Church on the Corner

Church on the Corner is an Anglican church in an old pub in Islington, London

Our services will usually have a 3:2 format. An opening set of 3 and then closing 2 songs. But that is not fixed. Feel free to experiment. 3:1:1 often works well on communion Sundays. We aim for a good balance of ancient and modern.
It’s nice to have a song to play or sing during communion (1st & 3rd Sundays of each month) and  this is a good chance to try a new song.

Regulars (guaranteed big sing!)
Mighty to Save
Holy, Holy (lift up his name)
The Splendour of the King
The Lord is Gracious and Compassionate
In Christ Alone
All my Days
Blessed be your name (you give and take away)
Great is the Lord
Faithful One
Here I am to Worship
Everything
I will offer up my LIfe
Thank you for saving me
My Jesus, My Saviour
Heart of Worship
You Never Let Go/Even though I walk
You alone can rescue
Let everything that has breath
Hungry
Light of the World
Humble King
The Lord’s my shepherd
I will worship (with all of my heart)
Before the Throne of God Above

Regular Trad Hymns
Amazing Grace
Be thou my Vision
Great is thy Faithfulness
Praise my Soul the King of Heaven

Only sung a couple of times but went down well
Who am I (casting crows)
Hallelujah (Ben Cantelon)
The Stand (Soul Survivor)
Inside Out (Hillsongs)
Indescribable (Chris Tomlin)

Iona/Taize Songs
Jesus remember me
Bless the Lord my Soul
O Lord hear my prayer

Some PDFs of songs
(it would be good to have more of these here)

 

Blessed Be Your Name

See What A Morning

The Lord is My Shepherd by Stuart Townend

The Splendor of the King

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