Hold On to the Rock – SATB: Lorenz 10/4568L view . NEW TTBB: 10/5377L A very spirited Gospel a cappella. “It doesn’t take a mighty earthquake to shake the ground you stand on.” This ministers to us all as we experience our own personal “quakes”.
How Great Is the Lord - Lorenz 10/5250L - Rhythmic and worshipful, this could be a strong multi-generational anthem with the optional children’s choir. the chorus features a strong melodic hook optional children’s choir a delightful addition.
Sweet Are the Prayers of a Friend - Beckenhorst BP2155 Inspired by a prayer meeting in my church. Very moving. "Friends pray for healing. They pray revealing all the burdens of our souls."
Tapestry of Love - Beckenhorst
Day to Sing Hosanna - Lorenz 10/5115L Really fun. Not just for Palm Sunday. A ¾ time piece with stomps and handclaps, it has a cool swaying motion. I think it’s best to clap on beats 2 AND 3 after the singing begins. It's easy to have the congregation to join on the clapping sections.
God Hears Our Song - HL 35031827 This celebrates music's role in worship and then involves the congregation by singing, "Holy, Holy, Holy". Gently contemporary, congregations of every worship style will resonate with its musical and theological themes.
God Will Open a Door - Lorenz 10/5134L I've often heard people talk about God opening a door and thought I'd give them a way to sing it. Note the "opening" theme as the voice parts echo to communicate the opening of the door.
My Song for Life - Hal Leonard 35032181 Includes "Jesus Loves Me". Good for service themes of children, senior adults, teacher appreciation and recruitment. Here's the first verse: "When I was just a child, I was surrounded by - the people who loved me. And they taught me a song, and when I sang along, I knew Jesus loves me. A simple song of faith, It taught I could pray to the one who was strong.This was my song for life."