Every weekend we gather to worship God together!
At Worship Center, our vision for the worship ministry is to have authentic worship supported by musical excellence. God has given us the gift of music and we want to use it to bring Him glory. Jesus is at the center of our worship, for He is the one who brings us freedom.
He brings hope for our despair, joy for our sorrow, and peace for our troubles. His death brought us life and his blood was shed for the forgiveness of our sins. When we lift up the name of Jesus, we experience the fullness of his presence!
Our prayer is that through these times of worship, you would experience God no matter where you are on our journey with Him. Hopefully, we can all identify with David, who authored Psalm 40:2-3 where he writes, “God lifted me out of the pit of despair and set my feet on a rock. He has given me a song to sing, a hymn of praise to our God. Many will see and put their trust in Him!”
To discover ways you can be a part of the audio, video, or worship teams, visit the Volunteer Page.
A few weeks ago, I was leading a song in one of our weekend services as it dawned on me again: the importance of gathering together to worship. As we were singing, I looked out across our church to individual faces as I typically do, but this time was different. I began to see the diversity in the crowd so much more clear. There were young and old, rich and poor, single and married people. I saw happy faces, sad faces, and those in between. Some had hands raised in the air and some had arms crossed, looking disinterested. My eyes saw all kinds of different races and cultures, bringing to mind the lyrics of an old children’s song, “red and yellow, black and white, they are precious in His sight.” All of these observations and thoughts were taking place as we lifted up our worship to the Lord. Read More