Worship Songs for Mother's Day 2024

Song ideas for your Mother's Day church service.

This Mother's Day, worship leaders all around the world are going to be combing through their favorite worship songs to find something that exemplifies everything this holiday stands for. As we celebrate mothers, we have an incredible opportunity to both thank God for working through them and for loving us as His children in a similar way. Mother's Day is a chance to truly reflect on the parental nature of God and celebrate mothers, and your worship song selection can play a huge role in helping the church community to do just that.

Celebrate Mother's Day with Your Favorite Worship Songs

Often, though not always, a preacher will use the Mother's Day service to deliver a message that discusses a mother's love alongside the love of Christ. While many people can easily write off Mother's Day as something that may not need to be brought to the service, there are plenty of songs dedicated to the same ideals we celebrate each Mother's Day. As you reflect on your own mother and the way we see God reflect in a mother's love, some of your favorite Christian worship songs could very well enhance the meaning of the day.

The Feelings People Bring to Mother's Day

Here's the key question you should ask yourself as you put together a worship setlist: what feelings will the congregation be carrying in with them this Sunday? Mother's Day can mean a variety of different things for everyone. Some may be celebrating the close relationship they have with their parents, while some others may be grieving, and others may even be looking for a reminder of how God fills the gap of parental love that they've been missing. Finding Mother's Day songs might seem like a challenge, but as you reflect on each of these emotions you may find that more Christian worship songs speak to these ideas than you initially thought.

Our Top Mothers Day Songs for Church Picks

As we celebrate all the moms in your church on this special day, we also want to give thanks to God for them.

In our worship sets, we can reflect this by singing songs with themes of love, thankfulness, compassion, comfort, and adoption. Some of your favorite worship songs could easily take on a whole new meaning during a Mother's Day service. To help make things a little easier for you this year, we've compiled some of the songs we feel can best celebrate Mother's Day and enhance a special service. 

Here are some ideas for your Mother's Day setlist:

The Blessing by Kari Jobe

Goodess Of God by Bethel Music

I Speak Jesus by Here Be Lions

Bless God by Brooke Ligertwood

Great Are You Lord by All Sons and Daughters

Who You Say I Am by Hillsong Worship

King Of My Heart by John Mark and Sarah McMillan

Gold by Jesus Culture

Ever Be by Bethel Music

Build My Life by Brett Younker

Canvas and Clay by Pat Barrett

Holy Water by We The Kingdom

God Is So Good (You Are Worthy) by Pat Barrett

Take Courage by Bethel Music

Reckless Love by Cory Asbury

No Longer Slaves by Bethel Music

Holy Ground by Passion 

Canvas And Clay by Pat Barrett

Tremble by Mosaic MSC

You Say by Lauren Daigle

It Is Well by Bethel Music

Blessed Assurance by Elevation Worship

You Make Me Brave by Bethel Music

Peace Be Still by The Belonging Co

Stand In Your Love by Bethel Music

Explore more songs available on Worship Artistry.

Don't Carry All the Pressure Yourself

Putting together setlists as a worship leader can be stressful. Especially if you're relatively new to leading a worship team, these Sunday services that take place on 'special' holidays can feel like one big challenge. What if you choose wrong? How do you know if the songs you sing are the right fit? At the end of the day, you need to remember that this service isn't entirely on your shoulders. Collaborate with the other members of the worship team to figure out the best route forward, even if it's just asking someone whether they think a hymn or something more contemporary is best. Talk to the pastor in charge of the service as well! Hearing what they're going to be preaching can inspire some better ideas for songs.

Remember to rely on the spirit as well! As a worship leader, you are blessed with the opportunity to listen to God and help deliver the message he has for your congregation. Before putting together any worship setlist, spend plenty of time in prayer and allow Jesus to guide your decision-making.

Check Out Worship Artistry to Grow Your Skillset

Worship is a beautiful, powerful tradition. Here at Worship Artistry, we take pride in helping countless musicians enhance their worship-leading skills. Whatever your current confidence level, our tutorials and lessons are an accessible way to strengthen your abilities and add more worship songs to your repertoire. Jump over to our website today to browse through our broad range of sheet music, chord charts, and lessons for different instruments. From Mother's Day to Christmas morning, we've got songs for all occasions readily available. So many artists are held back by their own lack of confidence, and we're here to build you up so you can best use your gifts to glorify God!

Kristina Kislyanka is the Marketing Manager, podcast co-host and sometimes vocalist at Worship Artistry. She is the Worship Pastor at her church in Washington state. She’s passionate about songwriting, producing music, and growing community within the Church. 

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