Singing

‘Come, let us sing for joy to the Lord’ Ps 95 v 1

Singing the Lord’s praise is a natural response to who He is and what He has done, a heartfelt expression to Him of our adoration and thanksgiving. Ps 13 v 6: ‘I will sing to You O Lord, because you have been good to me’.

As a congregation, we enjoy sung worship each week, drawing on the God-given creativity and Scriptural expression that is found in both worship songs and the church’s strong heritage of hymns, appreciating how the Holy Spirit breathes life through words and music that is both new and old.

Our congregational worship is accompanied by a combination of organ and a wide variety of other instruments, including orchestral and contemporary.

Our musicians and worship leaders are called to be channels of the Holy Spirit, as He extends Christ’s Kingdom in our hearts.

On special occasions, members of the congregation gather as a group of singers to lead others in worship, including at Christmas and Easter, and for weddings and funerals. It is a joy to share such occasions as a worshipping team, proclaiming what the Lord has done and lifting high the precious Name of Jesus.

 

For further information, please contact Pippa and Robin Brown.

 

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