Worship is our response, both personal and corporate, to God for who He is, and what He has done; expressed in and by the things we say and the way we live.
In this four week series, we explore the power of the gathered worship experience – including why we worship, how we worship, and what happens when we worship.
Phil Le Cheminant Sometimes we carry around so much baggage, we struggle to worship with authenticity. Phil dismantles the cycle of guilt, shame and condemnation, and preaches a message of grace. This is a reason to worship! Experiences in Worship Sun 21 July, 2019
Rachel Clarke, Marie Vibert, Norman Ziruma, Jez Field, Aimee Bond, Merry Bond When we worship, we enter into an encounter with the living God who transforms us by changing our circumstances or altering our perspective. Marie, Merry, Norman, Jez, Rachel and Aimee share six stories of how God has touched them in some way during times of personal or corporate worship. The Power of Worship Sun 28 July, 2019
Jon Jefferson The theme of this week explores the idea that God wants to draw out of us what is already within us. Jon gives a talk in two halves, first looking at how we can engage with worship as a weapon, and secondly recognising that abandoned worship is for my freedom and yours. The Mechanics of Worship Sun 4 August, 2019
Phil Le Cheminant Rounding up this series on worship, Phil takes an 'under-the-bonnet' look at corporate worship, examining things that worship does for us, and the nature of the worship moment we're invited into.