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The Top 50 Christian Contemporary Music (CCM) released in the past week - Thursday, July 7th, 2022

The Top 50 Christian Contemporary Music (CCM + CEDM) released in the past week

Discover the most popular Christian Contemporary Music & CEDM released between June 30th and July 7th, 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 - 'A Thousand Shores' by Citizens
#2 - 'You Remain - Live' by Meredith Mauldin, UPPERROOM, Elyssa Smith
#3 - 'By Your Spirit' by Influence Music, Kim Walker-Smith
#4 - 'Soul Worth Saving' by Apollo LTD
#5 - 'KEEP YOUR WORD' by Alexander Pappas
#6 - 'Praise You Again' by SEU Worship, Dan Rivera
#7 - 'To the Water' by Davy Flowers, John Marc Kohl
#8 - 'Honey In The Rock - Acoustic' by Brooke Ligertwood, Brandon Lake
#9 - 'Hide No More' by Citizens
#10 - 'Lovelight' by Citizens
#11 - 'Seek Rest' by Jonny Henninger, Austin Sebek
#12 - 'Best Thing' by Rock City Worship
#13 - 'One Crown' by Caleb J. Dutton
#14 - 'Love Is a Dance (feat. Taylor Leonhardt)' by John Lucas, Taylor Leonhardt
#15 - 'Love Will Never Fail (I Corinthians 13)' by Leslie Jordan
#16 - 'Never-Ending Love' by Manor Collective, Junior Garr, Elle Limebear, Tertia May
#17 - 'He Wears A Crown' by Bryan McCleery
#18 - 'Right With You' by Spencer Annis
#19 - 'EVERYTHING I'M NOT' by Ben Lawrence, JSteph
#20 - 'Names - Acoustic' by Ben Laine
#21 - 'My Worth Is Not In What I Own' by Ginny Owens
#22 - 'Love Over Religion' by Dara Maclean
#23 - 'Energy' by LZ7
#24 - 'Renewed' by Jason Silver
#25 - 'You' by Davy Flowers
#26 - 'Days Of Elijah' by Paul Wilbur
#27 - 'Only One' by Davy Flowers
#28 - 'The King Is Coming' by The Church Will Sing, Justin Tweito, Corey Voss
#29 - 'Nothing Left to Say' by Davy Flowers
#30 - 'Take All the World' by Davy Flowers
#31 - 'Can't Stop My Heart From Singing' by Mountaintops, Beau and Mercy Perkins
#32 - 'Guide Me' by Jeremy Casella, Sandra McCracken
#33 - 'Be Near to Me' by Davy Flowers
#34 - 'The Place Where I Belong' by Davy Flowers
#35 - 'The Kind of God You Are' by Davy Flowers
#36 - 'Undivided Heart' by Davy Flowers
#37 - 'The Christ The King - Live' by Bryan & Katie Torwalt
#38 - 'Never Stop' by Davy Flowers
#39 - 'Heaven on Earth - Live' by Fellowship Creative
#40 - 'GOODBYES' by Alexander Pappas
#41 - 'Driver' by Spencer Annis
#42 - 'Beyond the Veil' by Austin Ludwig
#43 - 'Zombie' by Lovelikeviolence
#44 - 'Find Your Joy - Live' by Bryan & Katie Torwalt
#45 - 'Highs and Lows' by NCU Worship Live, Noilani Rendon
#46 - 'Praise Before My Breakthrough - Live' by Bryan & Katie Torwalt, Brock Human
#47 - 'All My Breath' by Eyes On Him, Eden Guild
#48 - 'Dogwood' by Liv Douglas
#49 - 'I Remember (Live Stage Performance)' by Justin Rizzo, Matt Gilman
#50 - 'Found It All' by Leslie Jordan

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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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