“Every church has a liturgy, in that it has worship content and a worship form. We form forms, then forms form us.”   – Kevin J. Vanhoozer

In this series, we are exploring the two questions:

  • What do we do when we worship?
  • What does worship do to us?

As we answer these questions, we’ll be going through each part of our worship service, looking at the Biblical basis for each element, and evaluate why we do what we do.  We believe that what we do transforms us as believers in Christ. Each Sunday we are studying a different psalm as we walk through elements of a typical worship service.

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Sermons in this series

Gospel Proclamation (Psalm 103)
January 12, 2020Pastor:Jeff Schultz

Sermon Notes

We all believe some kind of gospel – something that gives us identity, hope, purpose, morality – and we’re all shaped by the gospel we believe. So, every week in worship we remind ourselves of the really good news of what God has done for us in Jesus Christ. Join us as we look at “Gospel Proclamation” from Psalm 103.

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The Call to Worship (Psalm 95:1-7)
January 5, 2020Pastor:Joey Woestman

Sermon Notes

“First we form our forms, then our forms form us.” In other words, every time we gather to worship, what we do in our worship actually shapes us, forms us into a certain kind of worshiper, a specific kind of person. For the next eight weeks, we’ll explore together how our worship shapes us, why we choose the worship forms we choose, and what we (and God) are actually doing when we worship. Join us for our “Transformation” series, “The Call to Worship”, from Psalm 95!

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