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8 Creative Fonts That Work Beautifully For Lyric Slides

By November 30, 2016 June 24th, 2019 2 Comments
8 Creative Fonts That Work Beautifully For Lyric Slides

Typography plays a huge role in the look and feel of your worship slides. A great typeface, or font, will immediately catch your eye and draw your audience in. If you’re looking to take the look of your lyrics from bland to beautiful, these are some great fonts to try!

Before you try these 8 fonts, give the world’s best worship lyric font a try… CMG Sans

1. Zooja ($24, Creative Market)

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Download this font here. This background is available in the December 2016 CMG Pack.

2. Nexa Bold (Free, Font Squirrel)

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Download this font here. This background is available in the December 2016 CMG Pack.

3. Sortdecai Brush Script ($17, Creative Market)

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Download this font here. This background is available in the December 2016 CMG Pack.

4. Aleo Bold (Free, Font Squirrel)


Download this font here. This background is available in the December 2016 CMG Pack.

5. Bromello Script ($12, Creative Market)

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Download this font here. This background is available in the December 2016 CMG Pack.

6. Antonio Bold (Free, Font Squirrel)

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Download this font here. This background is available in the December 2016 CMG Pack.

7. Bonjour Script ($18, Creative Market)

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Download this font here. This background is available in the December 2016 CMG Pack.

8. Nexa Slab (Free, Font Squirrel)

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Download this font here. This background is available in the December 2016 CMG Pack.

Photo by Elevate Life Church in Frisco, Texas.

2 Comments

  • Federico Thomas says:

    Que genial amigo!! Yo compre la primera fuente, lo que me gustaria saber como manejar una pantalla de un proyector, porque la nuestra no es LED.

  • Sequim Community Church says:

    Something you’re missing in this post is the concept that a font needs to be readable. Many of these look great, but are not easily read – especially when you add in a busy background. Remember the reason you do lyric slides – to prompt the audience to sing along. If they can’t read the lyrics they won’t sing.

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