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The Top 50 Christian Contemporary Music (CCM) released in the past week - Thursday, March 31st, 2022

The Top 50 Christian Contemporary Music (CC<) released in the past week

Discover the most popular Christian Contemporary Music & CEDM released between March 24th and March 31st, 2022. 

Most new releases are published on Fridays. Each Thursday we look at the Christian music (we know) that was released in the past week and select the 50 most-streamed CCM & CEDM releases. Our fans / followers are always the first to see this list!

So here's this week's chart of the most popular Christian Contemporary Music (CCM + CEDM) in the English language released in the past week:

(Click any song title on our webpage to open that song on Spotify) 

Rank - Title - Artist
#1 - 'Too Good To Not Believe (feat. Lizzie Morgan, Cecily & Melvin Crispell III)' by Tribl, Maverick City Music, Lizzie Morgan, Melvin Crispell III, Cecily
#2 - 'Come Alive (Resurrection Power) - Live' by The Belonging Co, Hope Darst
#3 - 'Hymn Of Heaven - Acoustic' by Phil Wickham
#4 - 'What He's Done - Acoustic' by Passion, Kristian Stanfill, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Anna Golden
#5 - 'Love We Lost (with R3HAB) - VIP Mix' by Armin van Buuren, R3HAB, Simon Ward
#6 - 'House Of The Lord - Acoustic' by Phil Wickham
#7 - 'Battle Belongs - Acoustic' by Phil Wickham
#8 - 'God of Revival - Acoustic' by Phil Wickham
#9 - 'Thank God For Sunday Morning' by Cochren & Co.
#10 - 'Growing Pains' by ELEVATION RHYTHM, Mitch Wong
#11 - 'Home' by John Mark Pantana
#12 - '1,000 Names - Acoustic' by Phil Wickham
#13 - 'It's Always Been You - Acoustic' by Phil Wickham
#14 - 'Where I'm Standing Now (feat. Brandon Lake) - Acoustic' by Phil Wickham, Brandon Lake
#15 - 'Falling In Love - Acoustic' by Phil Wickham
#16 - 'His Name Is Jesus - Acoustic' by Phil Wickham
#17 - 'Familiar Song' by SEU Worship, David Ryan Cook
#18 - 'Heart Full Of Praise - Acoustic' by Phil Wickham
#19 - 'Rooftop' by John Mark Pantana
#20 - 'Look To Jesus - Acoustic' by Phil Wickham
#21 - 'Note To Self' by Stephen Stanley
#22 - 'Always' by Chris Tomlin
#23 - 'Prepare The Way' by Stars Go Dim
#24 - 'Good Feeling - Radio Version' by Austin French
#25 - 'Passion - Live' by The Belonging Co, Andrew Holt
#26 - 'Nothing Like Your Presence (Spontaneous) - Live' by The Belonging Co, Henry Seeley
#27 - 'Fake It - Warehouse Mix' by Tauren Wells, Aaron Cole, Neon Feather
#28 - 'Love We Lost (with R3HAB) - Skytech Remix' by Armin van Buuren, R3HAB, Skytech, Simon Ward
#29 - 'Supply - Live' by The Belonging Co, Ben Cantelon
#30 - 'storms' by Taylor Armstrong
#31 - 'Only You' by ICF Worship
#32 - 'Put A Little Love In Your Heart' by Amy Grant
#33 - 'No Turning Back - Live' by The Belonging Co, Hope Darst
#34 - 'Mustard Seed' by WorshipMob
#35 - 'Always There - Live' by The Belonging Co, Natalie Grant
#36 - 'House of the Lord (No Limits)' by Saddleback Worship
#37 - 'Cover Me' by Rebecca St. James
#38 - 'Living God - Live' by Gateway Worship, Zac Rowe
#39 - 'You're Ready' by Roy Tosh
#40 - '1:11' by RIDERS, Circuit Rider Music
#41 - '10k Reasons' by Bicq, Ben Potter
#42 - 'What He's Done - Choir Edition' by Passion, Kristian Stanfill, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Anna Golden
#43 - 'Happier' by Paul the Messenger
#44 - 'Step Into The Fight - Gregatron Remix' by Hannah Schaefer
#45 - 'More Than the Stars' by ISLY
#46 - 'Tremble - Song Session' by Jordan Smith, Essential Worship
#47 - 'Middle of the Fire' by Rebecca St. James, Josh Baldwin
#48 - 'Kingdom Come' by Rebecca St. James, for KING & COUNTRY
#49 - 'Battle Is the Lord's' by Rebecca St. James, Brandon Lake
#50 - 'Stay' by Out of the Dust, Elenowen

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You can hear these songs on a special playlist that we have for you on Spotify:

Obviously, this playlist changes every week, so don't forget to save your favorites! If you follow this playlist, you will always have the most up-to-date overview of the most popular newest Christian Contemporary releases in the English language...

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