With the release of Songs of Fellowship 5, the strongest collection of Christian music now builds into a priceless resource of over 2,500 worship songs and hymns.
The latest update; Songs of Fellowship 5, builds on the brand's forward looking reputation with over 500 new songs and hymns. Presented in striking orange covers this latest volume includes the expected high standard and wide range of music for all ages and styles of modern worship.
Songs of Fellowship volume 5 (the orange one)
The strong appeal of Songs of Fellowship is in the collection’s regular additions of new songs and writers to create a musical resource of the best in contemporary and established worship music.
Inspired by the chance discovery of a discarded songbook, Kingsway’s Nick Coltman adopted the book’s title as the new iconic brand name for an initial collection of just 53 hymns and songs.
Regular additions continually enrich the collection with new songs and music alongside older and well loved favourites.
Songs of Fellowship - an accessible resource of Christian music
The new collection is conveniently ordered into key themes including Creation, God's Love and Faithfulness, Salvation and Protection, Forgiveness, Unity Justice and Prayer.
Finding the right songs to support specific church events, themes and services is made easy with additional songs specially chosen for seasonal worship and children's activities.
Quick Guide to
Quick guide: Songs of Fellowship (volume 5 - the orange one)
Songs of Fellowship (volume 5 - the orange one) - what is it?
- A resource of over 2500 new and established church and worship songs.
- Continually revised and updated to ensure contemporary relevance.
- Supported by a 100 songs CD and a CD collection of Christmas music.
Songs of Fellowship (volume 5 - the orange one) - why should I buy it?
- As a part of a comprehensive music resource for musicians and worship leaders.
- For songs by Stuart Townend, Matt Redman, Tim Hughes, Hillsongs and Graham Kendrick and others.
- For the convenient ordering of songs by theme and content.
February 12th, 2012 - Posted & Written by Les Ellison