Chandler David Moore is a native of Charleston, South Carolina, currently based in Atlanta, Georgia. He is the son of Bishop Brian & Elder Jametta C. Moore. Often referred to as a modern-day King David, Chandler is a worship leader, songwriter, and instrumentalist. Although his creative calling takes him around the globe, Chandler commits himself to lead the Production Department of his church, All Nations Worship Assembly-Atlanta. Chandler is currently partnered with Maverick City—a collective of worshipers committed to deconstructing unspoken rules that exist in the Contemporary Christian Music and Gospel world. Through this partnership, Chandler has penned and featured on songs like Most Beautiful and Refiner (featuring Steffany Gretzinger). To date, both songs have garnered over 2 million streams apiece. Chandler’s pursuit is pretty simple: to live a life worthy of the call he’s been trusted with.
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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.
Order the beautifully printed booklets in the traditional octavo format for your choir or ensemble.
Through the fall and into the winter, different Christmas worship songs will begin to trend and top the charts here at PraiseCharts. While we love watching the race that this becomes, the best part is seeing the conclusion. And here it is, these are the top 100 Christmas worship songs so far for the year.
Hot off the press from our arrangers, these are new choral arrangements released for your church, school, or ensemble including current modern anthems, modern hymns, and more. Find other seasonal choral arrangements here.
New music is typically released on Fridays. Find the latest charts of the songs here. You can watch this list every Friday for the newest songs from your favorite artists. Follow and listen on Spotify! For a complete list of brand new worship songs listed from top to bottom as they release, check out New Songs Hot Off The Press.
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.