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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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February 23, 2020


We'll sing this week about the mercy of the Lord shown to us through the sacrifice of Christ. Prelude "Nothing but the Blood" We want to begin the service explicitly considering this sacrifice. We'll play this hymn as we quiet our hearts and minds before the Lord. The screens will display the first two verses of Psalm 51 for us to consider in preparation for worship. "W...

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February 16, 2020


This week we'll be singing about God's grace. Prelude "Grace Alone" This is a great song (in a Trinitarian form) about the grace of God to us unto salvation. In the verse about the Son, "By your blood, I have redemption and salvation. Lord, you died that I might reap what you have sown. And you rose that I might be a new creation. I am born again by grace and grace alon...

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February 9, 2020

Praise & Adoration

This week, our liturgical focus will be on Praise Adoration. "Sing Praise to God Who Reigns Above" We'll begin the morning with exactly that Praise! "Sing praise to God who reigns above, the God of all creation, the God of power, the God of love, the God of our salvation. With healing balm, my soul is filled and every faithless murmur stilled: To God all praise and glo...

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February 2, 2020


This week, our liturgical focus will be on prayer. Tim Keller in his book entitled,Prayer, speaks of this element of the Christian walk not merely as a conversation between the Christian and the Lord but as a sweet and rich time of communion. Those moments of deep fellowship are what we'll sing about this week. "O God Beyond All Praising" We'll begin the corporate singin...

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January 26, 2020


This week we'll look at the final major theme from Scripture restoration! "Lord Most High" This song is a great way to begin the morning as it sings of the fulfillment of several prophecies from Scripture. Among them, that the knowledge of the glory of the Lord will fill the earth as the waters cover the sea and that one day every knee will bow and tongue will confess t...

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January 19, 2020


We'll look this week at the great truth of redemption purchased in Christ. Prelude "There is a Fountain" The first verse really paints the picture for us this morning. "There is a fountain filled with blood drawn from Immanuel's veins; and sinners, plunged beneath that flood, lose all their guilty stains." "We Believe" We'll begin the corporate singing by a statemen...

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January 12, 2020

The Fall

This week, we'll look at the doctrine of the Fall. We'll pay particular attention to its effects as well as its cure. "Come, Ye Sinners, Poor and Needy" The last verse speaks directly to our condition as well as the readiness of Christ to embrace us: "Come, ye weary, heavy laden, lost and ruined by the Fall; if you tarry till you're better, you will never come at all. I ...

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January 5, 2020


Here are the songs we'll sing to begin the new year. Our liturgical focus will be creation. "O Father, You Are Sovereign" "Our Great God" "O Praise the Name" Anthem "We Exalt Your Name" ...

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December 29, 2019

Light of the World

Here are some of the songs we'll sing about Christ as the "Light of the World." "From the Squalor" "No Other Name" "In Christ Alone" ...

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December 22, 2019

Prince of Peace

It's hard to believe but this Sunday concludes our advent season for 2019. We'll focus this week on peace. Our entire season has featured the usual themes of advent (waiting, longing, etc.) but also with explicit ties to why Christ would be born. He was born to die that we may live! Those two ideas of advent and what it would lead to will be found again this week. Prelude...

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