Music published within the last two years or so.

Almost A Cappella Worship Moments - A mini-collection of six short arrangements of some older "praise and worship" songs, arranged for SATB a cappella (with optional piano accompaniment).

Amazing Grace –– Arranged to work as a simple choral feature, an orchestra-only special, or for congregational singing. Optional part for bagpipes included.​

Brass Quintets - Hymns for Congregational Singing Arranged for brass quintet with piano/rhythm section and optional percussion.


Colossians 3:16 Project — Hymns for choir-led congregational worship.

Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing — Flute or clarinet solo with piano accompaniment.


God Bless America — a simple, straightforward arrangement of the chorus of this great American song.  The arrangement may be performed by instruments alone, or by instruments accompanying a choir and/or congregation or group singing. 

Good Christian Men, Rejoice (Pastorale on "In Dulci Jubilo") — Arrangement for solo instrument with keyboard.

In Christ Alone — Trombone quartet with piano, optional rhythm.

Lift Every Voice and Sing –– Easy arrangement for solo piano of a wonderful, inspirational song.

Mary, Did You Know? — Vocal Solo with rhythm and strings. 

Stand By Me — Old quasi-spiritual arranged for SATB unaccompanied.

Sweet Hour of Prayer — Meditative setting for orchestra, with optional narration.


The Lord's Prayer — Arranged for solo trumpet with orchestra (optional piano or accompaniment track).

The Marketplace — Lively, Jewish-sounding tune, arranged for full orchestra.

Welcome To Our World — Vocal Solo with strings and piano.

What A Beautiful Name  — Orchestra or concert band with rhythm section.

Wherever He Leads, I'll Go — Instrumental solo, with piano accompaniment.

You Are My All in All — "Classical" setting of the Dennis Jernigan worship song, arranged for vocal duet with choir and orchestra.

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