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New Christian Christmas Music You Won’t Grow Tired Of by December 25th

Christian Christmas Music

When is it appropriate to start playing Christmas music? After Thanksgiving? Not until the ceremonial tree decorating? Maybe it’s not until the calendar hits December 1st.  Whatever your unwritten rules might be, everyone can agree hearing the same old songs on the radio for weeks in a row can turn anyone into a Scrooge.

Finding new, good, worship-ful Christmas music can make the difference between getting burned out by mid-December and singing along joyfully through Christmas. Below, we’ve listed some information on the newest Christian Christmas music on the market.

Hillsong Worship – ‘The Peace Project


Watch an acoustic performance for “Prince of Heaven”


for King & Country – ‘Christmas Live from Phoenix


  • Angels We Have Heard On High
  • Baby Boy
  • O Come, O Come Emmanuel

Check out this great performance of “Little Drummer Boy” live from their A Glorious Christmas tour with Casting Crowns.


Tenth Avenue North – ‘Decade the Halls’


  • The First Noel (feat. Colton Dixon)
  • We Three Kings (feat. Britt Nicole)
  • O Come All Ye Faithful

Catch Tenth Avenue North on their Decade The Halls tour and hear their version of “The First Noel” live.


Casting Crowns – ‘It’s Finally Christmas


  • It’s Finally Christmas
  • What Child is This (Christ the King)
  • Make Room (feat. Matt Maher)

Catch Casting Crowns on A Glorious Christmas Tour with for King & Country to see and hear these great songs.


Bryan & Katie Torwalt – ‘Christmas


  • The Christmas Song
  • Hark the Herald / O Come Let Us Adore Him
  • Emmanuel (God With Us Forever)

Catch them on their tour to hear some of these great songs.


TobyMac – ‘Light of Christmas


  • Bring on the Holidays (feat. Owl City)
  • Mary’s Boy Child (feat. Jaime Grace)
  • This Christmas (Father of the Fatherless) (feat. Nirva Ready)

Watch the official video for “Bring on the Holidays”.


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