...letting the sound of His praise be heard!
Come, let us sing to the LORD! Let us shout joyfully to the Rock of our salvation. Let us come to Him with thanksgiving. Let us sing psalms of praise to Him.
We are blessed to gather in worship each week to give Jesus Christ honor and praise! We desire that our times of worship together reflect and glorify God, as we respond to who He is and what He has done.
Our hope is that worshippers will grow to understand that true worship is more than singing a song, and that through our time together the body of Christ would be edified and encouraged to fully embrace a lifestyle of worship. We strive for our musical worship to be authentic in purpose and transparent in presentation.
LifePoint's musical time of worship is energetic, contemporary in style, and utilizes a rhythm section, vocals, wind and stringed instruments, and often a choir. While there is variety in our musical worship from week to week, the central issue to us is that the songs we sing express the unchanging truths of God's Word.
Some of our special programs include musical presentations at Christmas and Easter. We also conduct a Kids' Music Camp and musical during the summer.
Be a Part of LifePoint's Worship Arts Team!
The Worship and Music Ministry is a vital part of the LifePoint Church experience! Opportunities for you to be involved include:
Worship Vocals - audition required and must participate in choir
Worship Band (drums, bass, guitars, keyboards) - audition required
Worship Instruments (brass, winds, strings) - an ability to read music and some experience required.
Worship Choir - sings an average of two Sundays a month between September and May as well as seasonal presentations
For more information or to be a part of this ministry, contact Pastor David at the church office or Contact Us and include Worship in the subject line.
This Sunday's Song List
We have listed below the song list for those who would like to become familiar with the songs before hand. This coming Sunday's songs are:
Great and Mighty King
Yet Not I But Through Christ In Me
All To Us
Sermon Passage for August 2, 2020