Enjoy the movement of this playlist made up of favourite tracks for this season of Lent from the ehills community.
I am sure there will be a few additions over the season.
You can follow this list on apple music here.
Some tracks have to be purchased but well worth it!
A Spotify version of ‘Lent Listening 2017’ is on its way by the weekend. Look out for it.
Thanks everyone.


Track Artist Why
Rest Future of Forestry awesome strings.
awesome lyrics. awesome rest. awesome God.
Les Colston.
I Still Have to Go Tyson Motsenbocker I was told Tyson Motsenbocker wrote this album as a reflection on the passing away of his Mother who was also his hero. He has created a beautiful album as a tribute to her life, ‘Letters to Lost Loves’ is sometimes sad, sometimes haunting, always beautiful. This is one of the happier songs, enjoy!
Tim Barrow.
Ghost of a King The Gray Havens Brilliant, powerful song that speaks of the mystery of resurrection and new life when we truly thirst and go beyond ourselves.
Tim Cross.
Higher Love (Acoustic) Grace Grundy I still enjoy the original, but this cover is striped right back and very delicate, it really brings the message of the song to the fore. I love the message of a ‘higher love’ and I believe love is something we need to elevate into our awareness all the time. Something from heaven that needs to made flesh here and now in us.
Tim Barrow.
Lay it All Down Will Reagan & United Pursuit Jesus is waiting for us to lay down our burdens this lent season so he can speak life into our true identity and close the door on false accusation & hopelessness. This is going to be a season of restoration. Who the son sets free is free indeed!
Cathy Woods.
Blinded by Your Grace pt.1. Stormzy Stormzy hustled his own way in to this playlist somehow.
A song in two beautiful parts.
Nearer my God to Thee Anna Weatherup A beautiful rendition of a classic hymn that draws my heart to God.
Gretel Ridgeway.
Vapor The Liturgists A creation story of our now, what is God unfolding in us during Lent and how is it opening us up more to Him.
Bec Matheson.
Planetarium La La Land Soundtrack This movie was colour in a dull season for me. This track is like waking up to something new.
Em Morgan.
Mention of Your Name Jenn Johnson I have been listening to this song on repeat since I heard it! Just the whisper of Jesus name changes everything. May we understand the power of the name of Jesus this Easter .
Meg Woods.
Samhradh Samhradh The Gloaming The title means summer summer and it’s a song about summer returning and the sun rising and the animals playing.
A song of hope.
Joel McKerrow.
Night has passed/Morning has Broken The Brilliance Just one of the many ‘Brilliant” songs from the aptly named band off their latest album. A great reminder as we start each day and a fantastic ode to the Cat Stevens classic.
Les Colston.
Anyhow Tedeschi Truck Band A song about journeying that I am loving this season.
Em Morgan.
Blinded by Your Grace pt. 2 Stormzy Gangsta praise everytime.
Forever Kari Jobe My fave line in this song which continues to sustain me in all things is “His perfect love could not be overcome”. Love wins!
Meg Woods.
The End of Me Jason Gray Catchy, simple, reminder that the fruit of the Spirit comes as we let go during those times when God brings us to the end of ourselves.
Tim Cross. 

Tendons              Bellarive            This track is a tour de force of an epic song – just like lent! Norman A.