"Let me dwell on Golgotha" was written by John Newton, first sung at Olney on Sunday evening 26 November 1775 (he wrote some 300 hymns - at this stage he was wrriting at the rate of one or more a week). See Olney Hymns, Book 2, Hymn 56 for the full hymn, and Harvard University's website for a copy in Newton's own handwriting, in a notebook held at the Houghton Library, MS Eng 1317:
The images were digitised with a grant kindly provided by The Pratt Green Trust.
In this video the hymn is sung by a special choir from Bible Church, Little Rock, Arkansas, conducted by Todd Murray, touring the UK during 2007, the bicentenary of John Newton's death. It was filmed in Newton's London church, St Mary Woolnoth. On the far wall beyond the pulpit you can see the epitaph which Newton wrote for himself, sculpted by his friend John Bacon Junior, son of Newton's fellow Eclectic Society member John Bacon Senior.