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CCM: Fresh, Different, and Good for Congregational Song

Blogger Brian Hehn is the Director of The Center for Congregational Song.

 

In a very thoughtful and collegial Facebook Group I’m a part of, a member asked this question:

Contemporary congregational song: who would you say is doing stuff that if fresh, original, breaks the mould maybe, different from the rest, and good for congregational song?

Here’s the list of recommendations from folks in that group in the order they appear.

Porter’s Gate

 

Common Hymnal

 

Wendell Kimbrough

 

Civic Club

 

City Alight

 

Caroline Cobb Smith

 

Citizens

 

Ghost Ship

 

Sojourn Music

 

Poor Bishop Hooper

 

St. Benedict’s Table

 

“The Heart of God” by Alana Levandoski

 

Rivers and Robots

 

“Come to Me” by David Baloche

 

“Our God Is All Over” by New Life Worship

 

I hope you found something new and useful for your worshiping community! Post your recommendations in the comments below.

 

 

One thought on “CCM: Fresh, Different, and Good for Congregational Song”

  1. Beverly Howard says:

    Thanks for posting these, Brian.

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