O' Growney National School. Whole School Activities Mrs. Skelly Ms. Foy - Junior Infants Ms. O'Shea - Senior Infants Ms. Dalton - 2nd Class Ms.
Songs for the Sacraments
I love music. But if you are anything like me, you know it can be difficult to find great Sunday School songs. Even the most amazing tune, after it has had its time in the spotlight, just begins to feel old. For this list I did have one additional requirement for the songs… they had to be fun to sing. There is certainly a place for the slower more reflective songs in worship, but for this particular list I am only interested in the upbeat ones! The songs need to still present the same Gospel truth, but in a more modern-sounding style. I still love the old classics we used to sing in church. But when I discover a team of people that have put a modern twist on old Sunday School songs to make them sound new and fresh again, I get so excited!!!
O' Growney National School. Whole School Activities Mrs. Skelly Ms. Foy - Junior Infants Ms. O'Shea - Senior Infants Ms. Dalton - 2nd Class Ms. Mangan - 3rd Class Mrs. Brennan - 3rd Class Ms.
I chose these songs for young children because they're easy to learn and are theologically solid. Check out the alphabetical list of the Bible songs. I've included simple motions or actions to involve the children in the music and further the learning. If a song is unfamiliar to you, search for it on YouTube, Spotify, or other music services. YouTube Our God is an awesome God point up, thumbs up, point up He reigns from heaven above rain hands down, hands raised With wisdom, power, and love point to head, show muscles, cross arms in front of body Our God is an awesome God point up, thumbs up, point up. Away in a manger rock baby in your arms No crib for a bed shake head "no" The little Lord Jesus point up Laid down His sweet head place hands beside head to "sleep" The stars in the sky flick fingers in the air Looked down where He lay place hand on forehead and "look" The little Lord Jesus asleep on the hay place hands beside head to "sleep". He brought me to His banqueting table, motion to come, hands in front with palms down and work out like smoothing a table cloth His banner over me is love.