35 Easy Piano Christian Worship Songs

easy piano worship songs

One of the great things about playing piano is the plethora of Christian worship songs that can be learned on the instrument. All you need is a basic knowledge of chords, and you can start jamming out to some awesome Jesus tunes.

However, there is a wide range of musical and technical difficulty when it comes to worship songs, and knowing where to start is perhaps the greatest struggle.

Fortunately, this article is here to help with a special selection and helpful tips just for you. We also have a list of general easy piano songs that may interest you.

So, without further ado, here are the top 35 easiest Christian worship songs to play on piano.

35 Easy Christian Songs to Play on Piano

1. “Kingdom Reign” by Collective Music

This is one of the easiest worship songs to learn because it contains just two chords: A and D. The notes in each chord, respectively, are:

A-C#-E
D-F#-A

Notice that they share a common note (A). When playing this, you will make a chord change for each line of lyrics. To make smoother transitions, you could play D in 2nd inversion, which means rotating the notes in the chord to be A-D-F#. Thus, you would play A-C#-E followed by A-D-F# in the right hand with A followed by D in the left hand (or bass).

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

2. “Nothing I Hold Onto” by United Pursuit (Will Reagan)

This song contains three chords: G, Em (minor) and C. The notes in each chord, respectively, are:

G-B-D
E-G-B
C-E-G

To make smoother transitions, this arrangement could be used:

(G) G-B-D
(Em) G-B-E (1st inversion)
(C) G-C-E (2nd inversion)

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

3. “Holy Spirit You Are Welcome Here” by Jesus Culture

This song contains three chords: D, G and Em. The notes in these chords, respectively, are:

D-F#-A
G-B-D
E-G-B

The common notes are D, B and G. Thus, the chords could be arranged in the following order to facilitate smoother transitions:

(D) D-F#-A
(G) D-G-B (3rd inversion)
(Em) E-G-B

The chord changes every line except in the chorus and bridge, where the chord changes up to four times per line.

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

4. “Rejoice” by City Harvest Church

This vibrant song contains three chords: G, C and Em. The notes in each chord, respectively, are:

G-B-D
C-E-G
E-G-B

For smoother transitions between chords, this arrangement could be used:

(G) G-B-D
(C) G-C-E (2nd inversion)
(Em) G-B-E (1st inversion)

In this song, the chord changes twice per line.

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

5. “Forever” by Kari Jobe

This slow and tranquil song, originally written in E-flat major, contains four chords: G, D, Em and C. The notes for each chord, respectively, are:

G-B-D
D-F#-A
E-G-B
C-E-G

For smoother transitions, this arrangement could be used:

(G) G-B-D
(D) F#-A-D (1st inversion)
(Em) G-B-E (1st inversion)
(C) G-C-E (2nd inversion)

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

6. “We Are Free” by Planetshakers

This energetic song includes four chords: G, D, Em and C. This is the exact same progression as the previous song, so you already know what to do!

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

7. “Here I Am to Worship” by Tim Hughes/Hillsong

This peaceful song contains four chords: D, A, G and Em. However, Em only makes a few appearances, so the main chords to be worried about are D, A and G. The notes in each chord, respectively, are:

D-F#-A
A-C#-E
G-B-D
E-G-B

For smoother transitions, this arrangement could be used:

(D) D-F#-A
(A) C#-E-A (1st inversion)
(G) D-G-B (2nd inversion)
(Em) E-G-B

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

8. “Heart of Worship” by Matt Redman

Like the previous song, this healing worship song contains the chords D, A, Em and G. However Em is used more than G in this song, and the chord changes are slightly more frequent.

