Seasons

Values

Songs & Hymns

You can use the indexes on the left to help, scroll down to choose seasons and values. As you choose, Worship Workshop will automatically sort the hymns according to your choices. You can find any hymn by using the search box, just type part of the title and click GO. Please ensure that you include the appropriate copyright information on your CCLI return.

The Lord's My Shepherd (Crimond)

(Psalms, General, Prayer, Reflection) This very famous hymn is based on Psalm 23. It tells of God being always with us whether we are in comfortable places such as by the 'quiet waters'; or in difficult places such as 'death's dark vale'.

Courage, Peace, Trust, Hope, Respect, Reverence, Endurance, Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Mothering Sunday, Holy Week, Easter, Trinity, Pentecost, Harvest/Creation, All Saints/All Souls

Father I Place into Your Hands

(Prayer, Reflection, General)
This song reminds us that we can place all our problems into God's hands as he cares for us. Sometimes we have to admit that we can't do everything in our own strength and ha...

Trust, Thankfulness, Respect, Reverence, Wisdom, Service, Endurance, Community (Koinonia), Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Mothering Sunday, Holy Week, Easter, Trinity, Pentecost, Harvest/Creation, All Saints/All Souls

When I Needed a Neighbour

This modern hymn by Sydney Carter challenges us to care for our neighbours, regardless of their creed (belief or religion) and colour.  It reminds us of Jesus' words in Matthew 25: 44-45 about feeding the hungry, clothing the ...

Creativity/Creation, Thankfulness, Reverence, Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Easter, Trinity, Pentecost, Harvest/Creation, All Saints/All Souls

Kyrie Eleison

(Prayer, Reflection, Meditation, Confession)
The words 'Kyrie eleison' are Greek and mean 'Lord, have mercy'. These words are often said or sung during a time of confession or prayer. The 'Kyrie' is tradi...

Peace, Forgiveness, Humility, Respect, Reverence, Advent, Lent, Holy Week

Holy, Holy, Holy Lord

(Sanctus, Praise) These words are often known by their Latin titles 'Sanctus' & 'Benedictus'. They are often sung during the Eucharistic Prayer which is said in preparation for communion. In the 'Sanctus', the worshippers join with the...

Creativity/Creation, Thankfulness, Reverence, Trinity, Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Easter, Pentecost, Harvest/Creation, All Saints/All Souls

Lord of the Dance (I danced in the morning)

(General)
This song by Sydney Carter is sung to a lively American tune. The words are written as though Jesus was singing them and pictures the Christian life as a dance, with Jesus as the leader. While c...

Courage, Creativity/Creation, Forgiveness, Hope, Endurance, Community (Koinonia), Trinity, Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Mothering Sunday, Holy Week, Easter, Pentecost, Harvest/Creation, All Saints/All Souls

Father God I Wonder

(Prayer, Gathering, Reflection, Praise)
This song reminds us that we are children of God and that we can trust him to always be there to care for us.

Trust, Thankfulness, Respect, Reverence, Endurance, Community (Koinonia), Mothering Sunday, Easter, Trinity, All Saints/All Souls

Lord the Light of Your Love (Shine, Jesus, Shine)

(General, Praise, Sending Out) This modern hymn is an uplifting song of praise by English song-writer Graham Kendrick. In it we ask God to set us free and transform our lives by his love and power.

Courage, Respect, Service, Endurance, Community (Koinonia), Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Mothering Sunday, Holy Week, Easter, Trinity, Pentecost, Harvest/Creation, All Saints/All Souls

Father God in Heaven

(Prayer, Reflection)
This short song is designed to be sung as a response to prayer. You might start a time of prayer by singing it through, then intersperse spoken prayers with repetitions of the song. I...

Courage, Trust, Forgiveness, Hope, Respect, Reverence, Community (Koinonia), Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Mothering Sunday, Holy Week, Easter, Trinity, Pentecost, Harvest/Creation, All Saints/All Souls

Amazing Grace

(General, Reflection, Prayer)
This well-known hymn, is about the wonderful gift of God's grace. It was written in the eighteenth century by John Newton, who worked on a slave ship. During a violent storm ...

Trust, Forgiveness, Hope, Generosity, Advent, Lent, Mothering Sunday, Holy Week, Trinity

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