Featured: You Alone

You Alone is a brand new project, highlighting five new songs from NCC Worship. The album is meant to be more of a resource, and not just another standard music release. It includes the songs, both studio and LIVE band versions, as well as LIVE videos, clips of the messages the songs were written out of, and much more.

The album ranges from upbeat praise anthems to intimate reflective songs of worship. Our hope is that this resource connects people to God’s presence.

You Alone releases on March 31, 2015 on all major digital outlets.

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NCC Worship is a music collective based in Washington DC at National Community Church. Through creativity and excellence NCC Worship cultivates an atmosphere of intimate worship and passionate praise where God’s presence and His people connect.

Our hope is that the world would be transformed one life at a time through an encounter with Jesus. Our heart is to equip the church to see it happen.
2 Chronicles 7:14

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