Experience SALT19 worship with our worship leaders’ set lists.

 

SALT19 was blessed to have a couple amazing worship leaders featured throughout the conference. Chris McClarney and Matt Maher were absolutely incredible, and we greatly appreciate the messages, thoughts and prayers they shared with everyone.

We wanted to give you the opportunity to capture the SALT19 worship experience. Below is an insider’s look into the SALT19 set list for every main session. You can also check out our Spotify playlist.

Session One

Chris McClarney kicked off the conference for us Wednesday night! He opened up with songs that fulfilled the essence of us trying to open our hearts to God. It was also a reminder of His relentless love, which overall is just an incredibly positive note to start on.

  1. Valley – Chris McClarney
  2. Here for You – Matt Redman
  3. Hallelujah for the Cross – Chris McClarney
  4. Who You Say I Am – Hillsong Worship

McClarney began his second half of worship with “Great Are You Lord” by All Sons and Daughters which truly embodied the idea of opening our minds and hearts to what God has called us to do. Needless to say, McClarney closed the night beautifully.

  1. Great Are You Lord – All Sons and Daughters
  2. What A Beautiful Name – Hillsong Worship
  3. Yes and Amen – Housefires
Session Two

Matt Maher led SALT19 worship for us Thursday morning. Worship featured “Here for You” by Matt Redman, “Because He Lives” by Matt Maher, and them some. What made Maher’s worship standout was how well it tied in the with the message that followed. Ian Cron discussed the need for us to discover ourselves before we could understand God. Maher’s worship focused on finding our way to God and giving ourselves to him. Worship simply made a great segue for the discussion of the day.

  1. Here for You – Matt Redman
  2. Because He Lives – Matt Maher
  3. Come as You Are – Crowder
  4. Alive and Breathing – Matt Maher
Session Four

Chris McClarney closed the night for us again on Thursday. There was one idea that shined bright on everything – “God’s love, power, and greatness.” Phil Bowdle discussed how God created us to shine light on Jesus, and McClarney reminded us of “why” we shine that light on Him.

  1. Build My Life – Housefires
  2. God of Miracles – Chris McClarney
  3. Spirit Break Out – Kim Walker-Smith
Session Five

Matt Maher kicked off our final morning of SALT19 worship on Friday. His set featured music that highlighted faithfulness in God, and how He works within our lives to help guide us down the path He’s designed for us. Maher’s worship was a great transition into Whitney George’s discussion that morning; he focused on how we’re meant to be where God places us, and he rewards nothing more than our faithfulness in Him.

  1. Your Grace is Enough – Matt Maher
  2. Lord, I Need You – Matt Maher
  3. Run to The Father – Matt Maher
Session Six

We were lucky enough to have Chris McClarney close out the conference for us. Luke McElroy left us with the message of how God acts in our lives to leverage influence on the people around us, and in the simplest of ways. McClarney’s worship truly emphasized that message with songs like “How Great Is Our God” by Chris Tomlin which embody the power of God’s influence in our lives.

  1. Do It Again – Elevation Worship
  2. How Great Is Our God – Chris Tomlin
  3. How Great Thou Art – Carrie Underwood
  4. Yes and Amen – Housefires

Thank you to our amazing worship leaders, Chris McClarney and Matt Maher. SALT19 worship at this year’s conference was truly an incredible experience.

Check out our Spotify and capture the SALT19 worship experience with the music featured throughout the event!

You can also check out this article featuring ‘oldies but goodies’ worship songs, including “What a Beautiful Name It Is” by Hillsong Worship.