Sunday Worship: 10:00am

'music' Tagged Posts

One Year Anniversary Sunday

We are celebrating the one-year anniversary of our public launch this Sunday. Come prepared to sing and give testimony about the great things God has done. Here is the list of songs: Bless the LordWonderful Merciful SaviorBe Unto Your NameFor You are HolyThe Gospel Song The service will be followed by a lunch. Please feel free to bring a side dish or…

Sunday, January 13

Think of these words from one of the songs we’ll be singing this Sunday: For nothing good have IWhereby Thy grace to claim;I’ll wash my garments whiteIn the blood of Calv’ry’s Lamb. And now complete in Him,My robe, His righteousness,Close sheltered ’neath His side,I am divinely blest. Wow! We are singing to God, Who did all those wonderful deeds. You did not…

Sunday, January 6th

As we prepare to worship our creative, indescribable, awesome God this Sunday, let’s ponder the greatness of His creation. Look around you at the beauty He has made, and let your heart respond in praise. Here are the songs we’ll be praising God with this Sunday: Here is Your GodI will Glory in My RedeemerIndescribableStill My Soul Be StillSpeak O Lord

Sunday, December 16

This Sunday, we’ll be thinking about the events leading up to the birth of Jesus.  Here are the songs we’ll be worshipping God with: O Come All Ye FaithfulI Have a ShelterThe Word is AliveSilent NightIt is Not Death to Die We’ll be looking at Luke 1:39-56 as we think about Mary’s and Elizabeth’s interactions before the birth of Christ.

Sunday, December 9

Let’s be refreshed this Sunday as we ponder on the greatness of our God and worship Him, Who alone is worthy of our worship. He is ExaltedHark the Herald Angles SingThe Word is AliveChrist is RisenSpeak O Lord

Christ is Risen

We will be singing a new song for most of us this Sunday, so I wanted to get the song up here so you can listen to it and learn it ahead of time. It’s a tremendous song about the resurrection of Christ and the implications of it on our lives. What a great theme to worship God about. Come empty this…