Okay, okay. Maybe they’re not better, but they’re pretty darn amazing. Check out these beautiful, contemporary hymn covers and add them to your Sunday playlist ASAP!
1. “Count Your Many Blessings” by DariusMcKoy
When we count our many blessings, this beautiful cover is among them.
2. “The Lord is My Shepherd” by Emily Brown
You might recognize Emily Brown’s folksy voice from a video the Mormon Channel put out about a year ago. Her other covers are pretty amazing, too.
3. “More Holiness Give Me” by Lydia Theobald
Lydia Theobald is one of our latest loves, and her version of “More Holiness Give Me” gives you a good taste of why.
4. “Love at Home” by aenmgeirlyanu
This soulful version of “Love at Home” is a great one to bring the spirit into your home. It’s also beautifully sung in multiple languages.
5. “I Stand All Amazed” by Matthew Harrison and Lydia Theobald
This duet of “I Stand All Amazed” gives us lots of feelings.
6. “Come Thou Fount” by TheWinningStreak
There are many versions of “Come Thou Fount,” but this is one puts a unique spin on it.
7. “Be Still My Soul” by Becca Mohler
Nothing will still your soul like this melodic cover of “Be Still My Soul.”
8. “Come Ye Children of the Lord” by The Lower Lights
The Lower Lights are well known for their hymn covers and a must for any Sunday music playlist.
9. “I’m a Pilgrim, I’m a Stranger” by Children of the North
This is one you’ll need to hear the original hymn to believe.
Just for the fun of it, here’s a cover of “Popcorn Popping” by Rayna Day that we adore.
Know of any other fun hymn covers we should know about? Tell us in the comments!