“So We Would Know is a folk and roots-‐based album about God’s goodness, faithfulness, mercy and love. It’s a collection of old songs and hymns that Treva Blomquist has compiled, rearranged, and recorded after searching through old hymnals for songs that stirred her heart, her hands and her voice.
“… So We Would Know is a series of conversations, woven into a story by an artist that only knows how to make honest music. It’s a refreshing break from the oft manufactured, frequently forced feel of similar releases by other contemporary artists… (the song) “Ain’t No Grave” is strong enough both to recall The Civil Wars’ 2011 hit “Barton Hollow” AND give The Man In Black a run for his money.” (Taylor Weston, Conway Revel)
You can download lyrics and chord sheets at trevamusic.wordpress.com
Our worship is much more than the songs we sing; we were created to worship in every aspect of our lives. While we do sing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs as part of our weekly services, we recognize that this experience is not the sum total of our worship as Christians. Some of the songs we sing are familiar hymns and psalms with traditional tunes and some are ancient hymn texts set to new tunes – some written by us, some from Indelible Grace, Red Mountain Music, Sojourn Music and others. The song list below is a good sampling of the style of music and many of the songs we sing every week. Through the psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs we sing, a rich theology is presented that both helps us to understand the nature of our God and aid us in our worship of him.