Soul-Stirring Songs of the Spirit for Pentecost

Soul-Stirring Songs of the Spirit for Pentecost 2 640x361Join us as we look at a list of soul-stirring songs that focus on the Holy Spirit – and that are perfect for Pentecost! Below, we've put together a special selection of songs that will move your congregation to worship at Pentecost and throughout the year! 

In this feature, we'll highlight a beautiful assortment of songs that focus our hearts in worship and bring glory to the Holy Spirit. These songs span from blended to contemporary and feature SATB, 3-part, solo, praise & worship, and instrumental arrangements of some truly outstanding pieces including the brand new song from Doug Spires entitled, Holy Spirit, Come! 

These soul-stirring pieces include arrangements by Wes Ramsay, Dennis Allen, Russell Mauldin, Dave Williamson, Hal Wright, Tim Paul, and more! Whether contemporary, traditional, or blended, there's something here for every church congregation and worship service for Pentecost and beyond!

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You Remain
You Remain (with orchestration) 

Arranged by Tim Paul
Steadily building from contemplative to celebratory, "You Remain" is a power ballad that brings the worship team and choir together to extol the faithfulness and timelessness of God. Perfect for a blended worship service, with orchestration available to Unlimited Plus members.

Set Our Hearts on FirePRAISE & WORSHIP (EASY)
Set Our Hearts on Fire
Arranged by Kinsley Southworth
With a passionate message and contemporary country feel, this worship anthem gives voice to our desire to experience the Holy Spirit’s revival in every heart. Perfect for small band accompaniment.

Fire Fall Today
Arranged by West Hills Worship
From West Hills Worship comes this heartfelt prayer of surrender that asks the Spirit of God to descend and ignite our souls once again. Starting with slow intentionality, the song builds to a powerful crescendo as the congregation joins in singing the simple words and melody.

Holy Spirit, ComeSOLO (EASY)
Holy Spirit, Come
Arranged by Doug Spires
A heartfelt prayer for strength that can only come through the Holy Spirit, this song is a gentle, tranquil offering – as well-suited to congregational singing as it is to solo performance. Simple enough for small bands of all skill levels!

Where the Spirit IsSATB (EASY)
Where the Spirit Is
Arranged by Hal Wright
A traditional yet inspiring SATB ballad that celebrates the blessings found where the Spirit of the Lord dwells.

Manna from HeavenSATB (EASY)
Manna from Heaven
Arranged by Dave Williamson
From renowned arranger Dave Williamson comes this festive and passionate piece that will breathe new life into your service this Sunday. For SATB choir, this anthem would work well in blended and contemporary worship services.

Lord, We Welcome Your PresenceSATB (EASY)
Lord, We Welcome Your Presence
Arranged by Russell Mauldin
Expressive and tender, this SATB choral piece evokes a sense of reverence and heartfelt praise and works well in blended and contemporary settings.

Pour Out Your Spirit3-PART (EASY)
Pour Out Your Spirit
Arranged by Dennis Allen
Pour Out Your Spirit is a vibrant and sparkling piece that would fit well in a blended or contemporary service. For 3-part choir (with occasional 4-part), this song welcomes the Lord to pour out His Spirit in your worship meeting!

Breathe on Me, Beathe of GodINSTRUMENTAL (EASY)
Breathe on Me, Breath of God
Arranged by Wes Ramsay
Joyfully transport your congregation into prayerful worship, fully expecting the breath of God to descend.

Posted in: Service Planning, Small Choirs, Pentecost

Jaymey Hardin

Jaymey Hardin

Jaymey Hardin has been a noteworthy leader in the Contemporary Christian Music market for more than 20 years. Known for his work in marketing, product development, and A&R, he is also credited for his contributions as a videographer and musician. He is the son of a preacher man and has a heart for the church. He and his wife, Lindsay live in Franklin, TN, and are expecting their very first... dog.

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