On the evening of Sunday, March 9th , thousands of worshippers gathered to fill the Acer Arena in Sydney as Hillsong Church recorded their latest live worship album. It was an unforgettable night-an encounter with God that left the thousands who filled the stadium humbled and in awe of the wonder and grace of God and the reality of Christ. The church was truly united in heart and passion - and the breadth of the Hillsong worship team was reflected as a number of new songwriters, worship leaders and musicians joined Darlene Zschech , Reuben Morgan, Joel Houston and Marty Sampson on the platform to capture the sound of the generations old and new together in worship and song. After a best-of and a break from annual releases in , Passion is back with God of This City, the successful conference's tenth new album since its debut. It's also the first album recorded at more than one location-the annual big event in Atlanta, as well as brand-new regional events in Boston and Chicago.
Singing the Mass Hymns With Joy!
The Philippine’s Top 50 Songs in Christian Music for 2014
Every year, Billboard. These are the Top 10 most successful Christian songs for This track spent 15 weeks at number one and was easily one of the most memorable Christian songs to be released in
A Catholic Country
If that ridiculously rocking poster of Our Lady Of Sorrow from UST is any indication, we really, really take our musical journey inside hallowed ground pretty seriously. That being said, some songs simply stand out over all the others, to the point that even the quietest of congregations would suddenly burst into song the moment some of these excellent pieces of music kick in. These songs bring instant life to any mass with everyone suddenly singing at the top of their lungs to these bops. With that in mind, here now are 8 songs that really get the party started in church. This is a very niche song, especially since chances are, you need to be a Bosconian to recognize this tune. This song!
Charito is a Catholic churchgoer. Listening to catchy mass hymns deepens her prayer life. I come from a country where Roman Catholicism is still the predominant religion. This is no wonder since Catholicism dates back to the sixteenth century when Spain colonized the Philippines and brought forth the faith. Today, in practically all the Catholic churches nationwide - and even in some offices, schools, and malls that have indoor chapels - many Filipinos attend the daily mass scheduled in the morning, noontime, and early evening. On weekdays, it's common to see professionals and students attend these masses. Filipinos are music lovers, and for them to better appreciate the liturgical services, they sing the mass hymns with much glee. Some talented Filipinos have composed hymns that have become popular. As a Filipino Catholic, I attend mass daily.