Sunrise’s homepage posts the full list (which I’ll included at the bottom of this post). It’s a great idea for a couple of reasons:
1) Intentionality – It serves the people of the church well to have thoughtful and intentional song list for a particular season.
2) Commonality – By posting the list, the church leaders are encouraging their people to be listening to the same music, thus increasing the shared experience and vocabulary of their church body.
Here’s their list:
Do you ever go home from worship and wish you could hear the same uplifting music throughout the week? Here is a “Top 25” song listing of music will we be singing this fall at SunRise – download from iTunes and play them in the car and on your computer: “Ain’t No Rock” (chickBand), “Be the Center” (Jami Smith), “Better than Life” (Travis Cottrell), “Everlasting God” (Lincoln Brewster), “Floodgate” (Paul Colman/Michael Neale), “Forever” (Chris Tomlin), “God of This City” (Chris Tomlin), “Goodness and Mercy” (Hilliard/Combs/Frazier), “Got Me Some Joy” (Ferguson/Stone), “Holy is the Lord” (Chris Tomlin), “How Can I Keep from Singing” (Chris Tomlin), “How Great” (Powell, Everett, Shelton, Littrell), “Jesus, Lover of My Soul” (Hillsong), “Let God Arise” (Chris Tomlin), “Let it Rise” (Lakewood Church), “Let the Praises Ring” (Lincoln Brewster), “Let the River Flow” (Darrell Evans), “Lord Have Mercy” (Eoghan Heaslip), “Made Me Glad” (Hillsong), “My Redeemer Lives” (Phillips, Craig & Dean), “O Bless the Lord” (Matthew Westerholm/Lindsey McCaul), “Revelation Song” (Gateway Worship), “Sovereign Lord” (Aaron Benward), “That Where I Am” (Rich Mullins), “You Are My Hiding Place” (Selah)