Feb 11: When the Brook Runs Dry, Dave Martinke
John: Authentic Belief
Feb 4: John 21:20-25, Arnie Guin
Jan 28: John 21:15-19, Arnie Guin
Jan 21: John 21:1-14, Arnie Guin
Jan 14: John 20:30-31, Arnie Guin
Jan 7: Grow in Grace and Knowledge, Arnie Guin
Dec 31: God's Superiority through His Diversity, Ryan Dewey
Dec 24: Christmas Eve, Arnie Guin
Dec 17: The Simple Strength of the Magi, Arnie Guin
Dec 10: The Simple Strength of the Shepherds, Arnie Guin
Dec 3: The Simple Strength of Mary and Joseph, Arnie Guin
Nov 26: What's Your Story? Matt Pfeil
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The word worship is derived from the word “worth,” so to worship something means to give it worth or value. That’s why it’s so easy to worship things instead of God – things like the Buffalo Bills, the Beatles, money, romance, or even ourselves. But more than anything else, God has complete “worth-ship” (Isaiah 2:8-11). There are many ways we can give God worth; we can serve Him with our lives, come to Him in sincere prayer, honor Him with our finances, or lift our voices in praise like we do in church. Worshipping God always involves taking the spotlight off ourselves (John 3:30) and focusing on Jesus (Hebrews 12:2). This is why we join together on Sunday, connecting to Christ by worshipping the One who is worthy (Revelation 4:11).
Currently, we do not distribute recordings of our worship however you may download mp3s of the original artists and listen on your own if you like. See a list of the songs we sing here.
If you would like to be involved with worship team or a sound, projection, or video tech team, please e-mail Rich Oppedisano at email@example.com.