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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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Pentecost Sunday 2020


This Sunday is Pentecost so we'll sing about the giving of the Holy Spirit! I won't offer much commentary because all the songs this week will have some explicit references to the giving and work of the Spirit. We'll sing in praise to the Holy Spirit, seeking his help and presence among us, and respond to our call as the Church to go emboldened by his power. Prelude "Spi...

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May 24, 2020


This week, we'll sing about the ascension of Christ and his role now as our intercessor before the Father. What an encouraging truth this is for the believer! Prelude "Magnificent, Marvelous, Matchless Love" This is a new song that we'll eventually learn together as a congregation but will sing as the prelude this week. It's so full of rich text but the one I want to hi...

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May 17, 2020


We'll sing this week about the final theme from our small look at Romans 8 with the truth of glorification. In the Christian sense, this term simply means that one day, we will experience our true and full existence, free from sin, and all the effects of the Fall. Just as God has called, predestined, and justified us, so too can we be assured that by his power, we will be ...

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May 10, 2020


This week we'll sing about the will of the Lord for our lives our sanctification! (1 Thess. 4:3). Many of our songs also intentionally have the theme of hope throughout. As you think about the process of being made progressively more like Christ and conformed more and more into his image, our hope for transformation rests only in the work of God for us and in us. "Christ...

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May 3, 2020


This week, we'll sing about the great truth of justification by grace through faith. This is the doctrine that teaches us that we have been made right before a holy God, not because of our own righteousness, but because of the righteousness of Christ now imputed to us by faith. This was accomplished fully for us in the death and resurrection of Christ that we continue to c...

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April 26, 2020


Over the next 4 weeks, we'll sing of themes either explicitly stated or implied by what is often referred to as the "Golden Chain of Salvation" in Romans 8:29-30. These are the acts of God whereby salvation is accomplished in us. It is a great truth that gives the believer hope that it is God alone who accomplishes salvation in us from start to finish. What assurance we ha...

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April 19, 2020

The cross 3

This week, we'll sing about the cross and what it means to us on this side of Easter. We know that our debt has been paid and the wrath of God has been fully satisfied because Christ died, was buried, and is risen. Prelude "My Worth is Not in What I Own" Each verse ends with the cross in view. Take the first and last verses as good examples to meditate on: "My worth is...

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Easter 2020


"Christ is risen! He is risen indeed!" These beloved words have been echoed through the generations of the church to proclaim the resurrection of our Lord. We will spend the morning singing of the goodness of the resurrection and what it means to us. Prelude "Christ Our Hope in Life and Death" This is a brand new song by the Gettys and some other modern writers. It is...

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Palm Sunday 2020


We are looking forward to starting off Holy Week 2020 this Sunday! Obviously, it'll look different than it has in the past. We, as a worship staff, are trying really hard to think through ways to make things as normal for you as possible. We are also thinking creatively to engage you where you are, knowing that some things you'd be traditionally used to might not translate...

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March 29, 2020


We'll continue worshiping virtually this week as we move through Lent with a look at Sin. Prelude "Psalm 46" We feel as if this is a psalm that has become our banner for this season as a church. We want to sing this to open our time of worship together by proclaiming back to God that he is our Refuge and Strength. "Though oceans roar, you are the Lord of all, the one wh...

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