New Christmas Choral Arrangements
Gathering the choir for special Christmas productions and services can be inspiring. Here are the newest arrangements of choral worship songs and anthems. Find more Christmas songs and arrangements here.
Last Updated: August 5, 2022
We've pulled together the top songs that can be sung or played at your Christmas Eve service or gathering. Use them in any context during the Advent season.
Find songs that beautifully capture the theological gravitas of this season in the Christian calendar—a season that is about both joy and longing, celebration and expectation, gratitude and petition. Download more resources for Christmas and Advent here.
Over the past year, you've seen the videos of choirs and studio singers coming together (digitally) to sing uplifting songs and hymns, creating works of art that in times like these are needed and incredibly inspiring. Here are the top Christmas choral songs for the season. Find even more Christmas music here.
Christmas is probably the easiest season to bring fresh life to your church choir. Even if you don't have a regular choir, people want to get involved at Christmas. It's a great way to build community and make room for a wide spectrum of vocalists who may or may not be well-suited behind a microphone. Here is a great list of the newest Christmas songs released for your church choir. We have choir sheets for all of these titles, with vocal arrangements in four-part SATB harmony so that everyone has as part to sing.
Some songs just could not include the piano. These are newly released piano sheet arrangements for songs that are new. Download the piano/vocal packs from songs here. Find even more Christmas music here.
Here are newly released songs that a congregation can worship in celebration of Christ's arrival for the Christmas Eve service. Find more Advent and Christmas resources here.
Whether traditional or contemporary, having a Christmas choir can be inspiring to the wider congregation. We've arranged these sheets in four-part harmony (SATB) so that your choir can sing in confidence for the Christmas season. Find more Christmas songs and arrangements here.