Worship Database



Worship database is a website featuring a custom collection of Christian artist chord sheets in a word docx format, song lyrics, and the respective YouTube and MP3 songs from their original Christian songwriters.

Worship database is designed to help a community of church musicians to quickly and easily find the custom versions of worship songs played at their respective church venues.

Simply search using keywords, writer, or by tempo.

If SONG is unknown, use these keywords to begin search: "slow" "medium" "fast" or "all" (Lowercase or part words are okay.)

Note: No "*" wildcard support.

NOTICE: Church Copyright License or a Rehearse License
It is implied when using this site your church has applied for a Church Copyright License or a Rehearse License that solve the numerous copyright issues associated with common church music ministry activities.

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Chord Transposition Chart

Alternatively, you may use the chord transposition chart below. Each row represents a key and its scale. For instance, the first row contains the notes for the key of C. First locate the rows for your song's original key and desired key. For each chord in your song, find the chord in the row corresponding with the original key, and note what column it is in. Then find the chord in that same column in the row corresponding with the new key. Replace the original chord with that chord.

Let's say you want to transpose a song from C to G, and your song contains an F chord. F is in column 4 of the C row. Trace down to the G row, and you'd find that the C chord is in column 4. You would then replace all F chords with C chords.

Key 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 C D E F G A B
2 C# D# E# F# G# A# C
3 D E F# G A B C#
4 Eb F G Ab Bb C D
5 E F# G# A B C# D#
6 F G A Bb C D E
7 F# G# A# B C# D# E#
8 G A B C D E F#
9 Ab Bb C Db Eb F G
10 A B C# D E F# G#
11 Bb C D Eb F G A
12 B C# D# E F# G# A#


| A / / / | / / / / | D / / / | / / / / |

The bars (|) tell you where the measures start and stop and both the chords and the slashes (/) are the quarter notes.

Above is what this chord progression looks like in 4/4 timing.