Engaging Worship

Hebrews 12:28-29  
Therefore, since we are receiving a kingdom that cannot be shaken, let us be thankful, and so worship God acceptably with reverence and awe, for our “God is a consuming fire.”
 
Preparing Your Heart for Worship
From time to time the worship leaders feel led to bring in a song or two that either may be unfamiliar to some, or may even possibly be a song that we haven’t sung for sometime at Chapel Ridge. This section of our worship page will allow you to spend some time listening to the song to either re-familiarize yourself to the song, or introduce you too it for the first time. Just click on the arrows to the left of the song titles, and the video will drop down. We believe this resource is a wonderful way to connect as a church family and prepare our hearts to lift up his name together in a more unified way.
 
 
Jordyn shared 2 newer songs with us during worship a few Sundays ago. The messages and the spirit of these 2 songs will encourage and inspire your heart. Take a few minutes to enjoy and learn and be blessed by a couple of great worship songs:
 
 
Out of Hiding (Father's Song) by Steffany Gretzinger and Amanda Cook
 
 
All Who Are Thirsty
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1. 10,000 Reasons, Matt Redman
2. Build Your Kingdom Here, Rend Collective Experiment
3. Hosanna (Praise is Rising), Paul Baloche
4.Endless Light, Hillsong
5. Befriended
6.There is Nothing, Laura Story
7.He Knows My Name, Paul Baloche
8.Still, Hillsong
9.Oceans, Hillsong United
10. Faithful God, Gateway Worship
11. Cornerstone, Hillsong Live
12. New Doxology, Gateway Worship
13. The Same Love, Paul Baloche
14. Hope of the Nations, Brian Doerkson
15. How He Loves, David Crowder
16. You Said, Hillsong
 
16. Holy Spirit, Jesus Culture
17. I Will Go, Starfield
18. Lord Over All, Sonicflood
19. You'll Come, Hillsong
20. Days of Elijah, Robin Marke
21. The Love of God, Mercy Me
22. At Your Name (Yahweh, Yahweh), Phil Wickham
23. How He Loves, David Crowder
24. This is Amazing Grace, Phil Wickham
25. The Potters Hand, Hillsong