"Ascribe to the LORD the glory due his name; worship the LORD in the splendor of holiness." (Ps. 29:2)
We believe that music used in corporate worship should primarily point people to God and not to the world.
Congregational singing, building up one another through songs of praise, is the most significant aspect of our church's music. The mark of a Spirit-controlled and Word-filled believer is singing unto the Lord from a thankful heart (Eph. 5:19; Col. 3:16). We also seek to worship the Lord and edify one another through prepared music offered by smaller groups from among our congregation.
We strive to sing and present God-honoring music that is strongly biblical in content and conservative in style.
To learn more about our philosophy of worship, follow the link to hear a mini-series of messages covering the topic: Worship Matters. To hear messages specifically on music, click here.