Throwback Tuesdays and Worship Wednesdays- Favourite Worship Songs of the 2000s

A new year. 2016. With a load of music to be appreciated. Yet in this post we’re looking back at the years that were (the 2000s) and are highlighting 10 worship songs that the site have found to be uplifting and heartfelt. What are they, you may ask? Read on to find out.

Paul Baloche- Hosanna

Delirious?- Majesty

Meredith Andrews- You’re Not Alone

Matt Redman- Blessed Be Your Name

Tim Hughes- Here I Am to Worship

Rebecca St. James- Song of Love

Chris Tomlin- How Great is Our God

Newsboys- He Reigns

Hillsong- Mighty to Save

Lincoln Brewster- Today is the Day

Which worship songs throughout the 2000s have been your favourites? Let us know in the comments. Til next time.

4 thoughts on “Throwback Tuesdays and Worship Wednesdays- Favourite Worship Songs of the 2000s”

  1. Wow, great list! 🙂 Song of Love and He Reigns are two of my very favorite CCM songs from the 2000s. Today Is The Day is great too. 🙂
    As for other worship songs…I really like Mighty to Save by Laura Story, Glorious Day by Casting Crowns, and Let It Rise by Big Daddy Weave (is that from the 2000s or 2010s?). Also, I don’t think this is from the 2000s (I can’t be sure though), but I like Waiting Here For You by Christy Nockels. 🙂
    Throwback Tuesdays are one of my favorite weekly posts. 🙂

    1. thanks for the comment, sunny. yeah, love ‘mighty to save’, ‘glorious day’, and ‘let it rise’ too. and no, ‘waiting here for you’ is part of the 2010s- but that song will go straight into my favourite 10 worship songs of the 2010s…

      in fact, 5 songs so far that are my favourites of the 2010s would be:
      waiting here for you- christy nockels
      christ be all around me- leeland
      not for a moment- meredith andrews
      oceans- hillsong united
      my heart is yours- kristian stanfill

  2. Just remembered that I love the version of Blessed Be Your Name by the Newsboys and Rebecca St. James. I never knew it was done by Matt Redman, that is awesome! 🙂

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