A fresh and poignant piano-driven solo rendering of the traditional carol that brings the hope of true comfort and joy to the world-weary. [Lyric video accompaniment track available to Unlimited PLUS Members.]
Arranged for soloist + female trio, your ensemble or advanced choir will love this whimsical a cappella version of "We Wish You A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year" pulled from Karen England & Nancy Groeneveld's "The Christmas Project." A fun way to end your Christmas program or carol sing.
This light and airy men's trio (or solo + ensemble) testifies to the hope, joy and love we find dwelling in the shadow of God's protection. Stylistically, think "The Gatlin Brothers" with a light-acoustic pop feel. Works well in blended and contemporary settings.
Jeremy Horn's powerful and upbeat, contemporary worship song conveys the sense of confidence that comes from trusting Christ fully. Great for your worship team to lead--especially during a time of commitment and surrender. For soloist/worship leader, and includes harmonies for second vocalist.
Dave Williamson's version of one of Discover Worship's most popular worship songs has been masterfully arranged by Luke Woodard for 2-part choir or ensemble. A flexible praise chorus, this anthem works well in a variety of service styles: traditional to contemporary.
Karen England & Nancy Groeneveld have arranged these two beloved Christmas carols into an easy contemporary setting for duet or ensemble. Recorded by actual church musicians, these songs are as musically accessible as they are fresh and joyful!
This popular, melodic Vineyard song proclaims the profound theological truth that "Heaven came down, judgment is broken, mercy has triumphed, and I’m found in you. " For blended and contemporary worship settings, this piece is arranged for worship leader and includes harmony parts for your team.
A stirring 4-part (TTBB) Southern/inspirational anthem for men's ensemble or choir that celebrates the love that kept Christ on the Cross on our behalf. Works well in blended and contemporary settings. From the Georgia-based group, Sounds of Jericho. (www.soundsofjericho.com)