SA Worship magazine is a cooperative project that has contributors from around The Salvation Army World. If you would like more information on how you can contribute, Please write to your local Territorial Worship Representative.

Editor: Simon Gough - Canada And Bermuda Territory 

Music Type Setting: Nik King - United Kingdom and  Republic of Ireland Territory

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Music

SA Worship Magazine believes that a vital part of resourcing Salvation Army worship teams is sharing new music that is being released currently by Salvationist groups around the world. Some of this can be used for worship or for personal listening and reflection.  

Click on the links below to download lead sheets and chord charts. These songs are written by Salvationists for The Salvation Army today.

Charts

New Single from Meraki

He's my Guide

This is my father's world The Singing Company

New Releases

Verses - NEIGHBOUR &LETTING GO

Check out these songs from VERSES 

You can find this  single and other tracks from Verses on

Spotify

Apple Music

Google Play

Amazone Music

iTunes

Deezer

Bearers Single - DEFINED

Check out the new single from Bearers - Defined

Below you can watch the lyric video and the acoustic version of this song.

You can find this  single and other tracks from Bearers on

Spotify

Apple Music

Google Music

You may have missed a gem from last Christmas season, but make sure you don’t miss it again this year. The Light Has Come is the latest recording from transMission (USA Southern). Mixing carols you know and love with some great original songs, this album has something for everyone. If you are looking for an album to listen to this Christmas on repeat, this is the one.

The debut album by Bearers (New Zealand, Fiji, Tonga and Samoa Territory) is entitled Home. This isn’t an album with a laid back South Pacific island vibe. Combining high energy synths, soaring guitars and catchy pop melodies, Home is an honest, real and relatable expression of worship that perfectly captures the energy, excitement and enthusiasm of youth in  The Salvation Army.

EP III is a brand new release from The Singing Company (USA Central). With an indie rock feel to the album, EP III includes both well-known hymns and original songs that vary from smooth piano and saxophone sounds to guitar driven rock. This album is filled with lyrics that remind us about the unity we have as the body of Christ.