1. A Dance on the Grass
    By: Christopher Grundy

    “What song will you sing on your deathbed?” This brief, a cappella song is a threshold song - meant to be sung at the time of dying. With a gentle Celtic feel, it can be useful for hospice, or even funerals. Alto / Tenor / Baritone / Bass. This song is registered with CCLI. #7111716. Learn More

  2. As the Moon
    By: Christopher Grundy

    This gorgeous chorus from Christopher Grundy is a poetic invitation to sing the soul's deepest yearnings and longings for union with the Divine.  We have a feeling this one's going to be used widely.  It could be done in a variety of styles and tempos and used both in worship contexts and beyond (another potential great camp song).

    Learn More

  3. By The Stream
    By: Christopher Grundy

    “By the Stream” is an easy, comforting refrain that sounds like it is based upon Psalm 1 but is actually drawn from Jeremiah 17:7-8. The image of a tree rooted deeply near a stream reminds us of the blessings of trusting in God. The song is best accompanied by guitar and/or piano. Cello and mandolin parts are included in the full score and are also available separately. Learn More

  4. Come to Me
    By: Christopher Grundy

    This song is vintage Christopher Grundy and really deserves to be used more widely.  Great invitation, call to worship, prayer, or "short song or response" based on Jesus' invitation to come and find rest in Matthew 11:28.

    Learn More

  5. Come to the Feast
    By: Christopher Grundy

    A moving, upbeat invitation to the table with a singable refrain suitable for groups, and story verses suitable for a soloist or choir. This song connects Holy Communion with contemporary issues in a way that makes it relevant for today. CCLI # 5845073 Learn More

  6. Drawing Nearer
    By: Christopher Grundy

    This song has been on the site for a while, but we just added a wonderful video for it. Perfect for Advent 2020 virtual worship! In the midst of all the difficulties of our present time, this Advent song looks toward Christmas with hope. A laid back folk/pop chorus, it was written for Advent rites of candle lighting. Easy to play on guitar or keyboard, the song can also be used with a full band. One License #CGDN2014 Learn More

  7. Gloria
    By: Christopher Grundy

    A simple, swaying refrain that updates the traditional Gloria with fresh lyrics and a contemporary tune. Used in churches across the United States every week for years. One License #CGG2002 Learn More

  8. Here in This Place
    By: Christopher Grundy

    Another beautiful, singable, earth-honoring chorus. Easy to play on guitar. This song works well for outdoor worship, church camp, or any time you want to connect with the sacred around you. The song also turns the idea that God is somehow "up" on its head, using imagery of the Spirit rising from the ground. The song works well as a gathering song, introit, call to worship, prayer, or as a congregational hymn. Written by Dr. Christopher Grundy, Associate Professor of Preaching and Worship at Eden Theological Seminary. One License #CGHiTP2002 Learn More

  9. Hidden Hallelujah
    By: Christopher Grundy

    This anthem for soloist and choir includes vignettes addressing human trafficking, transgender discrimination, and the school-to-prison pipeline. The song seeks to name a gritty hope in the midst of struggle. It works well with a band, but could be performed with piano only. Learn More

  10. I Will Sing of Your Love, Love, Love
    By: Christopher Grundy

    "I Will Sing of Your Love, Love, Love" was commissioned by the Missouri/Mid-South Conference of the United Church of Christ to support the "Three Great Loves" campaign of the UCC, but any congregation can enjoy singing it.  This easy, upbeat song has a simple, easy-to-learn format and a refrain that gets in your head and stays there. Based on Psalm 89:1, the song is fun to sing, and will work with a full band or just piano or guitar. It would work well for opening of worship, close of worship, or other places where you want to have some fun. The verses focus on three types of God's love, and our love for each other: love of neighbor, love of children, and love of creation. An optional descant can add complexity to the song, as well as an emphasis on working for, "a just world for all." Learn More

customer