We are invited into a worship that is so much more than simply “an hour a week and what we like or don’t like about it” [Ex. 20:2-3, 29:45-46; Ps. 88:9, 145:2; Rom. 8:10-16, 12:1; 2 Cor. 6:16-18].
This orientation asks the question: what if my worship is just too small?
MEETING WITH GOD
With the Bigger lens of worship in place we can deeply value and engage in all that gathered worship is meant to be—nothing less than meeting with God and His people [Rom. 14, 15; 1 Cor. 3:16; Eph. 2:21].
This possibility poses the question: how awake am I to this regular, transformational privilege?
Creative expression that matters in our spiritual journeys is first birthed in a heart set on Jesus and then overflows naturally to everyone and everything around us. [1 Sam. 15:22, 16:7; 2 Chr. 30:13-21; Ps. 51:16-17; Lk. 6:43-45].
This trajectory begs the question: how connected currently is my art to my heart?
As we pursue this kind of worship together, our Worship Arts Ministries engage in Christ Community Church’s three strategy components: gather, connect, and serve.