Celtic Worship is an organic cultural expression of sung worship in Scotland today; an expression which follows in the footsteps of what has taken place in Scotland for centuries. Comprised of some of the most interesting and innovative musicians in Scotland’s flourishing contemporary music scene, the band is driven by a sincere desire to use their skills, giftings and various abilities to praise and make known Jesus Christ. Together they explore the beautiful timeless truth of psalms and older hymns, whilst contributing original works to the canon of Christian music – all with the instrumentation and musical language of their native Scotland including the powerful sound of bagpipes, whistles and fiddle.

The group was first assembled in late 2016 to prepare for a live worship event held during Glasgow’s famous Celtic Connections festival. Since then, the band has performed in the UK and Europe, has released two studio albums, and continues to accumulate millions of views of their online videos. They have just released their Christmas album – Come Behold: Christmas Collaborations – featuring guest artists such as Ron Block, Norrie MacIver, Unoma Okudo, and Blue Rose Code.

Celtic Worship are: Naomi Stirrat, David Hogg, Mhairi Marwick, Scott Wood, Chris Amer, Gus Stirrat and Ifedade Thomas.

Moving ahead, the band continues to write, perform and, above all, bring praise to the One to whom all praise is due. They invite you to join them.


Birth that brought the morning
A cry that meant the night would have to end
Angels’ song announcing
Blessed son come down to all mankind
What was prophesied has come to pass
Hope arriving means I’m free at last

Prince of Peace rule over me
Prince of Peace reign

O come all you despairing
There’s rest and comfort here under the star
Love fulfilled the promise
Messiah take the crown here in my heart
I’ll drop everything and run to you
Spend my life declaring this good news

Glory to God
Glóir a bhith dhut


Prince of Peace (Official Music Video) | Celtic Worship

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