33 Good Contemporary Christian Songs For Funerals

Music plays a powerful role in your funeral or memorial service. From choosing something that is particularly meaningful or personal, finding the right Christian funeral song can be difficult. For religious funerals, specific traditions may dictate what music is used during the service. When it comes to selecting the right type of music, you may want to speak to your religious leader. For those seeking a contemporary Christian song, here is a great selection of songs for funerals.

10,000 Reasons – Matt Redman
All My Tears – Julie Miller
Amazing Grace – John Newton
Be Ye Glad – Glad
Closer to You – Mark Schultz
Comforter – CeCe Winans
Cry Out to Jesus – Third Day
Dancing With the Angels – Monk & Neagle
Going Home – Bill & Gloria Gaither
Heaven Song – Phil Wickham
Held – Natalie Grant
Homesick – MercyMe
How to Live – Point of Grace
I Can Only Image – Bart Millard
I Can Only Imagine – MercyMe
It Is Not Death to Die – Bob Kauflin
Jesus Died My Soul To Save – Pocket Full of Rocks
Keep Me In Your Heart – Warren Zevon
One More Day – Diamond Rio
Rock of Ages – Chris Rice
Save A Place for Me – Matthew West
Somewhere Somehow – Amy Grant
Song of the Grieving – Matt Rexford
The Line Between The Two – Mark Harris
There Will Be A Day – Jeremey Camp
There Will Come A Day – Faith Hill
Victory In Jesus – Eugene Monroe Bartlett, Sr.
What A Day That Will Be – Jim Hill
What A Friend I’ve Found – Delirious
Who Am I – Casting Crowns
Wish You Were Here – Wave City
With Hope – Steven Curtis Chapman
You Raise Me Up – Westlife

The following video reviews the best way to arrange and pre-plan a funeral. There are many advantages to pre-planning your funeral to ensure that your loved ones are not left with any unnecessary burden upon your death. It is encouraged that you should speak to your local funeral director regarding making this important decision.