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PraiseCharts chord charts are transposable, editable, capo friendly and ready for both digital and print use. They match the recordings you know and love, and provide noted tempo and worship-friendly fret diagrams. After experiencing chord charts from PraiseCharts, you may never want to download another kind of chord chart again!
This is as up-to-date as it gets. If a new song hits the airwaves and it starts trending fast, chances are you will be able to spot it here. If an old song suddenly spikes because of a unique current event, you'll see that here as well. So get out a bag of popcorn and hit refresh every 10 minutes to watch the race. Listen on Spotify.
In the fourth and final week of advent, we focus on the theme of joy. The joy of a mother, the joy that filled the angels with song, the joy of salvation. These Christmas worship songs with the theme of joy are perfect for this week of advent. Find more themes on hope, peace, and love. Find Advent and Christmas readings here.
The second week of advent focuses on peace. The peace that the birth of Christ brings over our circumstances, our desires, and our futures. Here is a list of Christmas worship songs with the theme of peace for the second week of advent. Find more themes on hope, peace, and joy. Find Advent and Christmas readings here.
Not everybody can play and sing by ear. These charts help take out the guesswork for your vocalists and piano player - as long as they can read music! Even if you don't take these charts on stage for live worship, they are a great resource during rehearsals to help solidify what everyone should play and sing in order to come out with a great sound in the end. See other piano/vocal products available here.
With all this new worship music coming out every week, choirs are more important than ever. Whether your style is traditional, contemporary, or charismatic, a worship choir puts the focus on people who want to actively lead worship -- with their voices and their faces. We have made sure that all the best worship songs have vocal sheets with parts to sing for soprano, alto, bass, and tenor voices. If you can make room on your team for a choir, (or even just want to break into parts) these songs will raise the roof in your church!