5 Go-To Fonts for Worship Lyrics

Carl Barnhill

Your font choices are a key element in the look of your environments. With lyric text being on screen for at least a third or more of your service, choosing the right fonts for your worship lyrics may seem small, but it matters.

One of the main factors in choosing a font for your lyrics is to be consistent. Use the same font and size for all the songs in a worship set. Unless you are doing a very intentional performance piece- the font, the font size, and the placement of the lyrics on screen should not change during your entire service.


When choosing a font for your worship lyrics, here are 5 Go-To fonts I suggest:

1. Gotham (bold)

5 GO-TO FONTS - Gotham Bold

5 GO-TO FONTS - Myriad Pro Bold

5 GO-TO FONTS - Avenir Black
5 GO-TO FONTS - Helvetica Neue Bold

5 GO-TO FONTS - Helvetica Bold

Two additional fonts that are also okay to use:


5 GO-TO FONTS - Arial Bold

What are your Go-To fonts for Worship Lyrics?

About Carl Barnhill

Owner, Church Visuals

Carl Barnhill is a creative entrepreneur, motion designer and author. He is the Owner of Church Visuals, a company that helps Ministry Leaders visually communicate the Gospel. He is the host of the Your Visuals Matter Podcast. You can find him in Columbia, South Carolina with his wife, Katie and two sons, Jacob and Wesley.

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