1. All Belong Here
    By: Gary Rand (Producer)
    By: The Many

    "All Belong Here" is a new kind of call to communion, a call to remember who we are, and how much we are loved. It is a song that sees the Lord's Table as a place where we all belong. It reminds us that the whole world is God's table, where we can eat and be filled, where we can drink in the grace. Learn More

  2. Candle Burning
    By: Pat Mayberry

    Another beautiful contemporary hymn by Canadian composer Pat Mayberry. This song focuses on the Light or "spark of the Divine" within all persons, and could be used in many different contexts liturgically. This would make a great Advent hymn for use during Advent candle lighting services, and also as part of a Christmas service and candle light service in particular. Note: The piano arrangement for this song includes SATB parts!! Learn More

  3. Find Our Way To Love
    By: Gary Rand (Producer)
    By: Hannah Rand
    By: The Many

    This is a brand new song from Gary, Lenora, and Hannah Rand and their worship band, "The Many."  Among other things this song is their powerful, soulful, and faithful musical response to the violence and death of Charleston, Paris, and Orlando.  The song is a lament, a proclamation of the biblical Truth that whatever we do to someone else, we ultimately do to ourselves, and ends with the hopeful reminder that God "so loves the world" that we can always "find our way to love."  

    Piano arrangement coming soon!

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  4. If We Don't Have Love
    By: Fran McKendree

    Another great song written by Brian McLaren and arranged and performed by Fran McKendree and Ana Hernandez.  This is an infectious arrangement, easy to play on guitar, and the lyrics are based on the familiar 1 Cor. 13.  One of the great things about this song is that it can be used in lots of contexts--congregational worship, children's choirs, even as a camp song.  Warning--you won't be able to get it out of your heads!  

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  5. Imago Dei
    By: Andra Moran
    By: Richard Bruxvoort Colligan

    A song affirming each person's holy worth and our collective siblinghood. Learn More

  6. Love and Justice
    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.

    This song is a reflection on Psalm 101, longing for wholeness on behalf of self, others, a nation, a world. Reconciliation is possible when there is a desire for integration, collection, weaving together of two things thought to be polarized or opposed. Singing this song may bring to mind the conflicts that are present and our longing for change.

    This song is licensed voa OneLicense.net, CCLI and Worldmaking.net.

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  7. More Than Welcome Here (BS)
    By: Bryan Sirchio

    Many congregations consider themselves to be "welcoming," and that's fantastic.  But it's time to be MORE than just welcoming.  This song goes beyond welcome to the call for joyful and full participation in the community of faith. 

    "More Than Welcome Here" was inspired in part by a quote that Bryan Sirchio saw tweeted...something like "Welcome is being included.  Belonging is being you're missed when you're not there."  

    Note:  This song is available exclusively here on the CMP site.

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  8. Move
    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.

    This song is a reflection on Psalm 109, one of the most angry psalms. The song "Move" invites focused commitment to be active in the work of protest, healing and justice. It also names anger as a natural response to oppression, perhaps a good fuel for change.

    This song is licensed voa OneLicense.net, CCLI and Worldmaking.net.

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  9. Rise Up Together
    By: Agape (David Sherer)

    This song features both a beautifully melodic and inspiring chorus for congregations to sing and also rap style verses with great theology.  A powerful anthem that can be used in many contexts.

    Note:  Given the nature of this song there is no piano arrangement for it, but there is piano notation for a repetitive part that can be played underneathe the rap at the top of the lead sheet.

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  10. The Blessing of Life Forevermore
    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.

    Psalm 133 celebrates unity. "The Blessing of Life Forevermore" focuses on a curious verse that suggests that living in unity/community is the greatest imaginable blessing.

    This song is licensed via OneLicense.net, CCLI and Worldmaking.net.

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