Matt Merker is Director of Creative Resources & Training for Getty Music. Matt has contributed to several modern hymns, including “He Will Hold Me Fast.” He is the author of the forthcoming book Corporate Worship: The Church Gathers as God's People. Matt and his wife Erica are members of Trinity Church and live in Nashville, TN with their two children.
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This is as up-to-date as it gets. If a new song hits the airwaves and it starts trending fast, chances are you will be able to spot it here. If an old song suddenly spikes because of a unique current event, you'll see that here as well. So get out a bag of popcorn and hit refresh every 10 minutes to watch the race. Listen on Spotify.
Tried and true. Call them nostalgic, old, or classic, these songs have stood the test of time at PraiseCharts. Take a look through some of the most memorable praise & worship songs of all time. Many of these songs have piano/vocal, choir sheet, and multitrack arrangements. Check them out here and listen on Spotify!
Find the specific piano sheets of the latest released worship songs. Arranged specifically for the pianist, use these sheets to have any keyboardist play with confidence and accuracy. Additional resources you can find are the piano/vocal charts for the choir, lead sheets, and even orchestrations for a much fuller sound.
When your time for rehearsal is tight, Sing It Now puts you in the right key in a four-part (SATB) arrangement that is super accessible. Our Worship Choir arrangements feature three-part vocals for Soprano, Alto, and Baritone voices (SAB). One practice is all you need to unleash your full choir as a diverse team of worship leaders. For vocals that are slightly more accessible, consider our collection of Unison/2-Part arrangements (ST/AB), or Worship Choir (SAB). For vocals that are slightly more challenging, look for the Choral Anthem (SATB) versions.
Nothing breeds confidence in a choir like having your vocalists sing beside someone else who is singing the same part. These two-part vocal arrangements remove the clutter and let your small choir hone in on the melody and one single harmony line. Typically, the Sopranos and Tenors will take the melody, and the Alto's and Bass's will bring in the harmony together. For additional vocal options in a similar accessible style, consider our collection of Worship Choir arrangements (SAB), or Sing It Now (SATB). For vocals that are slightly more challenging, look for the Choral Anthem (SATB) versions.