Top 25 Worship Songs In U.S. Churches

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  1. HeDied4U

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    May 6, 2001
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    What with all the debate raging concerning modern worship songs versus traditional hymns, I thought I would post this little tidbit.

    God Bless!!!

    Adam :cool: [​IMG]


    What worship songs are churches using the most? Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCU) has released its list of top songs from the most recent church reporting period, October 2002 - March 2003.

    'The CCLI Top 25 List is a true benchmark for church music, since it represents a clear measure of which songs the churches are using most in their congregational singing," said Howard Rachinskj, Founder and President/CEO of CCU.

    Here are the top 25 worship songs, as reported by churches across the United States:

    [ song title – writer(s) ]

    Open the Eyes of My Heart – Paul Baloche

    Lord, I Lift Your Name on High – Rick Founds

    Shout to the Lord – Darlen Zschech

    Come, Now is the Time to Worship – Brian Doerksen

    Breathe – Marie Barnett

    Trading My Sorrows – Darrell Evans

    You Are My All in All – Dennis Jernigan

    You Are MY King – Billy James Foote

    I Could Sing of Your Love Forever – Martin Smith

    The Heart of Worship – Matt Redman

    Give Thanks – Henry Smith

    We Fall Down – Chris Tomlin

    Here I Am to Worship – Tim Hughes

    Above All – Lenny LeBlanc / Paul Baloche

    God of Wonders – Marc Bryd / Steve Hindalong

    Draw Me Close – Kelly Carpenter

    I Love You Lord – Laurie Klein

    As the Deer – Martin Nystrom

    Forever – Chris Tomlin

    Better Is One Day – Matt Redman

    Shine Jesus Shine – Graham Kendrick

    Awesome God – Rich Mullins

    You're Worthy of My Praise – David Ruis

    Majesty – Jack W. Hayford

    Change My Heart, 0 God – Eddie Espinosa
  2. Trotter

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    Jun 29, 2003
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    Love the list...know almost all of them by heart...will never get to hear them in my home church :( .

    In Christ,
  3. Dr. Bob

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    Jun 30, 2000
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    This is a duplicate topic from the music forum. If you would like to reply, please go there and join in!

    We ask not to post duplicate topics in various forums. Thanks! [​IMG]

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