Several folks have asked me if there was recording of “Holy Are You,” the song that I shared that the Festival of Homiletics a couple of years ago. I cranked out a recording of it today, albeit not especially good, but it will give folks a sense of the tune.
The song is copywritten, but not registered with CCLI (for a variety of reasons). I really don’t mind you using it in worship if you feel so led, but am retaining the copyright in the off chance that someone wants to use it for a profit making opportunity. I don’t expect that to happen, but crazier things have happened in the world.
Jay Voorhees is a pastor, writer, and community activist located in Nashville, TN. Jay currently is the pastor of the City Road Chapel United Methodist Church in Madison, TN, and is engaged in helping to connect others to the example and teaching of Jesus Christ and to take seriously Christ’s call to love our neighbors in radical ways.
Jay is the co-founder of The MethoBlog, a site that aggregates the writings of Methodist-related bloggers throughout the world, and is the former managing editor of The United Methodist Reporter. Jay has been involved in the United Methodist Church at both the local and national level since 1988. Jay is also the owner of Only Wonder Media, a boutique book and media publisher.
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Love this song. We should do this at prime. You’re recording reminds me of some beloved John Michael Talbot stuff from years ago.