A beautiful anthem of praise and adoration, this contemplative piece will be well received in traditional, blended, and contemporary services alike. For 3-part choir, this worshipful refrain beckons us into His presence with praise. Also available as SATB arrangement.
Arranged for the small choir, this rendition of the beloved Christmas carol features unison singing with moments of 2-part and a 3-part ending. Ready in one rehearsal!
Ideal for blended or light-contemporary settings, arranger Luke Woodard has scaled Russell Mauldin's wonderful arrangement for soloist + SAB choir to bring us this comforting reminder of God's love for us and the promise we have of spending eternity in His presence. SATB version also available.
"He made the heart of man to yearn for peace." Lyrically-rich and tender, this 3-part choral anthem reminds us that our perfect peace is found in Jesus. Works well in traditional and blended worship settings. Also available in an SATB version.
A deeply moving reflection on the crucifixion of Christ, this heartfelt ballad considers the thorns' symbolism in the tragedy of the cross, the sacrifice for sin, and the crown of His resurrection and victory. [Lyric video accompaniment track available to Unlimited Members.]
With memorable lyrics and melody, "Come To the Lamb" is both easy-to-learn and very singable. Ideal for contemporary or blended services, this piece would work well with worship team or 3-part choir. (Lyric video accompaniment track available to Unlimited Members.)
Adapted from Russell Mauldin's excellent SATB arrangement, this 3-part version provides simple yet beautiful parts that your choir can learn in one rehearsal.
This uplifting anthem reminds us regardless of our burdens or circumstances, we are welcome in the house of the Lord. Arranged for 3-part worship choir and soloist, this inviting song works well in blended or contemporary services. [Lyric video accompaniment track available for Unlimited members.]
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.