Teaching Recordings – Christmas Hymns

Merry Christmas!

We had our annual Regional Christmas service yesterday and we had a great mix of music – some classic hymns, high energy rock, tender strings and ukelele, 50’s rockabilly, and even some rap.  Anyway, in preparing for the service I put together a few teaching recordings that I thought might be helpful to you worship teams out there in your services the next couple weeks.  I’ll also include what I called the “Joy to the World chant” – we did a high energy version of Joy to the World and then went into this – you’ll recognize the chorus and I wrote some verses which different soloists did caller/response style with the congregation.  (This is just a thrown together demo recording, but you get the idea, in case you’d like to try it.)   By the way, we also did Chris Tomlin’s song “Emmanuel (Hallowed Manger Ground)” – what a fantastic Christmas praise song.  And a great version of “Do You Hear What I Hear” by Third Day we’ve done before.  Have fun with Christmas worship the next couple weeks!

Joy to the World (chant) – demo recording

Joy to the World (chant) – lyrics

Hark the Herald Angels Sing – sheet music

Hark the Herald Angels Sing – teaching recording

O Come All Ye Faithful – sheet music

O Come All Ye Faithful – teaching recording

The First Noel – sheet music – we do it one step lower than this sheet music

The First Noel – teaching recording

The First Noel – demo recording – this is the key do it in, but not quite as fast as this, and not as many verses.

O Holy Night – sheet music

O Holy Night – teaching recording 2

Regional Service Schedule, Dec 11

chord charts sunday regional 12-11

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