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

9. “How Great is Our God” by Chris Tomlin

This powerful song contains four chords: G, Em, C and D. However, D only appears twice, so the main chords to worry about are G, Em and C. The notes in each chord, respectively, are:

G-B-D
E-G-B
C-E-G
D-F#-A

For smoother transitions, this arrangement could be used:

(G) G-B-D
(Em) G-B-E (1st inversion)
(C) G-C-E (2nd inversion)
(D) F#-A-D (1st inversion)

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

10. “This is Amazing Grace” by Phil Wickham

This lively song contains four chords: C, F, Am and G. The notes in each chord, respectively, are:

C-E-G
F-A-C
A-C-E
G-B-D

For smoother transitions, this arrangement could be used:

(C) C-E-G
(F) C-F-A (2nd inversion)
(A) C-E-A (1st inversion)
(G) B-D-G (1st inversion)

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

11. “Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)” by Chris Tomlin

This song contains four chords: G, C, D and Em — similar to #8, “How Great Is Our God” (also by Chris Tomlin).

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

12. “Where You Are” by Leeland (Bethel Music)

This healing song contains four chords: C, Am, Dm and F. The notes in each chord, respectively, are:

C-E-G
A-C-E
D-F-A
F-A-C

For smoother transitions, this arrangement could be used:

(C) C-E-G
(Am) C-E-A (1st inversion)
(Dm) D-F-A
(F) C-F-A (2nd inversion)

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

13. “How He Loves (Us)” by David Crowder Band/John Mark McMillan/Jesus Culture

This song contains four chords: C, Am, G and F. The notes in each chord, respectively, are:

C-E-G
A-C-E
G-B-D
F-A-C

For smoother transitions, this arrangement could be used:

(C) C-E-G
(Am) C-E-A
(G) B-D-G (1st inversion)
(F) C-F-A (2nd inversion)

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

14. “This is How I Fight My Battles (Surrounded)” by Upper Room/Michael W. Smith

This empowering song contains four chords: G, C, D and Em (similar to #8 and #10).

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

15. “Where You Go I Go” by Brian Johnson

This catchy song contains three chords: Am, G and Dm. The notes in each chord, respectively, are:

A-C-E
G-B-D
D-F-A

For smoother transitions, this arrangement could be used:

(A) A-C-E
(G) B-D-G (1st inversion)
(Dm) A-D-F (2nd inversion)

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

16. “10,000 Reasons” by Matt Redman

This song contains four chords: C, G, D and Em (similar to #8, #10 and #13).

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

17. “Oceans” by Hillsong

This popular song contains four chords: Bm, A, D and G. The notes in each chord, respectively, are:

B-D-F#
A-C-E
D-F-A
G-B-D

For smoother transitions, this arrangement could be used:

(Bm) B-D-F#
(A) C-E-A (1st inversion)
(D) D-F-A
(G) D-G-B (2nd inversion)

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

18. “Promises” by Maverick City

This memorable song contains four chords: C, G, D and Em (similar to #8, #10, #13 and #15).

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

19. “The Goodness of God” by Bethel Music

This song also contains G, C, Em and D (similar to #8, #10, #13, #15 and #17). However, the order is most similar to #13.

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

20. “The Blessing” by Kari Jobe and Cody Carnes

This is another song that contains G, C, D and Em. The order is most similar to #13 and #18.

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

21. “You Are My All in All” by Nicole Nordeman

This uplifting song contains the chords D, A, Bm and G (similar to #16, “Oceans”). However, keep in mind that the order is slightly different.

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

22. “Hold On To Me” by Lauren Daigle

This powerful song contains four chords: D, G, Bm and Em. The notes in each chord, respectively, are:

D-F#-A
G-B-D
B-D-F#
E-G-B

For smoother transitions, this arrangement could be used:

(D) D-F#-A
(G) D-G-B (2nd inversion)
(Bm) D-F#-B (1st inversion)
(Em) E-G-B

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

23. “Good and Gracious King” by CityAlight

This song contains four chords: D, Bm, A and G. The notes in each chord, respectively, are:

D-F#-A
B-D-F#
A-C#-E
G-B-D

For smoother transitions, this arrangement could be used:

