The Art of True Worship

In Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians he expresses his desire that they be “free from all concern” so that they would have an “undivided devotion to the Lord” (1 Cor 7: 32, 35).  The reality is that despite God having done everything within His power to make Himself available to us, our worship is often, hampered, restricted and even shifted by other concerns than fill our minds and hearts.  Consequently our idea of worship becomes restricted to songs chosen for a Sunday service, rather than what flows out of our lives daily in response to God’s love for us, and indeed our love for Him.  In our new evening series – ‘The Art of True Worship’ we will be exploring the joys and challenges of coming close to God, and what it means to ‘worship well’.  If our worship is a reflection of our heart, then we need to pray that we continue to cultivate an appetite for the things of God, and so increase our “undivided devotion to the Lord”.

The Importance of Preparations - Christiaan Hofstra
Evening Service, Sunday, November 6, 2016
The kind of worshipper God seeks - David Knowles
Evening Service, Sunday, November 13, 2016
Anticipating Resurrection - David Knowles
Morning Service, Sunday, November 20, 2016
Celebrating God by Resting in God - Christiaan Hofstra Download Powerpoint
Evening Service, Sunday, November 27, 2016