Earlier this month, I released seven brand new hymn arrangements for piano. Today I thought I’d share them with you along with some ideas on when to use them this Fall. All of them are available as downloadable sheet music. Enjoy!
Pairing All Creatures of Our God and King with two different tunes for All Things Bright and Beautiful, this piano medley is great as a prelude, offertory or postlude to celebrate creation, autumn, harvest, and Thanksgiving. It’s also fun for a fall recital or if your church has a Blessing of the Pets.
Creative styling and a flowing waltz tempo make this arrangement of an old favorite very special. It’s a good choice as a prelude or offertory for any Sunday with a faith-centered theme. At a moderate volume and slightly slower tempo, it can add elegance to funerals and memorial services.
Need something memorable for a church homecoming service? This inspirational piano arrangement is one listeners will love. It’s also one you’ll reach for time and again for funerals and memorial services.
This piano medley pairs the treasured hymn Like a River Glorious with “Air” from G. F. Handel’s Water Music. A soothing choice for prelude, offertory or communion during faith-themed Sundays, it can double for funerals and memorial services as well.
This simple piano arrangement of the Norwegian tune LANDAS makes a lovely prelude, offertory, or communion selection for faith-themed Sundays and for services remembering those who have gone on in faith before us. Also useful for funerals and memorial services.
Starting simply and building to a dramatic ending, this piano arrangement is another great choice as a prelude, offertory, or communion selection for faith-themed Sundays and for services remembering those who have preceded us in faith.
Gentle, expressive, and elegant, this piano arrangement of a beloved hymn is ideal during prelude, offertory, or communion at almost any church service. It’s also a beautiful selection for funerals and memorial services that listeners will love.
Thanks for reading! Hope you enjoyed these and find them useful for your own music ministry this Fall.