Music in worship...

Music in worship is a form of prayer. The guiding principle for our music is that it helps us draw closer to God.

Most of the music in worship is congregational singing.  We do use songbooks as the shape of our sanctuary does not lend itself to project music or images onto a screen.  We try to avoid the categories of "traditional" or "classical" or "contemporary", as not really very helpful.  Music that is spiritually engaging, well prepared, and well presented is our criterion.

Our music is led from the keyboard - either organ or piano, depending on the musical style.  For special services, we bring in other instruments including guitar, trumpets, trombones, and drums.  Our choir members wear robes until the South Texas heat gets too be too much.  The robes help identify the singers leading worship. 

Last Published: May 22, 2018 9:28 AM
Worship Times

  9:30  Sunday School
10:55  Worship in Sanctuary
  4:30  Children's Fellowship (during the school year)

 

Sermons

October 27 Rev. Allen Mosiman

    Always Being Reformed      

October 20  Rev. Allen Mosiman

     A New Covenant          

October 13   Rev. Allen Mosiman

    Unmerited Grace and Unexpected Gratitude

June 23   Rev. Laura Neely Villarreal 

    Disrupting Norms

 

          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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