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The Top 50 Christian Contemporary Music (CCM + CEDM) released in the past week - Thursday, November 24th, 2022

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

Discover the most popular Christian Contemporary Music & CEDM released between November 17th and November 24th, 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 - 'Feel Good' by Blessing Offor
#2 - 'The In Between - from The Chosen' by Matt Maher
#3 - 'Lean on the Lord' by Housefires, Ryan Ellis, Cecily
#4 - 'Let Your Light Shine' by Rachael Nemiroff, Stars Go Dim
#5 - 'Then Christ Came' by MercyMe, Phil Wickham
#6 - 'River' by Audrey Assad
#7 - 'Therefore I (Won't Fear Anymore) - Live' by Alive City, Metro Collective Worship
#8 - 'Grace after Grace' by Jimi Cravity, Kenny J West
#9 - 'Brother' by Land of Color
#10 - 'Joy to the World (Joyful, Joyful) - Live' by Kingdom Kids, Shane & Shane
#11 - 'When I Lock Eyes With You' by Caleb and Kelsey
#12 - 'I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever' by Ben Laine
#13 - 'Maranatha' by Beckah Shae
#14 - 'Be The Light' by Jesus Co., WorshipMob
#15 - 'Let the Good Things Grow' by Kathy Troccoli
#16 - 'The Saviour Is Here' by ICF Worship
#17 - 'O Come, O Come Emmanuel - Live' by Kingdom Kids, Shane & Shane
#18 - 'Hark the Herald Angels Sing - Live' by Kingdom Kids, Shane & Shane
#19 - 'O Holy Night - Live' by Kingdom Kids, Shane & Shane
#20 - 'Face of God - Live' by Kingdom Kids, Shane & Shane
#21 - 'A Hundred Different Altars' by The Steeles
#22 - 'Breath of Heaven' by JJ Heller
#23 - 'I Have Enough' by JJ Heller
#24 - 'Star of Wonder' by JJ Heller
#25 - 'Hark! the Herald Angels Sing' by JJ Heller
#26 - 'The First Noel - Live' by Kingdom Kids, Shane & Shane
#27 - 'O Come All Ye Faithful - Live' by Kingdom Kids, Shane & Shane
#28 - 'Come Thou Long Expected Jesus - Live' by Kingdom Kids, Shane & Shane
#29 - 'All Creatures | in All the Earth' by Liberty Worship Collective
#30 - 'Goodness of God' by Caleb and Kelsey
#31 - 'Oh Come All Ye Faithful - Single Version' by Thrive Worship
#32 - 'Last Night' by LZ7
#33 - 'What A Beautiful Night' by Awaken Music
#34 - 'Pieces' by Caleb and Kelsey
#35 - 'Angels Medley (Hope Has Come)' by Lakewood Music
#36 - 'Called And Chosen' by Jesus Co., WorshipMob
#37 - 'It's Still Christmas' by Love & The Outcome
#38 - 'Influence Christmas Medley' by Influence Music, Melody Noel, Matt Gilman, Whitney Medina, Larry James Walker II
#39 - 'This Christmas' by Cochren & Co.
#40 - 'Let Us Adore Him' by Life Church Music
#41 - 'Loudest Sound (On a Silent Night)' by Sean BE, Madaline Garcia
#42 - 'Joy To The World (It's Christmas)' by Hannah Kerr
#43 - 'Holy - Live' by David Leonard
#44 - 'If You Listen' by Jeff & Sheri Easter
#45 - 'I Need Thee Every Hour - The Tide Acoustic Sessions' by Leigh Nash
#46 - 'One Holy Night' by Newsong
#47 - 'Home This Christmas' by Manor Collective, CalledOut Music, Becca Folkes, Tertia May
#48 - 'O Come, O Come, Emmanuel' by Traditional, DappyTKeys
#49 - 'O Holy Night' by Adolphe Adam, DappyTKeys
#50 - 'Silent Night' by Franz Xaver Gruber, DappyTKeys

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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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