Holy Week: Palm Sunday


All Glory Laud and Honor- G/A (Traditonal)

Here is Our King – G (Crowder)
Your Grace is Enough – G (Tomlin)
Everlasting God – A (Brenton Brown)
Everything Glorious – A (Crowder)

Open the Eyes of My Heart – E (Paul Baloche)

Hosanna – A (Bishops Mass)


Holy – C (Brenton Brown)

Mystery of Faith
Mystery of Faith 1 – Dm (Klampert)

Time to worship – E (Klampert, Thies)
E (Tomlin)

Say So – G (Houghton)

4 thoughts on “Holy Week: Palm Sunday

  1. Joel,
    That is a TON of music man. How big of a band to you use? I’m curious if you had any issues trying to get everyone to learn all that music?

    I love that you do your own stuff. My goal is to start writing for worship within the next year.

  2. Billy:
    yes it is…we have music through the entire service..
    Our band is kind of tiny now …and its very easy for our singers to learn the music.
    I cant wait to hear the stuff you write billy.

    Joann: its coming very soon..gonna try to have it up today

  3. Church of the Holy Spirit
    Stephens City, VA

    Parish Hall Processional: Hosanna – Carl Tuttle

    Nave Processional: All Glory, Laud and Honor

    Gradual: Are You Washed in the Blood?

    Praise: Here I Am to Worship – Tim Hugher – D
    All the Earth Shall Worship – Carl Tuttle – D

    Recessional: Near the Cross – Fanny Crosby

    The service went well. My kids think every Sunday should begin with a palm-waving parade around the parish hall! We did a shorter praise set because (a) we did the Liturgy of the Palms, which takes 10 minutes or so, and (b) we had one of the priests give a 10 minute teaching on incense.

    Both of the worship songs were slower tempo, because we’d just finished reading the passion narrative, and I didn’t want to wreck the somber mood.

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