Weaving together classic hymns including "Now Thank We All Our God," "Come, Ye, Thankful People, Come," "As Men of Old Their First Fruits Brought," and "We Praise You, O God, Our Redeemer," this 3-part anthem is a boisterous choral statement perfect for the Thanksgiving season.
Set to the beloved Irish tune "Londonderry Air," Sheldon Curry's lyric of gratitude and flowing choral arrangement is a lovely, lilting prayer of thanksgiving. Includes optional flute.
A collection of 5 easy 3-part and SATB Thanksgiving favorites from renowned writers/arrangers that your choir will enjoy rehearsing as much as they enjoy singing.
Scored for piano and voices, this easy 15-minute suite for traditional or blended choir settings is a thanksgiving-themed celebration that's appropriate for any time of year. Optional responsive readings provide a wonderful opportunity to involve your congregation!
For the blended or light contemporary worship choir, this joyous choral celebration makes an upbeat six-song, 22-minute centerpiece for your Thanksgiving Sunday or Thursday service. Features light, conversational narration and accessible arrangements.
This short and sweet (10 minute) kids choir program has three fun, singable (unison w/some 2-part), and biblical songs woven together with easy narration (2 speakers) that underscores the idea that being grateful to God is an attitude that’s appropriate all year long!
A simple yet regal a cappella arrangement of this Thanksgiving classic (with optional accompaniment track) is fun to learn and sing--an opportunity to highlight the vocal giftings of your choir, ensemble or worship team!
This contemporary 24-minute worship set includes songs of prayer, gratitude, confession and remembrance arranged for 2 or 3-part with soloist and strong congregational components by some of today’s most popular arrangers. Short narrations can be used by worship leader or shared by multiple speakers.
This simple, flowing trio of songs weaves together familiar scriptures and melodies to celebrate not only God's earthly provision for His people but the eternal provision our Father has made for us through His Son.