Female Lead Worship Songs
We all know that most worship songs can be led by a male or female, but some songs have a tender style that is well served by the purity of a female voice. If you are a female looking for a song to fit your unique vocal range (altos in particular), this is the list for you. All of these songs were led by a female in the original recording.
Last Updated: December 5, 2022
Nostalgic and classic -- these contemporary worship songs have stood the test of time. Their melodies and chord progressions trigger memories of how the Spirit of God has moved throughout the decades. Slip one of these great classics into your setlist, and you'll be sure to capture the hearts of worshippers from a generation that has been faithful since the good old days. Here is a list of the most popular old Christian worship songs.
Some songs are uniquely arranged where they need two worship leaders: a male and a female. Often, the vocal range of a section in the song is uniquely purposed for a male or female lead. If you are looking for a song that brings you together as a team, this is the list for you. These songs were originally recorded featuring both male and female worship leaders.
Worship songs usually start in a writing room, then go to the studio, and finally end up on stage in a live worship experience. When a worship album comes out of the studio, the producers are able to pursue complete precision around every beat of every measure of every track that makes up the whole song. Here is a list of our favorite arrangements of worship songs that have come straight out of the studio. We make the charts match the song, note for note, measure for measure!
Listening to a live worship album makes you feel like you are right in the room, surrounded by hundreds of other worshippers. Usually, the arrangement and vocals are less polished, but that comes as an easy trade for capturing the authentic worship experience. When we chart these arrangements, they serve as a great resource to demonstrate how to lead these songs in your own live worship setting. Playing for live worship is not the same as playing in the studio. This list is full of our favorite live worship arrangements.