New Songs

From time to time, we learn new songs in our services. Here you can listen to some we have learned most recently, which may help you to learn them more quickly.

Sing to the LORD a new song;
     sing to the LORD, all the earth.

Psalm 96:1

When darkness deepens (Here with me)



“Thinking about the realities of life – the joys, the breakthroughs, the hardships and the journeys we walk through – ‘Here with me’ explores what it means to know that God is with us through it all.

“The final verse talks about the moment we’ll see Jesus face-to-face, where we won’t need eyes of faith. As we look back on the life we’ve lived, all these moments of hardship and pain and breakthrough and joy, we’ll see that in every and each moment, God has been with us.” (Tim Hughes – song writer)

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Though the nations rage (Ancient of Days)



This modern hymn focuses our praise on God as the Ancient of Days, as described in the book of Daniel. Click here for a more detailed explanation of the song.

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How good it is to sing (Psalm 147)



“‘How good it is to sing’, like the psalm, explores the dynamic image of God’s power and might expressed in the words of Scripture and creation, which is, incredibly, married to His care and concern for the weakest and the most vulnerable among us. To see His power expressed in the icy blast (Psalm 147 v17) and power of creation, and to recognise simultaneously that He cares for the orphan and the refugee (expressed as the ‘exiles’ in the psalm) is a profound and wonderful message for all of us, and encourages everyone to put their hope fully in God.” (Stuart Townend – song writer)

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What gift of grace is Jesus my Redeemer (Yet not I)



This song focuses on some great truths about Jesus that we can hold on to and reminds us that all we have is not from ourselves, but through Christ.

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God, the uncreated one



“‘Kingdoms rise and kingdoms fall, he is faithful through it all’ is a timely reminder for us. Our God, who was, is, and is to come, is actively working in our world.

As beautifully as he hung the stars in space, he has faithfully been our strong fortress in every storm. We can trust his unchanging character because he has perfectly revealed himself to us in the cross, and powerfully defeated even death itself. The Eternal King is a God of love, leading his people into everlasting life. ” (Aaron Keyes – song writer)

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