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The Lord’s Prayer Set to Music – A New Version

Lord's prayer set to music

I recently wrote a new that Lord’s prayer set to music, and we’ve been singing it the last couple of weeks at my church. Here’s a video with me singing it (and sharing the melody line). Below the video are links to the lead sheet, chord chart, choir arrangement, violin 1 and 2 parts, and a flute part. I hope this is helpful to you!

Helps for Lord’s prayer set to music:

Lead sheet

Chord chart

Choir arrangement

Violin 1 and 2 parts

Flute part

(Special thanks to my friend Zach Sprowls for these arrangements)

 

This article about the Lord’s prayer set to music originally appeared here, and is used by permission.

About Jamie Brown:

I was born and raised in Florida as a preacher’s kid. I began playing guitar at the age of seven. I sensed a call to ministry and began leading worship at the age of 13 in our youth group and on Sunday mornings. Since I was 14, I’ve been leading worship pretty much every Sunday of my life, experiencing all of the joys and trials of church ministry.

I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from George Mason University, and a Master of Arts in Religion from Reformed Theological Seminary. As an ordained priest in the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA), I currently serve as the Associate Rector for Worship and Arts at Truro Anglian Church in Fairfax, VA.

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Jamie was born and raised in Florida as a preacher’s kid. Since age 14, he has been leading worship pretty much every Sunday of his life, experiencing all of the joys and trials of church ministry. For over 10 years, Jamie has been writing at his blog, Worthily Magnify, in the hopes of helping worship leaders lead better. In 2006, Jamie married Catherine, and they now have four wonderful kids: Megan, Emma, Callie, and Jacob, who keep them busy, laughing, praying, and very grateful to God.