Worship

Our church assembles on the Lord’s Day (Sunday) in order to offer God public praise (i.e. worship), which is also part of our public witness to the community. This public worship is Trinitarian, directed to God the Father, in the name of God the Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, the Savior of the world, and through the power of God the Holy Spirit.

The activities (or elements) through which our worship is expressed are prayer (including prayers of praise, thanksgiving, confession, illumination, petition, and benediction), sung praise (psalms, hymns, and songs), the reading and preaching of Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, and the administration of the sacraments (baptism and the Lord’s Supper).

Our worship is simple: we pray the Word, sing the Word, read the Word, preach the Word, and receive the “visible Word” in the sacraments.

To view a copy of our congregational guide to Worship, click here.

Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs for this coming Sunday

The following is a list of the songs that will be sung in our worship service this coming Sunday. Clicking on the links in the song titles will provide you the lyrics and sheet music for the songs, as well as an audio link (usually on the left side of the page) where you can listen to the tune/melody of the hymn, psalm, or song.

This listing is provided by the Pastoral Staff for church members and families as a resource in order to better prepare for the upcoming Lord’s Day, as well as for use in private and family devotions.

Morning Worship for November December 17:

Angels We Have Heard On High
Psalm 23 (recording)
What Child Is This
All Praise to God Who Reigns Above


Evening Worship for November December 17:

Once In Royal David’s City
Psalm 48A (tune)
Gentle Mary Laid Her Child
Tell Out, My Soul (sheet music)