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Cross Worship | Same God

Friday, March 5, 2021

"This song will guide listeners through a transitional moment in life. There is a choice to be made as they listen - will you trust God wholeheartedly? This melody is an anthem to joyfully proclaim God’s power although there is brokenness, chaos, and devastation around us." Original Master MultiTracks for Same God are now available! 

Cross Worship is a collaboration of worship leaders with a heart to reconcile the body of Christ across denominational and racial divides. As a collective team of individual artists, Cross Worship blends the strengths of different styles to create an eclectic sound capable of reaching a unified church.

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Cross Worship | And Our Song Will Be

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Cross Worship is a collaboration of worship leaders with a heart to reconcile the body of Christ across denominational and racial divides. It was founded by Troy Culbreth in Cincinnati, Ohio as a regular gathering, inviting churches from around the city to come and worship together united as one.

And Our Song Will Be… is Cross Worship’s latest EP featuring 3 originals and 3 cover songs. As a collective unit of diverse members, the group continues to create an eclectic sound with the intention of uniting the Church. These authentic moments of worship were recorded live, including a brand new version of “So Will I (100 Billion X)."

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Cross Worship - "Victorious"

Monday, March 23, 2020

"Victorious" was recorded at Rivers Crossing Community Church in Mason, OH as part of Cross Worship’s first live recording of original songs. The song is D’Marcus Howard’s debut as lead vocalist. Cross Worship is a collaboration of worship leaders with a heart to reconcile the body of Christ across denominational and racial divides. It was founded by Troy Culbreth in Cincinnati, Ohio as a regular gathering, inviting churches from around the city to come and worship together united as one.

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