Music in Worship Archive

Browse our Music in Worship Archive

Calvary has a long and rich history of beautiful liturgical music, and that tradition is vibrantly alive today in our weekly worship services which feature our 50-voice Chancel Choir, our 6,200 pipe organ and other beautiful instruments, professional soloists and other fine guest musicians, children and youth choirs, and a range of exceptional music you likely won’t encounter in many other churches. This includes everything from Gregorian chant to Bach to gospel and jazz to brand new arrangements of cherished hymns. We believe that a meaningful, powerful church music ministry is one that respectfully encompasses the great diversity of our people and our time and place.

Music in Worship

“Plenty Good Room”

African American Spiritual arr. Horace Scruggs & Michael Conley

Down to the River to Pray

Traditional American. arr. Sheldon Curry Phoebe Rosquist, Nancy Hall, Vrushabh Doshi, Jefferson Packer, & Michael Conley

Ding Dong Merrily on High. Chancel Choir

Calvary “Virtual” Chancel Choir, Michael Conley, conductor/editor

Hallelujah Chorus (Virtual Easter 2021)

Handel's beloved "Hallelujah" from Messia with cameos recorded all over San Francisco.

The Work of Christmas

"The Work of Christmas" by Dan Forrest, to a poem by Howard Thurman The Calvary Chapel Choir, conducted by Michael Conley

“Seasons of Love” from Rent

"Seasons of Love" from Rent Calvary Children & Youth virtual choir Kelly Crandell, Director & Editor

“A Mighty Fortress Is Our God”

Martin Luther (1483-1546), arr. Lani Smith, Chancel Choir, Kelly Crandell, piano, John Walko, organ