Top Christmas Worship Songs
Christmas is such a unique season for the church. For some reason, the world seems open to hearing the gospel through song. We sing many of the same songs over and over every year but always looking for something fresh. Here is a list of the most popular worship songs for Christmas right at this moment. Keep an eye on this list, because it gets updated every day, right up until Christmas!
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Hope sometimes feels like it's in short supply and the world feels like it has hit a new low. In troubled times we can sing about the hope of Jesus and hold onto His promises. These songs are a comfort for the battered and bruised; they are songs of hope for a troubled world.
The grave is empty! The King is alive! This Easter Sunday sing about the gift of forgiveness and the power over sin and death that Easter signifies. This is a list of songs about the cross, the resurrection, new life, and much more. Get all the sheet music and chord charts you need for this Easter season today so that you can focus on what really matters in worship!
Holy Week (Mar 28 - Apr 3, 2021) begins with Palm Sunday and includes Holy Monday, Holy Tuesday, Holy Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday. As we focus on the story of Holy Week we remember the dark before the dawn of the resurrection, and the journey to the cross. This reminds us that even though things seem lost, Christ has won!
Maundy Thursday remembers the Last Supper where Jesus and the disciples celebrated the Passover. The complexity of this day - looking back to the faithfulness of God through the Old Testament, and looking forward to the events of Good Friday - gives a tension of heaviness and joy that carries over all of Holy Week. As you reflect and rejoice, use these songs in worship!
Dawn on Easter Sunday is symbolic of new life and pureness through the resurrection! So whether you are online, in a church, or outside for your sunrise Easter service, these songs are perfect for celebrating the empty grave a capella, acoustic, or with a full band! Get all the sheet music and chord charts you need here!
Ash Wednesday (Feb 17, 2021) marks the beginning of the Season of Lent. This day reminds us of our human mortality and need for forgiveness. Ash Wednesday is a solemn day that is lined with the hope of eternal life through grace! Sing one of these songs with your church family as you reflect this Ash Wednesday.
We worship a risen Savior! The triumphant victory of the crucified Savior over the grave is something Christians should celebrate all year long, not just at Easter that we may know Him and the power of His resurrection (Phil 3:10.) Here is a list of top songs themed around the Resurrection.
This year, Lent extends from February 17 to April 3, 2021. The season begins on Ash Wednesday and continues for 40 days, preparing us for Easter. Lent is a time to focus on themes of prayer, repentance, reflection, and renewal -- all designed to prepare us for Passion Week when we consider Christ's journey to the cross, and Easter where we celebrate His resurrection. These songs all resonate with themes that support and complement worship during this season of Lent.
These worship songs about God as King are powerful reminders that the God who created all and sustains all is in control! The hope of a sovereign God is something worth singing about. Plan ahead and sing one of these amazing songs with your church family! Get all the sheet music and chord charts you need here!
From contemporary worship to traditional hymns, here are Christian songs about heaven. The Kingdom of Heaven, the throne of God, angels crying holy holy holy, the return of Christ, our sanctification complete, no sickness, no death and no tears, rejoicing, eternal life -- these are just a few of the many words and ideas that come to mind as we think about heaven.
"Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!" The blood of the sacrificial lamb, throughout the Old Testament, was the means to right relationship with God. But the Blood of Jesus was the perfect sacrifice to bring the world into right relationship with God. Sing about this gift of love with your church family this weekend!
Do you ever wonder if God is still in control of this world? It's normal to wonder that, but at the same time, we need to keep reminding ourselves that God is indeed all-powerful. In spite of all our circumstances, the power of God is real and relevant. When we sing about his power, our hearts are filled with hope, courage, and renewed confidence to face another day. These are the songs that remind us of the powerful God we serve.