|This paper sought to find out the perception of Ghanaian Adventist Youth on the use of hymns in the church. The areas of concern were on what they think about the use of hymns at irregular times, their use at the Divine Service and their use during song services. With the views of a proportionate representation of age bracket, gender, ranking in the youth ministry, and district, a number of conclusions may be drawn from the responses to the questionnaire. The majority of the youth think that the singing of hymns between Sabbath School and Divine Service, while waiting for a preacher, while waiting for a technical problem to be resolved, and while waiting for Sabbath afternoon program to begin is very good. In addition, they think that it is good to sing hymns in the midst of an ongoing program. The study also revealed that a majority of the youth believe that the suggestions of organising a Divine Service made of hymns throughout, increasing the number of hymns in the Divine service, and maintaining the number of hymns in the Divine Service are very good, On the other hand, the suggestions of organising a Divine Service without hymns and reducing the number of hymns in the Divine Service were rated as very bad and bad respectively. Concerning the song services, the paper reveals that the majority of Ghanaian Adventist youth will strongly agree that members should be allowed to request for their favourite hymns to be sung. Many also agree that the leader in the song service should lead out with the singing of the hymns thematically. Conversely, the majority of the youth strongly disagree with the suggestion that there should be no hymns in song services. The paper therefore postulates that hymns are very important to the youth of the church and hence should be made an integral part of the worship.