For a limited time, you can donload the mp3, lead and chord sheets of Celtic Worship's "How Deep the Father's Love for Us" for FREE. Simply click HERE. "How Deep the Father's Love for Us" is taken from Celtic Worship's newly released Integrity Music album Morningtide.
The songs on Morningtide are characterized by a sense of heritage, history, and culture, highlighting the artistic connection between the band members: Naomi Stirrat on vocals, Steph Macleod on vocals and acoustic, Mhairi Marwick on fiddle, Scott Wood on bagpipes and whistle, Gus Stirrat on bass, Chris Amer on electric and Ifedade Thomas on drums.
Proclaiming God's faithfulness and His constant new mercies, at its heart Morningtide seeks to point people back to the resurrection of Jesus and then forward with a hope that is real, true, life-giving, and eternal. It is Celtic Worship's driving force and desire to worship God by exploring the depth, beauty, and theological clarity of psalms and traditional hymns - music that has been present in Scotland for centuries. Yet, Celtic Worship brings a unique approach to the material as they infuse the native sounds of bagpipes and fiddle and hymns come to life while simultaneously intertwining new originals into the process.
Celtic Worship is a collective of some of Scotland's most talented folk musicians who approach worship from a unique standpoint, blending traditional and contemporary Christian music with the sounds of their native roots. Initially coming together as a one-off band for an event in 2017, Celtic Worship has since become established trailblazers in the Celtic Christian sphere; revisiting old hymnal treasures and writing new Scottish ecclesial music marked by the sound of their cultural and historical context.
The band is composed of musicians from many different backgrounds and styles, including Steph Macleod, Mhairi Marwick, Scott Wood, Gus Stirrat, Naomi Stirrat, Ifedade Thomas, and Chris Amer. The amalgamation of these distinct musical personalities and range of genres crowded with the unifying love of God makes up the standout sound marked by fellowship revealed in Celtic Worship's expression. Their mission is to combine their artistry as professional musicians with their deep love of Jesus and passion for sharing it through meaningful music. Celtic Worship has grown in the worship sphere far beyond their land, touring Scandinavia and reaching much of Europe with their rustic and complex sonority infused with the powerful sound of bagpipes, whistles, and fiddle.