Saturday, July 21, 2007

Worship Together This Week


Free Sheet Music
Speak O Lord - Getty & Townend
How Can I Keep From Singing - Tomlin & Redman
In Christ Alone - Getty & Townend

New Song Cafe
Speak O Lord with Stuart Townend, Keith & Kristyn Getty

Now Playing in the
Speak O Lord - Keith & Kristyn Getty
How Can I Keep From Singing - Chris Tomlin
Everything Glorious - David Crowder*Band
In Christ Alone - Keith & Kristyn Getty

Featured Bible Study
How Can I Keep From Singing by Chris Tomlin

Featured Article
The Getty/Townend Writing Collaboration

Featured Worship Leader
Keith & Kristyn Getty

The Ultimate Songbook for all skill levels. In creating this book, our intent was to provide you with the ultimate modern worship resource. We hope you find it extremely helpful in your personal and corporate worship. The How To Volume 6 includes...

- Sheet Music
- Demo CD
- Overhead Masters
- Chord Charts
- Cut Capo Charts

...for all 40 songs in the book including new songs and top songs from worship leaders Matt Redman, Tim Hughes, Chris Tomlin, Leeland, Michael Gungor and more!

The How To Songbook Volume 6 contains far more material than standard songbooks. It is a resource for modern worship. Learn more...

What kind of writing collaboration would put well-known British songwriter and worship leader Stuart Townend together with composer/arranger Keith Getty from Northern Ireland?

Writing hymns? Yes, the two have spent much of the last five years channeling their artistic energies and spiritual insights into the creation of a new genre of modern worship music for the church - modern Hymns. Across the vast landscape of worship styles and liturgical traditions, congregations are using songs like “In Christ Alone,” “See, What a Morning!” and “The Power of the Cross” to raise their voices in praise to God and to embrace the life-changing, faith-building truths of the Bible.

The most widely used is the very first song that Getty and Townend penned together—”In Christ Alone.” Keith had a strong Irish melody in mind, one that he imagined being sung by a large crowd of worshipers. More...

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