Palm Sunday Contemporary Music – UPDATED

Palm Sunday Contemporary Music – UPDATED (May 15, 2012)

Here’s a place that sells both palms and ashes:

Here’s a few songs that would work for Palm Sunday:

Scripture References: Zech 9:9,10; Php 2:5-11; Mt 21:1-11; Ps 24; Mk 11:1-10; Lk 19:28-40

Song Title Writer, Song Location & Notes
No Tramp of Soldier’s Marching Feet CWS 716
Hosanna (Praise is Rising) Paul Baloche and Brenton Brown:
We Bow Down Twila Paris, BOB 233
He is Exalted Twila Paris
Hosanna Carl Tuttle, BOB 95
Hosanna, Loud Hosanna CW130 New Hymn Arrangement:
All Glory, Laud and Honor CW131
Like an Avalanche Joel Houston, Php 2:5-11

3 thoughts on “Palm Sunday Contemporary Music – UPDATED”

  1. Thanks! I was hoping to find something like this so I wouldn’t need to reinvent the wheel! Songs look great!!

    God’s peace!


  2. Steve,
    Thanks for your posts.We’ve used several of these for Palm Sunday. I’m curious. To what does CWS refer?

    For Easter, I like See What a Morning (Getty). We are also going to try Savior of the World by Cantelon. It has a good Easter text and a singable melody.


    1. Michael, Our Synod (WELS) published a supplement to our hymnal a few years back. We call our hymnal CW (for Christian Worship) and the new supplement is referred to as “CWS”.


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