Psalm 150

Think about this for a moment. We are ALL called to the worship ministry! No, not each one of us is specifically called to play guitar, drums, keyboards or sing solos in front of the whole church on Sunday mornings. But, we are ALL called to worship, and our congregation forms the one real worship choir – the body of believers singing praises to God.
 
And while we are all called to worship and sing praises in the congregation, maybe you really do play guitar, drums, or sing solos! Maybe you’d like to use your interest in sound, video, lighting, or computers to help us each week. We are a “servant-oriented” ministry and would love for you to join us. For more information, please contact Pastor Mike here.
 
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Featured Song

Have Mercy on Me

As we’ve been going through these first three chapters of Romans on Sunday mornings, we have been seeing our desperate need and how we fall short and our only hope is Christ. Confession is important–necessary–it is acknowledging our hopelessness and need for a Savior. Have Mercy on Me is a reflective and thoughtful song that we’ve introduced in recent weeks. Listen to the lyrics and let that be your prayer as you confess your dependence on God.
 




The Songs We Sing

There are a lot of great worship songs available. Some are great for listening and enjoying and others make great congregational songs. We can’t begin to sing every great song out there, but we thing we sing some of the best. You may already know many of them. Here is a link to a Spotify list or listen to songs right here.
 
 
Our worship teams use Planning Center Online for worship scheduling and practice.
 
Worship Team — CLICK HERE — To access Planning Center Online