(D) D-F#-A
(Bm) D-F#-B (1st inversion)
(A) E-A-C# (2nd inversion)
(G) D-G-B (2nd inversion)

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

24. “Follow You Anywhere” by Passion

This song contains four chords: C, F, G and Am. The notes in each chord, respectively, are:

C-E-G
F-A-C
G-B-D
A-C-E

For smoother transitions, this arrangement could be used:

(C) C-E-G
(F) C-F-A (2nd)
(G) B-D-G (1st)
(Am) C-E-A (1st)

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

25. “How Great a King” by Bethel Music

Like the previous song, this song also contains chords Am, F, C and G. However, G only appears a few times.

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

26. “In Christ Alone” by Keith Getty Stuart, Townend (Passion Cover)

This song is similar to the past two songs, but there is an additional chord. The chords are F, C, Am, G and Dm. However, Dm only appears in the bridge. The notes in each chord respectively, are:

F-A-C
C-E-G
A-C-E
G-B-D
D-F-A

For smoother transitions, this arrangement could be used:

(F) F-A-C
(C) E-G-C (1st)
(Am) E-A-C (2nd)
(G) D-G-B (2nd)
(Dm) D-F-A

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

27. “Your Grace Is Enough” by Chris Tomlin

This vivacious song contains five chords: G, C, Em, D and Am. However, Am only appears in the pre-chorus. The notes in each chord, respectively, are:

G-B-D
C-E-G
E-G-B
D-F#-A
A-C-E

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

28. “Yes I Will” by Vertical Worship

This song, like #23 and #24, contains the chords F, C, G, and Am.

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

29. “Tremble” by Mosaic MSC

Like #8, #10, #13, #15, #17, and #19, this song, originally written in C Major, contains the chords Em, C, G, and D. However, unlike the others, Em is the most frequently used chord.

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

30. “Nothing Else” by Cody Carnes

This song contains four chords: Dm, F, C, and Am. However, Am only appears in the bridge. The notes in each chord, respectively, are:

D-F-A
F-A-C
C-E-G
A-C-E

For smoother transitions, the following inversions could be used:

(Dm) D-F-A
(F) C-F-A (2nd inversion)
(C) C-E-G
(Am) C-E-A (1st inversion)

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

31. “Now I See” by Bethel Worship (Paul and Hannah McClure)

This song contains four chords: G, C, D and Em (similar to #8, #10, #13, #15, #17, #19 and #28). However, the order is most similar to #19.

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

32. “No One Like You” by City Harvest Church

This peaceful song contains five chords: D, G, Em, A and Bm. However, Bm only appears once in the bridge. The notes in each chord, respectively, are:

D-F#-A
G-B-D
E-G-B
A-C#-E
B-D-F#

For smoother transitions, the following arrangement could be used:

(D) D-F#-A
(G) D-G-B (2nd inversion)
(Em) E-G-B
(A) E-A-C# (2nd inversion)
(Bm) D-F#-B (1st inversion)

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

33. “Not Afraid” by Jesus Culture

This song contains four chords: G, Em, C and D (similar to #8, #10, #13, #15, #17, #19, #28 and #30). However, D only appears a few times in the chorus and bridge.

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

34. “My Beloved” by City Harvest Church

This song contains four chords: Am, F, C and G. The notes in each chord, respectively, are:

A-C-E
F-A-C
C-E-G
G-B-D

For smoother transitions, this arrangement could be used:

(Am) A-C-E
(F) A-C-F (1st)
(C) G-C-E (2nd)
(G) G-B-D

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

35. “Mover of Mountains” by Citipointe Worship

This powerful song contains four chords: C, Am, F and G. The notes in each chord, respectively, are:

C-E-G
A-C-E
F-A-C
G-B-D

For smoother transitions, this arrangement could be used:

(C) C-E-G
(Am) C-E-A (1st inversion)
(F) C-F-A (2nd inversion)
(G) B-D-G (1st inversion)

CHORD CHART & LYRICS

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