseScore now readily available, why on earth not write things out in the most useful format?
MuseScore has been an absolute life saver for me! The advantage that it has for me, personally, is that as I progress up the ranks, I convert my feeble chording system slowly back to SATB. The added advantage for me is that I can print out the music on A4 sheets, or even A3 (for 2+ pages) as I find that easier to read than squinting at some horrid, bulky, A5 size, small fonted , hymn book especially designed to leap off the music rack and land on your hands mid chorus line !
Music publishers have long been criticised for their regrettable presentation of music in 'Perfect' binding, (that is the technical term for the cheap and nasty version that closes on the organ desk), and for printing material too small for ordinary people to see it over two or three manuals. It is a matter of huge regret that despite many critical reviews of such presentation, none of the music publishers have any interest in offering their products properly.