1. Ashes
    By: My Anchor Holds

    “Ashes” was written for Ash Wednesday worship, to be played during the imposition of ashes, or during Communion any time of year. It's a reminder that in our messy, disconnected human moments, we can be reconnected to the Divine and to one another through the most elemental things… bread, wine, water, earth. Learn More

  2. Ashes to Ashes
    By: Andra Moran

    A song of longing and hope for Ash Wednesday. We have two lead sheets available. One is capoed up one fret for guitar players, the other set in Bb. Note: A brand new lyric video for this song is now available! Learn More

  3. Bless This Good Earth
    By: Richard Bruxvoort Colligan

    "Bless This Good Earth" is a song for body anointing. It was originally made to fit within a Holy Week service remembering the Woman with the Alabaster Jar who anointed Jesus days before his death (John 12:1-3, Luke 7:36-50, Mark 14:3-9, Matthew 26:6-13). The central refrain invites the community to sing of our bodies the way we do on Ash Wednesday-- as dust, good earth. The verses invite a blessing with oil or water on eyes, ears, lips, heart, shoulders, hands and feet. Learn More

  4. Forgive Us
    By: The Many

    From Gary Rand of "The Many..." "Forgive Us is a song of lament and confession. It’s a song to sing when the words don’t come; when our efforts to help, or do right, or even pray seem to come up empty. The songs says, “we don’t know how to pray here, stay here. All we hope is that you’re here.” It’s a song that resonates with Romans 8:26-27, where Paul speaks of the Spirit interceding for us when we don’t have the words." Learn More

  5. Make a New Heart
    By: Richard Bruxvoort Colligan

    A song of confession and forgiveness reflecting on Psalm 51. Learn More

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