Now You Can Find the Church on Spotify and Other Music Streaming Services – Church Newsroom
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Now You Can Find the Church on Spotify and Other Music Streaming Services – Church Newsroom

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Since you’re already listening to music on your favorite music streaming app, you may have wondered how to find songs from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Uplifting Christian pop and instrumental music from the Church are now available in the apps you already love.  
The Church is now featured as an official artist on streaming channels called Church of Jesus Christ on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music and Pandora. You can find music produced by the Church and recorded from live events that are perfect for creating playlists for Sunday listening or inviting a peaceful feeling into your home.   
Some of the initial albums being released on Church accounts include a selection of hymns and the soundtrack from season one of the Book of Mormon Videos series. In the album “Praise! Live from the Studio” you can find hymns sung by popular Latter-day Saint artists like Nik Day, Jennifer Blosil and City of Enoch. 
Playlists will soon be added for more specific circumstances, like getting ready for church on Sunday or when you need to be reminded of God’s love. 
 

Subscribers to Church accounts on streaming services will enjoy these benefits: 

In addition to the official Church artist account, two other streaming services artists are providing music from the Church: Strive to Be features youth music, including an annual album with additional singles, and The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square features music from the Choir. 
“Music is a way to worship God and feel the Spirit,” said product manager Matthew Anderson. “We hope creating this artist not only provides members with a great source to boost their spirituality, but also gives the Church new ways to reach individuals seeking to feel the love of Christ.” 
 
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