Posted June 19th
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We want to humbly lead people in worship that is both theologically deep and musically excellent.
Worship is the activity we all spend our entire life doing. The question is, to whom or what are we worshiping or ascribing worth?
With All Our Heart, Soul & Might
This section of Deuteronomy 6:4-9 is called the "Shema". It is a declarative statement about the ongoing, focused nature of our worship. We are to worship the one true God and we are to worship Him alone. We are to worship Him with all our heart, soul and might and we are to worship Him throughout our day, in every situation. Our words, actions, attitudes, thoughts and motives should all ascribe worth to Him and Him alone.
Weekend Worship Experience
It is a rallying point. It is a means, not the end.
The corporate worship we experience together every weekend at MISSION is not the main place that worship happens. Our mundane, day-to-day, quiet moments are where worship takes place. The weekends are a time for us to gather and express the continuation of our worship corporately and to exhort one another to continue that ongoing worship. It is a rallying point. It is a means, not the end.
This is the fierce heartbeat behind what we do as a group of worship leaders and musicians here at MISSION. We long to create space for people to connect to God and express their worship to Him freely.
We believe the preaching of God's word and the encouragement to live it, is central to our worship experience. We encourage people to bring their bibles, and follow along with the teaching. You can expect to be taught from the Bible, in a way that is true to the text, relevant to our culture, and inspiring to your soul.
May He receive all of the glory every weekend at MISSION.
May there be none left for any of us.
May every word and melody of praise be spent on Jesus.
This is the worship culture at MISSION.