How to use the site
You can search by writer, lyric or title, in the box above, or if you need a song to fill a gap or reflect a service topic, you can search by theme. Alternatively, just click on titles which attract you on the Songs page, or in our Most Recent or Most Popular boxes on the right.
Click the preview buttons (blue circles with play icons) to hear a 30 second preview of the songs in the boxes on the right, or in the search results. If you like what you hear, visit the page for the song to hear the full track.
Register a few details to access free scores, chord sheets, and lyric files for your projection software. There are also hi-quality mp3s of a five piece band playing the songs available, to help get the song in your head and give you ideas for possible arrangements. Don't worry if you don't have a huge band - all our songs should work equally well in a pared down setting, but we also have backing tracks for most songs if that would help you.
Want to try the song in rehearsal or a service? Use the Share options to tell your friends via Facebook, Twitter, Google+. Or you can use the email icon to send the link to your worship group or service leader.
RESOUNDworship.org is a free resource. All we ask is that you report any songs used on your annual CCLI licence in the usual way - copyright details are listed for each song. If your church/organisation doesn't have a CCLI licence, visit their website to find out more, or contact our publisher, the Jubilate Group, to attain permission for using individual songs.
Be part of it
Registering also allows you to sign up to email updates, keeping you informed of new songs which we will be adding regularly. If you find this site helpful, please let other people know about us! You'll also be able to add comments to the songs, so let us know how you get on using them. There's also the option to click a button to 'like' a song, or to say you've used it. This is a great way to help us know what is popular, and let others know what works well.
Like the sound of it?
Why don't you start by searching (top right) or by viewing the list of songs.