Worship Choir and Orchestra is now called Worship Family and we're getting back together. Join us Wednesday, August 11 at 6 in the Music Suite for orientation and weekly rehearsal.
What does it mean to praise and worship Almighty God, the God of the Bible?
To worship God is to express our love and awe of who He is. In Isaiah 66:1 God says “Heaven is my throne, and the earth is my footstool.”
He is the Creator of the universe and everything in it, which includes
me and you. God sees us as significant. How wonderful and amazing is
The foundation of our praise is rooted in a personal relationship with
God through Jesus Christ. Out of that relationship God desires us to
live all of our moments as a worshipper. True worship requires total
commitment of our body, mind and spirit. It’s about exalting, adoring
and acknowledging the God of the Bible. It has nothing to do with
religion, but it has everything to do with having an intimate and
profound relationship with God - the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
When it comes to preparing for gathered worship, the key is to
understand you and I are on a journey. We want to be on a progression of
some kind during any particular worship gathering. God promises to be
with us when two or three gather in His name. God is wanting to bring
you and me to a place of encounter with Him. This is not necessarily why
we worship but rather what occurs when we worship in genuine spirit and
The section of the journey we find ourselves on during a particular
worship gathering is part of a bigger pilgrimage we're on during our
weeks, months and years as a church family. Keep this in mind and enjoy
the journey. Think journey!
The best worship occurs from the inside-out. Worship is born from the
revelation of God as found in His word, our times of prayer, and
personal experiences where we encounter the presence of God. Too often a
person can simply look good on the outside while the true test is this:
when we take the deep look inside, is there something of substance from