Why do we sing?

Sometimes Christians can use the words “worship” and “music” as synonyms. We have made that same mistake
ourselves at times. However, worship is infinitely broader than simply singing songs.

We have a firm belief that worship is a way of life.

Music is such a personal and compelling part of so many people’s lives. The fact is when someone is checking out a
church for the first time they usually want to know what to expect with the style of music. I’ve spent 30 years in the
ministry trying to put labels on music styles, worship service styles, and preaching styles. The problem is the meaning
of those labels can change as the culture changes, making it harder to tell people what style of music we use.
So, examples of the type of music we might do on a Sunday morning might include music from Hillsong United,
Passion, Chris Tomlin, Lincoln Brewster, North Point Church, and many others. We also do arrangements of deeply
loved, meaningful hymns from the past, and draw on the timeless truths found in those words. Our Sunday morning
instrumentation is a full band with several singers. Sometimes it will be very driving and lively, and other times it will be more laid back and introspective. Our goal is to shape the environment that is needed for a particular service so we can hear God, get out of the way, and let Him do what He wants to do. I hope you will consider worshiping along side us.

                                                                                                                                                            Worship Pastor Brandon Sloan