Traditional Hymn Sounding

  1. All Through The Night
    By: Ken Medema

    Ken Medema presents the traditional hymn, "All Through The Night," with a quiet piano accompaniment suitable for a reflective benediction. Learn More

  2. Christ The Lord
    By: Ken Medema

    Ken Medema sets this traditional Easter hymn with a majestic accompaniment that invites worshippers to join together enthusiastically singing about this most holy day. Learn More

  3. Gathering Hymn
    By: Ken Medema

    Ken Medema takes the familiar Ebenezer hymn tune and sets his original lyrics as a call to worship for many kinds of believers--those who are joyful, those who are broken, those without answers, and those who stand firm in faith. He reminds us that God asks us to gather in worship with our fears and our masks left at the door. Ken has created new music to lead us into each new verse. The hymn culminates in a prayer from the gathered for the journey ahead. This setting is highly suitable for congregational singing. Learn More

  4. God of the Movements and Martyrs (Wil Smith Version)
    By: Wil Smith

    "God of the Movements and Martyrs" was written in honor of the 85th anniversary of the North Carolina Council of Churches. the Council was formed in 1935 to address racial injustice, and continues to work for peace, justice, equity, and inclusion. The hymn honors Christians who have been working for a better world for generations, because of their faith, and invites all of us to join in that sacred work. Note: There are several different versions of this song on the CMP site. Each version has it's own product page and related downloads available. It is the same song done if several different styles by several different artists. This particular arrangement by liturgical musician Wil Smith brings this powerful new hymn into the style of traditional congregational hymn. Learn More

  5. God, Known and Unknown
    By: Richard Bruxvoort Colligan

    A hymn exploring the mystery of God and how we name this Mystery. Learn More

  6. Instruments of Your Peace
    By: Sherri Hansen

    From the Composer Sherri Hansen... A fresh, inclusive take on the beloved Prayer of St. Francis. Suitable for solo or congregational singing with an optional vocal or instrumental obligato. Learn More

  7. Lead Kindly Light
    By: Ken Medema

    Ken Medema weaves together the prayerful text of the hymn "Lead, Kindly Light" with earnest questions about whether our devotion remains steadfast despite our circumstances. We cannot know what's ahead of us, but we can pray that God directs our path, one step at a time. Congregations will enjoy this new take on a traditional hymn. Learn More

  8. Love For Enemies
    By: Paul Demer

    I originally wrote “Love For Enemies” for New Braunfels Presbyterian Church (USA) in the Texas Hill Country. I was coming through on tour, playing a concert and doing some guest worship leading. One of the lectionary passages for that Sunday was Luke 6:27-38. After some searching I realized that I didn’t know many songs based on that passage, so I decided to write one. We strive to love our enemies because Jesus loved us “while we were still sinners” (Romans 5:8). This is such an important part of Christianity, but it’s so hard to actually live out, especially in an election year! As we seek to do justice let’s not forget to love kindness and walk humbly with our God, even in 2020. They will know we are Christians by our love. Learn More

  9. O Great Lover Who Pursues Us
    By: Richard Bruxvoort Colligan

    Three verses following the Lover/Beloved story in Song of Songs. Learn More

  10. To the One Making Way
    By: Richard Bruxvoort Colligan

    • The lead sheet product includes lead sheet plus songleader's guide and congregational melody line. 
    • The lyric sheet product is a chord chart.
    • Choral arrangement available at

    This piece can function in 3 ways: the refrain can stand alone as a Gloria, fit for that celebratory moment in worship; the verses can stand alone as a hymn form; all together the song can serve both/either. This song works well with organ, piano or band ensemble.

    This song is licensed via, CCLI and

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