Learn to play.
Practice New Music.
Equip your team.

Start Your Free Trial
or Take a Tour.

Play it Like it Sounds.

Do More With Less. Not every worship team has the 30-piece band featured on the latest recordings, so we arrange each song for a 5-piece. Now you can sound just like the track without needing to use one. Don’t even have a team? Each guitar and keyboard lesson features a solo chapter so you can lead the song on your own.


Try a Full Band Lesson >

Worship Artistry not only captures our music, but the heart of worship within it.
There’s nothing else like it.” - Jon Egan, Desperation Band

Custom tailored to everyone.

Our song lessons provide as much or as little teaching as each player needs. Beginners can watch in-depth teaching on tone, parts and technique while advanced players can watch a quick song play-through, check the charts and be good to go.

Worship Artistry helped me learn and play songs that I thought were impossible to do. Thank You!” - Bill C.

The Latest Songs.

Our song library grows by the week with both the latest songs to connect with the church as well as those we’ve been singing for centuries. You can also rest easily knowing we feature and license the master recordings from the original artists. There is no condemnation for those in Worship Artistry.

Our award winning library of over 300 guitar lessons and ever growing collection of full band arrangements feature in-depth teaching, chord charts, tabs and sheet music for drums, bass, keyboard, lead and rhythm guitars.

Licensed lessons from Sony/ATV, EMI, Hillsong, Word and Integrity Music.

Defender

Simple parts for everyone!
Pretty simple grooves. Toms and Pocket.
Easy one with a great riff at the end.
Album: 
Own It
Song Key: 
G
BPM: 
70

Another In The Fire

Get ready to repeat yourself.
Just a couple complicated grooves but you've got this!
Lay on that those pads
Album: 
People
Song Key: 
C
BPM: 
67

Hope Has A Name

Cool rhythm riffs and easy acoustic.
Straight forward.
Synth bass on this one that I will show you on Electric bass.
Song Key: 
A
BPM: 
68

It Is Finished

Added acoustic and some important riffs on the lead guitar.
Tom grooves and then grab that pocket at the end.
Great riffs at the end. You will learn a lot on this one.
Song Key: 
F
BPM: 
74

Nothing Else

Ambient and sparse
Just supporting this one.
Bass Swells and very simple part.
We take the lead on this one.
Album: 
Nothing Else
Song Key: 
C
BPM: 
68

Goodness Of God

We get to explore lead and catching the country feel.
Laying back on the back side of the groove.
Straight forward with a fun riff at the end.
Piano and organ keep the vibe
Album: 
Victory
Song Key: 
Ab
BPM: 
60

What A Saviour

Watch the count on this one
Coordination and tom grooves.
Some changes that feel like they may be in odd time but they are not so we can rock it!
Break out the EP!
Song Key: 
B
BPM: 
63

How Great Thou Art

Beautiful solo piano piece.
Song Key: 
Bb
“I’m well rested and ready to worship come Sunday morning, thanks to the Worship Artistry Team. Late nights figuring out parts are a thing of the past.” - Tim D.

Raise up new leaders.

Worship Artistry isn’t just about learning songs. We are about growing people. Our members learn to think like musicians and play like leaders. The Green Room features articles on all aspects of worship leading and those conversations carry from the comments into your rehearsals.

Guitar

How To Nail Your Volume Swells

Tips and Tricks
A few tips for great playing

Volume swells are simple to play. Just follow these guidelines to get you started.

Drums

How To Be Your Own Metronome

Tips and Tricks
Calibrate your inner clock

When we chose drums as our instrument, we signed up to be the leader of the rhythm section and that’s a vital role. As we go so the band goes. So how do imperfect people play in perfect time? Using a metronome or click track is a great place to start but it’s no substitute for developing your “internal click”. Here are a couple of training exercises to help you develop your internal metronome.

Bass

Fifth Note Lead-In

Tips and Tricks
Subtle but Spicy

Add a little spice to your chord progression with this simple note.  Daniel shows us where to slip it in.  

Keys

How To Use A Master Filter

Tips and Tricks
Learn how to clean up your keyboard patches so they can really shine.

Learn the knobs.

“With Worship Artistry I show up
to band rehearsal prepared
and inspired everytime.” - Desi S.

You’ve got the heart, we’ll teach you the skill.

Got a question? See our FAQs.

  • The videos are HD, you’ll need broadband Internet.
  • A modern browser with h264 support. Chrome or Safari recommended.
  • Tablets: Works on Apple (iOS) devices and Android devices that support h264 playback.
  • Phones: Coming soon!

Licensed lessons from Sony/ATV, EMI, Hillsong, Word and Integrity Music.