Scott Hodge


Worship Projects

Jul 8, 2010

Here’s a handful of……well, what I’d probably call fresh & “eclectic” worship projects I’ve been listening to as of late.  They’re not all new, but they’re all pretty rich.

Sojourn: Before The Throne

Anglican Mission
: The Anima Christi & Prayers of The Saints

NA Band: (Sovereign Grace) Looked Upon

Grace-Midtown: Songs For The City (iTunes link)

Matt Maher: Alive Again

Page CXVI: Hymns I & Hymns II

Trinity Grace Church: Without End

What worship projects are you tuned into right now?

5 Responses to “Worship Projects”

  1. Clay Ginn says:

    Resolved Music, vol. 1 from Enfield is really good. Some classic hymns with more modern music.
    ALM:UK, Name Above All Names is enjoyable, kind of a Hillsong feel.
    Carlos Whittaker’s new album is awesome, at least to me.
    You’re right about Matt Maher’s Alive Again. Lots of good stuff on there.
    I’m going to have to check out the rest of those. Always looking for new stuff that’s outside the norm.

  2. adam lehman says:

    Just filled up my grooveshark playlist. Don’t let me down scott….

  3. Without End is one of my favorites lately. Such a GREAT project!

  4. Mike Morrell says:

    Listen to this MP3, a live rendition of Pádraig Ó Tuama’s song from “Hymns To Swear By.” It’s a 21st-century Psalm of lament.

  5. Mike Morrell says:

    Also Isaac Everett. This is straightforward Psalmody, but in very nice arrangement.

    Joesph Arthur’s music is SO powerful, as is mewithoutYou and Wovenhand (formerly 16 Horsepower)…though it’s not technically ‘worship’…

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