Top 100 Christmas Worship Songs of 2021
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 2021.
Last Updated: December 26, 2021
Planning for Christmas-themed services is just 'round the corner and we want you to have the best Christmas songs and hymns in a variety of traditional, modern, and contemporary arrangements. With a variety of different resources to support your worship band, choir, or orchestra, these are some of the best worship songs for the Christmas season.
This never-ending balance of humanity and eternity. Of flesh and spiritual. But He arrived some 2,000 years ago, to disturb what we all knew and provide a path of peace, love, and understanding. His arrival remains. His presence has not dissipated. And His exit won't be announced. What an entrance to the coming of Christ. Download chord charts, lead sheets, orchestrations, and audio tracks of songs and hymns for the Christmas season.
Create a perfect Christmas worship medley with these carols and worship songs! Download the chord charts, lead sheets, choir sheets, and orchestrations that creatively combine similar themes, tempos, and grooves for the Christmas choir, or church ensemble. Find even more Christmas music here.
After Jesus was born in Bethlehem in Judea, during the time of King Herod, Magi from the east came to Jerusalem and asked, “Where is the one who has been born king of the Jews? We saw his star when it rose and have come to worship him.…” On coming to the house, they saw the child with his mother Mary, and they bowed down and worshiped Him. Then they opened their treasures and presented Him with gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. (Matthew 2:1-2,11). Download chord charts, lead sheets, orchestrations, and audio tracks of songs and hymns for the Christmas season.
Christmas is such a unique season for the church. For some reason, the world seems open to hearing the gospel through song. We sing many of the same songs over and over every year but always looking for something fresh. Here is a list of the most popular worship songs for Christmas right at this moment. Keep an eye on this list, because it gets updated every day, right up until Christmas!
Looking for Christmas songs for church services? Your Christmas Eve service is coming up and you're probably looking to put together the best worship session of the year. Find some familiar and even new favorites here. For even more Christmas music, we've pulled together all the lists here. Listen on Spotify.
Anita and Ben Tatlow have found a way to bring together a beautiful collection of modern and original sounds of worship through their ministry, Salt of the Sound. Here is a collection of some of their favorite seasonal modern worship songs, as featured in their Spotify playlist, Christian Christmas Music. From their home base in Hong Kong, Anita and Ben are impacting the world with their original music that has been featured by BBC radio, UNICEF, and TEDx.
People in almost every culture around the world have told the story of the birth of Jesus. The variety of music to which the familiar story has been set provides a colorful background for its retelling in song for any context. Find more Christmas music here.
These are some of the best Christmas songs for children and families. These Christmas Songs are for children of all ages... and many will also appeal to grown-ups.
Bethlehem was small, but God often uses the little things of life to work out his plans. A great ruler from tiny Bethlehem was promised in Micah 5:2. Matthew 2:6 emphasizes Beth­le­hem's importance, declaring, “You, Bethlehem . . . are by no means least among the ­rulers of Judah.” Find other Christmas songs and hymns on the theme of advent and the coming of Jesus.
Choosing a variety of modern Christmas songs and hymns arranged by artists including Keith & Kristyn Getty, Travis Cottrell, Lincoln Brewster, and Phil Wickham.