What Song Was That?

We receive many requests for more information about the songs that we use during our services. Each post in this blog is a list of songs that we have sung at a recent Sunday Morning, SNG or Meeting Place service at APC as well as the author’s name to help you find recordings or other information about the songs.

May 24, 2015

Sunday - May 24, 2015

Posted by: Matt Smith

Song Title

Author

Welcome Into This Place
Orlando Juarez
Soon And Very Soon Andrae Crouch and Andraé Crouch
This Is Amazing Grace
Josh Farro, Jeremy Riddle, 
and Phil Wickham
Mighty Wind Andrae Crouch
Made Me Glad Miriam Webster
For The Sake Of The World Brandon Aaronson, Brian
Johnson, Jeremy Riddle, and
Joel Taylor
You Deserve The Glory Eva-Lena Hellmark
This I Believe Ben Fielding and Matt Crocker
Come Holy Spirit Israel Houghton
Holy Spirit Bryan Torwalt and Katie Torwalt

About the Author

Matt Smith

Matt is the CreativeAPC (music, arts and tech) team leader with direct oversight to instrumental music teams. Matt's goal for himself, and for the CreativeAPC staff and volunteers, is to seamlessly employ the arts as wonder-inspiring communication tools to share the words of life. He's been attending APC since moving to Toronto in 1994. He is happily married, owns a pet tortoise, loves food, and competes at working out (a.k.a. does triathlons).

On the APC team since 2008. His hometown is Edmonton, Alberta.

May 23, 2015

SNG - May 23, 2015

Posted by: Matt Smith

Song Title

Author

Guardian
Ben Cantelon, Stuart Garrard,
and Nick Herbert
This Is Amazing Grace Josh Farro, Jeremy Riddle, 
and Phil Wickham
Everlasting God
Brenton Brown and Ken Riley
Holy Spirit Bryan Torwalt and Katie Torwalt
For The Sake Of The World Brandon Aaronson, Brian
Johnson, Jeremy Riddle, and
Joel Taylor
The Stand Joel Houston

About the Author

Matt Smith

Matt is the CreativeAPC (music, arts and tech) team leader with direct oversight to instrumental music teams. Matt's goal for himself, and for the CreativeAPC staff and volunteers, is to seamlessly employ the arts as wonder-inspiring communication tools to share the words of life. He's been attending APC since moving to Toronto in 1994. He is happily married, owns a pet tortoise, loves food, and competes at working out (a.k.a. does triathlons).

On the APC team since 2008. His hometown is Edmonton, Alberta.

May 17, 2015

Sunday - May 17, 2015

Posted by: Matt Smith

Song Title

Author

Here For You
Matt Maher, Matt Redman,
Marvelous Light Charlie Hall
Love The Lord
Lincoln Brewster
This Is Amazing Grace Josh Farro, Jeremy Riddle, and Phil Wickham
How Deep The Father's Love For Us Stuart Townend
Amazed Jared Anderson
How Great Is Our God Ed Cash, Jesse Reeves,
and Chris Tomlin

About the Author

Matt Smith

Matt is the CreativeAPC (music, arts and tech) team leader with direct oversight to instrumental music teams. Matt's goal for himself, and for the CreativeAPC staff and volunteers, is to seamlessly employ the arts as wonder-inspiring communication tools to share the words of life. He's been attending APC since moving to Toronto in 1994. He is happily married, owns a pet tortoise, loves food, and competes at working out (a.k.a. does triathlons).

On the APC team since 2008. His hometown is Edmonton, Alberta.

May 16, 2015

SNG - May 16, 2015

Posted by: Matt Smith

Song Title

Author

Praise Him
Matt Crocker and Nathan Finochio
This Is Amazing Grace Josh Farro, Jeremy Riddle,
and Phil Wickham
Love The Lord
Lincoln Brewster
This Is Our God Reuben Morgan
How He Loves John Mark McMillan
God I Look To You Jenn Johnson

About the Author

Matt Smith

Matt is the CreativeAPC (music, arts and tech) team leader with direct oversight to instrumental music teams. Matt's goal for himself, and for the CreativeAPC staff and volunteers, is to seamlessly employ the arts as wonder-inspiring communication tools to share the words of life. He's been attending APC since moving to Toronto in 1994. He is happily married, owns a pet tortoise, loves food, and competes at working out (a.k.a. does triathlons).

On the APC team since 2008. His hometown is Edmonton, Alberta.