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Guess what? The Network is making another worship playlist. . . a Christmas-themed one! 

Curious, what are some of your favorite Christmas songs? Would you share in the comments below? 

P.S. In case you missed it, we recently created a worship playlist full of songs shared by this wonderful community. What a gift! 


All is Well (Michael W. Smith)

I Celebrate the Day (Relient K)

How Many Kings (Downhere)

Come and Worship (Bebo Norman)

I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day (Casting Crowns)

Carol of the Bells (Barlow Girl)

He Shall Reign Forevermore (Chris Tomlin) 

A Christmas Hallelujah (Cohen's tune; Cloverton lyrics)

Glory (let there be peace) - Matt Maher

Majesty in the Manger - Greg Sykes

Sing we the Song of Emmanuel - Getty/Matt Papa

Noel - Chris Tomlin & Lauren Daigle

I love "Here Comes Heaven" by Elevation Worship. I don't think it's really classified as a Christmas song, but it certainly fits!

One of my favorite Christmas albums is A Christmas Cornucopia by Annie Lennox. She is not a Christian, but recorded this collection of old carols because she thinks there might be some universal truth in them. She did a lot of new orchestration and arrangement that give the album a sense of mystery and wonder.


I have included several songs from her album on a list of favorites I made on Spotify - link here.

Teachers at Hudsonville Christian/Unity Christian High, Jess Hollenbach and Sara Jager, created this album of Christmas music together.

Here with Us (Joy Williams)

O Come, O Come, Emmanuel (feat. Sandra McCracken & Skye Peterson) 

Away in a Manger--Forever Amen (Phil Wickham)

My favorite Christmas CD is The Wonder and Warmth of Christmas with Paul Sandberg. I especially like the song "How Should a King Come?" and another called "This Christmas." 

I have always loved "Once in Royal David's City" --easy to sing and a beautiful message. 

Adding songs shared on the CRCNA Facebook page: 

Mary Did You Know? (Pentatonix)

O Holy Night

Little Drummer Boy (4 King & Country)

I Need a Silent Night (Amy Grant) 

O Come O Come Emmanuel (For Today)

Silent Night (Forevermore) 

Flurries (August Burns Red) 

Song Who Is He In Yonder Stall.

A most beautiful song that spans all of Jesus's life and all of God's plan.

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