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 responses to “Holy Week: Palm Sunday”

  1. Billy Chia Avatar

    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. joannmski Avatar

    Hey Joel, we are trying to get the set for Easter. What are you planning for Easter?

  3. klampert Avatar

    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

  4. Darren Avatar

    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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