Posted by Morgan Shirey on 7 November 2016

Our new "Weekly Spotify Setlist" playlists are built to help you discover new songs to use for your church. We have two playlists: Modern & Blended. The Modern Worship Playlist is crafted for worship leaders that might be interested in the most current trends in worship music while the Blended Worship Playlist is crafted for those worship leaders looking for congregational songs that might meet a broader audience. You can subscribe to each playlist as well as follow us on Spotify!

Modern Worship Discovery

MODERN WORSHIP THUMBNAIL


Blended Worship Discovery

BLENDED WORSHIP THUMBNAIL2 

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