7 Easter hymns and original tunes that are ideal for celebrating Easter in online services, or in-person ones with limited singing.
Phil Moore’s recording of Ben Clube’s advent adaptation of this classic hymn joyfully points us to what Christmas is really about in the midst of uncertainty – our King.
Phil Moore’s original ‘Welcome Home’ looks back to Jesus’ birth in our home – this broken world – in order to bring us to our true home with him.
Join the angels in praising God for Jesus’ birth in this classic but lesser-known carol with a modern twist. Ideal for online or in-person carol services.
Join the herald angels in contemplating the birth of God’ Son in this carol where the gospel truths of the lyrics stand out in the simpler chords.
Come and adore Christ the Lord with this jazzed-up carol that offers a modern twist on familiar tune, blending piano, drums and harmonious vocals.
Phil Moore has produced a beautiful rendition of this familiar carol with a stunning female solo that preserves the traditional tune and pitch.
Phil Moore’s new original ‘We Have a Lamb’ looks beyond Jesus’ birth to the hope he offers: at the cross, of fulfilment and as our sacrificial Lamb.
From Phil Moore’s 2020 album Home for Christmas: Carols for a very different Christmas. A Phil Moore original, this song traces the Word of God: from creation’s beauty and order, to the prophets’ teaching, to Jesus the Word in flesh, to finally hearing, believing and sharing Jesus’ words of life and freedom.
Phil Moore’s adaptation of Charles Wesley’s classic Easter hymn lifts our voices to the joy of Easter Sunday – Alleluia!
Sing of our Saviour’s marvellous and wonderful love for us, exemplified in his death on the cross and secured by his triumphant resurrection.
Sing of the blessings poured out on us at the cross: we have a sacrificial Lamb, a Shepherd to guide us, a stream to satisfy us and a Father who brings us home.
An original Easter tune from Phil Moore that reminds us of Christ’s overflowing love shown on the cross that fills and fixes empty, broken hearts.
A hopeful, reflective song that looks forward to the certain hope of a renewed world and restored relationship with God, achieved by Christ’s death on the cross and his glorious resurrection.
Phil Moore’s adaptation of Isaac Watts’ classic Easter hymn fixes our eyes on the wonder of the cross and Jesus’ divine, amazing love in action.
Sing the words of Isaiah 53 and hear the cost of Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross: the man of grief gave up his life so that we might sing for joy.