The Lord has birthed in us a desire to enter into His presence. Through song, dance, and instruments we come before the Lord with praise and worship at His throne. Worship is at the heart of our vision as we come to know the Lord in the beauty of His holiness and majesty. A phrase that helps depict our style of worship is: spontaneity in the midst of order. As we worship Jesus through the orderly rites of confession, praise, Holy Communion, the preaching of the Word and ministry, the Holy Spirit spontaneously fills us with His power and gifts. Therefore...


Clapping of hands and audible praises unto God
Psalm 47:1; Psalm 104:33; Psalm 108:3

Musical instruments and dancing unto the Lord
2 Samuel 6:14; Psalm 150:3-5; 2 Chronicles 5:12-13

Lifting up of hands
Psalm 63:4; Psalm 134:2; Lamentations 2:19; 1 Timothy 2:8

Laying hands on people and anointing with oil
Mark 16:18; Mark 6:13; Acts 9:17; Acts 28:8; James 5:14

Some "fall back" or "rest in the Spirit"
when God's power touches them
2 Chronicles 5:14; John 18:6; Matthew 28:4
Revelation 1:17; Acts 9:4; Acts 22:7

Speaking and singing in tongues and in English
1 Corinthians 14:14-15

Interpretations of tongues and prophecy
1 Corinthians 12:10; John 4:19; 1 Corinthians 14:1-39

Join us for our School of Worship which starts on July 27, 1997

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