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This online resource is offered in order to help plant the songs and the words that we sing deep into the hearts of our congregation, as well as provide context about the music as it connects to the scripture readings and themes of the worship services. 

Please select a date below to listen to and learn more about the music used in the worship service, or simply play the songs on the YouTube playlist below.

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Psalm 23


We'll continue our study of the Psalms this week with a look at the beloved Psalm 23. We'll sing some songs that speak directly to the shepherd/sheep relationship. But, most of our singing will be along the lines of us being led by God. A sovereign Lord who leads his people is certainly worthy of our praise! Prelude "The King of Love My Shepherd Is" Just like last week,...

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Psalm 1


We'll dive into the Psalms this week with a look first at Psalm 1. Prelude "That Man Is Blest Who, Fearing God" We took the text of this hymn which is from Psalm 1 and set it to the tune of "Alas! and Did My Savior Bleed." The text speaks of the law, the blessing of the one who follows it, and the curse of the one who doesn't. "Yea, blest is he who makes God's law his p...

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With a new year comes a good time to briefly remind you all of why we write this blog. It is our hope that in writing it you'll have the opportunity to engage in worship in more thoughtful and intentional ways throughout the week and in preparation for Sunday mornings. One way that we can help you do that is by giving you some of thewhys behind the songs we choose to sing;...

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January 3, 2021


We'll start the new year off with a brief look at Lamentations and will sing songs about God's covenant and steadfast love for his people. Prelude "O Lord, My Rock and My Redeemer" "His Mercy Is More" "O the Deep, Deep Love" "The Lord Is My Salvation" ...

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December 27, 2020

Christmas 2020

We'll finish the calendar year with songs that put a bow on Christmas either by carol or by songs that I consider "Christmas Adjacent." These are songs that speak to the incarnation and our hope, peace, and response in light of it. "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" "He Who Is Mighty" "Let Us Adore" Response "From the Squalor" ...

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Advent 4

Advent Peace

We'll put a bow this weekend on our series through the book of Hebrews with a look at the Better Life found in Jesus. It's also the last Sunday of Advent as we prepare to celebrate the birth of Christ! "What Child Is This" "Away In A Manger" "O Holy Night" "All I Have Is Christ" ...

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Advent 3

Advent Faith

We'll continue our study of Hebrews with a look at the Better Kingdom this Sunday. Our candle focus for the day will be on faith. Our songs will be advent/Christmas and point us towards that goal of faith. Prelude "Deliver Us" "Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus" "Angels We Have Heard on High" "The First Noel" Response "Come, Lord Jesus (Even So Come)" ...

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Advent 2

Advent Joy

We'll continue through the season of Advent this week with a focus on songs about Joy. That is also our candle for the morning so we hope you enjoy singing of all the many reasons we have for solid joy in the midst of tribulation. Prelude Once Upon "Hark! the Herald Angels Sing" "Joy Has Dawned" "Joy to the World" ...

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Advent 1

Advent Hope

We'll shift our songs this week toward Advent as we begin the observance of that new season in the church's life. Advent is all about longing, waiting, expectation, and anticipating the birth of our Savior. If you haven't yet, I'd encourage you to sign up for our advent devotions which will be delivered to your email this year as videos from our staff. This Sunday, we'll s...

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Jesus Is Better: Better Assurance


This week is unique. We'll continue through our series on Hebrews with a look at how Jesus provides us with a Better Assurance. It is also the end to the church's liturgical calendar which is entitled, "Christ the King Sunday." We'll marry these two themes together as we look forward to Advent beginning next week. More on that then! For now, we'll sing about how Jesus as K...

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